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01/18/2008 [-] NATO's spine 'made in Canada,' troops told 6 hours ago
01/18/2008 [-] Canadian Manual Has U.S. on Torture List
01/18/2008 [-] Feds need to be at table
01/18/2008 [-] Liberal leader calls for more diplomacy in Pakistan
01/18/2008 [-] Canada Geese at their best when cooked
01/18/2008 [-] Canada Bank Changes Name of U.S. Unit
01/18/2008 [-] Canada's Mine-Place Continuum
01/18/2008 [-] Stock markets stumble to 3rd straight big loss
01/18/2008 [-] Red Wings beat Canucks, snap skid
01/18/2008 [-] Man charged in Surrey killing left letter for daughter, 12
01/18/2008 [-] Release of B.C. convict upsets family of assaulted woman
01/18/2008 [-] Police operation ends peacefully after weapons complaint
01/18/2008 [-] PetroCanada Offshore Tobago Well Produces Flare, Promise of
01/18/2008 [-] PetroCanada Offshore Tobago Well Produces Flare, Promise of Gas
01/18/2008 [-] Expert warns Alberta of nuke risk
01/18/2008 [-] Canada risks losing automaker role as influx of Chinese cars
01/18/2008 [-] Calgary man plans to pedal across Atlantic
01/18/2008 [-] Canadiens trip Thrashers in shootout
01/18/2008 [-] No change in Canada visa policy CTOT
01/18/2008 [-] Canadarm maker violated landmine treaty engineer
01/18/2008 [-] Steen lifts Leafs to 2nd win in a row
01/18/2008 [-] Proposed sale of Canadarm, RADARSAT to US wea...
01/18/2008 [-] Canada Talisman-led venture finds oil offshore Vietnam
01/18/2008 [-] Canada document includes US on list of states where prisoners risk torture
01/18/2008 [-] Pakistan government blasts Dion for suggesting NATO intervention
01/18/2008 [-] Ex-bank employee pleads to 114K fraud
01/18/2008 [-] Woody's 'Dream' Allen examines savage side of life with tragic drama
01/18/2008 [-] Plan to cut gas-guzzling hinges on political factors in U.S. and Canada
01/18/2008 [-] Gates praises Canada, other allies, but repeats concerns about Afghan mission
01/18/2008 [-] Canada puts U.S., Guantanamo and Israel on torture 'watch list'
01/18/2008 [-] Protesters draw attention to cat-killing case
01/18/2008 [-] Enterprise Saskatchewan chair should be minister, premier says
01/18/2008 [-] Expos' 1st president McHale dies at 86
01/18/2008 [-] Martial arts teacher arrested for sexual assault against kids
01/18/2008 [-] Wairarapa farmers protest at Canada geese controls
01/18/2008 [-] Funeral held for Calgary man killed in Thailand
01/18/2008 [-] Hanwha L & C Canada, Inc. announces 70 million investment in London, Ontario
01/18/2008 [-] TSX stumbles to third straight loss
01/18/2008 [-] Stelmach says Alberta oilsands will satisfy any U.S. environmental standards
01/18/2008 [-] New Brunswickers divided on Sunday hunting ban
01/18/2008 [-] What Dr. Smith told Maclean's
01/18/2008 [-] 2,500 western soliders prepare to depart for Afghanistan
01/18/2008 [-] Ex-bank employee pleads to 114K fraud
01/18/2008 [-] Time for government heating help Crane
01/18/2008 [-] Business groups unite against labour law changes
01/18/2008 [-] National study names Axia NetMedia Corporation as Canada's Best Small and Medium Employer
01/18/2008 [-] Mercedes-Benz Canada and SIRIUS Satellite Radio Sign Exclusive Factory Standard Agreement
01/18/2008 [-] Stop Sale of Canadarm Manufacturer to American Arms Maker, CAW's Hargrove Insists
01/18/2008 [-] 2008 negotiations for more than 24,000 Steelworkers in Ontario and Atlantic Canada
01/18/2008 [-] Canada's MTS Allstream selects Alc
01/18/2008 [-] RPT-Canada to match U.S. fuel economy rules for cars
01/18/2008 [-] UPDATE 2-Canada places U.S., Israel on torture watch list
01/18/2008 [-] Tuktoyaktuk mayor eyes bootlegging crackdown
01/17/2008 [-] Proposed sale of Canadarm, RADARSAT to US weapons maker has critics up in arms
01/17/2008 [-] It's official Fête des Neiges is off
01/17/2008 [-] Canada puts Gitmo on torture watch list.
01/17/2008 [-] Virtue, Moir lead as skating nationals open
01/17/2008 [-] Merchants say Punjabi Market needs 'India Gate'
01/17/2008 [-] Iginla, Lecavalier named all-star captains
01/17/2008 [-] Man arrested for allegedly taping movie at theatre
01/17/2008 [-] Canada replaces nuclear-safety chief
01/17/2008 [-] 103 ways to fix health care in N.S.
01/17/2008 [-] Harper praises new Saskatchewan government while pushing community aid plan
01/17/2008 [-] Calgary couple that lost daughter to overdose fears docs overprescribing
01/17/2008 [-] Calgary man plans record-setting race across Atlantic in pedal-powered boat
01/17/2008 [-] Elevator assault was devastating, complainant says
01/17/2008 [-] Man busted for illegally recording movie in Calgary theatre
01/17/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Dealers bet on Bank of Canada rate cut next week
01/17/2008 [-] US Energy Company to Face Prosecution for Cross-Border Pollution in Canada
01/17/2008 [-] Honda Civic is Canada's Top-Selling Car for Tenth Consecutive Year
01/17/2008 [-] Media Advisory Natural Health Demonstrations to be held across Canada
01/17/2008 [-] Government of Canada to continue funding Northern Ontario passenger rail service
01/17/2008 [-] Canada places U.S. and Israel on torture watch list
01/17/2008 [-] Magnitude 5.2 quake hits northern Yukon Territory, Canada
01/17/2008 [-] Canada places U.S., Israel on torture watch list
01/17/2008 [-] Canada puts US on torture watchlist
01/17/2008 [-] More cops will patrol downtown on foot police chief
01/17/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Canada puts U.S., Israel on torture watchlist
01/17/2008 [-] Cash donation intended to rid Saskatoon symphony of blues
01/17/2008 [-] Sex calls made on family centre's hacked phone line RCMP
01/17/2008 [-] Ottawa, Carolina both need win
01/17/2008 [-] Seven Canadian troops hurt in Afghan blasts report
01/17/2008 [-] Veterans' pension case reaches end of the road
01/17/2008 [-] Sale of Canada's leading satellite developer not ethical engineer
01/17/2008 [-] 'I'm just thrilled and very honoured' O'Ree tells big crowd
01/17/2008 [-] Water quality on reserves improving Strahl
01/17/2008 [-] Layton says U.S. criticism may push Canada out of Afghan combat role
01/17/2008 [-] B.C. school board restricts use of vans
01/17/2008 [-] Introduces Bell Canada to our Toronto Exchange Watch List
01/17/2008 [-] Virtue, Moir take nationals lead
01/17/2008 [-] Ramage sentenced to 4 years
01/17/2008 [-] Province, child welfare agencies moving on inquest report's recommendations
01/17/2008 [-] CN Rail workers ratify 4-year collective agreement
01/17/2008 [-] PM confirms 36M for Sask.
