Nova Scotia Pharmacist Fired after Baking Cookies for Patient

A Cape Breton pharmacist has been suspended, fined and fired for making marijuana cookies for a patient and putting them in a pharmacy bag to be picked up at a drug store.

JoAnne Andrews has agreed that her actions amounted to professional misconduct and has been suspended by the Nova Scotia College of Pharmacists for 30 days.

The incident took place at a store in Sydney in September 2016.

-Read more at CBC Nova Scotia