Health, legal implications of weed still murky this 4/20

Revellers marking 4/20 this year celebrated the federal bill announced last week that will legalize marijuana — but others say the legal and health implications of the law remain hazy.

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Busy coffee shops and bank machines top list of ideal spots to place life-saving devices

Every second counts when someone is having a cardiac arrest — but there’s often a disconnect between where the event happens and the nearest defibrillator. New research focusing on Toronto suggests that busy coffee shops and bank machines may be ideal locations for the life-saving devices.

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University professor and grocer among victims in mosque attack

CBC News has identified three of the six men who died in Sunday night’s shooting at a Quebec City mosque as Khaled Belkacemi, a professor at Laval University, Azzedine Soufiane, the owner of a grocery store and halal butcher shop, and Boubaker Thabti, a Tunisian-born father of two.

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