Pot is legal in Canada now, but what does that mean for Canadians traveling to the U.S.?
National Online Journalist, Politics
Monique Scotti (née Muise) joined the Global News online desk in the fall of 2015 after six years at The Montreal Gazette. Since starting her journalism career nearly a decade ago, she has covered politics at the municipal, provincial and federal levels. She was also the Gazette’s chief correspondent at Quebec’s Charbonneau Commission examining corruption and collusion in the construction industry. Her work now focuses on examining the feature stories behind the daily headlines on Parliament Hill.
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One of the proposed government ads features two young children kissing on the mouth, which many parents found disturbing.
NDP leader Jagmeet Singh says he is welcoming Quebec MP Christine Moore back into caucus after an investigation found no evidence of wrongdoing on her part.
Canadians are evenly divided when it comes to support for Ottawa’s purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline, a new poll suggests.
A full half of Quebecers admit they’ve never seen, heard or read anything about CSIS.
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