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Hundreds turnout for Regina’s third annual Women’s March

Hundreds turnout for Regina’s third annual Women’s March

Women, allies and feminists marched in downtown Regina Saturday making a statement that they’re willing to fight for equality for all.
Driver arrested, 2,500 lose power after U-Haul takes down hydro pole in Surrey

Driver arrested, 2,500 lose power after U-Haul takes down hydro pole in Surrey

A man is in police custody after the U-Haul he was driving slammed into a hydro pole in Surrey Saturday morning, knocking out power to thousands. Surrey RCMP say they were called to the area of Fraser Highway and 185 Street around 10:20 a.m.
Montreal bread recalled because it may contain pieces of wood

Montreal bread recalled because it may contain pieces of wood

The Quebec government issued a recall advising consumers to avoid up to nine varying types of bread from Montreal’s Boulangerie Elmont bakery. The recall comes after it was discovered that the breads may contain pieces of wood.
Edmonton police asking for help locating alleged pharmacy robbers

Edmonton police asking for help locating alleged pharmacy robbers

Edmonton police are looking for suspects in a rash of pharmacy robberies across the city over the past month. The incidents happened at five pharmacies between Dec. 16, 2019 and Jan. 16, 2020.
Winter storm shifts from snow to rain, freezing rain for much of B.C. South Coast

Winter storm shifts from snow to rain, freezing rain for much of B.C. South Coast

The long-awaited shift from snow to rain began for much of B.C.’s South Coast on Saturday morning, but some areas will have a harder transition than others.
Paul St-Pierre Plamondon embarks on the PQ leadership race

Paul St-Pierre Plamondon embarks on the PQ leadership race

Lawyer Paul St-Pierre Plamondon announced Saturday that he will be embarking on a race to succeed Jean-François Lisée of the Parti Quebecois (PQ). St-Pierre Plamondon made the announcement on his Facebook page.
Snow route parking ban extended after heavy snow hammers Winnipeg

Snow route parking ban extended after heavy snow hammers Winnipeg

The heavy snow that has hammered Winnipeg since Friday afternoon has led to an extended city parking ban. The city will begin a major plowing operation at midnight Saturday after the city saw between 10-20 centimetres of snowfall.
Freezing rain warnings issued for Coquihalla, Highway 3

Freezing rain warnings issued for Coquihalla, Highway 3

Freezing rain warnings have been issued for the Coquihalla Highway and Highway 3 in southern B.C. The warnings were issued Saturday morning by Environment Canada, which noted freezing could persist into Sunday.
Police-involved shooting in Scarborough leaves man seriously injured

Police-involved shooting in Scarborough leaves man seriously injured

A police-involved shooting in Scarborough on Saturday left a man with serious injuries, officials say. In a tweet, police said the incident occurred in the area of McCowan Road and Town Centre Court and that an injured man had been arrested.
In photos: Eastern Newfoundland digs out from record-breaking snowstorm

In photos: Eastern Newfoundland digs out from record-breaking snowstorm

Parts of eastern Newfoundland remain under a state of emergency as residents dig out from a storm unlike anything seen in decades. Environment Canada says 76.2 cm of snow was measured at St.