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Toronto Police Raid 5 Cannabis Dispensaries as Retail Locations Still Not Permitted

Toronto police raid 5 marijuana dispensaries as retail locations still not permitted By Nick Westoll WATCH: Toronto Police Service’s Drug Squad went from one illegal dispensary to another Friday, handing out search warrants and confiscating cannabis. Kamil Karamali reports.

Article by Nick Westoll, Global News Just two days after cannabis was legalized across Canada, Toronto police say drug squad officers raided five marijuana dispensaries across the city Friday afternoon. “Just as before Oct. 17, we are enforcing the laws and we are continuing to do so. Anybody who remains open is to do so at their own risk,” spokesperson Gary Long told Global News ...

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Canada Is Already Experiencing Legal Recreational Cannabis Shortages

Canada Is Already Experiencing Cannabis Shortages The first day of legalization saw both brick and mortar and online stores selling out quick as Canadians tried to get their hands on legal bud. Photo via John Woods/Canadian Press.

Article by Mack Lamoureux, Vice News Canadians loved their legal weed so much that many stores ran out of stock of the first day of legalized cannabis and no one is sure when the shortages will end. Across the country, smokers of all pedigrees (including one brilliant dude named Tim) either logged onto a website or waited for hours outside a store to get their ...

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Toronto Police Say Don’t Snitch on Legal Cannabis Users

Toronto police say don't snitch on legal cannabis users A Toronto Police Service ad aimed at stopping people from calling 9-1-1 on cannabis users. (TPS)

Article by CTV News Among the beneficiaries of legalized pot may be an unlikely group: 9-1-1 call operators. With the legalization of recreational cannabis, there are fewer reasons to “snitch” on marijuana users and the Toronto Police Service is well aware of that fact. The service has launched a new ad campaign against trivial non-emergencies called “Do not call 9-1-1,” ...

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If Canada Post Goes on Strike Monday, How Will You Get Cannabis in Ontario?

If Canada Post goes on strike Monday, how will you get pot in Ontario? Online sales all that are available in this province The union representing 50,000 Canada Post employees said rotating strikes will begin Monday if agreements aren't reached.Canadian Post

Article by Canadian Press via Financial Post The Canadian Union of Postal Workers said Tuesday it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off the job as early as next week. The union representing 50,000 Canada Post employees said rotating strikes will begin Monday if agreements aren’t reached with the Urban Postal Operations and Rural and ...

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Some Toronto Dispensaries Remain Open as Cannabis is Legalized

Some Toronto dispensaries remain open as pot is legalized By Ian Bickis The Canadian Press WATCH ABOVE: Celebrations and reactions in the city as pot has now been legalized across the country. Tom Hayes was there to see what people had to say.

Article by Ian Bickis, The Canadian Press via Global News As tens of thousand of Ontarians purchased cannabis through a government website on Wednesday, some users in Toronto preferred getting their pot from unlicensed dispensaries that remained open despite the threat of criminal prosecution. It was business as usual at 1Tonamara, an illegal pot shop located in the city’s downtown, ...

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How Much Does Legal Weed Cost in Ontario? As Little as $7.50 a Gram

How much does legal weed cost in Ontario? As little as $7.50 a gram JACQUIE MILLER How to buy legal Ontario weed online in 7 steps

Article by Jacquie Miller, Ottawa Citizen The weed at Ontario’s online government store starts at $7.50 a gram. Ontario began the era of legal recreational weed Wednesday with a web store that offered more than 80 cannabis products from a wide variety of Canadian cannabis producers. And the lowest prices at the Ontario Cannabis Store are competitive with the dealers and ...

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Why Is Leafly Removing Unlicensed Canadian Cannabis Businesses?

Why Is Leafly Removing Unlicensed Canadian Cannabis Businesses? LEAFLY CANADA STAFF (Dan Newman/Unsplash)

Article by Leafly When Canada’s nationwide recreational cannabis market goes live on Oct. 17, Leafly will no longer list unlicensed cannabis companies, including retail stores and delivery services. The Canadian government prohibits the advertising of unlicensed cannabis sales. A key piece of Leafly’s mission is to help people find cannabis, so removing these businesses isn’t a move we take lightly. ...

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Legalizing Cannabis is About Politics — and Big Business

Legalizing pot is about politics — and big business By THOMAS WALKOMNational Affairs Columnist A flowering cannabis plant at the Hexo Corp. facility in Masson Angers, Que. (ADRIAN WYLD / THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Article by Thomas Walkom, The Star Cannabis becomes legal in Canada on Wednesday. Here are five things to keep in mind. First, at one level this is a non-event. For the average Canadian, legalizing marijuana and its derivatives is somewhat more momentous than legalizing broccoli. But not that much more. As anyone who lives near a high school can attest, ...

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10 Things to Know About Legal Cannabis in Toronto

Article by Toronto.com 1. You will only be able to order marijuana online from a government website beginning Oct. 17. It will be available from the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS), which will launch its official website on Oct. 17. 2. You must be 19 or older to buy and use marijuana in Ontario, the same age required for alcohol. 3. Cannabis will not ...

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