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04/20/2007 [-] Cab driver in dragging death was 'under attack,' inquest told
04/20/2007 [-] Generex Biotechnology Granted Patents in Canada and Mexico
04/20/2007 [-] Canada regulators get shake-up
04/20/2007 [-] Shell Canada's Mather to retire
04/20/2007 [-] Native protest blocks major Canadian rail line
04/20/2007 [-] Ottawa to take hard look at federal prison system Day
04/20/2007 [-] Inquiry to be held in pathologist's errors
04/20/2007 [-] Memorial service pays tribute to N.S. teacher
04/20/2007 [-] Harper touched by an angel while getting makeup done
04/20/2007 [-] Break in store for most N.L. power consumers
04/20/2007 [-] Fallen soldier led by example comrades
04/20/2007 [-] Forbidden swim kills endangered Banff snails
04/20/2007 [-] Beating death under investigation
04/20/2007 [-] Power outage near Tofield continues
04/20/2007 [-] Tenants of city-run building demand rebate
04/20/2007 [-] Military identifies soldier killed in accident
04/20/2007 [-] Ottawa to fund Winnipeg human rights museum
04/20/2007 [-] Land-dispute in eastern Ont. blocks train traffic
04/20/2007 [-] Ex-Ontario Tory minister to lead review of prisons
04/20/2007 [-] Chinatown restoration too expensive, say owners
04/20/2007 [-] Caught On Tape Homes Slide Off Cliff In Canada
04/20/2007 [-] Quebec judge rejects Crown bid for pub ban at hearing for alleged cop killer
04/20/2007 [-] WestJet extends talks on delayed reservation system
04/20/2007 [-] Canada talks to United Arab Emirates about joining Afghan fight
04/20/2007 [-] Memorial service pays tribute to N.S. teacher killed at Virginia Tech
04/20/2007 [-] Student in N.S. charged after showing toy gun, referencing Virginia shooting
04/20/2007 [-] Outstanding Ernst & Young Volunteers Rewarded with 20,000 in Donations to Charities Across Canada
04/20/2007 [-] Quebec artists hope to build following at Ottawa festival
04/20/2007 [-] Federal NDP recruits former Quebec Liberal minister
04/20/2007 [-] Friends remember slain instructor
04/20/2007 [-] Welfare recipients get no boost from Yukon budget
04/20/2007 [-] Canola oil blamed for lagoon fire
04/20/2007 [-] Dozens of sea lions drown at B.C. fish farm
04/20/2007 [-] NDP recruits Mulcair for next election
04/20/2007 [-] Tories accused of hand-picking candidate
04/20/2007 [-] Disabled woman gets apology from BC Ferries
04/20/2007 [-] Laperriere & Verreault sells unit for 850M
04/20/2007 [-] Union doubts Michelin's plans at Granton
04/20/2007 [-] Williams unveils pre-election plan for Labrador
04/20/2007 [-] Unchecked global warming would spawn unparalleled depression, Suzuki warns
04/20/2007 [-] NDP recruits ex-Quebec environment minister Thomas Mulcair for next election
04/20/2007 [-] Former Ontario Tory minister to lead review of Canadian prison system
04/20/2007 [-] Union members picket outside union office
04/20/2007 [-] Mother drowns trying to save daughter, 5
04/20/2007 [-] Hundreds being evacuated from Sask. First Nation
04/20/2007 [-] Profs at public universities say no more private institutions
04/20/2007 [-] Moncton urged to enforce contract with Co-op Atlantic
04/20/2007 [-] Union doubts Michelin's plans at Granton
04/20/2007 [-] Canada retail sales inch up on gas-price rise
04/20/2007 [-] Canada dlr gets boost from retail data, bonds dip
04/20/2007 [-] Prices help Canada February retail sales inch up
04/20/2007 [-] Teen attacked over music on bus platform police
04/20/2007 [-] Wellington MLA quits nomination race
04/20/2007 [-] Feds to back human-rights museum?
