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Jury finds Calgary couple guilty in 2013 death of toddler son

Jury finds Calgary couple guilty in 2013 death of toddler sonA jury has found a Calgary couple guilty in the death of their 14-month-old son. Jeromie and Jennifer Clark pleaded not guilty to criminal negligence causing death and failure to provide the necessaries of life for their son John. The Clarks' lawyers say doctors at the Alberta Children's Hospital were to blame because they raised the boy's sodium and fluid levels too aggressively.


RCMP raid two pot shops, seize product and issue tickets on Vancouver Island

RCMP raid two pot shops, seize product and issue tickets on Vancouver IslandThe managers of two pot shops on Vancouver Island where police seized thousands of dollars worth of marijuana say the British Columbia government failed them by only approving one store in the province before legalization as raids were reported on both ends of the country. The RCMP say they entered the Port Alberni Cannabis Club at around 11 a.m. Wednesday, before visiting Leaf Compassion Cannabis Dispensary around 2 p.m., and found both stores were open without provincial licences. Police gave the store no warning in the weeks or days before the raid, said general manager Christine Jarvis, and she blamed the province for not approving her licence application in time for legalization on Wednesday.


Singer-songwriter k.d. lang receives Alberta order of Excellence

Singer-songwriter k.d. lang receives Alberta order of ExcellenceLang was one of eight recipients of the Alberta Order of Excellence during a ceremony at Government House. Lang did not speak at the ceremony, but Carry noted she has continued to tour over the last two years while also riding her motorcycle in her spare time and cheering for basketball's Portland Trail Blazers. Other order recipients included Rosella Bjornson, Canada's first female airline jet pilot, and former Court of Queen's Bench chief justice Allan Wachowich.


Greens broker changes to B.C. government's new speculation tax, pledge support

Greens broker changes to B.C. government's new speculation tax, pledge supportBritish Columbia's minority government moved to change its key housing policy legislation on Thursday in an effort to win the support of the three members of the Green party. The amendments came just 48 hours after the speculation and vacancy tax was introduced in the legislature. Finance Minister Carole James and Green Leader Andrew Weaver said during a joint news conference that the three amendments to the proposed speculation tax will soon be tabled to ensure the law passes this fall.


One smart cookie: Edmonton girl guide sells out of cookies near cannabis store

One smart cookie: Edmonton girl guide sells out of cookies near cannabis storeShe's being called one smart cookie. As people lined up to buy cannabis at one of six Edmonton cannabis stores that opened Wednesday a small entrepreneur stood ready to capitalize on what could be expected to be customers' future need for a sweet snack. Nine-year-old Elina Childs had a wagon full of Girl Guide cookies for sale.


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