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“This is a unique opportunity. This sector is different than any other the Indigenous community has experienced. Everyone is starting off at the same point,” says former national chief of the Assembly of First Nations Phil Fontaine. (CBC) Canada’s marijuana industry is expanding rapidly and some First Nations are looking to cash in on the emerging economic opportunities. Phil Fontaine, an Indigenous politician turned marijuana executive, has spent the last year travelling the country and talking to First Nations people about the jobs, wealth, and training opportunities the burgeoning marijuana business could bring. “Everywhere we’ve been, it’s been the same reaction:┬áinterest, excitement. First Nations communities look to marijuana industry for economic opportunities

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