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Van attack looks unrelated to national security, threat level unchanged: Goodale

OTTAWA — There remains no information to warrant a change in Canada's risk level, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale reiterated Monday following what he described as a "horrendous" midday van attack in Toronto that killed 10 pedestrians and injured
Ten dead, 15 injured in van incident authorities call an  horrific attack

Ten dead, 15 injured in van incident authorities call an horrific attack

TORONTO — The death toll rose to at least 10 late Monday following a "horrific attack" in which a young man drove a van into a crowd of pedestrians along a stretch of one of Toronto's busiest streets, authorities said.

Maple Leafs hold moment of silence ahead of Game 6 for those affected by deadly incident

TORONTO — The Maple Leafs held a moment of silence before their playoff game Monday in honour of those affected by the deadly incident involving a van and pedestrians in north Toronto earlier in the day.
Enbridge Line 3 project should follow existing route, U.S. judge says

Enbridge Line 3 project should follow existing route, U.S. judge says

MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota regulators should approve Enbridge Energy's proposal for replacing its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline only if it follows the existing route rather than company's preferred route, an administrative law judge recommended Monday

Peru orders arrest of two suspects in Canadian man's killing

LIMA, Peru — Peru's attorney general has ordered the arrest of two suspects in the killing of a Canadian man who travelled to the Amazon rain forest to study hallucinogenic medicine, officials said Monday.
Saskatchewan introduces law to allow control of oil, gas exports

Saskatchewan introduces law to allow control of oil, gas exports

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government has introduced legislation that would allow the province to control its oil and gas exports, similar to a bill recently tabled in Alberta.
Mosque killer wanted 'grandiose act' to stop people mocking him: psychologist

Mosque killer wanted 'grandiose act' to stop people mocking him: psychologist

QUEBEC — The man who murdered six Muslim men in a Quebec City mosque in January 2017 had been suffering with mental illness for years and wanted to kill, a psychologist who evaluated the gunman said in court Monday.

Liberal-dominated committee rejecting many proposed changes to security bill

OTTAWA — MPs have amended the government's sweeping security bill with the aim of ensuring Canadian spies don't infringe on privacy by randomly sifting through public data.
'Enough is enough': G7 ministers agree to call Russia out on 'malign' behaviour

'Enough is enough': G7 ministers agree to call Russia out on 'malign' behaviour

TORONTO — Canada and its G7 partners are saying "enough is enough" to attacks by Russia and other authoritarian countries in their democratic institutions, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Monday.

Household debt-to-income ratio should winding down: central banker Wilkins

OTTAWA — A top Bank of Canada official says she expects the country's high levels of household debt relative to disposable income to gradually start winding down.