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Global National: Feb. 14, 2024 | Several children injured in deadly shooting at Kansas City parade

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A shooting at the Super Bowl victory parade for the Kansas City Chiefs in Missouri has left at least one person dead and 22 more injured, many of whom are children. Jackson Proskow reports on what police are saying about the latest deadly mass shooting in the U.S.

A fierce Nor'easter has walloped eastern Newfoundland and Labrador after dumping heavy snow on Nova Scotia, bringing many communities to a halt just days after digging out of a previous storm. Heidi Petracek explains how snowstorms are becoming a Valentine's Day tradition for some Atlantic Canadians.

Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault is trying to clarify comments he made about the federal government's investment plans for new road infrastructure, which have ignited a firestorm of criticism from the opposition and some premiers. David Akin explains what Guilbeault reportedly told a public transit advocacy group about funding road projects, what the minister is now saying, and the accusations of him being out of touch with Canadians.

Thousands of drivers for companies such as Uber, Lyft and DoorDash walked off the job around the world for a one-day strike. Eric Sorensen explains how much money the drivers say they're earning, why critics call it “legislated poverty” and how one company is responding.

The annual Women's Memorial March, meant to raise awareness about violence against women and girls, has been held in cities across Canada. As Melissa Ridgen reports, this year's march was especially poignant after a Manitoba family was murdered this week.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in Whistler, B.C., which together with Vancouver, will host the 2025 Invictus Games. Neetu Garcha explains what the event means to its competitors and why history will be made next year.

Thieves have ransacked House to Home, an Ottawa-based non-profit devoted to helping refugees. Anything that looked expensive is now gone. Abigail Bimman speaks with the charity's founder and warehouse manager about the devastating setback and the volunteer who is stepping up to help restock some of the lost items.

Plus, while Valentine's Day is a day for couples, other people at different places in their lives might instead want to exact revenge on a former partner. Heather Yourex-West explains how animal shelters are running fundraisers to 'Neuter Your Ex,' and how it is actually an act of love.

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