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  3. WIndsor compassion house and Envy Provincial Police conducted raids at alleged illegal pot shops in Windsor Wednesday. Officers were at Compassion House on Tecumseh Rd. W. and Envy Cafe on Erie St. According to an OPP release, warrants were executed at homes in the 2300-block of Louis Ave and 1400-block of Marentette Ave as well. A quantity of cannabis and cannabis related products as well as electronics and Canadian currency were seized. The OPP's Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team, the Essex OPP Community Street Crime Unit and the Windsor Police Service worked together on the investigation. Compassion House was raided at its previous location on Tecumseh Rd. W. at Church St. in November 2018 and then again in March 2019. Envy was previously located on University Ave W. and was also raided last March. Those raids resulted in a number of charges under the Cannabis Act. UPDATE: Cannabis Seized After a Number of Raids in Windsor WWW.IHEARTRADIO.CA Officers were seen at Compassion House on Tecumseh Rd. W. and Envy Cafe on Erie St.
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  5. Two more First Nation dispensaries raided By research on January 9, 2019 By CTV News link to article Jan 8th 2019 by CTV Northern Ontario After executing two search warrants in Wahnapitae First Nation Thursday, Ontario Provincial Police along with Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team, the North East Region Community Street Crimes Unit, West Parry Sound Crime Unit and the detatchment carried out two more on dispensaries in Henvey Inlet First Nations on Friday. It is all part of a crackdown on what police call illegal cannabis operations. “Our hope is that with the new laws that something the courts can do to help us out in relation to stiffer penalties will ultimately send a message that, your store is illegal.” Sergeant Al Naveau, of the Anishnabek Police Service. Nearly $200,00 in cannabis products were seized along with just under $3,500 in cash from the two establishments south of Sudbury, one located on Bekanon Road, the other on Highway 69. Three men from the Greater Sudbury area were arrested and charged. They have all been released and will appear in a Parry Sound court on February 28th. Two more First Nation dispensaries raided - Dispensing Freedom DISPENSINGFREEDOM.COM After executing two search warrants in Wahnapitae First Nation Thursday, Ontario Provincial Police along with Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis...
  6. (older one found) from july 5th 2019 added to the list Illegal pot shops busted at Kettle Point By Josh BoyceJuly 5, 2019 1:02pm@JTBoyceCHOK Anishinabek police are reporting a pair of drug busts at illegal cannabis dispensaries on Kettle Point First Nation. On Thursday, July 4, officers executed search warrants at Georgia Peach in the 9700 block of Center Road, and Organic Solutions in the 6000 block of Indian Lane. Officers had help from the Kettle and Stony Point Detachment, and the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team. Three people were arrested and charged with possessing cannabis for the purposes of selling, and possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime over $5,000. Police said the street value of the drugs is about $448,000, and a large amount of currency was also seized. BlackburnNews.com - Illegal pot shops busted at Kettle Point BLACKBURNNEWS.COM Your Local News Network serving London, Windsor, Chatham, Sarnia and Midwestern Ontario
  7. Holdenherb and Graydon Green Compassion Club. 3 people and 3 companies charged after Calgary police shut down illicit online cannabis dispensaries CALGARY.CTVNEWS.CA Penalties can include fines up to $10,000 and/or up to six months in jail.
  8. 10 pounds of cannabis, $26K seized during search at 2 Halifax dispensaries searches at Farm Assists locations on Gottingen Street and in Porters Lake were conducted at around 1:30 p.m. Friday. 10 pounds of cannabis, $26K seized during search at 2 Halifax dispensaries: police GLOBALNEWS.CA Three people are now facing charges as a result of the the two searches, police say.
  9. Millbrook nova scotia The RCMP say a significant amount of cannabis and cannabis edibles have been seized from two storefronts in Millbrook. Police attended locations on Willow Street and Abenaki Road yesterday for an inspection under the Cannabis Control Act and say charges are now pending. The RCMP says it's working with Chief Bob Gloade and Council of Millbrook First Nation "to address the unlicensed sale of cannabis in the community." They add that, "Increasing complaints and concerns about the products being sold and the potential sale to youth prompted the police action at these storefronts." In August, Chief Gloade and council issued a statement asking for patience as they look at the development of regulatory framework for access to cannabis in the First Nation. It stated that while they remain confident a regulatory system can be established, it will take time to work things out given the "complicated interplay between the federal and provincial laws and our own jurisdiction." Cannabis, edibles seized from Millbrook storefronts WWW.IHEARTRADIO.CA The RCMP say a significant amount of cannabis and cannabis edibles have been seized from two storefronts in Millbrook.
  10. Update: Provincial police raid Hammond pot store Compassion society on Maple Crescent opened in 2015. Dec. 18, 2019 The cannabis store operated by the Hammond Compassion Society on Maple Crescent was raided Wednesday by provincial inspection officers. The Hammond Compassion Society, a non-profit society, opened the store in 2015 to provide medicinal marijuana. Ridge Meadows RCMP Const. Julie Klaussner confirmed the Provincial Inspection Team (Community Safety Unit) acted on the Hammond Compassion Society, not the local detachment. “This is not us, it is the Provincial Inspection Team.” Update: Provincial police raid Hammond pot store - Maple Ridge News WWW.MAPLERIDGENEWS.COM Compassion society on Maple Crescent opened in 2015.
