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- New Brunswickers are avoiding buying pot with credit cards, sales figures show
New Brunswickers are less than half as likely to use credit cards to buy cannabis compared to alcohol. Why? Uneasiness about the U.S. border, one expe
- Federal funding to help B.C. police spot drug-impaired drivers boosted to $10.1 million
The funding is part of $81 million announced by the Canadian government for provinces and territories to support road safety and other public initiati
- 17-month-old baby left in coma and tests positive for cocaine and cannabis as mum and boyfriend are arrested
A BABY boy was left in a coma after doctors found cocaine and cannabis in his system, police say. The 17-month-old was rushed to hospital when he bega
- 20-year-old B.C. woman acquires cannabis shop licence
Amidst the griping and gnashing of teeth that is the red tape of the legal cannabis industry in B.C., a young entrepreneur in a small town seems to be
- Hants County home searched after suspicious package intercepted by police: RCMP
A 29-year-old male was arrested during the search and was later released.
- Chronic pain cases reduced after marijuana legalisation
Washington: Legalisation of recreational marijuana is associated with an increase in its abuse, but does not significantly change health care use over
- Ontario provincial parks gear up for first Victoria Day long weekend since cannabis legalization
For some nature-loving Canadians turning to provincial parks for their Victoria Day celebrations, campfires won't be the only thing set ablaze.
- Why rigid federal rules make marijuana containers really hard to recycle
Plastic cannabis containers are recyclable, kind of, but one licensed producer says you shouldn't put them in your blue bin. Here's why.
- Children are eating cannabis edibles and it’s dangerous, says Montreal Children’s Hospital
An increasing number of young children are being admitted to the ER for cannabis intoxication, the Montreal Children’s Hospital stated.
- Halton police reverse overdose of two teens from unknown substance
The teens began having seizures after smoking what they thought was cannabis. Officers administered the over-dose reversing drug naloxone and the boys
- Quebec cannabis stores set to open 7 days a week
The stores will be open seven days per week as of May 20.
- Milton teens hospitalized after smoking what they believed to be cannabis
Two Halton Region teens were transported to hospital after displaying signs of a suspected drug overdose following consuming what they assumed was can
- Explosions, fires at Edmonton cannabis extraction labs prompt police warning
The Edmonton Police Service says officers have recently busted three extraction labs and urge residents to let them know if they suspect one is operat
- Boy with severe epilepsy is still being denied medical cannabis on the NHS
A BOY with severe epilepsy is still being denied access to medicinal cannabis on the NHS. Mum Charlotte Caldwell, 51, says she is terrified her son Bi
- Cannabis legalization ‘a major hit’ online, cross-Canada study says
MiQ survey of 300,000 online interactions finds enthusiasm among the young, and predicts $32 billion in annual spending on recreational pot.
- Aurora Cannabis preparing for legalization of cannabis edibles, vaping products
Ottawa has indicated edibles containing cannabis and cannabis concentrates would become legal for consumers in October, but the exact timing of produc
- Vets lobby at Parliament Hill to expand medical cannabis laws to include dogs, cats
Currently, the law does not allow veterinarians to prescribe pot for pets, even though preliminary research suggests it could be beneficial in treatin
- Pot for pets: Vets to lobby MPs over extending medical cannabis laws to dogs, cats
Parliament Hill is going to the dogs Wednesday as veterinarians lobby MPs to authorize the use of medical cannabis for critters.
- Quebec government to amend bill targeted at tightening cannabis regulations
A CAQ representative reveals that Bill 2 will be amended, allowing for the consumption of cannabis in certain public parks and spaces.
- Kawartha Lakes students share important safety messages in OPP poster contest
Kawartha Lakes Grade 4 students were invited to make posters promoting safety.