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03/27/2007 [-] Dumont not a traditional federalist even though he doesn't want referendum
03/27/2007 [-] N.B. moves to amend adoption legislation
03/27/2007 [-] Former MP Anawak misses Liberal nomination deadline
03/27/2007 [-] Dad gets 3 years for infecting daughter in sex assault
03/27/2007 [-] Ottawa, Sask. trying again on Métis election
03/27/2007 [-] Murder suspect's pictures may not be published court
03/27/2007 [-] Feds provide 205M to shorten Ontario wait times
03/27/2007 [-] Frost charged with fraud
03/27/2007 [-] Harper government expected to survive budget vote with Bloc support
03/27/2007 [-] North End shooting victim dies
03/27/2007 [-] Tories still stuck in minority territory, but make gains in Quebec poll
03/27/2007 [-] Conservatives' lead shrinks in poll
03/27/2007 [-] Small Canadian gallery wins fight over storied art
03/27/2007 [-] Canada an 'appalling laggard' as Tories shun foreign aid bill NDP
03/27/2007 [-] Jury hears that saw belonging to acquaintance of accused Pickton was examined
03/27/2007 [-] Canada Concludes 2006-2007 International Winter Season Ranked Second Overall in Total World Cup Medals
03/27/2007 [-] Quebec sent Liberals a message, Charest admits
03/27/2007 [-] Corridor now drilling McCully Field for oil
03/27/2007 [-] Preliminary hearing begins in Medicine Hat triple slaying
03/27/2007 [-] Ottawa, Sask. trying again on Mtis election
03/27/2007 [-] Lack of ice delays start of Canada seal hunt
03/27/2007 [-] Murder suspect's pictures may not be published court
03/27/2007 [-] New image of Christ in Tignish church
03/27/2007 [-] Sentencing arguments heard in fatal accident
03/27/2007 [-] Health Canada updates Tamiflu safety info
03/27/2007 [-] Witness hospitalized after testimony at war crimes trial
03/27/2007 [-] Dumont will work with Quebec Premier Charest
03/27/2007 [-] Canadian farmers should grow poppies professor
03/27/2007 [-] Police kill suspect in Wolseley stabbing
03/27/2007 [-] Harmony Airways to end scheduled service
03/27/2007 [-] Canadians in Afghanistan to face more suicide bombs, booby traps this spring
03/27/2007 [-] Canada border guards must focus on security report
03/27/2007 [-] Protest party seen as big winner in Quebec vote
03/27/2007 [-] Judge wants medical marijuana user to get pot in jail
03/27/2007 [-] Health Canada confirms flu drug now carries warning of possible side-effects
03/27/2007 [-] Non-compete payments were legal, Black trial hears
03/27/2007 [-] Quebec election result 'good news' for Canada PM
03/27/2007 [-] Attack on convoy injures 2 Canadians
03/27/2007 [-] Harper still well short of majority government territory Poll
03/27/2007 [-] Few seals in sight; Canada's hunt may be scrapped
03/27/2007 [-] Teen hit by truck, seriously hurt in intersection
03/27/2007 [-] Air Canada to take delivery of first Boeing 777
03/27/2007 [-] Canada and Saskatchewan renew commitment to a fair M tis Nation Saskatchewan election
03/27/2007 [-] PM feels election fever
03/27/2007 [-] Preliminary hearing begins in Alberta triple slaying trial
03/27/2007 [-] Boisclair Separation not possible in short term
03/27/2007 [-] Experts meet as destructive beetle set to emerge
03/27/2007 [-] Stabbing, shooting at Wolseley housing complex
03/27/2007 [-] Non-compete payments were above board, lawyer testifies at Black trial
03/27/2007 [-] PM feels election fever after Quebecers elect minority Liberal government
03/27/2007 [-] Meningitis Research Foundation of Canada Applauds Meningitis Awareness, but Encourages Broadened Education
03/27/2007 [-] Canada Revenue Agency Tax Alert Where you live matters!
03/27/2007 [-] Camilion Ranked as One of Canada's Fastest Growing Technology Companies
03/27/2007 [-] Charlottetown school opens day care
03/27/2007 [-] Lack of ice set to kill start of Canada seal hunt
03/27/2007 [-] Commons health commitee warns of child obesity
03/27/2007 [-] Harmony Airways ends scheduled flight service
03/27/2007 [-] Senate committee seeks border-guard reforms
03/27/2007 [-] Queen of the North bridge crew face disciplinary probe
03/27/2007 [-] Fledgling Vancouver airline shutting down flights
03/27/2007 [-] Decision on closing down Sixth Avenue delayed
03/27/2007 [-] 'Human factors' caused sinking of B.C. ferry that killed 2
03/27/2007 [-] MPs seek special lawyers for security cases
03/27/2007 [-] Tlicho, Déline sign deal to clean up Port Radium
03/27/2007 [-] Fired St. John's manager charged with fixing tickets
03/27/2007 [-] Spanish forward Garbajosa could miss rest of season
03/27/2007 [-] Create panel of special counsel to review secret evidence MPs
03/27/2007 [-] Current generation of Cdn kids to live shorter lives than parents committee
03/27/2007 [-] Giving electronic tax-filers a break would save money, environment Layton
03/27/2007 [-] Harper seen tempted by early election
03/27/2007 [-] Underage musicians can no longer jam in Alberta bars
03/27/2007 [-] Liberals call for new citizenship act for 'Lost Canadians'
03/27/2007 [-] Quebec election result 'significant' former PM
03/27/2007 [-] Ontario health minister says smoking ban for apartments should be debated
03/27/2007 [-] MPs want special counsel to review secret evidence
03/27/2007 [-] Cdn kids have shorter life spans than their parents report
03/27/2007 [-] Layton wants tax breaks for e-filers
03/27/2007 [-] Majority of artwork retrieved after gallery roof collapse
03/27/2007 [-] Alberta doctors support outspoken peer
03/27/2007 [-] Smoke-free apartment buildings appeal to tenants
03/27/2007 [-] Toronto makes deal with Oneida Nation near landfill
03/27/2007 [-] Don't put highrises downtown, Whitehorse residents tell council
03/27/2007 [-] Liberia Pres. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Visits Canada
03/27/2007 [-] Frequency of media use and choice affect political activity StatsCan
03/27/2007 [-] Canada orders label changes for Tamiflu drug
03/27/2007 [-] Family suing province over crash through guardrail
03/27/2007 [-] Restricted hours ordered for N.L. video gambling
03/27/2007 [-] Man dies after returning to burning house
03/27/2007 [-] Police name victims of crash near Arnprior
03/27/2007 [-] Shift border guards' focus to security, not revenues, Senate committee urges
03/27/2007 [-] Spring has sprung, the grass is ... icky
03/27/2007 [-] Blancco Brings New Data Security And Erasure Possibilities To Canada
03/27/2007 [-] E*TRADE Canada Launches New Investor Research Centre
