AGCO releases details on first marijuana shop locations
Ontario is unveiling the first three locations of brick-and-mortar pot stores.
The AGCO approved the locations in Toronto, St. Catharines and London. 25 seller’s licences have been issued across the province, with all stores expected to open April 1st. The AGCO is expected to release the locations of these other stores across Ontario in the next few weeks.
Over 40,000 veterans waiting for coverage approval
Tens of thousands of veterans are still waiting for approval for their benefit coverage.
Veterans Affairs had over 40,000 applications sitting in queue at the end of November according to reports. That’s 11,000 more than the same time in 2017.
China ramps up rhetoric over Huawei drama
Beijing officials are preparing to do anything necessary to defend Huawei.
China’s Foreign Minister said they would take all necessary measures to defend companies and residents amid the ongoing struggle with Canada and the US over the arrested exec. Huawei is currently pursuing lawsuits against governments in both countries.
Fries and potato chips are causing cancer: study
One of the top guilty pleasure foods may actually be killing you.
A new study has discovered the same chemical found in tobacco smoke is also in French fries and potato chips. The chemical can cause mutations in your body, which will eventually create cancerous tumors.
The Simpsons distances itself from Michael Jackson
Fox’s most popular show is scrubbing away it’s only Michael Jackson cameo.
Amid the drama surrounding the dead singer following the documentary ‘Leaving Neverland’, producers of The Simpsons will be pulling his cameo episode from all syndication runs and Blu-ray sets. The documentary features two men who allege they were molested as children by the former pop star.