Last week Canada made history by becoming the second country in the world and first major G7 country to legalize cannabis for recreational use. As Canadians coast to coast celebrates legalization, the country’s largest city is now having a hard time finding a dealer.\nToronto is known for being fairly liberal when it comes to cannabis use and has had illegal dispensaries operating for years prior to October 17th. It's not uncommon to catch a whiff of someone smoking a joint on the street but now Toronto police raids are making it nearly impossible to pick up weed anywhere in the city.\nREAD ALSO: This Popular Bong Shop In Toronto Just Received A $10 Million Dollar Investment To Become A Canada-Wide Cannabis Retailer\n@cannawholesalersembedded via\nThe Toronto police issued a press release, stating that they raided 10 different dispensaries in the city over the weekend, leading to 21 charges being laid between Friday and Sunday. While cannabis may be legal in Canada, those charges were made under the provincial Cannabis Act due to the grey-area in operating dispensaries.\nREAD ALSO: This Is What You Need To Know For Marijuana Use By Province In Canada After October 17th\nNarcity wrote about how it would technically be illegal to smoke cannabis in Ontario on October 17th. Due to the changes put in place by Premier Doug Ford after taking over for Kathleen Wynne, legal brick and mortar cannabis dispensaries would be unable to open until April of 2019. Instead, the province opted to offer mail order service online to Ontarians for the time being.\nPart of Doug Ford's changes to cannabis legalization in Ontario was the current operating dispensaries could apply to become legal sellers. The catch was that they would have to shutter their stores in October to reopen in April, just like everyone else.\nVia Weedmaps - Toronto, ON\nWhile some dispensaries have chosen to do so, others operating after October 17th are making money on what the government considered "illegal cannabis." That's exactly why there were 10 different dispensaries raided over the weekend between October 19th to the 21st.\nREAD ALSO: This Toronto Cannabis Company Will Pay You $50 Per Hour To Literally Smoke Weed\nWeed Maps lists the dispensaries available in Toronto currently but with the additional 10 closures over the weekend many of the listed dispensaries are actually closed. They've also still got additional listings like The Green Room and Parkdale Compassion Club which have closed their doors to reopen in the spring.\nSo what dispensaries did the police raid? It's trickier than stating that they only closed down and charged dispensary owners because smoking lounges were also included in their brief, making it seem like illegal cannabis sales were also taking place.\nREAD ALSO: Doug Ford Is Already Changing His Mind About Where You Can Smoke Weed In Ontario\nHere's the full list of dispensaries closed in Toronto over the weekend:\nCafe 66 - 66 Fork York Blvd. This dispensary was raided on both October 19th and October 20th. \nCloud 6ix - 333 Spadina Ave. This dispensary was raided on October 19th. \n56 Section - 912 Danforth Ave. This dispensary was raided on October 19th. \nThe Healing Centre Dispensary - 1506 Dundas Street West. This dispensary was raided on October 19th.\nGolden Leaf - 2655 Lawrence Avenue. This dispensary was raided on October 19th. \nAllevi 8 - 250 Church Street. This dispensary was raided on October 20th. \n19 Baldwin Street - Unclear business name. This business was raided on October 20th. \nGreen Corner - 282 Eglinton Ave West. This dispensary was raided on October 21st. \nThe Bud Station - 1506 Eglinton Ave West. This dispensary was raided on October 21st. \nLounge 420 - 1530 Queen Street West. This lounge was raided on October 21st.\nHazy laws around legalization have only led to greater confusion in the province about what cannabis rules are. Torontonians were quick to jump online and comment on how getting weed has become harder since legalization.\nREAD ALSO: Ontarians Who Bought Legal Cannabis Online Just Realized How Disorganized The Ontario Cannabis Store Really Is\nTotal Pot Crackdown – Toronto police raid and shut down five illegal marijuana dispensaries.. I walked down Spadina on Friday night and didn't see anything open.. https://t.co/P60RjJ0Co8 pic.twitter.com/oSs0dPdDle\n— weedloving (@weedlovingca) October 21, 2018\nMy friend in Toronto said she had to go to 4 dispensaries yesterday!\n— Samantha Marie (@samanthamarie) October 22, 2018\nAnyone know what the Toronto police are charging dispensary workers with in the latest raids?\n— Robert Wiseman (@RobertAWiseman) October 21, 2018\nIF ANYONE IN TORONTO HAS WEED OR KNOW A DISPENSARY THATS OPEN PLEASE HMU 6479166758 #WEED #TORONTO #BRINKOFSUICIDE\n— GROSSACE♏️☀️♓️🌙♊️⬆️ (@josephcatta) October 19, 2018\nFor now, it looks like Torontonians are going to have to get cannabis products from the OCS website or take the risk that comes with shopping at a grey-market dispensary.\nWhile it sounds like residents of Ontario's capital are unhappy with the legalization process currently, it's safe to say that when shops open up in April there will be plenty of happy customers.