Geary, Aidan 1/1/1997 - 31/12/2018
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1 CN MB: Pot-store Owner Opens Doors AgainWed, 22 Jul 2015
Source:Winnipeg Free Press (CN MB) Author:Geary, Aidan Area:Manitoba Lines:82 Added:07/23/2015

'Not Going Anywhere' Despite Police Order

IN the three weeks since he started selling his product, Glenn Price of Your Medical Cannabis Headquarters has had highs and lows. What he's made clear is, although police have ordered him to stop, he's not going up in smoke.

After a brief hiatus, Price began selling medical marijuana again Tuesday morning, despite being ordered not to by police a week earlier. After a tumultuous few days including two police visits to his shop, a "smoke-in" at Winnipeg police headquarters and a near-doubling in customer interest, Price said Tuesday he's "not going anywhere."

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2 CN MB: Marijuana Dispensary Challenges LawTue, 21 Jul 2015
Source:Winnipeg Free Press (CN MB) Author:Geary, Aidan Area:Manitoba Lines:70 Added:07/22/2015

Any unlicensed seller will be shut down, police say

After a week of turmoil, including two police visits to his shop and a "smoke-in" outside Winnipeg police headquarters, the owner of Manitoba's only medical cannabis dispensary has vowed to reopen today..

Glenn Price was first visited by police last Tuesday at his store, Your Medical Cannabis Headquarters (1404 Main St.). He said he was told to stop selling medical marijuana just two weeks after starting, and although he halted sales for a few days, he promised to start up again.

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3 CN MB: Owner Pledges To Continue Selling PotFri, 17 Jul 2015
Source:Winnipeg Free Press (CN MB) Author:Geary, Aidan Area:Manitoba Lines:73 Added:07/18/2015

Plans to Hold Peaceful Rally at His Shop Next Week

THE owner of the only medical-cannabis dispensary in Manitoba has vowed to stay open, despite being told by police to stop selling his product. Glenn Price opened Your Medical Cannabis Headquarters at 1404 Main St. in March and started selling to Winnipeggers July 1. On Tuesday, Winnipeg police ordered the store to stop, following a service complaint lodged by a group fighting storefront pot sales.

Price doesn't have a licence to sell from Health Canada, meaning his operation is illegal. He hasn't sold any cannabis since last Tuesday, but said he has been giving some away to his customers. He said he's going to resume selling his products on Tuesday, whatever the consequences.

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