03/27/2007 [-] Ontario Joins with Canada's New Government to Announce Patient Wait Times Guarantee
03/27/2007 [-] Contractors should have pulled school fire alarm fire chief
03/27/2007 [-] St. John's pitches woo to Southlands dissenters
03/27/2007 [-] Armed transit cops to patrol busy Vancouver bus route
03/27/2007 [-] Air Canada flies its first Boeing 777 aircraft to Canada on Saturday
03/27/2007 [-] T-shirt maker Gildan closing Montreal plants
03/27/2007 [-] Minister calls for probe into Ont. lottery agency
03/27/2007 [-] St. John's pitches woo to Southlands dissenters
03/27/2007 [-] Harper not tempted by early election aide
03/27/2007 [-] Opposition demands minister resign over Ontario lottery scandal
03/27/2007 [-] Shift border guards' focus to security, not revenues, Senate committee urges
03/27/2007 [-] Pickton vehicles suspicious
03/27/2007 [-] Man shot in head while sitting in vehicle
03/27/2007 [-] Tlicho, Dline sign deal to clean up Port Radium
03/27/2007 [-] Fired St. John's manager charged with fixing tickets
03/27/2007 [-] Lloydminster clinic also not sterilizing equipment
03/27/2007 [-] Ontario lottery problems not mirrored in western Canada officials
03/27/2007 [-] Few items taken from cars sent for testing, Pickton jury told
03/27/2007 [-] Charest keeps seat as Liberals cling to power in Quebec
03/27/2007 [-] Man shot in Winnipeg's North End
03/27/2007 [-] Northern MPs to give federal budget thumbs down
03/27/2007 [-] Alberta medical office also had problem with poor sterilization
03/27/2007 [-] Cost of U of R lab building nearly doubles
03/27/2007 [-] Nurses take to airwaves to talk about shortages
03/27/2007 [-] 31.5M caisse bailout cheaper than failure, Burke says
03/27/2007 [-] Police open probe of fraudulent Ontario lottery wins
03/27/2007 [-] Media use affects political involvement study
03/27/2007 [-] Three Canadian tourists die in Kenya accident
03/27/2007 [-] Canadian dollar jumps on Quebec election result
03/27/2007 [-] Buoyant metals seen propping up Toronto stocks
03/27/2007 [-] Just say no to random drug tests CUPE
03/27/2007 [-] Blizzard shuts down eastern Newfoundland
03/27/2007 [-] Pool fumes send 5 from hotel to hospital
03/27/2007 [-] Man shot in Winnipeg's North End
03/27/2007 [-] Canada sticks the boot into Neteller
03/27/2007 [-] Calgary Angels catch top cop off-guard
03/27/2007 [-] CEO hit the 720Gs severance jackpot
03/27/2007 [-] A foul mouth has cost one Vancouver man his life
03/27/2007 [-] Searchers find toddler lost for hours in N.S. woods
03/27/2007 [-] Parking poachers get the boot in Fredericton
03/27/2007 [-] Quebecers elect Liberal minority government
03/27/2007 [-] Hopes of moving to Canada spark changes in Bangladeshi camps
03/27/2007 [-] Protest party wins big in Canada's Quebec
03/27/2007 [-] No change yet for the Cadre
03/27/2007 [-] Feds contribute 1m to reforestation of hurricane-ravaged Halifax park
03/27/2007 [-] Edmonton address mixup hassle
03/27/2007 [-] Schoolyard stabbing in Regina
03/27/2007 [-] Regina school reopens after stabbing
03/27/2007 [-] Charlottetown to warn about lead in water
03/27/2007 [-] Woman stranded in rural Manitoba
03/27/2007 [-] Canada sticks the boot into Neteller sticks the boot into Neteller
03/27/2007 [-] Canada's unity safe after federalists win Quebec election
03/27/2007 [-] Florida airline passenger lands in Labrador lockup
03/27/2007 [-] Edmonton braces for ant invasion
03/27/2007 [-] Dad 'victimized' his daughter, 5
03/27/2007 [-] Canada's unity safe after federalists win Quebec election
03/27/2007 [-] Public Relations Icon, Philanthropist, and Co-Founder of Canada NewsWire, 1919-2007
03/27/2007 [-] Minister orders health probe
03/27/2007 [-] Man dies after returning to fire for third time
03/27/2007 [-] More pet food firms sued
03/27/2007 [-] Canada adopts 'kiwi' climate friendly car proposal
03/27/2007 [-] Firefighters accused of attacking cabbie
03/27/2007 [-] Canada's nationalist ADQ turns out biggest winner in Quebec elections
03/27/2007 [-] Canadas Quebec set to have first minority govt in 129 years
03/27/2007 [-] Canadas Quebec elects Liberal minority government
03/27/2007 [-] Heard signs with Eskimos
03/27/2007 [-] Garbajosa injured in Raptors loss
03/27/2007 [-] Charest says Quebecers have rendered severe judgment
03/27/2007 [-] Liberal minority government gives Canada reprieve from referendum for now
03/26/2007 [-] Uganda, Canada bag two ICC awards
03/26/2007 [-] Ottawa council stands by mayor
03/26/2007 [-] Protest vote sends ADQ soaring
03/26/2007 [-] OPP takes up bribery probe
03/26/2007 [-] Mordue admits killing his wife
03/26/2007 [-] Nuclear waste idea panned
03/26/2007 [-] Pot bust Medicinal use or drug trafficking?
03/26/2007 [-] Toxic chemicals behind 'new car smell' report
03/26/2007 [-] Indigo Girls headline Toronto's Pride Week
03/26/2007 [-] ADQ becomes Quebec's Official Opposition
03/26/2007 [-] Retired civil servant defends cottage work days
03/26/2007 [-] Canadian unity safe as federalists win Quebec vote
03/26/2007 [-] Veteran Manitoba MP Bill Blaikie moving into academic life at U of Winnipeg
03/26/2007 [-] Ottawa's absent as provinces self-police Canada's gambling boom critics
03/26/2007 [-] Quick start for Dunn at senior curling worlds
03/26/2007 [-] Garbajosa injured as Raptors lose to Celtics
03/26/2007 [-] Jury finds Saskatchewan man not guilty of sexually assaulting 12-year-old
03/26/2007 [-] Quebecers shelve independence movement in provincial election
03/26/2007 [-] Harper can count blessings at historically poor result for sovereigntists
03/26/2007 [-] Quebec election chief says premier retains seat
03/26/2007 [-] Premier Jean Charest wins in Sherbrooke after trailing much of the night
03/26/2007 [-] Greater Montreal sees surprise gains for ADQ
03/26/2007 [-] PQ humbled, finishes 3rd
03/26/2007 [-] Human error behind B.C. ferry sinking report
03/26/2007 [-] Liberal Party Wins Mandate in Quebec
03/26/2007 [-] Liberal Leader Jean Charest defeated in Sherbrooke
03/26/2007 [-] Canada's Quebec set to have first minority government in
03/26/2007 [-] Xstrata Agrees to Purchase LionOre Mining of Canada for 4 Billion in Cash
03/26/2007 [-] Mining company Xstrata makes 4 billion cash bid for Canada's LionOre
03/26/2007 [-] Liberals take Outaouais again
03/26/2007 [-] Flyers spoilt for choice as airlines eye Canada
03/26/2007 [-] ADQ on track for party status
03/26/2007 [-] Minority government in Quebec but which party?
