A shopping mall north of Montreal has taken the controversial step of banning people under the age of 18 unless they are accompanied by a parent.
The province has added three more places where people will be able to pick up their pot. Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. stores in Bridgewater, New Minas and Antigonish have been added to the nine previously announced NSLC locations. These stores will open in the fall after they are renovated for cannabis sales, a news release from the Finance and Treasury Board said Tuesday. “Since we announced the first nine stores that would sell cannabis, NSLC has been working to identify additional locations that could be renovated for cannabis sales,” Finance and Treasury Board Minister Karen Casey said in the release. “The addition of these three stores will provide greater access to the legal market for Nova Scotians.”
Nova Scotia cannabis users will have plenty of choice when legal cannabis goes on sale this summer, according to the CEO of the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation. But almost all of the supply will come from outside Nova Scotia. "We anticipate that in the 11 stores that are not standalone, they will have somewhere in the neighbourhood of 150 products that will carry in store," Brett Mitchell told a legislature committee Wednesday.
Police are hunting two jewelry thieves and they are hoping video surveillance photographs will help identify the couple.