Here is a roundup of the top stories from across Canada today, September 22, 2023:

Canada News Today: September 22, 2023

Hurricane Fiona made landfall in Nova Scotia early Saturday morning, bringing with it strong winds, heavy rain, and storm surges.

Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes in British Columbia due to wildfires. The province is currently experiencing its worst fire season in recorded history.

The plan includes $10 billion in funding for affordable housing, as well as measures to increase housing supply and make housing more affordable for first-time buyers.

The Bank of Canada has raised interest rates by 0.75%, the largest increase since 1998. The move is an attempt to slow down inflation, which is at its highest level in decades.

Canadian athletes have had a successful World Athletics Championships in Oregon, winning multiple medals. The team has won gold, silver, and bronze medals in a variety of events.

Canadians celebrated the country's 156th birthday on Friday, July 1, with fireworks, parades, and other festivities. The day was marked by a sense of unity and pride, as Canadians came together to celebrate their country.