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Video shows pedestrians diving to safety to... NOTE: This video contains material that some may find disturbing. Surveillance video obtained by The Globe and Mail shows the white van used in Monday’s deadly attack in Toronto driving on the sidewalk and pedestrians leaping out of its way.


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Saskatchewan asks Appeal Court to rule on... Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he doesn’t believe the federal government has the right to impose a carbon tax, and is asking the province's Appeal Court for a ruling. Saskatchewan’s NDP leader calls the move “expensive” and “risky.”


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Cop who arrested suspect in Toronto van attack... Toronto’s deputy police chief says the officer who peacefully arrested the suspect in Monday’s deadly van attack doesn’t want to be called a “hero.” Peter Yuen says Const. Ken Lam has a mindset to “help as many people as possible.”


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Big grey barriers are a point of contention... The city of Toronto erected large barriers around Union Station less than a day after two dozen pedestrians were mowed down by a driver in another part of the city. Residents from around the city feel it's an action that falls short of what is really needed.


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Paralyzed Humboldt Broncos player determined to... A 19-year-old Humboldt Broncos player who was paralyzed after the April 6 bus crash says he hopes to defy those who say he’ll never walk again. Ryan Straschnitzki also says he’s interested in a sledge hockey career.


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Documentary The Heat explores gender barriers... Filmmaker Maya Gallus says her documentary on the struggles female chefs face in the culinary world is timely, given the #MeToo movement. The Heat opens Toronto’s Hot Docs festival on Thursday.


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Officer who arrested van attack suspect... Toronto police deputy chief Staff Supt. Peter Yuen told a news conference Wednesday that Const. Ken Lam doesn't want to be called a hero. Lam is the officer who arrested the suspect of Monday's deadly van attack in Toronto without any shots being fired.


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Trudeau urged to raise concerns of marginalized... Feminist activists are reminding Justin Trudeau to look beyond entrepreneurship when gender equality is discussed at June’s G7 summit. The prime minister says he wants to better learn how intersectionality can be part of the discussion.


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Jeremy Dutcher duets with ancestral Indigenous... For his debut album, Jeremy Dutcher incorporated century-old recordings of songs in the fading Wolastoq language, spoken in the Tobique First Nation where he grew up. Dutcher says he wanted to highlight the beauty of the songs.


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Peter Madsen jailed for life over submarine murder A Danish court has sentenced inventor Peter Madsen to life in prison for the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall on board his home-built submarine.


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Trump's travel ban faces U.S. Supreme... The first big showdown at the U.S. Supreme Court over President Donald Trump's immigration policies is set for Wednesday when the justices hear a challenge to the lawfulness of his travel ban targeting people from several Muslim-majority countries.


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Identification of Toronto van attack victims to... Ontario’s chief coroner says authorities have not formally identified any victims of Monday’s van attack in Toronto. Dr. Dirk Huyer said Tuesday the number of fatalities and the circumstances of the incident make the process challenging.


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Officer did an 'amazing' job... Raptors guard Kyle Lowry says the arresting officer in Monday’s Toronto van attack did an “amazing” job not using his firearm to take the suspect into custody. Alek Minassian was arrested after a brief sidewalk standoff.


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Toronto van attack spurs moment of silence,... The House of Commons observed a moment of silence in tribute to the victims of Monday’s van attack on pedestrians in Toronto. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer called the police officer who arrested the suspect “brave.”


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Coroner says it will take days to confirm... During a police news conference, Ontario's chief coroner Dr. Dirk Huyer, said work is ongoing to identify the victims of Monday's deadly van attack. Dr. Huyer says the work of forensic scientists will take a number of days to be completed.


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Military saw no red flags for Toronto attack... Harjit Sajjan is defending the military’s selection process after it was revealed that the Toronto van attack suspect was briefly a Forces member. The defence minister said Alek Minassian served for two months.


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Ontario premier and Toronto mayor visit... Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory added flowers and their own notes of condolence to a memorial at the scene of Monday's deadly van rampage on Yonge Street.


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Ontario expediting victim ID process in Toronto... Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says extra resources have been added to more rapidly identify victims of Monday’s fatal van attack in Toronto.


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Street View shows route taken by van in Toronto... The perspective from Google Street View of the route taken by the van in the attack in Toronto on Monday that left at least 10 people dead and as many as 15 injured. Alek Minassian is charged in the attack that spanned more than two kilometres of Yonge St. north of Toronto.


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People gather at memorial for victims of... Flowers, candles, and messages of sympathy are appearing at the scene of Monday's deadly van attack along Yonge Street.


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Toronto van attack ‘a horrific tragedy’ :... The prime minister is offering his condolences after a van attack on Monday left at least 10 people dead in Toronto. Justin Trudeau says he’ll visit the city when it “makes sense to do so.”


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DeRozan says Raptors’ defence needs to... Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan said Monday that every playoff game against the Washington Wizards is “completely different.” The Raptors take on the Wizards in Game 5 on Wednesday, with the first-round series tied 2-2.


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Trudeau says no motive established in van... Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that the motivations of a driver in a van attack in Toronto that killed 10 people are not yet known, but that there is no 'national security element' to the attack.


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Van attack doesn’t appear to be linked to... Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the deadly van attack in north Toronto on Monday doesn’t appear to be connected to national security. At least 10 people were killed in the incident and 15 others were injured.


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Hong Kong's plastic-eating fish pose a... Greenpeace says fish in Hong Kong are swallowing plastic pollution from millions of disposable bottles, straws, bowls and cutlery. The green group says plastic is putting the city's seafood industry at risk, and threatening the health of residents in one of the world's most densely-populated cities.


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Crowd erupts as Kate, Will present newborn son Prince William and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, presented their newborn son to adoring fans and the media on Monday, just hours after the child was born.


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Kim Jong-un visits survivors of tourist bus crash North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has visited the survivors of a devastating tourist bus crash that killed at least 36 people, mostly Chinese tourists, in North Korea on Sunday.


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Senate panel approves Pompeo to be top U.S.... A U.S. Senate committee approved the nomination of President Donald Trump’s choice for secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, on Monday after a Republican senator who had been opposed threw his support behind the CIA director in the face of party pressure.


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Witness says Toronto pedestrian incident like a... A Toronto resident who was driving near a van when it mounted a sidewalk and hit pedestrians says he repeatedly honked his horn to alert bystanders to the horrific incident.


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Hospital official on one ER’s response to... The chief medical executive at a Toronto hospital where many victims were taken after a van hit pedestrians is calling the situation “unprecedented.” Police say there were multiple deaths following the attack in north Toronto.


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