Two years ago, you may have heard about the Canadian government's decision to legalize and regulate the growth and production of cannabis.
Although similar programs are in place in some U.S. states, the change in Canada's law affected the country at large and set the limits by which people could own cannabis products and cultivate their own marijuana plants.
As the government's website explains, the law now allows adults to publicly possess and share up to 30 grams of the stuff among each other, as well as grow up to four plants at home for personal use.
This change in regulation has the dual purpose of keeping criminals from profiting off cannabis production and ensuring that marijuana stays out of the reach of underage Canadians.
However, one story coming from the province of Ontario shows that this doesn't mean criminal organizations have given up on their grow operations. And as we're about to see, they haven't become any less bizarre about the way they do business.