03/26/2007 [-] Police probe alleged Tory link to mayoralty offer
03/26/2007 [-] Sask. man acquitted in 'backroad sex' case
03/26/2007 [-] Canada ranks last in funding childhood education
03/26/2007 [-] Former prison ombudsman offers to pay back salary
03/26/2007 [-] Rwanda war crimes suspect stands trial in Canada
03/26/2007 [-] Canada gets failing grade on child education spending
03/26/2007 [-] Early results put Liberals ahead in Quebec race
03/26/2007 [-] Fight breaks out at murder suspect's court appearance
03/26/2007 [-] Sask. hikes grants for energy-saving home renos
03/26/2007 [-] Canada ranks last when it comes to funding early childhood education, report finds
03/26/2007 [-] Lottery agency's close ties to retailers 'fatal flaw' report
03/26/2007 [-] Guardian Angels ready to hit the streets
03/26/2007 [-] Xstrata agrees to buy Canada's LionOre
03/26/2007 [-] Rural doctors' office also not properly sterilizing equipment
03/26/2007 [-] Nova Scotia offers prescription for Calgary 'ailment'
03/26/2007 [-] Quebec Voters Chose Provincial Assembly
03/26/2007 [-] Crew cited in fatal Canadian ferry sinking
03/26/2007 [-] Quebec election campaign hinges on gaffes, Ottawa money
03/26/2007 [-] Canada blanks Bermuda in exhibition play
03/26/2007 [-] Wal-Mart's out, Concur's in at Air Canada
03/26/2007 [-] Xstrata agrees to buy Canada`s LionOre
03/26/2007 [-] Canada last in ECE spending
03/26/2007 [-] Canada Fears over raspberry industry
03/26/2007 [-] Visual Defence Completes Air Canada Toronto Operation Center Video System On-Time and On-Budget
03/26/2007 [-] Canada's first business news radio station to launch in Toronto
03/26/2007 [-] Petro-Canada Expands Dynamic Leadership Program to the University of Waterloo
03/26/2007 [-] Toxic chemicals behind 'new car smell' report
03/26/2007 [-] 500M Hotel/Condo Project Gets...
03/26/2007 [-] Alberta gang associates selling cocaine in N.W.T., say RCMP
03/26/2007 [-] Seven facing charges in Windsor-area drug bust
03/26/2007 [-] Day-care workers ready to strike
03/26/2007 [-] Jury deliberating Kindrat sex assault case
03/26/2007 [-] Dean Girdis Canada's energy policy a double standard
03/26/2007 [-] Ottawa man charged in parking-lot beating death
03/26/2007 [-] Case of Saskatchewan man accused of sexually assaulting girl rests with jury
03/26/2007 [-] Officials try to pinpoint contaminated pet food ingredient in massive recall
03/26/2007 [-] Behind the ballot ridings to watch
03/26/2007 [-] Canada to host tri-national search, rescue exercise
03/26/2007 [-] BMO beaming at Sask. budget
03/26/2007 [-] Homeless shelters close in Grande Prairie
03/26/2007 [-] No monopoly, no benefit to farmers wheat board
03/26/2007 [-] Atlantic chiefs repeat calls for residential school apology
03/26/2007 [-] Canada Opens Trial of Rwandan Charged with Crimes Against Humanity rights and law
03/26/2007 [-] Police mole grilled on secret phone calls
03/26/2007 [-] Canadian delegation meets with anti-sealing Europeans
03/26/2007 [-] International Baccalaureate comes to P.E.I.
03/26/2007 [-] Canadian plane makes unexpected U.S. landing
03/26/2007 [-] Human error blamed for Queen of the North sinking
03/26/2007 [-] Aussie connection to Cdn child porn bust
03/26/2007 [-] Human errors 'primary' cause of ferry sinking report
03/26/2007 [-] Toronto budget shortfall means 3.8% tax hike
03/26/2007 [-] Teens charged with murder
03/26/2007 [-] Pickton jury hears about items seized from cars
03/26/2007 [-] Rwandan war suspect tried in Canada
03/26/2007 [-] Invisible face of learning disabilities costly to Canada report
03/26/2007 [-] Erasing Afghan terror training camps makes Canada safer PM adviser
03/26/2007 [-] Canada urges EU not to ban seal imports
03/26/2007 [-] Canada Opens Trial of Rwandan Charged with Crimes Against Humanity
03/26/2007 [-] Robert Pickton jury hears about items seized from abandoned cars
03/26/2007 [-] Spring foliage gives Taliban cover
03/26/2007 [-] Canada defends seal hunt in EU
03/26/2007 [-] Restaurant grease targeted in Vancouver suburb
03/26/2007 [-] B.C. school fees restored
03/26/2007 [-] N.B. premier calls Barbie remark 'unacceptable'
03/26/2007 [-] Jail for impaired driving death
03/26/2007 [-] Spanish man held after rescue from Niagara Falls
03/26/2007 [-] Canada dealing with `lost` citizens
03/26/2007 [-] 2 boys stabbed in North End fights
03/26/2007 [-] Rwandan war crimes trial begins in Montreal
03/26/2007 [-] Gallery to keep bulk of Beaverbrook artwork
03/26/2007 [-] Canadian flight makes unexpected landing in Fla.
03/26/2007 [-] Lottery corruption not likely to sway players from betting on a dream
03/26/2007 [-] Atlantic chiefs seek apology for former Indian Residential School students
03/26/2007 [-] Rwandan genocide suspect standing trial in Canada
03/26/2007 [-] Discount Hart's lies, defence tells jury as trial ends
03/26/2007 [-] Profs at University of Alberta free to work after 65
03/26/2007 [-] Veteran gets his medals back after 33 years
03/26/2007 [-] Canada's first crimes against humanity trial opens
03/26/2007 [-] Three Canadian tourists die in Kenyan road smash
03/26/2007 [-] Ontario lottery operator ignored fraud cases ombudsman report
03/26/2007 [-] Lottery operator ignored fraud cases report
03/26/2007 [-] Canada blames suspect feed for latest BSE case
03/26/2007 [-] OPP investigating affidavit alleging Tory link to mayoralty offer
03/26/2007 [-] All-Asian 'Dragon Boys' spotlights Vancouver underworld
03/26/2007 [-] Execs involved in newspaper sales testify at Conrad Black fraud trial
03/26/2007 [-] B.C. Ferries will release report into Queen of the North sinking today
03/26/2007 [-] ICP Solar Technologies Extends Partnership in Canada with Atlas Trailer Coach Products
03/26/2007 [-] Canada's Ultimate Outdoor Adventure and Travel Marketplace Returns to the Roundup Centre, Stampede Park!
