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  1. health providers are warning parents and other adults about the potential dangers to children of exposure through second-hand smoke or the ingestion of cannabis-laced edibles. Even the tail end of a joint can pose a risk if a curious child were to eat it
  2. On the eve of weed legalization, Postmedia hit the streets to get Edmontonians’ take on a legal toke. During the lunch rush in the downtown core Tuesday afternoon, many residents said they are interested... He said he is concerned about secondhand smoke
  3. Officials argue low cannabis taxes are needed to freeze out black market as ever-higher tobacco taxes encourages illicit tobacco trade
  4. Municipality says it is having trouble finding appropriate areas in downtown core
  5. The bylaw prohibits smoking on municipal property unless marked as a designated area. But as Alicia Draus reports, there are only nine designated areas and none on the peninsula.
  6. A number of ashtrays will soon be gone along busy Edmonton strips like Whyte Avenue and Jasper Avenue to comply with the new no-smoking-in-public-places bylaw. There will still be some designated smoking zones in those areas — beyond the 10-metre buffer
  7. On Sunday, Checkup opened the lines to Canadians to share their thoughts on the upcoming legislation. While some worried about secondhand smoke and the long-term effects of marijuana use, others were optimistic about how easier availability could benefi
  8. Montreal had originally said it would allow cannabis consumption in parks where tobacco smoking is permitted, but the new provincial government has other plans.
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