RCMP Won’t Investigate Bonify Over Illegal Weed Sales

Article by Solomon Israel, Leaf News

RCMP won't investigate Bonify over illegal weed sales Fired executive files lawsuit By: Solomon Israel RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS  George Robinson, acting CEO of Bonify, speaks during a press conference on December 27, 2018. (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press)  Paul Yeoman, formerly Bonify's chief marketing officer, is seen in a screen capture of the Bonify website. Yeoman is now suing his former employer. (Bonify.com)  Bonify's cannabis production facility in Winnipeg's North End neighbourhood. (Mike Deal/Winnipeg Free Press)


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Photos of George Robinson, CEO of RavenQuest, addresses answers questions from the media regarding recall and discusses details about executive staff being fired due to packaging and selling unregulated cannabis product at 422 Jarvis Avenue, Thursday.
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Dec 127th, 2018

Bonify, the Winnipeg cannabis producer caught selling illegal marijuana in the legal market, isn’t being investigated by the RCMP, but the company’s problems are far from over.

An executive terminated in the wake of the scandal is suing Bonify and its acting CEO, and Bonify’s federal licence to sell cannabis remains suspended.

In a statement, the Manitoba RCMP said its “review of information has been concluded and the RCMP will not be investigating.” The force’s findings about Bonify have been shared with the Manitoba government, the statement added.

A spokesperson for Manitoba Justice Minister Cliff Cullen confirmed that Manitoba Justice has received information about Bonify from the RCMP after requesting the review.

“The letter contains information that requires further review by the province,” wrote the spokesperson. “As such, we cannot provide further comment at this time.”

In December, Bonify hired cannabis consultant George Robinson and his firm RavenQuest BioMed Inc. to launch an internal investigation into what went wrong at the company. Robinson also took over as the company’s acting CEO.

In February, Robinson said the probe had learned how Bonify purchased 200 kilograms of illicit marijuana, but not where it came from. At the time, Robinson said the possibility of a criminal investigation prevented him from sharing more details.

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