The Canadian city is looking for ways to cut down on the millions of to-go cups, bags and containers being disposed each week, and is not ruling out the potential for new regulations.
The holiday shopping blitz is now well underway. And for the sixth year in a row, smaller shops in B.C. are banding together to try to get their slice of the dollar, despite increasing challenges.
The Northwest Territories proposal for legal marijuana was just released Friday, but it's already being criticised by a Yellowknife business owner and a regular MLA.
A Winnipeg mother calling for a specialty arts and craft store to remove a toy depicting cowboys and Indigenous peoples from the 1880s is seeing results — Michaels is now removing the toy from store shelves in Canada.