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Wellington County OPP Charge 6 With Cannabis Violations in First Weekend of Festive RIDE Program

Wellington County OPP charge 22 in first weekend of Festive RIDE program Alcohol, drug, impaired and driving charges laid during first weekend about 15 hours ago by: GuelphToday Staff File photo. Tony Saxon/GuelphToday

Article by GuelphToday NEWS RELEASE ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE ************************* COUNTY OF WELLINGTON – This past weekend saw Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) out in full force, actively and purposefully reducing the amount of impaired drivers. Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (RIDE) checks resulted in numerous charges and here they are. Friday, Nov. 23, 2018 At approximately 8:15 p.m on Wellington Road 21, ...

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Cannabis, Cops and PTSD

Cannabis, Cops and PTSD

Article by Phil Wong, High! Canada I get a lot of interesting requests as a writer, so when my friend I insisted that I talk to this cop about cannabis, PTSD and first responders, I was all ears. I have heard some PTSD stories before, some from cops and they were very graphic, and I have always been intrigued by what ...

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Canada is Still Using The Military to Eradicate Illegal Cannabis Crops

Canada is Still Using The Military to Eradicate Illegal Cannabis Crops

Article by Rachel Browne, Vice News The Canadian Armed Forces and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are continuing their annual joint search-and-destroy mission against illegal outdoor cannabis grows — another example of how the war against the plant is alive and well, despite legalization. But one Liberal Member of Parliament is calling on his own government to end the long-standing aerial mission ...

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Dryden Police – Crime Blotter – November 24-26 2018

Dryden Police – Crime Blotter – November 24-26 2018

Article by Net News Ledger Dryden Police lay first charge under the new Cannabis Act A 62-year-old male has been charged with Having Care and Control of a Vehicle with Cannabis Readily Available after being stopped at a R.I.D.E. Check Program on the evening of November 22, 2018. The driver faces a provincial offence fine in the amount of $215 ...

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Former Ontario Finance Minister Under Wynne is Latest Politician to Join The Cannabis Industry

Former Ontario finance minister is latest politician to join the cannabis industry 'Lobo was interesting to me because it helps people detect and understand the consequences of THC on their health': Charles Sousa VANMALA SUBRAMANIAM Charles Sousa at Queen's Park when he was in the cabinet of premier Kathleen Wynne. POSTMEDIA FILE PHOTO

Article by Vanmala Subramaniam, Ottawa Citizen Former Ontario finance minister Charles Sousa — who was once in charge of administering the Liberal government’s cannabis retail plan — has become the latest politician to enter Canada’s multi-billion-dollar cannabis industry. Sousa, who lost his seat in Ontario’s provincial election this past June, will join the board of Lobo Genetics, a Toronto-based cannabis ...

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Simcoe, Ontario Man Charged After Attempting To Enter Courthouse With ‘Large Quantity Of Cannabis’

Man charged after attempting to enter courthouse with ‘large quantity of cannabis’

Article by CTV News A 49-year-old man has been charged with possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling after trying to bring what police are calling ‘a large quantity’ of it to a courthouse. Ontario Provincial Police said the man tried to enter the Simcoe Ontario Court of Justice just before 10 a.m. on Friday. He was going through the ...

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Cannabis Producers Look to Small-Scale Growers To Diversify Product Offerings

Cannabis producers look to small-scale growers to diversify product offerings OLYMPIA, WA - MARCH 15: Micah Sherman, 32, and Nicole Graf, 28, who moved from Brooklyn NY to cultivate cannabis, care for the "mother plants" which will seed their 7000 sq feet indoor farm in a warehouse south of Seattle, on March 15, 2014 in Olympia, Washington. Sherman and Graf left good jobs in Brooklyn and invested $600.000 in Raven, which will market high-end cannabis products to aging baby boomers. With legal medical cannabis allowed in over 20 states, and recreational use allowed in two (Colorado and Washington), the legal cannabis market is primed to expand dramatically. Privateer Holdings, a private equity firm that invests only in legal medical and recreational cannabis markets, has already raised over 50 millions dollars from investors, effectively bringing cannabis to Wall Street (Photo by Gilles Mingasson/Getty Images).

Article by Sarah Efron, Globe and Mail Licensed cannabis producers are looking to make deals with both legal and black-market small-scale craft growers to add variety to their product offerings for the recreational market. . Since Oct. 17, prospective growers have been able to apply for micro-cultivation licences from Health Canada. The licence limits plant canopy size to 200 square ...

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CBD: Without Getting You High, Cannabis Can Still Result In A DUI

Without getting you high, cannabis can still result in a DUI JASON TCHIR

Article by Jason Tchir, Globe and Mail You’re not allowed to drive smoking cannabis, period, even if it doesn’t get you high – and there’s still a chance that CBD could get you a DUI, experts say. . CBD stands for cannabidiol, which, like delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), is one of the more than 100 different molecules in marijuana. . “THC and CBD are two ...

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Cannabis Retailer Watches 24/7 To Scoop Up Scarce Canadian Supply

Pot retailer watches 24/7 to scoop up scarce Canadian supply Kristine Owram, Bloomberg News Boxes of pre-rolled joints sit stacked at a Quebec Cannabis Society (SQDC) store during a media preview event in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018. The SQDC will have twelve stores open in Montreal, as cannabis becomes legal in Canada on October 17. , Bloomberg

Article by Kristine Owram, Bloomberg News Desperate times call for desperate measures in Canada’s supply-constrained pot industry. National Access Cannabis Corp., the country’s largest private marijuana retailer with 17 stores, has a team of five people watching 24/7 for new inventory from Alberta’s provincial regulator, which controls wholesale pot distribution. “At 3:30 in the morning all of a sudden $4,000 worth of ...

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2 Arrested And Alliston Establishment Charged Under The Cannabis Act, Smoke Free Ontario Act

Alliston Establishment Charged Alliston | by Jill Young Two men and a license establishment on Victoria Street have been charged following investigation.

Article by Jill Young, Bayshore Broadcasting Criminal charges have been laid against a licensed establishment in Alliston. OPP conducted an investigation into the establishment on Victoria Street after several complaints. Two men are charged for drug trafficking and alcohol related offences. … 56 year old man from New Tecumseth, has been charged with numerous counts of trafficking charges under the Cannabis ...

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