04/20/2007 [-] Apartment fire kills woman in Ottawa
04/20/2007 [-] Man receives life sentence in Cambridge Bay murder case
04/20/2007 [-] Payday borrowers have few options federal study
04/20/2007 [-] Family seeks help with nitrates trouble
04/20/2007 [-] Capital Diary week starting Apr. 20
04/20/2007 [-] Persistent pack ice off N.L. continues to trap 100 sealing vessels
04/20/2007 [-] Payday borrowers have few, if any, options, federal study finds
04/20/2007 [-] Fish-farm nets snare, drown 51 sea lions off Vancouver Island
04/20/2007 [-] Mohawks block rail line in land protest
04/20/2007 [-] Pickton Trial Insects in human remains
04/20/2007 [-] Protest derails Via passengers
04/20/2007 [-] Land-claim dispute in eastern Ontario shuts down Via, CN rail traffic
04/20/2007 [-] Soldier's death a first for elite Canadian unit
04/20/2007 [-] Suzuki to deliver environmental petition to Baird
04/20/2007 [-] New Brunswick honours 6 artists
04/20/2007 [-] Amherst loses gas station over border competition
04/20/2007 [-] N.B. industry leery of power rate hike
04/20/2007 [-] Shift in winds could bring relief to ice-locked sealers
04/20/2007 [-] Man charged with murder in Kennedy subway stabbing
04/20/2007 [-] Native protest blocks Via Rail line near Kingston
04/20/2007 [-] Health Canada to review practice of egg freezing
04/20/2007 [-] Prices help Canada retail sales inch up in March
04/20/2007 [-] Toronto stocks poised to bounce back on oil, M&A
04/20/2007 [-] Rail blockage in eastern Ont. forces Via Rail passengers onto buses
04/20/2007 [-] Former Mountie jailed for Net child luring
04/20/2007 [-] Lottery winner credits dead pal
04/20/2007 [-] Police confirm 2 Barrie tots were drowned
04/20/2007 [-] Chinese-language station urges expulsion of envoy
04/20/2007 [-] Tories issue veiled threat over Senate reform
04/20/2007 [-] Pack ice off N.L. continues to trap sealing vessels
04/20/2007 [-] Baird defends Conservative position on Kyoto
04/20/2007 [-] Lecturer, 76, remembered as a hero by his family
04/20/2007 [-] 5 people dead in head-on collision near Peterborough
04/20/2007 [-] TrentonWorks plant piques interest, Hurlburt says
04/20/2007 [-] N.S. memorial to honour teacher killed at Virginia Tech
04/20/2007 [-] Snow crab to be processed at P.E.I. plant
04/20/2007 [-] Opposition supports fixed election dates
04/20/2007 [-] Five people dead in head-on collision near Peterborough
04/20/2007 [-] Compensation in wings as landslides rock town
04/20/2007 [-] Exxon Mobil Canada Ltd.
04/20/2007 [-] No clues found in riverbank search for missing fisherman
04/20/2007 [-] Guilty plea entered over pit bull attack
04/20/2007 [-] Ont. homeowners pay dearly for electricity price certainty
04/20/2007 [-] Subway murder suspect arrested
04/20/2007 [-] Call it a 'miracle on 401'
04/20/2007 [-] Police cars may go global
04/20/2007 [-] Girl lives, rescuer mom dies
04/20/2007 [-] Half of Edmonton 911 calls bogus
04/20/2007 [-] Mom blames surgery wait in death
04/20/2007 [-] Jury in Canadian mass murder trial gets a break after weeks of testimony
04/20/2007 [-] Canada eyes wheat export to India
04/20/2007 [-] Raptors facing Carter, Nets in playoffs
04/20/2007 [-] Mounties deploy rampage protocol
04/20/2007 [-] Sawed-off gunman
04/20/2007 [-] Stars avoid elimination in OT
04/20/2007 [-] No evidence to link brother of Pickton to murders, jury told
04/20/2007 [-] Stars beat Canucks in OT to avoid elimination
04/20/2007 [-] Ottawa to name CN arbitrator by Monday
04/20/2007 [-] Canada dollar reverses course to end down
04/20/2007 [-] Six Indians jailed for using forged UK passports to Canada
04/20/2007 [-] Canada angry at Uighur sentence
04/20/2007 [-] Forget the 'gimmicks,' expand medical wait-times list, says CMA president
04/20/2007 [-] SkyTrain attackers' car found by police
04/20/2007 [-] Top court rejects Nygard's overtime appeal
