The unauthorized sale of cannabis on Nova Scotia’s First Nation Reserves and the current “trafficking” operations are no different than bootlegging alcohol says Chief, who would 'absolutely' support RCMP enforcement.
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The Gitsegukla First Nation has issued a public warning of fentanyl-laced marijuana in the community. The band office issued the notice July 29, saying blood work confirmed two members had been affected.
At least three cannabis operations have set up shop in Millbrook, despite the lack of any formal government agreement to permit retail marijuana sales outside of the NSLC’s domain. Shops selling pot under treaty right claim.
The illegal online marijuana market is raising security concerns among experts: Just four days after Georigia Peach saw all it’s illegal marijuana dispensaries shut down, the store reminded it’s followers they could still buy their weed on their website.
The OPP-led Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team (PJFCET) was created to dismantle organized crime and illegal cannabis trafficking. It includes officers from Anishinabek police.
Dispensary chain had four locations closed by Hamilton police last week, opened and closed another store, before Six Nations venture: On the same day Georgia Peach announced it had opened a in Six Nations, police raid the Ohsweken property.
Pot shop on FWFN ‘not a legal entity’ for sale of cannabis say police: A so-called pot shop on the Fort William First Nation that was rumoured to open on Tuesday is in fact illegal according to Anishinabek Police Service.
OPP-led task force probing non-approved dispensaries: Public complaints led the community street crime unit to the Soaring Eagle Medical Dispensary on County Road 36, he said. Officers seized marijuana, shatter, cannabis...
Two separate alleged illegal cannabis storefronts located in Henvey Inlet First Nation were raided on Friday, Jan. 4 2019, resulting in the arrests of three men.
Sarnia’s chief of police made good on a pledge last week when officers raided two smoke shops on the Aamjiwnaang First Nation and arrested five men for running illegal marijuana stores. Despite more police busts, illegal pot shops continue to pop up