No plan for pot-conviction amnesty amid legalization move, Liberals say

No plan for pot-conviction amnesty amid legalization move, Liberals say

New Don’t expect blanket pardon of past convictions for marijuana possession, Ralph Goodale says The Canadian Press Posted: Apr 17, 2017 2:50 PM ET Last Updated: Apr 17, 2017 3:24 PM ET Related Stories The federal public safety minister says the plan to legalize recreational marijuana does not include a general amnesty for past pot […]

Man convicted of killing teenage girl missing from B.C. prison

MISSION, B.C.—An arrest warrant has been issued for a convicted killer who went missing from the minimum security unit of the Mission Institution in British Columbia. The Correctional Service of Canada says prison staff discovered Friday afternoon that Robert Raymond Dezwann, 53 wasn’t accounted for and immediately contacted the RCMP. Dezwann, of Kelowna, B.C., was […]

Legalizing pot: What to watch for in today’s long-awaited bill

Canada is about to do something very few countries in the world have tried: make recreational pot legal. Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government will reveal precisely what it thinks legalization should look like, and there are a ton of fascinating and important questions that need to be answered. First, let’s start with what we already know. CBC News has reported […]

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Canada’s top spy agencies work out deal on ‘threat disruption’ operations

OTTAWA– Canada’s two most powerful intelligence agencies have crafted a formal deal to cooperate on using controversial powers to disrupt domestic threats to the country’s security, the Star has learned. Documents obtained by the Star show the spy agency Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and the electronic signals-gathering agency Communications Security Establishment (CSE) signed an […]

Virtual reality project takes students through time at black orphanage in Nova Scotia

HALIFAX—Gerry Morrison’s childhood memories of life in the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children are painful, but he has agreed to relive them so a groundbreaking virtual-reality project can ensure future generations will never forget. The 64-year-old is one of three narrators who will take students wearing Oculus Rift headsets on simulated walks through the […]

Pilotless plane crash in northern Ontario woods leaves authorities baffled

OTTAWA—The military search-and-rescue technicians dropped in on a mystery. A light plane had crashed in the woods in northern Ontario and an air force Hercules transport and Griffon helicopter were dispatched from Trenton to search for survivors. They located the crash site and two rescuers dropped by parachute to the scene. It’s what they didn’t […]

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