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The problem popped up hours after the use of cannabis became legal
Rate reduced for all Canadians, dissident mayors to get annual meeting
The pair received $230 fines for smoking pot in public
Nurses delivered thousands of postcards to the front steps of the B.C. legislature, each carrying a message for violence prevention
Carr says Canada and China aren’t embarking on formal free trade talks
The Liberal government is proposing to strengthen the laws today
On the first day cannabis was legal a young entrepreneur capitalized on cookie sales
Transportation Ministry crews are ready to start work on the Old Fort road
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Advocates say the black market will continue to thrive until small retail shops and craft growers are included in the regime.
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Spending, deficits higher in countries where voting system used
Paul Bernardo plead for release on Wednesday by arguing he has done what he could to improve himself during his 25 years in prison.
State emergency management officials said some 124,500 customers across the Panhandle were still without power Wednesday morning and 1,157 remained in shelters.
Saudi Arabia, which initially called the allegations “baseless,” has not responded to repeated requests for comment from The Associated Press over recent days.
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Hunter was found on a mountainside overlooking Cawston
Trudeau government will streamline pardon process for Canadians convicted of simple possession of marijuana in the past
Ministry has limited cannabis use for caregivers, stating it may “pose a risk to children and youth.”
Pot is legal – but there are still a lot of rules, and breaking some could leave you in jail