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Edmonton man's million-dollar medical marijuana facility sitting empty as he waits on Health Canada approval

EDMONTON – When Vernon Devam looks at his empty Edmonton warehouse, he envisions a “perpetual garden.”

In one room, marijuana seeds and plant cuttings will develop roots in custom-built aeroponic trays. 554 more words

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E-Cigarette Discussion

This morning we had a discussion about our opinions and knowledge about E-Cigarettes and we were wondering about what you know! Do you know what e-cigarettes are made of? 19 more words

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Break It Off Presentation

Our first presentation of the day was from people working on the Break It off Campaign! We got a lot of great information on future plans and we are so excited to see what’s next!  23 more words

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Government warns against using unregistered bedbug products

EDMONTON – The federal government is warning Canadians of what it calls the “extreme danger” of using unregistered products to fight bedbugs.

The Health Canada warning comes after… 108 more words

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Full Pundit: The birds, the bees and the Ontario Tories

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Emma Teitel of Maclean’s suggests Ontario’s revamped sexual education curriculum, which actually takes the modern world of adolescent sexual activities into account, could be “not just be a victory for public health, but for abstinence.” “The saving grace to sex ed in my youth (i.e., the sex ed of today) was that the types of things that us hot and bothered — cybersex, web-cam shows, Internet porn — existed entirely outside the classroom. 716 more words

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Medical marijuana clinic set to open in Calgary in March

CALGARY – Calgary will soon be home to Alberta’s first medical clinic solely dedicated to providing access to medical marijuana.  The 420 Clinic will be located in Inglewood, and operators hope to be open by the end of March. 438 more words

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New Smarties box encourages consumers to count calories

TORONTO – The famous Smarties jingle used to ask chocolate lovers if they ate the red ones last.

Now, Nestle Canada is asking consumers to consider eating fewer of the candy-coated chocolate treats and save the red ones for later. 507 more words

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