For today's Geo Quiz we're looking for the two Canadian cities that are hosting two global summits this month. The answers are Toronto and Huntsville. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with columnist Lorrie Goldstein about one venue that's upset some Canadians.
A technology company is testing so-called smart appliances that can be activated remotely to help conserve energy. The technology was tested in Toronto, the answer to today's Geo Quiz. We speak with Gaelle Lussiaa-Berdou, a reporter for Radio-Canada.
Russia's richest man, Mikhail Prokhorov, signed a tentative $200 million deal to buy the New Jersey Nets. This would make the Nets the first foreign-owned team in the NBA (unless you consider Toronto's Raptors from a foreign country, of course).
For two days, chefs who are HIV-positive set up a pop-up restaurant in Toronto to dispel ignorance about people with the disease. The idea was hatched after a survey found that nearly half of Canadians would not eat a meal prepared by someone who's HIV-positive.
A driver deliberately plowed his white Ryder rental van into a lunch-hour crowd in Toronto on Monday, killing 10 people and injuring 15 along a roughly mile-long stretch of sidewalk thronged with pedestrians, police said.
As more details emerge about the possible motives of the accused killer, particularly his alleged connection to the misogynist movement known as incel, could he face charges under Canadian law for gender-based terrorism?