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National Access Cannabis Establishes Limited Partnership with Opaskwayak Cree Nation and Two Other First Nations

Last Week, National Access Cannabis entered a limited partnership agreement with Opaskwayak Cree Nation and two other Manitoba First Nations to establish a retail recreational cannabis distribution network in Manitoba once the drug becomes legal. A partnership has also been established in Long Plain First Nation and Peguis First Nation.


National Access Cannabis CEO Mark Goliger stated in a news release that This partnership will not only support Manitoba’s indigenous first nations but also the province, in meeting obligations to provide Manitobans access to safe and legal cannabis.


NAC in partnership with the First Nations intends to build and operate a network of recreational cannabis stores on the First Nations owned land when they are legally permitted to do so.

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