WATCH: The Stafford family had their share of adversity in 2012 but never stopped hoping for the best. As Quinn Phillips reports, the family has a dad who is walking again and a son who's used lessons learned during a difficult time to improve as a hockey player.
WATCH: Statistics show vaping is on the rise among Canadian teenagers. Some studies show vaping is becoming as common as smoking among young people. Now, some University of Alberta researchers are trying to find out why and at what cost. Su-Ling Goh reports.
Opposition is mounting against the proposed expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline as three First Nations launch fresh legal challenges aimed at stymying a project they say was approved without proper consultation. [ Glbn.ca Link ]
WATCH: 200,000 people, including a few from Edmonton, will protest in Washington the day after Donald Trump's inauguration. Fletcher Kent has more on the Women's March and why Albertans feel it's important.
The Women's March on Washington is set to take place the day after Donald Trump is sworn in as U.S. president. About 300 sister marches around the world are also planned, including one in Edmonton. [ Glbn.ca Link ]
Animal welfare workers in Jamaica told Global News Tuesday that April Dawn Irving, wanted in connection to one of the largest animal seizures in Alberta history, is living somewhere on the island and has been for months. [ Glbn.ca Link ]