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Medical marijuana, relaxing pot laws could pose public safety risk: experts

Watch above: Roadside breathalyzer tests are common across the country, but the group Mothers Against Drunk Driving wants roadside drug testing, to prevent impaired driving. Jacques Bourbeau reports. 674 more words

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More calls for inquiry after aboriginal girl killed and dumped in Winnipeg river

WINNIPEG — The death of a 15-year-old aboriginal girl found wrapped in a bag and dumped in the Red River is prompting renewed calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women. 1,274 more words

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Peter MacKay says government considering tickets for pot possession -- but justice minister also says Tories are anti-decriminalization

VANCOUVER — Justice Minister Peter MacKay says the federal government is still assessing whether to allow police to ticket people caught with small amounts of marijuana instead of pursuing charges. 160 more words

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Less strict marijuana laws would have to come within 6 months: MacKay

VANCOUVER – Justice Minister Peter MacKay says the federal government is still assessing whether to allow police to ticket people caught with small amounts of marijuana instead of pursuing charges. 151 more words

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More lenient marijuana laws still on the table: Justice minister

VANCOUVER — Federal Justice Minister Peter MacKay has told media in Vancouver that the government is still assessing whether to allow police to ticket people caught with small amounts of marijuana instead of pursuing charges. 144 more words

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Canada pondering pot options: justice minister

VANCOUVER – The federal government is still assessing whether to allow police to ticket people caught with small amounts of marijuana instead of pursuing charges, says Justice Minister Peter MacKay. 458 more words

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Canadian Forces quest to obtain unmanned aerial vehicles – 10 years and counting

The Canadian military’s almost decade-long quest to buy unmanned aerial vehicles has been partly hung up by an internal debate about whether the air forces needs one — or two — different fleets of drones, the Canadian Press news service has reported. 991 more words

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