The Port of Montreal longshoremen angry

The coming into effect of new work schedules has increased tensions between longshoremen in the Port of Montreal and their employer, TVA Nouvelles said. Hundreds of workers affiliated with the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) learned last Thursday that new work schedules will soon be in effect. On Sunday, they gathered in a reception room […]

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After the pot plant, the prison

Two young employees of an “industrial” illicit cannabis production network, whose boss was shot dead in Montreal, will have to languish in jail for two years. Alexandre Desroches, 27, and Mathieu St-Cyr, 26, recently received this sentence at the courthouse in Saint-Jérôme, a few weeks before we see thousands of Quebeckers lining up for cannabis. […]

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A price war of the pot is started

Organized crime intends to maintain market share with legalization Cannabis prices on the black market are down sharply across the province within 24 hours of pot legalization for recreational purposes in the country, Le Journal reported . On the site priceofweed.com, many consumers report downward figures in both Montreal and Quebec City. There are prices per gram ranging […]

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