Toronto Dispensary Chain CAFE Cites Legal Loophole to Keep Re-Opening Shops After Raids

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Toronto dispensary chain cites legal loophole to keep re-opening shops after raids CAFE’s operators complained to authorities that the basement of the building was an individual’s private residence, and as such, the city had no right to seal the doors. By Emma Spears Ontario cannabis legislation notes that following a raid, “no person shall, (a) remain on the premises after being required to vacate the premises." DARRYL DYCK

CAFE on Toronto’s Bloor Street W. is one of many unlicensed cannabis dispensaries that the city has been trying to put out of business since legalization came into effect last fall. But despite being raided multiple times last week, it’s back to business as usual for pot purveyors.

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