Today, Medicine Wheel Natural Healing donated $1000 to the local Alnwick Fire Department in support of their Movemeber campaign to raise funds for prostate cancer research and prevention. Miigwetch to the Alnwick Fire Department for all you do!
When the pandemic started, Alderville First Nation was entirely shut down, and all stores on the territory were completely closed for three months. With the store shuttered, Medicine Wheel had to lay off about 40 employees. All staff members were paid two weeks’ wages, and because the staff were all on payroll, they were eligible for COVID-19 financial support.
On March 4th, 2021, Chief Del Riley, the former President of the National Indian Brotherhood, and a co-author and negotiator of Sections 25 and 35 of the Canadian Constitution, visited Alderville First Nation. Chief Riley was there to tour Medicine Wheel Natural Healing – the first dispensary to open in Alderville – and to see first hand the state of the art cannabis testing and extraction facilities of Red Feather Laboratories.
Published by KawarthaNow.co June 12 2020 Owner and Alderville First Nation member Rob Stevenson will match funds raised from raffle of painting Alderville First Nation’s Medicine Wheel Natural Healing is raising funds in June for the Alderville Women’s Shelter. The cannabis retailer, located at 8986 County Road 45 in Roseneath, is celebrating its third anniversary …
Wednesday, Nov 13th, 2019 | 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM | Wexner-G02, HKS The Social Innovation + Change Initiative is delighted to welcome Rob Stevenson, member of the Bear Clan from the Alderville First Nation and Founder of Medicine Wheel Natural Healing, and Patrick Tomlinson, 2015 Cheng Fellow and MC/MPA 2016, for an interactive conversation on building Indigenous sovereignty through for-profit social …
The Medicine Wheel Natural Healing manager Krista Mattson, Owner Rob Stevenson and Northumberland First Response Medical Training owner Ken Jansen with medical equipment including AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) along with Nalaxone kit for anyone suffering from an overdose along with a epi-pen for people having an allergic reaction.
“This is divisive. In no way shape or form does it promote our First Nations working together. It’s saying, ‘Here are eight licenses. There are 133 First Nations in Ontario. You fight over it,’” Day told Yahoo Finance Canada. “It’s a degrading and deplorable tactic that we have seen time and time again. The provincial government will realize very quickly that we’re not going to take the bait.”