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(Ont-OSPCA-Law-Unconstitutional)

The provincial government says it's reviewing a court ruling that found the enforcement powers held by the Ontario S-P-C-A are unconstitutional.

Ontario Superior Court Justice Timothy Minnema says the province was wrong to grant police powers to the animal welfare agency in 1919 without also imposing the standards of accountability and transparency that police must follow.

Minnema has given the province a year to re-write laws governing the organization to remedy the situation.

The O-S-P-C-A says it will continue to provide animal protection services while the government determines how it wishes to proceed. (The Canadian Press)

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(Ont-Cancer-Failure)

A Hamilton hospital has asked outside experts to review its radiation therapy program after 25 women may have received faulty treatment for cervical cancer.

Hamilton Health Sciences says it's uncovered a problem with the machine used to provide brachytherapy treatment in 2017 and 2018 at the Juravinski Cancer Centre.

It says radiation may not have been delivered to the correct target because a guide tube was the wrong length.

Hospital officials say the treatments have been put on hold pending the review and that they're monitoring all impacted patients. (The Canadian Press)

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(Cannabis-Lottery)

The province says it will be accepting applications next week to enter the lottery to apply for the first 25 licences to sell retail cannabis in Ontario.

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario says expressions of interest can be submitted online from Monday through noon on Wednesday -- with the draw taking place on January 11th to select those that will be allowed to apply for a licence.

Commission spokesman Raymond Kahnert says the aim of the process is to ensure that applicants are truly interested and are able to commit financially to open a cannabis outlet.

Winners will be published within 24 hours of the lottery selection. …

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