City Looks Into Odour Bylaw To Deal With Stinky Cannabis Growing Operations

Article by Michelle Ruby, Brantford Expositor

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News City looks into odour bylaw to deal with stinky pot growing operations Author of the article:Michelle Ruby Publishing date:Mar 18, 2021 • 18 hours ago • 4 minute read • comment bubbleJoin the conversation The city is looking into the possibility of enacting an odour bylaw to help control the smell from medical marijuana growing operations. Police seized more than 3,600 cannabis plants worth about $927,000 last March from a building at 360 Brock St. The city is looking into the possibility of enacting an odour bylaw to help control the smell from medical marijuana growing operations. Police seized more than 3,600 cannabis plants worth about $927,000 last March from a building at 360 Brock St. Expositor Photo Article content Barb Vervaeke says she can’t even go out in her backyard when the “horrendous” smell of cannabis from a nearby medical marijuana operation is at its worst.

Barb Vervaeke says she can’t even go out in her backyard when the “horrendous” smell of cannabis from a nearby medical marijuana operation is at its worst.

“Last summer, we couldn’t sit outside,” said Vervaeke who has lived on Bruce Street for 45 years. “It’s not fair. We’re paying our taxes. We shouldn’t have to put up with this.”

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