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Inflation rate holds steady at 2.2% in May despite soaring gasoline prices

The cost of living increased at a 2.2 per cent annual pace last month, matching the increase seen a month earlier, but well short of what economists had been expecting.

The Current for June 22, 2018

From on the ground in McAllen, Texas, to hear from migrants who have been left in flux, many without their kids; to a U.S. program that's killing one species of owl to save an endangered owl species; to a conversation with a Canadian doctor who's served Indigenous communities for more than 30 years ... This is The Current.
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Russia says evidence of Syria chemical attacks was faked

Russia says that the U.S. and its allies have relied on fabricated evidence to accuse the Syrian government of launching chemical attacks against civilians.
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Proud To Shine Features

For Pride Month CBC Toronto is highlighting five people from the LGBTQ2+ community whose peers say really make a difference.

Driver dies after tractor-trailer crosses 401 median hitting another, say OPP

Opp say a driver has died after a tractor trailer crossed the Highway 401 median barrier near Tilbury, hitting another truck.

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Who killed Kimberley Lockyer and Dale Worthman? 25 years later, the answer is unknown

Autopsy photos not seen before show the couple were shot in the head, execution style, but nobody has been convicted of the killings.
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Motorcyclist hurt in east end hit-and-run collision

A male motorcyclist was taken to hospital on Friday after being hit by the driver of a garbage truck in the city's east end.
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Canadian Olympian Eric Radford in Toronto for Pride festivities

Chats with CBC's Heather Hiscox about new initiative by Canadian Olympic Committee called Be You

From open-casket funerals to headstones: Pet cemeteries help animal lovers deal with loss

Saying goodbye to a loved one is never easy, but when that loved one happens to be a four-legged friend, dealing with that grief can be especially difficult.
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Toronto police update on Project Patton raids LIVE

More than 800 police executed 50 search warrants across multiple regions, including Toronto, York, Durham and Peel
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Chief Justice Richard Wagner holds rare press conference

Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Richard Wagner is holding a rare press conference this morning to update Canadians on the court's work.
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Police to update charges, show off seized property after street gang raids

Toronto police have scheduled a morning news conference to provide more details about a major series of raids against the Five Point Generalz, an alleged Toronto criminal group.
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(Live at 9:00 am ET) 2018 Athletics Ontario U20 / Senior Champioships - DAY 2

From York Lions Stadium in Toronto, ON
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(Live at 6:00 am ET) 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup on CBC: Liptovský Mikuláš - DAY 1

From the Canoe Slalom Venue in Liptovský Mikuláš, SLO
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Kate's 5 fun things to do this weekend (June 22 to 24)

The K-W Multicultural Festival is on with lots of music, dancing and food and Art on the Street will take over part of downtown Guelph on Saturday.

The song remains the same, but Robert Plant is always moving forward

He’s one of the most iconic frontmen in rock ’n’ roll history, but in a career that has spanned 50 years, Robert Plant has never stopped moving forward.
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(Live at 7:30 pm ET) 2018 Athletics Ontario U20 / Senior Champioships - DAY 1

From York Lions Stadium in Toronto, ON

Koreas set August date to hold reunions of families separated by war

North and South Korea have agreed to hold temporary reunions of families divided by the 1950-53 Korean War in August as they boost reconciliation efforts amid a diplomatic push to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis.
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Marissa Shephard to be sentenced Friday for murder of Moncton teen Baylee Wylie

Marissa Shephard is scheduled to be sentenced Friday for first-degree murder and arson with disregard for human life in the 2015 slaying of Moncton teen Baylee Wylie.

Friday, June 22, 2018: Robert Plant, Mavis Staples and more

Today on q: Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant, Toronto drag queen Tynomi Banks, gospel singer Mavis Staples.

Legendary singer Mavis Staples reflects on more than 70 years of song

The gospel singer joins Tom Power in the q studio to discuss her upcoming performance at Toronto's Massey Hall tonight.

Some families reunite in U.S. as questions linger at border

After Trump's executive order, a host of unanswered questions remained, even as some families were reunited after being detained. What will happen to the children already separated from their parents and where the government will house all the newly detained migrants is still not known.