Tuesday 16 October 2018

Daily Digest October 17, 2018.

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How a meeting six years ago led to the legalization of marijuana in Canada

Another election not in New Brunswickers� best interests, viceroy tells leaders
        Feds aiming to select preferred design for $60B warships by end of month
Scheer accuses Trudeau government of �proactively� reaching out to �Jihadi Jack�
        �Executioner� in ISIS video is Canadian, says captured Mississauga ISIS member

Postal union issues strike notices, could start rotating job action Monday
        McConnell Rules Out Vote on New Nafta Trade Deal Before 2019
Goodale says Canadian ISIS fighters will face consequences, officials won�t be put in danger to help
        Approaching carbon tax one reason now is a good time for broad-based tax reform
With Mark Norman trial, Liberals stuck in a situation they cannot win
        The China clause in USMCA is American posturing. But it�s no veto
No federal party will turn back the clock on the legalization of marijuana
        Our dirty little secret: No one has a monopoly on fairness

Federal bill to fix up official residences � including �fire hazard� 24 Sussex � tops $83M: NCC report
        Senators urge Trudeau government to overhaul tax system, cut corporate taxes
Cancelling cap and trade will result in $3 billion in lost revenue: FAO
        Judge will not force Bell Media to run ads for far-right Toronto mayoral candidate Faith Goldy
Ford takes shot at PM for cannabis plan during speech at Blue Mountain
        Liberal love-in? Trudeau�s approval among his base tops what CPC, NDP bases feel for Scheer, Singh
Trudeau Still Canadians� Top Pick for Taming Trump, Poll Shows
        Liberals 37, Conservatives 31, NDP 16, Green 7, People�s 1: Nanos
Trudeau Government Urged To Step Up Climate Action In Emergency Debate
        Former military captain detained for months in U.S. on decades-old marijuana charge in Canada

Premier Ford won�t meet with top Trudeau minister Dominic LeBlanc this week
        U.S. pot firms urge Trump to deny Canadian producers� �competitive advantage�
Halifax longshoremen criticize Brison on lack of port funding
        Democratic Institutions Minister rejects call to subject political parties to privacy laws
Alberta Party candidate disqualified over �discriminatory views�
        With a week to go, John Tory is still on track for re-election
Killer-rapist Paul Bernardo set for parole bid after 25 years in prison
        Meet your e-dealer: Shopify confident its online tech can handle cannabis demand
Campfires and cannabis: Parks Canada says it�s OK to smoke pot at campsites
        26% of Canadian parents say they use cannabis: Ipsos poll

Ottawa holds consultations on racism behind closed doors
Captured Canadians in Syria unlikely a legal problem for Trudeau, only a political one
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Brian Gallant, Blaine Higgs urged to form a grand coalition to govern New Brunswick - Jacques Poitras, CBC
        Trudeau vulnerable with voters on deficits despite strong foundation of support: poll - Stuart Thomson, National Post
Ford to feds: Improve testing for pot-impaired driving - Antonella Artuso, Toronto Sun
        Approaching carbon tax one reason now is a good time for broad-based tax reform - Andrew Coyne, National Post
Trudeau takes political gamble with legalized pot for Canadian adults - Kristy Kirkup, The Canadian Press, CTV News
        Mali Mission has �no prospect of immediate success,� says Operation Medusa commander - Rachel Gilmore, CTV News
Enough with the climate fear-mongering - Editorial, Toronto Sun
        Alberta to give $11.2M to municipalities for legalized pot costs; Iveson �furious� - Janet French, Edmonton Sun
Ontario ready to crack down on pot sales: Mulroney - Antonella Artuso, Toronto Sun
        Chrystia Freeland says Canada �very troubled� by disappearance of Saudi journalist - Steven Chase & Barrie McKenna, The Globe & Mail

Will the new leader of Quebec kill its immigrant-investor program? - Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun
        More than 1.1M Canadian jobs at risk due to autonomous vehicles: documents- CTV News
Sidewalk Labs says it will not own data collected in public places- The Globe & Mail
        Sunny business outlook may be the sign Stephen Poloz has been waiting for- Kevin Carmichael, Financial Post

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Courtage immobilier: Michael Applebaum laisse tomber son appelPlus
        Un bogue provoque des notifications chaotiques chez TwitterPlus
Ukraine: deux pilotes tu�s dans l'�crasement d'un chasseur SU-27Plus
        Le SPVM recherche des victimes potentielles d'un agresseur sexuelPlus
Laval: recherch� pour tentative de meurtre et menaces de mort sur les enfants de sa victimePlus
        Des sites culturels c�l�bres menac�s par le changement climatique en M�diterran�ePlus
Niger: 45 morts dans des inondations depuis juinPlus
        Donald Trump � Stormy Daniels: �face de cheval�Plus
Une exposition controvers�e de cadavres humains interdite � LausannePlus
        Un projet de loi pour r�former le syst�me correctionnelPlus