01/17/2008 [-] P.E.I. wants more farm aid
01/17/2008 [-] Pope won't attend Quebec City's 400th anniversary celebrations archbishop
01/17/2008 [-] Edmonton earmarks 130M for urban beaches, water parks
01/17/2008 [-] Canada may deport Ukrainian man for Nazi war crimes
01/17/2008 [-] Tony Blair luncheon in Toronto draws protesters
01/17/2008 [-] Brothers accused of selling parking spots as condos
01/17/2008 [-] Pope won't attend Quebec City's anniversary party
01/17/2008 [-] Man sought in sex assault of 8-year-old Devon girl
01/17/2008 [-] Leafs begin critical stretch in Boston
01/17/2008 [-] GCC making long-term investments in Canada
01/17/2008 [-] Lexus of Canada thanks CAA for Safety Innovations Award
01/17/2008 [-] Canada risks losing automaker role as influx of Chinese cars looms
01/17/2008 [-] Quebec reviews school minivan use
01/17/2008 [-] Limping Senators, lagging Hurricanes both need win
01/17/2008 [-] Veterans' pension case reaches end of the road
01/17/2008 [-] Newer Ottawa social housing falling apart
01/17/2008 [-] Classes resume in water-deprived Nain school
01/17/2008 [-] First Nation demands halt to Carmacks mining proposal
01/17/2008 [-] Stockwell Day announces funding to stem flow of illegal drugs into Canada
01/17/2008 [-] U.S. criticism may push Canada out of Afghan combat role Layton
01/17/2008 [-] Canada, allies 'stepped up to plate' in Afghan fight U.S. defence secretary
01/17/2008 [-] Kafka's Canada
01/17/2008 [-] Province, child welfare agencies moving on inquest report's recommendations
01/17/2008 [-] Last of 8 crash victims to be laid to rest
01/17/2008 [-] SCC refuses to review extradition of war criminal
01/17/2008 [-] Harper pushes forestry aid plan in Sask. city
01/17/2008 [-] Canada Free Speech Protections Eroded by 'Human Rights' Commissions
01/17/2008 [-] Guergis accused of putting Liberals at risk
01/17/2008 [-] Edmonton earmarks 130M for urban beaches, water parks
01/17/2008 [-] Red Deer teen charged after boy, 6, sexually assaulted
01/17/2008 [-] Canada puts Gitmo on torture watchlist
01/17/2008 [-] Report Canada puts US, Israel on torture watchlist
01/17/2008 [-] Harper says U.S. appreciates Canada's work in Afghanistan despite criticism
01/17/2008 [-] Last victim of Bathurst crash will be laid to rest Thursday
01/17/2008 [-] Ottawa to introduce 'made-in-Canada' fuel economy standards
01/17/2008 [-] Loonie flat after overnight gain reversed
01/17/2008 [-] Stocks sink into red on materials
01/17/2008 [-] Canada puts US on torture watch list
01/17/2008 [-] Canada puts U.S., Israel on torture watchlist CTV
01/17/2008 [-] Gates reaches out to Canada
01/17/2008 [-] Canada, allies 'stepped up to plate' in Afghan fight U.S. defence secretary
01/17/2008 [-] Family of woman who died of overdose wants MD accountability
01/17/2008 [-] High suicide rate persists in Nunavut coroner
01/17/2008 [-] Inuit would lose with Jericho mine closure, leader says
01/17/2008 [-] Top court refuses to review extradition of convicted Nazi war criminal
01/17/2008 [-] Charges laid in highway hit-and-run
01/17/2008 [-] Councillor calls for action on Winnipeg surveillance cameras
01/17/2008 [-] Canada puts U.S., Israel on torture watchlist report
01/17/2008 [-] Ex-NHL player Rob Ramage sentenced to four years in fatal 2003 crash
01/17/2008 [-] 7 Cdns suffer minor injuries from blasts in Afghanistan
01/17/2008 [-] PM expected to talk forestry in Sask.
01/17/2008 [-] Canada puts U.S., Israel on torture watchlist CTV
01/17/2008 [-] Sale of Canada's leading satellite developer not ethical engineer
01/17/2008 [-] The media war against U.S. foreign policy
01/17/2008 [-] RCMP officers line TCH to honour sergeant
01/17/2008 [-] St. John's mayor to take charge of Public Utilities Board
01/17/2008 [-] Aux Sable Canada and Dow Chemical strike deal on oilsands off-gas ethane
01/17/2008 [-] UPEI, Holland College halt van use
01/17/2008 [-] Not-so-dear Danny PM's letter angers Williams
01/17/2008 [-] Part of Regina's Albert Street to be renamed 'The Green Mile'
01/17/2008 [-] U.S. critique of Afghan allies wasn't aimed at Canada Mac...
01/17/2008 [-] Private funeral for teacher killed in Bathurst tragedy
01/17/2008 [-] Report favours black school in T.O.
01/17/2008 [-] Hate letters trigger jail protest
01/17/2008 [-] Bosh spoils Bibby's NBA season debut
01/17/2008 [-] Martin-Brower Canada Sings-Up with Ameriscan Inc.
01/17/2008 [-] Vocus Enables Canada's Media Relations Ratings Points Standard for Customers
01/17/2008 [-] Vancouver police want rest of Canada to take their criminals back
01/17/2008 [-] Pepper spray bandits escape with spare change in botched Montreal home invasion
01/17/2008 [-] Nov. 29, 2007 Should Schreiber be allowed to stay in Canada after he testifies?
01/17/2008 [-] Guantanamo treatment questioned
01/17/2008 [-] Minister defends sacking nuke boss
01/17/2008 [-] Chinese women's ice hockey team to train in Canada for Harbin worlds
01/17/2008 [-] Manitoba inquest report seeks new way to deal with sexual exploitation of children
01/17/2008 [-] Canada puts U.S. on torture watch list CTV 17 Jan 2008
01/17/2008 [-] Canada launches Nokia Internet Tablet N810
01/17/2008 [-] Man. reserve challenges taxes, licensing on tobacco
01/17/2008 [-] Police allege CBC employee went to U.S. for sex with minors
01/17/2008 [-] Vancouver police want rest of Canada take their criminals back
01/17/2008 [-] Rob Ramage awaits sentencing
01/17/2008 [-] Canada's Urbana Buys Stake in Budapest Exchange From Broker
01/17/2008 [-] Guantanamo possible torture site government manual
01/17/2008 [-] Head of Canadian Nuclear Regulator Fired
01/17/2008 [-] Canada's top nuclear official fired
01/17/2008 [-] Jim Miles Canada Report 2007 Part II Canada's Policy on Israel/Palestine
01/17/2008 [-] Whitehorse man takes union grievance to SCOC
01/17/2008 [-] Harper calls Sask. 'winning' as relations warm between Ottawa and province
01/17/2008 [-] Wait times cost economy 14.8 billion CMA
01/17/2008 [-] Canada ready for smoking curbs in cars, cancer group says
01/17/2008 [-] Saliva test to signal prostate cancer risk
01/17/2008 [-] Canadian town mourns basketball players
01/17/2008 [-] Britain jubilant after Canada win
01/17/2008 [-] 75th soldier killed in Afghanistan buried in Rimouski
01/17/2008 [-] Winnipeg hotelier eager to dive into water park proposal
01/17/2008 [-] U.S. critique of Afghan allies wasn't aimed at Canada MacKay
01/17/2008 [-] Canada buys 17 Lockheed Martin military cargo planes
01/17/2008 [-] Liberal leader says NATO intervention in Pakistan could be necessary
01/17/2008 [-] Montreal ER won't close despite doctors' wishes
01/17/2008 [-] Police predict more charges from 'Operation Koala'
01/17/2008 [-] Canada plays down Gates critique of NATO Afghan force
01/17/2008 [-] TSX loses 13 billion in stock value in second straight day of losses
01/17/2008 [-] Lone female worker in northwest salon robbed, assaulted
01/17/2008 [-] Canada assures U.S. that 1-billion aid fund won't violate lumber pact
01/17/2008 [-] U.S. warns Canada on plan for lumber sector supports
01/17/2008 [-] Couture opens gym in Canada
01/17/2008 [-] Translink board meetings no longer open to public
01/17/2008 [-] 'Mars' Water Bomber Performs Demonstration at Canada Place
01/17/2008 [-] Schools across Canada remember the Boys in Red
01/17/2008 [-] Mars Bomber Drops Payload At Canada Place
01/17/2008 [-] Stelmach defends oilsands in Washington
01/17/2008 [-] Lockheed wins 1.4 billion Canadian deal
01/17/2008 [-] Conference Board of Canada says U.S. economy to skirt a recession in 2008
01/17/2008 [-] Salt River band councillors to appeal Martselos ruling
01/17/2008 [-] Bill 101 is fine as is, Quebec culture minister says
01/17/2008 [-] Montreal ER won't close despite doctors' wishes
01/17/2008 [-] Police predict more charges from 'Operation Koala'
01/17/2008 [-] Solo returns to U.S. lineup and starts in win over Canada
01/17/2008 [-] Mother accused of killing baby in Saskatoon
01/17/2008 [-] Rescuers use cellphone signals to save Sask. man
01/16/2008 [-] Gatineau mulls allowing taller towers in Old Hull
01/16/2008 [-] Teen punches ref in Ontario minor hockey game
01/16/2008 [-] Live from the Standing Committee on Natural Resources
01/16/2008 [-] Live from the Standing Committee on Natural Resources, pt. 2
01/16/2008 [-] TSX two-day selloff reaches 623 points
01/16/2008 [-] Yukon skiers, park rangers warn of avalanche dangers
01/16/2008 [-] Canada seen setting new car efficiency standards
01/16/2008 [-] Will banks refuse to follow Bank of Canada rate cut
01/16/2008 [-] Wake from passing plane may have caused Air Canada jet's plunge
01/16/2008 [-] Quebec takes over Canada's largest independen...
