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Police cordon off a street leading to Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Oct. 22, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Parliament Hill again open to the public; tours to resume next week

| The Canadian Press

The landmark had been off limits until Friday night since the fatal shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the National War Memorial.

Don Cherry rips Leafs for treatment of Kadri

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An emotional Don Cherry asks Canadians not to forget slain soldiers

| The Canadian Press

The emotional Cherry looked on the verge of tears as he spoke about Cirillo — shown in photos with his son Marcus and two rescue dogs.

Preview: Hometown Hockey from Saskatoon

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Preview: Hometown Hockey from Saskatoon

| Toronto staff

Not only is City bringing you NHL hockey on the weekends, we're taking you to the towns where the game's current and future stars made their mark.

Cpl. Nathan Cirillo brought home to Hamilton

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Memorial held in Montreal for soldiers Patrice Vincent and Nathan Cirillo

| Benjamin Shingler, The Canadian Press

Antoinette Mercurio, who organized the memorial, asked people to bring two flowers — one for each soldier. Video

Police Cruiser Lights 3:2

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Five injured in explosion at industrial plant in Sarnia, Ont.

| The Canadian Press

He says one person was critically injured in the blast, while three suffered serious injuries and one has minor injuries.

National

Kathleen Wynne leaves for weeklong China trade trip with Quebec, PEI premiers

| The Canadian Press

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is headed to China on a weeklong mission that will see her and the premiers of Quebec and Prince Edward Island talk trade with the Asian economic powerhouse. Wynne departed Saturday and is taking about 60 Ontario delegates drawn from business and groups working in the fields of clean technology and Read the Rest of the Entry

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Hockey returns to Ottawa with emotional pre-game anthem ceremony

| The Canadian Press

In Ottawa, Lyndon Slewidge performed the ``Star-Spangled Banner'' before the emotional rendition of ``O Canada'' got underway.

Police cordon off a street leading to Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Oct. 22, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

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Parliament Hill again open to the public; tours to resume next week

| The Canadian Press

The landmark had been off limits until Friday night since the fatal shooting of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo at the National War Memorial. Video

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Maclean’s on the Hill – Episode 37

| Andrew Pinsent @1310Pinsent

This week, the bureau discusses the shooting in Ottawa and its aftermath.

Stock photo of Toronto City Hall at night.

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Where to watch Toronto mayoral election results: CityVote coverage, events

| Patricia D'Cunha

On Oct. 27, voters will be able to demonstrate their civic enthusiasm as they watch the results at various locations across the city.

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5 questions with top Toronto mayoral candidates

| Toronto staff

We may know where Olivia Chow, John Tory and Doug Ford stand on election issues, but what about their personal lives?

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

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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 (10)

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

Emergency workers respond after a crash involving a TTC streetcar in Toronto on Oct. 25, 2014. CITYNEWS

Local News

Woman freed from car after crash with TTC streetcar

| Toronto staff

It happened early Saturday morning at Gerrard and Carlaw.

Cynthia Mulligan’s top-6 pivotal moments of the 2014 mayoral campaign

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Cynthia Mulligan’s Top 6 pivotal moments of the 2014 mayoral campaign

| Toronto Staff

Toronto’s mayoral race will undoubtedly go down as the most memorable municipal election in Canadian history.

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

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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

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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.

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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)