In this episode of CinC Live, Jason Wilcox sits down for an exclusive chat with Aaron Bott, president of the non-profit Mobile Access Compassionate Resources Organization Society (MACROS) which had been illegally supplying marijuana to users with a Health Canada medical marijuana licence or a prescription from their doctor for 11 years without any issues. MACROS was raided by police earlier this week.

As we wrote at the time the news broke:

Alberta‘s Green Team has charged three people and seized 200 cannabis plants after a month-long investigation into an Edmonton cannabis farm.

The investigation began when police realized Mobile Access Compassionate Resources Organization Society, or MACROS, was selling non-LP cannabis. Last Wednesday, police seized a large amount of cannabis-infused baked goods, candies, oils and dried buds during a search warrant at the shop. They also followed the supply chain and searched the home in Strathcona County where they found 200 cannabis plants and an extraction lab to make hash oil.

Robert Cyre, 66, faces two counts of production of a controlled substance and possession for the purpose of trafficking. His wife, Janice Cyre, 64, faces two counts of production of a controlled substance and two counts of possession for the purpose of trafficking. Her son, Aaron Bott, 40, faces one count of possession for the purpose of trafficking.

The Cyres’ founded MACROS 11 years ago to supply cannabis to people with a Health Canada medical marijuana license or a doctor’s prescription.”