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9 dead, 16 injured after van strikes pedestrians 'one after one' in north Toronto
Nine people are dead and 16 others are injured after a van struck a number of pedestrians Monday in the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue area in north Toronto.
No information yet to support raising threat level following Toronto van incident: Goodale
Hours after a van plowed into a number of pedestrians near a busy intersection in Toronto, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said today he has no evidence at the moment to suggest Canada's national threat level needs to be raised.
Canada mishandling nuclear waste plans, Indigenous, environmental groups warn
First Nations leaders say they have not been properly consulted about the prospect of a nuclear waste disposal site being established northwest of Ottawa near a prominent nuclear research centre.
Portion of Carp Hills to get extra protection
The City of Ottawa, the federal government and Ducks Unlimited Canada have teamed up with several private donors to purchase 178 hectares of the Carp Hills in the city's west end.
Gatineau police launch homicide investigation into weekend death
Doug Ford blames predecessor's 'mess' for having to appoint 11 candidates
Province to lift electric vehicle roadblocks for condo owners
NCC to expand access to 19th-century pulp mill ruins
Banned pesticides found on flowers in Ottawa stores, environmental group says
Project Ramadan aims to feed 500 Ottawa families during holy month
One-stop clinic for veterans coming to Ottawa
Monday's weather a warm, sunny carryover from the weekend
Plane makes unplanned landing on Outaouais highway
'We can never say thank you enough': Constance Bay looks back on devastating floods
Ottawa-area MP Francis Drouin facing sexual assault allegation