He was home without his wife and children smoking his prescribed dosage when a social worker entered the home unannounced. Allegedly, Judge Frame has been vocal in her belief that cannabis use and effective parenting cannot coexist. The Social Worker was furious about the smell, and returned a few weeks later with the RCMP to remove the children from the home. Judge Frame presided over an unrelated trial in 2017 where Street was acquitted of all charges except resisting arrest. Shortly after Victoria’s return, Street was diagnosed with throat cancer and obtained a prescription for cannabis to use in conjunction with chemotherapy.
CANNABIS CULTURE – And if a recent court ruling stands — they could take yours too.
Wayne and Rachelle Street say their four children were taken from them in September of 2017 by Child Protective Services because a case worker was offended by the smell of doctor-prescribed cannabis.
Now, Judge S. Frame has decided to place the children under a continuing care order and the Streets face mounting legal bills to overturn the court’s decision.
This is not the first time the Street family has been broken apart by government intervention.
In 2013, Street’s daughter Victoria was seized at birth, and although he was given...
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