Most charges dropped in Saskatoon marijuana dispensary case

Police raided Saskatchewan Compassion Club in October 2015

By Charles Hamilton · CBC – Nov 9, 2017

Crown prosecutors have dropped charges against individuals tied to the Saskatchewan Compassion Club after a raid two years ago.

Police raided the Saskatoon organization in October 2015. Marijuana was seized from the club and it was eventually closed down.

Founder Mark Hauk and two others were charged with trafficking marijuana and cannabis resin, and possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking.

Thursday morning, prosecutors announced all charges against the individuals will be dropped.

The Saskatchewan Compassion Club company has agreed to plead guilty to one count of trafficking and will be fined $6,500.

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