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Five headlines for Friday morning

Here are five headlines for Friday, Sept. 23.
Morning Headlines

Here are five headlines for Friday morning:

1) The City of Merritt in British Columbia's Interior is launching a four-day work week pilot program in the hope of attracting, recruiting and retaining municipal workers.

2) Canada is ending requirements for the need for COVID-19 vaccines and the ArriveCan app at the border on Sept. 30.

3) A powerful magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Mexico, causing at least two deaths, damaging buildings and setting off landslides.

4) The Canadian dollar slid lower again on the stock market, hitting lows not seen in more than two years, after the U.S. Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point.

5) Members of the legendary hockey team that defeated the Soviet Union for hockey supremacy 50 years ago have pulled off another improbable victory — a rare moment of unity in the House of Commons.

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