New shop illegal cannabis

News 19 December, 2017
  • Photo Weedmaps
    On the application Weedmaps, which helps to locate the shop, this last shows photos of the jars containing casseroles of cannabis for recreational use.

    Camille Garnier

    Tuesday, 19 December 2017 20:26

    Tuesday, 19 December 2017 20:26

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    A dispensary cannabis illegal has opened its doors recently in Montreal, a year after the SPVM has closed several shops of the same kind.

    This trade is named The Clinic’s Green, which sells different varieties of cannabis recreational is installed in an apartment on the first floor of a building in the rue Notre-Dame.

    When The Journal is presented, the seller now has refused to answer our questions.

    If this illegal trade has not respected on the street, it is easily locatable with the app for cell Weedmaps, which helps to locate the points of sale of marijuana around.


    In addition to the clinic, the app also allows the user to enter in contact with at least four other sellers offering the delivery or mailing of pot illegally.

    Questioned by The Newspaper about this dispensary is illegal, the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal (SPVM) says that he has received no complaints concerning the institution, but ensures that it will close if there is a place.

    “We will even open an investigation, of course,” said the inspector Mohamed Bouhdid of the post 21, which covers the Old-Montreal. But we will always prioritize the files where there are complaints of residents. “

    Mr. Bouhdid adds that the application Weedmaps is well known from the SPVM that was done in the last few months a search and several arrests related to the sale of pot via this online platform.


    This dispensary cannabis illegal is not the first to open its doors in Montreal.

    In December 2016, the Montreal police had shut down two days after their opening six dispensaries illegal in the chain Cannabis Culture, led by the entrepreneur and activist Marc Emery.

    The man who has already opened several branches in Toronto and Vancouver had been arrested before finally being released.

    Until the legalization goes into effect in July next, the sale of cannabis as a recreational continues to be prohibited in Quebec.