03/26/2007 [-] Media Advisory Salman Rushdie kicks off Canada 2020/Crossing Boundaries 2nd Annual Conference Tonight
03/26/2007 [-] Speech by David Dodge, Governor of the Bank of Canada
03/26/2007 [-] Canada's Scott wins world curling title
03/26/2007 [-] Vancouver car co-op could lose out at city hall
03/26/2007 [-] Yukon residential school claimants get financial advice
03/26/2007 [-] Davis first woman to win Canadian dog derby
03/26/2007 [-] 85 disputed paintings belong to Beaverbrook gallery arbitrator
03/26/2007 [-] Alberta government warms to hybrid vehicles
03/26/2007 [-] Cops probe Tory in mayoralty scandal
03/26/2007 [-] Sites for new bridge to Canada narrowed
03/26/2007 [-] Rayner trial hears first testimony
03/26/2007 [-] Xstrata to buy Canada's LionOre
03/26/2007 [-] N.B. premier calls Barbie remark 'unacceptable'
03/26/2007 [-] Rally planned for striking Durham school board workers
03/26/2007 [-] Canadian flight lands in Fort Lauderdale after pilot smells fumes
03/26/2007 [-] Trial going 'even better' than expected Black
03/26/2007 [-] CV Technologies stock drops 20 pct on sales outlook
03/26/2007 [-] First Alberta Guardian Angels graduate
03/26/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Joins with Canada's New Government to Announce Patient Wait Times Guarantee
03/26/2007 [-] Media Alert 2007 Western Canada Business Forum
03/26/2007 [-] Sun Life Financial Announces Integrated Brand Strategy in Canada
03/26/2007 [-] ADF Group Inc. lands a 20.3 million dollars fabrication contract in Western Canada
03/26/2007 [-] Wells contaminated by gasoline leak
03/26/2007 [-] Latest Canada BSE case most likely caused by feed
03/26/2007 [-] Defence lawyer calls client's confession a lie
03/26/2007 [-] Ombud says OLG needs independent oversight
03/26/2007 [-] Canada dealing with 'lost' citizens
03/26/2007 [-] Dad dies in hospital after fight
03/26/2007 [-] Ont. lottery retailers won millions dishonestly
03/26/2007 [-] More Winnipeggers cremating pets
03/26/2007 [-] Agricultural fair celebrates 100th anniversary
03/26/2007 [-] Davis first female to win Canadian dog derby
03/26/2007 [-] AG probe on fibre optic deal blocked Liberals
03/26/2007 [-] Legislature resumes in April
03/26/2007 [-] Canada rock group Arcade Fire cancels European tour
03/26/2007 [-] Canadian economy to outperform U.S. in 2007 TD Bank
03/26/2007 [-] New opportunity in B.C. for foreign-trained engineers
03/26/2007 [-] Foreign workers face backlog in Alberta
03/26/2007 [-] Police identify dead woman found in yard
03/26/2007 [-] Gatineau man dies after beating in bar parking lot
03/26/2007 [-] Man arrested as B.C. police standoff ends
03/26/2007 [-] Toronto may face 70-million budget shortfall
03/26/2007 [-] Critics, supporters get their teeth into dental program
03/26/2007 [-] Dam blamed for First Nation's financial woes
03/26/2007 [-] Ontario lottery retailers collected millions in dishonest claims ombudsman
03/26/2007 [-] REFILE-Voting begins in closely fought Quebec election
03/26/2007 [-] March toward Quebec independence seems stalled as polls open
03/26/2007 [-] Alberta's come a long way in eliminating racism Lieutenant-Governor Kwong
03/26/2007 [-] N.S. gets millions for wait-time guarantees
03/26/2007 [-] Firm oil price, LionOre bid boost Toronto stocks
03/26/2007 [-] Toronto may face 70-million budget shortfall
03/26/2007 [-] Dam blamed for First Nation's financial woes
03/26/2007 [-] Quebec's vote, Canada's future, in air
03/26/2007 [-] Emissions plan won't fly, automakers warn
03/26/2007 [-] Canada's first war crimes trial gets underway
03/26/2007 [-] Election voting begins throughout Quebec after strange three-way campaign
03/26/2007 [-] Crash kills 2 west of Arnprior
03/26/2007 [-] Express derailed as publisher pulls plug on St. John's weekly
03/26/2007 [-] Gander's sole cinema to fade to black
03/26/2007 [-] Food prices expected to jump in coastal Labrador
03/26/2007 [-] Iqaluit council to consider taxi fare hike
03/26/2007 [-] Cape Breton man arrested after home invasion
03/26/2007 [-] Bank of Canada spent 284K on in-house dining
03/26/2007 [-] Quebecers voting in historic provincial election
03/26/2007 [-] N.S. gets millions to achieve wait time guarantees
03/26/2007 [-] P.E.I. at bottom in home-care funding
03/26/2007 [-] President Sirleaf Leaves for Canada
03/26/2007 [-] Health Canada warns men to avoid sexual enhancement pills
03/26/2007 [-] West Coast Express rail lines clear for commute
03/26/2007 [-] Canada's first war crimes trial gets underway
03/26/2007 [-] Decision day in Quebec as polls open
03/26/2007 [-] N.B. experts say Venmar adapters aren't safe
03/26/2007 [-] N.S. gets millions from Ottawa to achieve health-care wait time guarantees
03/26/2007 [-] Xstrata buys second Canada firm
03/26/2007 [-] The Learning Disabilities Association of Canada Releases Groundbreaking 3-Year 302,000 Study on Learning Disabilities
03/26/2007 [-] Canada puts its mounted booties down
03/26/2007 [-] Canada dollar drops despite jump in oil, bonds dip
03/26/2007 [-] Help Manitobans install geothermal systems, province urged
03/26/2007 [-] Amp'd Mobile Now in Canada
03/26/2007 [-] Emissions plan won't fly, automakers warn
03/26/2007 [-] Halifax police probe rooming house death
03/26/2007 [-] Woman blames dog food for illness
03/26/2007 [-] N.B. experts say Venmar adapters aren't safe
03/26/2007 [-] Beairsto murder trial opens
03/26/2007 [-] Body found in Charlottetown backyard
03/26/2007 [-] Recreation programs too expensive councillor
03/26/2007 [-] Minister laughs at anti-Calgary site
03/26/2007 [-] Canada woos the bright students
03/26/2007 [-] Afghan police officer asks Canada for shelter
03/26/2007 [-] MCP deadline pushed back to July 31
03/26/2007 [-] Decision day in Quebec
03/26/2007 [-] Gander's sole cinema to fade to black
03/26/2007 [-] GG receives honorary doctorate
03/26/2007 [-] War hero honoured
03/26/2007 [-] Slain man lay dead 20 hours
03/26/2007 [-] 300 pigeons foul T.O. apartment
03/26/2007 [-] Miner Xstrata to buy Canada's LionOre for 4 bln
03/26/2007 [-] Thousands stripped of citizenship, CBC investigation finds
03/26/2007 [-] Trump backs Black
03/26/2007 [-] NETeller drops Turkey, Canada online gaming work
03/26/2007 [-] Men involved in sale of Hollinger assets set to testify at Conrad Black trial
03/26/2007 [-] Tattoo man banned for sex charges
03/26/2007 [-] Strippers step up, government sits back
03/26/2007 [-] Prisoner smoking ban kicks in today
03/26/2007 [-] Gun bandit stabs teen
03/26/2007 [-] Gov. Gen. plans three-day visit to Nova Scotia
03/25/2007 [-] Judge scolds Gypsies for robberies
03/25/2007 [-] More lotto winners in Manitoba
03/25/2007 [-] Virtual game holds promise
03/25/2007 [-] Fight puts dad in coma
03/25/2007 [-] Boys in blue going grey
