Oct 04, 2015
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The debate over legal marijuana usage in Canada has become one of key issues in the federal election, pitting Liberal leader Justin Trudeau against the Conservative Stephen Harper, who has challenged his opponent’s pro-legalization stance claiming marijuana is “infinitely worse” than tobacco.
Conservative Leader Stephen Harper expressed his vehement opposition to marijuana once again, calling it "infinitely worse" than tobacco at campaign stop in Montreal on Saturday.
Conservative Leader vehemently opposed to Liberal support for legalization
A University of Waterloo researcher said on Saturday that Conservative Leader Stephen Harper’s assertion that marijuana is worse that tobacco “misleading.”
Legalizing pot would reverse decline in use of marijuana, putting more Canadians at risk of long-term health effects, Conservative Leader says.
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It seems like a never-ending saga for the circus elephant Nosey, who has endured insurmountable pain and suffering for at least a decade. Her story has come into the spotlight after she was found limping and faltering in her gait this summer, as humans enjoyed joyrides on her back.
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Chris Kutarna, co-author of Age of Discovery: Navigating the Risks and Rewards of Our New Renaissance, argues we are in the midst of a second Renaissance.
After years of complaints, Florida is poised to approve a sweeping education bill that would mandate recess in elementary schools, while taking gradual steps to reduce the amount of standardized tests required in public schools.