Climat: le monde a atteint un �point de non-retour�Plus
        Cour supr�me: importante victoire pour St�phanie RaymondPlus
L'Iran affirme avoir men� 700 attaques de drones contre l'EI en SyriePlus
        Trump met en garde le Honduras contre l'arriv�e d'une � caravane � de migrantsPlus
[VID�O] Le lait am�ricain, �laissez-le pourrir sur les tablettes!�Plus
        Le lait am�ricain, �laissez-le pourrir sur les tablettes!�Plus
La Maison-Blanche accroche un tableau de Trump au bar avec d'autres pr�sidentsPlus
        Violent incendie � Magog: un couple sauve une dizaine de personnesPlus
Un avion s'�crase � OttawaPlus
        Montr�al veut am�liorer l'acc�s � une alimentation de qualit�Plus

Royaume-Uni: un robot invit� � parler d'intelligence artificielle devant des d�put�sPlus
        Bottes Ugg, peluches: Harry et Meghan inond�s de cadeaux pour b�b�Plus
Maroc: un accident de train fait au moins six morts et 86 bless�sPlus
        Scandale de vaccins en Chine: amende record contre un laboratoirePlus
Amende pour un Isra�lien qui a urin� sur le m�morial d'AuschwitzPlus
        Dieselgate: Audi condamn�, la facture s'alourdit pour VolkswagenPlus
France: large remaniement du gouvernement Macron, qui cherche un �second souffle�Plus
        Vents violents: plus de 100 000 foyers priv�s d'�lectricit�Plus
Violent incendie dans un immeuble � MagogPlus
        Internement de musulmans: la Chine en op�ration s�ductionPlus

Bulgarie: Bouzloudja, l'ovni architectural communiste qui fascine le 21e si�clePlus
        13-Novembre: six mois de prison ferme pour une fausse victime des attentatsPlus
Les glaciers suisses ont perdu 2,5 % de leur volume en 2018Plus
        Mike Pompeo � Riyad pour tenter de d�nouer l'affaire KhashoggiPlus
Khashoggi: Riyad favorable � une � enqu�te approfondie �, selon PompeoPlus
        Sanctions: Pyongyang d�nonce les intentions � mal�fiques � de WashingtonPlus
Dans l'est de l'Ukraine, les �coliers vivent au rythme de la guerrePlus


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Six House Races to Watch for a Democratic Wave - Albert Hunt, Bloomberg
        Kanye West�s Heresy: Supporting Trump While Black - Steve Hilton, Fox News
Nancy Pelosi�s Hope for a Divided Government - John Diaz, San Francisco Chronicle
        Warren DNA test reinvigorates fight with Trump - Alexander Bolton and Amie Parnes, The Hill
Judge throws out Stormy Daniels�s lawsuit against Trump - Elise Viebeck, Washington Post
        It�s Not All About Trump - Frank Bruni, New York Times
Elizabeth Warren�s DNA Test Proves She Was Lying - David Harsanyi, The Federalist
        Russian Orthodox Church splits from Constantinople over Ukraine- Al Jazeera
�Terror motive� not ruled out in Cologne hostage-taking- AFP, The Times Of India
        May faces frantic 48 hours to save Brexit plan as talks stall- Dan Sabbagh, Pippa Crerar and Daniel Boffey, The Guardian

Riyadh, Arab allies threaten retaliation, but is their bark worse than their bite?- Leela Jacinto, France 24
        Boko Haram kills second aid worker in Nigeria- BBC News

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Palestine voted chair of U.N. Group of 77
        Turkish official: Police found evidence of Khashoggi slaying
Climate change 'at point of no return': Ban
        Turkish official tells AP police found evidence in Saudi consulate that Khashoggi was killed there
Gaza protests 'cannot continue': Israeli defense minister
        Italy's PM criticizes economic sanctions against Russia
Russian-backed Crimea to boost trade, transport ties with Syria
        Australia's shift in Israel policy could hurt ties with Arab nations: Egypt envoy
Iranian oil isn�t needed: U.S. envoy
        Goldman Sachs expects BDL to take steps to avert crisis

Syria ready to fight for Idlib if militants reject deal
        After standoff, May says Irish backstop cannot derail Brexit
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45 years ago in House of Commons Committee
I asked a question concerning the ability of
determining pot smoking impairment
The answer? "No clear means."

Concern remains the same now as then
for me - control of those choosing to be
threats to others for personal pleasure.



We all know that it's not okay to drink and drive, but what about smoking pot and driving?

While driving under the influence of marijuana isn't as bad as alcohol, studies have shown that smoking weed can affect spatial perception. Drugged drivers may have slower reaction times and can swerve or tailgate more often which makes them a much higher risk for accidents.

In most developed countries like Canada,drug-impaired driving is on the rise, particularly among young teenaged drivers, who are twice as likely to drive after smoking pot as they are after drinking.

New drugged driving laws in Colorado
Months before the commercial sale of recreational marijuana was legalized, the state of Colorado passed a law that made driving under the influence of pot illegal.

Any driver found with more than five nanograms of THC, the psychoactive ingredient of marijauana, per millilitre of blood could be charged with a DUI. 
Watch a Colorado public service announcement about the new marijuana laws.

To enforce that law, Colorado trained officers to look for signs of marijuana use on the road; distracted driving, light body tremors,  different sized pupils, impaired motor skills and the smell of marijuana in the vehicle.


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