Supt. Kevin Jones in Saskatchewan says the investigation has been underway for 18-months.
He says it began as an organized crime investigation in Saskatchewan but clues led to B.C., and one person was arrested on marijuana trafficking charges in Merritt on June 9.
A video surveillance system was also seized from the Merritt home and seven other arrests have been made, including two in Kelowna and five in Regina.
Jones says raids in both provinces have netted $120,000, 1.5 kilograms of cocaine, 1.1-kilograms of marijuana and several weapons.
He says all the suspects face charges ranging from trafficking to participating in a criminal organization. (CHNL)
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