What you need to know: Road closures, TTC disruptions 1 day after van attack

Some roads are closed and some transit services are disrupted in Toronto one day after a man driving a white rental van plowed into pedestrians in the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue area, killing 10 people and injuring 15 others.

Deadly Toronto van attack: Here's what we know

The latest updates in Monday's van attack on a busy north Toronto street

First of 10 victims of deadly Toronto van attack ID'd as Anne Marie D'Amico

One of the 10 people killed in Monday's van attack on a busy Toronto street has been identified as Anne Marie D'Amico, CBC News has learned.

Toronto Mayor John Tory expresses condolences over van attack LIVE

John Tory speaks in city hall chambers on yesterday's van attack

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's statement on Toronto van attack LIVE

Prime minister speaks in the foyer of the House of Commons after a deadly van attack in Toronto

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale speaks at G7 meeting LIVE

Ralph Goodale makes remarks at the G7 foreign affairs and safety ministers meeting in Toronto
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Deadly van 'attack' not part of organized terror plot, says Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said the van attack in Toronto that killed 10 people and put another 15 in hospital is not part of a plot that poses a threat to national security.

Man charged with impaired driving after backing into Saskatoon police car

A 21-year old man has been arrested after police say he put his vehicle into reverse and smashed into a patrol car.

'It's a very strong city': Toronto rallies on and off the ice after deadly van attack

Signs that Toronto may not feel as safe as it once was were everywhere in the wake of the deadly van attack in the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue area.

Mandatory evacuation order issued for parts of Drumheller

Town of Drumheller issued alert at 6:42 p.m. for residents and businesses in the community of Wayne and along Hwy 10X.

UN says Canada needs more helicopters to fully meet its peacekeeping commitments in Mali

Canada is taking over a key role in the peacekeeping mission in Mali, but United Nations officials worry it may not be able to fulfil a crucial part of its mandate because it plans to send limited helicopter support.

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Bombardier says it's 'doing everything' to finish Waterloo region's LRT order

Bombardier officials say the company is "doing everything" to satisfy Waterloo region's LRT order and that the company is not solely to blame for the delayed launch of rapid transit in the region.

Toronto man caught stunt driving, his 2 young kids in the car: Hamilton police

A Toronto man was caught driving more than 50 km over the speed limit on the Red Hill Valley Parkway, police say, with his two young kids in the car.

Death of woman, 25, in north Edmonton weapons complaint, ruled suspicious

Homicide detectives are investigating after a 25-year-old woman was found fatally injured in northeast Edmonton Monday afternoon.

Waves, snow, ice, oh my! Check out our latest audience gallery

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Toys "R" Us ends Canadian stores auction with Fairfax as sole bidder

Toys "R" Us Inc. will seek approval to sell its Canadian unit to Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. after cancelling an auction for the company's Canadian operations.

Wild beavers stop by the Ottawa International Airport

A pair of beavers wandered onto a staircase at the Ottawa International Airport Tuesday morning.

Paying surrogates in Canada could present new problems for parents-to-be, experts say

Being a surrogate is legal in Canada, but the logistics and legalities of the practice are much different than they are elsewhere and in need of updating, families and medical experts say.

Expert whistler from Saskatoon takes his talent to worldwide competition

Saskatoon's Mike Sheinin works in the tech industry by day but is honing his whistling abilities and heading to Japan to compete in the World Whistlers Convention.

Polar poses: Hopedale woman snaps magnificent photos of polar bear

Jenna Flowers set out with intentions of finding a polar bear, but she didn't imagine she'd meet the most photogenic bear in Labrador.

Mackenzie Days festival returns after 5-year hiatus

The festival ran for almost 40 years before it was cancelled in 2013 because of issues related to alcohol. The Mackenzie Days Society is trying to lower entry fees to make the event more accessible, especially for youth.

National dodgeball championship coming to Charlottetown

Dodgeball PEI had success on the court and in the boardroom at the National Dodgeball Championship in Winnipeg last week.

Historic ship that's become an 'eyesore' voted out of Sault Ste. Marie by city council

A long and fiery debate that's gone on for years in Sault Ste. Marie came to an end Monday night with city council voting to remove the historic ship MS Norgoma from its waterfront.