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Canada's inflation rate jumps to 4%, making the BoC's next rate decision harder

Canada's inflation rate jumps to 4%, making the BoC's next rate decision harder

OTTAWA — Canada's inflation rate has been rising for two consecutive months as underlying price pressures remain stubbornly high, a combination that makes the Bank of Canada's next interest rate decision more challenging.
What is the Sikh separatist movement at centre of the Canada-India dispute?

What is the Sikh separatist movement at centre of the Canada-India dispute?

The shooting death of Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Surrey, B.C., in June has touched off a foreign affairs crisis between Canada and India over the Sikh leader's role in the Khalistan separatism movement. Here is what you need to know about the movement.
Quebec coroner says father deliberately killed himself and two kids in car crash

Quebec coroner says father deliberately killed himself and two kids in car crash

MONTREAL — A coroner has concluded that a Quebec father intentionally crashed head-on into a tractor-trailer in March, killing himself and two of his four children.
N.L. dentist who allowed jail guard to pull teeth from sedated inmate pleads guilty

N.L. dentist who allowed jail guard to pull teeth from sedated inmate pleads guilty

GANDER, N.L. — A dentist who allowed a Newfoundland and Labrador corrections officer to extract teeth from a sedated inmate has pleaded guilty to assault. The Supreme Court clerk's office says Dr. Louis Bourget pleaded guilty on Monday in Gander, N.
Quebec's Anticosti Island recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Quebec's Anticosti Island recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

MONTREAL — Ten years after Quebec's government wanted to launch oil and gas exploration on Anticosti Island, the picturesque territory in the Gulf of St. Lawrence has been added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Ukraine President Zelenskyy to visit Canada this week: sources

Ukraine President Zelenskyy to visit Canada this week: sources

OTTAWA — Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is set to visit Canada this week after stops at the United Nations and the White House.
India expels Canadian diplomat after Canada links Indian agents to Sikh leader death

India expels Canadian diplomat after Canada links Indian agents to Sikh leader death

India struck back at Canada early Tuesday after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau linked agents of India's government to the shooting death of a Sikh leader near Vancouver.
In the news today: Trudeau heading to UN as tensions with India escalate

In the news today: Trudeau heading to UN as tensions with India escalate

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed on what you need to know today...
B.C. Sikhs ask for protection after Trudeau links Nijjar killing to India

B.C. Sikhs ask for protection after Trudeau links Nijjar killing to India

SURREY — Harkireet Kaur said she had a relationship with Sikh community leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar that was like “father and daughter” before his killing in Surrey, B.C., in June.
Liberal foreign aid looks to bolster feminism, cut red tape for charities: Hussen

Liberal foreign aid looks to bolster feminism, cut red tape for charities: Hussen

OTTAWA — International Development Minister Ahmed Hussen says he's focused on speeding up aid funding while cementing the Trudeau government's feminist approach to development abroad.