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Liberals move to strengthen baby playpen safety regulations

The Liberal government is moving to enforce higher standards for baby playpens sold and used in Canada.

Health Canada says it received reports of 10 deaths, one serious injury, and 31 minor injuries associated with playpens and playpen accessories, such as change table and bassinet attachments, since the last major round of regulations was implemented more than two decades ago. 583 more words

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Saskatoon StarPhoenix daily update: April 25, 2017

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Province ‘ripping up 109 contracts’ worth $33 million to cities: SUMA… 574 more words

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Canadian government looks to establish cannabis tracking system in its soon-to-be legalized nation

Ottawa is looking to set up a cannabis tracking system to collect information about marijuana products from licensed producers, distributors and retailers — just one of a host of proposed changes to be ushered in alongside legalization. 291 more words

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Nearly 30% of food products contain residue of pesticide glyphosate: CFIA report

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it has found trace amounts of a widely-used and controversial herbicide in roughly 30 per cent of food products it tested, and residue levels above the recommended limits in nearly four per cent of grain products. 863 more words

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Valleriani: Marijuana bill still wispy on important details

Thursday, the federal government tabled its long-awaited legislation for the legalization and strict regulation of cannabis. Almost four years have passed since Justin Trudeau first announced the Liberal Party’s intention to legalize and strictly regulate cannabis. 695 more words

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