news Illegal grow-ops sees Norfolk tagged as Cannabis Capital of Canada Monte SonnenbergMonte Sonnenberg More from Monte Sonnenberg Dennis Travale, chair of Norfolk’s Police Services Board, with a map of Norfolk County with suspected illegal cannabis grow operations highlighted in red. The police services board has invited federal health minister Patty Hadju to explain what Health Canada is doing to monitor and control the proliferation of illegal, disruptive marijuana grow-operations in Norfolk County, now believed to number 70 in total. Monte Sonnenberg/Postmedia Network SHARE ADJUST COMMENT PRINT Federal Health Minister Patty Hadju will receive an invitation from Norfolk’s Police Services Board to explain what she is doing to close “loop holes” that allow surrogate cannabis growers to produce thousands of plants a season for a handful of individuals who have prescriptions for medical marijuana.

Illegal grow-ops sees Norfolk tagged as Cannabis Capital of Canada Monte SonnenbergMonte Sonnenberg More from Monte Sonnenberg Dennis Travale, chair of Norfolk’s Police Services Board, with a map of Norfolk County with suspected illegal cannabis grow operations highlighted in red. The police services board has invited federal health minister Patty Hadju to explain what Health Canada is doing to monitor and control the proliferation of illegal, disruptive marijuana grow-operations in Norfolk County, now believed to number 70 in total. Monte Sonnenberg/Postmedia Network SHARE ADJUST COMMENT PRINT Federal Health Minister Patty Hadju will receive an invitation from Norfolk’s Police Services Board to explain what she is doing to close “loop holes” that allow surrogate cannabis growers to produce thousands of plants a season for a handful of individuals who have prescriptions for medical marijuana.

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