Inflation heats up to 2.3% in March
Canada's inflation rate hit 2.3 per cent in the year up to March, the highest level since October 2014 as gas prices and just about everything else got more expensive.
Alleged group sexual assault in Niagara Falls did not happen, woman charged: police
After investigating for several weeks, Niagara Regional Police Service has charged a woman with public mischief after determining that an alleged group sexual assault she had reported did not happen.
Ottawa believes another proponent could step forward if Kinder Morgan bails on Trans Mountain
The federal government says other energy companies might be willing to champion the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion if Kinder Morgan decides to walk away from the project, according to two senior officials directly involved in the pipeline file.
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