Six Nations Cannabis Commission board member fees haven’t dropped despite hiring staff

By Lynda Powless Editor SIX NATIONS OF THE GRAND RIVER- The  Six Nations Cannabis Commission continues to budget a large amount to pay Commissioner for administration fees and some Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) councillors are questioning why. At the same time the SNCC has refused to make the 2025 budget publically available.  SNEC approved the Six Nations Cannabis Commission’s (SNCC) 2025 budget at the SNEC’s general finance meeting April 15th  but with the condition that it comes back to SNEC with a reason for the $81,496 it has budgeted to pay Commissioners for administration fees.  SNCC has in addition to not making the 2025 budget publicly available it has not disclosed the total amount of it’s budget.  Kathy Mair, chief commissioner, told SNEC the administration fees paid to commissioners began…

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