TORONTO, April 10 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index finished broadly higher on Friday, for a seventh straight day of gains, buoyed in part by resource stocks that benefited from higher commodity prices.
The index was also supported by the positive tone in equity markets around the world, with global markets testing record highs during the session.
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