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"The power of healing is in the game."
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Nick Westoll 5h
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There is a constant stream of visitors at the memorial. Some of the messages left by those paying their respects: “I am four years old. Please don’t hurt people.” “Let’s be better humans. We’re in this together.” “Love always wins ❤️”
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Nick Westoll 5h
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The picture on the left is one I took at Olive Square less than 24 hours ago. The picture on the right shows how the memorial has grown. Rain gently coats the rows of flower bouquets, messages and other items left here yet the candles continue to shine.
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Global News Toronto 6h
Family of woman badly injured in Toronto van attack speaks out
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. honoured the victims of the and the first responders, with a brief tribute before their game against the Boston Red Sox.
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Major League Baseball commissioner says Rogers Centre needs an update
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“He’d basically just purr and meow and act like a cat. I never heard him speak,” says a former classmate of Toronto van attack suspect Alek Minassian.
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“I feel proud of him (that he did) a good job, but I’m still like the other fathers – I’m scared.”
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COMMENTARY: on speaking to eyewitnesses in the aftermath of the Toronto van attack
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Dorothy Sewell — one of the 10 people killed in the Toronto van attack — loved the Blue Jays and Leafs nearly as much as her family, her grandson said.
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In a moment of confrontation between the van attack suspect and a Toronto police officer where the suspect shouted, "kill me," the officer was able to de-escalate the situation, and he is receiving praise around the world for it.
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Kamil Karamali 10h
The father of Ken Lam — the officer who took down the van attack suspect without firing a shot — says he is proud of his son.
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“I really feel strongly that it’s a time for us to come together and support one other and not be afraid,” president Masai Ujiri said.
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Tristan Staddon 12h
is live in tonight, with leading our reporting. Follow and for the latest coverage. Thanks to all for their tireless work today.
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GlobalCamDudeDave 13h
This woman at the was distraught. So a cameraman decided to give her a hug.
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Nick Westoll 10h
TRAFFIC: say Yonge Street between Sheppard and Finch avenues has reopened after yesterday's van attack. LATEST:
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Ron Waksman 14h
We are incredibly proud of our journalists for their hard work and dedication to their craft and audiences. It’s an honour to be recognized by
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phil p 11h
Yonge St south of Finch has just been reopened to pedestrian traffic.
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“On days like these ... you have to capture something that is completely sobering,” says cartoonist Michael .
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