  11. Six Nations police have charged two men after executing a search warrant on Dec . 17 at a business at 1061 Chiefswood Rd. Police said they searched Green Dreams, which they called an illicit cannabis dispensary and a DVD store, and seized illicit cannabis. They arrested an employee and a customer. The men, aged 34 and 54, are both from Ohsweken. They are each charged with possessing cannabis unlawfully for the purpose of selling, distributing illicit cannabis and possessing cannabis for the purpose of distribution. Men face drug charges WWW.BRANTFORDEXPOSITOR.CA Six Nations police have charged two men after executing a search warrant on Dec . 17 at a business at 1061 Chiefswood Rd.
  12. Pot shop on Tsleil-Waututh land raided Jane Seyd / North Shore News December 17, 2019 04:21 PM The owner of an unlicensed cannabis shop that had been operating in contravention of provincial regulations on Tsleil-Waututh Nation in North Vancouver is crying foul after provincial inspectors raided the store on Friday, shutting it down. https://www.nsnews.com/news/pot-shop-on-tsleil-waututh-land-raided-1.24037327?fbclid=IwAR0jNkpR_U_YU66WdMTfYxpQoRqkLzhaSndvtINzkbPT60tX-N-_jsKYyM8
  13. Police raid pot dispensary in Garden River Police raid pot dispensary in Garden River - SooToday.com WWW.SOOTODAY.COM Read the full story and comment on SooToday.com
  14. VCBC victoria cannabis buyers club https://beta.ctvnews.ca/local/vancouver-island/2019/11/14/1_4686018.html?fbclid=IwAR0IlgH09SRpjf9HtVFUUHpDc7TMMW8l416EzCu7A5XJe5MkqcMmJkZWyUc
  15. Princeton BC - 2 stores CBD products seized - no charges Police seized a quantity of illegal cannabis products at a local business last Thursday. A second business was asked to remove product from its shelves, and complied. (see link) Cannabis products removed from Princeton store shelves after visits from RCMP Cannabis products removed from Princeton store shelves after visits from RCMP - Vernon Morning Star WWW.VERNONMORNINGSTAR.COM Police seized a quantity of illegal cannabis products at a local business last Thursday.
  16. Enforcement action taken on 99 North and Grassroots Medicinal Tuesday afternoon The province is currently taking "enforcement action" at two dispensaries in Squamish — 99 North and Grassroots Medicinal. The RCMP are currently on the scene at these locations. Members of the Community Safety Unit (CSU) are removing boxes of product from both locations. CSU, which is under the Policing and Security Branch of the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General, is responsible for compliance and enforcement under the Cannabis Control and Licensing Act (CCLA), with a focus on the illegal sale of cannabis. The municipality was not alerted to this action prior to it being taken, District staff told The Chief. Bryan Raiser, the owner of 99 North, applied more than a year ago to the province to have a licensed shop. He has yet to hear back, he said, despite repeated requests for information about his application process. Only one shop in Squamish has been approved by the province, Sky High Cannabis. "Council has been supportive of Mr. Raiser’s [of 99 North] application from the beginning, as evidenced through the Development Variance Permit he received," said Mayor Karen Elliott in an emailed statement. "Without knowing more details at this point, we are frustrated that the province was unable to provide any feedback or information to these applicants about the status of their applications or why approval has been delayed, before this enforcement action was undertaken." The Chief is on the scene at both locations. Product seized from two Squamish cannabis dispensaries WWW.SQUAMISHCHIEF.COM The province is currently taking "enforcement action" at two dispensaries in Squamish — 99 North and Grassroots Medicinal. The RCMP are currently...
