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HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's government-owned cannabis retailer said it was taking measures Thursday to prevent people from skirting the access code required as part of age verification for online sales.
Toronto police want to speak with a man who stripped naked and jumped into a shark tank during a jazz night at a popular tourist attraction in the city.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A Chinese national pleaded not guilty Friday to charges of trying to steal trade secrets from multiple U.S. aviation and aerospace companies, including GE Aviation.
LOYGA, Russia — “First time here?” the conductor on the train that stops at the logging outpost of Loyga asks some departing passengers. “My condolences—there isn't even cellphone connection.”
CINCINNATI — A federal judge has appointed a classified information security officer in the case of a Chinese spy accused of trying to steal trade secrets from multiple U.S. aviation and aerospace companies.
TORONTO — The Ontario government plans to rebuild the aging radio network first responders across the province rely on during emergencies, saying upgrades to the system are sorely needed.
EDMONTON — A man faces six firearms charges after security officials at the Edmonton International Airport found two unauthorized handguns in a suitcase that had been checked in for a flight to Lebanon.
OTTAWA — Federal prison guards and other front-line correctional workers will not be allowed to use cannabis 24 hours before reporting to work.
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that three former security guards at the Quebec legislature can grieve their firings after they were found to be using a camera to spy on patrons of a neighbouring hotel.
MONTREAL — The head of Quebec's anti-corruption unit is stepping down next month.

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