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  2. Raided Again The CAFE dispensary on Fort York Boulevard — one of four locations of the illegal chain — appears to have been raided again. Witnesses say the CityPlace building, located at 66 Fort York Blvd., was raided on Wednesday morning. Police have not yet confirmed if a raid took place. However, a TTC tweet just after 6:45 a.m. indicated that the 121 Fort York route was diverted due to police activity. Photos from the scene show large cement blocks at the entrance of the shop. Employees were standing outside offering shuttle services to customers, so that they can go to the CAFE’s other locations. Last week, police and bylaw officers attempted to shut down the dispensary, which was previously raided in April — twice in 48 hours. During the April raid, Toronto bylaw officers installed a large metal door in an effort to keep the illegal pot shop closed. However, officials told CityNews that the operators of the dispensary bypassed new locks that were installed in another raid by the city on April 15. The shop was able to reopen overnight but was then raided on April 16. CAFE dispensary in CityPlace raided again, witnesses say TORONTO.CITYNEWS.CA The CAFE dispensary on Fort York Boulevard — one of four locations of the illegal chain — appears to have been raided again. Witnesses say the... Open Gallery3 items Employees were standing outside offering shuttle services to customers, so that th
  3. Halifax Regional Police say they’ve charged five people after raiding an illegal cannabis dispensary on Tuesday. Police say the drug unit of the Integrated Criminal Investigation Division raided the Atlantic Compassion Club Society at 141A Main Street in Dartmouth at 11:45 a.m. The raid marks the second time in two weeks police executed a search warrant at the dispensary. Halifax police say officers seized over $9,000, approximately 2.5 pounds of cannabis and 700 other cannabis products. As a result of the raids, 25-year-old Colton Bordage of Dartmouth, 32-year-old Travis Dwyer of Cole Harbour, 24-year-old Andre Hemlin of Dartmouth, 22-year-old Corez Willams of Dartmouth and 40-year-old Tarra Comeau of Halifax face the following charges: Possession of cannabis for the purpose of distributing Possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling Possession for the use in production or distribution of illicit cannabis Possession of property obtained by crime Police say all five people are expected to appear in Dartmouth provincial court to face their charges. Halifax police charge 5 after cannabis dispensary raid GLOBALNEWS.CA Police say the drug unit of the Integrated Criminal Investigation Division raided the Atlantic Compassion Club Society on Tuesday.
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  5. Day 4: of Toronto Police and City of Toronto raids on independent cannabis retailers. This time targeting CAFE St. Clair Ave. West #onpoli #TOpoli #Cannabis #Fakelegalization #NewProhibition https://twitter.com/selwynpieters
  6. toronto Day 3: of Toronto Police and City of Toronto raids on independent cannabis retailers. This time targeting 932 Boor Street West.... #onpoli #TOpoli #Cannabis #Fakelegalization #NewProhibition
  7. toronto 66 Fort York Day 2 of Toronto Police and City of Toronto raids on independent cannabis retailers. This time targeting 66 Fort York. #onpoli #TOpoli #Cannabis #Fakelegalization #NewProhibition https://twitter.com/selwynpieters
  8. 13 arrested in raid on illegal cannabis dispensary in Dartmouth Thirteen people are facing drug trafficking charges after Halifax police raided an illegal cannabis dispensary on Main Street in Dartmouth, N.S., Wednesday evening. Members of the Halifax Regional Police and the RCMP's drug unit executed a search warrant on the Atlantic Compassion Club Society shortly after 5 p.m., police said in a news release. Police said they seized cannabis and cannabis-related products, drug paraphernalia including scales, and a quantity of cash. Police have not yet said how much cannabis and cash was seized. The Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. is now the only legal seller of cannabis in the province. Police arrested 13 people, six men and seven women, who are expected to appear in Dartmouth provincial court Thursday morning to face charges of trafficking a controlled substance and other drug-related charges. This isn't the first time the dispensary has been busted. In April, police arrested nine people and seized about $7,000 in cash, 2.2 kilograms of cannabis and about 2,500 other cannabis products. There was also a bust at the business in December. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/13-arrested-in-raid-on-illegal-cannabis-dispensary-in-dartmouth-1.5207773?fbclid=IwAR0c0Q6_02D5yNmWSvpd-UhiFl_m27rHuz1MupwpTUDwZU3IlOh3bu1lkdk
  9. Toronto Toronto's most notorious chain of unlicensed cannabis dispensaries just took another hit in the form of cops hauling out what appears to be an entire inventory's worth of weed and edibles. City of Toronto bylaw officers, in conjunction with Toronto Police, raided the CAFE dispensary on Harbord Street near Spadina earlier this morning. Several large bags filled with cannabis products and an undisclosed amount of cash were removed from the store, but police have yet to reveal if any charges were laid. https://www.blogto.com/city/2019/07/toronto-police-raid-harbord-cafe-cannabis-store/
  10. 3 raids Owen Sound, Hanover, Port Elgin (interesting for CBD) Four people have been charged after police busted a business’s stores in Owen Sound, Port Elgin and Hanover as part of a combined forces investigation into the alleged illicit sale of CBD products. The raid in Owen Sound took place at Stop & Smell the Roses at 640 10th St. W., Unit 3, according to the Owen Sound Police Service. A police news release on the “illicit cannabis dispensary” investigation says the three locations belonged to the same business. The Owen Sound, Saugeen Shores and Hanover police services began their investigation in March. On Thursday, officers from the three departments used Cannabis Act warrants to search three sites. It is alleged that at each location, illicit cannabidiol (CBD) products were being sold without the required licensing, according to a police news release. Officers seized about $30,000 worth of alleged illicit CBD products that had been offered for sale at the three locations. About $7,400 in cash and computers and point-of-sale terminals were also seized. Two men, both aged 24 from Saugeen Shores, and two women, a 20-year-old from Hanover and 48-year-old from Saugeen Shores, were arrested. They face charges that include unlawfully selling cannabis, unlawfully possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling it, unlawfully possessing cannabis for the purpose of distributing it and possessing property obtained by crime under $5,000. The news release notes that CBD can legally be purchased and sold from properly licensed entities, including the Ontario Cannabis Store. Regulated CBD can also be legally possessed as long as the quantity of CBD and other cannabis products falls within the parameters of the act. “There is a common misconception that CBD derived from ‘hemp’ is legal where in fact, CBD is regulated no matter its source.” Four arrested after police investigate sale of CBD products in Owen Sound, Hanover, Port Elgin WWW.OWENSOUNDSUNTIMES.COM Four people have been charged after police busted a business’s stores in Owen Sound, Port Elgin and Hanover as part of a combined forces...
