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Surfer Rescues Man and Dog From Choppy Lake Superior

A Minneapolis man who was riding the rough waters of Lake Superior aided save a man who was battling in the water while attempting to save a canine.

Darby Voeks, 26, was going to hop off the wharf at Park Point in Duluth on Wednesday to get one final wave when a lady in a wheelchair moved up and said she required assistance since her 29-year-old helper had gone into the water to save her canine. Voeks, who was in a wetsuit, dropped his surfboard and hopped in.

Voeks said the waves were outrageous and the man was depleted. He pulled the man near the wharf stepping stool, yet the man couldn’t pull himself up, so Voeks snatched a daily existence ring on the dock to pull him in.

At that point Voeks pursued the canine, the Star Tribune detailed.

“The canine’s intuition should have completely kicked in. It sat on my legs as I attempted to pull myself up and as we got up the concrete divider there was Coast Guard and local group of fire-fighters going around,” he said. “It’s totally dreamlike, it actually feels strange.”

The saved man was treated at the scene for conceivable hypothermia.

Duluth Police Lt. Robin Roeser said Voeks will be granted the division’s uncommon Police Partnership Award.

“You put yourself in danger to help another person,” Roeser said. “I don’t have the foggiest idea how we didn’t lose someone or lose a canine.”

Voeks, overseer of local area outreach for Richfield Young Life and Hope Church close to Minneapolis, said he was happy he chosen to follow one more wave.…

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Can Canada’s Legal Marijuana Revolution Soon Be A Reality?

The mere mention of “Cannabis Dispensary” evokes a mental image of what many of us perceive to be the dark side of Canada’s colorful cultural history. Some people may even conjure up images of marijuana pipes and clubs littered throughout the post-war period. While it is true that our society has taken a sharp turn towards progressive attitudes towards marijuana usage, the truth is that many of our communities have not. This is particularly the case with Canadian cities like Vancouver, which has seen an influx of Liberal and Conservative MP’s who appear to have little concern for the drug issues that plague the country. look at this- https://cannabis-kings.net/

 

Fortunately, Canadian drug laws are taking root and marijuana dispensarynear Meccanico’s Law is on their way to becoming a reality. As soon as federally approved marijuana becomes available across all Canadian provinces, the law will commence to promote and regulate the production, distribution, possession and sales of this popular drug. This new legislation has many experts optimistic. “The passing of this law is a major step in the direction of legalized cannabis across the country”, says Mark Housma, Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Medical Marijuana Physicians. “While medical use of cannabis remains controversial, it is obvious that Canadian doctors and pharmacists are moving toward recognition of its therapeutic value”. He goes on to declare that many patients are now finding relief from their debilitating illnesses through the use of medical marijuana.

 

Many of Canada’s provinces have yet to follow suit. While many are opposed to marijuana for various reasons, a few, like Ontario, have already passed laws enabling patients to use this drug for medicinal purposes. Until our leaders to step forward and announce that cannabis is here to stay, it seems that our country is headed in the right direction. Whether you agree with the legitimacy of the drug or not, one thing is certain, cannabis is here to stay and is a legitimate drug just like alcohol which has helped make our world a better place.