The victim was working on Jane Street, near Steeles Avenue West, when the elevated work platform was struck by the transport.
Police say there are no reports of injuries.
Applause from all sides of the House rained down on a stoic Kevin Vickers as he carried the mace into the legislative chamber. (2)
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Const. Marc Soucy says no other assailants are currently being sought, but the investigation is ongoing. (3)
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Police said they had received no indication of any threats being made. (1)
Kevin Vickers, 58, became the sergeant-at-arms in the House of Commons eight years ago. (1)
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