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Canada’s legalization of recreational cannabis has prompted a lot of conversation in households across the country, including about safety.
Canada’s legalization of recreational pot has prompted a lot of conversation in households across the country, including about safety. Global’s Meaghan Craig has more.
While many cities across Canada held parties and countdowns surrounding the legalization of recreational marijuana, residents in Regina were more reserved during the day.
Saskatchewan is no stranger to door-crashing Black Friday lineups, but on Oct. 17 a handful of stores around the province experienced “Weed Wednesday.” Ryan Kessler reports.
The Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018 edition of Global News at 6 with Carlyle Fiset and Marney Blunt on Global Regina.
Riders Charleston Hughes says he’s feeling “sorry” and “embarrassed” following impaired driving charge
Hughes was charged on Oct. 11 when Regina police found him behind the wheel of his vehicle parked on the side of the road.
Saskatchewan customers didn’t know what they were expected to pay today before they walked into a cannabis store but as Colton Praill found out the prices are much higher than other provinces
Residents on Shannon Road are frustrated by road work that has lasted for months in their neighbourhood.
Boardwalk tenants received notice ahead of legalization saying growing and smoking cannabis will be banned on the property and enforced based on complaints. It’s not the only rental company to put bans in place.
Stores in Saskatoon and Regina weren’t ready to open on marijuana legalization day.
‘It would have been better for our province had it not happened.’: Sask. law makers react to legalization
Minister responsible for the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) Gene Makowsky said the province did the best with the timeline imposed by Ottawa.
Recreational cannabis is now legal, but that doesn’t mean it will be easy to come by. Only a handful of retailers are open in Saskatchewan, none of them in Regina or Saskatoon.
How do cannabis prices stack up across the country? Check out our handy guide to see how prices compare between the provinces and territories.
Regina’s Santa Claus parade has been cancelled. Southland Mall, who organizes the parade says they will not be holding the parade in 2018 to focus on “community engagement and supporting families in need.”
Finally some warm weather hits #Sask, boosting temperatures into the teens and twenties. Tomorrow is looking similar. Here’s our meteorologist, Tiffany Lizée with your 3-day forecast.
Deschambault Lake RCMP said two bullet holes were found in a home in the northern Saskatchewan community.
Pot is legal across Canada but there were no stores that opened in Regina or Saskatoon, but just 10 minutes outside of Regina, Eden was open for business. Cannabis users were excited to be the first in line.
INFOGRAPHIC: Marijuana quick facts as it becomes legal across the country on Oct. 17.
In Saskatchewan, cannabis shops are up and running in Yorkton, Rural Municipality of Edenwold, North Battleford, Battleford and Martensville.