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What's Happening NOW - Oct. 17, 2018

Wed, 10/17/2018 - 15:26
By paNOW Staff paNOW News Director Glenn Hicks talks with Tyler Marr at battlefordsNOW about the first day of cannabis legalization and what's open in the Battlefords.    ... Read More
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First cannabis sold in the Battlefords as prohibition ends

Wed, 10/17/2018 - 12:39
By Tyler Marr Over 30 people stood eagerly inline outside Fire & Flower Cannabis as passerby honked and hollered in support. “Welcome cannabis,” Jim Davey said while wielding a massive set of scissors to snip the ribbon on the door of his cannabis retail outlet in North Battleford.   And with that ... the first legal cannabis shop has opened in North Battleford. ... Read More
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SIGA says no to cannabis cigarettes

Wed, 10/17/2018 - 12:25
By Nigel Maxwell With recreational marijuana use now legal in Canada, inquiring minds want to know when and where they can go to light up, but paNOW has learned at least one form of popular entertainment in the province will not be gambling with issues related to second hand cannabis smoke. ... Read More
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North Battleford readies for first legal cannabis purchases

Wed, 10/17/2018 - 10:09
By Tyler Marr Standing huddled together with coffee in hand and toques on their head, residents in the Battlefords were eagerly waiting for the doors to open on the region's first legal cannabis outlets Wednesday. “Excited and ready to be the first ones,” were the words from three Battleford residents patiently waiting outside Jimmy’s Cannabis Shop in the town at 7 a.m.  “It is a whole new world,” Zack Jones said, never believing this day would come in his lifetime. ... Read More
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Mike Babcock chats about Children’s Hospital and the Raiders

Tue, 10/16/2018 - 17:00
By Jeff D'Andrea Mike Babcock has been involved with Children’s Hospitals for much of his coaching career in the NHL. After his Detroit Red Wings won the Stanley Cup in 2008, he brought silver mug into the hospital there. As the head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, he and his team regularly visit the Children’s Hospitals there. But now, Babcock gets to be a part of something that hits a little closer to home. He’s the campaign ambassador for the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation. Next year, the hospital will be built in Babcock's hometown of Saskatoon.  ... Read More
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