Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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NAT001 - (Workplace-Marijuana) LANGLEY, B-C. x-21s. Business groups are calling on the federal and provincial governments to protect employers and employees when recreational marijuana becomes legal next year. Louise Yako with the B-C Trucking Association says companies need a way to tell if workers are using cannabis, especially when they work on busy highways. ("..safety-sensitive positions.") (SOURCE: The Canadian Press)

TAG: Canadian courts have previously ruled that drug testing should be allowed in some cases, but Yako says clarity is needed.

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NAT002 - (Workplace-Marijuana) SURREY, B-C. x-12s. A business group is urging the B-C government to consider how legalized recreational pot will affect workplaces. Anita Huberman is the C-E-O of the Surrey Board of Trade. She says employers need to have a clear idea of their rights and responsibilities if an employee is under the influence of cannabis. ("..legalize it.") (SOURCE: The Canadian Press)

TAG: The B-C government wraps up a public consultation today on regulations for legalized pot, and a report on the feedback is expected next month.

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NAT003 - (US-Russian-Hackers-Clinton-Campaign) WASHINGTON. x-31s. It was just before noon in Moscow on March 10th, 2016, when the first volley of malicious messages hit the Hillary Clinton campaign. Reporter Jackie Quinn says it all started with hackers sending bogus messages to a list of campaign staffers. ("..several times.") (SOURCE:The Associated Press)

TAG: The hackers tried to compromise Clinton's inner circle as well as more than 130 party employees, supporters and contractors.

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NAT004 - (US-Walt-Disney-Company-Los-Angeles-Times-Ban) UNDATED. x-30s. (Tim Maguire) The Los Angeles Times is not welcome at the so-called "Happiest Place on Earth." (SOURCE:The Associated Press)

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NAT005 - (ENT-Kevin-Spacey) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) UNDATED. x-29s. Sexual misconduct allegations continue to mount against actor Kevin Spacey. …

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