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Why cannabis might make your eyes red

Why cannabis might make your eyes red

What causes red eyes and how you can minimize this effect.
Brewed in our backyard

Brewed in our backyard

“Do you want to experience a true Canadian date?” I was new to Canada and was ecstatic to experience the Canadian culture in all its glory.
Camouflaging and delayed diagnosis in Autism

Camouflaging and delayed diagnosis in Autism

Christiana Goetz, M.A., Clinical Psychology Doctoral Intern, is discussing camouflaging and delayed diagnosis in Autism.
Your Northwestern Ontario guide to event tent rental services

Your Northwestern Ontario guide to event tent rental services

With nearly 30 years of experience, Perfect Parties is northwestern Ontario’s number one trusted event rental company. 
How to participate in Autism Acceptance Month

How to participate in Autism Acceptance Month

Christiana Goetz, M.A., Clinical Psychology Doctoral Intern is helping people understand what Autism is.
Tbaytel Tamarack House is a home away from home for thousands of regional patients

Tbaytel Tamarack House is a home away from home for thousands of regional patients

Tbaytel Tamarack House is a home away from home for northern Ontario residents receiving life-saving cancer treatment.
Explained: Terpenes, CBG and CBN

Explained: Terpenes, CBG and CBN

Where does cannabis get its distinct scent?
Locally owned and operated cannabis store is celebrating 30 years in business

Locally owned and operated cannabis store is celebrating 30 years in business

Rainbow On Bay has been serving the city of Thunder Bay for everything cannabis-related for nearly three decades.
Understanding how cannabis works its way through your system

Understanding how cannabis works its way through your system

All of your cannabis questions answered here.
Close partnerships the key to a brighter, more equitable future for Indigenous communities across Canada

Close partnerships the key to a brighter, more equitable future for Indigenous communities across Canada

PCL Construction aims to partner with Indigenous communities to build capacity and infrastructure
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