Made-in-Ontario solution to protect youth while reducing costs
A group of former provincial inspectors and police officers are offering the province a plan to better protect youth from alcohol, tobacco and gambling addictions.
Pot dispensary will open on Saturday
District of North Vancouver to ban sale of marijuana without federal authorization.
Ontario's liquor store take tops $1.5-billion
Ontario's alcohol retailer boasted another year of record profit in 2011, no doubt leaving many in the province's business community once again wishing they could get a piece of the lucrative action.
Mexican Drug Cartels Now Using Tanks
The drug war raging in Mexico has taken a turn for the worst after authorities found homemade armored vehicles, equipped with half inch thick steel plates and murder holes.
Student drinking still concern on campus
The coroner said universities need to address what he called a culture of drinking.
Canada pledges $5-million to fight drug crime in the Americas
The Canadian government is stepping up aid packages to help fight destabilizing crime in Latin America and the Caribbean, but is warning that radical suggestions like legalizing drugs are no easy solutions.
Beyond AA: Online mag offers stories of addiction and DIY sobriety
In the bottomless pit of heroin addiction, Tony O’Neill watched his teeth fall out and pus-filled abscesses form in his punctured skin.
Province wants legislation that makes the grade
New Brunswick's move to lengthen licence suspensions may be the first of other legislative changes to come as the province takes a more aggressive approach to penalties for motorists who drink and drive.
Heroin clinic didn't hurt Mtl street: study
Heroin-related debris, like discarded needles, dropped 46 per cent in a Montreal neighbourhood after an injection clinic opened there in 2005, a newly published study suggests.
Playing blood-alcohol roulette risky for any driver who drinks
New Brunswick stiffening stance on being behind wheel impaired.