01/16/2008 [-] Sears Canada warehouse employees vote to join United Steelworkers
01/16/2008 [-] Edmonton school board won't delay closure decisions
01/16/2008 [-] Trust fund set up for family of slain woman
01/16/2008 [-] Northern store rewards Cambridge Bay man for honest deed
01/16/2008 [-] Quebec man accused of killing family appears in Ohio court
01/16/2008 [-] Labrador jail for women, youth a priority Kennedy
01/16/2008 [-] Jail guards ordered back to work after walkouts
01/16/2008 [-] Saskatoon couple angry over treatment at hospital
01/16/2008 [-] Woman dead, husband in custody in Surrey
01/16/2008 [-] Type of van used in fatal N.B. crash not likely a cause investigator
01/16/2008 [-] Cigarette bust on Manitoba reserve about more than taxes AFN
01/16/2008 [-] Budget-breaking snowfalls could set Ottawa records
01/16/2008 [-] Province pushes handwashing in new infection-control strategy
01/16/2008 [-] Feds unveil 1.4B military cargo plane contract
01/16/2008 [-] Coyote hunter hurt in snowmobile accident near Greely
01/16/2008 [-] Pointing the way on Climate Change Canada
01/16/2008 [-] Playtime's over
01/16/2008 [-] Megapundit January 16
01/16/2008 [-] Tom Green is in the house
01/16/2008 [-] Bank of Canada urged to consider steeper rate cut
01/16/2008 [-] Inquest report urges more help for sexually exploited teens
01/16/2008 [-] Too many new teachers looking for jobs in N.S report
01/16/2008 [-] Dion accuses cabinet minister of security breach, calls for resignation
01/16/2008 [-] Police say Calgary girl made up attempted abduction
01/16/2008 [-] U.S. beats Canada in Four Nations women's soccer
01/16/2008 [-] Argentina tops FIFA rankings, Canada No. 56
01/16/2008 [-] Has added Royal Bank of Canada to their watch list
01/16/2008 [-] providing psychological assistance for Canadian soldiers in Canada and on missions abroad
01/16/2008 [-] Vancouver wants answers on windstorm damage
01/16/2008 [-] Bearded man blames bum 'profiling' for his ejection from Loeb
01/16/2008 [-] Bearded man blames bum 'profiling' for his ejection from Loeb
01/16/2008 [-] Canadian man accused of murdering his family out of hospital and in custody
01/16/2008 [-] Yukon phasing out 15-seat vans for school trips
01/16/2008 [-] Canadian accused of killing family out of hospital
01/16/2008 [-] Homes too pricey for many group
01/16/2008 [-] Guards at Don Jail walk off job due to racial threats
01/16/2008 [-] Funeral held for basketball players
01/16/2008 [-] US, Canada deport 105 Nigerians
01/16/2008 [-] Ellen Page takes role in film directed by Drew Barrymore
01/16/2008 [-] Attack ads take premier to task for 'lack of plan'
01/16/2008 [-] Arraignment held for Bell Island man on luring charge
01/16/2008 [-] No hoodwinking in expense claims, Rideout says
01/16/2008 [-] Census numbers portray 'crisis' among Inuit Simon
01/16/2008 [-] NTCL, Imperial scramble to deal with Inuvik gas shortage
01/16/2008 [-] Talks fizzle between Montreal public transit agency, drivers
01/16/2008 [-] Money an obstacle to relocating Winnipeg rail yards
01/16/2008 [-] First winter road opens in Manitoba
01/16/2008 [-] Winnipeg to pour millions into water park
01/16/2008 [-] Halifax-born Page nominated for BAFTA for 'Juno'
01/16/2008 [-] Bail hearing set for terror plot suspect
01/16/2008 [-] Resource stock turmoil pushing TSX down
01/16/2008 [-] Dartmouth couple charged with murder make court appearance
01/16/2008 [-] Quebec nurses will compensate patients for illegal strike
01/16/2008 [-] Former residential school student claims 'runaround'
01/16/2008 [-] Farmer who rescued man from burning tractor honoured
01/16/2008 [-] Austin to leave Riders reports
01/16/2008 [-] Eskimos re-sign Jason Maas report
01/16/2008 [-] Canada's aboriginal numbers soar
01/16/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Canada sacks nuclear watchdog over isotope debacle
01/16/2008 [-] Government Of Canada Launches Consultation On Canada's Proposed Food And Consumer Safety Action Plan
01/16/2008 [-] Bail hearing for alleged terrorist arrested in Quebec put off until Jan. 31
01/16/2008 [-] Second heroism awards for two cops, military rescue technician
01/16/2008 [-] Point Tupper mill dodges closure bullet
01/16/2008 [-] Turbulent jet wake possible cause of Airbus drop report
01/16/2008 [-] Dollar skids to 4-month low
01/16/2008 [-] Stocks plummet to August levels
01/16/2008 [-] Quebec invests 100 million in Canada's largest independent film distributor
01/16/2008 [-] 'O'Ree week' honours Fredericton hockey legend
01/16/2008 [-] Airbus says knew would lose A400M deal in Canada
01/16/2008 [-] Prince George pulp mill badly damaged by fire
01/16/2008 [-] Dual ferry problems leave Notre Dame Bay islands in lurch
01/16/2008 [-] Snowy storm wallops central Nfld. for second day
01/16/2008 [-] Census numbers portray 'crisis' among Inuit Simon
01/16/2008 [-] Family that lost daughter to overdose pleads for doctor accountability
01/16/2008 [-] Flames fire blanks in Nashville
01/16/2008 [-] Advocate delighted that 'untouchable' MD caught
01/16/2008 [-] Poorly trained pilots should be grounded, says Cormorant victim's dad
01/16/2008 [-] 'Juno' actress to star in Barrymore directing bow
01/16/2008 [-] N.S. residential school survivors and police face the past together
01/16/2008 [-] Troops pay final respects to fallen Cdn. soldier in ramp ceremony
01/16/2008 [-] Lunn says nuclear safety head fired for 'lack of leadership'
01/16/2008 [-] Ontario judge denies pathologist's claims that he discussed child death case
01/16/2008 [-] Manitoba school officials eye use of vans involved in deadly crash
01/16/2008 [-] Stelmach to defend oilsands in Washington
01/16/2008 [-] Government to announce purchase of new Hercules planes
01/16/2008 [-] Canada sacks nuclear watchdog over isotope debacle
01/16/2008 [-] British Columbians wait average of 84 days for MRI report
01/16/2008 [-] Quispamsis agrees to put off merger talks
01/16/2008 [-] Sexual assault reported at York U
01/16/2008 [-] Report says pilot in chopper crash 'not qualified'
01/16/2008 [-] Poorly trained pilots should be grounded, says Cormorant victim's dad
01/16/2008 [-] Advocate delighted that 'untouchable' MD caught
01/16/2008 [-] Treasurer refuses to discuss loan recall
01/16/2008 [-] School test results prompt requests for help
01/16/2008 [-] Canada Publishes Final Guidance on Patented Medicines Regulations
01/16/2008 [-] Stranded Air Canada passengers' ordeal nearly over
01/16/2008 [-] GC-Global Capital Corp. Announces Completion of a 525,000 Loan to Ben Jerry's Canada
01/16/2008 [-] Ford Canada gets new CEO
01/16/2008 [-] Canada Natural high in the Rockies
01/16/2008 [-] Puddle Of Mudd Seep Will Into Canada In February
01/16/2008 [-] Slide-Lok Expands NASCAR Licensing Rights Into Canada
01/16/2008 [-] Hargrove says new Ford Canada chief has 'big ...
