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One-time use plastics could be on their way out in Canada; Political ads will have to be approved by Facebook to appear on the site

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Liberals will have public consultation over single-use plastic ban

Single-use plastics could be banned over the next two years if the Liberals have their way. That could include plastic straws, cutlery and cotton swabs. There will be public consultation to determine which products should be banned. The decision is being made to address growing concerns about polluting oceans.

Facebook will try and go beyond Liberal rules for running political ads

Facebook will allow political ads for the upcoming federal election, but they will have to be approved by the company. The social media site is starting its authorization process with multiple steps to ensure the group buying an ad is Canadian. There will also be a Canada only option for Indigenous groups to buy advertisements.

Gynecologist believes marijuana use could effect fertility 

Men and woman struggling to conceive could be adding to their infertility by smoking marijuana. An Ontario gynecologist is asking for more research into the effects of the drug on the reproductive system. She said there have been some studies that show smoking cannabis can change ovulation patterns and sperm maneuverability.

Women with recalled textured breast implants want them removed

Women with the textured breast implants recalled because of a risk of causing cancer want them removed. That is according to CTV, which reports Health Canada says removing them is unnecessary but previous breast cancer survivors with the implants think the risk of the disease returning is too high. Some women have said keeping them causes too much stress. It costs around $8,000 to get the implants removed.

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Lethbridge News

Blood Tribe members vote in favour of $150 million federal settlement in cattle claim

STANDOFF, AB - Blood Tribe members have voted in favour of a $150-million settlement with the federal government, bringing to a close a decades...

Ryan Parker seeks 8th term on Lethbridge City Council

LETHBRIDGE, AB - Long-time Lethbridge City Councillor, Ryan Parker, has announced his intention to run for re-election. He spoke with media Friday morning at Legacy...

GoFundMe campaign started for Lethbridge woman hit by vehicle

LETHBRIDGE, AB - A fundraiser has been set up for a Lethbridge woman who suffered serious injuries when she was hit by a vehicle...

UPDATE: Hurricanes games, other ticketed events to require vaccination proof or negative COVID test

LETHBRIDGE, AB - If you plan on going to watch the Lethbridge Hurricanes play a game at the ENMAX Centre this WHL season, you'll...

Lethbridge College & University both adopting Alberta’s new “Restrictions Exemption Program”

LETHBRIDGE, AB - Lethbridge's two post-secondary schools are getting onboard with Alberta's incoming proof of COVID-19 vaccination program. Lethbridge College and the University of Lethbridge...
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