  11. Windsor man charged after OPP raid allegedly illegal cannabis dispensary in Sarnia A Windsor man is among those charged after OPP executed search warrants on a location in Sarnia related to allegedly illegal cannabis. Provincial police said their joint forces cannabis enforcement team, in cooperation with members of Sarnia Police Service, raided a dispensary on June 6. Officers seized quantities of dried cannabis and cannabis concentrates, as well as tools, electronics, cash, and weapons. A total of four people face charges. Christopher Lagrone, 37, of Windsor, was arrested on a charge of possessing cannabis for the purpose of distribution and selling, in violation of the Cannabis Act of Canada. Jeremy Carey, 34, and Marc Henderson, 27, both of Sarnia, face the same charge. Kyle Mansfield, 36, of St. Clair Township, was charged with laundering the proceeds of crime (under $5,000) and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose All four accused have been released from custody and are scheduled to appear in a provincial court in Sarnia. Although recreational cannabis is now legal in Canada — with adult individuals allowed to possess up to 30 grams of dried cannabis in a public place — distribution of “illicit cannabis” or amounts exceeding 30 grams remains illegal. OPP promise they will continue to “lead an enforcement strategy” involving other police services against illegal cannabis operations, based on “actionable intelligence.” Provincial police said the focus of the strategy includes elimination of “the illegal cannabis supply,” removal of illegal cannabis operations “such as storefronts and online,” and targeting the financial proceeds of crime. Windsor man charged after OPP raid cannabis dispensary in Sarnia WWW.THEGROWTHOP.COM Christopher Lagrone, 37, of Windsor, is among four people Lambton County OPP charged after executing search warrants on an allegedly illegal...
  12. Police arrest 3 in Cambridge pot shop raid They said that members of the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team, Waterloo Regional Police and the OPP executed a warrant at a storefront on Hespeler Road near Can-Amera Parkway on May 29 Police say they seized cash, cannabis, rolled cannabis cigarettes, Shatter, electronics and weapons. Justine Ann-Marie Mancebo, 21, and Pritzila Noeggerath, 44, of Cambridge were arrested along with George Pearce of Hamilton, 50. The trio have been charged with possessing cannabis for the purpose of distribution and selling, contrary to the cannabis act as well as proceeds of crime under $5000. OPP Detective Staff Sgt. Luc Bouvier said to “remind people to buy their cannabis product at legal stores.” Police arrest 3 in Cambridge pot shop raid GLOBALNEWS.CA The OPP announced it arrested three people in a raid at an illegal cannabis storefront in Cambridge last week.
  13. Hamilton Police say they shut down the city's last "illegal" cannabis store on Monday night — for now. "It is a fluid situation," said Const. Jerome Stewart. "We've been battling this for months right, so we continue to be proactive." The last raid was of a Hess Village pop-up in a rear alley off George Street, said Stewart. As of Monday night, "we've shut down all of the illegal cannabis dispensaries and storefronts" in Hamilton, he said. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/pot-shops-1.5162002
  14. Three people are facing charges following a raid of a cannabis dispensary in Halifax on Monday. Halifax Regional Police say they executed a search warrant at Scotia Green Dispensary on Spring Garden Road at around 1 p.m. Investigators seized over $2,000, approximately five pounds of cannabis, over 19 grams of psilocybin, and over 1,400 other cannabis products. Matthew Brian Baker, 25, and 21-year-old Bailey Rae Fanning, both of Halifax, as well as 35-year-old Kelly Patrick Pye of Lower Sackville are facing the following charges: Possession of cannabis for the purpose of distributing Possession of cannabis for the purpose of selling Possession of a controlled Schedule III substance Possession of property obtained by crime All three are scheduled to appear in Halifax provincial court on Tuesday. 3 people charged after raid of cannabis dispensary in Halifax GLOBALNEWS.CA Halifax Regional Police say they executed a search warrant at Scotia Green Dispensary on Spring Garden Road at around 1 p.m.
  15. Several Hamilton residents are facing drug-related charges after police raided two illegal pot shops in the city. Ontario Provincial Police, along with Hamilton police, seized cash and numerous cannabis products, including edibles, on May 23 from the storefronts on Kensington Avenue and London Street. Other items included hash, shatter, cannabis seed, plants, lip balm, creams, and bath bombs. Six men and one woman, ranging from 26 to 63 years in age, have been charged and all been released and are scheduled to appear in a Hamilton court at a later date. Police charge seven Hamilton residents after raid on illegal pot shops GLOBALNEWS.CA Several Hamilton residents are facing drug-related charges after police raided two illegal pot shops in the city.
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