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Alberta’s new policy on psychedelic drug treatment for mental illness: Will Canada lead the psychedelic renaissance?

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Canada, a superpower? Here's how the country might one day fit the bill

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Hamline University under fire for art professor's dismissal

Hamline University under fire for art professor's dismissal

CHICAGO (AP) — A Minnesota university's decision to dismiss a professor for including depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in a world art course has put the small, private school at the center of a debate over how to include controversial material in c
Cannabis company Organigram reports Q1 profit as revenue and margins improve

Cannabis company Organigram reports Q1 profit as revenue and margins improve

TORONTO — Organigram Holdings Inc. reported a profit in its latest quarter compared with a loss a year earlier as its revenue and margins improved. The cannabis company says it earned net income of $5.3 million for the quarter ended Nov.
Los Angeles chief 'deeply concerned' by 2 police shootings

Los Angeles chief 'deeply concerned' by 2 police shootings

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles police chief said Wednesday he is concerned about two recent fatal police shootings, including one in which officers failed to call for a specially trained mental health team during an interaction with a man in cris
Minnesota lawmakers start down path to legalizing marijuana

Minnesota lawmakers start down path to legalizing marijuana

ST. PAUL, Minn.
N.S. murder trial: Text messages led police to suspect Halifax med student was killer

N.S. murder trial: Text messages led police to suspect Halifax med student was killer

HALIFAX — This first time police interviewed William Sandeson about the disappearance of a fellow Dalhousie University student, they didn't learn much. But soon after the medical student left the police station on Aug.
Dish from Harry, one of their own, could fuel royal change

Dish from Harry, one of their own, could fuel royal change

LONDON (AP) — In public, they present a united front — always. But Prince Harry has a very different story to tell about the British royals and the way they operate.
Surveys on cannabis consumption spaces in B.C. produce mixed opinions

Surveys on cannabis consumption spaces in B.C. produce mixed opinions

VICTORIA — British Columbia has released results of public engagement on the possible approval of cannabis consumption spaces, such as at lounges, cafes, special events or other businesses where marijuana products are available for sale.
Legal recreational marijuana sales start in Connecticut

Legal recreational marijuana sales start in Connecticut

MONTVILLE, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut's first round of recreational cannabis sales for adults 21 and older kicked off Tuesday at seven existing medical marijuana establishments across the state, less than two years after Gov.
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