Ontario Provincial Police

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

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

Black market cannabis linked to organized crime being exported to U.S. from Canada: OPP

As part of an Ontario Provincial Police enforcement project tracking black market cannabis, investigators say they have uncovered sophisticated operations connected to organized crime and the exportation of marijuana to the United States. “We see individuals coming in (and) buying up rich agricultural properties, properties… Read More »Black market cannabis linked to organized crime being exported to U.S. from Canada: OPP

Cellphone traffic stop on Hwy. 401 turns into $932K cannabis, cash seizure: Middlesex OPP

What began as a traffic stop for a motorist on a cellphone along Highway 401 ended with officers seizing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of cannabis and cash, and two people charged, provincial police said Tuesday. It happened around 2:30 p.m. Friday along Highway… Read More »Cellphone traffic stop on Hwy. 401 turns into $932K cannabis, cash seizure: Middlesex OPP

Oneida Nation of the Thames women take stand against drugs in their community – London

Women from Oneida Nation of the Thames and several other First Nations marched through Oneida to bring awareness to what the women are calling a growing drug problem. Over 60 people, the majority of whom were women, participated in the demonstration on Friday afternoon. Read… Read More »Oneida Nation of the Thames women take stand against drugs in their community – London