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1 arrested after 70 trash bags of cannabis plants found in rental van: Quinte West OPP

A Hamilton man faces cannabis-related charges following a traffic stop in Quinte West on Sunday night. According to Quinte West OPP, around 7 p.m. officers responded to a complaint about a strong odour of marijuana emanating from a rental van travelling northbound on Trenton-Frankford Road.… Read More »1 arrested after 70 trash bags of cannabis plants found in rental van: Quinte West OPP

OPP say police have dismantled 52 illegal cannabis production sites since July – Kingston

The Ontario Provincial Police released some shocking numbers on the number of illegal cannabis plants they say they seized over the past few months. Since the beginning of July, police say that across Ontario they have seized over 122,000 illegal cannabis plants worth $143 million… Read More »OPP say police have dismantled 52 illegal cannabis production sites since July – Kingston

Trial of Will Jordan continues for third day; blood alcohol of victim was never tested – New Brunswick

Thursday saw the jury back in the courtroom for the third day of the trial of 21-year-old William Ronald Jordan. Jordan is charged with manslaughter after a punch he threw on July 13, 2018, sent 54-year-old Anthony Dwyer to the ground, inflicting a head injury.… Read More »Trial of Will Jordan continues for third day; blood alcohol of victim was never tested – New Brunswick

Labour Board orders Okanagan business to rehire laid-off employees following union drive – Okanagan

An Okanagan business has been ordered to reinstate nine employees after laying them off earlier this month following a union-organizing drive. Last week, the B.C. Labour Relations Board released a 16-page decision involving Potanicals Green Growers Inc., a cannabis-growing operation in Peachland. According to the… Read More »Labour Board orders Okanagan business to rehire laid-off employees following union drive – Okanagan

Sweeping raids at Montreal-area homes lead to seizure of more than 1,000 cannabis plants – Montreal

Montreal police carried out raids at 17 homes and seized more than 1,000 marijuana plants in connection with the dismantling of an allegedly illegal cannabis network. The police force said in a statement the searches took place in Montreal, Laval and Saint-Lazare on Tuesday morning.… Read More »Sweeping raids at Montreal-area homes lead to seizure of more than 1,000 cannabis plants – Montreal

Investigation says B.C. RCMP justified in fatal standoff shooting of armed, suicidal man

An investigation into a B.C. Interior standoff where lethal force was authorized and a man was killed has concluded that police acted accordingly. The Independent Investigations Office (IIO) of B.C. said it looked into the incident, an armed standoff on the afternoon of Jan. 13… Read More »Investigation says B.C. RCMP justified in fatal standoff shooting of armed, suicidal man

Police arrest 16 after 9-month drug trafficking investigation in Ontario and Quebec

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted October 20, 2020 2:04 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ OTTAWA – A nine-month investigation has led to 16 arrests and 138 criminal charges, mainly drug-trafficking counts, in eastern Ontario… Read More »Police arrest 16 after 9-month drug trafficking investigation in Ontario and Quebec

Border officials seize more than a half ton of marijuana at Blue Water Bridge – London

Customs officers at the Blue Water Bridge uncovered more than a half ton of marijuana inside a garbage truck. Officials says that U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officers encountered a trash hauler coming into the U.S. around 11:15 p.m. Sunday that raised some red flags… Read More »Border officials seize more than a half ton of marijuana at Blue Water Bridge – London