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Manitoba mulling a ban on public consumption of edible cannabis products
WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government says it is considering expanding its ban on smoking cannabis in public places to also include consumption of edible products. Justice Minister Cliff Cullen says the government is currently considering the change and ...
Child dead after being hit by transit train in Calgary
CALGARY — Police say a child who was hit by a light-rail transit train this morning in Calgary has died of her injuries. The girl was rushed to Alberta Children's Hospital after being struck by the CTrain in the city's southwest during ...
Prospective jurors assemble for retrial of Dennis Oland in 2011 death of father
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — More than a thousand prospective jurors are slowly filling the seats in a Saint John arena where jury selection is beginning for the retrial of Dennis Oland. Oland, 50, has been charged with the second degree murder of his ...
Halifax smoking ban begins today; city announces several new smoking areas
Halifax's sweeping smoking ban begins today, two days before recreational cannabis is legalized across Canada. The ban in the Nova Scotia capital prohibits smoking or vaping of both nicotine and cannabis on municipal property, except within ...
Man, 70, arrested after noontime bank robbery in downtown Halifax mall
HALIFAX — Police arrested an unusual suspect after a lunchtime bank robbery in Halifax Monday: A 70-year-old man. Halifax Regional Police say a man entered a Scotiabank branch in the downtown Scotia Square mall and demanded money from the teller, ...
Nova Scotia sets prices for weed, but says supply will be limited at first
HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation has set its initial prices for cannabis — but says it will have less than 40 per cent of requested quantities on hand when the drug is legalized for recreational use on Wednesday. The corporation says ...
Blast site at Irving Oil refinery remains 'hot zone' that is off limits
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A week after a fiery explosion at Canada's largest oil refinery rocked the east side of Saint John, N.B., investigators say they have yet to examine the blast site because it remains a "hot zone." At least four ...
Campers will be able to smoke cannabis at campsites in Canada's national parks
Parks Canada says campers will be allowed to smoke cannabis at registered campsites in national parks across Canada. As well, hikers in national parks in some provinces — including Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec — will be allowed ...
Defence tells Calgary trial hospital, not parents' neglect, caused child's death
CALGARY — The lawyer for a father accused in his young son's death says treatment the 14-month-old received in hospital — not his parents' neglect — was to blame. David Chow is representing Jeromie Clark who, along with his ...
Sale of vintage bus and subway items draws huge crowd in Montreal
MONTREAL — For many Montrealers, the sound of coins dropping into a fare box or the sight of an original smurf-blue-and-white subway car brings back memories of past commutes and long hours on the road. And on Sunday, hundreds ...