The initial results are now in for the Six Nations Medical Cannabis Survey. The survey was conducted between December 4th, 2017 and Dec 31st 2017. A full written report concerning survey results will be made available at the January 28th Community Meeting at Yogi's Barn from 1pm-4pm, hosted by Green Health for Six. All graphs … Continue reading Initial results of the Six Nations Cannabis Survey
Wednesday, December 13, 2017 Ohsweken (Six Nations) - Green Health for Six, the first public medical cannabis dispensary on Six Nations territory near Brantford, Ontario, has launched a survey about cannabis use. On December 4th, 2300 copies were mailed out to residents by post, with more being sought online. "I'm trying to get people's input … Continue reading Media Release – Indigenous Dispensary Takes Charge of Cannabis Question With Survey
As you may know, the Canadian government has decided that it will legalize cannabis in July of 2018. This survey was created so that the people of Six Nations can make their voices known on cannabis related issues. A paper version of this survey has been mailed to every home in Six Nations. You can … Continue reading Six Nations Medical Cannabis Survey
Jeff Hawk, of Green Health for Six Nations dispensary speaks about a previous meeting held with Band Council health agencies in which they expressed interest in healing with cannabis and working with indigenous dispensaries. At that initial meeting it was agreed a public community meeting needed to be held – something that Dayle Bomberry, the … Continue reading Jeff Hawk discusses Six Nations cannabis meeting
Jeff Hawk is a Wolf Clan man of the Cayuga nation who was born and raised in Six Nations. Jeff was brought up Longhouse and is a supporter of the Six Nations Confederacy. He has long been involved in standing up for his people’s rights and has recently opened up a medical cannabis dispensary in Six Nations. This is his interview.