Cannabis edibles available for sale legally in mid-December

New cannabis products — like edibles, beverages, topicals and extracts — will be for sale legally in Canada in mid-December. Regulations will come into effect on Oct. 17, and the products will be available two months later, Radio-Canada has…

A nation of terror: Trump accuses Iran of…

U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed the assessment of his top advisers and publicly accused Iran of responsibility for recent attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. Trump said Friday that Iran's culpability was "exposed" by…

Transport Canada pays $518K to Victoria man who…

A Victoria man has been handed what he says is the biggest human rights damage award in Canada because he was denied a job as an intelligence analyst with Transport Canada on account of his depression. Chris Hughes, 50, has…

No business case for TMX, says former Liberal…

A former Liberal environment minister is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet to reject the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, arguing there is no economic basis for the project. David Anderson, who served 10 years in…

Raptors playoff run an economic slam dunk for…

Players and fans aren't the only ones celebrating the Toronto Raptors' first NBA championship in franchise history — local businesses are cashing in. Payment processing firm Moneris looked at data from last year's finals between Golden State…

Flat beer sales push brewers to tap their…

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Protesters pack streets around Hong Kongs legislature as…

Hong Kong police have used tear gas, rubber bullets and high-pressure water hoses against protesters who have laid siege to government buildings to oppose an extradition bill. Thousands blocked entry to Hong Kong's government headquarters Wednesday,…