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A Vancouver couple is mounting a desperate search after someone broke into their vehicle to steal their beloved pet Luc.

Summerland rockslide: Crews prepare to blast with dynamite

A rockslide has closed part of Highway 97 in the Okanagan. The closure is near Summerland.

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TSA agent jumps to his death in atrium of Orlando airport

By Saturday afternoon, Southwest Airlines had cancelled 49 inbound flights and 45 outbound flights, according to the airport.

Winter weather bringing cold and snow to Saskatchewan

Snow and cold plagues much of Saskatchewan, temperatures have dropped into the -30 C range causing exposed skin to freeze in minutes.

Parents launch petition for new Kelowna school

Parents say aging Rutland Middle School needs to be replaced.

Richmond pedestrian in critical condition after being struck by Volkswagen Beetle

Police say the pedestrian wasn’t in the roadway when they were hit.

Toronto Liberal MP under fire for ‘let’s just whack him’ tweet on Doug Ford

Adam Vaughan’s comment was met with more than 450 comments — far more responses than shares or likes, which in the world of Twitter typically means a tweet has not been well received.

‘Magic mushrooms’ may be decriminalized in Denver, will vote in May

Denver would be the first U.S. city to halt prosecution of people caught with psychedelic mushrooms if the vote passes.

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This week on Focus Montreal: the CAQ explains why it’s closing Riverdale High School, a campaign to help women and their heart health and the EMSB’s new physical literacy program.

Venezuelan Montrealers rally in support of Juan Guaido

Venezuelan Montrealers rallied in support of the country’s disputed leader in downtown Montreal on Saturday. 

Crowds gather across Canada in support of Venezuela’s Guaido

Demonstrator Rebecca Sarfatti said the ultimate goal is to have a “fair and free election” in Venezuela, but in the short term, for there to be humanitarian aid sent to Venezuela “as soon as possible.”

Hundreds attend Edmonton information session on future plans for contentious Bighorn Country

The second of four public information sessions on the future of Bighorn Country was held in Edmonton Saturday.

Victim of fatal Surrey shooting identified as man with known gang associations

Bikramjit ‘Bicky’ Khakh was fatally shot at a home in Newton on Friday.

Montreal homeless man searches for stolen dog

A homeless man in Montreal suspects his a one-year-old German Shepherd mix was taken by a couple who didn`t like the idea of a dog living on the street.

Cardiff pay tribute to Sala in emotional win against Bournemouth

Bobby Reid scored twice as Cardiff City beat Bournemouth 2-0 on Saturday in a Premier League game that turned into a celebration of Cardiff player Emiliano Sala, who is missing and presumed dead following a suspected plane crash.

How the craft cocktail got its start in prohibition-era America

With America in the middle of a flourishing craft beer and craft spirits movement, it’s easy to forget that prohibition was once the law of the land.

How the gift of coffee is empowering women in Kenya

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Norwich defeat promotion rivals Leeds to return to the top

It had been 56 days since Norwich were top of the Championship – although it felt far longer – and the image of Tim Krul and a group of yellow shirts bounding over to the away supporters, fists clenched in the air, captured the importance of such a landmark victory in the quest for promotion.

Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens and New Jersey Devils go to overtime

The Habs’ 10-day break ended on Saturday afternoon with the first of back-to-back games at the Bell Centre on Super Bowl weekend.

Rebel Labour MPs set to quit party and form centre group

Growing discontent over policy on Brexit, anti-Semitism and Venezuela spur breakaway movement A group of disaffected Labour MPs is preparing to quit the party and form a breakaway movement on the political centre ground amid growing discontent with Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership on Brexit and other key issues including immigration, foreign policy and antisemitism. The Observer […]

Popular Brossard ice rink, Les 4 Glaces to close after reaching ‘the end of its economic life’

Mounting million-dollar repair costs have caused the company that owns the popular 4 Glaces skating complex to cut their losses by closing the rink in the summer of 2019.

Canada’s auditor general Michael Ferguson dies

Ferguson served as Canada’s auditor general for seven years.

