Alberta to impose is own 10-per-cent tax on cannabis producers

The province plans to tax licensed producers 10 per cent when cannabis becomes legal. The new tax was announced Thursday when Finance Minister Joe Ceci released the 2018-19 provincial budget.

CBC Montreal News March 23, 2018

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CBC Windsor News March 23, 2018

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Road conditions deteriorating as spring snowstorm arrives in Sask.

Travel is not recommended on several Sask. highways due to a snow storm passing through the province.

Quebec religious order apologizes, opens hotline for Innu victims of sexual abuse

A religious order in Quebec is apologizing and offering support to people who say they were sexually abused as children by one of its missionaries on the province's north shore.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expected to exonerate Tsilhqot'in chiefs hanged in 1864

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to exonerate six B.C. First Nations chiefs accused of murdering white colonists more than 150 years ago in pre-Confederation British Columbia.

Granville Island parking crisis hits tour bus operators in the wallet

Starting May 15 Granville Island is eliminating all tour bus parking and introducing annual fees for buses that want to drive onto the island.

ISU World Figure Skating Championships Milan: Women's Free Program

ISU World Figure Skating Championships from Milan, Italy.

ISU World Figure Skating Championships Milan: Women's Free Program

ISU World Figure Skating Championships from Milan, Italy.

Red Deer doctors call $1M from province a crucial step toward needed hospital expansion

This year's provincial budget allocates $250,000 in 2018 and $750,000 in 2019 to create a business case for additional health facilities in the Red Deer region.

Trump signs spending bill despite veto threat

President Trump has signed a $1.3 trillion spending bill despite having threatened a veto hours earlier. This comes in time to prevent another government shutdown. Trump said he was 'unhappy' with the bill, and that he only signed it due to its high military spending.

Council votes to tear down Coliseum, former home of the Edmonton Oilers

The former home of the Edmonton Oilers, the Coliseum in north Edmonton, is coming down.

'We have called out all hands on deck'

Evan Lawlor from the Edmonton Humane Society expects this weekend will be the society's largest adoption event ever, with people coming from as far away as Saskatchewan.

Musyj top local earner on provincial Sunshine List

The province has released its annual Sunshine List of people earning $100,000 or more a year. And locally, once again it proves its good to be in the health care field

Kaetlyn Osmond: 'I can't believe it's happened'

Figure skater reflects on becoming the first Canadian female to win at the world championships in 45 years.

Fitness Expo, maple syrup, Earth Hour, freaky films: Things to do in Hamilton this weekend

Here's a pretty good list of things to do in Hamilton this weekend.

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Gabrielle Daleman reels in 7th place finish overall at World Championships

With a score of 125.11 in the free skate program, Gabrielle Daleman finishes 7th at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Milan, Italy.

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Municipalities accuse NB Power of over-charging for street-light service

The Union of Municipalities of New Brunswick says NB Power needs to stop raising the rates it charges for street lights.

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(Live at 6:30 pm ET) 2018 Canadian Senior Curling Championships - Women

2018 Canadian Senior Curling Championships: Women - Prince Edward Island vs British Columbia - Stratford

Principles, but mostly politics and boredom, on display in marathon House voting

The Conservatives forced hours of votes in the House of Commons to make a point, but was it principle or just politics?

Air Canada direct flights between Yellowknife and Vancouver to return in September

After taking the summer off, Air Canada's Yellowknife to Vancouver route will return again in September.

Ontario releases its annual Sunshine List of top public sector salaries

The Ontario government has published its annual Sunshine List of public sector employees who earned more than $100,000 last year.