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Nova Scotia RCMP say three men face first-degree murder charges in 2022 killing

Nova Scotia RCMP say three men face first-degree murder charges in 2022 killing

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia RCMP say three people have been charged with first-degree murder in connection with the 2022 killing of Barry Albert. Albert, also known as Barry Mosher, was reported missing on Aug. 28, 2022, and his body was found on Oct.
Annual inflation rate up in March as gasoline prices rose, but core measures lower

Annual inflation rate up in March as gasoline prices rose, but core measures lower

OTTAWA — Higher gasoline prices helped the annual inflation rate tick higher in March, but core inflation continued to cool for the month, raising the chances of an interest rate cut by the Bank of Canada in June.
Celebrini remains top North American prospect in final NHL pre-draft rankings

Celebrini remains top North American prospect in final NHL pre-draft rankings

NEW YORK — Boston University centre Macklin Celebrini remained the top North American skater in the NHL Central Scouting Bureau's final rankings released Tuesday ahead of the 2024 entry draft.
Outdated cancer screening guidelines jeopardizing early detection, doctors say

Outdated cancer screening guidelines jeopardizing early detection, doctors say

A group of doctors say Canadian cancer screening guidelines set by a national task force are out-of-date and putting people at risk because their cancers aren't detected early enough.
Manitoba NDP raised and spent more money than the Tories in the election campaign

Manitoba NDP raised and spent more money than the Tories in the election campaign

WINNIPEG — New figures show Manitoba New Democrats raised and spent more money than the Progressive Conservatives in last year's election campaign.
Canada's Auger-Aliassime outlasts Marterer in marathon match in Munich

Canada's Auger-Aliassime outlasts Marterer in marathon match in Munich

MUNICH — Montreal's Felix Auger-Aliassime was pushed to the limit before narrowly defeating Germany's Maximilian Marterer 6-7 (5), 7-6 (6), and 7-6 (3) in the first round of the Bavarian International Tennis Championships on Tuesday.
Housing starts down seven per cent in March from February: CMHC

Housing starts down seven per cent in March from February: CMHC

OTTAWA — Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. says the annual pace of housing starts in March declined seven per cent compared with February.
Electricity generating plants in Niagara Region to see $1-billion refurbishment

Electricity generating plants in Niagara Region to see $1-billion refurbishment

NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. — Ontario says hydro power stations in Niagara Falls, Ont., are set to undergo a $1-billion refurbishment. Energy Minister Todd Smith says the refurbishment will extend the life of the generating stations by 30 years.
Students benefit from filing a tax return even if they don't make a lot of money

Students benefit from filing a tax return even if they don't make a lot of money

Lower income doesn’t mean lower priority when it comes to filing a tax return.

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

OTTAWA — Canada's annual inflation rate was 2.9 per cent in March, Statistics Canada says.