Why did a flower shop in Toronto sell flowers?
The flower shop of Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market is no longer selling flowers.
The flower shop was closed last week after it was accused of selling more than 50 kilograms of cannabis in a span of a few months.
The shop was also accused of violating the city’s drug control law.
According to the Toronto Police Service, the shop sold more than 10,000 grams of cannabis between July 2017 and February 2018.
The store’s owner was charged with violating the drug control act, and has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Police say the shop owner also sold a number of cannabis products in the area, including pot, hash oil, and hashish.
It is not clear if the flower shop has been fined.
The city of Toronto says the shop was fined $500 for a previous offence.
The owner of the flower and marijuana shop says he’s not happy about the charges and is taking legal action.
The St. John’s flower shop owner says he will be filing an injunction to get the charges dropped.
The investigation is ongoing.