The City of Toronto has resorted to working with big concrete blocks to avoid unlicensed marijuana dispensaries from reopening in the metropolis. Blocks ended up 1st placed in entrance of the doors of an alleged illegal dispensary near Yonge and Bloor streets in May well. “We did an original enforcement action at this location a number of weeks ago,” Mark Sraga, the director of municipal licensing and specifications for the Metropolis of Toronto told World-wide Information Radio on Friday. “The…

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