Ontario’s Attorney General went to an Oshawa neighbourhood Thursday to seize a home under the Civil Remedies Act which had been used as a marijuana grow-op.
“The house has been forfeited to the Crown,” Michael Bryant said. “The marijuana grow operation is out of business and up in smoke.”
It is the first time the Civil Remedies Act has been used in Oshawa to seize a house which was once used as a grow-op. Bryant said it will not be the last.