• 'Love for all, hatred for none' in Toronto
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    'Love for all, hatred for none' in Toronto

    A vigil has been held in Toronto, Canada, following the van attack that left 10 people dead. Alek Minassian, 25, was charged on Tuesday with 10 counts of murder and 13 counts of attempted murder.

  • Survivor of Humboldt Broncos crash still sees future in hockey
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    Survivor of Humboldt Broncos crash still sees future in hockey

    Ryan Straschnitzki, a survivor of the Humboldt Broncos crash, still sees a future in hockey — whether it's playing for the national sledge hockey team, as a coach or a scout. In this exclusive interview with CBC News, Straschnitzki recounts the day of the crash, his struggle since then, and how he

  • Macron trip marks 1st state visit for Trump White House
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    Macron trip marks 1st state visit for Trump White House

    French President Emmanuel Macron's trip to Washington marks the first state visit for the Trump White House. The two presidents may disagree on a number of key issues, but both leaders see the visit as an opportunity to strengthen their own political profiles.

  • Toronto community shaken by van attack, rally for strength
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    Toronto community shaken by van attack, rally for strength

    The Toronto community of North York may still be shaken by Monday's van attack, but its residents have rallied in small ways to give each other strength. Co-host of The National Ian Hanomansing spent the day in the neighbourhood to see how people are coping in the wake of the attack.

  • Why the van attack isn't being called terrorism yet
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    Why the van attack isn't being called terrorism yet

    The question of why the Toronto van attack hasn't been called terrorism yet is an issue that many Canadians have raised. CBC News takes a look at how Canada defines terrorism — and how its definition in the Criminal Code has been applied to previous incidents in the country.

  • Ken Lam: The cop who arrested Alek Minassian peacefully
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    Ken Lam: The cop who arrested Alek Minassian peacefully

    Const. Ken Lam of the Toronto Police Service is the officer being praised for his arrest of Alek Minassian, and the way he managed to subdue the suspect without firing his weapon. As a primary witness to the incident, it will be some time before Lam can speak publicly about the arrest — but that hasn

  • G7 security meeting addresses 'soft targets'
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    G7 security meeting addresses 'soft targets'

    The G7 security meeting in Toronto between security ministers addressed the protection of 'soft targets' — the name used to describe places where people go about their everyday lives. The timing of the meeting is especially important, given the van attack on a busy street yesterday in Toronto

  • Van attack crime scene a challenge for investigators
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    Van attack crime scene a challenge for investigators

    The Toronto van attack's crime scene spans more than ten major city blocks, the sheer size of which will present challenges for investigators. Extra help has been brought in to analyze the span of Yonge Street as police try to make a case for first-degree murder convictions.

  • Investigating van attack suspect Alek Minassian's past
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    Investigating van attack suspect Alek Minassian's past

    The investigation into the Toronto van attack suspect's past is underway, with 25-year-old Alek Minassian making his first court appearance.

  • What's on tap?
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    What's on tap?

    Fred Landtmeters, CEO of Molson Coors Canada, on changes in the brewing industry

  • 'Trucker wall' helps prevent man's death
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    'Trucker wall' helps prevent man's death

    Thirteen truckers parked under an overpass after a man threatened to jump to his death from above. The man was eventually talked out of a jump and was taken to hospital.

  • Edge of chaos
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    Edge of chaos

    Economist Dambisa Moyo's new books offers her prescription for saving democracy

  • Market volatility
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    Market volatility

    Joey Mack, GMP Securities, and Lindsay Bell, CFRA Research, on the rise in U.S. bond yields

  • Melania's big role during Macron visit
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    Melania's big role during Macron visit

    The first lady throws her first state dinner under the Trump administration by hosting the French president and his wife.

  • Trump and Macron's most touching moments
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    Trump and Macron's most touching moments

    From air kisses to Oval Office grooming, the best bits from an unusually affectionate state visit.

  • On The Money April 24, 2018
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    On The Money April 24, 2018

    On The Money takes you inside the world of business.

  • Flirting across the India-Pakistan border
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    Flirting across the India-Pakistan border

    Pakistan and India were once the same country - now they’re bitter rivals. Anyone hoping to cross the border faces huge bureaucratic obstacles in getting a visa. But thanks to mobile technology and social media, Pakistanis and Indians are able to talk and even flirt with each other. It’s something that

  • 'I would have killed him... now we work together'
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    'I would have killed him... now we work together'

    Despite strong animosity and a recent history of tension and violence, Fulani herdsmen and Berom farmers are now working together on a tin mine. BBC Nigeria Correspondent Stephanie Hegarty asks whether a shared economic project can build more substantive ties between these warring sides.

  • Fancy a French farm for free?
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    Fancy a French farm for free?

    This Brittany farm could be available to someone who will preserve its traditional methods.

  • Wynne comforts woman at van attack memorial
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    Wynne comforts woman at van attack memorial

    Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne comforts a scared woman at the Toronto van attack memorial

  • Gun salutes celebrate royal baby
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    Gun salutes celebrate royal baby

    Traditional artillery salutes at Tower Bridge and in Hyde Park have taken place to mark the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's third child.Bells were also rung at Westminster Abbey to celebrate the new prince's birth.

  • Why is this US senator on verge of tears?
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    Why is this US senator on verge of tears?

    Republican Senator Bob Corker was so moved by the actions of a Democratic senator, he was moved to tears.

  • Trump brushes dandruff off 'perfect' Macron
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    Trump brushes dandruff off 'perfect' Macron

    The US president lavishes his French counterpart with praise during an Oval Office meeting - but there are areas of disagreement too.

  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's statement about the Toronto van crash
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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's statement about the Toronto van crash

    Trudeau gives his condolences for the victims and their families