Gov’t Bankrolled Pot Store

A federal agency approved a $100,000 subsidy to open a private marijuana store two hundred metres from an elementary school, records show. Bankrolling of a cannabis outlet in the remote village of Carmacks, Yukon was to “benefit Aboriginal people” on a promise one job would be created: “It helps.”

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