04/20/2007 [-] Canada's opposition seeks exit timetable for Afghanistan
04/20/2007 [-] Ottawa to name CN arbitrator by Monday minister
04/20/2007 [-] Top court won't hear Wal-Mart appeal against Sask Labour Relations Board
04/20/2007 [-] English striker Dichio signs with Toronto MLS team
04/20/2007 [-] Flaherty cool to NDP plan to stop ABM 'gouging'
04/20/2007 [-] Boston burns Blue Jays' bullpen
04/20/2007 [-] Tories issue veiled threat of possible election over Senate reform
04/20/2007 [-] Alberta budget promises record 33B in spending
04/20/2007 [-] Energy-rich Alberta forecasts C2.18 bln surplus
04/20/2007 [-] Daughter of slain professor calls for tougher gun laws
04/20/2007 [-] New Democrats submit formal request for answers on Harper's stylist
04/20/2007 [-] Robert Pickton's brother focus of questioning at Pickton murder trial
04/20/2007 [-] Ethnic Uighur's life sentence blow to Sino-Canadian relations
04/20/2007 [-] Senators oust Penguins in 5 games
04/20/2007 [-] Flames even up with Wings
04/20/2007 [-] Flames even up with Red Wings
04/20/2007 [-] Pulse's Caribbean Model Search moves across Europe, US, Canada
04/20/2007 [-] Canada denounces China's life sentence of human-rights activist
04/20/2007 [-] Ethnic Uighur's life sentence blow to Sino-Canadian relations
04/20/2007 [-] North Bay students represent Canada at the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition
04/20/2007 [-] Translation error blamed for slur
04/20/2007 [-] Bragg Creek featured prominently in Dream Homes of Canada
04/20/2007 [-] Shell Canada's CEO Clive Mather stepping down in June
04/20/2007 [-] Tories regret participation in parade honouring alleged terrorist
04/20/2007 [-] Chinese company sorry for offensive couch label
04/20/2007 [-] Critics Harper should pay for own fashion advice
04/20/2007 [-] Canadian Stocks Fall the Most in 5 Weeks on China Rate Concern
04/20/2007 [-] Parents demand investigation into misdiagnosis resulting in son's death
04/20/2007 [-] Jobless Rate Could Soar on Kyoto Compliance Canada
04/20/2007 [-] Inside the data The inflation picture across Canada
04/20/2007 [-] Canada starts huge seal hunt
04/20/2007 [-] Canada's annual inflation rises
04/20/2007 [-] Crystallex Files Final Prospectus in Canada for C53,125,000 Offering of 12,500,000 Common Shares
04/20/2007 [-] Toews joins Team Canada
04/20/2007 [-] Canada dominates Interactive Emmy Awards at MipTV
04/20/2007 [-] Canada issues formal protest on Celil life sentence
04/20/2007 [-] Shell Canada's Clive Mather to retire in June
04/20/2007 [-] Canada to face USA in U-18 semifinals
04/20/2007 [-] Patients demand complaints against MDs be public
04/20/2007 [-] Alberta budget promises record 33B spending
04/20/2007 [-] World Performance Technology Expert Emil Kossev Joins Podium Canada
04/20/2007 [-] 125M from province to fund Winnipeg infrastructure
04/20/2007 [-] Top court rejects Nygard's overtime appeal
04/20/2007 [-] Winnipeg city councillor's apartment declared 'insanitary'
04/20/2007 [-] Virginia Tech gunman calmly shot victims in French class, survivors say
04/20/2007 [-] Canadian, U.S. media split over killer's video
04/20/2007 [-] Police release video of robbery-kidnapping suspect
04/20/2007 [-] Ruptured pipeline fixed, some landowners remain concerned
04/20/2007 [-] Flood waters forcing Fishing Lake residents out
04/20/2007 [-] Court weighs border stops of U.S. Muslims who attended conference in Canada
04/20/2007 [-] Canada's opposition seeks exit timetable for Afghanistan
04/19/2007 [-] Province mulls forcing hospitals to report suspect injuries
04/19/2007 [-] Boot Chinese ambassador from Canada, Celil's wife says
04/19/2007 [-] Calgary woman says province unfairly took foster child
04/19/2007 [-] Mourners overflow churches as 2 more soldiers laid to rest
04/19/2007 [-] Noah Richler wins 25,000 B.C. award for non-fiction
