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Canadians should experience the fastest drop in gasoline prices in nearly 13 years on Sunday as fears about a virulent new COVID-19 variant are expected to provide a break of 11 cents per litre at the pumps. Dan McTeague, president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, said the national average price could drop to about $1.32 per litre but begin to rise again midweek. "(Sunday) represents the single largest decrease at the pumps we've seen going back to 2009," he said in an interview. Global crude
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Singer Carrie Underwood revealed to fans that she'll be performing at this year's "CMA Country Christmas" to bring a little extra holiday cheer.
China could face more than 630,000 COVID-19 infections a day if it dropped its zero-tolerance policies by lifting travel curbs, according to a study by Peking University mathematicians. In the report published in China CDC Weekly by the Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention, the mathematicians said China could not afford to lift travel restrictions without more efficient vaccinations or specific treatments.
Ty Pennington Is Married! HGTV Star Ties the Knot with Kellee Merrell at Their Under-Construction Home
The Extreme Makeover: Home Edition alum and his new wife said "I do" in front of just eight guests at the historic Savannah, Georgia, house they're renovating together
The actors welcomed their toddler in the spring of 2020.