News and Articles About Canada
Canada has fostered a legal cannabis boom that will put cartels out of business. Meanwhile, the Trump Administration embraces "demon weed'' rhetoric.
Marijuana is likely to be legal throughout Canada next year and the markets are eager to get in on the ground floor.
Instead of running a bus service at $270,000 a year, the town will subsidize Uber rides.
While the US federal government remains stubbornly opposed to legalizing marijuana, our neighbor to the north is increasingly interested in cannabis commerce and moving away from pot prosecutions.
After all, it's a land where healthcare is free, people are friendly and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau explains quantum computing just for laughs.
After it was discovered that key states in the election could all swing red, Americans explored other options outside of the U.S.
'Maple Match makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency,' the Maple Match website reads.
Known as the McBarge, the restaurant has been sitting in Canadian waters for nearly 30 years.
This isn't the first time that Trump's candidacy has sent eyes toward the Great White North.
A Canadian franchise is taking poutine to the next gut-busting level.
Amazon Lending, its business loan program for small sellers, will be available in eight more countries later this year.
The treat is being sold for a limited time in select markets as part of the 'Great Canadian Taste Adventure' campaign.
Same language and behaviors, and similar tastes. What's not to like, eh?
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