A week after Langley City council voted to ban medical marijuana within its boundaries, Township council began looking at the issue.
Health Canada offers the following information about oral health on its website.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association for its efforts in expanding British Columbia's year-old Informed Dining initiative to a national program that expects to be in 12,000 food outlets nation-wide by the end of the year.
Re: "Legal grow-op plan 'failed miserably,' MP says," Wednesday, March 20.
Doug Hewer tends to his garden with the loving care of a dedicated horticulturalist.
March is Juvenile Arthritis Month. Now I imagine that many of you think I got this wrong; arthritis is a disease for old folks, or at least adults. But that is not the case.
MOST sensible people are skeptical of so-called silver bullet theories that attempt to perfectly explain or solve massive, complex problems with one simple fact or solution.
MARCH is Juvenile Arthritis Month. Now I imagine that many of you think I got this wrong, arthritis is a disease for old folks, or at least adults. But that is not the case.
As far as most Tri-Cities politicians are concerned, the laws around legal pot grow-ops are a mess and they want change.
News that Chilliwack RCMP busted a medical marijuana licence-holder producing 15 times more than allowed for by Health Canada is surprising.
A medical marijuana grow operation producing nearly 15 times more than allowed by
Did you know that March is Dietitians of Canada's Nutrition Month?
A medical marijuana grow-op in Surrey will be shut down after the facility caused damage to a neighbouring auto repair shop, according to Deputy Fire Chief Dan Barnscher.
Municipalities have to deal with the fallout of federal medicinal marijuana growing licenses and it's costing Maple Ridge police and fire resources.
Since there are 590 legal medical marijuana growers in Chilliwack and Health Canada has no rules that stipulate where pot should be grown, cannabis production takes place in commercial buildings, residential basements and agricultural outbuildings.
My civil and constitutional rights have been compromised by DPPL licences handed out by Health Canada with no regard to my rights to my health, security, and protection of my assets.
Residents of a Burnaby B.C. housing complex are fed up with a chronic infestation of bed bugs that has persisted despite numerous attempts to eradicate the bloodsuckers.
Most of the names in this story have been changed or omitted so as not to identify the location of the medicinal marijuana grow operations in question.
A year after reporting that Chilliwack residents were three more times likely than average British Columbians to be licensed medical marijuana growers, the Times has learned the number has tripled.