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Illicit Toronto Dispensary Refuses to Be Stonewalled

Despite multiple closure orders and physical deterrents, Toronto's illicit dispensary chain CAFE won’t quit.

Postal Carrier Caught in Conspiracy to Mail Cannabis

The package labels contained false names but real addresses, prosecutors say, and the mail carrier delivered packages to a dealer in the postal station's parking lot.

Wisconsin Cannabis Arrests Hit Black Residents Hardest

If Wisconsin decriminalizes, there would likely be a decrease in arrests and a reduction in the state's jail and prison population. But data suggest that the state's racial disparities will persist.

CannTrust Halts Sales as Health Canada Investigation Expands

CannTrust has placed a hold on cannabis sales and retail distribution following bombshell allegations.

California Ad Campaign Targets Illegal Cannabis Businesses

"Do you know what's hiding in your counterfeit edibles?" one ad asks.

US House OKs Plan to Block Federal Cannabis Interference

The Democratic-controlled US House of Representatives has voted to block the Justice Department from interfering with states that have legalized cannabis for adult use.

Ontario Quietly Removes Illegal Dispensary Residence Loophole

And, they implemented mandatory minimum fines.

Huge Cement Blocks Bar Access to Illicit Toronto Dispensaries

As illegal cannabis stores attempt to continue operation, city agents have escalated their tactics.

5 Wacky Canadian Cannabis Laws You Didn’t Know Existed

Cannabis might be legal in Canada, but these obscure laws might surprise you.

Smoke-Free Ontario Act to Keep Vapes Hidden at Cannabis Stores

If you sell a vaping device, you may neither show it to customers before they buy it, nor let them handle it.

How to Travel With Cannabis in the Car

Here’s how to safely transport your cannabis from point A to point B without breaking any rules.

RCMP Silent on 2014 Drug Bust Involving Major Licensed Producer

The RCMP in BC and in Ottawa debated "strategic considerations," including informing the press.

Legalization Gave Police Time to Fight Real Crime, Study Finds

US police spend five hours per week, per officer—$13.7 billion each year—on marijuana crimes.

Niagara Senior Arrested for 1,200 Cannabis Plants, Claims Personal Use

A search warrant was issued based on the strong smell of cannabis emanating from his house.

Alaska Officials Clash Over Cannabis Investigations

Alaska marijuana regulators expressed frustration this week with the limited cooperation they say they're receiving with investigations from the state Department of Public Safety.

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