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Canna Clinic Queen Street Location Raided October 11th: 12 Facing Charges

Police report: Marijuana dispensary search warrant executed, 491 Queen Street West, 12 people facing drug-related charges Broadcast time: 09:13 Wednesday, October 12, 2016 14 Division 416-808-1400 Case #: 2016-1808852 The Toronto Police Service would like to make the public aware of arrests in a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act investigation. On Tuesday, October 11, 2016, at 6 p.m., officers executed ...

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Cannabis Dispensary Leaders Air Concerns Over Pot Shop Privacy Breach

Article by Dan Fumano, Vancouver Sun Leaders in B.C.’s retail marijuana industry responded with concerns Tuesday to news of a privacy breach involving the website of a Vancouver pot dispensary. After news broke Tuesday that patients’ personal and medical records had been publicly accessible through the website of an East Vancouver pot shop, the head of Canada’s dispensary industry association said such privacy breaches are serious concerns, ...

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Pot Pop-Up Offering Marijuana and Edibles for ‘Donation’ on East Vancouver Street Corner

Article by John Colebourn and Brian Morton, Vancouver Sun “We’re here, we’re high and we aren’t going away.” With those words, pot-purveyor Bruce Myers explains the sudden emergence of a marijuana dispensary operating like an old-fashioned fruit stand on the southeast corner of Renfrew and Hastings streets in East Vancouver. Myers, 55, of Surrey said the pop-up pot tent and ...

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Supreme Court to Rule if Police Opinions About Whether a Driver is High Should Count as Expert Evidence

Article by Ian MacLeod, Ottawa Citizen via National Post A dispute over the admissibility of police “opinions” at drugged-driving trials lands at the Supreme Court of Canada Thursday in a case spotlighting an emerging legal dilemma over the hazy science of marijuana impairment. With federal legislation to legalize recreational marijuana use expected next spring, the case of Carson Bingley of ...

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Legalised Pot Set to Spark New Joint Ventures in Canada

Article by South China Morning Post The Canadian federal government’s legalisation of marijuana for recreational use is still months away, but already a nascent cannabis industry is experiencing some of the exuberance the dot-com sector must have felt in the mid-1990s. This week’s International Cannabis Business Conference will be the third marijuana conference held in Vancouver in the span of ...

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International Cannabis Business Conference Comes to Vancouver, ‘One of the Cannabis Capitals of the World’

Article by Dan Fumano, Vancouver Sun At Vancouver’s next big weed get-together, you can expect less tie-dye and more suit-and-tie. Organizers of the International Cannabis Business Conference this week at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Vancouver expect a crowd of 650 or more to attend over Thursday and Friday. And with tickets to attend the conference running upwards of $600 each, the event might have more of a corporate ...

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4,000 Illegal Marijuana Plants Seized from Health Canada Licensed Grow-Op in Ontario

Article by Adam Miller, Global News Police in the Niagara Region say Health Canada medical marijuana licences are being used to hide illegal grow-ops, after 18 people were arrested and more than 4,000 plants seized in three raids. Niagara Regional Police investigated over the past 13 months and executed three search warrants at 1651 Lakeshore Road in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. Eighteen people were ...

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Pemberton Faces Pot Predicament

Article by Megan Lalonde, Whistler Question A request sent to the Village of Pemberton (VOP) council has presented officials with a hot topic for debate. In a letter presented at the VOP’s Oct. 4 council meeting, Joseph Le asked officials to consider amending the VOP zoning bylaw governing the licensing of businesses to allow for medial cannabis dispensaries to open ...

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Victoria Fines First Pot Shop Under New Licensing Regime

Article by Katie Derosa, Vancouver Sun A pot shop has been given the first fine under the City of Victoria’s new rules aimed at marijuana retailers, and it plans to fight the penalty. Green Ceiling was fined $500 on Friday for allowing cannabis consumption on site, which is contrary to the business licensing requirements that took effect on Sept. 23. ...

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