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By Jeremiah Ho

Dozens of dog owners and dog lovers rallied together in Old Montreal as part of global protests against breed specific legislation on Saturday.

According to CBC News, the Montreal rally focused on Bill 128, which would ban potentially dangerous dogs across the province of Quebec.

The proposed bill would allow owners to keep their current pets while following stricter rules.


By Allison O’Reilly

The sisters who were found dead inside of a burning car in Northwest Calgary left behind 16 children between them.

According to CBC News, the bodies of Glynnis Fox, Tiffany Ear, and Cody Pfeiffer, were found at a construction site in the community of Sage Hill last Monday.

Police believe the owner of the vehicle, 26-year-old Hancock Afowerk, was the target of the killings.

His body was found 2 days later on the western outskirts of Calgary.

Police are urging the public to come forward with any information on the quadruple homicide.


By Karl Knox

Park rangers from the Okapi Wildlife Reserve in The Democratic Republic of Congo rescued an American journalist and 3 park rangers who had been held hostage by Mai Mai militia fighters on Sunday.

According to Reuters, the rescue began on Friday night and ended with the deaths of 5 park rangers.

Numerous wars and uprisings have taken place in Eastern Congo over the last 2 decades, with rebels, militia fighters and bandits still presenting a security risk in many areas of the country.