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Doctors suspect vaping behind dozens of lung illnesses in US

Mike Stobbe, The Associated Press

Most actively traded companies on the TSX

The Canadian Press

TORONTO - Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:

Toronto Stock Exchange (16,012.53, down 33.41 points).

Mexico high court to Health officials: Regulate medical pot

The Associated Press

MEXICO CITY - Mexico's Supreme Court has ordered the country's Health Department to set regulations complying with a law allowing medical use of marijuana and derivatives.

The law took effect in June 2017 but has yet to be put into practice.

Illegal pot the source for 4 in 10 users

Maan Alhmidi, The Canadian Press


North American markets rebound from selloffs

Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press

Canopy Growth shares dive on earnings miss

Aleksandra Sagan, The Canadian Press

Dutch athletics reeling after arrest of 2 relay runners

Mike Corder, The Associated Press

THE HAGUE, Netherlands - With the times she'd been running this season, Dutch athlete Madiea Ghafoor could have earned a trip to the World Championships in Doha next month as part of her country's 400-meter relay team. Instead, she is in a German jail awaiting trial on drug trafficking charges.

Coast Guard finds 43 bales of pot floating off California

The Associated Press, AP Member

AVALON, Calif. - Authorities have found 1,300 pounds (590 kilograms) of plastic-wrapped marijuana floating in the ocean near Santa Catalina Island off the Southern California coast.

Panthers' Cox cited for speeding, marijuana after camp ends

The Associated Press

BESSEMER CITY, N.C. - North Carolina Highway Patrol cited Carolina Panthers defensive end Bryan Cox Jr. for speeding, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on the final day of the team's training camp.

Canopy Growth books $1.3B Q1 loss

The Canadian Press

Police to crack down on impaired driving through Labor Day

Luis Alonso Lugo, The Associated Press

WASHINGTON - About 30,000 police officers will be out on the roads around the country through the Labor Day weekend to crack down on impaired driving, an annual effort that this year poses potential risks to immigrants who fear getting stopped and deported.

TSX, Dow post biggest one-day losses of 2019

Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press