Canada faces shortage of pots because the supply struggle can only be met after months of legalization, and some experts say it could take years to get back on track. Here's what else you need to know to start the day.
1. Michael Wilson: Succeeding appears for the former Finance Minister of Progressive Conservative Michael Wilson, who died at age 81 on Sunday after the cancer raid.
2. Lack of Pot: Four months after cannabis's recreational sales have become legitimate in Canada, stores are coming out of the product, and one expert says it could be corrected for up to five years.
3. PMO Controversy: Conservative leader Andrew Scheer asks Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to give up the privilege of attorneys and clients so that former state attorney Jody Wilson-Raybould can speak publicly about SNC Laval.
4. Grammy Awards: Women and rap triumphed on 61st Annual Grammy with female performances, winning top honors, including Kacey Musgraves for the album of the year and Cardi B for the best rap album.
5. Auto Service: Ottawa Uber's driver was charged with a criminal offense after allegedly refusing to pick up a visually impaired passenger with the dog he served.
One more thing…
Udarač: The juvenile present fed the mumurluk after the police were called to remove it from the bar in Oshawa, Ont., Several hours after the last call.