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Canadian police acting under orders from US officials raided the headquarters of the British Columbia Marijuana Party (BCMP) in Vancouver on the morning of Friday, July 22.
Emery In Valley For Hempfest VANCOUVER – Police raided a pot activist’s business Friday, acting on a search warrant requested by the U.S. government. The U.S. wants Marc Emery extradited to face charges on the sale of marijuana seeds on the Internet and by mail.
Philippe Lucas calls police estimates of the amount of pot required to make a joint ridiculous
IROQUOIS FALLS, Ont. — Police in northern Ontario have charged a Toronto man after they found marijuana fields stretching “three football fields in length” in what is considered to be one of Canada’s largest pot busts.
The controversial Marijuana Decriminalization Bill has already died twice on the Order Paper. It’s up before the House Justice Committee this fall, but lobbyists say there’s little support for the bill, on either side of the decriminalization debate.
VANCOUVER (CP) — It’s known as the marijuana capital of Canada, a haven for potheads, where grow-ops spring up at such a rate that police can’t keep up with the multibillion-dollar industry that rivals tourism and forestry with its economic clout.
There is a better way for the Kubby family to get its wish to live in Canada. It needs to solve its problems in the United States and then follow the same channels required of anyone else who wants to immigrate to this country.
A marijuana fugitive says a Canadian immigration court ruling won’t see him returned to the U.S. to face home imprisonment on drug charges any time soon.
OSOYOOS — It was the largest drug seizure in the history of the Okanagan-Kootenay district of the Canada Border Services Agency
Well-known Abbotsford marijuana activist Tim Felger says he has a business licence for a building on Essendene Avenue downtown Abbotsford. The City of Abbotsford says he doesn’t.« Previous Entries