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Edmonton's first safe injection location set to open

Edmonton’s first supervised safe injection location will open to clients on Friday at Boyle Street Community Services.

Four safe injection sites have been approved for Edmonton —  832 more words


Health Canada aims to demand financial information about pot investors to fight organized crime

OTTAWA — Health Canada is planning to take on “considerable new authorities” to compel cannabis producers to provide financial information about their investors, as part of the government’s attempt to crack down on organized crime once recreational marijuana is legalized. 774 more words


Health Canada releases legal pot consultation results — support for strict packaging rules

OTTAWA — Legal marijuana will be sold in plain packages emblazoned with a yellow health warning and a red stop sign stamped with the silhouette of a pot leaf, according to draft regulations released Monday by Health Canada. 589 more words


Government confirms pot packaging will be plain, with branding and logos 'restricted'

The federal government says that Canadians generally support its planned approach to the legalization of marijuana, including detailed proposals surrounding plain packaging and warning labels. 703 more words


Feds reject three cannabis growers for every one accepted

TORONTO — Even as the number of legal cannabis growers has grown rapidly, the federal government has denied three licence applications for every one it has accepted. 604 more words


Dr. Brown's Lovey Pacifier & Teether Holders Recall - Choking Hazard

Handi-Craft has announced a recall covering several lot codes of its Dr. Brown’s Lovey Pacifier & Teether Holder items. It seems, say child safety advocates, that with use, the ribbons that hold the pacifiers or teether toys can wear to the point that the snaps can detach, posing a choking hazard. 226 more words


Health Canada to contact Claire's after new report claims makeup contains asbestos

Health Canada says it will reach out to retail store Claire’s once again, after a new report that its makeup products may contain asbestos.

In a statement to Global News, the health agency wrote that it tested Claire’s makeup for asbestos after initial reports emerged in December 2017, and found that the products were safe to use. 367 more words