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    Alcohol giant bets on cannabis with $5-billion Canopy deal - The Globe and Mail

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    Alcohol giant bets on cannabis with $5-billion Canopy deal
    The Globe and Mail
    Constellation Brands Inc., the global alcohol company that makes Corona beer and Robert Mondavi wine, is taking aim at the booming cannabis market with a $5-billion bet on Canopy Growth Corp. − hedging against potential declines in beer and liquor...
    'Cannabis disruption' ahead: Constellation Brands' $5 billion investment in Canopy may signal industry shakeupOttawa Citizen
    Canopy Growth Corporation (CGC) CEO Bruce Linton Q1 2019 Results - Earnings Call TranscriptSeeking Alpha
    Constellation Brands invests $5B in Canopy GrowthYahoo News Canada (blog)
    Grand River Sachem-BBC News-Regina Leader-Post-The Detroit News
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    Second Cup says it may convert Ontario coffee shops to cannabis stores - Toronto Star

    Toronto Star

    Second Cup says it may convert Ontario coffee shops to cannabis stores
    Toronto Star
    OTTAWA—The Second Cup Ltd. says it is actively reviewing locations in Ontario for potential conversion to cannabis retail stores in light of policy changes in the province. The company's announcement comes after Ontario's Progressive Conservative...
    Ontario postpones private cannabis sales until April 2019Mortgage Broker News
    Canadian Cannabis Debut Delayed In OntarioForbes
    Fate of most Ottawa illegal dispensaries up in the air but one owner will try to go legalOttawa Citizen
    National Post-Toronto Star-Toronto Star-AMO
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    'I made it!': Man flies nearly 2300 km in opposite direction after boarding wrong plane - CTV News

    CTV News

    'I made it!': Man flies nearly 2300 km in opposite direction after boarding wrong plane
    CTV News
    It wasn't exactly the most direct route, but after boarding the wrong plane and flying nearly 2,300 kilometres in the wrong direction, a Winnipeg man finally landed in Inuvik, N.W.T. a day and a half later than he intended. On Saturday morning ...
    'All-time favourite mistake': Winnipeg filmmaker flies 2300 km in wrong direction after boarding wrong flightThe Province
    First Air says it followed boarding rules after flying passenger nearly 2300 km in wrong directionCBC.ca
    Canadian Flies 2300 Kms In Wrong Direction Because Of Flight Attendant's JokeNDTV

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    Report: SEC subpoenas Tesla about CEO's buyout plans - CTV News

    CTV News

    Report: SEC subpoenas Tesla about CEO's buyout plans
    CTV News
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Government regulators have subpoenaed Tesla as they dig deeper into CEO Elon Musk's recent disclosure about a potential buyout of the electric car maker, according to media reports. The subpoena from the Securities and Exchange...
    Saudi fund may only play minor part in Musk's $72 billion Tesla plan: bankersYahoo News Canada (blog)
    Price will be central piece of Tesla buyout puzzleFinancial Times
    10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
    Economic Times-CleanTechnica-Tech in Asia-Gizmodo
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    Higher grocery store prices coming, Metro warns, amid tariff, minimum wage pressures - Windsor Star

    Windsor Star

    Higher grocery store prices coming, Metro warns, amid tariff, minimum wage pressures
    Windsor Star
    Grocer says it will ensure its prices remain competitive, but expects costs to rise across the industry. The Canadian Press. Updated: August 15, 2018. Excluding Jean Coutu, Metro says sales would have been up 2.4 per cent for the quarter.

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    Home sales tick higher - Castanet.net

    Castanet.net

    Home sales tick higher
    Castanet.net
    The Canadian Real Estate Association says home sales in July were up 1.9 per cent compared with June. The increase was led by the Greater Toronto Area, while more than half of all local housing markets reported an increase in sales from June to July.
    Canadian home sales tick higher in July led by Greater Toronto Area marketThe Daily Courier

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    Farmers ponder impact of alternatives to pesticides being banned - Nanaimo News Bulletin

    Montreal Gazette

    Farmers ponder impact of alternatives to pesticides being banned
    Nanaimo News Bulletin
    The federal government is giving farmers three years to figure out what pesticides they can use to protect their crops from aphids and mites, but some say they aren't convinced about the alternatives. Health Canada confirmed plans Wednesday to ...
    Canada to Phase Out Crop Chemicals Linked to Bee DeathsVoice of America

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    Nexen reports 270000-litre pipeline spill of produced water in northern Alberta - Financial Post

    Financial Post

    Nexen reports 270000-litre pipeline spill of produced water in northern Alberta
    Financial Post
    Nexen Inc. logo at the company's annual meeting in Calgary on April 25, 2012. A month after being ordered to pay $750,000 in fines related to a 2015 pipeline leak, Nexen is reporting a spill of 270,000 litres from a pipeline in the same area of ...
    Produced water release at Long Lake under investigation, says NexenEdmonton Journal

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    Wanna bite of this 24-karat gold, $100 burger? CNE unveils this year's wacky treats - CBC.ca

    CBC.ca

    Wanna bite of this 24-karat gold, $100 burger? CNE unveils this year's wacky treats
    CBC.ca
    Chocolate-banana steak eclairs, pickle ice cream, fried frog legs and s'more fried chicken sandwiches are among the crazy gastronomic concoctions revealed before the Canadian National Exhibition opens in Toronto on Friday. The annual summer carnival...
    Canadian National Exhibition unveils this year's over-the-top treatsGlobalnews.ca
    8 bizarre foods to try at the 2018 CNEToronto.com
    Lanterns, pickles and a lot more at this year's CNEToronto Sun

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    City council hopeful, other pipeline protesters handed jail time - CTV News

    CTV News

    City council hopeful, other pipeline protesters handed jail time
    CTV News
    Seven anti-pipeline protesters, including city council candidate Jan Swanson, have been sentenced to spend a week behind bars for taking part in illegal demonstrations. Each of the pipeline opponents pleaded guilty Wednesday in B.C. Supreme Court,...
    Kinder Morgan protester Jean Swanson gets ready for jailNational Observer
    Ex-BC teachers' union leader among latest pipeline protesters to get jail timeVictoria News
    This Vancouver city council candidate was just sentenced to 7 days in jailVancouver Is Awesome
    Vancouver Sun-100 Mile House Free Press
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