01/16/2008 [-] Sinclair named Canada's top female soccer player
01/16/2008 [-] Canada too expensive for production, Toyota says
01/16/2008 [-] New Dome Lets Londoners Step Outside Their Bubble and Into Canada's
01/16/2008 [-] Mass funeral today for teen victims of N.B. crash
01/16/2008 [-] 15-seat vans have bloody history Edmunston
01/16/2008 [-] Funeral for Bathurst teens expected to draw thousands
01/16/2008 [-] Passing plane likely caused plunge
01/16/2008 [-] Canada's Strong Role in the Middle East Peace Process
01/16/2008 [-] Ottawa fires nuclear safety commission head
01/16/2008 [-] World's Best Known High Performance Vehicle Arrives In Canada
01/16/2008 [-] Mass funeral being held Wednesday for teen victims of horrific crash in N.B.
01/16/2008 [-] Two soldiers killed in Afghanistan will have funerals this week
01/16/2008 [-] Really Bad Street Art on the Canada Line
01/16/2008 [-] Ford of Canada gets new CEO
01/16/2008 [-] Flaherty Ottawa looking to keep skilled workers in Canada
01/16/2008 [-] Ottawa private medical clinic offers 5-hour, 1,200 checkup
01/16/2008 [-] Abbotsford shooting drug related, police say
01/16/2008 [-] Oilers vanquished by Kings
01/16/2008 [-] Ref hurt in minor-hockey scrap
01/16/2008 [-] Government fires head of Nuclear Safety Commission
01/16/2008 [-] Conservatives, NDP demand police probe of grants to multicultural groups
01/16/2008 [-] Oilers vanquished by visiting Kings
01/16/2008 [-] Carpenters for Canada
01/16/2008 [-] Hamilton, Pistons rip Raptors
01/16/2008 [-] Portion of Regina's Albert Street to be renamed for Grey Cup winners
01/16/2008 [-] GO Transit gets powerful new locomotives; pull 300 more passengers each
01/16/2008 [-] Maple Leafs fend off Hurricanes
01/16/2008 [-] Woman charged with second-degree murder in death of Saskatoon infant
01/16/2008 [-] Winter storm brings strong winds, snow, knocking out power in Saskatchewan
01/16/2008 [-] Canucks come up short in Columbus
01/16/2008 [-] B.C. to review use of 15-passenger vans in schools
01/16/2008 [-] Maine's Land Use Regulation Commission Recommends Approval of TransCanada's Kibby Wind Power Project
01/16/2008 [-] Yukon echoes Alaska's concerns over U.S. cruise ship proposal
01/16/2008 [-] Liberal MP wants rush on Mulroney-Schreiber ethics hearings
01/16/2008 [-] Hargrove says new Ford Canada chief has 'big boots to fill'
01/16/2008 [-] Waiting longer-than-advised for health care costs economy 14.8 billion CMA
01/16/2008 [-] 'Generous' Inuvik elder mourned after body found
01/16/2008 [-] US to issue 'passport cards' for Canada, Mexico, Caribbean trips
01/16/2008 [-] Man remains behind bars in Calgary pending deportation
01/16/2008 [-] Warning system required for single-engine planes flying over mountains TSB
01/16/2008 [-] Barry Engle is appointed new Ford Canada CEO
01/16/2008 [-] Canada's 'Days of Darkness' in running for foreign-film Oscar
01/16/2008 [-] Duceppe believes there's a chance election could be called within a month
01/16/2008 [-] Survivor of deadly crash in N.B. was sitting in right place on team van
01/16/2008 [-] 'Generous' Inuvik elder mourned after body found
01/16/2008 [-] Inuit, aboriginal populations grow across North
01/16/2008 [-] Hargrove says new Ford Canada chief has 'big boots to fill'
01/16/2008 [-] Valcartier Garrison grieves over 12e R giment blind du Canada member's death in Afghanistan
01/16/2008 [-] Ethiopia, Virgin Gorda and Canada's Okanagan make Top 12 des
01/16/2008 [-] Hate crime ruling riles Jewish groups
01/16/2008 [-] Jury hears about fatal attack on Regina man
01/16/2008 [-] Barry Engle appointed new Ford Canada CEO
01/16/2008 [-] Another alarm raised about man in van
01/16/2008 [-] Winnipeg police charge 4 of their own
01/16/2008 [-] Canada Line construction
01/16/2008 [-] Boy, 16, stabbed inside Toronto-area high school; teenager arrested
01/16/2008 [-] Wait times cost Canada billions doctors
01/16/2008 [-] Roadside bomb explosion kills Canadian soldier
01/15/2008 [-] Barry Engle, former Ford Brazil president, is appointed new Ford Canada CEO
01/15/2008 [-] Big cut in Afghan TB cases shows aid works Canada
01/15/2008 [-] Edmonton school board to ban 15-passenger vans
01/15/2008 [-] Saskatoon woman charged in death of baby
01/15/2008 [-] Minister summoned to speak about isotope fallout
01/15/2008 [-] Arcand film among 9 in running for foreign film Oscar
01/15/2008 [-] Duceppe expects federal election call within a month
01/15/2008 [-] No suitable buyer yet for TrentonWorks
01/15/2008 [-] MacKay and Fortier set to unveil military cargo plane contract
01/15/2008 [-] The Government of Canada helps young people in L vis find jobs
01/15/2008 [-] CRTC preserves media concentration in Canada
01/15/2008 [-] Shaw Communications Announces Sponsorship for Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton
01/15/2008 [-] Grit MP proposes speeding up Mulroney-Schreiber hearings
01/15/2008 [-] International Life Science Community to Converge in Vancouver, Canada for the 6th Annual BioPartneri
01/15/2008 [-] Civil servant job cuts coming, deputy premier says
01/15/2008 [-] Canadians more worried about economy in 2008 poll
01/15/2008 [-] Bomb blast kills Canadian as insurgents step up attacks in Afghanistan
01/15/2008 [-] U.S. will be flexible on new border rule starting Jan. 31, official says
01/15/2008 [-] Canada restricts media ownership
01/15/2008 [-] Lunn summoned to explain threat to fire head of nuclear safety watchdog
01/15/2008 [-] Blue Jays' Kennedy had heart condition
01/15/2008 [-] 3 charged in Winnipeg shooting incident
01/15/2008 [-] Former Mohawk chief caught in siege ponders federal politics
01/15/2008 [-] Chopper crash report Pilots inadequately trained
01/15/2008 [-] Canada says big cut in Afghan TB cases shows aid works
01/15/2008 [-] CCNB Launches Lawsuit Against Canada's Environment Minister
01/15/2008 [-] Strathearn residents propose compromise to highrise plan
01/15/2008 [-] Accused rapist recalls only party on night of attack
01/15/2008 [-] Buy local promotion a success cattlemen
01/15/2008 [-] Demand for loan payment creating fear, says opposition
01/15/2008 [-] Gallery Canada's fallen soldiers
01/15/2008 [-] Toronto doc fest to fete filmmakers Leacock, Baichwal
01/15/2008 [-] Video Ezra Levant begs Canadas Star Chamber to convict him
01/15/2008 [-] Transport Canada to investigate N.B. van tragedy
01/15/2008 [-] Duceppe expects an election to be called within a month
01/15/2008 [-] Ottawa committee delays fees for evening, weekend parking
01/15/2008 [-] International child porn sting nets nine Canadians, including ex-Scout leader
01/15/2008 [-] Halifax high school basketball team to honour N.B. players
01/15/2008 [-] Stranded passengers in Buenos Aires to return home Tuesday
01/15/2008 [-] Councillors wrangle over land swap
01/15/2008 [-] SIU clears Ottawa cop in crash that hurt infant
01/15/2008 [-] Punch to the head killed Good Samaritan
01/15/2008 [-] Blue Jackets face road weary Canucks
01/15/2008 [-] Man arrested in deadly North Vancouver hit-and-run
01/15/2008 [-] UPDATE 2-Canada regulator toughens media merger rules
01/15/2008 [-] Cdn. soldier killed in Afghanistan
01/15/2008 [-] Bathurst mourns teenaged basketball players
01/15/2008 [-] XM Canada president says satellite subscriber growth will outpace U.S.
