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Toronto Raptors MVP Kawhi Leonard called the turnout "amazing."Toronto Raptors MVP Kawhi Leonard called the turnout "amazing."

Toronto Raptors celebration sees Plant Guy, Kawhi’s jokes and many more memorable moments | Globalnews.ca

While Toronto was revelling and understandably gloating Monday as hundreds of thousands turned out for a huge parade celebrating their Raptors basketball team first win of the NBA “World Championship,” Ottawa remained as if was more than a half-century ago in an oft-repeated but never fu...While Toronto was revelling and understandably gloating Monday as hundreds of thousands turned out for a huge parade celebrating their Raptors basketball team first win of the NBA “World Championship,” Ottawa remained as if was more than a half-century ago in an oft-repeated but never fully forgiven slight by former Maclean’s columnist Allan Fotheringham.

BONOKOSKI: Forget the Raptors, where’s Ottawa’s parade for hitting a million? | Toronto Sun

While Toronto was revelling and understandably gloating Monday as hundreds of thousands turned out for a huge parade celebrating their Raptors basketball team first win of the NBA “World Championship,” Ottawa remained as if was more than a half-century ago in an oft-repeated but never fu...While Toronto was revelling and understandably gloating Monday as hundreds of thousands turned out for a huge parade celebrating their Raptors basketball team first win of the NBA “World Championship,” Ottawa remained as if was more than a half-century ago in an oft-repeated but never fully forgiven slight by former Maclean’s columnist Allan Fotheringham.

BONOKOSKI: Forget the Raptors, where’s Ottawa’s parade for hitting a million? | Toronto Sun

Toronto police said officers were called to the scene near Bay Street, near the southeast corner of the Square, just before 4 p.m.Toronto police said officers were called to the scene near Bay Street, near the southeast corner of the Square, just before 4 p.m.

Four people shot near Raptors Championship parade in downtown Toronto: police | Globalnews.ca

Four people were shot at a rally celebrating the Toronto Raptors' first NBA championship on Monday afternoon, according to police, amid a celebration that saw thousands of fans crowd into the city's downtown core. Four people were shot at a rally celebrating the Toronto Raptors' first NBA championship on Monday afternoon, according to police, amid a celebration that saw thousands of fans crowd into the city's downtown core. 

It’s hard to replicate this season’s kismet, even with the same guysIt’s hard to replicate this season’s kismet, even with the same guys

The Raptors won’t have a predictable dynasty. But anything can happen - The Globe and Mail

The federal Liberals say a new program to help new buyers pay for their first home will kick in on Labour Day.The federal Liberals say a new program to help new buyers pay for their first home will kick in on Labour Day.

Liberals' mortgage help for first-time buyers lands Sept. 2, weeks before vote | CTV News

Immigration and how we treat newcomers will likely be issues in the October federal election, Tasha Kheiriddin says.Immigration and how we treat newcomers will likely be issues in the October federal election, Tasha Kheiriddin says.

COMMENTARY: Quebec’s harsh new laws may echo sentiments felt elsewhere in Canada - National | Globalnews.ca

The government says Bill 21 reaffirms the province's secular identity.The government says Bill 21 reaffirms the province's secular identity.

Quebec Bans Public Employees From Wearing Religious Symbols At Work | HuffPost Canada

The development comes in the wake of apparent attacks on oil tankers last week in the Mideast, assaults that the U.S. has blamed on Iran.The development comes in the wake of apparent attacks on oil tankers last week in the Mideast, assaults that the U.S. has blamed on Iran.

Iran says it will surpass uranium stockpile limit in next 10 days - National | Globalnews.ca

Pressure may get Iran to consider talking, but there has to be give and take for negotiations to begin.Pressure may get Iran to consider talking, but there has to be give and take for negotiations to begin.

Trump has ramped up pressure, but to what end?Trump has ramped up pressure, but to what end?

On Iran, Trump is seen as all bluff and no policy - The Washington Post

For decades, Beijing has asked the former British colony for both. Time and again, its people have responded with distrust, if not loathingFor decades, Beijing has asked the former British colony for both. Time and again, its people have responded with distrust, if not loathing

What China struggles more than ever to get from Hong Kong: Loyalty and love | National Post

For decades, Beijing has asked the former British colony for both. Time and again, its people have responded with distrust, if not loathingFor decades, Beijing has asked the former British colony for both. Time and again, its people have responded with distrust, if not loathing

What China struggles more than ever to get from Hong Kong: Loyalty and love | National Post

The challenging, explosive assertion that 'Hong Kong is not China' has become a routine feature of Hong Kong lifeThe challenging, explosive assertion that 'Hong Kong is not China' has become a routine feature of Hong Kong life

Colby Cosh: Are Hong Kong protests heralding the birth of a nation? | National Post

The challenging, explosive assertion that 'Hong Kong is not China' has become a routine feature of Hong Kong lifeThe challenging, explosive assertion that 'Hong Kong is not China' has become a routine feature of Hong Kong life

Colby Cosh: Are Hong Kong protests heralding the birth of a nation? | National Post

Former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi has died in court, state television reported on Monday.Former Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi has died in court, state television reported on Monday.

Mohammed Morsi, ousted president of Egypt, dies in court: State TV - National | Globalnews.ca

CAIRO - Egypt's first democratically elected president, Islamist leader Mohammed Morsi, who was ousted by the military in 2013 after a year in office, collapsed in court while on trial Monday and died, state TV and his family said.CAIRO - Egypt's first democratically elected president, Islamist leader Mohammed Morsi, who was ousted by the military in 2013 after a year in office, collapsed in court while on trial Monday and died, state TV and his family said.

The bill prohibits public servants in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols on the job. Its opponents say the law targets religious minoritiesThe bill prohibits public servants in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols on the job. Its opponents say the law targets religious minorities

Muslim group, civil liberties advocates launch challenge of Quebec’s secularism bill one day after it becomes law | National Post

The bill prohibits public servants in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols on the job. Its opponents say the law targets religious minoritiesThe bill prohibits public servants in positions of authority from wearing religious symbols on the job. Its opponents say the law targets religious minorities

Muslim group, civil liberties advocates launch challenge of Quebec’s secularism bill one day after it becomes law | National Post