After confirming the woman’s well-being, officers checked on the unresponsive man, who was located close to a large-scale illicit drug operation inside the home, the RCMP reports. According to Licence to Grow, licensed medical users in Canada can have a different number of plants depending on location and prescription used. Responding police arrived just before 10:30 p.m. on Nov. 29 to find the woman in distress, but otherwise safe. Inside the home, officers found a number of containers of unknown chemicals and paraphernalia associated with drug use. As for a licensed producer, they may carry out only the actions that are authorized under their licence.
A 9-1-1 call late last month by a Burnaby, B.C. woman who was in emotional distress after a man lost consciousness in her home revealed a massive drug operation featuring cannabis, cocaine and suspected GHB, sometimes called the date-rape drug, forget-me pill or roofies that can render a person unconscious with as little as a teaspoon.
Although the residence in North Burnaby was a licenced cannabis growing operation, the site contained 500 plants over its authorized limit, according to a statement...
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