Six Nations People’s Cannabis Coalition announces official opening of five self-regulated cannabis stores in Six Nations

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SIX NATIONS – In the hot mess that is the Six Nations cannabis industry, the Six Nations People’s Cannabis Coalition (SNPCC) continues to move forward despite Elected Council going nowhere on the cannabis file. The Coalition – created by grassroots Six Nations people operating their businesses on a sovereign Indigenous basis – has been meeting publicly for the past two years on a regular basis and has created a voluntary “Cannabis Agreement” for participating businesses to regulate the industry, and has also set up a bank account to collect donations to give back to the community. 

Four of the stores registered by the Six Nations People’s Cannabis Coalition

On October 14th, the SNPCC announced that five currently open dispensaries have agreed to uphold the Six Nations People’s Cannabis Coalition’s Cannabis Agreement, Interim Agreement, and to contribute to the community fund. These businesses are:

Green Cross 6N 3461 Fourth Line Rd. (between Hwy 6 and Cayuga Rd). Hours: 10 am to 8pm. Phone: 519-770-8052

High on a Hill 138 Seneca Rd. (between 1st Line and 2nd Line). Hours: 11am to 7pm. Phone: 226-920-5526

Kultured 395 3rd Line W. Hours: 9am to 10pm. Phone: 519-732-1420.

M and Jae’s 1722 Seneca Rd. (between 4th Line and 5th line). Hours: 10am to 8pm. Phone: 298-322-0296.

King of Bud 1 2851 6th Line (corner of 6th line and Onondaga Rd). Hours: Sundays 10 am to 6pm. Mon-Thurs 12pm to 8pm, Friday 12 pm to 9pm, Saturday 10am to 9pm, Phone: 289-339-8647.

King of Bud 2 490 1st Line Hours: Sundays 10 am to 6pm, Mon-Thurs 12pm to 8pm, Friday 12pm to 9 pm, Saturday 10am to 9. Phone: 289-921-0079

These dispensaries are now open and operating. The contributions of the various stores back to the community can be viewed through the “live balance” published by the Coalition on its website to ensure transparency and accountability. Despite a history of violent raids on cannabis dispensaries in Six Nations, stores continue to operate. Most recently, all charges that were laid against the owners and staff of Green Cross 6N were dropped. 

The Six Nations People’s Cannabis Coalition continues to meet in Ohsweken at the Old Council house. For more information about the group or to get involved, join their mailing list.

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