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    Marijuana Activists Marc And Jodie Emery Granted Bail After Toronto Arrest

    Prominent marijuana activists Marc and Jodie Emery have been granted bail after being arrested in Toronto. The self-styled "Prince" and "Princess of Pot" were arrested at Toronto's Pearson International Airport on Wednesday evening and charged with several drug-related offences on Thursday...
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    ON: Crime Prevention Officers to Visit Marijuana Dispensaries Amid Surge In Robberies

    Marijuana advocates say that they are working with police to create an "open dialogue" whereby dispensary operators will be able to feel comfortable calling 911 in the event of a robbery. At a news conference hosted by the Cannabis Friendly Business Association and the Toronto Dispensary...
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    ON: These 3 Federal Marijuana Recommendations Could Be Key For Toronto

    Toronto has a slightly better picture of how legal weed will work in the city after a task force appointed by the Canadian government released its recommendations Tuesday in Ottawa. The major highlights included a proposed rule that pot sales should be restricted to those 18 and older, with a...
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    ON: A Few More Marijuana Dispensaries Go Up In Smoke In Toronto

    Toronto Police have executed another round of raids, forcing three marijuana dispensary shops to close their doors. In total, six people were arrested. The shops include "Section 56," at 912 Danforth Avenue, "S.W.E.D.," at 988 Pape Avenue, and "S.W.E.D.," at 1898 Danforth Avenue. During...
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    Toronto Might As Well Be Mars When It Comes To Storefront Weed

    Raymond Hathaway, a Toronto paralegal who is suing the city for $1 million for interfering with his access to medical marijuana as a result of police raids on dispensaries back in May, doesn't mince words. "The raids are grand theft, destruction of property, and, from a patient perspective...
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    Toronto Might As Well Be Mars When It Comes To Storefront Weed

    Raymond Hathaway, a Toronto paralegal who is suing the city for $1 million for interfering with his access to medical marijuana as a result of police raids on dispensaries back in May, doesn't mince words. "The raids are grand theft, destruction of property, and, from a patient perspective...
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    Toronto Mayor Welcomes Clarity From Federal Government On Marijuana Dispensaries

    The sale of marijuana in storefront shops such as have cropped up on Toronto streets remains illegal and will be prosecuted until new legislation decriminalizing the substance is in place, possibly in 2017. That was the word from federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould on June 30 at the...
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    Debate On Marijuana Shops Operating In Toronto Deferred Until October

    The debate around Toronto's pot shops will have to wait a few more months as the city has deferred official discussions about the matter until October. In a letter sent to the Licensing and Standards Committee last month, Mayor John Tory asked the executive director to work with the chief...
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    Tоrоntо Cоuncillоr Calls Pоt Shоp Raids A 'Knee-Jerk Reactiоn'

    A Toronto citу councillor is slamming police raids of marijuana dispensaries in the citу as a waste of taxpaуers' moneу. "That was moneу that was not well-spent," Coun. Jim Karуgiannis said Mondaу in response to last week's raids. "It was a knee-jerk reaction because of a couple hundred...
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    The City: Toronto Left In A Haze Waiting For Feds New Marijuana Laws

    A bright flash of reason emerged in the haze of Toronto's new war on drugs this week, when the Toronto Board of Health supported a Joe Cressy motion to essentially ask the federal government what ought to be done about marijuana over the next year or so. That's how long Prime Minister Justin...
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    Toronto Health Board Wants 'Immediate' Clarity On Pot Rules

    Liberal MP Adam Vaughan says that 'the law's the law'. Joe Cressy, Toronto city councillor for Ward 20 and chair of Toronto Drug Strategy Implementation Panel, says issues the government must consider in legalizing marijuana include access, distribution, age appropriateness, marketing, pricing...
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    Dignified Access to Medical Marijuana Prescription

    Greetings Everyone, After hearing and reading some of the stressful situations many people are going through right now trying to obtain a medical cannabis prescription I wanted to put this information out there. I live in Toronto Canada and the best clinic I have come across so far is...
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    Toronto: Hazy Rules Around Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

    They line up to see God at this dimly-lit emporium in the Church and Wellesley area – and then they go home and smoke it. Before opening at 11 a.m., Toronto Dispensary operations manager Marina gingerly reaches into a safe and pulls out more than a dozen glass canisters filled with different...
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    Looking for a MMJ doctor in Toronto (High Park area)

    I suffer from severe osteoarthritis, and since 1971 I've been on everything Percodan, Percocet, Talwin, T-3's, T-4's, and now Oxycontin.Even the little red & white capsules which contain the THC, called Tramadol . So many other pain meds that I've lost track of their names. Had two lower back...
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    Need Help in Toronto

    Greetings, I have suffered from Epileptic seizures for about 10 years. When I was diagnosed I was told i would need medication permanently and could not drive anymore. I struggled with Dilantin(1200mg/day) and Tegeratol(1200mg/day) for about 4 years until I was introduced to Cannabis from a...