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Murder trial for Toronto van attack driver Alek Minassian delayed until November due to COVID-19

Murder trial for Toronto van attack driver Alek Minassian delayed until November due to COVID-19
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In early March, Minassian admitted to court to planning and carrying out the attack.

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