‘I didn’t expect it to go this wild,’ says Shirley Martineau as Auntie’s Health and Wellness locked out.
A Halifax business shut down after a police raid on Friday has reopened its doors in the wake of drug charges against its employees, and is continuing to dispense medical and recreational marijuana.
It’s business as usual at Auntie’s Health and Wellness Centre on Barrington Street in downtown Halifax, despite the fact the store is openly breaking the law and selling marijuana.
Reg Rankin wants a staff report on how much marijuana’s smell can affect neighbours.
A man who runs a medical marijuana shop raided by police last week was granted bail in Halifax provincial court Monday.
A medical marijuana lounge in Halifax was raided by police on Thursday and its owner taken into custody, witnesses say.
A group spokesperson said visitors wanted to learn more about how cannabis can help people's health
Undisclosed number of P.E.I. residents filed complaints against federal government for mailout mixup
Bob Dillman was first authorized to grow marijuana for his own medical use in 2008. Now, almost seven years later, he and his wife are facing charges of possession and production of cannabis.
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