04/19/2007 [-] B.C. privacy watchdog to investigate former Campbell deputy
04/19/2007 [-] Homeowners foot the bill as Vancouver businesses get huge tax break
04/19/2007 [-] SkyTrain attackers' car found by police
04/19/2007 [-] Alberta budget promises record 33B in spending
04/19/2007 [-] Inuit health office to open in Ottawa Clement
04/19/2007 [-] Yukon delivers 862M budget
04/19/2007 [-] Recall expanded for Magnetix building sets
04/19/2007 [-] Report blames fog, low night flying for fatal crash
04/19/2007 [-] Quebec man arrested in satellite signal theft probe
04/19/2007 [-] Korea and Canada Resume FTA Talks Next Week
04/19/2007 [-] Architects to redraw Royal Alberta Museum expansion
04/19/2007 [-] Jobless rate could soar on Kyoto compliance-Canada
04/19/2007 [-] Patient returned to mental health centre
04/19/2007 [-] RIM keeps quiet as BlackBerry system appears to be returning to normal
04/19/2007 [-] Journalist beaten with cricket bat fears for life
04/19/2007 [-] China tells Canada to stay out of Uighur case
04/19/2007 [-] CBC host, francophone publisher honoured by Manitoba writers
04/19/2007 [-] 17.5M fix on the way for Misericordia
04/19/2007 [-] 13-year-old with semi-automatic rifle arrested in Winnipeg
04/19/2007 [-] Miramichi methadone clinic suspends 'carry-outs'
04/19/2007 [-] Canada's opposition seeks exit timetable for Afghanistan
04/19/2007 [-] Ottawa's National Gallery reaches deal with union
04/19/2007 [-] NDP demands explanation for 200,000 grant
04/19/2007 [-] Accident kills CN worker in Cornwall
04/19/2007 [-] Ont. won't set policy for dealing with warning signs in students
04/19/2007 [-] RCMP gather school blueprints, photos to prepare for shootings
04/19/2007 [-] 20 child autopsies by pathologist questionable report
04/19/2007 [-] Toews invited to Team Canada training camp
04/19/2007 [-] Hefty bill for policing Canucks playoff run
04/19/2007 [-] Canada mum freezes eggs so daughter can have child
04/19/2007 [-] Expand medical wait-times list, says CMA president
04/19/2007 [-] Cdn. held in India on sex charges awaits decision
04/19/2007 [-] Power outage may have played a part in couple's death
04/19/2007 [-] Turfed Tory plans lawsuit against party
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian government calls in Chinese envoy over jailing of activist
04/19/2007 [-] Protein in brain may be key to storing memory, could help Alzheimer's study
04/19/2007 [-] Alberta to tighten conflict-of-interest rules for top bureaucrats, legislators
04/19/2007 [-] Dumont unveils ADQ shadow cabinet
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian victim's daughter flies to Virginia
04/19/2007 [-] Teen shot at house party in B.C.
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian victim's daughter flies to Virginia
04/19/2007 [-] Insects on remains at Pickton farm clue to how long they were there expert
04/19/2007 [-] Defence lawyer in B.C. Rail fraud case accuses RCMP of lying to public
04/19/2007 [-] Former Rayner colleagues testify at trial
04/19/2007 [-] P.E.I. proposes fixed election dates
04/19/2007 [-] Canada may cancel Katara's visa
04/19/2007 [-] Regina students sent home following threats
04/19/2007 [-] People would pay more for power to help environment Nilson
04/19/2007 [-] Fredericton school letting parents decide on French
04/19/2007 [-] Power outage may have played a part in couple's death
04/19/2007 [-] RCMP gathers school blueprints, photos to prepare for shootings
04/19/2007 [-] Trial date set for underage Gypsy charged with theft from Calgary stores
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian prof's daughter at Virginia Tech to retrace mother's last moments
04/19/2007 [-] Canada condemns China for jailing man for life
04/19/2007 [-] Inuvik college to train addictions counsellors
04/19/2007 [-] Long lineups for passports persist
