Indigenous leaders raise concerns over impact of legal marijuana on First Nations communities
OTTAWA – Indigenous leaders looking at the prospect of legalized marijuana in Canada say they don’t see a route to riches, but rather a serious risk that the black market in pot will set it’s sights on their vulnerable communities.
Isadore Day, the Ontario regional chief of the Assembly of First Nations, said Tuesday he fears for Indigenous community safety because the federal government is moving too quickly with its plans to legalize pot by July 2018.
December 13, 2017 By Toronto Star
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