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MPs clad in eclipse glasses stare at 'surreal' celestial event on Parliament Hill

MPs clad in eclipse glasses stare at 'surreal' celestial event on Parliament Hill

OTTAWA — Not even the vital business of Parliament was enough to keep MPs from slipping outside to glimpse celestial history.
Raptors centre Kelly Olynyk impressed with NCAA star Zach Edey's improvement

Raptors centre Kelly Olynyk impressed with NCAA star Zach Edey's improvement

Toronto Raptors centre Kelly Olynyk shook his head in disbelief when he heard that fellow Canadian Zach Edey had won the Naismith Award as U.S. college basketball's player of the year for a second time.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (22,260.30, down 4.08 points): Toronto-Dominion Bank. (TSX:TD). Finance. Down 83 cents, or 1.03 per cent, to $79.80 on 14.
Man convicted in London, Ont., attack on Muslim family plans to appeal: lawyer

Man convicted in London, Ont., attack on Muslim family plans to appeal: lawyer

The lawyer for a man convicted of murdering four members of a Muslim family in what the judge deemed to be an act of terrorism says his client is seeking to appeal the convictions.
B.C.'s government buys land for transit-oriented housing development

B.C.'s government buys land for transit-oriented housing development

SAANICH, B.C. — British Columbia's government is spearheading a new public development project on Vancouver Island aimed at bringing more affordable homes closer to transit access.
Officer was not visible to driver when he was run over: crash reconstructionist

Officer was not visible to driver when he was run over: crash reconstructionist

TORONTO — A Toronto police officer would not have been visible to the man who ran him over because he was on the ground in the car's blind zone, a crash reconstructionist told jurors Monday. Det. Const.
What's in Canada's new 'Our North, Strong and Free' defence policy

What's in Canada's new 'Our North, Strong and Free' defence policy

OTTAWA — Canada's military is set to take a bigger role in the North over the next two decades as climate change and increasingly aggressive foes threaten Arctic sovereignty.
S&P/TSX edges lower, U.S. stock markets mixed ahead of busy week

S&P/TSX edges lower, U.S. stock markets mixed ahead of busy week

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index dipped Monday while U.S. markets were mixed ahead of a busy week that will see lots of economic data, the start of U.S. earnings season, and a Bank of Canada interest rate decision.
Woman arrested for attacking 'random strangers' in Vancouver, police say

Woman arrested for attacking 'random strangers' in Vancouver, police say

VANCOUVER — A woman has been arrested over what Vancouver police say is a series of assaults against "random strangers" in the city.
Former Nova Scotia Liberal Party president files complaint against auditor general

Former Nova Scotia Liberal Party president files complaint against auditor general

HALIFAX — The former president of the Nova Scotia Liberal Party has lodged a complaint against the province's auditor general with the regulatory body for chartered professional accountants.