04/19/2007 [-] Cautious Canucks look to end Stars' post-season
04/19/2007 [-] Premier's ally faces questions about lobbying
04/19/2007 [-] Bahamian woman charged with using credit card of missing Canadian man
04/19/2007 [-] Ottawa's largest taxi fleet to get in-car cameras
04/19/2007 [-] Vancouver businesses get huge tax break
04/19/2007 [-] Premier's ally faces questions about lobbying
04/19/2007 [-] Ottawa to review ethnic Uighur's punishment in China
04/19/2007 [-] Canada risks 'deep recession' under Kyoto environment minister
04/19/2007 [-] Sealing vessels could remain stuck in ice off N.L. for a week coast guard
04/19/2007 [-] No guarantee of balanced-budget law Marshall
04/19/2007 [-] Blue Jackets cut GM MacLean loose
04/19/2007 [-] NDP presents bill to scrap ATM fees
04/19/2007 [-] Several homes on edge as Newfoundland town braces for more landslides
04/19/2007 [-] Canada mom freezes eggs so daughter can have child
04/19/2007 [-] Memorial planned for Cdn. killed at Virginia Tech
04/19/2007 [-] Undeclared drug estazolam found in sleep aid product, Health Canada warns
04/19/2007 [-] Health Canada issues warning about herbal product
04/19/2007 [-] Canada party presents bill to scrap ATM fees
04/19/2007 [-] Newfoundland town fears landslides will pull homes
04/19/2007 [-] SCC won't hear appeal of ruling on overtime pay
04/19/2007 [-] Touching photo tribute to fallen N.B. soldier
04/19/2007 [-] Both directions of U.S.-Canada travel fall
04/19/2007 [-] Consumer group, Opposition critical of gas pricing changes
04/19/2007 [-] Blue Jackets fire MacLean as president, GM
04/19/2007 [-] For information on P.E.I., write to Maine
04/19/2007 [-] Canada's water can't be taken for granted
04/19/2007 [-] Bell Canada awarded for North American online security leadership
04/19/2007 [-] Will Wal-Mart Customers Predict Canada's Next Stanley Cup Champions
04/19/2007 [-] Economic analysis shows implementing Bill C-288 would plunge Canada into a recession
04/19/2007 [-] Shell Canada President and CEO Clive Mather announces retirement
04/19/2007 [-] Quebec gun control plan not the answer, groups say
04/19/2007 [-] Mayor faces backlash over closed-door meetings
04/19/2007 [-] Canada inflation quickens, rate hike seen possible
04/19/2007 [-] Shell Canada announces president and CEO Clive Mather will retire in June
04/19/2007 [-] Shell Canada CEO retires as company goes private
04/19/2007 [-] Threats force board to delay hearing into Edmonton-Calgary power line
04/19/2007 [-] 'One good pull' saved woman from oncoming train rescuer
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian Stocks Fall; Research In Motion Leads Technology Slide
04/19/2007 [-] Discoverers of Nunavut fish fossil hope to net more
04/19/2007 [-] Deal averts teachers' strike in central Alberta
04/19/2007 [-] Regulator eases offshore N.S. petroleum exploration
04/19/2007 [-] Collision near Kentville kills 2 young women
04/19/2007 [-] Michelin cuts 100 jobs in Nova Scotia
04/19/2007 [-] Chinatown revitalization gets extra push
04/19/2007 [-] Ferry trip an ordeal for disabled woman
04/19/2007 [-] Ontario's Tories vow to power up more nuclear plants
04/19/2007 [-] Green limousine service pushes for airport licence
04/19/2007 [-] Northern residents keep eye on Saskatchewan River
04/19/2007 [-] Gang members refuse to testify at Haiart trial
04/19/2007 [-] Grand Forks looks back on its 'flood of the century'
04/19/2007 [-] Agricore accepts Richardson takeover bid
04/19/2007 [-] 2 more Atlantic soldiers laid to rest
04/19/2007 [-] Triathlon Triathlon Canada Announces 2004 Kids of Steel Race Series
04/19/2007 [-] Results of coroner review expected today
04/19/2007 [-] Passport rules likely account for travel decline
04/19/2007 [-] Mourners gather for soldier's funeral in N.B.
04/19/2007 [-] Sealing vessels remain stuck on ice off N.L.
