Former Toronto police chief Julian Fantino heads marijuana company after change of heart

Former Toronto police chief Julian Fantino heads marijuana company after change of heart
Warmington: Former police chief Julian Fantino sings the praises of medical marijuana
They should be given a pat on the back.

Former police chief who once said legalizing pot is like legalizing murder launching weed-related company

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Julian Fantino (left) and Raf Souccar (right) cut the ribbon at their new business, Aleafia, in Vaughan on Tuesday. (Martin Trainor/CBC News)Dr. Gary Goodyear, COO and vice-president of research

When you look at Aleafia closely, it does not in any way seem to be related to next year’s pot plans.

The former Toronto police chief was recently named executive chair of a GTA medical marijuana company.

Aleafia says it will connect patients with medically authorized cannabis and other health services at locations across the GTA. It does not dispense cannabis, but rather provides patients with assessments and suggests treatments.
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Aleafia purports to deliver a range of services to patients that go beyond merely connecting them to marijuana products, including physiotherapy and chiropractors. (Martin Trainor/CBC)

Explosions heard in Zimbabwe’s capitalAleafia in Vaughan that he supports legalizing pot, as long as children can’t access it, organized criminals don’t benefit and cops crack down on impaired driving.

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