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“During recent discussions with town council, we asked if it would be helpful to the community if SLGA not expand our hours during the upcoming summer months,” said SLGA spokesperson David Morris. “In this situation it was something the community asked, and we’ll certainly accept that.”
A couple who worked at the Hay River NorthMart say the store owner, the North West Company, told wife and two kids they had to leave staff house after husband resigned, but she still worked there.
Fort Saskatchewan council gave the first reading of bylaw C18-18, an amendment to their Land Use Bylaw to include cannabis retail, production and distribution regulations at the Tuesday (May 8) meeting. “Cannabis sale will be restricted to certain commercial areas. You won’t be able to buy cannabis in shops set up in neighbourhood commercial areas, but you will in other retail areas,” explained councillor Gordon Harris.