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Police Battle With Illegal Cannabis Dispensaries Over ‘Sidewalk Sales’

Police battle with illegal cannabis dispensaries over 'sidewalk sales' Crowd gathers outside closed cannabis store Despite concrete barriers blocking access to the dispensary on Harbord Street, the business appears to be operating. Codi Wilson, CTV News Toronto

Article by Codi Wilson, CTV News Toronto The Toronto Police Service’s battle with illegal cannabis dispensaries continues this weekend after police say customers are gathering for “sidewalk sales” outside shuttered shops. Four illegal dispensaries operating under the CAFE name have been raided this week and in order to keep staff from reopening the shops, police have placed concrete blocks outside ...

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Officers Raid ‘Illegal Cannabis Retailer’ in Cambridge: OPP

Kitchener-Waterloo Officers raid 'illegal cannabis retailer' in Cambridge: OPP Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Ontario Provincial Police say they arrested 3 people during the raid CBC News Ontario Provincial Police say they raided a cannabis retailer in Cambridge and arrested three people this week. (CBC)

Article by CBC News Ontario Provincial Police say they raided what they’re calling an illegal cannabis retailer in Cambridge and arrested three people this week. OPP revealed the arrests on Friday, but say the raid was carried out on Wednesday. Officers executed a search warrant and seized cannabis, cash and business records. Three people, including a 51-year-old Hamilton man and ...

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Retail Cannabis Company Wants to See Store Open in Kitchener

Kitchener-Waterloo Retail cannabis company wants to see store open in Kitchener Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn Ontario Cannabis Holding hopes to team up with hopeful pot retailers CBC News Ontario Cannabis Holding wants to do business with the winner of a cannabis retail licence to ensure a shop opens in Kitchener-Waterloo. (Chris Young

Article by CBC News A cannabis retail advisor wants to team up with the cannabis lottery licence hopefuls in Kitchener-Waterloo to ensure a store opens in the area. Ontario Cannabis Holdings (OCH) has helped other locations including Central Cannabis in London and locations in Alberta set up shop. Jon Conquergood, the CEO of OCH said they will work with the licensee ...

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Entrance to Illegal Toronto Weed Dispensary Blocked Again as Cat-and-Mouse Game Continues

Entrance to illegal pot dispensary blocked again as cat-and-mouse game continues Gilbert Ngabo By Gilbert Ngabo The City of Toronto put back up the concrete blocks to block the entrance of the CAFE pot shop at 104 Harbord St. on Friday. A day earlier, the blocks had been removed and the shop resumed business. GILBERT NGABO / TORONTO STAR

Article by Gilbert Ngabo, Toronto Star The standoff between the City of Toronto and one cannabis chain operator rages on. Earlier this week, bylaw enforcement officers placed large concrete blocks in front of entrances at four CAFE shops across the city. On Thursday, the barriers were removed at the 104 Harbord St. location, and the shop resumed business. The reopening was ...

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Entrance to Unlicensed Dispensary Blocked Again as Battle to Keep Illegal Shop Closed Continues

Entrance to unlicensed dispensary blocked again as battle to keep illegal shop closed continues Concrete blocks ate shown outside the entrance to an unlicensed cannabis dispensary on Harbord Street on Friday afternoon. (Leena Latafat) Chris Fox, CP24.com Concrete blocks ate shown outside the entrance to an unlicensed cannabis dispensary on Harbord Street on Friday afternoon.

Article by Chris Fox, CP24.com The city has stacked large concrete blocks outside the entrance to an unlicensed cannabis dispensary on Harbord Street for the second time this week. The makeshift barriers were initially placed outside the CAFE dispensary at 104 Harbord Street on Wednesday following a raid but on Thursday they were gone and the illegal shop was back ...

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Who’s Really Behind Toronto’s Chain of Illegal Cannabis Dispensaries That Won’t Quit?

