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Ontario's plan to allow private pot sales welcomed by Guelph producer
Ontario's PC government says it will introduce a private retail model by April 2019, which allows independent stores to sell recreation marijuana. But meanwhile, pot will only be sold online through a government website come Oct 17, 2018.
Ontario to allow private retailers to sell cannabis, province will handle online sales
Ontario's Progressive Conservative government announced Monday it will allow recreational pot to be sold in retail stores while the province will handle online sales.
Region moving ahead with supervised consumption sites while overdose prevention sites in limbo
Waterloo region will continue with its plan for two supervised consumption sites even though the province announced it would put a hold on overdose prevention site approvals.
Police investigate suspicious death in downtown Kitchener
Waterloo regional police are investigating a suspicious death after finding a body inside a Kitchener home Sunday afternoon.
Ontario government wants statue of Sir John A. Macdonald that Victoria has put into storage
Ontario's tourism minister says her government would be happy to provide a new home for the statue of Sir John A. Macdonald that was taken down in Victoria, even though there is already a large statue of Macdonald directly in front of Queen's Park.
University of Waterloo students to get mental health first aid kits this fall
KidsAbility camp gets kids with disabilities into STEM
Ontario puts new overdose prevention sites approvals on hold
Braised ribs and the blues: a delicious match, says Andrew Coppolino
Region adds 2 more possible locations for supervised consumption site
Kate's 5 fun things to do this weekend (Aug. 10 to 12)
5 things nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer suggests might have stopped her killing
Ed Clark steps down as head of LCBO