Question of the Week | June 14

With pot about to be legalized, do you think illegal grow-ops pose a threat to society?

  • Jun. 13, 2018 1:30 p.m.

BACKGROUND: A room full of marijuana plants, with enough dried product to make more than 20,000 joints, was seized by police in Thornhill last week.


Terrace RCMP are reporting that on June 7 around 6 p.m., officers executed two search warrants on a property near Thornhill Street and Old Lakelse Lake Drive after receiving a tip about a grow operation.

Police confiscated 723 plants, all in various stages of growth, along with 15 pounds of dried marijuana said to be valued at$68,000. Processing and growing equipment, as well as chemicals, were also seized by police.

FULL STORY: Terrace police bust pot operation in Thornhill

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