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Ontario police urging province to press pause on the pot rollout
Posted on Sept. 12, 2017

After taking a few days to mull over that proposed timeline, representatives from the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have come out and said that there is absolutely no chance they will be ready to enforce legalized pot laws by next summer.

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Quebecers hold protest on Montreal's West Island to blast government's unfulfilled flood recovery promises
Posted on Sept. 11, 2017

Many flood-affected residents are finding themselves ignored by a government that claimed to have their backs.

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Parking officers improving Toronto road safety by calling out irresponsible drivers amid slow bike-plan roll-out
Posted on Sept. 8, 2017

Toronto drivers, be warned: if you encroach on or park in any of the city's limited number of bike lanes, you may find yourself being publicly shamed for it by a trio of plucky parking officers.

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Over a third of Quebec tenants don't have home insurance
Posted on Sept. 7, 2017

Would it be worth your while to skip out on home insurance? For a lot of Quebecers, the answer appears to be yes.

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Red light cameras already proving effective in London
Posted on Sept. 6, 2017

Since four red light cameras became operational in mid-June, London has issued 205 traffic light violations, a figure that amounts to a 46-ticket increase over the same period of time in 2016.

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