Global National: March 21

There are multiple developments in the investigation into foreign meddling allegations. Liberal MP Han Dong, who sources allege is connected to Chinese government interference, is speaking out. Katie Telford, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's chief of staff, has now agreed to testify on foreign election interference before a Parliamentary committee. Why the opposition wants to hear from her, and the deadline special rapporteur David Johnston has to decide whether to call a public inquiry. While inflation in Canada has dropped, food prices just keep climbing, and grocery shoppers may be forking out more money than they intended. How people should be taking a closer look at their receipts, and the code of conduct most supermarkets follow when they charge the wrong price. From burnout to strains on mental health, Canada is dealing with a nursing shortage, and advocates say more needs to be done to retain nurses. What Nova Scotia is doing to keep them from quitting. And stirring show of support: see the poignant tribute in Edmonton for two fallen police officers, Constables Travis Jordan and Brett Ryan.