Family members killed in head-on crash in Ont. identified

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November 24, 2022

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Family members killed in a head-on crash in Ontario have been identified, Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem suggests inflation relief measures should be targeted and temporary, and key takeaways from Canada's opening match at the men's World Cup.

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

Deadly crash

A mother, father and son are among the four fatalities in a head-on crash just east Peterborough, Ont., which also sent their daughter to hospital in critical condition.

Inflation relief

Governments looking to provide inflation relief to Canadians should choose measures that are well-targeted and temporary, according to Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem.

Team Canada

Despite a loss to Belgium in its opening match at the men's World Cup, Canada showed it can hang with the world's best on soccer's biggest stage. Here are three talking points fans can take away from the match.

Adaptation time

Canada is set to have a new national climate adaptation strategy, outlining the government's intention to eliminate deaths from heat and forest fires, protect homes and businesses at the highest risk of flooding and help get people forced to flee extreme weather back home faster.

Cosmic cartography

A new interactive map lets the public  see the locations of approximately 200,000 galaxies, including parts of space so far away they offer a glimpse of the Big Bang.

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Watch as firefighters rescue a dog that's been trapped in a drain in Bella Vista, Arkansas.

ONE MORE THING

More than half of Canadians don't understand sexual consent, a recent survey finds.

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