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Pot is legal – but there are still a lot of rules, and breaking some could leave you in jail
Court documents show that Randy Scott and Megan Hiltz have both been charged with feeding or attempting to feed dangerous wildlife.
Health officials recommend sharing a harm reduction-related message.
With legalization just a week away, a new Ipsos survey suggests that only 18 per cent of employees say upper management has communicated its expectations in the workplace around legal marijuana.
Children are more vulnerable to negative reactions to cannabis due to their size, and newness to its effects, Dr. Tom Kosatsky says
The site is hosted by Fix The Court, a non-partisan judicial reform organization focused on calling for greater transparency in the U.S. Supreme Court.
The utility company, which distributes gas to about one million B.C. locations, said that until the damaged 36-inch gas line in Prince George is repaired, gas supply will continue to be constrained
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection reversed its earlier statement saying those in cannabis industry will be free to cross the border so long as the reason is unrelated to work
Police in Prince George say they have investigated, talked to stakeholders, and don’t believe criminal activity involved
About half of Canadians think so, according to a recent Ipsos survey – just one month after Nike puts focus on Colin Kaepernick
A Greenpeace Canada audit, which inolved shoreline cleanups in Tofino and Vancouver, found nearly half of 2,300 pieces of plastic came from five major companies.
The officers initiated a traffic stop on Robson Street, between Granville and Seymour Streets.
The blast forced about 100 members of the nearby Lheidli T’enneh First Nation from their homes
Homes within several kilometres were placed under an evacuation order as a precaution
The employee assumed an email came from her supervisor back in September, asking her to go out and purchase $500 in iTunes gift cards.
Demonstration was intended to stop oil tankers from leaving the Trans Mountain pipeline terminal in Burnaby, in the middle of a busy summer of protests against the Kinder Morgan project.
Number of pedestrians injured in crashes across B.C. nearly doubles between the fall and winter months
Poor weather got in the way of North Shore Rescue and Lions Bay Search and Rescue being able to reach the hiker on Crown Mountain
The Associated Press reported Saturday that the Senate voted 50 to 48 in favour.
The person, who Richmond RCMP suspect did not have any malicious intent, brought the pre-WWII era hand grenades to the Steveston police station.