Charges result from raid at illegal dispensary: UCCM Anishnaabe Police received information that the High and Buy cannabis store was operating without a licence on the Sheguiandah First Nation.
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Indigenous man from Winnipeg has been sentenced to 10 months in jail for weed possession with intent to distribute under the federal government’s Cannabis Act.
Three Sudbury-area men have been charged with selling pot illegally after police raided shops in Henvey Inlet, south of the city.
After executing two search warrants in Wahnapitae First Nation Thursday, Ontario Provincial Police along with Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team, the North East Region Community Street Crimes Unit, West Parry Sound Crime Unit and the detatchment carried out two more on dispensaries in Henvey Inlet First Nations on Friday.
Six people have been charged following two separate drug raids on the Wahnapitae First Nation.
Ontario Provincial Police say that members of the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team along with members of the Anishinabek Police Service made several arrests and laid charges in connection with what they call two illegal cannabis stores on Wahnapitae First Nation.
Sarnia police arrested four people and seized more than $121,000 worth of cannabis, edibles and cash from the Pot of Gold Medicals and Edibles store south of Sarnia, in the Aamjiwnaang First Nation.
Two people are facing drug charges after police raided an illegal pot dispensary in Chippewa of the Thames First Nation.
Premier Doug Ford's chief of staff ordered senior political aides to direct police to raid outlaw cannabis stores the day marijuana became legal and to show "people in handcuffs," the Toronto Star has learned.
Some dispensaries in Akwesasne will have their legal Canadian pot delivered by boat to avoid bringing it through the U.S. where it remains very much illegal, but despite the unique geographical challenges, the reserve is poised to become a significant player in Canada’s pot industry.