A senior public health representative tells MPs studying the government’s cannabis legalization legislation that the time for action on cannabis is now as the societal harms associated with the drug’s use are already being felt every day in Canada.
Triple murderer Derek Saretzky is asking the Alberta Court of Appeal for a new trial.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government is being accused of caving to big business lobbying after it decided to indefinitely freeze application of part of Canada’s anti-spam law that would have allowed ordinary Canadians to sue for spam.
Someone duct-taped the overflow drain of an upstairs bathtub in an Alberta woman’s home and then turned the water on full blast — and now she says her insurer will only cover half of the $70,000 in damage because her estranged husband is believed to be the culprit.
A new poll suggests a majority of Canadians approve of the Liberals’ plan to legalize marijuana but have mixed views about some provisions, as well as doubts that it will succeed in cutting organized crime out of the trade and keeping marijuana out of the hands of underage users.