B.C. The Supreme Court ordered dozens of illegal marijuana shops in Vancouver to stop operations.
It is a victory for the city, which filed 53 orders against illegal businesses in April.
On Thursday, the city said some of these shops were closed before the case made it through the court, but the remaining 28 have been ordered closed.
City officials have no jurisdiction over the sale of marijuana, but it regulates how and where businesses operate.
Since the legalization on October 17, the pot shops in Vancouver need a development permit, a provincial retail license and a new municipal business license to remain legally open.
More to come.