Province takes Long Plain First Nation to court over on-reserve pot shop

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We’ve always maintained we are a sovereign nation within a sovereign state.” In response to the province’s action in May, the Long Plain First Nation adopted the Long Plain First Nation Cannabis Law, “an expression of the Long Plain First Nation’s inherent right to self-determination, which includes the right to exclusively govern cannabis-related activities on-reserve,” according to a news release from Long Plain First Nation leadership. Long Plain First Nation is set to face off Manitoba’s Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority in court over a dispute regarding the sale of cannabis from an unlicensed dispensary on the Keeshkemaquah Urban Reserve, near Portage la Prairie. In light of all that though, the province is taking a hard-line approach. This two-time cancer survivor has been waiting more than four months to receive a government exemption for psilocybin therapy Canadian healthcare workers are taking magic mushrooms for training purposes. It was terminated fully a month later.

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Long Plain First Nation is set to face off Manitoba’s Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority in court over a dispute regarding the sale of cannabis from an unlicensed dispensary on the Keeshkemaquah Urban Reserve, near Portage la Prairie.

The province filed a lawsuit late last week seeking an interim and permanent injunction to force the shutdown of cannabis dispensary Indigenous Bloom, described on the company website as a “co-operative...

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