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Customers Flock Back to Illegal Cannabis Dispensaries in Ottawa

Customers flock back to illegal marijuana dispensaries in Ottawa JACQUIE MILLER Capital Buds marijuana dispensary on Churchill Avenue closed for a morning on Oct. 17, but re-opened and was still open on Saturday. JACQUIE MILLER / PORTMEDIA

Article by Jacquie Miller, Ottawa Citizen Adam Brett says he plans to try Ontario’s online cannabis store, but not until the kinks are worked out. The 23-year-old said his roommate had ordered from the online Ontario Cannabis Store in the wee hours of weed legalization on Wednesday, but as of Saturday was still waiting for his order to arrive. “Overall, ...

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Toronto Police Raid Five Cannabis Dispensaries Friday, Days After Legalization

Police raid five illegal dispensaries in Toronto Police raided five illegal cannabis dispensaries in Toronto on Friday, charging eight people. Chris Herhalt, CP24.com

Article by Chris Herhalt, CP24 Toronto police raided five illegal cannabis dispensaries operating across the city Friday, two days after recreational cannabis use was made legal across the country. Toronto police spokesperson Gary Long said dispensaries located at 66 Fort York Boulevard, 333 Spadina Avenue, 912 Danforth Avenue, 1506 Dundas Street West and 2655 Lawrence Avenue East were the subject ...

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Cannabis Legalization: Drug-Impaired Driving Charges Could Lead to Court Backlog

Cannabis legalization: Drug-impaired charges could lead to court backlog BY MICHAEL MACDONALD, THE CANADIAN PRESS Marijuana joints rolled with Canadian-themed paper are photographed at a "Wake and Bake" legalized marijuana event in Toronto on Wednesday, October 17, 2018. Canada's decision to legalize cannabis will create a backlog in the courts as those charged with driving while drug-impaired are sure to launch a wave of legal challenges, a lawyer who specializes in impaired driving cases says.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Christopher Katsarov

Article by Michael MacDonald, The Canadian Press via City News Canada’s decision to legalize cannabis will create a backlog in the courts as those charged with driving while drug-impaired are sure to launch a wave of legal challenges, a lawyer who specializes in impaired driving cases says. Tom Singleton, who has practised criminal law for 25 years in Halifax, says ...

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Ottawa to Expedite Pardons For Simple Cannabis Possession

Ottawa to expedite pardons for simple cannabis possession By: Dylan Robertson Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale speaks during question period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill, in Ottawa on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Article by Dylan Robertson, The Leaf News Hundreds of Manitobans will soon be eligible for pardons over minor cannabis charges, but they’ll have to serve their full sentence, and could still be blocked from crossing into the United States. On Wednesday, federal Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale told reporters he intends to table legislation by the end of 2018 that would ...

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Ontario Cannabis Store Gets 100,000 Cannabis Orders in First 24 Hours

Ontario Cannabis Store gets 100,000 pot orders in first 24 hours BY THE CANADIAN PRESS Cannabis buds lay along a drying rack at the CannTrust Niagara Greenhouse Facility in Fenwick, Ont., on June 26, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tijana Martin

Article by Canadian Press via CityNews The Ontario Cannabis Store says it has received about 100,000 online orders in the first 24 hours that marijuana was legal in Canada. The government-run OCS says 12,000 of those orders came within the first hour after legalization Wednesday morning. Ontario will have no brick-and-mortar cannabis stores until April 1, 2019, with the only ...

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Richmond Hill, Ontario Just Completely Banned Smoking Weed In Public But It’s Impossible To Enforce

News This Ontario Town Just Completely Banned Smoking Weed In Public But It's Impossible To Enforce By-law officers can't do anything about it. @Raysonho | Wikimedia / Cannabis Culture | Flickr Elizabeth Keith

Article by Elizabeth Keith, Narcity There are a lot of different factors when it comes to restricting and regulating legal cannabis in Canada. First, there is the legislation from the federal government that makes it legal in the first place. Then it’s up to the provinces to determine laws on its sale and use. Finally, municipalities are allowed to make their own ...

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Ontario Cannabis Store Mislabels Genital Spray as Oral Product

Ontario Cannabis Store mislabels genital spray as oral product

Article by Sheryl Ubelacker, The Canadian Press via CTV News A perusal of the Ontario Cannabis Store’s online portal on the first day of legalization turned up an array of expected products — various strains of dried weed, oils and tinctures, and accessories needed to use them. But also on offer is a cannabis-infused “intimate” spray, marketed under the enticingly named ...

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10 Things That Are Still Illegal After Cannabis Legalization

10 things that are still illegal after pot legalization Jackie Dunham, CTVNews Bill Blair clears up questions about Canadians crossing the U.S. border Bill Blair answers questions about Canadians crossing the border, when edibles will be legal and more.

Article by Jackie Dunham, CTV News As the high from Wednesday’s historic cannabis legalization wears off, there are a few legal footnotes worth taking note of before lighting up again. Despite being allowed to use or even grow marijuana, Canadians can still be charged if they’re caught breaking a number of important laws accompanying legalization. CTVNews.ca has rounded up 10 ...

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