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Last Husky puppy surrendered to BC SPCA finds forever home

Last Husky puppy surrendered to BC SPCA finds forever home

It was late December when the BC SPCA shared photos with the public of 17 Husky puppies surrendered from somewhere in the B.C. interior. Their story, and their adorable pictures, captured the hearts of thousands.
‘It’s definitely a peak year’: Resident hummingbirds suffering in B.C.’s cold weather

‘It’s definitely a peak year’: Resident hummingbirds suffering in B.C.’s cold weather

The harsh winter weather hammering B.C.’s South Coast is freezing out the province’s resident hummingbirds.
TransLink reviewing ice removal operations after back-to-back SkyTrain track issues

TransLink reviewing ice removal operations after back-to-back SkyTrain track issues

TransLink says it will be reviewing its ice removal procedures on SkyTrain tracks after back-to-back service disruptions brought busy commutes to a halt this week.
Knights knock off the Wolves on Patrick Kane night in London

Knights knock off the Wolves on Patrick Kane night in London

Two goals by Matvey Guskov helped the London Knights to a 4-1 victory over the Sudbury Wolves on Patrick Kane night at Budweiser Gardens on Friday.
WATCH: Global News Hour at 6 – Jan. 17

WATCH: Global News Hour at 6 – Jan. 17

Watch the online edition of Global News Hour at 6 for Friday, Jan. 17, 2020. View more Global BC videos by clicking here
Who’s in charge of Oppenheimer Park? Activists say they are, and park board doesn’t disagree

Who’s in charge of Oppenheimer Park? Activists say they are, and park board doesn’t disagree

Who’s in charge of Oppenheimer Park? Technically, the Downtown Eastside public park remains under the jurisdiction of the Vancouver Park Board. But the elected body has done little to address the homeless camp whose residents refuse to leave.
Smoke fills Kenora sky after apparent fire near lakeside hotel

Smoke fills Kenora sky after apparent fire near lakeside hotel

Smoke filled the air in Kenora Friday after what appeared to be a fire near the Clarion Lakeside Inn. Police were forced to shut down a nearby street, which remains closed.
Canada to screen central China travelers for virus at 3 airports

Canada to screen central China travelers for virus at 3 airports

Canada plans to take measures at some major airports in the coming week to identify people travelling from Wuhan in central China who may have flu-like symptoms. The change comes as U.S.
Neo-Nazi group linked to Virginia rally is as dangerous as ISIS: former FBI agent

Neo-Nazi group linked to Virginia rally is as dangerous as ISIS: former FBI agent

A former FBI agent says a white supremacist group that is planning to attend a pro-gun rally in Virginia on Monday is as dangerous as Islamic State militants. The group, called The Base, recently had six alleged members arrested.
Man, 37, in hospital with life-threatening injuries after North End stabbing

Man, 37, in hospital with life-threatening injuries after North End stabbing

A 37-year-old man is fighting for his life in hospital following a stabbing in Halifax’s North End Friday night. Police were called out to the 5500 block of Bilby Street at 8:40 p.m. Police say they found a 37-year-old man who had been stabbed.