Kamloops, B.C., man's grandmother among those killed in Toronto van attack
Kamloops' Elwood Delaney lost his 80-year-old grandmother, Dorothy Sewell, in Monday's van attack in Toronto.
Police say van attack victims were mostly women — but offer no details on motive
The man accused of plowing into pedestrians along a strip of one of Toronto's busiest streets on Monday is expected to be charged with a 14th count of attempted murder in addition to the 10 counts of first-degree murder he already faces.
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Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale weighs in on the police response to the attack. Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen discusses what the government is doing about the continued influx of asylum seekers crossing irregularly into Canada.
'There was so much discrimination and so much racism'
Moccasin Flats is the unresolved story of how at least 12 Indigenous families were evicted or relocated from a Fort McMurray riverside community to make way for a city expanding feverishly to accommodate oilsands growth. That history still pains Fort McMurray Métis President Gail Gallupe.
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Toronto van attack: Latest updates on the aftermath
Minute-by-minute updates as police investigate, city mourns
Trudeau, Goodale try to reassure Canadians and the world in wake of deadly van attack
The Trudeau government sought to reassure a shocked nation and visiting allies Tuesday that the horrific event that unfolded on a busy Toronto street 24 hours earlier was a random act of violence — and not part of an organized plot.
Windsor undergoing yearly checkup, survey exploring city's 'vital signs'
The WindsorEssex Community Foundation has launched a survey to examine the quality of the city's "vital signs," such as air quality, educational opportunities and public transportation.
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Conservatives demand Liberals act to halt illegal border crossings
Conservative MPs are calling on the federal government to take “immediate action” to halt illegal border crossings, describing the flow of asylum seekers from the United States as a “crisis without a plan.”
'We will come together': Torontonians pay tribute to victims of deadly van attack
As Toronto struggles to absorb the tragedy in the wake of yesterday's van attack, a vigil to honour the victims is being held at a makeshift memorial.
'Our thoughts are with you': B.C. shows its support for Toronto after Monday van attack
Across B.C., people are showing their support for Toronto, after a van attack in the city on Monday left a trail of death.
Islanders must be "utterly destitute" to receive social assistance, say Greens
Prince Edward Island says it's reviewing its social assistance program, while the Greens point to policies that claw back most employment income and require applicants to be down to their last $50 to receive benefits.
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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Full schedule and TV guide
Hockey Night in Canada's coverage of the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs features Toronto facing Boston in the first round and continues with the second-round matchups.
MLB commissioner says Rogers Centre 'out of date'
Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said Tuesday that Rogers Centre is in need of an update.
Raids targeting Hells Angels yield dozens of arrests in Quebec
Quebec provincial police say they have arrested members of the Hells Angels and dismantled three of the biggest drug trafficking rings in the province.
Champions League: Salah leads Liverpool over Roma in semis
Mohamed Salah produced two world-class finishes and set up goals for Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino to lead Liverpool to a 5-2 win over former club Roma on Tuesday, leaving the English team in sight of the Champions League final.
Winnipeg police ready for 'every type of threat' at whiteout party, including Toronto-style van attack
Winnipeg police say a deadly van attack in Toronto on Monday is in their minds as they plan security for the upcoming Jets street party, but they already had considered similar threats.
Parts of Drumheller area still under evacuation order
About 75 residents in the community of Wayne, near Drumheller, Alta., are still out of their homes because of rising water on the Rosebud River.
Rogersville monks bid farewell to dairy farming tradition
Facing a financial crunch, the Cistercian-Trappist Monastery in Rogersville, N.B., has decided to get out of the dairy business. The move means a sea of change is on the way for the brother who has cared for the herd over the past 35 years.
Edmonton councillor wants city to take second crack at bike-sharing program
Ward 4 Coun. Aaron Paquette didn’t know what a bike share was until people asked him whether Edmonton was looking at one.
Backlash shocks owner ahead of opening new yoga studio in rural Manitoba
Yoga is supposed to bring about calm and tranquillity but a letter denouncing the practise as anti-Christian is stirring up controversy in Boissevain, Man.