01/15/2008 [-] Bathurst holds public wake for 7 teens
01/15/2008 [-] Spezza likely to play for Senators in Washington
01/15/2008 [-] Canadian soldier killed, 1 injured in Afghanistan
01/15/2008 [-] Speedy Ottawa scribe wins 3-day novel contest
01/15/2008 [-] 9 Canadians arrested in international child porn probe
01/15/2008 [-] Nine Canadians arrested in int'l child porn probe
01/15/2008 [-] Canada's Native Population Tops Million Mark, Census Finds
01/15/2008 [-] N.S. aboriginal population figures double since 1996 StatsCan
01/15/2008 [-] Environmental groups challenge Imperial Oil's Kearl project
01/15/2008 [-] Huge fracture in Beaufort Sea ice pack worries scientists
01/15/2008 [-] St. John's mayor wants Air Canada service probe
01/15/2008 [-] B.C. student fights culinary school's piercing ban
01/15/2008 [-] Hay River council 'divided' as mayor quits
01/15/2008 [-] Baby safe after car he's in stolen
01/15/2008 [-] Canada's aboriginal population tops million mark StatsCan
01/15/2008 [-] Fly-away Styrofoam causes head injury
01/15/2008 [-] Suspect in West Island stabbing linked to street gang
01/15/2008 [-] Rothesay won't examine amalgamation until after election
01/15/2008 [-] Child porn sting nets nine Canadians, including ex-Scout leader
01/15/2008 [-] 20M in Alberta trust as winners squabble over lottery jackpot
01/15/2008 [-] Ottawa developer eyes library site for condo tower
01/15/2008 [-] New engines signal improved GO service
01/15/2008 [-] Stabbing near Brampton high school
01/15/2008 [-] Heating oil up, gas steady
01/15/2008 [-] Ottawa, Catholic church renegotiate residential school payout
01/15/2008 [-] Hay River council 'divided' as mayor quits
01/15/2008 [-] Draft impact statement filed for Bathurst port, road proposal
01/15/2008 [-] Master plan for Sydney harbour released
01/15/2008 [-] Lunenburg County man identified as victim of crash
01/15/2008 [-] Top 10 films in Canada from Jan. 11-13
01/15/2008 [-] Transport Canada to investigate 15-passenger van crash, create new standards
01/15/2008 [-] Rothesay won't examine amalgamation until after election
01/15/2008 [-] Transport Canada to investigate N.B. van crash
01/15/2008 [-] Big cities, big aboriginal population
01/15/2008 [-] B.C. student fights culinary school's piercing ban
01/15/2008 [-] TransCanada hearing to begin at 10 a.m. today
01/15/2008 [-] Canada's aboriginal population hits one million
01/15/2008 [-] Six Nations Grand River claim taken seriously, mayor says
01/15/2008 [-] Baby safe after car he's in stolen
01/15/2008 [-] Taser maker to appear at Toronto police board meeting
01/15/2008 [-] Maritimers support lawn pesticides ban, says survey
01/15/2008 [-] Federal treasury will stay in surplus, despite slowdown Flaherty
01/15/2008 [-] Canoe.ca and Yahoo! Canada form strategic alliance
01/15/2008 [-] Downtown Vancouver street reopened after storm cleanup
01/15/2008 [-] 2 men rob Bedford homeowners at gunpoint
01/15/2008 [-] Lotto win gives man a million reasons to stay in N.B.
01/15/2008 [-] STU faculty wants external mediator
01/15/2008 [-] Critic says nuclear risky experiment
01/15/2008 [-] 20M jackpot in dispute
01/15/2008 [-] Herb gives legal high
01/15/2008 [-] Motive not clear in Quebec family deaths in Ohio
01/15/2008 [-] Newfoundland and Labrador may develop hydro project
01/15/2008 [-] Crown drops St. John's ticket-fixing case
01/15/2008 [-] Deceased's wallet stolen at his own funeral
01/15/2008 [-] Canadians stranded in Buenos Aires to return today
01/15/2008 [-] Quebec man could face death penalty in Ohio
01/15/2008 [-] Thousands without power as winds hit Vancouver
01/15/2008 [-] Brothers survive avalanche in Alta. backcountry
01/15/2008 [-] Cigarettes seized as man leaves Port aux Basques ferry
01/15/2008 [-] Crown drops St. John's ticket-fixing case
01/15/2008 [-] Bell Island man accused of luring child over web
01/15/2008 [-] Deceased's wallet stolen at his own funeral
01/15/2008 [-] Newfoundland storm closes schools, ices roads
01/15/2008 [-] Abbotsford's gifts to charity lead rest of Canada
01/15/2008 [-] Online Revealed Canada Educational Exchanges Continue in Halifax Nova Scotia January 24th
01/15/2008 [-] Hong Kong and Canada in new investment agreement
01/15/2008 [-] Air Canada Passengers Stuck in Argentina
01/15/2008 [-] Environment Groups Want Irving Refinery Plan Review
01/15/2008 [-] IPhone eyes Canada but move into China delayed
01/15/2008 [-] Catholic schools eyeing ban on handhelds
01/15/2008 [-] iPhone looks like a go in Canada
01/15/2008 [-] India-inspired 'prince of pot' to serve time in Canada
01/15/2008 [-] Uncertainty on Canada's stanceForeign minister causes confusion during Israel trip
01/15/2008 [-] Youth, 17, found in Ausable River
01/15/2008 [-] 'Linear features' hurt caribou, moose
01/15/2008 [-] New birth certificate set
01/15/2008 [-] B.C.'s transit upgrade plan gets mixed reviews
01/15/2008 [-] RCMP suspends Mountie for misleading testimony at shooting inquest
01/15/2008 [-] Bo Derek launches Canadian campaign against horse meat
01/15/2008 [-] India-inspired `prince of pot' to serve time in Canada
01/15/2008 [-] No fan mail for Stockwell Day
01/15/2008 [-] Docs warned about signing passports
01/15/2008 [-] Man fighting for bilingual cops
01/15/2008 [-] Canada Inuit Oppose Polar Bear Measure
01/15/2008 [-] Toronto stocks get boost from resources, energy
01/15/2008 [-] Zoom Airlines designated to offer scheduled services to Italy Government of Canada
01/15/2008 [-] Spezza 'probable' for Capitals
01/15/2008 [-] Blue Jays finalize Rolen trade
01/15/2008 [-] Canada 'Prince of Pot' reaches deal on U.S. charges
01/15/2008 [-] Bosh named an NBA player of week
01/15/2008 [-] Pot activist Emery cuts deal for jail sentence with U.S.
01/15/2008 [-] Dion's approval rating down across country poll
01/15/2008 [-] Experts question safety of van in N.B. crash
01/15/2008 [-] Busy Vancouver street closed as wind damages highrise
01/15/2008 [-] XM Canada reports Q1 loss of 16.2 million as revenue more than doubles
01/15/2008 [-] Seniors Money Canada expands reverse mortgage...
