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CTV News London’s top stories from this past week


In case you missed them, CTV News London is sharing all the top stories from this past week.

A total solar eclipse passed through parts of the region Monday, a once-in-a-lifetime experience for most.

Convicted of murdering a London Muslim family with his pickup truck, Nathaniel Veltman, 23, has filed an inmate notice of appeal with the court in an attempt to overturn the jury’s verdict.

Also in the courts, a truck driver convicted in the crash that killed a young girl was sentenced to two years of house arrest along with three years probation.

A disturbing video of what appeared to be the abuse of a pet cat sparked outrage online.

And, it was a long journey, but two silver items looted from a Jewish family that was killed in the Holocaust, are now in London.

Details on all these stories, and more, are shared in the video above. Top Stories

Air turbulence: When can it become dangerous?

Flight turbulence like that encountered by a Singapore Airlines flight on Tuesday is extremely common, but there's one aspect of severe turbulence an aviation expert says can lead to serious injury.

'Mr. Trump doesn't worry us', says Canadian ambassador

As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues the 'Team Canada' charm offensive to U.S. lawmakers and business leaders, Canada's ambassador to the United States downplayed the effect of another Trump presidency on Canada.

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