Saskatchewan Doctor Ian Cowan Accused Of Trading Marijuana For Stereo Speakers

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REGINA – A Regina doctor is accused of unprofessional conduct for allegedly giving someone he was involved with marijuana so he could get his stereo speakers back.

The allegation posted on the website of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan claims Dr. Ian Cowan gave two people who lived in Swift Current pot in 2011.

It says the doctor had been involved with one of them and, when that relationship ended, she kept some Bose speakers.

It's alleged the pot was given to the woman or the other person in return for the speakers.

The doctor is also accused of prescribing marijuana for medical purposes to a patient, who then gave pot back to the doctor for him to use.

Cowan could not be immediately reached for comment.

The doctor's profile on the college's website shows he was suspended for two months in 2001 after pleading guilty to prescribing medications to a person with whom he had a sexual relationship.

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