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  3. Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) tells CTV News they are conducting a joint forces raid, involving the cannabis enforcement team, with the Anishinabek Police Service(APS) on Wahnapitae First Nation again Wednesday. Two First Nation cannabis dispensaries, Creator's Choice Natural Health Solutions and First Nations Medicinal, were also raided back in January. First Nations Medicinal posted on Facebook that their store, located north of Sudbury, was being raided Wednesday. Wahnapitae First Nation dispensaries raided again NORTHERNONTARIO.CTVNEWS.CA READ: The Anishinabek Police Service and Ontario Provincial Police raid two cannabis dispensaries on Wahnapitae First Nation again. Chelsea...
  4. AUNDECK OMNI KANING – On Monday, September 16, members of the UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service as well as the UCCM Anishnaabe Police Drug Enforcement Unit executed a Criminal Code warrant at a residence in Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation based on information that there was an illegal cannabis dispensary located on the property. As a result of the search warrant, the UCCM Police seized over $12,000 in combined illicit cannabis and illicit cannabis bi-products as well as cash. A 37-year-old male of Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation has been charged with the possession of illicit cannabis contrary to Sec. 8 (1) (b) of the Cannabis Act and possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling contrary to Sec. 10 (2) of the Cannabis Act. A 46-year-old male of Manitowaning has been charged with the possession of illicit cannabis contrary to Sec. 8 (1) (b) of the Cannabis Act and possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling contrary to Sec. 10 (2) of the Cannabis Act. Both males were released and will make their first appearance at Gore Bay Court at the end of October. Illegal cannabis dispensary in AOK leads to arrest WWW.MANITOULIN.CA AUNDECK OMNI KANING – On Monday, September 16, members of the UCCM Anishnaabe Police Service as well as the UCCM Anishnaabe Police...
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  6. OLDER RAID added OUT OF ORDER - July 29, 2017 nova budds Three men were arrested and one is facing charges after police in Cape Breton raided a marijuana dispensary in Howie Centre, N.S. Cape Breton Regional Police executed a search warrant at Nova Budds on Kings Road on Friday afternoon. Officers found marijuana, "shatter," cannabis oils and food containing tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. Shatter is a concentrated form of THC, the ingredient in marijuana that produces a high. A 34-year-old man from Port Hawkesbury is facing charges of possession of marijuana and possession of cannabis resin for the purpose of trafficking. Two others were released without charges. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nova-budds-howie-centre-cape-breton-marijuana-dispensary-police-raid-1.4227581
  7. budzillas today sept 11 / 19 kingsway st - vancouver the "Cannabis Safety Unit" raided Budzilla today, seized their cannabis and shut down the dispensary. more to come
  8. six dispensary raids - Six locations were raided: four in Ottawa and one each in Smiths Falls and Carleton Place. ----------------------------------------------------- Seven people were arrested in a sweep Thursday of “illegal cannabis storefronts” in Ottawa, Smiths Falls and Carleton Place. The raids were conducted as part of a “provincial joint cannabis enforcement team” comprising officers from provincial police, Ottawa Police Service and Smiths Falls Police Service. Six locations were raided: four in Ottawa and one each in Smiths Falls and Carleton Place. Police did not disclose the addresses of the sites, saying only that “five of these targets were store fronts for a commercial chain,” while the other was a warehouse. Seized were a “large quantity” of suspected cannabis oil and seeds, along with “contraband cannabis products ranging from lip balms to pet drops.” Investigators estimated the value of the property as “nearly $70,000.” Arrested were Connor Leblanc, 20, Sheri Timlin, 32, Tara Linda McInnes, 31, Kristie Moreau, 40, and Efran Mohamed, 40, all of Ottawa; Kaitlyn Barber, 28, of Smiths Falls; and Michaela Dawn Henderson, 20, of Carleton Place. They were charged with possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling, under the federal Cannabis Act. Mohamed was also charged with being part of an organization unlawfully distributing cannabis, under the Cannabis Act. All of them have been released and are scheduled to appear at various locations of the Ontario Court of Justice on future dates. https://ottawasun.com/news/local-news/seven-arrested-in-sweep-of-illegal-cannabis-operations-in-capital-region/wcm/b2388528-1873-45ef-9aa8-31f4c6e21db4
  9. police charge 5 Police charge five people after search of illegal cannabis dispensary Police have charged five people after conducting a search of an illegal cannabis dispensary yesterday in Bedford. At approximately 1:20 p.m., members of the Drug Unit of the Integrated Criminal Investigation Division and West Division Community Response Officers, conducted a search warrant at East Coast Greenery located at 793 Bedford Highway in Bedford. Investigators seized almost $8,000, approximately 10 pounds of cannabis, over 4 pounds of hashish and approximately 14,000 other cannabis products. Five people were arrested at the location without incident: Noah Mansfield Greiss, 28, of Halifax Jason Paul Pelley, 40, of Dartmouth Stephanie Alexandra Clarke, 30, of Dartmouth Troy William Power, 28, of Halifax Nicholos Quinlan Hood, 32, of Willamswood The five accused are scheduled to appear in Dartmouth Provincial Court today to face charges of: Possession of cannabis for the purpose of distributing contrary to Section 9(2) of the Cannabis Act Possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling contrary to Section 10(2) of the Cannabis Act Possession for the use in production or distribution of illicit cannabis contrary to Section 13(1) of the Cannabis Act Possession of property obtained by crime contrary to 354(1)(a) of the Criminal Code The only legal way to buy recreational cannabis in Nova Scotia is through the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation Cannabis retail and online outlets. The only legal way for Canadians to access medical cannabis is through Health Canada. Police charge five people after search of illegal cannabis dispensary – Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers CRIMESTOPPERS.NS.CA
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