Pot use may permanently damage the teenage brain: study

Teenagers who use marijuana may cause permanent damage to their brains, according to a study from the University of Maryland School of Medicine. "Children who start [using marijuana] around pre-adolescence, 13 to 15 years of age, tend to develop very severe deficits," says Dr....

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Municipalities miffed by marijuana rules

Health Canada officials who faced a room full of civic politicians at the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention were drilled with questions about the federal government saddling cities and towns with policing costs associated with medical marijuana....

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New cannabis rules flummox Sask. doctors

The people who regulate Saskatchewan doctors wonder if they should step in where the federal government has stepped back from monitoring medical marijuana. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan’s lawyer and assistant registrar recommended Friday the college’s governing council consider making new...

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Legal marijuana: How could it work?

While the debate rages for and against legalizing marijuana, there's also a debate about how to legalize it, if that's the direction chosen. In Canada, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's call for legalization has spurred the discussions, while in the United States, it's Colorado and...

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