5 things to know on Wednesday, June 20 on CTVNews.ca: Marijuana, childhood depression, Crohn’s

Marijuana is expected to be legal in Canada by September after the Senate passed Bill C-45, setting it up for Royal Assent. 1. Marijuana

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Suspicious death in Queen Mary Park; police respond to shooting call

EDMONTON — Police are investigating a suspicious death that happened on Christmas morning. Officers received reports about shots fired in the area of 117

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Satan visits Courtenay after ‘Santa’ photo-op typo

An island man dressed as Satan visited Courtenay’s Christmas Parade after a newspaper accidentally offered photos with the devil in a typo. Source link

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In pictures: Snowy storm roundup across southwestern Sask.

Travel is not recommended on some southwestern Saskatchewan highways on Monday morning as the province continues to deal with a late September snowstorm. The

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Mourners to gather for slain teenager’s funeral in Hamilton today

HAMILTON — Family and friends will gather to mourn Devan Bracci-Selvey at the 14-year-old’s funeral in Hamilton today. The teen was stabbed to death

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‘He would be proud of this’: Equipment drive in memory of Dave Semenko

An equipment drive in memory of Edmonton Oilers great Dave Semenko began Monday.  Semenko died in 2017 after a short battle with cancer. Dave’s

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Park Ex business owners fight gentrification

Business owners at the corner of Ogilvy Ave. and Hutchison St. in Park Extensions are getting the boot. Their landlord has given them notice

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Montreal marathon director resigning after death of runner over the weekend

MONTREAL — The director of the Montreal marathon says he is resigning after the death of a runner at the event over the weekend.

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Students earn credit for new e-sports course

High School students at the Centre Professionnel et Technique Minto can now take their love of gaming to the next level—while earning a course

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Halifax beautification project is defaced with graffiti

A mural, which began as an initiative to transform a gritty Halifax alley into a beautiful display of art, was vandalized sometime between Wednesday

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