Day one cannabis sales in P.E.I. top $152,000
Consolidated Credit Union setting up satellite office at Credit Union ...
The Guardian's Quick Question for Oct. 19, 2018
Close to 950 runners expected for PEISAA cross-country championships
EDITORIAL: Gender inequality
Kensington's strategic development plan moves forward
Small bag of cocaine nets $500 fine for P.E.I. man
Construction of O'Leary cannabis store behind schedule
Cornwall council looking into more transit bus runs
Postal union issues strike notices, could start rotating job action Monday
McGill research finds significant driving impairment 5 hours after cannabis use
No duty to consult Indigenous groups on federal law-making, Supreme Court says
Top court to rule on new hearing in Hells Angels-ordered killing in Nova Scotia
Rain system that will soak N.S. will keep Michael at bay
Problems plagued military trip that led to charges against former NHLer: Report
OTTAWA — Canada's top general is overhauling military morale-boosting tours after an internal investigation uncovered the extent of the problems with a 2017 trip to Latvia that resulted in a sexual-assault charge against a former NHL ...
Change coming, Francois Legault vows as he becomes Quebec premier
Quebec Premier Francois Legault promised to bring renewal and change to the province's politics Thursday after his convincing election victory ended nearly 50 years of Liberal and Parti Quebecois rule. But as he was sworn in as ...
Threatening letter prompts Indigenous family's move from Edmonton-area condo
ST. ALBERT, Alta. — Police are investigating after an Indigenous family in an Edmonton-area condominium received a letter that appears to suggest harm may come to them if they don't leave the neighbourhood. The letter that was ...
Police hand out a few hefty fines for allegedly violating Cannabis Act
The celebratory mood that marked the legalization of recreational cannabis lost a bit of its high for some consumers who found themselves with hefty fines for allegedly violating laws around pot use. Hours after people lined up outside ...
Nova Scotia man charged with first-degree murder of woman in Ontario
SOUTH GLENGARRY, Ont. — Police say a Nova Scotia man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of a woman from eastern Ontario. Ontario Provincial Police say 26-year-old Emilie Maheu was last seen alive when she left work in ...
Greens demand change of B.C. government's new speculation tax
VICTORIA — Just 48 hours after the British Columbia government introduced its planned speculation and vacancy tax, amendments are being made to ensure the legislation passes with the support of the Green party. Finance ...
RCMP raid two pot shops, seize product and issue tickets on Vancouver Island
PORT ALBERNI, B.C. — RCMP raided two illicit marijuana dispensaries on Vancouver Island shortly after cannabis became legal on Wednesday. Mounties in Port Alberni, B.C., say both stores were open and operating without the required ...
In the news today, Oct. 18
Five stories in the news for Thursday, Oct. 18 ——— SOME POT SMOKERS STILL PREFER BLACK MARKET A short drive away from British Columbia's first and only legal marijuana store, Bill Semeniuk inhaled deeply from a joint outside an ...
Jury deliberating in Calgary trial for parents charged in baby's death
CALGARY — A jury is deliberating whether a couple should have done more for their sick 14-month-old son before he died in hospital. Jennifer and Jeromie Clark have pleaded not guilty to criminal negligence causing death and failure to provide ...
Brewers welcome tariff exemption on imports of U.S. aluminum cans
TORONTO — Canada's beer producers have welcomed the federal government's decision to exempt from tariffs most beer cans imported from the United States. The Canadian government set the tariffs on imports of U.S. cans in July as ...