What’s Happening – May 8, 2017

Here’s what’s trending worldwide:

-More evacuations were called overnight on Rest route, Water way and Commonwealth road.

-It’s believed 2 men have been killed by flooding in the interior.

-Over 614 thousand people, or about 19 percent of eligible voters, took part in advanced voting.

-The federal government is preparing to tackle mandatory minimum sentences.

-Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has paid a visit to communities affected by flooding in southern Quebec.

-Canadian doctors are being asked to follow new guidelines when it comes to prescribing opioids for cases of chronic pain.

-Independent candidate Emmanuel Macron has become France’s youngest president at 39.

Jerhett Schafer

May 8th, 2017

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