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Toronto Star
Cannabis Day is coming soon. What's next for Canada's pot plans?
Toronto Star
Ottawa's plan to roll out legalized marijuana on July 1, 2018 will make it Cannabis Day as well as Canada Day. This file photo taken on April 20, 2016 shows a woman waving a flag with a marijuana leaf on it next to a group gathered to celebrate ...
Federal finance minister in town to peddle budget and talk technologyCTV News
As pot legalization looms, will police keep making arrests?Globalnews.ca
Chris Selley: Legalization or no legalization, it's time to get serious about marijuanaNational Post
Times Colonist -News1130 -Calgary Herald -CBC.ca
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CBC.ca
Carbon monoxide poisoning cause of family's death in BC Interior, daughter says
CBC.ca
The death of a family of four has left the community of Venables Valley in B.C.'s Interior grief-stricken. Harvey Volaine, Melissa Penner and their two sons were found dead in their home south of Ashcroft on Friday afternoon. Volaine's daughter ...
Carbon monoxide poisoning likely caused death of rural BC family of fourVancouver Sun
UPDATE: Coroner says foul play ruled out in deaths of Venables Valley familyInfoTel News Ltd
Family of 4 poisonedCastanet.net
CKNW News Talk 980 -Salmon Arm Observer -Merritt Herald -Times Colonist
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CBC.ca
Maxime Bernier says he'd deploy military as needed to stop illegal border crossings
CBC.ca
Conservative leadership candidate Maxime Bernier says he would dedicate more resources to address the flow of migrants crossing the U.S.-Canada border illegally. And if that doesn't work, he'd consider temporary measures, including deploying the ...
Conservative leadership camps ratchet up plans to stop asylum seekersThe Globe and Mail
Kevin O'Leary Appears 'Confused' About Notwithstanding Clause, Expert SaysHuffington Post Canada
Mayor Calls For Proactive Approach On Asylum SeekersBlackburnNews.com
CanIndia News -West Virginia Public Broadcasting
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CTV News
Family looks for answers about woman's laundry chute death as inquest begins
CTV News
REGINA - The family of a Regina woman found dead at the bottom of a hotel laundry chute is questioning how she fit through the chute door. An inquest into the death of Nadine Machiskinic started Monday with police photos and testimony describing the ...
Inquest opens probing death of Regina womanRegina Leader-Post
Delay in toxicology revealed at Nadine Machiskinic inquest in ReginaNews Talk 980 CJME
Nadine Machiskinic's aunt hopes coroner's inquest gets answers, sends messageCBC.ca

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CTV News
A Big House for retirement: Ont. man to live in converted NB jail
CTV News
DORCHESTER, N.B. -- A retired Ontario garbage worker has decided to spend his retirement in jail. Bill Steele of Oshawa, Ont., recently bought a defunct New Brunswick jail with a history of hangings. The 50-year-old man plans to sell his house and take ...

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CBC.ca
Man in his 20s shot near Queensway and Windermere after home invasion, police say
CBC.ca
Toronto Police say a man in his 20s was shot in the Swansea area Monday afternoon after a suspected home invasion. It happened around 4 p.m. near the Queensway and Windermere Avenue area. Paramedics say the man is in serious but stable condition, ...
Man shot, seriously injured in Swansea home invasionCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Man taken to trauma centre after Swansea shootingCTV News
Male injured in west-end shootingToronto Sun

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CBC.ca
Man injured in Shoppers Drug Mart accused of punching loss-prevention officer, stealing $2 pop
CBC.ca
A man who was injured in an interaction with a loss prevention officer at Shoppers Drug Mart at York University allegedly stole a $2 bottle of pop, Toronto police say. The man, 25, has been charged with assault, assault with intent to resist arrest ...
York U investigating 'troubling incident' at on-campus Shoppers Drug MartCTV News
York University probes 'troubling incident' at campus Shoppers Drug MartCP24 Toronto's Breaking News

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Calgary Herald
Alberta still hashing out pot policy as feds aim for 2018 marijuana legalization
Calgary Herald
File - In this April 20, 2016 file photo, customers buy products at the Harvest Medical Marijuana Dispensary in San Francisco. California's lopsided U.S. Senate is nearing a historic end and voters are pondering a long list of ballot questions that ...
Rachel Notley and Brad Wall continue to trade jabs over budget philosophy680 News
Premier Notley 'kind of fond' of ending time change in AlbertaGlobalnews.ca
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley Weighs In On Daylight Saving DebateHuffington Post Canada
CBC.ca -News Talk 650 CKOM
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CTV News
Military says January training plane crash was during aerobatics
CTV News
MOOSE JAW, Sask. -- An initial report into the crash of a training plane says the instructor and student pilot had to eject after getting into trouble practising basic aerobatics. Both Royal Canadian Air Force officers survived the Jan. 27 bailout in ...
More details released on military plane crash near Moose Jaw, Sask.Globalnews.ca
More information emerges on Air Force crash near Moose Jaw in JanuaryCBC.ca
Defence dep't releases details of 15 Wing crashMoose Jaw Times-Herald
Skies Magazine (press release)
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National Post
David Reevely: Ontario Liberals misfire over Tory leader's planned speech reveals their spray and pray strategy
National Post
Still more than a year away from the next election, the Ontario Liberals are blasting wildly away at Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown. Monday, they hit themselves instead. They have a full operation devoted to tracking things Brown and his ...
Conservative Leader Patrick Brown criticized for speaking at event organized by men-only clubToronto Star
Is there a twit club?Toronto Sun

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