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Raptors set new team mark for winning streak

TORONTO—There was almost no hoopla to celebrate the historic moment when the final buzzer sounded—just a loud announcement over the public address system to the fans at the Air Canada Centre.

The Toronto Raptors had just broken a franchise record that had stood for 14 years, winning their 10th-straight game with a 103-93 victory over the N.Y. Knicks.

Electronic spy agency broke law

OTTAWA—Canada’s electronic spy agency broke privacy laws by sharing information about Canadians with foreign partners, a federal watchdog says.

The Communications Security Establishment passed along the information—known as metadata—to counterparts in the U.S., Britain, Australia, and New Zealand, said Jean-Pierre Plouffe, who keeps an eye on the highly-secretive agency.

Percentage of Canadians planning RRSP contributions down from year ago: poll

TORONTO The percentage of Canadians who plan on contributing to their RRSP before the deadline at the end of next month is down slightly from last year, according to a poll issued by the Bank of Montreal.

However, the survey found that those who have already contributed and those who are still planning to add to their retirement savings are putting aside a little more than last year.