“I was always interested in cannabis and the science behind it, but I never thought I could make a career out of it. Now, I have my dream job, and I didn’t have to leave my people,” said Jordan Brant.
According to the Chief, Mississauga First Nation band council will run the single shop in the community.
Unlike Mississauga First Nation, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory has several dispensaries that are already producing cannabis products at an astounding rate — but for Barnhart, he asks why his community would open their flourishing industry to the government.
In part, it read, “the government continues to engage with First Nations interested in developing their own approaches to cannabis to identify how the government can best support efforts by these communities to promote public safety and legal access to cannabis.”
Now, the Alcohol Gaming Commission of Ontario is releasing the locations and names of those who got to the front of the line when applying.
OPP say around 11 p.m., police stopped a vehicle that was speeding in the westbound lanes of the highway.
OPP say they confiscated several types of cannabis products during a traffic stop on Highway 401 in Tyendinaga Township on Saturday.
Police charged 35-year-old Trong Luong Do of Markham with:
According to OPP, the driver was travelling with five kilograms of illegal cannabis products, $1,400 in cash and a debit machine.
The driver was released on an undertaking and is scheduled to appear at a Napanee court on Nov. 3.
Brad Roach spoke to Quinte News following Monday night’s council meeting, where marijuana grow ops were front and centre.
Air quality, proper zoning, setbacks from other buildings (homes, schools, place of worship), and building permits are all part of the focus.
Councils across the province want to be working with the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons, the OPP, and the federal and provincial governments, to come up with guidelines for municipalities.
Roach says the municipality’s goal is to have some regulation over where and what is being built.
Wolfe Island Cannabis, would grow marijuana in an 8,600 square foot facility, with a small 800 square foot addition and would have between 10 and 40 employees.