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These are the victims of Toronto's deadly van attack

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More victims are being identified by family, friends and employers after Monday’s deadly van attack on Toronto’s Yonge Street.

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Canada and U.S. clash over sunset clause in 'forceful' NAFTA talks

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Canada's Foreign Affairs minister and her U.S. trade counterpart had an intense exchange of views during a private NAFTA meeting on Tuesday. A source with direct knowledge of the situation said the conversation was 'forceful' and both countries were digging in their heels over an American demand for a sunset clause.

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Trump lawyer Michael Cohen says he'll plead the Fifth in porn actress case

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U.S. President Donald Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen says he will assert his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in connection with a lawsuit filed by adult-film star Stormy Daniels, who says she had an affair with Trump.

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Officer who arrested van attack suspect rejects hero label, deputy chief says

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Toronto police Deputy Chief Peter Yuen says the police officer who apprehended the suspect in Monday's deadly van attack doesn't want to be considered a hero.

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Experts slam 'woefully inadequate' spray bottle used for de-icing by West Wind Aviation

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A former Transport Canada inspector says the plane that crashed near Fond-du-Lac, Sask., "requires de-icing trucks and extensive de-icing equipment, certainly not garden variety spray bottles."

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'Startling' number of Alberta households struggling financially: poll

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Forty-seven per cent of people in Alberta who responded to a poll commissioned by CBC News think pipelines or the economy are the most important issues facing Alberta. Other issues like education and health care don’t even come close.

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Federal program funds summer job to help 'stop Kinder Morgan pipeline'

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The federal government's summer job program is providing funding for a position with a B.C. activist group that aims to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion. The group says such positions have been funded under both Liberal and Conservative governments.

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WestJet pilot union launches strike vote

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After eight months at the bargaining table, the union representing WestJet pilots is calling a strike vote.

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Bank of Canada says economy 'finally positive', rates to rise

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Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said on Wednesday the economy was "finally positive" after a long adjustment to a sharp fall in oil prices, but he added there was still softness in several areas of the country.

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Facebook's rise in profits, users shows resilience after scandals

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Facebook Inc.'s quarterly profit and revenue beat analysts' estimates on Wednesday, as the social media company's mobile ad business grew on a major push to add more video content.

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Google overhauls Gmail to lure businesses away from Microsoft

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Alphabet Inc.'s Google unveiled on Wednesday its first Gmail redesign since 2013, capping what the company says was an expensive overhaul two years in the making to adopt security and offline functionality and better resemble Microsoft Outlook.

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Van attacks: Rental companies rethink policies, but few doable options exist

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Monday's deadly rental van rampage in Toronto shows how quickly a vehicle can be turned into a weapon, but rental agencies are finding few clear options to prevent their property from involvement in such violent acts.

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Apple to begin paying $16B in back taxes owed to Ireland

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Ireland says it will begin collecting more than 13 billion euros (almost $16 billion US) of back taxes from Apple, 19 months after the European Commission ruled that a tax deal with the tech giant amounted to illegal state aid.

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