A coalition of groups concerned about the health risks associated with marijuana is calling legalization a "dark day for Canada."
TORONTO — A perusal of the Ontario Cannabis Store's online portal on the first day of legalization turned up an array of expected products — various strains of dried weed, oils and tinctures, and accessories needed to use them.
MONTREAL — Marijuana smoke wafted through the heart of Montreal's downtown shopping district Wednesday as hundreds of people lined up to purchase legal cannabis for the first time at Quebec's state-run shops.
TORONTO — Cannabis was "flying off the shelves" in retail outlets and online stores across the country as Canadians looked to make their first-ever legal purchase of recreational pot and participate in the historic cultural moment.
The online site went live at midnight and Mike Farnworth says it recorded about 1,000 sales in the first hour.
Surrey: The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team continues to work closely with its partners to advance the homicide investigation of 30-year-old Sumeet Randhawa and is requesting public assistance.