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Annie MacEachern of Charlottetown, P.E.I., who consumes cannabis for medicinal purposes, says legalization of the drug is just the beginning. She says advocates need to continue pushing to get edibles and <em>dresses for new years 2018</em> concentrates on the market.

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Scott MacIntosh, communications manager with the Halifax Mooseheads, said the Mooseheads and the entire CHL have formed a partnership with Health Canada and will be rolling out an awareness campaign on our social media channels throughout the season.

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Jon Keefe shows off one of the squish presses and other cannabis consumption paraphernalia he sells at the Dabber Hashery, a specialty shop in downtown St. John’s, N.L. Keefe had initially planned to obtain a licence to sell cannabis products, but abandoned that enterprise when it became clear the eight-per-cent margin paid to cannabis retailers in Newfoundland and Labrador didn’t make for a strong business case for him and his partners.

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While the exterior of the building is nearing completion, significant interior work, as well as the parking area, need to be completed before O’Leary’s new cannabis store opens for business. Provincial and town officials confirm the building will not be ready to serve customers on October 17, the date when cannabis use becomes legal in Canada.

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Customers leaving the Bayers Lake location of Wicker Emporium on Thursday. The chain announced it is closing.

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Halterm Container Terminal Limited, located in Halifax. According to CBC, the federal cabinet recently rejected the port’s request to fund the expansion of the Halterm container terminals.

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