Canadian medical cannabis grower partners with First Nations leader

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Cronos Group, which owns two federally licensed medical marijuana growers in Canada, is partnering with the former national chief of the Assembly of First Nations, Phil Fontaine, with the aim of bringing MMJ products and jobs to indigenous communities across the country.

The former First Nations leader and Cronos, formerly known as PharmaCan Capital Corp., have launched Indigenous Roots, a medical marijuana company Fontaine will lead. It will work with First Nations communities, which are made up of various Aboriginal Canadians who are not Inuit or Métis. The Assembly of First Nations is a political group that represents about

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