What’s Happening – May 15, 2017

Here’s what’s trending worldwide:
-Around 400 people in the central Okanagan are still on either evacuation notice or alert .

-The search has been suspended for the Cache Creek fire chief who was believed to have been swept away while checking flood waters.

-Vancouver’s park board may approve a law today that bans the import of captive whales and dolphins.

-Provinces are calling on the federal government to offer more support with marijuana.

-The federal government is set to deliver its defense policy review after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with NATO officials in Brussels.


-Cyber security experts are warning about new versions of a ransomware virus which hit about 200,000 businesses in 150 countries last week.

–North Korea says it has successfully completed a mid-to-long range missile launch with the purpose of testing its’ ability to carry a nuclear weapon.

Jerhett Schafer

May 15th, 2017

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