As COVID-19 continues to ravage the country, a silent epidemic armed with an unregulated poison has been killing Ontarians at a horrifying rate. Multiple health officials have sounded the alarm about the effect of border closures on the Ontario illicit drug supply, particularly opioids. Closed… Read More »Fact or Fiction: Will decriminalizing and regulating illegal drugs save lives in Ontario?
Newly renovated N.S. animal hospital to provide services to owners facing financial hardship – Halifax
The Nova Scotia SPCA has opened its newly renovated hospital that aims to provide people experiencing financial challenges with the animal care they need. “Our goal with this hospital is to treat these animals before they get so bad that the owner needs to surrender… Read More »Newly renovated N.S. animal hospital to provide services to owners facing financial hardship – Halifax
Canada’s legal marijuana industry is celebrating a jump in sales, more brick-and-mortar stores and competitive pricing as it celebrates two years in business. Since Canada legalized recreational marijuana on Oct. 17, 2018, legal sellers and producers have struggled to compete with the black market, but… Read More »COVID-19 pandemic a ‘boon’ for legal cannabis in Canada as marijuana industry turns two
Labour Day is around the corner and with coronavirus still kicking, many businesses are closed or opened at limited capacity. This is what Montrealers can expect to be open and closed this holiday: Closed Licence counters and Accès Montréal offices will be closed on Labour… Read More »What’s open and closed on Labour Day in Montreal – Montreal
When you walk down Calgary’s alleys, on the walls of Beltline buildings you might see curious cats sneaking around a bird condo, island elements that make you feel like you’re on a beach or an accidental take on the Mona Lisa. These creative concepts are… Read More »Artists add 20 murals to Calgary’s Beltline neighbourhood for 2020 festival – Calgary