01/15/2008 [-] Atlanta, Canada Terror Suspects Met
01/15/2008 [-] Air Canada passengers stranded in Buenos Aires
01/15/2008 [-] The Danish Muhammed Cartoons and The Canadain Fallout
01/15/2008 [-] Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce announces plan to raise 2.7 billion by selling stock
01/15/2008 [-] Société canadienne des postes Canada Post Corporation Letter Box
01/15/2008 [-] Tourism spending in Canada increased for the 17th consecutiv
01/15/2008 [-] Police investigate attempted abduction in northeast Calgary
01/15/2008 [-] XM Canada reports Q1 loss of 16.2 million as revenue more than doubles
01/15/2008 [-] XM Canada reports strong growth for first quarter 2008
01/15/2008 [-] Canada native leader to get new hate trial court
01/15/2008 [-] P.E.I. orders struggling hog plant to repay 1.5M loan
01/15/2008 [-] Boy who missed trip struggling for answers in wake of fatal N.B. crash
01/15/2008 [-] Type of van in fatal N.B. crash banned from use by N.S. schools
01/15/2008 [-] Canadian marijuana activist says he has reached a plea deal with U.S. authorities
01/15/2008 [-] B.C. unveils huge transit upgrade
01/15/2008 [-] P.E.I. orders struggling hog plant to repay 1.5M loan
01/15/2008 [-] CIBC announces plan to raise US2.69 billion by selling stock
01/15/2008 [-] Canada mourns school basketball team loss
01/15/2008 [-] Canada's stance on Israeli settlements still unclear
01/15/2008 [-] Seniors Money Canada expands reverse mortgage business across Canada
01/15/2008 [-] Newfoundland looks to export electricity to New England via Emera
01/15/2008 [-] Wall accomplished little in Ottawa, New Democrats say
01/15/2008 [-] Teen tries to plead guilty to manslaughter
01/15/2008 [-] Human Rights Commission 'Applying Saudi Values' in Canada
01/15/2008 [-] Mailed to the cross Canada post kills rural postal service
01/15/2008 [-] Doctors may choose to ignore CHR's cellphone ban
01/14/2008 [-] Alberta privacy commission to rule on bar scans
01/14/2008 [-] Charges dropped against francophone who made language complaint
01/14/2008 [-] Bloc loses another MP
01/14/2008 [-] Montreal drivers angry about salt-free roads
01/14/2008 [-] Aussie adventurers to try again with Victoria Island trek
01/14/2008 [-] Chapel Island chief found guilty of sexual assault
01/14/2008 [-] Jewish Defence League slams Halifax ex-prof over Islamic website poem
01/14/2008 [-] Hockey pioneer O'Ree to receive Fredericton honours
01/14/2008 [-] Flames add Curtis Joseph
01/14/2008 [-] 'I wish I could be 14 again,' says sexual exploitation victim
01/14/2008 [-] Team captain grapples with loss of teammates
01/14/2008 [-] Van carrying N.B. school team on deadly trip may have hit shoulder RCMP
01/14/2008 [-] Canadian court clears aboriginal icon in hate crimes against Jews
01/14/2008 [-] Police in western N.L. probing theft of purses and wallet during funeral
01/14/2008 [-] P.E.I. residents live longer; Inuit die younger
01/14/2008 [-] NDP split on approach to next Tory budget, Layton admits
01/14/2008 [-] Vancouver Pot activist cuts deal for 10-year jail sentence with U.S.
01/14/2008 [-] Canadian Stocks Rise on Record Gold, Corn; Yamana, Potash Gain
01/14/2008 [-] Canada needs common greenhouse gas regulations, not patchwork, Flaherty says
01/14/2008 [-] Good Samaritan at wrong place, wrong time when he stopped on Trans-Canada
01/14/2008 [-] FBI Atlanta, Canada Terror Suspects Met
01/14/2008 [-] Que. man charged in deaths of wife, kids in Ohio
01/14/2008 [-] St. John's MD gets 7 years in sex-for-drugs case
01/14/2008 [-] Canada Inuit Rap US Greens for Polar Bear Campaign
01/14/2008 [-] Human Resources and Social Development Canada Media Advisory
01/14/2008 [-] Manitoba man in court on 2 murder charges
01/14/2008 [-] Dakota Nations threaten legal action over Brandon casino plan
01/14/2008 [-] FBI Atlanta Terror Suspects Met With Others In Canada
01/14/2008 [-] Thomson to Complete Reuters Deal in Second Quarter
01/14/2008 [-] Life expectancy hits 80.4 years Statistics Canada
01/14/2008 [-] Four people from Toronto charged in alleged human trafficking ring
01/14/2008 [-] Key witness faces possible arrest after failing to appear at sex abuse inquiry
01/14/2008 [-] Teen charged in off-ice player attack
01/14/2008 [-] Ottawa deems Bank St. store safe after 3-month closure
01/14/2008 [-] Retired Vatican official sentenced to 4 years for sexually assaulting boys
01/14/2008 [-] RCMP arrest 12 in contraband cigarette ring
01/14/2008 [-] Students find some laughter as grieving continues in Bathurst
01/14/2008 [-] Calgary mayor asks council to endorse 'cash for keys'
01/14/2008 [-] PM thinks N.L. ridings don't matter, Williams says
01/14/2008 [-] Campbell unveils 14B transit upgrade for B.C.
01/14/2008 [-] Near-riot strands dozens of Air Canada passengers in Argentina
01/14/2008 [-] Media Advisory Service Canada
01/14/2008 [-] Canada committed to helping Mideast peace
01/14/2008 [-] TransCanada wants federal guarantees on pipeline
01/14/2008 [-] PM thinks N.L. ridings don't matter, Williams says
01/14/2008 [-] Calgary mayor asks council to endorse 'cash for keys'
01/14/2008 [-] Canada needs common carbon tax regulations, not patchwork,...
01/14/2008 [-] Megapundit January 12-14
01/14/2008 [-] Lawsuit challenges Ottawa over Irving Oil refinery
01/14/2008 [-] Air Canada passengers stranded in Argentina by labour dispute
01/14/2008 [-] Canada needs common carbon tax regs Flaherty
01/14/2008 [-] Bernier tells Israel Canada committed to helping Mideast peace process
01/14/2008 [-] Appeal Court upholds new trial for Ahenakew
01/14/2008 [-] Manitoba town wants med students to get a little northern exposure
01/14/2008 [-] Transit coalition looking for Ghiz's support
01/14/2008 [-] Man dies in Edmonton's first homicide of 2008
01/14/2008 [-] Edmonton centre proves one's trash is another's treasure
01/14/2008 [-] Plea deal for Canadian marijuana activist means jail time for him in the U.S.
01/14/2008 [-] Canada needs common carbon tax regulations, not patchwork, Flaherty says
01/14/2008 [-] Canadian dollar edges higher after latest slide
01/14/2008 [-] Toronto stock index firm after quick jump at open
01/14/2008 [-] US holds fire on sanctions againt EU in WTO dispute
01/14/2008 [-] Edmonton centre proves one's trash is another's treasure
01/14/2008 [-] Man dies in Edmonton's first homicide of 2008
01/14/2008 [-] Bernier Canada committed to helping Mideast peace
01/14/2008 [-] Quebec City cops stand by pressure tactics as contract talks start
01/14/2008 [-] Too hot? Too cold? Idle excuses for Kingston drivers re-examined
01/14/2008 [-] Van hit shoulder before spinning into truck RCMP
01/14/2008 [-] Marshall seeks ideas on surplus spending
01/14/2008 [-] Police seek cellphone video of George Street uproar
01/14/2008 [-] Manners' mom blames death on 'culture of silence'
01/14/2008 [-] Williams says PM told him N.L. support not needed
01/14/2008 [-] Canada needs common carbon tax rules Flaherty
01/14/2008 [-] Cape Breton University prof to review films at Sundance Film Festival
01/14/2008 [-] Man killed in South Shore car crash
01/14/2008 [-] Jurors deliberate fate of Chapel Island chief
01/14/2008 [-] Earthquake fires could be removed from B.C. home insurance
01/14/2008 [-] Premier promises big boost for transportation in B.C.
