Toronto Police comment on Thursday raids

Article by David Shum, Global News Police Chief Mark Saunders said four dispensaries were targeted on Thursday as part of an investigation nicknamed Project Claudia. “We’re going to continue. If you have dispensaries and they are open, your chances of going to court and being charged and being convicted are very high,” Saunders said on Thursday. “So I strongly recommend that ...

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BREAKING NEWS: Second Round of Toronto Dispensary Raids

Canna Clinic Dispensary

BREAKING NEW: A second round of Police Raids have taken place in Toronto. It is unsure how many store have been raided and many have closed their doors in response. More information will be provided very soon to keep you up to date. So far we know Cannabis Culture (Queen West), Pure Releaf, Green Room Society and Canna Clinic (Broadview ...

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Queen St. cannabis dispensary raided by Toronto police

Toronto Police Raid

Article by Michael Robinson, Toronto Star Cannabis Culture, a dispensary in the downtown core, was raided by Toronto police at around 1 p.m. Thursday afternoon. Three officers were seen escorting three people—two woman and one man—from the premises, at 801 Queen St. W. Alex Morris, a witness, said two plainclothes officers entered the dispensary. They were seen searching the inside. ...

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Charlottetown Company Squeezes Out Deal to Extract Cannabis Oil

Article by Nancy Russell, CBC News When Canada’s medical marijuana laws changed, cannabis oil became legal and new opportunities opened up. A new P.E.I.-based business is putting the squeeze on cannabis — literally. Charlottetown’s Advanced Extraction Systems Inc. has just sealed a deal with Canopy Growth, a medical marijuana company based out of Smiths Falls, Ont., to provide the equipment ...

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New Service to Help P.E.I. Vets Access Medical Marijuana

Article by Brian Higgins, CBC News ‘We’re trying to break down the stigma. This is medicine. We need it’. A new office is set to open in Charlottetown next month offering military veterans advice and assistance in legally obtaining medical marijauna. The office will be located in the Kirkwood Mews strip mall on University Avenue. Dennis MacKenzie, a veteran of ...

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Learning from beer and wine in selling marijuana

Article by Martin Regg Cohn, The Toronto Star In our haste to decriminalize marijuana, we have opened up a regulatory vacuum that looks increasingly dopey. There is a hallucinatory quality to the way intoxicating substances are bought and sold in Ontario these days. Choose your alcoholic poison — beer, wine, spirits — mindful that robust government regulation (not to mention ...

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Courts drop most pot possession charges laid by Hamilton police

Article by Adam Carter, CBC News Courts attempted to divert criminal charges 83% of the time, yet police enforcement is way up. Most marijuana possession charges laid by Hamilton police last year were dropped by the courts — even as police enforcement skyrockets and investigators continue to crack down on the city’s pot smokers. The courts have show little interest in ...

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Weed sales should be restricted to LCBO: Wynne

Article by Robert Benzie, Toronto Star   Ontario task force is looking at how to limit recreational marijuana retailing to the government’s 650 LCBO outlets. Ensuring recreational marijuana sales are restricted to the LCBO is a key priority for Ontario as the legalization of weed looms, says Premier Kathleen Wynne. Speaking to reporters Tuesday at Queen’s Park, Wynne lamented that ...

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Bill Blair holds ‘behind the scenes’ talks with pot-shop advocates

Bill Blair, the federal government’s lead on legalizing marijuana, has been quietly meeting with advocates for the illegal pot shops springing up across the country, hearing their arguments for how regulating the sector could help eliminate the black market. Mr. Blair blasted dispensary operators at a recent conference as reckless profiteers “who don’t care about the law, who don’t care about regulations, ...

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