03/25/2007 [-] Canada falls to No. 103, Argentina reaches top spot in FIFA
03/25/2007 [-] Canada's Annual Seal Slaughter
03/25/2007 [-] Canada's extradition laws help make Vancouver a grifters' haven
03/25/2007 [-] B.C. earning record revenue from TV productions
03/25/2007 [-] Canada joins in marking slavery's abolition
03/25/2007 [-] 'Hang tough' Trump's advice to Conrad Black
03/25/2007 [-] Rain muddies water in B.C.'s Lower Mainland
03/25/2007 [-] Rain muddies water in B.C.'s Lower Mainland
03/25/2007 [-] Edmonton Liberals choose consumer advocate to win back seat lost in 2006
03/25/2007 [-] Cdn. non-profit agency that trained Afghan women in journalism files for bankruptcy
03/25/2007 [-] Canada ease to 3-0 win over Bermuda in friendly
03/25/2007 [-] Canada's unity at stake in Quebec election
03/25/2007 [-] Alberta's come a long way in eliminating racism Lieutenant-Governor Kwong
03/25/2007 [-] NZ climber recovering after fall in Canada
03/25/2007 [-] Minority government looms in Quebec
03/25/2007 [-] N.B. family forgives man who shot their son
03/25/2007 [-] Harper to say Hola to Latin America this summer
03/25/2007 [-] Topsy-turvy Quebec election campaign hinges on gaffes, flood of federal money
03/25/2007 [-] Canadian ski star Grandi retires
03/25/2007 [-] Rain brings turbid water to B.C.'s Lower Mainland
03/25/2007 [-] Government should have acted sooner on lottery allegations opposition
03/25/2007 [-] Harper to say 'Hola' to Latin America this summer
03/25/2007 [-] With ADQ poised to make big gains, being conservative is cool again in Quebec
03/25/2007 [-] Canada unleashes offence in second half to down Scotland 3-1
03/25/2007 [-] Canada home care spending reaches 3.4 billion in 20032004
03/25/2007 [-] Bank of Canada serves up one meaty dining bill
03/25/2007 [-] Canada advances to women's quarter
03/25/2007 [-] Two B.C. men claim to encounter a Sasquatch
03/25/2007 [-] Canada woos the bright ones
03/25/2007 [-] Outline of the major election promises
03/25/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Liberal MPs to speak out on changes to offshore accord
03/25/2007 [-] Rain brings turbid water to B.C.'s Lower Mainland
03/25/2007 [-] Homophobia, debate fireworks the controversial moments of Quebec campaign
03/25/2007 [-] Quickfacts about the Quebec election campaign
03/25/2007 [-] Bank of Canada dinner scandal
03/25/2007 [-] Canada joins nations in marking slavery abolition
03/25/2007 [-] Canada savour curling final win
03/25/2007 [-] Jean receives honourary degree at York U
03/25/2007 [-] N.S. Liberals to speak out on fiscal imbalance fix
03/25/2007 [-] Bank of Canada provides sumptuous suppers along with interest rates
03/25/2007 [-] Veteran B.C. skier Thomas Grandi to retire
03/25/2007 [-] Canadian soldiers see increase in bombs, rocket attacks
03/25/2007 [-] Quebec political leaders locked in tight race
03/25/2007 [-] Quebec leaders in blitz mode
03/25/2007 [-] N.S. Liberals ready to pick last delegates
03/25/2007 [-] ADQ'S Mario Dumont safest after Monday vote
03/25/2007 [-] Cdn. Forces head out on High Arctic patrol
03/25/2007 [-] Man plucked off river ice above Niagara Falls
03/25/2007 [-] Volunteers scramble to find Canada geese eggs
03/25/2007 [-] Odds are Black will go free
03/25/2007 [-] Ameil rose to the game show Challenge
03/25/2007 [-] Virtual reality bytes
03/25/2007 [-] Man gives liver to new friend's dad
03/25/2007 [-] Ex-NHL agent charged with fraud
03/25/2007 [-] Hogtown goes green
03/25/2007 [-] Canada wins women's curling worlds
03/25/2007 [-] Canada golden at women's curling worlds
03/24/2007 [-] Double-play nets cops drug-and-weapons jackpot
03/24/2007 [-] Tenants unite in fight for justice
03/24/2007 [-] Pal struggles with waves of despair
03/24/2007 [-] Non in our backyard
03/24/2007 [-] Anglicans elect 'bridge builder' bishop
03/24/2007 [-] Change their tune
03/24/2007 [-] Newspaper readers increase in Canada
03/24/2007 [-] Canada beats Scotland in Under-20 friendly
03/24/2007 [-] Canada pledges Great Lakes cleanup
03/24/2007 [-] Prime Minister Harper applauds the vitality of francophone communities across Canada
03/24/2007 [-] Canadian ethanol business enjoying good times
03/24/2007 [-] Pet food company calls for complete recall
03/24/2007 [-] Edmonton pet owner loses 1 of 2 dogs to river
03/24/2007 [-] Islamic groups blame media for Quebec veil uproar
03/24/2007 [-] Hartley Bay, B.C. ceremony remembers two passengers from sunken ferry
03/24/2007 [-] Charest wants majority on Monday to keep Quebec strong in Canada
03/24/2007 [-] Memorial held for B.C. ferry's missing passengers
03/24/2007 [-] Memorial ceremony held for missing passengers of sunken B.C. ferry
03/24/2007 [-] Remove Menu pet food, regardless of date, stores urged
03/24/2007 [-] Top 10 TV programs in Canada
03/24/2007 [-] Canada needs capital to compete
03/24/2007 [-] Charest urges voters to give him strong mandate for dealings with Ottawa
03/24/2007 [-] Soggy Lower Mainland braces for more rain
03/24/2007 [-] Canada's first crimes against humanity trial due Monday
03/24/2007 [-] Rise of conservatives rattles Quebec liberals, separatists
03/24/2007 [-] Waterpolo team beaten by Canada
03/24/2007 [-] Health Canada issues warning over sex product
03/24/2007 [-] Canada's first crimes against humanity trial due Monday
03/24/2007 [-] Man dies after getting ill on Mount Kilimanjaro during CARE Canada climb
03/24/2007 [-] ADQ'S Mario Dumont safest among party leaders after Monday vote
03/24/2007 [-] First test-tube babies born in Canada turn 25
03/24/2007 [-] Canada must improve woeful trade record with India, chamber warns
03/24/2007 [-] ADQ'S Mario Dumont safest among party leaders after Monday vote
03/24/2007 [-] Canadian Forces patrol heads out on sovereignty patrol in High Arctic
03/24/2007 [-] More than 1B for Victoria sewage treatment
03/24/2007 [-] New lily's a dilly, flower fans say
03/24/2007 [-] One year later, hero villagers worry about toxic time bomb in ferry wreck
03/24/2007 [-] Steamboats and top hats in vogue when Quebec had its last minority government
03/24/2007 [-] EQ 2.8 Trois-Rivières-Ouest, Québec, Canada PRELIMINARY REPORT
03/24/2007 [-] Charest warns Quebec voters against minority government
03/24/2007 [-] Gibson snatches lead in Motorola International Bintan
03/24/2007 [-] Quebec likely to get minority Liberal govt polls
03/24/2007 [-] ADQ's Dumont forces way into mainstream, but long will he stay there?
03/24/2007 [-] Harlequin books seeks 'real men' for covers
03/24/2007 [-] Muslim leader blasts media over voting rule change
03/24/2007 [-] Storms bring heavy rain to B.C's Lower Mainland
03/24/2007 [-] Charest says minority government would limit Quebec's strength within Canada
03/24/2007 [-] ADQ's Dumont forces way into mainstream, but long will he stay there?
