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Recreational marijuana dispensaries on the rise in Vermont

Recreational marijuana dispensaries on the rise in Vermont

MONTPELIER, Vt.
Biden pardons 6 convicted of murder, drug, alcohol crimes

Biden pardons 6 convicted of murder, drug, alcohol crimes

KINGSHILL, U.S.
Cannabis-infused figs in Quebec may be delicious, but black market still thriving

Cannabis-infused figs in Quebec may be delicious, but black market still thriving

MONTREAL — Cauliflower, garden beet, reishi mushroom — these are some of the odd flavours of edibles for sale at Quebec's provincially owned cannabis stores.

AP News in Brief at 9:04 p.m. EST

As 'The King,' Pelé enchanted fans and dazzled opponents SAO PAULO (AP) — Pelé was simply “The King.” He embraced “the beautiful game” of soccer in his 1958 World Cup debut for Brazil and never really let go.
NY opens its first legal recreational marijuana dispensary

NY opens its first legal recreational marijuana dispensary

NEW YORK (AP) — The first legal dispensary for recreational marijuana in New York rung up its first sales on Thursday, opening up what is expected to be one of the country's most lucrative markets for cannabis — underscored by the dozens of unauthori
Folk legend Ian Tyson, known for 'Four Strong Winds' as part of Ian & Sylvia, dies

Folk legend Ian Tyson, known for 'Four Strong Winds' as part of Ian & Sylvia, dies

TORONTO — Ian Tyson, the Canadian folk legend turned cowboy storyteller who penned "Four Strong Winds" as one half of Ian & Sylvia, has died at age 89. The Victoria native died Thursday at his ranch near Longview, Alta.
NHL's Sidney Crosby, astronaut David Saint-Jacques among 99 named to Order of Canada

NHL's Sidney Crosby, astronaut David Saint-Jacques among 99 named to Order of Canada

OTTAWA — David Saint-Jacques says he has always been "obsessed" with the notion of perspective — from the physical, like understanding where we are in space and what's beyond the clouds, to the philosophical.
Judge orders another long prison term in Gov. Whitmer plot

Judge orders another long prison term in Gov. Whitmer plot

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A Delaware trucker described as a co-leader of the conspiracy to kidnap Michigan’s governor has been sentenced to more than 19 years in prison. Barry Croft Jr.
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