For decades, Richmond and Coquitlam have banned self-serve pumps, but mayors from both cities say they're comfortable with their full-service bylaws.
The B.C. government will soon be weeding through resumés as the province looks to hire the right people to run its marijuana-sales business. The province will be the sole wholesale distributor of recreational pot through the B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch when cannabis becomes legal across Canada, which is expected to happen this summer.
The owner of the only grocery store in Bragg Creek, Alta., says if people who live in the hamlet don't start buying locally more often, she will have to close her doors.
Freak Lunchbox co-owner Jeremy Smith said a looming rent hike was the final straw in a long discussion on whether or not the store could continue in Calgary after six years in operation.
As the debate rages in Saskatchewan about where people should be able to buy pot, liquor vendors are making their pitch.
A biennial reunion marking the 25th anniversary of the end of Woodward’s in Edmonton will in turn mark the end of the reunion. (includes some great photos)