First, the Police Got Them For Their Illegal Weed Store. Then, They Got Them Again For Operating as a ‘Non-Essential Business’

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NEWS First, the police got them for their illegal weed store. Then, they got them again for operating as a 'non-essential business' A Caledonia, Ont. couple have been charged with selling cannabis illegally and operating as a non-essential business during a declared emergency By Angela Stelmakowich Police from around the country have been working to clamp down on illegal cannabis websites. / Photo: OPP, Twitter

Police have double-dipped by bringing charges against an online cannabis distributor, not only for their illegal operations, but also for operating at all during the COVID-19 lockdown.

One man and one woman, both 35, have been charged after continuing to operate a non-essential business amid COVID-19, according to the Hamilton Spectator.

Specifically, the two face charges of possessing cannabis unlawfully for the purpose of selling under the Cannabis Act, and failing to comply with an order made during a declared emergency for operating a non-essential business under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act,” the Spectator reports.

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