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Man arrested after Toronto van attack charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder

The man taken into custody after pedestrians were mowed down on a busy Toronto street Monday has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 counts of attempted murder.
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Here's what we know about the victims of the Toronto van attack

Toronto police are appealing for the public to help identify the victims of a deadly van attack Monday that left 10 dead and numerous people hurt. The first victim identified, on Tuesday, was Anne Marie D'Amico.
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New rules sprung on lobster fishermen to protect endangered whales

Parts of the water off the coast of New Brunswick will be closed to lobster fishing this season to protect the North Atlantic right whale, the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has told lobster fishermen.
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'We cannot live in fear': Trudeau reacts to deadly Toronto van attack

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought to reassure Canadians on Tuesday that the deadly van attack in Toronto has no connection to national security, while urging people to go about their daily lives after 10 people were killed and more than a dozen were injured.

Former gas line engineer, arrested for protest, speaks out against Kinder Morgan pipeline

Jack Bryceland says he is speaking out against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project because he is concerned about the possibility of a tanker spill.
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Lowell - Bitter Rivals (LIVE)

Lowell performs an acoustic version of her song Bitter Rivals in the q studio.
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That sweet parking spot in front of your house? You don't own it, so chill out

Dan Onischuk has been in a 20-year battle to stake claim over the street parking in front of his home.

U.S. 10-year bond hits 3% yield for first time since 2014

The yield on the 10-year U.S. government bond hit three per cent for the first time in four years on Tuesday, pushed up by expectations of higher inflation to come.

'Risk can be mitigated': Environmental scientist explains why he supports the Trans Mountain pipeline

Jim Thomson, an environmental scientist from Edmonton, says he supports the Trans Mountain pipeline, but believes much work still needs to be done before it gets built.
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Ralph Goodale speaks after G7 security ministers' meeting LIVE

Public Security Minister Ralph Goodale news conference after a meeting of G7 security ministers in Toronto

Toronto van attack suspect Alek Minassian was quickly in and out of Canadian Forces last fall

Alek Minassian, the suspect in Monday's van attack in Toronto, joined the Canadian Forces last August and turned up for basic training at Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., in September, National Defence said Tuesday.

U.S. veteran who survived blast receives unusual penis transplant

Johns Hopkins University surgeons rebuilt man's entire pelvic region, transplanting a penis, scrotum and part of the abdominal wall from a deceased donor after 'an unspoken injury of war.'

Beavers arrive at Ottawa International Airport

A pair of beavers caused a bit of a stir when they wandered onto a staircase at the Ottawa International Airport Tuesday morning.

Plane makes unplanned landing on Outaouais highway

The pilot of a small aircraft was unhurt after making an unexpected landing Sunday afternoon near Chelsea, Que., according to the Sûreté du Québec.
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Conservatives demand feds 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.”
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From McQueen to M.I.A. to Mister Rogers: Here are the must-see arts films at Hot Docs 2018

Can't decide what to catch at this year's festival? These docs about arts and culture will get you started.
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Premier tells Manitoba Chambers of Commerce P-3 model a great option for roads

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is raising the possibility of building provincial roads in partnership with the private sector.
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Trudeau statement on Toronto van attack

PM Justin Trudeau issues a statement and answers questions about the Toronto van attack that killed 10 people and injured 15 others.
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Toronto Mayor John Tory: 'Our city's in mourning.'

John Tory makes a statement about the Toronto van attack, thanking citizens who helped at the scene

Nashville Predators won't allow people outside of region to buy playoff tickets

Winnipeg Jets fans will have to be creative if they want to fly down to Nashville to see a playoff game, thanks to a locals-only Ticketmaster policy.

Jubilation after Rankin Inlet man missing on the land for 3 days found safe

Kashtin Simik's snowmobile ran out of gas, and searchers found him walking Monday night.
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Toronto van attack: Latest updates on the aftermath

Minute-by-minute updates as police investigate, city mourns
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More Sask. employees having difficulty escaping part-time work: StatsCan

More Saskatchewan workers are finding a hard time getting out of part-time work, according to a new report from Statistics Canada.
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Draw your very own space whale

This isn't just a regular whale.
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Siobhan Coady joins Alderon CEO in China to lobby for 'rebounding' iron ore projects

The natural resources minister travelled to meet with executives from the second largest steel company in China.