This Guy Is Suing Toronto For $1 Million Over The Dispensary Crackdown

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The raids on Toronto dispensaries have changed the market landscape in Canada. Now the product most widely available is fear, and with fewer dispensaries providing medicine, patients are suffering. One man has decided to take a stand and is suing Toronto for $1 million dollars because the shutdown has affected his ability to get his medicine.

Taking away the medicine

Raymond Hathaway is a paralegal who lives in Scarborough. He uses Phoenix Tears, a whole plant cannabis extract known as Rick Simpson oil to treat an inoperable tumor on his spine. At least, he did until the raids in Toronto closed the dispensaries he went to in order to purchase his medicine. Now, he has to make dozens of calls and travel longer distances to try to find a place that stocks his medicine. The search has been less than fruitful, and the travel less than pleasant.

Now, he has to make dozens of calls and travel longer distances to try to find a place that stocks his medicine. The search has been less than fruitful, and…

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