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Cannabis supply still an issue in Lethbridge one year after legalization

Cannabis supply still an issue in Lethbridge one year after legalization

It’s been one year since recreational cannabis was legalized in Canada but supply is still an issue in Lethbridge. “It’s hard to match up with the supply,” said Gurdeep Singh, the director of west-side cannabis store, Nirvana.
WATCH: Global National – October 17

WATCH: Global National – October 17

Watch the full broadcast of Global National with Dawna Friesen for Thursday, October 17, 2019. View more Global National videos here , or submit a photo for our Your Canada segment here .
How to talk to your kids about differences and disabilities

How to talk to your kids about differences and disabilities

“Maybe we should play with her next time.” The casual remark, made in a swimming pool on Thanksgiving, stood out for Christine L’Abbé.
Ignored and Ignited: Seniors feel ‘invisible’ in federal election

Ignored and Ignited: Seniors feel ‘invisible’ in federal election

As the party leaders criss-cross the country in this federal election campaign, there is a sense among seniors their issues aren’t getting the attention they deserve.
Arrests made in early morning search warrant at Lethbridge home

Arrests made in early morning search warrant at Lethbridge home

Lethbridge police said charges are pending for two men who allegedly robbed a 28-year-old man at gunpoint in a room at the Superlodge Hotel on 7 Avenue South. It happened at around 7 p.m. on Wednesday.
B.C. company signs major deal to export wood pellets to Japan, won’t start until 2023

B.C. company signs major deal to export wood pellets to Japan, won’t start until 2023

The B.C. government says a new deal with a Japanese company will provide significant help to the province’s struggling forestry sector, but it won’t kick in until 2023.
Calgary Farmers’ Market breaks ground on second location

Calgary Farmers’ Market breaks ground on second location

Construction at the Calgary Farmers’ Market second location is officially underway as officials broke ground at the new site Thursday. The second location is located in Greenwich in the city’s northwest.
Officer describes chasing U-Haul through downtown Edmonton: ‘I saw people scatter’

Officer describes chasing U-Haul through downtown Edmonton: ‘I saw people scatter’

WARNING: This story contains disturbing content. Another member of the Edmonton Police Service who was working Sept.
Toronto’s Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre unveils new rooftop helipad

Toronto’s Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre unveils new rooftop helipad

Officials at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre have unveiled a new helipad for the province’s air ambulance system, a major improvement advocates say could mean the difference between life and death.
‘This problem has been getting worse’: RCMP increasing police presence in Moncton’s downtown

‘This problem has been getting worse’: RCMP increasing police presence in Moncton’s downtown

There will be an increased police presence on Main Street in Moncton as a result of a partnership between the Codiac Regional RCMP and city officials on Thursday.