  17. Dana Larsons Medical Dispensary on Thurlow in Vancouver BC UPDATED: The Medicinal Cannabis Dispensary on Thurlow, in Vancouver, raided by CSU - Cannabis News | Lifestyle Tips | Expert Opinions | Stocks CANNABISLIFENETWORK.COM - The Medicinal Cannabis Dispensary, located on Thurlow St. in Vancouver, B.C., has been raided by the province's Community Safety Unit (CSU). The
  18. UPDATE - CONFIRMED RAID #560 Vancouver BC the stalk market more to come Curt Hyde 46 mins ago · Hey friends. I just heard that The Stalk Market in Kits is being raided. It's a great dispensary and needed by the community. If you can send anyone by to help us protest, it's at 3175 West Broadway ✌
  19. Staff members beaten by Police during violent raid at Six Nations dispensary [Video] By News Editor on October 21, 2019 Staff members of the Green Cross 6N medicinal cannabis dispensary received multiple injuries at the hands of Six Nations Police during a raid on October 9th. SIX NATIONS – At approximately 5pm on the evening of October 9th, 2019, Six Nations man Alyziah Styres, 20 responded to a noise at the front of the property where he was immediately accosted by members of the Six Nations Police Cannabis Task Force. In an interview conducted by Rhonda Martin of the online show Got Something To Say? Styres said “He swing-tackled me… and then as I was on the ground they were jumping around celebrating.” Styres went on to say that he was handcuffed and placed in a cruiser “without being read my rights or shown a warrant or anything”. Ryan Davis, 25 who was inside the store at the time, said “I just saw someone dressed in all black [through the window] and there was just a gun in my face and I thought it was a robbery at first… we have a robbery procedure where we have these steel rolls downs, so I pulled those down.” Kenny Davis, 20 who was also inside, stated that while the police were attempting to gain entry they “went around the building and smashed out all the glass, every inch it sounded like, it just sounded like firecrackers going off.” According to Ryan Davis, as the police entered the building, he and his brother Kenny Davis lay on the ground with their hands behind their head, while their friend Dallas Porter, 20 got down on his knees because he had a tracheostomy tube inserted. This is when Ryan Davis alleges that “they sucker punched me out of nowhere … then they started kicking and stomping on my head”. Ryan Davis has provided Dispensing Freedom with a hospital bracelet and note from the hospital stating that he was placed on concussion watch. Ryan Davis also developed a golf-ball-sized hematoma on the side of his head. Porter told Dispensing Freedom that “one of those cops pushed my head down and I hit my nose off a patio stone.” Both Porter and Styres said that Porter was refused access to his medical devices at the scene, specifically a suction machine and Q-Tips to clear his tracheostomy tube. This refusal of medical services could have been potentially fatal. Porter was taken to hospital where he was diagnosed as having a fractured nasal bone. Staff members beaten by Police during violent raid at Six Nations dispensary [Video] - Dispensing Freedom DISPENSINGFREEDOM.COM Staff members of the Green Cross 6N medicinal cannabis dispensary received multiple injuries at the hands of Six Nations Police during a raid on...
  20. Windsor Nova Scotia Man charged after police bust Windsor marijuana storefront A 32-year-old man from Windsor has been arrested after RCMP say they responded to a complaint of an illegal marijuana storefront on Gerrish Street. Police obtained a search warrant and searched the Windsor business on Friday, seizing cash, cannabis, individually packaged shatter, hashish, and cannabis edibles. The man is facing charges of possession of cannabis for the purpose of distribution as well as selling under the Cannabis Act. He's been released from custody and is scheduled to appear in Windsor Provincial Court on December 10th. Man charged after police bust Windsor marijuana storefront WWW.IHEARTRADIO.CA A 32-year-old man from Windsor has been arrested after RCMP say they responded to a complaint of an illegal marijuana storefront on Gerrish Street.
  21. Police raid suspected cannabis dispensary on Tecumseh Road, three arrested Police raided another alleged illegal cannabis dispensary in Windsor, executing a warrant Thursday. According to Windsor police, members of the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team — including officers with Windsor police's Criminal Intelligence Unit — raided a suspected cannabis dispensary on Tecumseh Road, arresting an 18-year-old woman, 19-year-old man and a 42-year-old man. Police seized "a quantity of cannabis products and Canadian currency," arresting the three suspects without incident around 12:30 p.m. on Thursday. The three suspects have been charged with possession for the purpose of selling under the federal Cannabis Act. The raid was the culmination of an investigation that began earlier in October. Police previously raided suspected dispensaries on Ottawa Street in January and on Drouillard Road in August. There are currently no legal cannabis dispensaries operating in Windsor. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/windsor/three-arrested-illegal-cannabis-dispensary-raid-windsor-police-1.5318489
  22. Six Nations police charge four in drug raid Four people were arrested after Six Nations police used a search warrant Wednesday at what they say is an unlicensed cannabis dispensary at 3461 Fourth Line Rd. The people, aged 19 to 25, are each charged with distribution, possession for the purpose of distribution and selling of illicit cannabis. Police said they seized an undisclosed amount of cannabis products and cash. The building was heavily barricaded, police said. Six Nations police charge four in drug raid WWW.BRANTFORDEXPOSITOR.CA Four people were arrested after Six Nations police used a search warrant Wednesday at what they say is an unlicensed cannabis dispensary at 3461...
  23. Regina dispensary raid sweep Dispensary raids #552 #553 #554 and #555 all in Regina Four illegal marijuana retail stores were raided by the Regina Police Service, around 4 p.m. CST on Monday. Police charged both the owners and employees of four businesses in the city, located on: 2400 block of Dewdney Ave. 2800 block of Saskatchewan Dr. 1400 block of Scarth St. 1500 block of 11th Ave. Regina police and officers with the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods program conducted the raids, laying charges under the Saskatchewan Cannabis Control Act. People at the stores have also been fined. Police seized marijuana, oil, candies, edibles, creams, cash and documents . Provinces regulate the use and selling of marijuana in Canada. In Saskatchewan, retail pot stores are privately owned and regulated by the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority. The province says only stores with SLGA permits are legally allowed to sell marijuana. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/marijuana-monday-raids-in-regina-1.5295043
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