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The Newly Legalized Federal Cannabis Market

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So, over the past few months I’ve spent a shit ton of money on cannabis (dry flower) from the new federally legalized market. It wasn’t very effective for pain relief from my totally fucked up jaw (I’m trying to get dental coverage/care but it’s been a serious battle because welfare …

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Documentary Heritage News: Vol. 13, no. 19

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Ressources / Resources De l’État / From the State Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada – Research Data Management: Public Consultation Summary National Archives of Australia – Information and Data Governance Framework Guide thématique …

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How Prince Edward Island went from stigma central to a pot paradise

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Pre-colonization, Prince Edward Island’s Mi’kmaq called the small island Epekwitk. French explorer Jacques Cartier arrived in the late 1700s, calling the red sandy beaches and tall grasses “the fairest land ’tis possible to see!” and, according to Tourism PEI, renamed the island Île Saint-Jean. In 1799, the British occupied the …

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Year In Review: August

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A dream became a reality on Aug. 16 as a group of nearly 100 scout leaders, donors, dignitaries, youth and volunteers gathered at Lambton Shores’ Camp Attawandaron Scouting Reserve to celebrate the completion of 12 accessible cabins. The state-of-the-art cabins replaced a dozen antiquated structures used by thousands of campers …

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Nelson: Trudeau’s genocidal flimflam has international consequences

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Trudeau pledges Canadian support to investigation of Iran plane crash OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will work with its international partners to thoroughly investigate the cause of the plane crash in Iran that killed 63 Canadians. Trudeau says Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne and Transport Minister Marc …

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Saskatchewan’s Carry the Kettle First Nation partners with B.C. company to form cannabis facility

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Carry the Kettle intends to build the new facility at the location formerly occupied by Indian Head Tree Nursery FILE: Tim Haywahe of the Carry the Kettle First Nation directs the setup of the 10th teepee to be raised at the Justice for our Stolen Children camp across from the …

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Dianne and Irving Kipnes Chair in Lymphatic Disorders

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Competition No.  –   A105340857 Closing Date  –   Will remain open until filled. The Department of Oncology in the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry at the University of Alberta in conjunction with the Cancer Research Institute of Northern Alberta (CRINA) invite applications for a tenure-track appointment for an academic scientist /clinician-scientist at the Associate Professor or …

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Living in Yukon: Tips for New Immigrants – VisaPlace

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Yukon, (also referred to as the Yukon), s the smallest and westernmost of Canada’s three territories. It has the smallest population of any province or territory in Canada, with a population of roughly 36,000 people. Whitehorse, the territorial capital and Yukon’s only city, is the largest settlement in any of the three …

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Indigenous architecture should be beautiful, functional, and Native – The Circle News

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Architect Mike Laverdure holds the Our Voices indigenous architecture book at his Lake Elmo office. The recently completed Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung housing project in St. Paul is shown behind him. (Photo by Lee Egerstrom.) By Lee Egerstrom The principal architect behind the new Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung …

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‘The border is this imaginary line’: why Americans are fighting mining in B.C.’s ‘Doughnut Hole’

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On a clear, cold day in late October, Paul Berntsen stands on the wooden foundation of a yurt he built himself, watching as his dreams of a non-motorized tourist destination in the Skagit River headwaters go up in flames. In the valley below, slash piles from recent clearcut logging on …

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