04/19/2007 [-] Baird says Kyoto would lead to economic collapse
04/19/2007 [-] Presumed organ-donation consent bothers people in Ontario, report finds
04/19/2007 [-] Gasoline prices drive up inflation in Canada
04/19/2007 [-] Memorial service planned for former N.S. teacher killed at Virginia Tech
04/19/2007 [-] Target of Grand Manan vigilantes misses court
04/19/2007 [-] Meeting Kyoto 'bad economic policy' Baird
04/19/2007 [-] Indian MP accused in Canada people smuggling plot
04/19/2007 [-] Buckingham trial delayed until next week
04/19/2007 [-] Overpass builders failed to follow design engineer
04/19/2007 [-] 3 men sought in Kennedy station stabbing
04/19/2007 [-] STU president wants answers on merger plan
04/19/2007 [-] NB Power rate announcement expected Thursday
04/19/2007 [-] Reprieve found for Eastport, King's Point students
04/19/2007 [-] Woman in car died from medical condition
04/19/2007 [-] Ottawa cuts energy audit program for industry
04/19/2007 [-] China warns Canada to stay out of Xinjiang terrorism case
04/19/2007 [-] Baird paints apocalyptic scenario of Kyoto compliance for committee
04/19/2007 [-] Touching photo tribute to fallen N.B. soldier greets mourners at his funeral
04/19/2007 [-] Hormone therapy, ovarian cancer link
04/19/2007 [-] Budget will help Alberta cope with rapid growth Oberg
04/19/2007 [-] Ten reasons to visit Nova Scotia
04/19/2007 [-] Toronto stock index drops 108 points at open
04/19/2007 [-] Vandal forces costly cleanup in Coldbrook
04/19/2007 [-] Raccoon knocks out power in Halifax
04/19/2007 [-] Monster Employment Index Canada Rises 17 Points in March
04/19/2007 [-] Toronto students banned from using cellphones in schools
04/19/2007 [-] Reprieve found for Eastport, King's Point students
04/19/2007 [-] Temporary bypass found for Daniel's Harbour
04/19/2007 [-] Canada's annual inflation rises to 2.3% in March on higher gasoline prices
04/19/2007 [-] Canada March inflation quickens on gasoline
04/19/2007 [-] Hot Docs film festival to offer 'feisty' lineup
04/19/2007 [-] Grits to introduce motion on Afghanistan pullout
04/19/2007 [-] Gunman committed suicide in Canadian prof's class
04/19/2007 [-] Gas prices pump up annual inflation rate to 2.3%
04/19/2007 [-] St Lucia's unemployed line up for jobs in Canada
04/19/2007 [-] Canada's annual inflation rises to 2.3% in March on higher gasoline prices
04/19/2007 [-] Canada's annual inflation rate rises to 2.3%
04/19/2007 [-] Supplies low for ice-bound N.L. sealers
04/19/2007 [-] Temporary bypass found for Daniel's Harbour
04/19/2007 [-] Canada Donates Sh7b for Displaced Persons, Refugees' Food
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian in China sentenced to life in prison
04/19/2007 [-] Royal commission on nitrates to be considered
04/19/2007 [-] Edmonton a draw for crooks
04/19/2007 [-] Liberals to introduce motion for 2009 Afghan withdrawal
04/19/2007 [-] Buckingham trial set to open
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian Commodities Stocks, Research In Motion May Decline
04/19/2007 [-] China jails Uighur-Canadian 'terrorist' for life
04/19/2007 [-] Add cyber bullies to teen problems
04/19/2007 [-] Cellphone ban plan riles kids
04/19/2007 [-] Student bomb maker avoid jail
04/19/2007 [-] Women gone but not forgotten
04/19/2007 [-] Mounties admit error in fatal crash
04/19/2007 [-] China jails Canadian for life
04/19/2007 [-] Liberals to introduce motion for Canada to withdraw from Afghan fighting by 2009
04/19/2007 [-] Police grab suspected hackers in Canada, Taiwan
04/19/2007 [-] Canada takes Tour of Georgia lead
04/19/2007 [-] BJP MP 'took Rs 30 lakh' to take woman to Canada
04/19/2007 [-] Senators poised to eliminate Penguins
04/19/2007 [-] Boston's Wakefield stumps Jays
04/19/2007 [-] 76ers down Raptors in finale
04/19/2007 [-] Senators poised to oust Penguins
04/19/2007 [-] China jails Uighur activist for life news agency
04/19/2007 [-] More than 100 ships trapped by ice in Canada
04/19/2007 [-] Ice imperils 100 seal-hunt vessels off Canada coast
04/19/2007 [-] Flames hope home rule continues
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian Stocks Rise, Led by Manulife; Gold, Materials Decline
04/19/2007 [-] Raptors lose regular-season finale, prepare for post-season
04/19/2007 [-] CN lifts lockout of workers
