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- 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
- 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.
- Quebec cannabis stores set to open 7 days a week
The stores will be open seven days per week as of May 20.
- 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
- 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
- New Alberta Cannabis Council will lobby for budding weed industry
“What the cannabis sector in this province needed was for the industry to organize and get unified,” says the group’s executive director. The Al
- Which Edmonton festivals will welcome weed smokers this summer?
Folk fest is giving the green light to cannabis this year, but most outdoor events in the city will make you indulge elsewhere. Here’s what the orga
- Support for legalized recreational cannabis dropping among Canadians, new study suggests
The Dalhousie survey also indicates many Canadians are lukewarm about October’s planned rollout of cannabis-infused edibles.
- In the wake of alarming stories, Canadians are less open to marijuana edibles: poll
As horror stories about grey-market cannabis edibles pile up, Canadians are less open to trying the legal versions, a poll shows.
- Nearly 1 in 5 Canadians have tried cannabis in the last 3 months: Statistics Canada
Figures from the National Cannabis Survey released today show that 5.3 million or 18 per cent of Canadians aged 15 years and older said they used pot
- 4 things we misunderstand about marijuana when we think of it like alcohol
Since legalization, cannabis has become more available to people whose habits and assumptions have been formed by alcohol consumption — but that has
- Cannabis education course now a requirement for Ontario pharmacists
The regulatory body has told its members they have until March 27, 2020 to complete an accredited course that could help them address what has been a
- Ontario pot shops who failed to open by April 15 face more penalties
In all, eleven pot retailers have been fined $12,500 each for not opening their stores by April 15.
- Canada reviewing second roadside cannabis test device
The handheld device is now in a 30-day public review window after the government posted its intention to allow police to use the device.
- No spike in cannabis-impaired driving charges 6 months after legalization: RCMP
Canadian police say they haven't been busting many more stoned drivers six months after legalization, but they are reminding drivers to keep cannabis
- First 4-20 protest on Parliament Hill since cannabis legalization gets rained out
It was a blow out, man, the kind that's a total drag.
- Parliament Hill pot protest meets new bureaucratic hurdles after legalization
A program director for 4-20 Ottawa says his group is encountering more red tape today than on past April 20 protests.