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Crowds  gathered on overpasses waiting for the motorcade carrying Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. (Tammie Sutherland/CITYNEWS)

Slain soldier arrives in Hamilton after riding Highway of Heroes

| Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press

The funeral for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo will be held in Hamilton on Tuesday.

A mosque in Cold Lake, Alta., was being cleaned up after a brick was thrown through its window and a "go home" message painted on the wall. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO/Val Young

National

Residents help clean vandalized Alberta mosque

| Tim Cook, The Canadian Press

A mosque in Cold Lake had its windows broken and "Go home" painted across the front wall. Video

Russell Brand appears in his YouTube series "The Trews" in an Oct. 23, 2014 post. YOUTUBE

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Comedian Russell Brand slams Harper for reaction to Ottawa shooting

| The Canadian Press

He says the PM's emphasis on terrorism and Islam are a way of advancing an agenda of increased military deployment. Video (3)

A police officer secures the scene of a shooting on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday Oct.22, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

National

Minister, Muslim group want more done to stop radicalization

| Justin Smallbridge, The Canadian Press

The gunman who killed Cpl. Nathan Cirillo was asked to leave a B.C. mosque because of his "extremist" views. Video

Toronto police cruiser

Local News

Woman freed from car after crash with TTC streetcar

| Toronto staff

It happened early Saturday morning at Gerrard and Carlaw.

Candidates lay it on the line at final mayoral debate

Local News

Candid interviews with top 3 mayoral candidates

| Toronto Staff

CityNews reporter Avery Haines sat down with the top three candidates for candid interviews.

Cpl. Nathan Cirillo of Hamilton was killed near Parliament Hill on Wednesday morning. COURTESY: Facebook

Local News National

Crowdfunding campaign raises over $250,000 for family of fallen soldiers

| Richard Southern

A crowdfunding campaign to help the families of the fallen Canadian soldiers has so far raised $251,000. Video

FILE - This 2010, file photo provided by tcu360.com, the yearbook of Texas Christian University, shows Nina Pham. Pham, the first nurse diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected man at a Dallas hospital, is free of the virus. The National Institutes of Health said in a statement that Pham is being released Friday, Oct. 24, 2014, from its hospital near Washington. (AP Photo/Courtesy of tcu360.com, File)

International

Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola now declared virus-free

| Reuters

Nina Pham walked out of hospital on her own Friday.

TDSB paid $1.29M in salary hikes despite wage freeze, audit finds

Local News

Toronto municipal election: Voters guide to school board elections

| Showwei Chu

There are 72 school boards with 676 candidates vying to be a school trustee on Oct. 27.

File photo of grill of Ford F-150 pickup. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/David Zalubowski.

Life Local News Money

Ford Motor ditches Windsor in favour of Mexico for engine plant

| Allison Jones, The Canadian Press

Ford said it was unable to reach a deal with the federal and Ontario governments. (2)

John Tory & Olivia Chow react to results in latest Toronto mayoral poll

Local News

OPINION: Tory will be mayor of Toronto (this is a prediction, not an endorsement)

| John Stall

Doug Ford believes he is going to win the Toronto election on Monday. Will he? Video Audio (1)

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Kenneth Armstrong.

National Sports

Canadian NHL teams to coordinate tributes to fallen soldiers

| Sportsnet

Hockey Night in Canada will take on extra significance Saturday night, as Canada’s three Eastern Conference teams host their first home games since Wednesday’s attack in Ottawa.

Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell addresses council on Aug. 6, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Fennell claims she’s been cleared in spending scandal

| Charlene Close

She says an arbitrator's reports has revealed $3,000 in improper spending versus the nearly $200,000 cited in a forensic audit. (3)

Water damage is seen in a portable at Secord Elementary School in Toronto on Oct. 16, 2014. SECORD PARENT COUNCIL

Local News

Parents pull children out of class over mould concerns

| Toronto staff and Irene Preklet

They're concerned about an aging portable at Secord Elementary School, near Main Street and Danforth Avenue. (3)

Crowds  gathered on overpasses waiting for the motorcade carrying Cpl. Nathan Cirillo. (Tammie Sutherland/CITYNEWS)

Local News National

Slain soldier arrives in Hamilton after riding Highway of Heroes

| Colin Perkel, The Canadian Press

The funeral for Cpl. Nathan Cirillo will be held in Hamilton on Tuesday. Video

File photo of a GO train. CP PHOTO/Steve White.

Local News

Suspicious package investigated on GO train in Oshawa

| Toronto staff

It is not clear how long the investigation and closure will last, and GO says shuttle buses are operating between Oshawa and Whitby.

Nathan Cirillo

National

‘You are so loved’: Ottawa lawyer describes trying to save Cpl. Nathan Cirillo

| Sarah-Joyce Battersby and Laura Eggertson, The Canadian Press

Cirillo died in the arms of the people working so hard to keep him alive. Video

Local News News Features

Interview: Doug Ford says election comes down to getting the vote out

| John Stall and Toronto staff

Ford said his supporters aren't just fawning fans wanting to snap a photograph. (4)

A man is in custody after driving an SUV into the streetcar tunnel at Queens Quay on Oct. 24, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Man in custody after driving SUV into streetcar tunnel

| Sarah-Joyce Battersby and Patricia D'Cunha

No injuries were reported. So far, there's no word on charges. (2)

City Council Ponders Installing Taxi Shields

Crime Local News

Cab drivers targeted in a string of robberies in east end

| Toronto staff

No injuries have been reported.

A file photo of a TTC streetcar passes over traffic on the Don Valley Parkway. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Steve White

Local News

DVP closed this weekend for scheduled fall maintenance

| Toronto staff

Road closures will also be in effect for events and construction projects.