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Quebec government forges ahead with cannabis age restrictions despite criticism

The Legault government has followed through on an election promise to raise the age of consumption from 18 to 21...

US finalizing rule to allow farmers to legally grow hemp

U.S. agriculture officials said Tuesday a rule that allows farmers to legally grow hemp will be finalized this week....

Anchorage to decide if marijuana shop can open near church

The Anchorage Assembly is expected to decide whether a retail marijuana store can open despite its location next to a shelter that also serves as a ch...

Pot use admission at U.S. border snagging Canadian boomers, says lawyer

"If you say you have tried it you are risking going through the same process I went through," Rough said....

Anchorage to vote on retail marijuana shop on-site smoking

The Anchorage Assembly will let voters decide whether the city should allow on−site smoking in retail marijuana shops, officials said....

How Canada's legalization is shaping cannabis laws elsewhere

Ever since Canada became the first major country to legalize marijuana for adults a year ago, other nations have been paying attention....

Manitoba premier wants more details on edibles, says packaging must protect kids

Recreational cannabis was legalized last year, but sales of edible products such as brownies are only being allowed as of December....

Quebec will appeal court ruling that allowed cannabis plants to be grown at home

The Quebec government is appealing a court decision last month that invalidated the parts of the province’s cannabis law that prohibit home cultivatio...

How many Canadians have been given a pardon under the new cannabis system?

Mistakes are sometimes made, and one wonders if that means you should have to be burdened with a simple marijuana charge for the rest of your life....