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Canadians favour marijuana legalization, curious about weed edibles: survey

Canadians favour marijuana legalization, curious about weed edibles: survey

HALIFAX — Canadians appear to have an appetite for marijuana-infused munchies, according to a new survey that found a healthy majority both supported the legalization of recreational pot use but had clear concerns about children's access to edible pr
B.C. government invites public to share views on marijuana rules

B.C. government invites public to share views on marijuana rules

VANCOUVER — A Vancouver councillor says it may take years, but he can see the day a craft cannabis industry emerges in British Columbia, with smoking lounges in the city allowing people to responsibly sample strains of specially cultivated marijuana.

Paralympian sues University of Regina over accident that left her a quadriplegic

REGINA — A Paralympian who was left paralyzed after a diving accident says she knew the injury was bad the moment it happened.

B.C. man acquitted of four terrorism charges related to Facebook posts

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia man accused of using his Facebook account to express support of "lone wolf" terrorist attacks has been acquitted of all charges.
Nature Conservancy finds endangered greater sage grouse on Saskatchewan property

Nature Conservancy finds endangered greater sage grouse on Saskatchewan property

REGINA — Biologists have made a discovery on a swath of native grassland in southwest Saskatchewan that they are calling exciting, but are also hesitant to talk about.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle make first official public appearance together

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle make first official public appearance together

TORONTO — Prince Harry and his girlfriend Meghan Markle chose to make their public debut as a couple in Toronto on Monday, making an unexpected but highly anticipated appearance together at the Invictus Games, the international sporting competition s
Saskatchewan rink benefiting from having signed Gordie Howe jersey stolen

Saskatchewan rink benefiting from having signed Gordie Howe jersey stolen

ASQUITH, Sask. — An ice rink in Saskatchewan that had a signed Gordie Howe jersey stolen has received so many sports items it is having an online auction.
Montreal bagel boss says his new plan will make neighbours breathe easy

Montreal bagel boss says his new plan will make neighbours breathe easy

MONTREAL — Robert Morena, co-owner of one of Montreal's most-famous bagel shops, asked his neighbours to be patient on Monday, saying they'll soon be able to breathe easier.

Pediatricians say kids, teens should avoid sports and energy drinks

TORONTO — Kids and teens should not drink sports or energy drinks, the Canadian Paediatric Society says in a new position released Tuesday that takes a stand against the sugary beverages. Dr.
Six stories in the news for today, Sept. 26

Six stories in the news for today, Sept. 26

Six stories in the news for Tuesday, Sept. 26 ——— LABOUR STANDARDS TAKE SPOTLIGHT AT NAFTA TALKS Labour standards are on the agenda today and tomorrow at the third round of NAFTA negotiations in Ottawa.