What’s Happening – May 9, 2017

Here’s what’s trending worldwide:

-As of last night 300 flooding evacuation orders had been rescinded, but hundreds are still either evacuated or on alert.

Okanagan Lake is 7 centimetres from full.

-It’s election day and the polls are predicting the closest race in 20 years for BC.

-Canadian seniors with colds are being prescribed inappropriate antibiotics nearly half the time.

-Ottawa is taking a closer look at a policy which forbids Canada Passport staff from assisting anyone who is disabled with filling out their forms.

-Former Montreal Canadiens owner and Brewery executive John David Molson has died at the age of 88.

-Ukraine is looking for Canada’s help in setting up a new court to deal with anti-corruption cases.

-Canadian officials will visit Tehran this week for the first time since the Canadian embassy was closed in 2012.

Jerhett Schafer

May 9th, 2017

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