Global National: June 22, 2022 | Canadian money misery continues as inflation reaches 39-year high

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As Canada hits a 39-year-high with its inflation rate, the rising cost of living has gone from being a fact of life or mild annoyance to the main source of financial anxiety. According to a new Ipsos poll done exclusively for Global News, 85 per cent of respondents are stressed their income won’t keep up with inflation. Anne Gaviola has more.

A powerful earthquake has left parts of eastern Afghanistan in ruins, killing at least 1,000 people. As Redmond Shannon reports, the disaster in the Taliban-ruled country is being compounded by a hunger crisis and an economic collapse.

The federal Liberals and RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki are denying they interfered in the investigation into the 2020 Nova Scotia mass killings. As Ross Lord explains, RCMP Supt. Darren Campbell claims Lucki pushed for more information to be publicly released, to help further Ottawa’s gun control agenda.

Human rights watchers say Russian forces may have captured 6,000 Ukrainian troops. Those lucky enough to be released are now speaking about the torture they say they endured at the hands of the Russians. Seán O’Shea hears from one former prisoner of war.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy also took some time out Wednesday to virtually speak at a dozen Canadian universities. Heather Yourex-West explains Zelenskyy’s message to students, and what his words meant to some of them.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in Kigali, Rwanda for the Commonwealth summit. David Akin looks at what’s on the agenda, including Trudeau’s plan to focus on Russia’s war in Ukraine, and on countries that have yet to condemn the invasion.

A 20-year-old from Montreal is a rising star in the basketball world, and it’s expected Bennedict Mathurin will be one of the NBA’s top draft picks. Dan Spector explain how Mathurin’s talent with the ball is helping usher a golden age in Canadian basketball, and how he’s also shown strength off the court.

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