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Man guilty of incel-inspired terror attack on Toronto spa apologizes to victims

Man guilty of incel-inspired terror attack on Toronto spa apologizes to victims

TORONTO — A man who pleaded guilty to the incel-inspired murder of a Toronto massage parlour employee apologized for the terrorist attack Thursday, saying he has changed in the three years since the killing and no longer hates women.
TSX declines Thursday, Wall Street also falls following U.S. inflation report

TSX declines Thursday, Wall Street also falls following U.S. inflation report

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index declined Thursday, led by losses in utilities, base metals and telecom, while U.S. markets also fell after the latest report on inflation south of the border. Headline inflation in the U.S.
'It was intolerable': Ottawa local testifies at trial of 'Freedom Convoy' organizers

'It was intolerable': Ottawa local testifies at trial of 'Freedom Convoy' organizers

OTTAWA — The sanctuary at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church in downtown Ottawa was "brutally altered" during the "Freedom Convoy," the church's administrator told the criminal trial of two of the protest's organizers on Thursday.
What is the notwithstanding clause? An explainer on the rarely used provision

What is the notwithstanding clause? An explainer on the rarely used provision

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government has invoked the notwithstanding clause of the Constitution in tabling legislation that prevents children under 16 from changing their names or pronouns at school without parental consent.
'We have to do what it takes': Israeli-Canadian reservists say they're ready to fight

'We have to do what it takes': Israeli-Canadian reservists say they're ready to fight

MONTREAL — Temima Silver is waiting for the call to report for duty in the Israeli military. Born and raised in Ottawa, the 21-year-old moved to Israel in 2020 to join the Israel Defense Forces.
P.E.I. village votes to investigate councillor who displayed anti-Indigenous sign

P.E.I. village votes to investigate councillor who displayed anti-Indigenous sign

MURRAY HARBOUR, P.E.I. — A village in southeastern Prince Edward Island has ordered an investigation into a councillor who displayed a sign on his property denying the existence of residential school graves.
Blue Jays president Shapiro says general manager Atkins will return next season

Blue Jays president Shapiro says general manager Atkins will return next season

TORONTO — Blue Jays president Mark Shapiro expressed support for general manager Ross Atkins on Thursday and acknowledged the need for improved communication and transparency with the team's players.
Quebec premier inaugurates vast Romaine hydro project on North Shore

Quebec premier inaugurates vast Romaine hydro project on North Shore

HAVRE-ST-PIERRE, Que. — The newly inaugurated Romaine hydroelectric complex could serve as a model for future projects that are sorely needed in the province, Quebec Premier François Legault said Thursday. “It brings me a lot of pride.
John Herdman approaches massive Toronto FC rescue job with a smile on his face

John Herdman approaches massive Toronto FC rescue job with a smile on his face

TORONTO — John Herdman is no stranger to rescue jobs. He took over a Canadian women's team that was broken after finishing last at the 2011 FIFA World Cup.
Riders' defensive back Williams following in his father's footsteps

Riders' defensive back Williams following in his father's footsteps

For Deontai Williams, father does indeed know best. Williams is in his first season as a defensive back with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. But before the 27-year-old Jacksonville, Fla.