POT CAFE'S LICENCE COULD BE REVOKED The owner of a Vancouver cafe that sells pot over the counter will appear at a hearing where her city-issued business licence might be revoked. Barb Windsor, Vancouver's deputy chief licensing inspector, said yesterday a panel of three city councillors will hear evidence Sept. 15 relating to the operation of the Da Kine Smoke & Beverage Shop before making a recommendation to city council. Owned by Carol Gwilt, the Da Kine cafe is permitted to sell pre-packaged food - no food preparation is allowed on-site- along with publications, gifts and clothing. Vancouver police spokesperson Sarah Bloor said earlier the police force "had concerns" when the cafe first applied for licensing in January. But despite those unspecified concerns, which police raised with city staff, a business licence was issued May 4. On Wednesday, Gwilt admitted to the media her shop has been selling marijuana over the counter since opening four months ago, although no drugs are displayed.