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The Canadian military fed its comrades cannabis muffins during a firearms exercise, now they want to sentence her to five years in prison
The Chelsea Cogswell girl was found guilty of using a "poisonous thing" against eight soldiers, as well as dishonest behavior.
The soldiers felt drunk eating cakes in 2018.
The crime occurred three months before cannabis was legalized across Canada.
Military Judge Commander Sandra Sukstorf announced the decision on Wednesday. She said that the prosecutor's office had proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the injured soldiers had eaten cannabis from cupcakes that the military had deliberately given them.
The soldiers said "that they felt stretched, chaotic, paranoid and lethargic" after eating such dishes.
The court is expected to rule in November.
81% of Canadians have already received the first dose of the vaccine
In order to vaccinate another population against the coronavirus, a "new approach" will have to be chosen that will "reduce barriers and provide support". It is unknown what specific steps are in question.
Margaret McNeill a remporté la première médaille d'or du Canada aux Jeux olympiques de Tokyo.
La championne du monde du 100 m papillon féminin a dominé la nage de lundi au Tokyo Aqua Center.
Ayant pris la septième place au 50 mètres de natation, au 100 mètres de natation, elle a obtenu un résultat de 55,59 secondes - c'est le troisième résultat le plus rapide de toute l'histoire de la compétition.
La deuxième place a été prise par un athlète de Chine, la troisième - d'Australie.
À l'heure actuelle, l'équipe nationale canadienne a trois médailles - l'or McNeal, l'argent au relais féminin en natation et l'argent à la compétition en plongeon synchronisé à partir d'un tremplin de trois mètres.
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Bill Gates and Melinda French officially divorced
The divorce between Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates, cofounders of one of the world’s largest private charitable foundations, was finalized on Monday, a court document showed.
The couple filed for divorce on May 3 after 27 years of marriage, but pledged to continue their philanthropic work together. The Gateses said at the time that they had reached agreement on how to divide their marital assets.
York Terrier rescues 10-year-old owner from wild coyote in Toronto
Lily Kwan went for a walk with her dog Macy. Then the girl and her dog began to be chased by a wild coyote. The dog began to behave aggressively. Macy sensed danger and stopped following her owner. The girl let go of the leash.
Macy then began to defend Lily, and prevented the coyote from attacking the girl. Meanwhile, the dog's owner began calling for help, knocking on nearby houses.
Canada will open its borders to vaccinated Americans from August 9 and to tourists from other countries in September
After August 9, passenger traffic will increase, so Canada will allow aircraft to land at five additional airports:
Halifax Staffield International Airport;
Jean Lesage International Airport, Quebec;
Ottawa McDonald-Cartier International Airport;
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport;
Edmonton International Airport.
Immediately before entering Canada, all tourists must undergo a molecular test for COVID-19, even if they are fully vaccinated against coronavirus. But after August 9, the adjusted rules for passing the test will take effect. What they predict is still unknown.