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Man dead, woman injured in Brampton shooting, vehicle found on fire some distance away | CBC News
A man is dead and a woman was injured in a shooting in Brampton on Wednesday evening, Peel police say.
Solar power trade group sues California over new rules requiring electricians do installations - Silicon Valley Business Journal
Fearing that growth in California's solar power sector could grind to a halt, the association representing the industry has sued the state over a new requirement that installers be "certified electricians."
ICSC Members' Trepidation Shadows Return of Las Vegas Event
It's been nearly two years since the real estate community has been able to attend its big Las Vegas retail industry bash, ReCon, hosted by the former International Council of Shopping Centers.
International embarrassment over suggestion UK would join North American trade pact
The UK has distanced itself from an "unprofessional" and "frankly embarrassing" plan to try and join a North American trade pact, just 24 hours after mooting the idea.
A Desperate Trump Is Suing His Niece & New York Times for Reporting on His Taxes
Former President Donald Trump has filed a $100 million lawsuit against his niece Mary Trump and The New York Times , alleging that she and journalists from the paper "engaged in an insidious plot to obtain confidential and highly-sensitive records" regarding his personal taxes.
14 design fails that were so bad they were actually good
(Image credit: @RealiaAmelia on Twitter)
Design fails can have us in stitches, but they also serve as lessons for all designers.
Covishield: India outcry over UK not recognising jab
By Soutik Biswas India correspondent
With more than 721 million doses administered so far, Covishield is India's most widely used vaccine.
Downing Street plays down prospect of joining North American trade partnership
Downing Street has poured cold water on the prospect of the UK joining a North American free trade area with the US, Mexico and Canada.
Decades-old US ban on British lamb to be lifted, says Boris Johnson
British lamb exports to the US will soon resume after a ban stretching back more than 20 years to the Mad Cow Disease epidemic, Boris Johnson has said.
UN food summit will be 'elitist' and 'pro-corporate', says special rapporteur
The UN global food summit is "elitist and regressive" and has failed in its goal of being a "people's summit", according to the special rapporteur on food rights.