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  1. SHEGUIANDAH FIRST NATION – Two people are facing charges after the UCCM Anishnaabe Police executed a warrant at an illegal cannabis dispensary located on the Sheguiandah First Nation on Wednesday, April 10. UCCM Anishnaabe Police received information that the High and Buy cannabis store was operating without a licence on the Sheguiandah First Nation. Following that report, a Criminal Code search warrant was executed by the UCCM Police at the High and Buy Cannabis Dispensary located on Highway 6 in Sheguiandah First Nation. Marijuana, firearms and cash were seized during the raid. Charges result from raid at illegal dispensary WWW.MANITOULIN.CA SHEGUIANDAH FIRST NATION – Two people are facing charges after the UCCM Anishnaabe Police executed a warrant at an illegal cannabis...
  2. three raids in Hamilton Hamilton police and the OPP teamed up on Thursday to raid three unlicensed storefronts, two on Kenilworth Avenue and one on Barton Street. Hamilton police announced during the police board meeting that three more stores had been shuttered after searches by the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team and Hamilton police. A total of seven people face charges, ranging in age from 18 to 42. The raids were carried out on the same day that Deputy Police Chief Dan Kinsella told the Hamilton Police Services Board that the number of unauthorized dispensaries across Hamilton, once more than 50, was down to 10. Kinsella also predicted that the city’s first two provincially licensed stores will open next weekend. 3 more unauthorized Hamilton pot shops up in smoke due to police raids GLOBALNEWS.CA Hamilton police and the OPP teamed up on Thursday to raid three unlicensed storefronts, two on Kenilworth Avenue and one on Barton Street.
  3. 1 brampton 3 missasauga Peel police have started cracking down on illegal marijuana dispensaries throughout the region. During the week of April 1 to April 5, the Vice, Narcotics and Street Level Organized Crime Units investigated four separate locations in Brampton and Mississauga, police say. The alleged illicit dispensaries were located in the Queen and Lynch Street area of Brampton and in Mississauga at the intersections of Hurontario and Dundas, Cook Street and Dundas West, and Haines Road and Dundas East. Officers searched and executed search warrants, leading to ten individuals being charged for allegedly "Unlawfully Selling Cannabis Other Than Authorized Dealer," under the 2017 Cannabis Control Act. They wil appear in court in May. Police say officers seized 5.8 kilograms of marijuana that was packed and ready to be sold. Currently there is only one authorized cannabis retailer in the Peel Region that is located at Main Street and Nanwood Drive in Brampton. Peel Police say any other location storefront or individuals selling cannabis are committing provincial and federal offences. Police ask for anyone that has information pertaining to this matter to call the Vice, Narcotics and Street Level Organized Crime Bureau at (905) 453-2121, ext. 3515. Peel Police Crack Down on Illegal Cannabis Dispensaries in Mississauga WWW.INSAUGA.COM Peel police have started cracking down on illegal marijuana dispensaries throughout the region.During the week of April 1 to April 5, the Vice...
  4. one was counted march 30th but this report suggest 4 dispensary's raid this previous week in Toronto This week’s blitz comes on the heels of four stores being closed last week, as officers beef up their enforcement several weeks into a crackdown that started on March 1. Toronto continues crackdown on illegal pot shops | The Star WWW.THESTAR.COM City bylaw enforcement officers closed the Green Apple dispensary on Tuesday.
  5. toronto In the past few days, bylaw officers shut down illegal pot shop Dallas Buyers Club on Eglinton Avenue West on two separate occasions. The operators allegedly cut the locks installed by bylaw officers and reopened the store this week before the city shut it down again. An official notice of immediate closure was visible on the front door on Tuesday. According to the city, the store has also operated under the name King Kong Bong. Bylaw officers ramp up fight to shut down illegal pot shops operating in Toronto TORONTO.CTVNEWS.CA The fight to shutter illegal pot shops in Toronto continues, even as the first legal retail storefronts have opened their doors across the province.
