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Trudeau urges police to 'enforce the law' on marijuana

A frustrated Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wants police to "enforce the law" and criminally charge illegal marijuana dispensaries - even though weed legalization is looming.

"People are right now breaking the law," Trudeau told the Star's editorial board on Friday.

"We haven't changed the laws. We haven't legalized it yet. Yes, we got a clear mandate to do that. We've said we will. We've said we're going to do it to protect our kids and to keep the money out of the pockets of criminals."

But the spread of storefront "dispensaries" - scores of which have popped up on Toronto streets this year - is clearly a concern to the prime minister.

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