03/24/2007 [-] Andre Boisclair wins praise for running relatively gaffe-free campaign
03/24/2007 [-] Veteran Charest no stranger to kissing babies and pounding the pavement
03/24/2007 [-] The regular review of economic statistics in Canada this week
03/24/2007 [-] Quebec Muslim leader blasts media over rule change for veiled voters
03/24/2007 [-] Canadian for Israeli pot party
03/24/2007 [-] Death during CARE Canada climb
03/24/2007 [-] Minority government would limit Quebec's strength
03/24/2007 [-] Cdn Gypsy baby likely to be deported
03/24/2007 [-] Quebec man dies during charity climb
03/24/2007 [-] Charest minority government would limit Quebec
03/24/2007 [-] Researchers study those who feel little or no pain
03/24/2007 [-] Charest says minority government would limit Quebec's strength within Canada
03/24/2007 [-] Wash. to test 'enhanced' licenses that would let residents travel passport-free to Canada
03/24/2007 [-] Team Canada strives for balance
03/24/2007 [-] Transport Canada warned against 'feebate' program
03/24/2007 [-] CARE Canada Regrets to Announce Death of Climber on Mount Kilimanjaro
03/24/2007 [-] Soggy Lower Mainland expecting more rain
03/24/2007 [-] CARE member dies during Mount Kilimanjaro climb
03/24/2007 [-] Wash. to test 'enhanced' licenses that would let residents travel passport-free to Canada
03/24/2007 [-] B.C. prostitutes argue for business co-operative
03/24/2007 [-] Ontario lottery corporation's CEO steps down
03/24/2007 [-] Communiqué shows SPP far more than just 'dialogue' with Canada, Mexico
03/24/2007 [-] 'Simulated sex' ruled not serious
03/24/2007 [-] Inquest eyed in toxic punch death
03/24/2007 [-] Mom's diet has big fetal impact
03/24/2007 [-] Nova Scotia expats mocked
03/24/2007 [-] Teen girl's killer denies guilt
03/24/2007 [-] Kiwis overpower Canada to remain unbeaten
03/24/2007 [-] Lotto Ontario lottery boss quits
03/24/2007 [-] Rat poison fuels pet scare
03/23/2007 [-] New Zealand coast past Canada
03/23/2007 [-] Inquest called into deaths of three farmworkers in van crash near Abbotsford
03/23/2007 [-] Convicted Gypsies get jail time and a scolding by judge for two robberies
03/23/2007 [-] Phone Number Portability Arrives In Canada Wednesday
03/23/2007 [-] U.S. security chief praises enhanced drivers' licences for border crossings
03/23/2007 [-] Most believe new and old Canadian flags should fly at Vimy Ridge ceremony poll
03/23/2007 [-] Suicides, drugs killing prisoners
03/23/2007 [-] Ottawa man drowns in Cancun
03/23/2007 [-] New Zealand overpower Canada
03/23/2007 [-] Canada's Annual Seal Slaughter
03/23/2007 [-] Dropped bid hasn't hurt Halifax's reputation committee head
03/23/2007 [-] Businessman files 300K lawsuit against ex-PM Mulroney
03/23/2007 [-] See Nova Scotia's seafaring history
03/23/2007 [-] Canada-Scotland soccer friendly moved
03/23/2007 [-] SWA scotches Canada glen claim
03/23/2007 [-] Three Quebec parties in dead heat, poll shows
03/23/2007 [-] Muslim voters required to remove face coverings
03/23/2007 [-] Ontario lottery corporation's CEO resigns CTV
03/23/2007 [-] B.C. residents ready for floods after spring storm
03/23/2007 [-] Crown, defence give final arguments in Kindrat case
03/23/2007 [-] Ex-MP doesn't deny documents at heart of Day nomination scandal
03/23/2007 [-] Pit bulls still banned in Ontario
03/23/2007 [-] Muslim Face Veil Banned in Quebec Vote
03/23/2007 [-] Quebec Liberals, ADQ wooing separatist vote
03/23/2007 [-] Muslims condemn death threat issued to moderate group
03/23/2007 [-] Canada denies refugee status to Israeli fearing terrorist attacks
03/23/2007 [-] McGuinty defends lack of tax cuts in budget
03/23/2007 [-] Ban plastic bags, city
03/23/2007 [-] Saskatoon officer feared dog he shot was going for his throat, chief says
03/23/2007 [-] Chief of Ontario lottery corporation dismissed
03/23/2007 [-] Acclaimed composer rearranges O Canada
03/23/2007 [-] Child dies in Cape Dorset truck incident
03/23/2007 [-] Notice to the media Health Canada
03/23/2007 [-] NYMEX buys 10 pct of Montreal Exchange Inc
03/23/2007 [-] Fears of downturn lurk over seesaw TSX
03/23/2007 [-] Pick sees bright future for Canada
03/23/2007 [-] New lily's a dilly, flower fans say
03/23/2007 [-] More than 1B for Victoria sewage treatment
03/23/2007 [-] Grits vow to run 'green' campaign
03/23/2007 [-] Report is 'elephant in room' at Conrad Black trial
03/23/2007 [-] Quebec hotel gym members protest Passover closure
03/23/2007 [-] Manitoba man puzzled by nixed medical donation
03/23/2007 [-] Parts of Alberta ripe for flooding province
03/23/2007 [-] Questions asked as Vegreville hospital scrubbed clean
03/23/2007 [-] Muslim women will have to lift veils to vote in Quebec election
03/23/2007 [-] Ontario court upholds most of pit bull ban
03/23/2007 [-] Haggling delays Air India hearings again
03/23/2007 [-] Former MP issues statement about Day accusations
03/23/2007 [-] Rain triggers mudslide, flooding
03/23/2007 [-] Saint John foster dad gets 6 years for sex abuse
03/23/2007 [-] Recruiting flaws 'unacceptable' in 900,000 reform consultation Van Loan
03/23/2007 [-] Retired N.B. man acquitted after killing would-be burglar
03/23/2007 [-] Ontario's controversial pit bull ban largely intact after constitutional challenge
03/23/2007 [-] Snow increases flood threat in western Manitoba
03/23/2007 [-] Grits vow to run 'green' campaign
03/23/2007 [-] Quebec immigrants lament lack of political voice
03/23/2007 [-] Wheelchair access to Via Rail cars a basic human right, says top court
03/23/2007 [-] Haggling over secret documents delays Air India hearings again
03/23/2007 [-] Ottawa defends tax haven crackdown
03/23/2007 [-] Black trial promises hard-nosed attacks, drama and glitter after first week
03/23/2007 [-] Embezzlement accused 'faces death if extradited from Canada'
03/23/2007 [-] Media Advisory/Natural Resources Canada Minister Lunn Makes
03/23/2007 [-] Kiwis too good for Canada
03/23/2007 [-] Hymns of Canada's rap master
03/23/2007 [-] PokerStars Players Vie for Coveted Team Canada Spots
03/23/2007 [-] Media Advisory Canada's New Government and Conservation Gro
03/23/2007 [-] Canada dances to silver at worlds
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03/23/2007 [-] Skills Canada aims at labour shortage
03/23/2007 [-] High School Musical to Tour 60 Cities in U.S. and Canada
03/23/2007 [-] Kiwis hit Canada off the park
03/23/2007 [-] Ottawa provides funds for group working to fast-track new flu drugs
03/23/2007 [-] Temp. pass to Canada viewed as good sign for Iranian family
03/23/2007 [-] Barclays Canada announces launch of new iShares funds
03/23/2007 [-] Canada's New Government Invests 2 million to Develop New Drugs to Combat Influenza
03/23/2007 [-] Toronto looks to greener future with ambitious plan
03/23/2007 [-] Air India inquiry lawyer 'confident' evidence dispute resolved
03/23/2007 [-] Opposition says cuts looming for NBCC
03/23/2007 [-] N.B. companies scrambling to cash in on zinc rush
03/23/2007 [-] Canada delivers blow to Alberta oil sands
03/23/2007 [-] De Beers assails surprise Ontario diamond royalty
03/23/2007 [-] Pick in awe of Canada commitment
03/23/2007 [-] Tories claim credit for good WTO trade review
03/23/2007 [-] Canadian court orders more railway wheelchair access
03/23/2007 [-] 1 convicted, 1 acquitted in Alberta teen's slaying
03/23/2007 [-] Canadian Gypsy baby likely to be deported with mother after jail sentence
03/23/2007 [-] B.C. prostitutes say sex co-op puts control over industry back in their hands
03/23/2007 [-] McGuinty defends budget's poverty focus, says now not the time for tax cuts
03/23/2007 [-] Former MP denies he got rich payout to vacate seat for Stockwell Day
03/23/2007 [-] Good chance Iranian family jailed in Texas will remain in Canada, say supporters
03/23/2007 [-] Happy Glass picked up by Disney
03/23/2007 [-] Senators' port security demands not flying with Saint John
03/23/2007 [-] HIV-infected Canada woman charged with sex assault
03/23/2007 [-] ACE sells units to pay U.S. investors
03/23/2007 [-] RCMP in standoff with man in northern Cape Breton
03/23/2007 [-] Snow slides close Yukon-Skagway highway
03/23/2007 [-] Arctic survey looks at aboriginal well-being
03/23/2007 [-] Arson ruled out in Winchester barn fire
03/23/2007 [-] Summerside homeless shelter shuts its doors
03/23/2007 [-] Toronto Star Remains Canada's Most Read Daily Newspaper
03/23/2007 [-] Colorectal Cancer Association of Canada Colorectal Cancer Screening Alberta, it's a Stampede!
