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The Ford government is introducing changes to how cannabis is sold across the province as part of the budget, including $40-million over two years to help implement the costs of recreational pot.The Ford government is introducing changes to how cannabis is sold across the province as part of the budget, including $40-million over two years to help implement the costs of recreational pot.

Ford government committed to lifting cap on pot shops in Ontario | Globalnews.ca

Loosening alcohol laws has become a major theme for Premier Doug Ford’s government.Loosening alcohol laws has become a major theme for Premier Doug Ford’s government.

Ontario To Legalize Online Gambling, Let Bars Serve Liquor At 9 A.M. | HuffPost Canada

The Doug Ford government unveiled a child-care tax credit, proposals for changing regulations around drinking and gambling and other measures in its first budget unveiled Thursday.The Doug Ford government unveiled a child-care tax credit, proposals for changing regulations around drinking and gambling and other measures in its first budget unveiled Thursday.

There is little that is radical in this budget, which will come as a surprise to those who believe Doug Ford’s PCs are on a mission to destroy the worldThere is little that is radical in this budget, which will come as a surprise to those who believe Doug Ford’s PCs are on a mission to destroy the world

Randall Denley: Ontario budget sees Doug Ford’s PCs unveil a sweeping four-year plan touching on every aspect of government | National Post

There is little that is radical in this budget, which will come as a surprise to those who believe Doug Ford’s PCs are on a mission to destroy the worldThere is little that is radical in this budget, which will come as a surprise to those who believe Doug Ford’s PCs are on a mission to destroy the world

Randall Denley: Ontario budget sees Doug Ford’s PCs unveil a sweeping four-year plan touching on every aspect of government | National Post

Pamela Anderson blasted the U.K. calling the country “America’s bitch” after pal Julian Assange was busted in London on Thursday.Assange — an Australian — was cuffed at the Ecuadorian embassy where the Wikileaks founder had been given sanctuary.Pamela Anderson blasted the U.K. calling the country “America’s bitch” after pal Julian Assange was busted in London on Thursday.

PAM SLAM! Anderson blasts Brits over Assange arrest | Toronto Sun

Pamela Anderson blasted the U.K. calling the country “America’s bitch” after pal Julian Assange was busted in London on Thursday.Assange — an Australian — was cuffed at the Ecuadorian embassy where the Wikileaks founder had been given sanctuary.Pamela Anderson blasted the U.K. calling the country “America’s bitch” after pal Julian Assange was busted in London on Thursday.

PAM SLAM! Anderson blasts Brits over Assange arrest | Toronto Sun

Ecuador's president rescinded Assange's asylum and now the publisher may be extradited to the U.S.Ecuador's president rescinded Assange's asylum and now the publisher may be extradited to the U.S.

Watch the moment WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was dragged from Ecuador’s embassy in London | National Post

Ecuador's president rescinded Assange's asylum and now the publisher may be extradited to the U.S.Ecuador's president rescinded Assange's asylum and now the publisher may be extradited to the U.S.

Watch the moment WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was dragged from Ecuador’s embassy in London | National Post

The image of a disheveled WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange being hauled out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to face charges stood in stark contrast to the praise U.S. President Donald Trump showered on Assange's hacking organization night after night during the final weeks of the 2016 presidential campaign.The image of a disheveled WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange being hauled out of the Ecuadorian Embassy in London to face charges stood in stark contrast to the praise U.S. President Donald Trump showered on Assange's hacking organization night after night during the final weeks of the 2016 presidential campaign.

'I know nothing' -- Trump changes his tune on WikiLeaks | CTV News

Early this morning, news broke that WikiLeaks’ co-founder Julian Assange had been arrested by London's Metropolitan Police Service at the Ecuadorian embassy. It was later announced that Assange was arrested in relation to an extradition warrant on behalf of the United States for conspiring with former US Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to hack into a classified USEarly this morning, news broke that WikiLeaks’ co-founder Julian Assange had been arrested by London's Metropolitan Police Service at the Ecuadorian embassy. It was later announced that Assange was

Trump is stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to Julian Assange | The Independent

The 22-year-old was leading a chant at a protest in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum.The 22-year-old was leading a chant at a protest in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum.

How one woman became the symbol of Sudanese protests - National | Globalnews.ca

Demonstrators are demanding a civilian government replace the military council that seized power from long-ruling president Omar al-BashirDemonstrators are demanding a civilian government replace the military council that seized power from long-ruling president Omar al-Bashir

‘The revolution has just started’: Protesters defy curfew imposed by Sudan’s new military rulers - The Globe and Mail

Just 59 per cent of Canadian millennials were found to have attained middle class status by their 20s, compared to 67 per cent of their boomer parentsJust 59 per cent of Canadian millennials were found to have attained middle class status by their 20s, compared to 67 per cent of their boomer parents

For millennials in Canada, the middle class dream slips a little further away: OECD | National Post

Just 59 per cent of Canadian millennials were found to have attained middle class status by their 20s, compared to 67 per cent of their boomer parentsJust 59 per cent of Canadian millennials were found to have attained middle class status by their 20s, compared to 67 per cent of their boomer parents

For millennials in Canada, the middle class dream slips a little further away: OECD | National Post

Calgary has never been so courted, coddled, flattered and fawned over as it is now, six days before the election.Calgary has never been so courted, coddled, flattered and fawned over as it is now, six days before the election.

Braid: Another Kenney-Notley brawl in the battle for Calgary | Calgary Herald

Calgary has never been so courted, coddled, flattered and fawned over as it is now, six days before the election.Calgary has never been so courted, coddled, flattered and fawned over as it is now, six days before the election.

Braid: Another Kenney-Notley brawl in the battle for Calgary | Calgary Herald

With one week left until Albertans head to the polls, a batch of mysterious signs is adding to ongoing campaign negativity. With one week left until Albertans head to the polls, a batch of mysterious signs is adding to ongoing campaign negativity.

Fake UCP signs add to Alberta election divisiveness | Globalnews.ca

In recent weeks, several UCP candidates have come under fire for hateful remarks, however one political scientist believes the comments won't be enough to change public perception.In recent weeks, several UCP candidates have come under fire for hateful remarks, however one political scientist believes the comments won't be enough to change public perception.

Hateful comments from candidates not hurting UCP voter support | Globalnews.ca

During this political season, we have been inundated with conflicting rhetoric. While we may not agree with what someone says, do we have the right to prevent him from saying it? It seems to me that we are heading into dangerous territory when we advocate for government control over the right of free speech.During this political season, we have been inundated with conflicting rhetoric. While we may not agree with what someone says, do we have the right to prevent him from saying it? It seems to me that we are heading into dangerous territory when we advocate for government control over the right of free speech.

Thursday’s letters: GSA privacy law sets bad precedent | Edmonton Journal