North Wales police and crime commissioner says ‘war on drugs’ will continue to fail without radical change.
It’s a clear sign Hamilton is losing its battle against illegal marijuana dispensaries. Every time police or the city try to shut one down, new numbers show, they just open back up again.
With recreational marijuana set to become legal on Oct. 17, police forces across Canada are stepping up efforts to train officers to detect drivers under the influence of the drug.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has told top brass at the city’s police department to stop arresting people who are caught smoking marijuana in public, according to a City Hall aide.
Police in Saanich have spent the last week raiding a warehouse that was home to a black market edibles operation responsible for selling infused cannabis products to customers across Canada.
Police have raided a Saanich-based business that CTV News has learned is a major player in the cannabis edibles industry.
CANNABIS CULTURE – “If we don’t take action now We’ll settle for nothing later We settle for nothing now And we’ll settle for nothing later.” – Rage Against The Machine, Settle For Nothing
CANNABIS CULTURE – Saturday’s Global Marijuana March was a global day of action by cannabis activists worldwide.
CBC News has learned Const. Vittorio Dominelli and his partner are under investigation.
An Edmonton man awaiting drug charges says a police raid of his south Edmonton store was “a waste of time.”