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Five headlines for Wednesday morning

Here are five headlines for Wednesday, Sept. 21.
Morning Headlines

Here are five headlines for this morning:

1) Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino is defending the RCMP's decision not to release details surrounding the death of the man accused in a mass stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan.

2) The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has ruled that a lawsuit filed by some parents of those who died in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash can proceed.

3) Eight people were rushed to hospitals after being injured when an explosion tore through the top floor of a Chicago apartment building, officials said.

4) Bank of Canada deputy governor Paul Beaudry said in hindsight, governments and central banks should have withdrawn stimulus measures earlier as economies recovered from the COVID-19 pandemic, which likely would have kept a lid on inflation.

5) Grocery prices in Canada continue their meteoric ascent, rising at their fastest pace since 1981.

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