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New rules could help dislodge drug dealers
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Proposed amendments to Ontario’s Cannabis Control Act could bolster efforts to dislodge drug dealers from residential buildings. To date, police have not had the authority to immediately shut down and eject occupants of dwelling units where unlicensed cannabis sales/distribution occurs or where people younger than 19 use, sell/distribute or cultivate cannabis. That’s set to change as part of Bill 108, the More Homes, More Choice Act, introduced in the Ontario legislature on May 2.

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In deep water
Canadians today aren’t just worried about climate change – they’re experiencing its negative effects first-hand. With dramatic flooding in the east and wildfires in the west, an increase in catastrophic weather events has left everyone worried about the future. »READ MORE
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Ontario Fire Code to add steeper fine bracket

A second Fire Code violation will push Ontario property owners, managers, corporate officers and directors into a steeper fine bracket under proposed amendments to the Fire Protection and Prevention Act. New legislation tucked into the 2019 Budget Measures Act introduces a distinct slate of penalties for “a subsequent offence” and clarifies that any conviction under the Act or its regulations will count as a first offence.
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