(FROM CBC) On Tuesday, Ottawa firefighters were called to the Queensway bus station at around 7:45 a.m., when an OC Transpo double-decker bus caught on fire.
No passengers were harmed during the incident as they were safely evacuated off the bus.
Although the fire was contained, buses passing through Queensway had to be detoured to alternative stations, which caused many delays.
(FROM CTV) During the court proceedings regarding the Humboldt Broncos crash, many families shared their impact statements, including Christina Haugan, who lost her husband in the tragic crash.
She said that thanks to her Christian faith, she is willing to forgive Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, who was the truck driver at the time of the crash.
Many of the victims’ families have already shared their statements in court earlier this week and more statements are to be released in the upcoming days.
(FROM BBC) Juan Guaidó, who recently became interim president of Venezuela, is now banned from leaving his country as well as having his financial assets frozen by the Supreme Court.
This comes shortly after the fact that Guaidó allegedly “caused harm to the peace in the republic” and must, therefore, undergo an investigation if he wants to leave the country.
This decision was made after the U.S. trusted Guaidó to have access to U.S. bank accounts and supported his decision to become president.