Desperate for passports, some Canadians are camping overnight for a place in line

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June 22, 2022


Canadians are resorting to camping overnight to get in line for a passport, many across the country are displeased with how provinces are handling health care, and a deadly earthquake hits Afghanistan.

Here's what you need to know to start your day.

Passport sleepover

Simply waiting to get a passport has grown from hours to days for some would-be travellers who resort to camping out overnight to secure a place in line.

Displeased with health care

A majority of Canadians are not pleased with how their provincial governments are handling health care, according to a new survey.

Rising inflation

Statistics Canada is set to release its latest reading on inflation today, with expectations for it to climb even higher.

Deadly earthquake

An earthquake in eastern Afghanistan kills hundreds, officials say, and the toll is expected to grow.

Cosby verdict

Jurors at a civil trial have found that Bill Cosby sexually abused a 16-year-old girl at the Playboy Mansion in 1975.


A Canadian husband and wife team is working to send rockets into space. 


These are the most expensive Canadian cities to rent a home.

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