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OMQ Maps: Marijuana Dispensaries 2018 Across Canada

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Marijuana is officially legalized as of October 17, 2018. The long awaited day having been pushed back from July 1st, 2018, has given provincial governments time to adapt, implement regulations, and set up the necessary operational and sales infrastructure with authorized sellers. Indeed, provinces across Canada have taken steps forward in getting their retail locations … Read more »

What will happen to illegal dispensaries in Toronto 2018?

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Marijuana legalization in Canada is taking place this fall, on October the 17th. Individuals in Ontario who are 19 or older will have a legal right to smoke cannabis where smoking tobacco is permitted and possess a maximum 30 grams of legal marijuana. However, while on the road to legalization, many dispensaries popped up looking … Read more »

Summary Conviction- Traffic Violation

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Traffic violations happen more often than one would like. No doubt, at one point or another, you yourself have gotten pulled over and usually end up getting a ticket if you are stopped by police. When that happens, you may find yourself regretting a hasty driving decision because there is very little that can be … Read more »

New Laws In Canada For 2018

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The new year has begun and with it, new legislation is being passed. From federal to provincial laws, changes that may affect you are undergoing revision, have been implemented or are going to be passed in the upcoming year. From laws that cover employment wages to regulations banning ticket bots, major changes in law include … Read more »

How To Become A Licensed Marijuana Producer

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With the legalization of recreational use of marijuana having been passed in Canada, it is not surprising that the upcoming changes are building an interest in producing marijuana in Canada. If you are interested in producing marijuana, you will need to apply to become a licensed producer.  As you can imagine, the application process is … Read more »

What to Expect in Severance Pay in Ontario

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Severance pay refers to an amount of money that an employee gets from an employer when the contract is terminated earlier than it was initially supposed. When an employee loses his job although he had a long-term contract, he can get paid to compensate the loss. Severance occurs when a company where the employee works … Read more »