A New Brunswick Mountie who made national headlines for smoking medical marijuana while in uniform last year has been found dead.
The RCMP and Canadian military have spent nearly $11.5 million in the last eight years on a national search-and-destroy mission for illicit marijuana crops.
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The Mounties say they confiscated two shipments of medical marijuana bound for licensed producers in Ontario at a British Columbia airport because they contained prohibited items.
Medical marijuana producer Tweed Inc. is abandoning a shipment of pot that was seized by the Mounties last week but maintains the company, which is licensed by Health Canada, did nothing wrong.
An eastern Ontario manufacturer at the forefront of Canada’s budding medical marijuana business is trying to find answers after the RCMP seized a shipment of marijuana it had ordered.
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New Brunswick’s Public Safety Department says a Mountie who publicly complained about not being able to smoke medicinal marijuana while on the job was subdued with a stun gun and charged with assaulting another RCMP officer.