Articles tagged with "law enforcement"
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Ex-Cop is First Individual Licensed to Sell Medical Cannabis in CanadaHarrison Jordan - Published on August 16, 2019Read more
More than 200 companies are now licensed by Health Canada to conduct cannabis related activities, and this week, for the first time, it appears that Health Canada has issued a license to an individual, not a corporation.
RCMP raids BC residence over three cannabis plants ‘in public view’Harrison Jordan - Published on August 8, 2019Read more
British Columbia is gaining a reputation of strict, albeit odd, regulatory enforcement.
Is Your Cannabis Legal? Sorry, You Can Still Be DeportedThe Associated Press - Published on August 1, 2019Read more
Immigrants face severe consequences for cannabis, even in states where it is legal. From 2003 to August 2018, more than 45,000 people were deported nationwide for simple possession.
CAFE Customer Charged With Possession of 1 Gram of Illicit CannabisJesse B. Staniforth - Published on July 26, 2019Read more
Raids, barricades, and now this.
How This Chain of Illegal Dispensaries Captured the Hearts of TorontoSoj Ramsay-Taylor - Published on July 25, 2019Read more
And what’s next for the rogue cannabis chain.
42,000 Cannabis Plants Destroyed in California Farms ProbeThe Associated Press - Published on July 24, 2019Read more
Local, state, and federal officials served 28 search warrants to cannabis farms without a permit along the Eel River in northern Mendocino County.
Illicit Toronto Dispensary Refuses to Be StonewalledHarrison Jordan - Published on July 19, 2019Read more
Despite multiple closure orders and physical deterrents, Toronto’s illicit dispensary chain CAFE won’t quit.
Postal Carrier Caught in Conspiracy to Mail CannabisThe Associated Press - Published on July 17, 2019Read more
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 HardestThe Associated Press - Published on July 16, 2019Read more
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 ExpandsHarrison Jordan - Published on July 12, 2019Read more
CannTrust has placed a hold on cannabis sales and retail distribution following bombshell allegations.