ALBANY, N.Y. — Gun enthusiasts fearful of new weapon controls and alarmed by rumours of government hoarding are buying bullets practically by the bushel, making it hard for stores nationwide to keep shelves stocked and even putting a pinch on some local law enforcement departments.
There’s been a lot of public and private handwringing within the legal establishment in recent years. There’s anxiety — and outrage — over the spiraling cost of legal education and the diminishing opportunities and salaries for recent law school grads.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese radio and television stations are to ban advertisements for expensive gifts such as watches, rare stamps and gold coins, the Xinhua state news agency said on Wednesday, as part of a push by the government to crack down on extravagance and waste.
It's a fermented, pungent tea, but it's the alcohol that can lurk inside of kombucha that's causing a stink. Regulators and retailers are concerned that the ancient and trendy tea may need to be regulated as an alcoholic drink.
A Vancouver Island man is outraged that a teen who smashed into his daughter and left her to die was given a driver’s licence in the first place.
Ralph and Molly Burton have written a letter to the province’s superintendent of motor vehicles demanding the law be changed to better screen and deny, if necessary, a learner’s licence to young people who have a long list of driving infractions, like this youth did.
OTTAWA — Gun owners who have had their licence renewal fees waived since Stephen Harper’s Conservatives came to power in 2006 will pay about $18 million annually in licence fees as the amnesty ends next month.
New changes to the firearms regulations were quietly posted in the Canada Gazette on the weekend that restore the $60 licence fee for non-restricted weapons.
The Conservatives implemented a two-year waiver on the fees in May 2006 and had renewed it every year until now.