What’s Happening – May 5, 2017

Here’s what’s trending worldwide:

 

-After 23 years there will be no free symphony performance for Canada Day.

-Rotary trail park in West Kelowna has been closed due to Powers creek overflowing.

-Saint John’s Ambulance says only 7 percent of British Columbians are properly prepared for an emergency.

Transgender travelers will soon have a third option other than male or female when applying for a passport.

-Researchers from McMaster University believe they have found a way to reverse Type 2 diabetes.

-The Argentinian climber stranded on Mount Logan in The Yukon has been rescued.

-U-S Air Force officials say Canadian and American fighter jets have intercepted Russian aircraft north of Alaska and Canada.

-A new study suggests a connection between dementia and the amount of social support parents receive from their adult children.

Jerhett Schafer

May 5th, 2017

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