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By Jeremiah Ho

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard has launched an investigation into the chain of events that left drivers stranded in their cars for hours on Highway 13 during Tuesday’s snowstorm.

According to CTV News, firefighters only arrived at 4:30 a.m. on Wednesday to rescue the stranded drivers.

Opposition party leaders have called for the Transport Minister to resign for their lack of response.


By Patricia Petit Liang

2 more people have died following the snowstorm in Quebec on Tuesday.

According to CBC News, these new tragedies have brought the snowstorm's death toll to 6 people.

Montreal experienced a total of 40 centimeters of snow during the storm while other regions in the province had up to 70.


By Patricia Petit Liang

29 year old Jeanenne Fontaine was killed in her home in Winnipeg on Tuesday.

According to CBC News, Jeanenne was the cousin of Tina Fontaine, whose death has become one of Canada's best-known cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women.

Another Indigenous woman, Shania Chartrand, was killed in Winnipeg last Saturday.


By Michael Foldvari

A school shooting at Tocqueville high school, in Grasse, France has left 4 people wounded on Thursday.

According to Reuters, the perpetrator has been identified as a 16-year-old student, armed with a shotgun loaded with lead pellets at the time of the attack.

Although no-one was fatally injured, this event follows a string deadly attacks over the past 18 months, which have left France in an officially recognized state of emergency.