  6. green apple in Toronto at finch On Tuesday afternoon, police and bylaw officers descended on the Green Apple, an illegal marijuana dispensary near Finch Avenue and Weston Road, and executed a raid. Mark Sraga, the director of investigation services for municipal licensing and standards, said a “significant amount of illegal cannabis” was found on the premises, along with edibles and other forms of marijuana. He said the property has been seized and the operators charged. Bylaw officers ramp up fight to shut down illegal pot shops operating in Toronto TORONTO.CTVNEWS.CA The fight to shutter illegal pot shops in Toronto continues, even as the first legal retail storefronts have opened their doors across the province.
  7. An illegal cannabis dispensary on Upper Ottawa Street is the latest to be targeted by a provincial police task force. On Friday officers from the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team (PJFCET), which includes Hamilton police officers, executed a warrant at Green Apple, at 1527 Upper Ottawa St., north of Rymal Road East. Police seized cash, cannabis and cannabis concentrates, Ontario Provincial Police said.Four employees, all in their 20s from Hamilton, were charged with possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling, under the Cannabis Act, and proceeds of crime under $5,000, under the Criminal Code. Upper Ottawa Street dispensary latest to be raided by police task force WWW.NORTHBAYNIPISSING.COM Four employees charged and Green Apple store seized by Hamilton police
  8. Ontario Provincial Police along with Hamilton police and the province’s cannabis enforcement team executed a search warrant at a pot shop located on James Street North. Officers seized cannabis, shatter and edibles, as well as cash and a motor vehicle. Hamilton police have been shutting down several cannabis dispensaries in the city. New powers came into effect Jan. 1 allowing officers to change the locks, put an alarm on the premises and use other security techniques to ensure the businesses stay closed. Cops arrest 5 after raid on illegal cannabis store in downtown Hamilton GLOBALNEWS.CA Officers seized cannabis, shatter and edibles, as well as cash and a motor vehicle in the bust.
  9. Woman charged again in London pot shop raid Local police have raided an illegal marijuana shop in London, mere days before regulated cannabis retail outlets are set to open here and across Ontario.The OPP and London police raided the Wellington Wellness Collective at 219 Wellington St. on Thursday, seizing $2,200 worth of cannabis products and $100 in cash, the OPP said. The Free Press viewed surveillance footage from a nearby business showing five uniformed officers approaching the single-storey building, one block south of Horton Street, shortly after 1 p.m.One of the officers is holding a battering ram, a police tool used to break down doors, while another carried a crowbar. A London police cruiser can be seen driving the wrong way on Wellington as it pulls up to the store. A London woman, 32, is charged with possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling and disobeying a court order. Woman charged again in London pot shop raid LFPRESS.COM Local police have raided an illegal marijuana shop in London, mere days before regulated cannabis retail outlets are set to open here and across...