03/23/2007 [-] Rogers Wireless and HTC Launch HTC S621 Smartphone in Canada
03/23/2007 [-] Car thieves need help, second chance mother
03/23/2007 [-] Canada ranked fifth in ability to increase oil production
03/23/2007 [-] Russell Investments Canada Announces Manager Changes to Canadian Equity Portfolios
03/23/2007 [-] No cuts to Ontario's health tax before '09 McGuinty
03/23/2007 [-] Sustainability of budget under fire
03/23/2007 [-] N.S. introduces disciplined, tight-fisted budget
03/23/2007 [-] Man found guilty of Edmonton girl's sex slaying
03/23/2007 [-] Nursing students offered big bucks to go north
03/23/2007 [-] CANADA Development Aid as Counterinsurgency Tool
03/23/2007 [-] British Columbia port becomes cruise stop
03/23/2007 [-] 3 arrests at high school protest over Facebook suspensions
03/23/2007 [-] 'No trinkets,' but budget good for Ontario McGuinty
03/23/2007 [-] Outspoken Liberal MP Wappel retiring
03/23/2007 [-] Sun goes missing in rainy Vancouver
03/23/2007 [-] 'Coming back to Canada, it's so good,' detained boy says
03/23/2007 [-] N.S. accepts Harper equalization plan in balanced budget
03/23/2007 [-] Ottawa artist donates portraits commissioned by A. Y. Jackson
03/23/2007 [-] Stocks poised to rally with oil above 62
03/23/2007 [-] Dauphin mayor detained in wife's death
03/23/2007 [-] Judge agrees to woman's request for longer jail term
03/23/2007 [-] Calgary bus, C-Train drivers refuse overtime
03/23/2007 [-] One guilty, one acquitted in slaying of Alberta teen
03/23/2007 [-] Man arrested in shooting near LRT platform
03/23/2007 [-] 'No trinkets,' but budget good for Ontario McGuinty
03/23/2007 [-] N.S. introduces disciplined budget amid more complaints aimed at Ottawa
03/23/2007 [-] Joseph Laboucan guilty of 13-year-old Edmonton girl's sex slaying
03/23/2007 [-] Elections Quebec gets threats over allowing Muslim women to vote with niqab
03/23/2007 [-] Flaherty says no chance of side deal for N.B.
03/23/2007 [-] Montreal buses to run on biodiesel
03/23/2007 [-] Quebec leaders jockey for support as campaign nears end
03/23/2007 [-] First Nations water quality improving report
03/23/2007 [-] 1 convicted, 1 acquitted in Alberta teen's slaying
03/23/2007 [-] Atlantic Canadian artists meet to form lobby group
03/23/2007 [-] Man sentenced 2 years for threats to N.L. premier, others
03/23/2007 [-] Make trains more accessible, top court tells Via
03/23/2007 [-] Northerners feeling less safe policing report
03/23/2007 [-] Man charged with alleged WestJet voucher scam
03/23/2007 [-] 10,000 empty desks in Vancouver schools
03/23/2007 [-] Liberal Liberals breathe easy Outspoken social conservative Wappel to retire
03/23/2007 [-] Graham government's first budget easily passes in New Brunswick legislature
03/23/2007 [-] Hate crimes increased in Toronto report
03/23/2007 [-] High Park, Newton schools to close
03/23/2007 [-] Police mole made secret calls to Project Defence targets
03/23/2007 [-] Judge agrees to woman's request for longer jail term
03/23/2007 [-] Charest asking sovereigntists who don't want a referendum to vote Liberal
03/23/2007 [-] New Zealand win but Canada impress in defeat
03/23/2007 [-] OPP officer faces drug charges
03/23/2007 [-] Mohawk protesters take over Deseronto quarry
03/23/2007 [-] Winnipeggers brace for quick melt
03/23/2007 [-] Court mulls legal fees on residential school settlement
03/23/2007 [-] Moderate quake west of Vancouver Island
03/23/2007 [-] 4 teens charged with attempted murder in boy's stabbing
03/23/2007 [-] Miller says Ontario should pay its bills
03/23/2007 [-] Make cars more accessible, top court tells Via
03/23/2007 [-] Stocks poised to rally with oil above 62
03/23/2007 [-] Dollar edges higher on strong oil, bonds up
03/23/2007 [-] Drunk driver's victim wouldn't drink and drive family
03/23/2007 [-] Ottawa gets 60.7 million extra in Ontario budget
03/23/2007 [-] Ottawa gets 60.7 million extra in Ontario budget
03/23/2007 [-] Site for West Prince hospital staked out
03/23/2007 [-] Canadian tourist drowns in Mexico
03/23/2007 [-] Top court upholds complaint over wheelchair access to Via Rail cars
03/23/2007 [-] Thieves steal transmitter, knock radio station off the air
03/23/2007 [-] RCMP seize hard drugs in raids on bars
03/23/2007 [-] Military lawyers defy O'Connor on detainees policy
03/23/2007 [-] Moderate quake west of Vancouver Island, but only marine life feel the shake
03/23/2007 [-] Conservatives inch closer to majority
03/23/2007 [-] Global warming may be bad for asthma sufferers
03/23/2007 [-] N.S. Tories face tough choice in Friday budget
03/23/2007 [-] NEB running own environmental review of Saint John pipeline
03/23/2007 [-] Military lawyers defy O'Connor on detainees policy
03/23/2007 [-] 'We're not there yet' Abitibi
03/23/2007 [-] SCC to rule on wheelchair access on VIA Rail
03/23/2007 [-] Activists set to protest, seal hunt might not happen
03/23/2007 [-] Cause of downtown fire remains undetermined
03/23/2007 [-] Small community facing big addictions
03/23/2007 [-] Ski patroller saved from avalanche
03/23/2007 [-] Hate crimes rise in Toronto
03/23/2007 [-] Woman with HIV charged
03/23/2007 [-] Unrepentant wife killer gets 10 years
03/23/2007 [-] Serial bigamist busted again
03/23/2007 [-] Kiwis break records in win over Canada
03/23/2007 [-] Blue Jays topple Pirates
03/23/2007 [-] Pet owners sue Canada animal food maker
03/23/2007 [-] Senators maul Panthers
03/23/2007 [-] Flames lick Predators in OT
03/23/2007 [-] Prison guards' union denies racism
03/23/2007 [-] Dad honoured for sacrifice for son
03/23/2007 [-] More tainted pet food deaths
03/23/2007 [-] Charged soldier seeks support
03/23/2007 [-] Vincent finds form as Kiwis thrash Canada
03/23/2007 [-] Canada to boost canola production 65 pct by 2015
03/23/2007 [-] Indonesian lawmaker denied entry to Canada on U.S. move
03/22/2007 [-] KNM to spend RM50mil on Canada ops
03/22/2007 [-] Ella to coach Canada
03/22/2007 [-] New Zealand beat Canada, enter second round
03/22/2007 [-] Canada Bravery award for Indian
03/22/2007 [-] Canada willing to boost ties with India Governor General Jean
03/22/2007 [-] EQ 4.5 Port Hardy, BC, Canada PRELIMINARY REPORT
03/22/2007 [-] Couple urges routine screening for pregnancy condition
03/22/2007 [-] Cricket- New Zealand beat Canada by 114 runs
03/22/2007 [-] Children from across Canada pick winning names for RCMP puppies
03/22/2007 [-] Canadian Stocks May Rise on Oil, Metals; EnCana, Teck May Gain
03/22/2007 [-] Canada go down to Kiwis by 114 runs
