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New rules introduced in the Manitoba Legislature on Tuesday would largely limit cannabis consumption to private homes. They also outline how the province plans to catch stoned drivers. Tyson Koschik explains.
In Canada's north, produce can cost several times what it does in the south. It's often weeks old, and wilted by the time it arrives. In Churchill, a Canadian company has helped develop a technology that's sprouting some some big changes.
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- Premier says 'persuasion money' reason for mass resignation of Manitoba Hydro board
- Former Manitoba MP Bev Desjarlais dead at 62
- Police tell people in St. Boniface to 'stay inside' during suspicious incident
- Hydroponic produce is blooming in Churchill, Man.
- Future of retail? Cineplex to open massive entertainment centre at Winnipeg's Seasons of Tuxedo
- 'A wake-up call': Thick High Arctic ice flowing south thanks to climate change, researcher says
- Winnipeg philanthropist donates more than $10M to help disadvantaged students
- Family walks away after truck ends up in Assiniboine River
- Man in meth psychosis turned away at HSC after trying to access mental health beds
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Letter to congregation urges them to alert RCMP of other possible violations
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