01/14/2008 [-] Donation to Palestinians good for Israel, Canadian foreign minister says
01/14/2008 [-] 2 skiers caught in K-Country avalanche
01/14/2008 [-] Freedom of speech in peril in Canada
01/14/2008 [-] Sask's top court orders new trial for one-time aboriginal leader David Ahenakew
01/14/2008 [-] Appeal Court to rule on Ahenakew case
01/14/2008 [-] Sex abuse inquiry resumes without key witness
01/14/2008 [-] Human rights complaint filed over hockey tournament
01/14/2008 [-] 'Stranded' travellers beat man who offers to help
01/14/2008 [-] 'They're probably still playing someplace,' says father of fatal crash victim
01/14/2008 [-] Muslim Teen's Slaying Sparks Canada Debate
01/14/2008 [-] Teen dies of injuries from beating Winnipeg police
01/14/2008 [-] Taaffe staying with Ticats
01/14/2008 [-] Alcohol a factor in fatal crash RCMP
01/14/2008 [-] Lift restrictions on foreign bank lending in Canada Fraser Institute
01/14/2008 [-] Canada Bread spreads out in sandwiches with 42M purchase of Aliments Martel
01/14/2008 [-] Six Nations boosting demands in land claim dispute along Grand River
01/14/2008 [-] Passerby shot, killed on Yonge Street
01/14/2008 [-] Canada Bread takes a bigger slice of the sandwich market
01/14/2008 [-] Aging population helped drive up the number of deaths in 2005 StatsCan
01/14/2008 [-] Boy says missing fateful trip with N.B. high school team leaves him conflicted
01/14/2008 [-] Aging population drives up number of recorded deaths
01/14/2008 [-] Refunds in mail for controversial immigration program
01/14/2008 [-] Team approach at heart of new N.L. mental health program
01/14/2008 [-] Canada Post rewrites rules for rural mail delivery
01/14/2008 [-] Quebec-born man charged in Ohio deaths of wife, 4 children
01/14/2008 [-] Ottawa high school support staff vote to strike
01/14/2008 [-] Sask. court to rule on Ahenakew's comments
01/14/2008 [-] Wastewater plant seeks 500K for odour control
01/14/2008 [-] Sentencing hearing to start in MD's sex-for-drugs case
01/14/2008 [-] Police probe sudden death in St. John's
01/14/2008 [-] N.L. playing 'Russian roulette' with aging ferry fleet
01/14/2008 [-] Prairie football rivalry with Winnipeg ends in Grey Cup victory for Riders
01/14/2008 [-] Wastewater plant seeks 500K for odour control
01/14/2008 [-] Mantell Stars As Brits Beat Canada
01/14/2008 [-] Canada as car builder losing lustre
01/14/2008 [-] Send in the Marines a surge that could work for Canada
01/14/2008 [-] Police probe sudden death in St. John's
01/14/2008 [-] N.L. playing 'Russian roulette' with aging ferry fleet
01/14/2008 [-] Canada must shift Afghan focus, Dion says
01/14/2008 [-] Weather a factor as Canada Post rewrites rule...
01/14/2008 [-] Chinese cars headed for Canada at cut-rate prices
01/14/2008 [-] Raptors cool off red-hot Blazers in double-overtime
01/14/2008 [-] Sedins spark Canucks' road win
01/14/2008 [-] Spezza hurt in Senators' loss
01/14/2008 [-] Yemen & Canada hold meeting over academic cooperation
01/14/2008 [-] Who will save the modernist legacy in B.C.?
01/14/2008 [-] A troop surge for Afghanistan?
01/14/2008 [-] Native smoke isn't always a sign of fire
01/14/2008 [-] Getting to work
01/14/2008 [-] Fire in the mountains
01/14/2008 [-] One orchestra that can't get out of the pit
01/14/2008 [-] Taaffe confirms he's staying with Ticats
01/14/2008 [-] Resurgent Oilers outbattle Flames
01/14/2008 [-] Sedins spark rare road win for Canucks
01/14/2008 [-] B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell flies over Prince George ice jam
01/14/2008 [-] Spezza hurt in Senators' loss
01/14/2008 [-] Vietnamese boy flies to U.S. for surgery on disfiguring facial lesion
01/14/2008 [-] Canada losing 'soul of a people' with selloff of religious heritage
01/14/2008 [-] 8 dead following road collision in New Brunswick, Canada
01/14/2008 [-] Punjab-origin MP takes up case in Canada
01/14/2008 [-] Aid 'not unconditional,' Bernier tells Abbas
01/14/2008 [-] Friends shocked by deaths of Quebec wife, kids
01/13/2008 [-] Four soldiers injured as Dion visits Kandahar
01/13/2008 [-] Sex-trade workers at risk in suburbs ex-prostitute
01/13/2008 [-] Thousands of aboriginals still not counted in census
01/13/2008 [-] Canada pledges 300 million in new aid to Palestinians 2133
01/13/2008 [-] Canada pledges 300 million aid to Palestinians
01/13/2008 [-] Raptors win in 2 OT
01/13/2008 [-] Memorials appear in N.B. city to commemorate students killed in crash
01/13/2008 [-] Raptors outlast Trail Blazers in double OT
01/13/2008 [-] Harper blackmailing Canadians with economic aid offer, say...
01/13/2008 [-] Canada may use force to deport Sikh refugee
01/13/2008 [-] Calling the bottom for banks seen a mug's game
01/13/2008 [-] Sens without Heatley for Isles
01/13/2008 [-] Canada may use force to deport paralysed Sikh
01/13/2008 [-] Canada pledges 300 million in new aid to Palestinians
01/13/2008 [-] Suburban sex-trade workers more vulnerable
01/13/2008 [-] London police investigating after body found in wooded area
01/13/2008 [-] U.S. lumber industry group takes issue with Canadian community aid fund
01/13/2008 [-] Probe begins into St. John's chopper crash
01/13/2008 [-] Public wake planned for N.B. crash victims
01/13/2008 [-] Lueders pilots Canada to gold
01/13/2008 [-] Osbourne-Paradis 3rd in downhill
01/13/2008 [-] Canucks take to road in St. Louis
01/13/2008 [-] Battle of Alberta resumes
01/13/2008 [-] Probe begins into St. John's chopper crash
01/13/2008 [-] Senators soldier on without Heatley
01/13/2008 [-] Canada may use force to deport paralyzed Sikh refugee
01/13/2008 [-] Flames, Oilers clash in latest Battle of Alberta matchup
01/13/2008 [-] Lueders pilots Canada to bobsled gold
01/13/2008 [-] MacKay praises Canada's 'enormous' contribution
01/13/2008 [-] Osbourne-Paradis 3rd in men's downhill event
01/13/2008 [-] Canucks take road woes to St. Louis
01/13/2008 [-] Dreary week expected in stock markets
01/13/2008 [-] Deadly season raises avalanche awareness
01/13/2008 [-] Grieving community to gather in crash's wake
01/13/2008 [-] Dissident Sask. Liberals create new riding assoc.
