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.
The number of asylum seekers illegally crossing the border from the U.S. into Canada continues to climb, but the government says they still represent only a fraction of the total new arrivals to the country.
Finance ministers promise to ‘keep talking’ about Toronto’s housing market — but commit to little else
The federal and Ontario finance ministers have promised to meet every quarter with the mayor of Canada’s largest city to try to rein in the hot real estate activity in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.
Loss of memory, mobility problems and issues with bladder control are often considered early indicators of dementia. But those are the same warning signs for a far lesser-known brain disorder that, in many cases, is completely reversible.
The federal and Ontario finance ministers have promised to meet every quarter with the mayor of Canada’s largest city to try rein in the hot real estate activity in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond.
All three levels of government meet Tuesday in Toronto to figure out ways to cool the red-hot real estate market in the region, where average home prices have shot up 33 per cent in a year.
The federal government has tailored its highly anticipated marijuana legislation to ensure younger teens don’t wind up with criminal records for pot possession.
‘Canada is in the Dark Ages’: Investment insiders reveal how lax laws put your financial interests last
Financial investment insiders are speaking out about what they say are weak regulations that allow the industry to ignore clients’ interests, steer them into expensive products and collect billions from people’s savings every year.