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‘It’s pretty scary’: Victim in suspected hate-motivated TTC assault speaks out – Toronto

A Muslim woman who was threatened with a knife on the TTC in a suspected hate-motivated assault last week said she is still shaken by what she experienced. “It’s pretty scary,” the woman said. She spoke with Global News on the condition of anonymity out of fear for her safety. …

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Rally condemning suspected poisonings of Iranian schools girls held in Vancouver

A large crowd gathered in downtown Vancouver to take part in a Global Rally to condemn a suspected poisoning targeting Iranian school girls. The rally, held Sunday afternoon in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery, was organized by grassroots activist group We are Mahsa. “All of the citizens around the …

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Suspected impaired driver arrested after hitting worker at Toronto construction site: police – Toronto

A suspected impaired driver has been arrested after they crashed into a construction worker on Allen Road in Toronto overnight causing critical injuries, police say. Toronto police said emergency crews were called to the scene at around 12:45 a.m. on Friday. Police said a driver in a Volvo was heading …

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Girl assaulted in suspected hate-motivated attack on TTC bus: police – Toronto

A girl was assaulted on a TTC bus earlier this week in a suspected hate-motivated attack, police say. Toronto police said it happened at around 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday when the victim was on a route 23 Dawes bus near Main Street Station in the city’s east end. Police said …

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Famous portrait of Winston Churchill missing from Ottawa hotel in suspected art heist

One of the most famous portraits of Winston Churchill is missing from the Château Laurier’s Reading Lounge after apparently being replaced with a copy, but exactly how long ago it disappeared is a mystery. A staff member at the storied downtown Ottawa hotel, just steps from Parliament Hill, discovered on Friday night that …

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