Cyclist banned for eight years for anti-doping violation after refusing to submit sample

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The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport has suspended cyclist Greg Doucette for eight years for a second anti-doping violation. The CCES said in a release Thursday that Doucette, 43, refused to submit a sample for an in-competition doping control session in May at the Tour de Keji race in Nova Scotia. Doucette, from Halifax, was suspended from competition for two years in 2010 when, as a powerlifter, he tested positive for a banned substance. Doucette was fined $50,000 and was handed a 20-month conditional sentence and one year ofRead More

EPS officers banned from recreational cannabis consumption

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Edmonton police officers will not be allowed to consume recreational cannabis when the drug becomes legal next week. “Police are held to a different standard than civilians, and may be called for duty at any time in the event of an emergency,” spokesperson Cheryl Voordenhout told CTV News in an email. The decision will be reviewed every six months. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines [su_feed url=”” limit=”20″] USA News Headlines [su_feed url=”” limit=”20″] ABC NEWS Headlines [su_feed url=”” limit=”20″]