January 14: Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island (PEI), plans to lift a 23-year-old ban on selling canned carbonated soft drinks.
A date for lifting the ban has not been set, but it is expected that residents will be able to buy canned drinks on the island this Spring.
The ban dates back to 1984, when an Environmental Protection Act stopped the sale of canned drinks in a bid to stop litter.

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