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CAA not high on recent marijuana survey

Nearly half of drivers who are also marijuana users have told a survey they drive better, drive about the same or don’t know if pot impacts their ability behind the wheel. The survey was a poll of one thousand drivers

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Provinces may be getting bigger share of pot

The Trudeau government appears willing to give the provinces and territories a larger share of the revenue it will collect from a federal tax on cannabis. Ottawa initially proposed giving provincial and territorial governments half of the estimated one-billion dollar

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Legal marijauna use step closer to law

Liberal legislation to legalize marijuana has been given final approval in the House of Commons. Bill C-45 passed last night by a vote of 200-to-82. The bill now moves to the Senate for further debate, but Conservatives are threatening to

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$10 marijuana?

You can take a trip for only 10-bucks. The province’s largest marijuana dealer says a retail price of 10-dollars a gram could rake in more than 100-million dollars for the government a year. The 10-dollar fee, estimated after New Brunswick

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Cambridge man bares all at courthouse

A Cambridge man had a thong, but not his bong, in front of the Kitchener courthouse. Jeffrey Shaver was charged with public nudity yesterday in continuing protest against Waterloo Regional Police. He claims police wrongfully arrested him for pot possession

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Friel blasts province’s pot plan

Mayor Chris Friel is blasting the province’s pot plan. Friel says independent growers will be sidelined by the monopoly operated by L-C-B-O and do nothing to eliminate the black market for marijuana. Friel, who is the chair of the Association

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Province says marijuana to be sold in 150 stores, online

The Liquor Control Board will oversee the sale of marijuana in as many as 150 stores once the federal government legalizes recreational use of cannabis next July 1st. At a news conference today (Friday), Health Minister Eric Hoskins and Attorney

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