“To be there and do advocacy work, it’s not a breach of conditions, it’s not against the law. And it’s work that needs to be done,” Hauk said. “There’s a lot of work for us to do there outside of us dispensing medicine, and I’m happy to be back there Monday doing that.”
On Oct. 29, Hauk said his operation was raided by 10 Saskatoon police officers, who arrested and charged himself and three others employees. Police also confiscated computers, Hauk’s phone and cannabis.
“They are marijuana trafficking, so they are drug traffickers,” said Det. Insp. Dave Haye the day of the arrests.