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Cannabis stores to be built on Manitoba First Nations lands – CBC

Stores will be staffed by First Nations band members trained by NAC experts

Dec 15, 2017

Three Manitoba First Nations are joining forces to help establish a cannabis distribution network in the province.

Opaskwayak Cree Nation, Long Plain First Nation, and Peguis First Nation are banding together with National Access Cannabis, a health-care service provider that helps patients access medical cannabis through a licensed producer.

Through the partnership, they will build and operate a network of recreational cannabis stores on First Nation land.

The locations will be staffed by First Nations band members trained by NAC “to ensure safe and secure distribution of legal cannabis,” states a news release from NAC.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/first-nations-cannabis-distribution-network-1.4450165

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