Toronto·CBC Investigates Who's really behind Toronto's chain of illegal pot shops that won't quit? Social Sharing Facebook Twitter Email Reddit LinkedIn CAFE's backers have included a notorious counterfeiter and a Lamborghini-driving ex-wrestling champ Zach Dubinsky, Lisa Mayor · CBC News One of the storefronts of the Toronto-based CAFE, a chain of unlicensed cannabis dispensaries, was raided and shut down last week — a regular occurrence for the business. It reopened within hours. (CBC) City workers placed huge slabs of concrete in front of CAFE's flagship location on Thursday to try to bar entry — just the latest in a cat-and-mouse game between law enforcement and the chain of pot cafés. (CBC) CAFE's outlets boast airy and bright interiors. The main areas look and function just like a coffee shop, while the rooms for marijuana purchases are upstairs or in back. (Instagram) CAFE co-founder Jon Galvano's Instagram posts include photos of his Lamborghini Huracan, above, and a trip to Cambodia, where he fired automatic weapons and a rocket-propelled grenade launcher. (j.galvano/Instagram) Galvano posted on Instagram about sitting courtside to watch the Toronto Raptors in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals, with his 'lifelong friend,' Wes Weber. (jon_bilzeri_aint/Instagram)Galvano and Weber are seen 'flying to a meeting in Windsor' in a photo posted to Galvano's Instagram feed. (j.galvano/Instagram) Weber delivered remarks to Toronto city councillors in September 2017 as they contemplated cannabis regulations. He used the name 'Jeff Murray.' (Toronto City Council/YouTube)

Article by Zach Dubinsky and Lisa Mayor, CBC News Amid scuffles and some shouting, a familiar scene played out in downtown Toronto last week. Law enforcement descended on an unlicensed cannabis café, seized a few pounds of dried bud and edibles, posted closure orders and tried to seal the place up. Then this past Wednesday and Thursday, officers had giant concrete slabs ...

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Illegal Cannabis Dispensary Reopens After Toronto Walls Off Entrance With Concrete Blocks

Illegal cannabis dispensary reopens after Toronto walls off entrance with concrete blocks Gilbert Ngabo By Gilbert Ngabo

Article by Gilbert Ngabo, Toronto Star After the city took the unusual step of physically barring entry to four illegal cannabis dispensaries, one location has reopened — the hefty concrete blocks now stacked neatly beside the building. Late Wednesday and early Thursday, workers from the city’s Municipal Licensing and Standards (MLS) department placed the blocks in front of the doors ...

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Cement Blocks Installed at 2 More CAFE Locations

Cement blocks installed at 2 more CAFE locations Another day another despotic move by @TorontosMayor @cityoftoronto Municipal Standards Officers and @TorontoPolice at CAFE 1381 St. Clair Are. W. today. The PSB in China would have approved #Fakelegalization #NewProhibition #TOpoli #ontpoli #Cannabis #compassion #iamcafe #lawyer Same at Bloor and Ossington this am. Here, they actually got the blocks inside!

Article by CityNews Cement blocks have gone up at two more CAFE locations, a day after similar blocks went up at the dispensary’s location in CityPlace. On Thursday, the entrance to the shop on St. Clair Avenue West, near Lansdowne Avenue, was blocked. One person on Twitter said the same thing happened at the location on Bloor Street West near Ossington ...

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What Ontario’s Cannabis Lottery Looks Like From the Inside

Grow Business What Ontario's cannabis lottery looks like from the inside Peter Smith

Article by Peter Smith, Daily Hive Ontario opened its cannabis storefronts later than most other provinces, when the election of Doug Ford in 2018 resulted in an overhaul of the planned system. Instead of public stores, run by dedicated crown-owned cannabis retailers, the Progressive Conservative Party decided instead to allow for a free market system of stores, owned and operated ...

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Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie Says ‘Not Now’ on Retail Cannabis

Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie says 'not now' on retail cannabis More control over cannabis shop locations needed for city to opt in, mayor says NEWS 04:00 AM by Steve Cornwell Mississauga News Mayor Crombie said she isn't likely to support cannabis shops until cities have more control over where they're located. - Bryon Johnson/Metroland

Article by Steve Cornwell, Mississauga News Those hoping for retail cannabis shops to arrive in Mississauga will have to wait a while longer. The Ford government announced a lottery for 50 new cannabis stores this month, and Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie said until Ontario permits municipalities more control over where the stores are located, the city won’t allow them. Municipalities can’t impose location ...

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