The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation pulled a Markham home from its annual lottery prize list because the neighbourhood reeks of pot.
Officials made the decision this week after discovering the beautiful home backs onto a residence where legal — and apparently very pungent — marijuana is grown.
“The growing of a large number of plants in the house has resulted in an intrusive odour in the neighbourhood,” the foundation said in a statement, noting it would replace the house with a cash prize worth just over $1.3 million.
Health Canada stopped issuing licences for patients to grow their own pot in 2014 in an effort to shift marijuana production to commercial producers.
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