Two Alberta women deny dancing dirty in Cambodia


Two Alberta women landed back in Canada after being jailed in Cambodia for what was called “pornographic dancing.” The two women deny all charges against them.

After a picture of an outdoor pool was uploaded by 19 Eden Kazoleas on to Facebook, she and 29 year old Jessica Drolet were both arrested among eight other people.

“It was terrifying, honestly”

Kazoleas said what made the experience so scary was neither of the women spoke the native language. 90 people were detained and it’s unclear why only 10 people were taken into custody. Their lawyer Frances Tibollo, said Kazoleas and Drolet didn’t appear to be in the photo.

The women aren’t happy about how they were portrayed in the media. Now the two are just glad to be back on Canadian soil. Drolet advises that if you’re going to be traveling, be aware of culture and do your research.

Vanessa Arrate


Cannabis and liquor to be sold in a joint venture


potHalifax announced that once cannabis is legalized in July it will be sold at nine liquor stores across the province. Proposals for construction companies are also in the works to alter the stores to market the product.

Mark Furey, the Justice Minister of Nova Scotia, mentioned that they will not only offer it in stores but online as well and home delivery will be available.

Among the nine liquor stores their will be one exclusively selling the plant. Once cannabis hits stores each household will also be able to grow up to four plants of the drug in their home.

-Andrea Ferrari