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Marijuana’s health impacts reviewed in U.S. report

It can almost certainly ease chronic pain and might help some people sleep, but it's also likely to raise the risk of getting schizophrenia and might trigger heart attacks. Those are among the conclusions about marijuana reached by a U.S. federal advisory panel in a...

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Police in Canadian cities test out saliva swab drug tests

Police in several jurisdictions across Canada are testing out swabs that could one day be used as evidence of drug-impaired driving. The experimental tests gather saliva from a driver’s tongue and cheek in order detect the presence of cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamines. Read More...

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Police in Canadian cities test out saliva swab drug tests

Police in several jurisdictions across Canada are testing out swabs that could one day be used as evidence of drug-impaired driving. The experimental tests gather saliva from a driver’s tongue and cheek in order detect the presence of cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamines. Read More...

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Why a 56-year-old UN treaty stands between you and legal pot

Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government was elected on a platform of legalizing marijuana. Since the election, the Liberals have been moving toward actually doing it. Last last year, a task force reported on the practicalities of legal pot, and legislation is expected this year. Read...

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Is medical marijuana on the job a major risk for employers?

Medical cannabis has been named among the top biggest legal risks for businesses in 2017, according to a report from Canada’s largest law firm. In its annual report on key trends and regulatory changes, Borden Ladner Gervais predicts medical marijuana will have a major impact on...

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Veterans who use medical marijuana outed by envelope

Canadian resident Kim Davis said she was surprised when she was sorting through her mail last week and saw in bold letters through an envelope window, "RE: Cannabis for Medical Purposes." The unopened letter was addressed to her husband, a veteran, who in September started taking...

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