Toronto Marijuana Cafe Raided by Police; Good Weeds Owners Face Trafficking, Possession Charges

Article by Alexandra Heck, National Post

Toronto marijuana cafe raided by police; Good Weeds owners face trafficking, possession charges

Two people face multiple charges for drug trafficking and possession after Toronto police raided a Danforth Avenue marijuana cafe and vape lounge.

Christopher and Erin Goodwin, owners of the Good Weeds Vapor Lounge on Danforth near Donlands Avenue, were arrested Thursday evening at the cafe. Their business, one of the first of its kind in Canada, sold marijuana, cannabis resins and extracts, which could be used in vaporizers at the cafe.

The lounge, which opened on Christmas Eve, is part of the Good Weeds chain, which has numerous locations in B.C. and another Toronto location on College Street.

Jaime McConnell was one of about 15 to 20 customers in the cafe on Thursday when, he said, “six drug squad and about six uniforms walked in the front door.”

 The police executed a search warrant, questioned customers and handcuffed the Goodwins and McConnell, all of whom were behind the bar. They took the Goodwins into custody, but released McConnell without charge.

Cst. Caroline de Kloet said the search warrant was the result of “a community complaint that led officers to this location.”

In an emailed response de Kloet later wrote, “Medical Marijuana Dispensaries are not legal.”

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