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Pot … or not? Small provinces much more prepared for Day 1 of legalization

In theory a plaza in Scarborough, Ont. is soon going to be home to a legal marijuana store. It’s the only Ontario Cannabis Store location so far …

Canada

Will the Senate pass the cannabis bill tonight? No one knows for sure

After six months of fractious debate (and an almost fatal vote), senators will vote tonight on the government's landmark cannabis legislation — a …

Cannabis

Welcome to cannabis country: A province-by-province breakdown of what to expect when marijuana becomes legal

While growing rules will be the same across the country, details, such as where the drug can be bought and used, are being left up to the provinces …

Welcome to cannabis country: A province-by-province breakdown of what to expect when marijuana becomes legal

Sometime later this year, the federal government is expected to pass Bill C-45, legalizing marijuana for adult recreational use. The Senate continues …

Another big Canadian bank dips toes in marijuana sector

A new report on Canada’s legal marijuana industry by the country’s fourth-largest bank signals growing interest in the sector among institutional …

Cities continue to face uncertainty around cannabis revenue sharing

Edmonton city council is antsy to reach an agreement with the province on how cannabis revenue will be filtered into municipalities.“I’d like …

From cannabis to child welfare: Indigenous leaders hold rare special meeting on federal legislation

<b>Lucy Scholey</b> <b><br>APTN News</b><br>With several pieces of Indigenous-focused federal legislation in the works, Indigenous leaders and representatives are exploring …

UN principles key in laws affecting Indigenous people: AFN chief

Assembly of First Nations Chief Perry Bellegarde is urging Ottawa to incorporate “free, prior and informed” principles in legislation impacting Indigenous people. Bellegarde spoke at the AFN’s special assembly on Tuesday.

Google’s Sidewalk Labs project in Toronto raises privacy, data concerns

TORONTO – Andrew Clement hopes privacy-conscious Torontonians won’t have to fear visiting the proposed Quayside neighbourhood.<p>It was about six months …

Toronto

Canada to Scrap IBM Payroll Plan Gone Awry Costing C$1 Billion

Canada plans to scrap a major IBM federal payroll plan that created chaos for thousands of government workers and will have cost the government …

Canada's First Nations seek bigger stakes, profits from oil sector | News Home | Reuters

CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Canada’s First Nations are boosting investments and leveraging their clout with regulators to gain stakes in oil and gas projects as they seek greater returns on energy produced or transported across their territory.<p>Calvin Helin is pictured at Iona Beach in Richmond, …

Canada

Two Maritime provinces announce deals for marijuana regulations and supply

Two of Canada's maritime provinces have made announcements pertaining to their plans for the supply, sale, and distribution of legal, adult-use …

An upcoming Supreme Court case could give First Nations a role in law-making

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada is to begin hearings Monday in an appeal that could force lawmakers across the country to give First Nations a …

The Deadly Racism of Thunder Bay

As of this writing, the investigation into Marlan’s death appears to have hit a dead end—an all-too-common trajectory for police investigations of …

Thunder Bay

Shady Ottawa Dispensaries Close Shop Following VICE Investigation

The chain was accused of exploiting young workers while raking in millions of dollars.<p>Several Ottawa weed dispensaries have shut down after their shady practices were exposed in a recent VICE investigation.<p>The VICE story focused on a national chain of dispensaries that go by the names Green Tree, …

Municipal cannabis decision needed by Dec. 22

<b>Hey there, time traveller!</b><br>This article was published <b>28/11/2017</b> (192 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.<p>Municipal leaders will …

Cannabis

Canada government facing resistance from Senate over pot law | Reuters

OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian government’s plan to legalize recreational marijuana by next July could be in jeopardy, with opposition brewing among some in the Senate and concerns that the deadline to pass the bill is rapidly approaching.<p>Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau waits for the …

Nunavut could pull in $1.4M a year in tax revenue from legal weed, expert says

Nunavut has the most expensive black market weed in the country, which an expert says gives the territorial government an opportunity for significant …

Quebec wants to hear from you on legal marijuana

The Quebec government wants to hear from you about how legal marijuana should be regulated in this province.<p>Quebec public health minister Lucie …

Big Weed is struggling to break even

Canada’s largest weed producer has no problem bringing in a hefty stream of revenue each fiscal quarter but it is still struggling to consistently chart a profit.<p>In its latest earnings report, Canopy Growth Corporation failed to break even, posting a net loss of $4.4 million in the first quarter of …

Cannabis

A simple, inexpensive piece of tech is upending the burgeoning marijuana industry

Behold: The small, cheap device that's disrupting the $7 billion legal cannabis business.<p>This tiny combination of plastic, glass, and metal is a disposable cannabis oil cartridge. It costs anywhere from $30 to $70 (depending on the oil inside), is easily carried in your pocket, and produces …

What is cloud computing? Everything you need to know about the cloud, explained

Updated: An introduction to cloud computing right from the basics up to IaaS and PaaS, hybrid, public, and private cloud.<p><i>Video: Cloud storage - your</i> …

IaaS

Trump says he wants to rip up NAFTA. Inside Canada's plan to stop him.

Wooing America<p>Sixty-four cities, 44 states and 300 contacts. Inside Canada’s six-month mission to one-up the White House in the next NAFTA …

Legal pot may breathe life into small Canadian towns hit by resource losses

DUNCAN, B.C. - In a tree-nestled First Nation community on Vancouver Island, forestry and farming used to be the major industries that kept the …

Cannabis

IT Giant Fujitsu Is Planning to Deploy Multiple Blockchain Business Models

IT giant Fujitsu has revealed new details on its plans to monetize its work on Hyperledger's Fabric blockchain.<p>One of several companies credited with …

A 93% tax rate? Private corporation tax could make it possible

Small business owners across the land are still reeling from last month’s announcement by Finance Minister Bill Morneau targeting private …

Province, First Nations collaborate on mineral development protocol

The provincial government announced on Tuesday in Winnipeg that they are designing a mineral development protocol in collaboration with First Nations …

Pipeline, opioid crisis likely on agenda as Trudeau meets with Vancouver mayor

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to meet with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson this morning, but their once-rosy<br>relationship has been threatened …

Calgary debates where and how to sell cannabis, eyes liquor-store model as template

Calgary city staff are recommending that Alberta set up a private retail system for recreational-cannabis sales, similar to its liquor stores, once the drug becomes legal next summer.<p>Council is set to debate this and other recommendations on cannabis legalization Monday as municipalities across the …