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Here's a list June inflation rates for Canadian provinces, territories

OTTAWA — Canada's national annual inflation rate was 2.5 per cent in June, Statistics Canada says. Here's what happened in the provinces (previous month in brackets): — Newfoundland and Labrador: 2.3 per cent (1.8) — Prince Edward Island: 2.9 (2.

Here's a list of June inflation rates for selected Canadian cities

OTTAWA — Canada's national annual inflation rate was 2.5 per cent in June, Statistics Canada says.
From hot to not? The Baloney Meter weighs in on Scheer's economy claims

From hot to not? The Baloney Meter weighs in on Scheer's economy claims

OTTAWA — "Justin Trudeau inherited a booming economy, but he's squandering it. His uncontrolled spending and tax hikes is making life harder for Canadians. It's time for a Prime Minister who puts taxpayers' interests first.
More temporary fisheries closures ordered after right whale sightings

More temporary fisheries closures ordered after right whale sightings

HALIFAX — The federal government has announced more temporary fisheries closures in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence following North Atlantic right whale sightings. The Fisheries Department says the new closures take effect this morning.
In the news today, July 20

In the news today, July 20

Seven stories in the news for Friday, July 20 ——— PREMIERS TO WRAP UP TWO DAYS OF MEETINGS Provincial and territorial leaders wrap up two days of meetings today in the seaside town of St. Andrews, N.B.
Scathing suicide inquiry finds gaps, shortcomings at Royal Military College

Scathing suicide inquiry finds gaps, shortcomings at Royal Military College

OTTAWA — Members of a board of inquiry into three suicides at the Royal Military College of Canada have reported facing troubling delays and obstacles in obtaining key information and evidence during their nearly year-long internal investigation.
'Clear and beautiful:' Edmonton says chemical-free swimming pool first in Canada

'Clear and beautiful:' Edmonton says chemical-free swimming pool first in Canada

EDMONTON — Any neighbourhood swimming pool is typically crowded on a July afternoon when it's 30 C, but a new naturally filtered pool in Edmonton is so unusual that people are lining up from all over the city for a dip in its emerald-green water.
Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Two French minesweepers built in Thunder Bay disappeared 99 years ago
Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Don't panic, but they are worried there might not be enough