Hearst Election Final Result 2018

Head of Council Elected Candidate Votes Percent YES Roger Sigouin 1,397 84% NO Yval Lagacé 269 16% Council Elected Position Candidate Votes YES Councillor Josée B Vachon 1,365 YES Councillor Marc Ringuette 1,151 YES Councillor Conrad Morin 911 YES Councillor Daniel Lemaire 830 YES Councillor Joël Lauzon 1,015 YES Councillor Gaëtan Baillargeon 1,123 NO Councillor […]

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CANADA POST STRIKE – CUPW strikes hit 10 more communities across Ontario, Hearst Included

HEARST | Nov. 9, 2018  – While negotiations continue, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has begun job action this morning in Hawkesbury, Alexandria, Napanee, Collingwood, Muskoka, Pembroke, Hearst, Englehart, New Liskeard and Kirkland Lake, Ont. Meanwhile, strikes have ended in Brantford, Oshawa, Guelph, Midland, Orillia and Parry Sound, Ont. and in Quebec and Nova Scotia communities where strikes had started yesterday morning. Service impacts as strikes have trailers backlogged Canada Post has been working hard to […]

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Is confiscated cannabis illegal?

It is not easy for the police to prove that the cannabis discovered comes from the SQDC or a pusher There is confusion over the application of certain aspects of the cannabis law six days after the product was legalized, even though the police started to issue reports of illegal possession. Possession of marijuana not […]

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Derek Jeter sells his New York castle for $ 15M

Since he retired, the legend of the New York Yankees is very busy. So much so that he decided to sell his “summer castle” which had already belonged to his grandfather. The co-owner of the Miami Marlins bought the homestead in 2002. Located in Greenwood Lake, a 1-hour drive northwest of Yankee Stadium, the 11,000-square-foot, six-bedroom, […]

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Did the Simpsons predict the pot legalization in 2005?

There are countless episodes where the Simpson revealed prophecies. Be it the election of Trump, the Rolling Stones still active in 2015 or the Apple Watch. But the legalization of the pot? The Daily Mail makes a connection between the legalization of cannabis in Canada last Wednesday and a 2005 Simpson passage .  During the episode aired during the 16 th  season, Homer, Grandpa Simpson, Apu […]

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Cannabis: the rules to follow

It’s no secret that cannabis has now been legalized everywhere in Canada since yesterday. This novelty is accompanied by many rules that will affect the daily lives of consumers: try to see clearly to avoid fines! Outside Smoking cannabis will primarily be prohibited wherever it is already forbidden to smoke or vapoter tobacco, that is to […]

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The pot for dummies

Within 48 hours of the legalization of cannabis in Canada, here is a small reminder sheet to refresh your memory. CONSUMPTION METHODS Smoking or spraying Potential start of effects: From a few seconds to a few minutes  Potential duration of effects: Up to 6 hours Ingest (food or capsules)  Potential onset of effects: 30 minutes […]

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Legalization and regulation of cannabis

The Cannabis Act creates a strict legal framework to control the production, distribution, sale and possession of cannabis across Canada. The Act aims to achieve three objectives: keep cannabis out of reach of young people; prevent profits from falling into the hands of criminals; protect public health and safety by allowing adults to have access to legal cannabis. […]

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