Realtors push for registry of properties used as meth labs, grow houses

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Homes that have been used in the past to produce methamphetamine or grow marijuana can be contaminated by mold and other toxins and the government should create a “grow-op” registry to alert prospective buyers to potential issues, the Association of Saskatchewan Realtors maintains. Property owners would be able to get homes removed from the list once remediation has been completed, CBC news reports. Source: cbc.ca