03/22/2007 [-] Vincent ends drought as New Zealand overpower Canada
03/22/2007 [-] U.S. moves to limit Canadian trash
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03/22/2007 [-] Canada clinches top playoff seed, Sweden's reign ends at wom
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03/22/2007 [-] Muslim women allowed to cover face when voting
03/22/2007 [-] RIFCO Expands Operations to Atlantic Canada Grants 50M in Loans
03/22/2007 [-] New Zealand beat Canada by 114 runs
03/22/2007 [-] Live cricket Canada score freely chasing 364
03/22/2007 [-] Shell Canada plans new refinery in Ontario
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03/22/2007 [-] Canada's Airports Safe, Airports Group Says
03/22/2007 [-] Sears Canada Appoints Chief Marketing Officer
03/22/2007 [-] Liberals allege ex-MP was paid off to give his riding to Day
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03/22/2007 [-] Klondike gold miners give tentative OK to new placer rules
03/22/2007 [-] Crown argues accused in sex slaying of Edmonton girl had intent to kill
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03/22/2007 [-] New Zealand beat Canada, enter Super Eight stage
03/22/2007 [-] Ontario promises era of 'sustainable surpluses'
03/22/2007 [-] B.C. Ferries to release report on Queen of the North sinking next week
03/22/2007 [-] Tories blasted for giving electoral reform contract to group that opposes idea
03/22/2007 [-] Calgary bus, C-Train drivers promise work-to-rule
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03/22/2007 [-] Crowded ERs worse this year Couillard
03/22/2007 [-] PQ will give Montreal new powers Boisclair
03/22/2007 [-] 18. KNM to spend RM50mil on Canada ops
03/22/2007 [-] Province doles out awards for current teachers, cash for retirees
03/22/2007 [-] Yahoo! Canada News Health
03/22/2007 [-] U of S, faculty association strike tentative deal
03/22/2007 [-] People, cows getting sick from road dust, oilpatch residents say
03/22/2007 [-] Canadian port security said too lax
03/22/2007 [-] Parents make last pitch to save schools
03/22/2007 [-] Shell Canada eyes Ontario village for new refinery
03/22/2007 [-] N.S. budget expected to postpone promises, include little new spending
03/22/2007 [-] Baird warns Canadian firms off trading in greenhouse-gas emissions credits
03/22/2007 [-] Tories say new sponsorship program won't be like old Liberal scheme
03/22/2007 [-] Take another look at Day's road to Parliament, Liberals ask RCMP
03/22/2007 [-] N.L. calls on Ottawa to endorse Kelowna Accord bill
03/22/2007 [-] THA to get agriculture help from Canada
03/22/2007 [-] 2007 Cricket World Cup New Zealand vs Canada
03/22/2007 [-] We want to work weekends Montreal car dealers
03/22/2007 [-] Beware the emerald ash borer, Manitobans warned
03/22/2007 [-] Winnipeggers call on health officials to 'Save our Grace'
03/22/2007 [-] All luggage screened at Calgary airport, agency says
03/22/2007 [-] Black Caps break records in win over Canada
03/22/2007 [-] New Zealand break records in win over Canada
03/22/2007 [-] Refugee from Nepal given sanctuary in Ottawa church
03/22/2007 [-] One year later, fatal B.C. ferry sinking remains 'night to remember'
03/22/2007 [-] Liberals bog down clean air act committee with amendments MPs
03/22/2007 [-] Ontario reaches out to poor in pre-election budget
03/22/2007 [-] Harper jeopardizing Canada's reputation Ignatieff
03/22/2007 [-] More money needed for infection control, says B.C. watchdog
03/22/2007 [-] Controversial Shallow Bay application gets green light
03/22/2007 [-] New pair of dead ravens found in Iqaluit
03/22/2007 [-] N.W.T. protesters hold water rally at Alberta legislature
03/22/2007 [-] Contract talks end between Morneau, Twins
03/22/2007 [-] Longest-surviving triple-bypass patient dies
03/22/2007 [-] Generic Norvasc seen soon, as decision hits Pfizer
03/22/2007 [-] Global warming puts Canada's hunted seals on thin ice
03/22/2007 [-] Ontario Liberals reach out to most vulnerable residents in pre-election budget
03/22/2007 [-] Some vets say latest pet food scare shows need for stricter regulations
03/22/2007 [-] Harper's comments on Liberals and Taliban are outrageous Dion
03/22/2007 [-] Lax Canadian port security leave US, Canada vulnerable
03/22/2007 [-] Accused takes the stand in Sussex manslaughter trial
03/22/2007 [-] Tectura and Wakefield Canada Inc. Recognized for Outstanding Business Achievements
03/22/2007 [-] World Cup Canada vs. New Zealand
03/22/2007 [-] Natural Resources Canada Canada's New Government Invests in
03/22/2007 [-] ADM Official Canadian Biofuels Could Stall on Clawback
03/22/2007 [-] Canada putting up fight against NZ
03/22/2007 [-] Canada's new government marks World Water Day with National Water Strategy
03/22/2007 [-] Bomb in sea container could 'lay waste' to North American target senators
03/22/2007 [-] Tax credit for wheat and barley check-off administered by Canada's Western Grains Research Foundation
03/22/2007 [-] CBC/Radio-Canada presents a new approach to governing public broadcasting in Canada
03/22/2007 [-] Police charge man with sexual assault of prostitute
03/22/2007 [-] 14 Gatineau teens arrested in school drug crackdown
03/22/2007 [-] Canada Moves to Better Protect Endangered Animals
03/22/2007 [-] Black's lawyer attacks former Hollinger CEO Paris
03/22/2007 [-] Ex-cop pleads guilty to sexual assaults
03/22/2007 [-] Ex-media boss Black's successor branded incompetent at US trial
03/22/2007 [-] Whitehorse tests CBC-TV's IQ about the North
03/22/2007 [-] Summerside racino deal in place, city says
03/22/2007 [-] Car burns on University Avenue
03/22/2007 [-] No mail for messy Canada neighborhood
03/22/2007 [-] Alberta man pleads guilty to blog threat against prime minister
03/22/2007 [-] One formula for whole country Flaherty
03/22/2007 [-] Terence Bay standoff ends peacefully
03/22/2007 [-] Bill aims at greener Nova Scotia by 2020
03/22/2007 [-] Worlds Canada to face Denmark in playoff
03/22/2007 [-] CANADA Counterinsurgency Manual Shows Military's New Face
03/22/2007 [-] Cameras can stay in Talisman's locker room, says commissioner
03/22/2007 [-] Glenbow's 12M exhibit honours Alberta's mavericks
03/22/2007 [-] Mamma Mia, Movin' Out coming to Alberta
03/22/2007 [-] Almost 4 out of 5 Canadians believe in global warming poll
03/22/2007 [-] Sask. First Nation buys Ralph Klein's old plane
03/22/2007 [-] Sandwiches pulled from marketplace in Nova Scotia
03/22/2007 [-] PM says he wants Canada to become clean energy superpower


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