23-year-old Calgary Driver Gets West Vancouver’s First Cannabis Ticket

A 23-year-old Calgary man has been issued West Vancouver’s first ticket for driving with cannabis since the drug was legalized last month.

Const. Jeff Palmer of West Vancouver Police says an officer at a roadblock saw an unlit pipe in the centre console of the man’s 2010 Jeep packed with what appeared to be cannabis on Tuesday.

Palmer says there was no indication that the driver was impaired so he was allowed to go, but not before being handed a $230 ticket under the new B.C. Cannabis Control and Licensing Act.

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