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This article was published 26/11/2019 (190 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Town of Niverville residents have voted in a binding plebiscite to allow the retailing of licensed cannabis in the community.
"Yes" votes totalled 863 while "no" votes numbered 719, according to official results posted Tuesday evening to the Town of Niverville website and confirmed by senior election officer Audrey Neufeld.
For full coverage of the plebiscite results, check out the Nov. 28 issue of The Carillon.
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