TORONTO - Police in two provinces say they've arrested 10 people in a major marijuana trafficking operation.
Police in Toronto and Vancouver say a seven-month-long investigation into the ring culminated Tuesday with 11 raids across the two cities.
They say they seized 295 kilograms of marijuana, $660,000 in cash and eight vehicles in the raids.
Eight men from Ontario and two from British Columbia are facing a raft of charges.
They include trafficking a controlled substance, laundering proceeds of crime and participating in a criminal organization.
Vancouver police say the B.C.-based suspects will be sent back to Ontario to face charges.