01/13/2008 [-] Canada overturns iPod tax
01/13/2008 [-] Small N.B. city in disbelief after 8 killed in crash
01/13/2008 [-] Rangers snap skid with win
01/13/2008 [-] Soldier laid to rest
01/13/2008 [-] Doors close, drawers drop
01/13/2008 [-] What you don't know about Facebook
01/13/2008 [-] 3 held in sex slavery
01/13/2008 [-] Police in frantic scuffle for gun
01/13/2008 [-] Stray slug a killer
01/13/2008 [-] Ex-premier faces inquiry in Canada
01/13/2008 [-] Canada's trade surplus climbs
01/13/2008 [-] Canada, U.S. to battle for women's U-18 hockey title
01/13/2008 [-] Canada agrees to extend deadline for EU to amend biotech rul
01/13/2008 [-] Isolated Canada grudgingly accepts Bali deal
01/13/2008 [-] Canada's life-science pulse is flatlining
01/13/2008 [-] 8 killed in highway crash in Canada
01/13/2008 [-] Tapping into oil output fueling Canada's growth
01/13/2008 [-] The State Of Free Speech In Canada Is Not Good
01/13/2008 [-] Dion on field trip to Afghanistan to assess mission
01/13/2008 [-] Obama is not JFK. But then again, neither was JFK
01/13/2008 [-] Be sure to pack more ID for Canada trip
01/13/2008 [-] Sharks rally to down Leafs
01/13/2008 [-] Telus Is Considering Switch to GSM Network, Toronto Star Says
01/13/2008 [-] Eight killed in Canada bus-truck collision
01/13/2008 [-] Sharks rally to send Leafs further into tank
01/13/2008 [-] Canada to Probe Why Former PM Took Cash Payments
01/13/2008 [-] TransCanada Pipeline Deemed Environmentally Safe
01/13/2008 [-] I don't answer to the state Canada 'Human Rights' Commission in action
01/13/2008 [-] Bowman says Leafs turned him down
01/13/2008 [-] Alfredsson's heroics topple Wings
01/13/2008 [-] World Under 18 US Canada Hockey
01/13/2008 [-] Thieves target cars for precious metals
01/13/2008 [-] Quincy Jones, Herbie Hancock take part in tribute to jazz piano legend Oscar Peterson
01/13/2008 [-] Streaks end as Rangers down Canadiens
01/13/2008 [-] Oscar Peterson was 'best piano player in the world' Stevie Wonder
01/13/2008 [-] Experts unsure what caused 'chaos' on Air Canada Flight 190
01/13/2008 [-] CANADA'S KANGAROO COURT On...
01/13/2008 [-] Ice jam still threatens residents in Prince George, B.C.
01/13/2008 [-] Body of man killed in Thailand returned to Calgary
01/13/2008 [-] Deadly Wreck Shocks Canada
01/13/2008 [-] Big Drug Run Near Canada-US Border in Abbotsford
01/13/2008 [-] Newborn snatched from Sudbury, Ont., hospital
01/13/2008 [-] O Canada!
01/13/2008 [-] Soldier 'wanted to make a difference in the world,' friend says at funeral
01/13/2008 [-] Peterson was true to Canada
01/13/2008 [-] House fire in Winnipeg sends four to hospital with smoke inhalation
01/13/2008 [-] Nov. 23, 2007 Would you like to see an NFL franchise in Canada?
01/13/2008 [-] Canadas Star Chamber quizzes Ezra Levant over the Mohammed cartoons
01/12/2008 [-] Soldier 'wanted to make a difference in the world,' friend...
01/12/2008 [-] CSIS too secretive about its work study
01/12/2008 [-] Small N.B. town in shock, PM says nation in mourning
01/12/2008 [-] Body of slain Canadian back in Calgary family still look...
01/12/2008 [-] Liberal leader Dion looks for non-combat roles for Canada ...
01/12/2008 [-] Inside Canada's Star Chamber
01/12/2008 [-] What Canada Has Lost
01/12/2008 [-] Sister of Canadian jailed in India demands government do more to free him
01/12/2008 [-] Prime minister says accident 'unthinkable' in letter to high school in mourning
01/12/2008 [-] Eight killed in bus crash in eastern Canada
01/12/2008 [-] Dion wants non-combat roles for Canada in Afghanistan
01/12/2008 [-] Dion again urges non-combat roles for Canada in Afghanistan
01/12/2008 [-] Dion, Ignatieff pay visit to Afghanistan
01/12/2008 [-] More attention paid to avalanche awareness day
01/12/2008 [-] Transportation Safety Board begins probe into St. John's, N.L. chopper crash
01/12/2008 [-] Soldier killed in Afghanistan loved his job, wanted to make a difference
01/12/2008 [-] Van carrying N.B. high school basketball team collides with truck, eight dead
01/12/2008 [-] More attention paid to avalanche awareness day during season of death
01/12/2008 [-] 7 Canadian High Schoolers Dead in Crash
01/12/2008 [-] Afghanistan Canadan
01/12/2008 [-] Trio of quakes off B.C. coast remarkable, but not alarming says scientist
01/12/2008 [-] Funeral held for Canadian soldier killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan
01/12/2008 [-] Earthquakes off B.C. coast remarkable scientists
01/12/2008 [-] Text-message spam proves costly for cellphone users
01/12/2008 [-] Dion, Ignatieff meet with Karzai in Afghanistan
01/12/2008 [-] Collision kills eight near Bathurst, N.B.
01/12/2008 [-] Canada to Investigate Ex-Prime Mi
01/12/2008 [-] Canada, HK sign investment accord
01/12/2008 [-] Bernier to lobby India about jailed Canadian
01/12/2008 [-] MDs back bid to keep cancer lab report under wraps
01/12/2008 [-] Seven Canadian high school basketball players and one adult killed in highway crash
01/12/2008 [-] Canadian TV weathers Hollywood strike
01/12/2008 [-] Limit scope of inquiry
01/12/2008 [-] Seven members of basketball team killed in icy N.B. bus-truck crash
01/12/2008 [-] Canada avoids iPod tax again
01/12/2008 [-] Canada's Upperton and Moyse win silver at World Cup bobsled in Cortina
01/12/2008 [-] Ontario's GO bus drivers ratify new contract
01/12/2008 [-] Private funeral to be held for slain soldier
01/12/2008 [-] N.B. crash kills 7 students, 1 adult
01/12/2008 [-] Flesh-eating disease kills Calgarian
01/12/2008 [-] 2 hurt in T.O. building collapse
01/12/2008 [-] Missing Ont. baby case making progress
01/12/2008 [-] Canada adds 42,600 jobs in November
01/12/2008 [-] Canada's opportunity in Mongolia
01/12/2008 [-] Automechanika Canada show dates changed
01/12/2008 [-] Silverstein To Headline Canada For The First Time
01/12/2008 [-] Air Canada probe to be long, detailed
01/12/2008 [-] ACE, Barrick Gold, Equinox, Quadra, Shaw Canada Equity Movers
01/12/2008 [-] Cisco insider to head up U.S./Canada channel group
01/12/2008 [-] Passengers feared worst as Air Canada jet made Rocky Mountain emergency landing
01/12/2008 [-] Be less secretive, internal report urges Canada's spy ag
01/12/2008 [-] HK, Canada sign MOU on investment promotion
01/12/2008 [-] Canada to play for women's U-18 hockey title
01/12/2008 [-] Canada urged to develop ties with BRIC countries
01/12/2008 [-] Greece, Romania and Canada head up global privacy index
01/12/2008 [-] Canada Health Infoway Signs Preferred Solution Agreement with ...
01/12/2008 [-] Miami man pleads guilty in Katrina relief scam that used fake websites
01/12/2008 [-] More spills and thrills in store
01/12/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Canada won't alter industry aid despite attacks
01/12/2008 [-] Loss to Puerto Rico ends Olympic dreams for Canada's men
01/12/2008 [-] Canada won't alter industry aid despite attacks
01/12/2008 [-] Coyotes get rare win in Vancouver
01/12/2008 [-] Coyotes break up Canucks' home dominance
01/12/2008 [-] Ont. MPs urge Ottawa to drop visa requirements for Poles
01/12/2008 [-] TransCanada Corp. gets go-ahead on pipes
01/12/2008 [-] Nolan's pair not enough for Flames
01/12/2008 [-] First ministers' meeting loses lustre under Harper's decen...
01/12/2008 [-] TransCanada Pipeline Passes Regulatory Hurdle
01/12/2008 [-] Day parole granted to man convicted of killing four people near 100 Mile House
01/12/2008 [-] Former B.C. Supreme Court chief justice Allan McEachern dies
01/12/2008 [-] Former Trinidad government minister appointed high commissioner to Canada
01/12/2008 [-] Bosh, Raptors punish hapless Knicks
01/12/2008 [-] First Nations heritage park in turmoil report
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