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All the top stories from the week plus breaking news and weather for the weekend

CBC News Alberta December 15, 2018

The latest Alberta news and weather on Saturday at 11:30 p.m. and Sunday at 11 p.m.

Hockey Night in Canada: Flyers vs. Canucks

The Philadelphia Flyers visit the Vancouver Canucks Saturday on Hockey Night in Canada. Watch coverage with our free live stream on the CBC Sports app.

Hockey Night in Canada: Flyers vs. Canucks

Watch live on television and online as the Philadelphia Flyers visit the Vancouver Canucks on Hockey Night on Canada.

Canucks dominate slumping Flyers in 5-1 win

Brock Boeser notched a goal and an assist Saturday night, leading his Vancouver Canucks to a 5-1 win over the slumping Philadelphia Flyers.

Watch the FINA world short-course swim championships

Watch live on Sunday morning at 5 a.m. ET as CBC Sports has the semifinals and finals live streaming coverage of the world short-course swim championships in Hangzhou, China.

Watch World Cup bobsleigh from Germany

Watch live as the world's best bobsleigh athletes are in action at World Cup event in Winterberg, Germany.

Game Wrap: Brock Boeser, Canucks knock off struggling Flyers

Boeser has a goal and an assist as the Vancouver Canucks beat up on the slumping Philadelphia Flyers 5-1.

CBC Vancouver News

All the top stories from the week plus breaking news and weather for the weekend.

Canadiens ride 4-goal 3rd to victory over Senators

The Montreal Canadiens scored four third-period goals to come from behind and beat the Ottawa Senators 5-2 on Saturday night.

Residents of Saskatchewan's Northern Village of Pinehouse are using photography to heal from trauma

The Pinehouse Photography Club is helping residents in northern Saskatchewan capture a beautiful perspective on life.

Growing security fears hobble global ambitions of Chinese tech giant Huawei

While a Huawei executive faces possible U.S. charges over trade with Iran, the Chinese tech giant's ambition to be a leader in next-generation telecoms is colliding with security worries abroad.

Game Wrap: Big 3rd period propels Canadiens past Senators

Montreal scored four times in the 3rd period to down Ottawa 5-2, their 3rd victory over the Senators in the last 12 days.

Barkov burns Leafs with hat trick as Panthers survive in OT

Aleksander Barkov scored at 3:24 of overtime to complete his first NHL hat trick and give the Florida Panthers a 4-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night.

Record number of holiday food hampers handed out to Edmonton families

In the last 15 years, JCI Edmonton delivered more than 4,400 food hampers to people in need. This year alone, more than 1,000 were donated.

West Kelowna senior dead after being struck by vehicle at business park

Police are asking for witnesses to come forward after an 83-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle on Saturday in the 2300-block of Highway 97.

Game Wrap: Barkov's 1st career hat trick pushes Panthers past Leafs in OT

Aleksander Barkov netted his first-career NHL hat trick in the Florida Panthers 4-3 overtime win against the Toronto Maple Leafs.

B.C. Green Party nominate daughter of former mayor for Nanaimo byelection

Teacher Michele Ney has deep roots in Nanaimo, her father was Frank Ney was mayor for 21 years and also an MLA forthe city from 1969 to 1972.

Team Jacobs hopes to have Ryan Fry back at next Grand Slam in January

Despite some turbulence surrounding Brad Jacobs' rink since Ryan Fry took an indefinite leave after a well-publicized incident, there's been a calm and confidence the team hasn't been able to find over the last number of years.

Holiday hampers handed out to 1,000 families

A record number of holiday hampers were delivered to families in need Saturday by Junior Chamber International Edmonton.

Drake fans wait overnight for launch of clothing store in Vancouver

The rapper's clothing line, OVO, is selling an exclusive collection at its new Robson Street location.

Unusual theft in East Vancouver prompts police reminder to lock doors

An unusual case of theft has prompted Vancouver police to remind people to lock their homes and cars at night to keep opportunistic thieves at bay.

Migrant child who died in U.S. custody had food and water before being picked up by Border Patrol: lawyer

A young Guatemalan girl who died after she and her father were detained by U.S. border agents was in no medical distress when they arrived and had received adequate food and water on their journey, relatives said on Saturday through representatives in Texas.

Military reservists, cadets make Christmas Cheer Board deliveries

Canadian Forces members and military vehicles took to the streets of Winnipeg Saturday, on a mission to bring Christmas cheer to families across the city.

Police investigate after man found dead outside a home

Police have not said if the investigation is being treated as a homicide. They first responded after a report of a man lying outside a home on the 1000 block of College Avenue.