Toronto police raid Canna Club dispensary

Three arrested and 1403.04 grams of cannabis, 301.8 grams of cannabis oil and $1,330 CAD seized

The Toronto Police Service say that on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, at 2:50 p.m., officers from 32/33 Division's Street Violence Task Force executed a search warrant at the Canna Club at 429 Wilson Avenue.

Police alleged that they seized 1403.04 grams of leaf marihuana, 301.8 grams of marihuana oil and $1,330 CAD. Three people were arrested in the raid and charged with possession of a schedule II substance for the purpose of trafficking and possession of proceeds of property obtained by crime under $5,000.

All three are scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall on Thursday, February 22, 2018, 9 a.m., room 114. Read the police news release here. Toronto Police Services have said they will continue to target illegal dispensaries in the city.

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  1. Robert Reply

    How much money did that raid cost I bet it was allot more than $1,330 CAD
    the cops and government just love too waste our tax dollars.

  2. Keith Reply

    Remember to mention this waste of tax payer dollars and police resources next time the cops fail to investigate crimes that have actual victims in them due to "lack of police resources".

  3. Maxcatski Reply

    Wow, they keep hitting Canna, don't they? At least the take is going down. Only $1,300 in cash this time.

    The illegal Ontario dispensaries better get their last licks in while the licking is still good. They will be out of business once the legal pot stores open. There is no way the government will tolerate the competition. And the municipalities will have millions of dollars in cannabis excise tax money to fight the good fight. Step right up and watch the pot industry fund its own war on drugs!