04/19/2007 [-] Expert witness can't explain mystery DNA, Pickton trial told
04/19/2007 [-] Alta. youth pleads guilty in animal cruelty case
04/19/2007 [-] CN invites workers back after legislation passes
04/19/2007 [-] S. Korea, Canada to have FTA talks next week
04/19/2007 [-] Wakefield outduels Ohka as Red Sox beat Blue Jays
04/19/2007 [-] Flooding closes sewage station in Sask village, schoolchildren sent home
04/19/2007 [-] Youth charged with abuse of Alberta dog pleads guilty to animal cruelty
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian soldier in Afghanistan dies in non-combat accident
04/19/2007 [-] Harper honours Mulroney once a rival, now an inspiration
04/19/2007 [-] Canadian professor's boss fears her class worst hit by Virginia Tech killer
04/19/2007 [-] Canada U.S. lumber deal not 'falling apart,' says Harper
04/19/2007 [-] Canada Celebrates National Meetings Industry Day
04/19/2007 [-] Canada Mulls Diluting Emissions Targets Document
04/19/2007 [-] Police warn public after mental-health centre patient leaves Jays game
04/19/2007 [-] Students, teachers' group win B.C. bus ad fight
04/19/2007 [-] One inquiry into ferry worker's death sufficient premier
04/18/2007 [-] Canada-U.S. lumber deal not 'falling apart,' says Harper
04/18/2007 [-] RCMP scandal needs a public inquiry, MPs say
04/18/2007 [-] Ont. women say Ottawa, MacKay 'incompetent' in Ianiero case
04/18/2007 [-] Canada seal hunters stuck in ice
04/18/2007 [-] Calgary says goodbye to Hidy and Howdy
04/18/2007 [-] Subject of Canada-wide warrant arrested in Red Deer
04/18/2007 [-] Bill proposes fixed election date for Manitoba
04/18/2007 [-] Canada Wheat Board suspends 07-08 barley outlook
04/18/2007 [-] Canada-U.S. lumber deal not 'falling apart,' says Harper
04/18/2007 [-] Desperate search ends with gruesome find
04/18/2007 [-] Crown, Pickton defence agree on evidence handling
04/18/2007 [-] Voisey's Bay support staff launch strike
04/18/2007 [-] Record spending expected in Alberta budget just the 'price of prosperity'
04/18/2007 [-] Key witness in RCMP scandal denies wrongdoing before Commons committee
04/18/2007 [-] Thousands mourn soldiers in N.L., New Brunswick
04/18/2007 [-] More than 100 seal hunting ships trapped by ice off Newfoundland
04/18/2007 [-] Algerian held in US for five years asks for probe into Canada's role
04/18/2007 [-] Taxpayers paying for Harper's image adviser, Tories admit
04/18/2007 [-] Home tumbles over cliff as another landslide hits small Newfoundland town
04/18/2007 [-] Crook wins damages for injury during theft
04/18/2007 [-] Women given prominent role as Charest unveils minority government
04/18/2007 [-] Williams calls for Flaherty to resign, accusing him of misleading N.L.
04/18/2007 [-] Canada crook wins damages for injury during theft
04/18/2007 [-] Tentative agreement at the National Gallery of Canada
04/18/2007 [-] Small Canada grain handlers buy Vancouver terminal
04/18/2007 [-] Canada South Korea free trade talks a non starter with auto sector
04/18/2007 [-] Canada mulls diluting emissions targets – document
04/18/2007 [-] Manitoba car thieves to wear GPS locators
04/18/2007 [-] Canada dollar ends at 5-1/2 mth-high
04/18/2007 [-] Canada links U.S. softwood protest to housing slump
04/18/2007 [-] Yellowknife police seek driver in hit-and-run
04/18/2007 [-] Yukon NDP to propose smoking ban in public places
04/18/2007 [-] Agreement on evidence handling at Pickton trial
04/18/2007 [-] MacKay Ottawa pressing Mexico on Ianiero case
04/18/2007 [-] Air force vets declare war on museum display
04/18/2007 [-] Harper to appoint Brown as elected senator
04/18/2007 [-] Italy on top, Canada up in FIFA rankings
04/18/2007 [-] Italy returns to No. 1 in FIFA rankings; Canada climbs 9 spots
04/18/2007 [-] Canada 'Spread the Net' campaign fights malaria
04/18/2007 [-] Communications breakdown cited in asbestos controversy at B.C. school
04/18/2007 [-] Vancouver homeowners could face whopping tax hike
04/18/2007 [-] Irving Oil unfair in refusal to buy home, Mispec woman says
04/18/2007 [-] Women prominent in Quebec's streamlined cabinet
04/18/2007 [-] Mayor launches 1,000-day transformation campaign
04/18/2007 [-] Voisey's Bay support staff launch strike
04/18/2007 [-] Media tour on seal hunt may be 'too late,' Europeans say
04/18/2007 [-] Daughter of slain Cdn heads to Va.
