What’s Happening – October 5, 2017

Here’s what’s trending worldwide:

Braden Matejka is headed home.

-Jail guards at the Kelowna RCMP detachment have voted to strike.

-The fire season has cost BC Wildfire service a record 548 million.

-Alberta has unveiled its’ marijuana plan.

-The federal Conservatives say Canada should join the U-S anti-ballistic missile program.

-An audio leak has surfaced, of what police were saying as a Somalian mowed down four pedestrians and stabbed a police officer in Edmonton.

-The girlfriend of the man who shot and killed 58 people at a Las Vegas music festival had no idea what he was planning.

-Prime Minister Trudeau says the feds are reviewing how Canada handles refugee claims.

Jerhett Schafer

October 5th, 2017

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