Get ready stoners, edibles are coming to Canada. Legally this time.
Starting Thursday, Marijuana edibles will be legal nationwide, ending an almost year-long gap, where flowers were legally available, but edibles only came through the black market.
Once edibles are for sale nationwide, beverages are expected to follow, although they will not contain alcohol.
After being shamed for 'insane prices,' Canadian Tire donates 160,000 masks to hospitals
The company has decided to donate the remaining masks to local hospitals, health-care workers and others in need says a spokesman for the company.
Building permits crash, sparking fears of depression
The value of building permits declined some 23 percent last month, which echoes the collapse of the Great Depression.
Ontario Maple Leaf Foods plant shut down after staff contract coronavirus
Maple Leaf Foods has been forced to temporarily close a major poultry plant located in Brampton, Ont. after three employees tested positive for coronavirus.
Air Canada rehires 16,000 employees with stimulus funds
The over 16,000 Air Canada employees who were laid off a week ago as a result of the coronavirus pandemic will be rehired immediately.
Canadians can apply for emergency benefits TODAY
Canada Revenue Agency opens today for applications from Canadians for the new federal emergency aid benefit for those who lost their job.
It’s time for Canada to distance itself from the repressive regime in Beijing
But Canada can emerge from this pandemic safer and stronger if Canadians are clear-eyed in recognizing the CCP’s responsibility for it, and commit to distancing our economy from China’s after this is all over.
Montreal manufacturers modify production to make medical supplies
Several local manufactures have retooled their set-up in order to help meet the demand for medical supplies such as protective gear and hand sanitizer.
GroceryHero offers free delivery for medical professionals amid pandemic
A new Toronto-based service called GroceryHero Canada has started up to match medical personnel with volunteers to provide grocery delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alberta's gun and ammunition sales SPIKE amid coronavirus pandemic
Gun owners of Alberta are stocking up on ammunition as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the country.
Starbucks is giving free coffee to all first responders amid pandemic
Coffee chains such as Starbucks are now offering free coffee to first responders and frontline workers dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amazon to hire 100,000 workers as cases of coronavirus reported in 10 warehouses
Amazon is ramping up hiring in the U.S. to meet demand even as new cases of coronavirus have emerged in ten of its warehouses throughout the world.
Cash is king
For those of you brave enough to play the stock market after this is over, there will be opportunities to double, triple and quadruple your money overnight. Keeping cash on hand can facilitate that.
Changes are being made to the TTC amid coronavirus pandemic
Changes are being made to the TTC as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and new measures have been brought in to maintain social distancing.
Alberta's energy sector in nosedive amid coronavirus pandemic
The halt of the economy has caused hundreds of Canadians who work in the energy sector to be laid off as most projects have been postponed.