Former Sudbury pharmacy worker awaits sentence on $1.5M fentanyl fraud conviction

A former pharmacy worker in Sudbury awaiting a prison sentence for writing $1.5 million in fake fentanyl prescriptions will have to wait a little longer. (Alana Everson/CTV News) A former pharmacy worker in Sudbury awaiting a prison sentence for writing $1.5 million in fake fentanyl prescriptions will have to wait a little longer. (Alana Everson/CTV News)

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opinion | These are the 5 main takeaways from 'Harry and Meghan'

The much-anticipated docu-series 'Harry & Meghan' has finally dropped on Netflix, to the delight of fans of the couple, and the consternation to those who have had just about enough of the royal pair. Royal commentator Afua Hagan outlines the five main takeaways from the first three episodes of the six-part series.