Initial estimates projected $1 million in product sales for the store, but the assistant deputy minister of finance says actual sales could be significantly higher.
A Winnipeg mom is speaking out after she was denied entry to Canadian Tire because of her diaper bag.
It will be some time before a group of local organizations knows if opening up a thrift store is a possibility.
Edmonton’s craft brewing industry is set to expand after city council voted to loosen the zoning bylaw that had been restricting brewery locations. “The biggest problem was our bylaw didn’t actually have a definition for a brewery or distillery,” city senior planner Colton Kirsop said Tuesday. “We really could only permit a brewery in an industrial setting.”
“We’ve told the government from the beginning that our own Manitoba Liquor Commission has the know-how and the track record to ensure marijuana sales in our province are carried out safely and responsibly.” — Michelle Gawronsky, MGEU President Winnipeg (12 Sept. 2017) — At a news conference on September 8, Michelle Gawronsky, President of the Manitoba Government and General Employees' Union (MGEU/NUPGE), applauded the Ontario government for their newly announced plan to distribute and sell marijuana in stand-alone stores overseen by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO)...