The City of Williams Lake has launched a public survey seeking feedback on Williams Lake First Nation’s Sugar Cane Cannabis project, which WLFN held a groundbreaking ceremony on Monday, June 22. (Submitted photo)

Williams Lake launches survey about Williams Lake First Nation farm-to-gate cannabis facility

The online survey is available on the City’s website

An online survey from the City of Williams Lake asking for public feedback about the Williams Lake First Nation (WLFN) cannabis farm-to-gate cultivation facility being built on reserves lands within City limits was made available Friday, June 26.

In the survey, the City noted the site of the facility is outside of the City’s jurisdiction and the survey replaces the traditional public hearing process required for development applications.

Results will be used to guide the City on future land use management within City limits.

Respondents are being asked to keep answers in the survey civil and respectful.

On Monday, June 22, WLFN held a groundbreaking ceremony at the site on Mackenzie Avenue South where Sugar Cane Cannabis will be built.

Lauren Brothers Construction is building the 7,000 square-foot facility.

The City’s survey will be available for 30 days.

Read more: B.C. Interior First Nation breaks ground on farm-to-gate cannabis cultivation facility



news@wltribune.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

cannabisWilliams Lake

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Students, athletes recognized with awards for achievements at Columneetza

Lake City secondary’s Columneetza Campus handed out its end-of-year awards recently

EDITORIAL: Coronavirus limits the right medicine

Opening up the economy a risk with cases overall still not under control

BCWS plans for woody debris burning in Esler area near Williams Lake

The debris is from wildfire risk reduction work

FOREST INK: Using observations until detailed results are available

Reliable test results often includes thousands of subjects and many years of observations.

Williams Lake RCMP seek assistance locating missing youth

Angel Emile has not been seen since Monday, July 7

B.C. sees 25 new COVID-19 cases, community exposure tracked

One death, outbreaks remain in two long-term care facilities

BREAKING: Amber Alert for two Quebec girls cancelled after bodies found

Romy Carpentier, 6, Norah Carpentier, 11, and their father, Martin Carpentier, missing since Wednesday

B.C. man prepares to be first to receive double-hand transplant in Canada

After the surgery, transplant patients face a long recovery

Grocers appear before MPs to explain decision to cut pandemic pay

Executives from three of Canada’s largest grocery chains have defended their decision to end temporary wage increases

Bringing support to Indigenous students and communities, while fulfilling a dream

Mitacs is a nonprofit organization that operates research and training programs

Northern B.C. First Nations call for reversal of grizzly bear hunting ban

Growing grizzly populations have led to fewer ungulates and increased fear of attacks says Chad Day

RCMP ‘disappointed’ by talk that race a factor in quiet Rideau Hall arrest

Corey Hurren, who is from Manitoba, is facing 22 charges

NHL’s Canadian hubs offer little economic benefit, but morale boost is valuable: experts

Games are slated to start Aug. 1 with six Canadian teams qualifying for the 24-team resumption of play

‘Made in the Cowichan Valley’ coming to a wine bottle near you

Cowichan Valley has the honour of being the first sub-GI outside of the Okanagan

Most Read