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Before the fire that gutted the Foodland in Minto was extinguished, Richard Veenhuis knew the central New Brunswick village would not go without a grocery store.
If Doug Ford wants the free market to play a role in selling cannabis to the people of Canada’s largest province, Ontario’s premier could take a cue from the country’s smallest territory.
Retaliatory tariffs imposed on the United States are now in full effect, and one small item included on the list is causing some concern in Ottawa's gaming community — playing cards.
Dixon says Aspen was shaking in a pool of her own vomit and saliva when he picked her up at the PetSmart in north Etobicoke.
"She stumbled over to me and collapsed in my arms."
He pressed the employees to tell him what happened but, he says, they eventually told him he needed to take the matter to the company's corporate head office.