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Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford campaigns in Northern Ontario last April. He has been elected premier of Ontario. Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images hide caption

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The suspect in a van attack in Toronto that killed 10 people declared an "incel rebellion" in a Facebook post preceding the incident. Towfiqu Photography/Getty Images hide caption

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What's An 'Incel'? The Online Community Behind The Toronto Van Attack

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Police inspect a van suspected of being involved in a collision that killed at least 10 people and injured 15 others in Toronto on Monday. Cole Burston/Getty Images hide caption

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A Police Forensic Identification Services vehicle on scene while authorities comb through an apartment in Toronto in connection with the investigation of an alleged serial killer. Richard Lautens/Toronto Star via Getty Images hide caption

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Sidewalk Labs, a unit of Google parent Alphabet, is partnering with Toronto to redesign part of the city's eastern waterfront as a high-tech urban neighborhood. Sidewalk Labs hide caption

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A Google-Related Plan Brings Futuristic Vision, Privacy Concerns To Toronto

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The Trump International Hotel and Tower opened in Toronto on April 16, 2012. In the years since, "There were parts of the building itself that fell down onto the street and actually shut down parts of our downtown at times, because there were concerns about the structure's integrity," says a city council member. George Pimentel/WireImage hide caption

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Trump Tower In Toronto Is Up For Sale And Facing Legal Woes

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Hyun Soo Kim of the Baltimore Orioles reacts after grounding out in the sixth inning against the Toronto Blue Jays during the American League Wild Card game at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada, on Tuesday. Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images hide caption

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Say you want to make creme brulee, but don't own a kitchen blowtorch. What to do? In Toronto, there's a new solution: a start-up offering a library just for kitchen tools and appliances. Radius Images/Corbis hide caption

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, seen here in December 2013, announced Friday that he was withdrawing his re-election bid to seek treatment for an abdominal tumor. Chris Young/The Canadian Press hide caption

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There was quite a commotion Wednesday night in Toronto when pop star Justin Bieber (center) arrived at a police station to be charged in connection with the alleged assault on a limo driver. Alex Urosevic/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Mayor Rob Ford was wearing a Toronto Argonauts football jersey when at City Hall on Thursday. He was also making some rather crude comments in response to some of the latest allegations about his behavior. Mark Blinch /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford during Wednesday's contentious City Council meeting. Mark Blinch/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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