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The first annual indigenous Cannabis Cup is the brainchild of Smoke Signals Tyendinaga owner Jamie Kunkel, and the fact that it is happening in Tyendinaga is due to the rapid growth and expansion of the indigenous cannabis movement in that community.

The gathering is occurring in the context of Canada’s impending legalization of the cannabis plant in the summer of 2018, and indigenous people involved in the cannabis industry are looking to self-determine their own relationship to the plant.


Date: MAY 18-21