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15 charged after police raid Toronto marijuana dispensary

A marijuana plant at the AmeriCanna Edibles facility on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 in Boulder, Colo. Canada's police services say there is zero chance they will be ready to enforce new laws for legalized pot by next summer. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Joe Mahoney

Fifteen people are facing drug charges after Toronto police raided a downtown marijuana dispensary on Monday.

Police say they searched the Canna Clinic dispensary that evening and seized close to 169 kilograms of marijuana, 14.5 kg of marijuana oil, 4.9 kg of the marijuana-related drug shatter, as well as more than $14,400 in cash.

Each of the 15 accused is charged with three counts of drug possession for trafficking purposes, three counts of drug possession and one count of possession of the proceeds of property obtained by crime.

They are scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 23.


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Not sure how I feel about these raids. Technically, it is still illegal but…come on.

September 13, 2017 at 2:07 pm

@Lasher500: Even after marijuana becomes legal, dispensaries will still be illegal since only the government will be authorize to sell.

September 13, 2017 at 2:13 pm