Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory pot shop owner speaks out against legal First Nation licences

The Government of Ontario rolled out its list of eight First Nation communities who applied for the first come, first serve cannabis licence.

On July 3rd, the second provincial cannabis retail lottery was announced, this time providing 42 licences to private companies, and 8 to First Nations reserves.

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.

Global News spoke to Mississauga First Nations Chief, Reg Niganobe, and he said that once he and his band council heard of the application for a legal cannabis store licence, they quickly acted and applied.

READ MORE HERE: globalnews.ca/news/5771821/mohawk-pot-shop-owner-first-nation-licences/

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