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NDP Leader Tom Mulcair is questioning why edible marijuana is not included in the government’s bill to legalize pot. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says work is ongoing to regulate cannabis in “all of its forms.”

Cardinal Thomas Collins says the issue of medically-assisted dying is too important not to be "deeply" examined. Collins weighed in on the assisted dying debate Sunday, saying "dying is simply not the same as being killed."

Sportscaster and TV host Erin Andrews testified during a civil trial Tuesday that she does not think she will ever get over the emotional fallout after a stalker secretly took nude videos of her and put them on the Internet. 

Ezra Levant can no longer practice law in Alberta after a Wednesday ruling from the province's law society. The political commentator applied to leave the society, which had received complaints against him over his writing.

Ontario woman Maria Shepherd has been acquitted of manslaughter after pleading guilty to killing her stepdaughter in 1991, based on evidence from now-disgraced Dr. Charles Smith. Shepherd was sentenced to two years less a day in 1992.

Tom Mulcair says the Liberal government is sending confusing "signals" on its planned marijuana law reforms. The NDP leader says no one should get a criminal record for pot possession for personal use.

 
 

Jennifer Neville-Lake says she is "glad" she could read a statement in court to the drunk driver who caused the death of her three kids and father. Marco Muzzo pleaded guilty to impaired driving in the 2015 crash in Vaughan, Ontario.

 
 

A lawyer in a federal court case says "hopefully" the government won't appeal a decision striking down rules barring medical marijuana users from growing pot. Health Minister Jane Philpott says Ottawa will review the ruling.

Durham police say eight people received "minor injuries" in a stabbing incident at a high school east of Toronto. Sgt. Bill Calder says two staff members held down a female student until police arrived and took her into custody.

 
 

Premier Christy Clark says B.C. will look to introduce legislation to prevent serial killer Robert Pickton profiting from a memoir purportedly written by him. Clark says the province has asked Amazon to stop carrying the book.

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