• Woman charged after magic mushroom shop in Brantford shut down
    Brantford police say mushrooms, edibles, cash and drug paraphernalia were seized from a retail location in the city centre on Wednesday.
    Jul 21
  • Over $70K in contraband seized after illegal mushroom shops shut down in Hamilton
    Hamilton Police say psilocybin and psilocybin infused edibles, as well as a quantity of cash were confiscated from two illicit dispensaries in Hamilton's east end.
    Jul 7
  • ‘Magic mushrooms’ are still illegal in Canada. How can stores be opening?
    Psilocybin stores are popping up across Canada despite the drug being illegal — a development that closely mirrors cannabis legalization, according to an expert.
    Sep 4
  • Canopy Growth is selling its old chocolate factory pot facility to Hershey
    Canopy Growth announced Thursday it's selling the old chocolate factory where it cultivated cannabis in Smiths Falls to Hershey Canada.
    Aug 17
  • The post-COVID live music scene: There’s some good news and some bad news
    Live music has come roaring back since pandemic restrictions were lifted. But there are also some dark clouds.
    Sep 10
  • Kahnawà:ke inaugurates Bay Restoration Project
    Mother Nature is taking back its majestic place in Kahnawà:ke's Tekwakitha island. But its beauty wasn't always there. The island was inhospitable for decades.
    Jul 26
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  • What can and can’t you do under Vancouver’s new water restrictions?
    Violations of the city's watering restrictions may be met with fines between $250 and $10,000. Fines begin at $500 under Stage 2 restrictions.
    Aug 4
  • IN PHOTOS: Deadly floods in China leave parts of the country underwater
    Heavy rains were triggered by the arrival of typhoon Doksuri in late July, which hit Beijing and the province of Hebei for about a week before moving northeast.
    Aug 4
  • Manitoba poison centre posting more adolescent melatonin calls
    The Manitoba Poison Centre says they're seeing more and more kids consuming too much edible melatonin. The sweet gummies are being accessed by kids and eaten as if it’s candy.
    Jun 12
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  • Leftover, rescued produce helping food banks reduce waste
    Despite efforts to rescue and glean food, Graham Hill of Second Harvest says over 60 per cent of all food produced in Canada is lost and wasted every single year.
    Jul 28
  • Warning issued after Vancouver child eats part of poisonous death cap mushroom
    Potentially deadly death cap mushrooms have cropped up early in B.C. Health officials are warning people to keep an eye out for them, particularly in areas where kids may play.
    Jul 14
  • Mounties seize guns, cannabis, illegal tobacco near Calgary
    According to a Tuesday evening release, officers executed a search warrant at around 10 a.m. on Monday at a rural road on Glenmore View Road.
    Jul 11
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  • Feds should ease THC limits for edibles and pot packaging rules, watchdog says
    Canada's competition watchdog says the federal government should consider easing restrictions on pot packaging and limits on how much THC can be edible products.
    May 26
  • Forage in the forest for food? You’ll save money — and get happy
    Jessika Gauvin's family has been foraging for food in New Brunswick's forests for three generations. It requires knowledge of edible plants but the benefits are priceless.
    May 26
  • Saskatoon food bank says increase in demand isn’t easing
    Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre is seeing 24,000 visitors a month as food inflation rises.
    Jun 27
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  • Inflation rate dropped to 3.4% in May. What that means for the Bank of Canada
    The Bank of Canada is likely to be watching the May inflation report closely. Here's what it could mean for the central bank's next interest rate decision in July.
    Jun 27
  • Gen Z isn’t big into drinking alcohol and this has an impact on live music
    Alcohol sales — especially beer — have fuelled the live music industry for decades. That money is drying up because many younger music fans just aren't into booze.
    Jun 11
  • Sask. Polytechnic applied research projects include edible cutlery, robotic hand
    'It's all real-world solutions and any project that you look at, it all relates to that,' said Susan Blum of Sask. Polytechnic's applied research project showcase Friday.
    May 5
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  • University of Regina research team looks at rural Sask. to address food insecurity
    A University of Regina research team says cultural practices and rural communities could hold the answer to addressing food insecurity across the country.
    May 31
  • Saskatoon morning news rewind: Friday, May 26
    Here's a look back on who was on 'Global News Morning Saskatoon' for Friday, May 26.
    May 26
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