City of St. Albert updates bylaw to ban smoking in parks and within 10 metres of non-residential doors

Smokers in St. Albert will no longer be allowed to light up in parks or within 10 metres of non-residential doors after city council passed an amendment to its smoking bylaw on Tuesday. Earlier in the year, city administrators conducted a survey about the issue with over 2,000 people. Watch below: (From March 13, 2019) St. Albert is considering a […]

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Alberta sees most money spent on cannabis since legalization: StatCan

Albertans have spent the most money on cannabis since it was legalized last fall, according to new numbers from Statistics Canada. Related Contrary to widespread belief, cannabis addiction is possible. Here’s what it’s like 4 things we misunderstand about marijuana when we think of it like alcohol Alberta Government collects $30M from cannabis tax since legalization Ontario cannabis sales more […]

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N.B. Policing Association wary of legalization of cannabis edibles

There’s increasing concern among law enforcement officials in New Brunswick, who say they still don’t have the resources to properly police edibles. Sgt. Chanel Roy, president of the New Brunswick Policing Association, says officers still don’t have a reliable roadside method of detecting if drivers have smoked pot, let alone those who have eat or drink it. “Testing it is […]

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First legal cannabis store in Kelowna opens its doors

The first legal cannabis store in Kelowna opened its doors on Thursday morning. A lineup had assembled outside Hobo Recreational Cannabis Store in anticipation of being able to lawfully purchase marijuana, nine months after it was nationally legalized last October. An inside look at Hobo Recreational Cannabis Store in Kelowna. Located at 2121 Springfield Rd., Hobo Recreational is one of […]

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