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Only 238 applications have been approved for cannabis record suspensions.
If successful, the new service will roll out across the rest of Quebec.
Despite a spike in sales, the industry sees little chance of a marijuana shortage.
The Tory leadership hopeful told a B.C. newspaper he disagrees with pot legalization.
Scott Reid says he was fired from the party’s shadow cabinet after voting to legalize pot.
Alberta's Family Property Act kicks in Jan.1 for some common-law couples.
The industry also wants Health Canada's regulations to be reviewed.
Seniors are the fastest growing group of cannabis consumers.
And your favourite CBD-infused tea probably doesn't work, either.