  10. Halifax Regional Police executed a search warrant at Green Street Wellness on Dundas Street Four people are facing charges after police searched an illegal cannabis dispensary in Dartmouth Wednesday. Halifax Regional Police say they seized more than three pounds of cannabis, over 200 cannabis products, two cans of sensory irritant and over $1,400 while they executed a search warrant at Green Street Wellness on Dundas Street. A 41-year-old Cole Harbour man and a 36-year-old Tantallon woman have been charged with possession for the purpose of distributing, possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling, possession of prohibited weapons and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose. A 31-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman, both from Eastern Passage, are facing charges of possession for the purpose of distributing and possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling. All four will appear in Dartmouth Provincial Court at a later date. https://www.halifaxtoday.ca/local-news/four-charged-after-police-search-of-cannabis-dispensary-1345744
  11. (march 2019 ) new spray is Zerotol BROAD SPECTRUM ALGAECIDE/BACTERICIDE/FUNGICIDE - other ingredients- 70.9 percent - for ornamental plants and turf - comes with the label signal warning - danger For those that watch my show well ya know that of the three warning label this is the worst which mean highly toxic - That three sprays now with the danger label - highly toxic 6 now with the warning label - more toxic 14 with the caution label - mildly toxic they are all toxic, even low does of several of these would be a cocktail, You would be a fool to combust these, you would be the guinea pig in this situation http://cru66.cahe.wsu.edu/~picol/pdf/WA_archive/57144.pdf.2015-10-03
  12. As of February 8, 2019, there are 23 registered PCPs approved by PMRA for use on cannabis Mandatory cannabis testing for pesticide active ingredients - List and limits - Canada.ca WWW.CANADA.CA Mandatory cannabis testing for pesticide active ingredients - List and limits
  13. The City of Toronto says charges have been laid against the operators and property owner of an illegal cannabis dispensary in the Little Italy area following a raid on Thursday. Officers from Municipal Licensing and Standard entered Loud Head Shop and Paraphernalia on Bathurst Street around 11:30 a.m. The city says Toronto police were also on scene to “ensure the safety of everyone involved in the inspection.” Eleven pounds of dry cannabis and “large quantities” of cannabis edibles, oils, shatter and CBD products were seized during the raid. The shop has been sealed with the help of a locksmith and the property owner and operators have been barred from entering the premises. The operators of the dispensary were present during the inspection and the city says they were charged under the Cannabis Control Act. They are facing fours counts of unlawful sale and distribution of cannabis and were issued a summons to court. The property owner was not present but will also be facing one count of knowingly permitting the illegal dispensary to operate on their premises. Selwyn Pieters, the lawyer representing the dispensary, says shops like Loud provide a service to people that need access to safe, well priced cannabis products. “Obviously, where you have dispensaries like Loud existing — they’re simply meeting a demand. These stores are providing a supply that is safe, that is healthy and that is reasonable for consumers,” he says. Pieters also says the recent commitment by police to renew their “aggressive posture” against cannabis dispensaries will put consumers at risk. “When [they] shut them down, [they’re] sending consumers who could have gotten safe product … back into the streets where it could be precarious and dangerous,” he says. The store operators are due in court on April 12 and charges against the property owner will be heard on April 17. Little Italy pot shop operators facing charges under Cannabis Control Act TORONTO.CITYNEWS.CA The City of Toronto says charges have been laid against the operators and property owner of an illegal cannabis dispensary in the Little Italy area...
  14. OPP arrest 2 women in raid at Cambridge pot shop Ontario Provincial Police say they have arrested two women and shut down an illegal pot dispensary in Cambridge. OPP say that on March 7, as a result of a warrant they conducted a raid at an illegal cannabis storefront on Queen Street East. During the raid, they seized cannabis, hash, CBD oil, shatter, CBD edibles, CBD lotions and creams, cannabis plants, and CBD vape pens while also arresting two women. Jade Marie Janes, 18, and Madison Nicole Chester, 32, both of Cambridge, have been charged with possessing cannabis for the purpose of selling and possession of cannabis for the purpose of distribution. OPP arrest 2 women in raid at Cambridge pot shop GLOBALNEWS.CA Ontario Provincial Police say they have arrested two women and shut down an illegal pot dispensary in Cambridge.
  15. 3 MMJ raids in Hamilton MMJ's in Hamilton feeling the cannabis act, and the new provincial cannabis enforcement teams pinch. Officers from the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team hit three locations of the chain Wednesday. - Officers from the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team - "All I can say is under the Cannabis Act, search warrants have been issued to three dispensaries," Hamilton police media officer Const. Lorraine Edwards said. Edwards said she didn't have more details since the provincial team, not local police, led the raids. -Using new powers under the Ontario Cannabis Act, police have seized buildings and barred their doors to prevent them from reopening. Police raid three MMJ pot shops in Hamilton WWW.GUELPHMERCURY.COM Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team hit two dispensaries in east end and one in central city /
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