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A correction to a story on space food that moved Wednesday, April 10

A correction to a story on space food that moved Wednesday, April 10

VANCOUVER — In a story that moved April 10, The Canadian Press said the Canadian Space Agency issued a joint statement with NASA about a space food challenge. In fact, the statement was from the Canadian Space Agency alone. The Canadian Press
500 Newfoundlanders wound up on the same cruise. They had a time.

500 Newfoundlanders wound up on the same cruise. They had a time.

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Celebrity Apex cruise to the Caribbean this month turned into a rocking Newfoundland kitchen party when hundreds of people from Canada's easternmost province happened to be booked on the same ship.
Hockey business is booming as the NHL bounces back from the pandemic in a big way

Hockey business is booming as the NHL bounces back from the pandemic in a big way

NEW YORK (AP) — Arenas are full, the NHL is a fixture on TV screens across North America, highlight-reel goals are talking points on a near-daily basis and “The Pat McAfee Show” even has a segment called “Hockey is Awesome.
Salman Rushdie's 'Knife' is unflinching about his brutal stabbing and uncanny in its vital spirit

Salman Rushdie's 'Knife' is unflinching about his brutal stabbing and uncanny in its vital spirit

NEW YORK (AP) — In Salman Rushdie's first book since the 2022 stabbing that hospitalized him and left him blind in one eye, the author wastes no time reliving the day he thought might be his last.
'Yellowjackets' star Sophie Nélisse forecasts 'feral and intense' third season

'Yellowjackets' star Sophie Nélisse forecasts 'feral and intense' third season

TORONTO — "Yellowjackets" star Sophie Nélisse expects the intensity of her hit survival drama to dial up in Season 3. The Montreal-based actor says filming will begin in May and that the cast has been kept in the dark about the plot.
IMF: Outlook for world economy is brighter, though still modest by historical standards

IMF: Outlook for world economy is brighter, though still modest by historical standards

WASHINGTON (AP) — The International Monetary Fund has upgraded its outlook for the global economy this year, saying the world appears headed for a “soft landing” — reining in inflation without much economic pain and producing steady if modest growth.
Annual inflation rate up in March as gasoline prices rose, but core measures lower

Annual inflation rate up in March as gasoline prices rose, but core measures lower

OTTAWA — Higher gasoline prices helped the annual inflation rate tick higher in March, but core inflation continued to cool for the month, raising the chances of an interest rate cut by the Bank of Canada in June.
Apple Stord– Top Podcasts

Apple Stord– Top Podcasts

Top New Shows (US): 1. Fallen Angels: A Story of California Corruption , iHeartPodcasts 2. Mind the Game with LeBron James and JJ Redick , ThreeFourTwo Productions and UNINTERRUPTED 3.
Apple Store - Top Books

Apple Store - Top Books

Top Paid Books (US Bestseller List): 1. Toxic Prey by John Sandford (Penguin Publishing Group) 2. The Women by Kristin Hannah (St. Martin’s Publishing Group) 3. A Taste of Whiskey by Melissa Foster (World Literary Press) 4.
Apple TV app - Top Movies

Apple TV app - Top Movies

Top Movie Purchases and Rentals (US): 1. Kung Fu Panda 4 2. The Beekeeper 3. Anyone But You 4. Land of Bad 5. Migration 6. The Iron Claw 7. One Life 8. The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes 9. Damaged (2024) 10.