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By Allison O’Reilly

A vehicle has been seized in connection with the hit-and-run death of a 2 year old boy in Montreal.

According to CBC News, local police have been working the Sûreté du Québec to find the driver who struck the boy on Saturday.

Technical units are currently analyzing the car and no arrests have been made.


By Jeremiah Ho

The RCMP has recovered the body of Cache Creek, British Columbia, fire chief Clayton Cassidy from a creek on Saturday.

According to CTV News, Cassidy went missing on May 5th while checking water levels and was presumed to have been swept away.  

Cassidy received the province’s Medal of Good Citizenship in 2015 for helping victims of harsh flooding throughout the region.  


By Karl Knox

Heavy monsoon rains in Sri Lanka have caused mudslides killing more than 164 people and forcing hundreds of thousands of citizens to flee from their homes on Friday.

According to BBC News, receding floodwaters allowed rescue workers to provide some much-needed disaster relief to citizens on Sunday.

However, with many of the villages still inundated with water and the immediate forecast calling for heavy rain, Sri Lanka is bracing for some of the most dangerous weather of this year’s monsoon season.