Northern Sask. leaders consider B.C. company pitch to help Indigenous communities sell, produce marijuana – CBC

by pmnationtalk on February 8, 201844 Views

La Loche mayor among community leaders considering health risks, economic benefits

Feb 07, 2018

Indigenous and northern leaders in Saskatchewan are weighing the economic benefits of the marijuana industry with its health risks to decide if they should support retailers and producers in their communities.

A number of First Nations leaders this week met with a B.C. business offering to help them set up cannabis production and retail businesses locally.

RavensQuest BioMed Inc. said it has developed an “Indigenous-centred, end-to-end offering for cannabis production and sale on sovereign land.”
B.C. company offering business advice

RavensQuest held meetings in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert this week.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/saskatchewan-indigenous-first-nations-marijuana-selling-producing-1.4525183

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