Lax regulations made Brazil dam collapse all but inevitable

Three years after the 2015 dam rupture in Mariana that killed 19 people, industry regulations have gotten less, not more, rigorous in Minas Gerais state.

Coal export terminal project permit cancelled for Fraser Surrey Docks

The proposed terminal would handle more than four million tonnes of coal annually, most of it transported by rail from the U.S.

Venezuelan president Maduro proposes early elections in bid to reverse his fortunes

Maduro said the powerful government-controlled Constituent Assembly would debate calling early elections for the National Assembly parliament, which is opposition-controlled.

Canadian citizen dead in Mexico, Global Affairs says

It’s not known how the person died or where they were from.

Edmonton’s Chinatown explored through art, film at new exhibit

Dozens of people gathered Saturday for the opening of the exhibition, titled Figure 1, 2, 3, 6, 8 at the ASSIST Community Services Centre in Chinatown.

Lakefield’s cenotaph glistens with ice sculptures part of the Polar Fest festivities

This year marks the 15th Annual Ice Sculptures competition in Lakefield and this year’s theme is Mythical Woodland Creatures

Toronto gas shortage will likely improve by mid-week

The inundation of snow has prevented gas deliveries, leading to enough of a shortage for gas stations to turn customers away.

Possible south coast snow, -40 C temperatures for the interior as arctic blast hits B.C.

Much of B.C. is under extreme cold or arctic outflow warnigns.

Man charged following break-in at Middleton home

A 24-year-old man is facing charges after a home was broken into in Middleton, N.S., early Friday morning.

Ice On Whyte ending early due to freezing temperatures

A popular Edmonton winter festival is being forced to shutdown one day early because of poor weather conditions.

District Education Council hope to open 2 mega schools in Fredericton

There are four aging Fredericton schools on the north and south side that need major renovations,

Eastern Canada, Prairies can expect bouts of cold weather into March: meteorologist

“This year it looks like Eastern Canada as well as the Prairies will experience bouts of cold weather well into March,” said Global News meteorologist Ross Hull

IN PHOTOS: Edmonton’s Chinese Catholic Parish celebrates Year of the Pig with traditional carnival

Hundreds of people enjoyed a wide variety of activities, including music and dancing, martial arts displays and, of course, food.

Power outages widespread across several Edmonton neighbourhoods

A power outage affected several Edmonton neighbhourhoods Saturday afternoon.

Edmonton Oilers’ penalty killing falters in loss to Flyers

The Flyers’ power play struck four times in an OT win over the Oilers.

Junior hockey: Rockets blanked by Chiefs, Silverbacks roll past Warriors

Vees increase lead atop Interior Division with win over Wild.

Democratic presidential candidates call on Virginia governor to resign over racist photo

Northam apologized twice Friday after the photo surfaced and said Saturday he would remain in office despite widespread calls for him to step down.

Man struck and killed by truck on Hwy. 401: police

All eastbound express lanes of Highway 401 are closed at Yonge Street for the investigation, and traffic is extremely heavy in the area. 

Indigenous hockey coaches give blood in hopes of finding stem cell match for young Manitoba boy

Canadian Blood Services has partnered with Hockey Gives Blood for a month long stem cell campaign.

Fredericton community foundation announces Philanthropy in Action award recipients

The volunteer work of two locals is being recognized by the Fredericton community foundation

Winnipeg police catch teen speedster; give him $992 ticket

An 18-year-old Winnipeg man is nearly $1,000 poorer after being caught going more than 70 km/h over the speed limit Lagimodire Boulevard Friday morning, say police.

Driver walks away from spectacular New Westminster crash uninjured

Police said alcohol is not believed to be a factor but speed is. 

Lawyer concerned about driving regulations following Humboldt Broncos bus crash hearing

A Toronto-based lawyer says officials need to look closely at how Jaskirat Singh Sidhu was able to get on the road given his previous training and experience.

200-vehicle pileup closes Highway 20 eastbound

The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) has closed Highway 20 Eastbound as they are working on towing around 200 vehicles involved in a pileup.