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by Jeremiah Ho

Wildlife protection officers apprehended two networks of alleged poachers in the Mauricie region on Wednesday, after two years of investigation.

According to CBC News, 59 people are facing 320 charges and could receive fines over $500,000 if found guilty.

The networks allegedly hunted and resold moose, deer and walleye fish.   

By Patricia Petit Liang

The federal government will compensate cattle ranchers who were affected by the bovine tuberculosis quarantine on Thursday.

According to CTV News, more than 36 cattle operations in Western Canada were placed under quarantine while the Canadian Food Inspection Agency tried to pinpoint the source of the outbreak.

A House of Commons committee stated that the government needs to provide the Canadian Food Inspection Agency more resources in order to manage this outbreak as quickly as possible.

By Michael Foldvari

Syria’s Civil Defense, otherwise known as ‘the white helmets’ have been struggling to provide adequate support to the victims of the ongoing war in Aleppo.

According to Reuters, the white helmets are primarily a volunteer organization who require external assistance from humanitarian organizations in order to provide aid.

As freezing conditions set in, immediate action is required to provide victims with necessary sustenance and medical support to avoid an outbreak of mass starvation.