National NewsRed and white OHIP cards expire date to be set; Wilson-Raybould and Philpott to decide what party to join by early June SHARE ON: Greg Higgins, contributor, Thursday, May. 9th, 2019 Photo ID OHIP cards to become mandatoryOntarians still holding on to their red and white health cards will soon have to switch over. The province has been fading them out over the past two decades in favour of the more secure photo ID version. The Ministry of Health plans to set a final date the cards will expire but hasn’t released it yet. The ministry promised it won’t happen overnight though.The Green Party could get two more MPsThe two liberal MPs who left Justin Trudeau’s cabinet over the SNC Lavalin scandal might join the Green Party. Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott currently sit as independent members of parliament. The Green’s leader Elizabeth May said she expected the two to make a decision by early next month. The NDP is also an option.China hears appeal from Canadian sentenced to deathA Canadian sentenced to death in China had his appeal heard and will find out his fate at on an unspecified date. Robert Schellenberg was initially sentenced to 15 years for being a major part of a crystal meth smuggling operation. His sentence was changed to the death penalty in January creating more tension between the two countries.Citizens falling out of favour with legalized cannabis decisionThe honeymoon appears to be over between Canadians and legalized Cannabis. A study by Dalhousie and Guelph universities showed that only 50 percent of those surveyed agree with legalization which is down almost 20 percent from 2017. The supply shortage is considered the main reason for the drop in support. Over a quarter of users said they are still getting the drug from their pre-legal sources out of convenience.North Korea launches unidentified projectileNuclear disarmament talks between North Korea and Washington could be at risk. The South Korean military reported the North launched at least one unidentified projectile for the second time in five days. Officials from the South are still investigating and haven’t released exactly what was fired from the North’s west side.