04/18/2007 [-] Ontario AG blasts Ottawa's quiet gun amnesty extension
04/18/2007 [-] Canada-South Korea free trade talks a non-starter with auto sector
04/18/2007 [-] Brown to be first elected senator
04/18/2007 [-] Stiles, MacAlpine-Stiles deny spying allegations
04/18/2007 [-] Tories oust MLA over budget vote
04/18/2007 [-] Harper appoints Albertan senator-in-waiting
04/18/2007 [-] Mumps make it to P.E.I.
04/18/2007 [-] Women prominent in Quebec's streamlined cabinet
04/18/2007 [-] Suspect sought in Ottawa cabbie robbery
04/18/2007 [-] Shoplifter awarded 12,000 in damages
04/18/2007 [-] CN to keep lockouts till back-to-work law official
04/18/2007 [-] Air force vets say war museum display shows them as war criminals
04/18/2007 [-] Patient 'sitters' coming to Calgary hospitals
04/18/2007 [-] Canada mulls diluting emissions targets document
04/18/2007 [-] Ianiero suspects say government, MacKay 'utterly incompetent'
04/18/2007 [-] Charlottetown stink seeping across harbour
04/18/2007 [-] Crown, defence agree on evidence handling at Pickton trial
04/18/2007 [-] Lights out in Ontario for incandescent bulbs
04/18/2007 [-] Winnipeg woman, 89, thanks stranger who pulled her from oncoming train
04/18/2007 [-] Body parts in garbage bags lead to Montreal arrest
04/18/2007 [-] Team Nova Scotia gets kudos from premier
04/18/2007 [-] N.S. equalization worries prompt number-crunching
04/18/2007 [-] First transatlantic trade union planned by USW, British groups
04/18/2007 [-] Fares plunge at Air Canada, WestJet
04/18/2007 [-] Canada RWR/ESM contract
04/18/2007 [-] Harper appoints Albertan as Canada's first elected senator
04/18/2007 [-] Exonerated in court, Norman's Cove man weeps with relief
04/18/2007 [-] Amalgamation plan dead Grand Falls-Windsor mayor
04/18/2007 [-] Williams demands Flaherty quit over new equalization numbers
04/18/2007 [-] Harper to appoint Bert Brown as his first elected senator
04/18/2007 [-] Body parts found in Montreal man's garbage bags
04/18/2007 [-] 1M to go to N.B. fish hatcheries
04/18/2007 [-] Saint John trauma director favours ban on children riding ATVs
04/18/2007 [-] N.B. flight college first in Canada to join global network
04/18/2007 [-] DNA match renewed murder investigation, court hears
04/18/2007 [-] Algerian held in U.S. nearly 5 years wants Canada's role probed
04/18/2007 [-] Libs release TV ads portraying Dion as leader
04/18/2007 [-] Ice forces evacuation of vessels off N.L.
04/18/2007 [-] Transatlantic trade union planned by USW, British groups
04/18/2007 [-] Royal Bank of Canada files preliminary prospectus for issuance of Trust Subordinated Notes
04/18/2007 [-] Cayuga International Speedway Hosts First NASCAR Canadian Tire Series Race in Canada
04/18/2007 [-] Ianiero suspects call MacKay 'utterly incompetent'
04/18/2007 [-] Canadian cruise ship passenger drowns in Barbados
04/18/2007 [-] Canadian guns kill three as RCHA battery finally flexes its military muscle
04/18/2007 [-] World Sikh Organization of Canada not a participant in development of 8-point Agenda.
04/18/2007 [-] Board approves closures at Greenview School
04/18/2007 [-] House passes CN Rail back-to-work bill
04/18/2007 [-] 'Christians only' cabin creates controversy
04/18/2007 [-] Conservatives drop in polls
04/18/2007 [-] Cyber-bullying remains big problem for Canadian youth Survey
04/18/2007 [-] House topples, highway closes in Daniel's Harbour
04/18/2007 [-] Liberals hope to highlight Stephane Dion's leadership skills in new TV ads
04/18/2007 [-] Fire leaves 300 homeless in Fort McMurray
04/18/2007 [-] Mayor ready to study new downtown arena
04/18/2007 [-] Ontario blasts feds on gun registry amnesty
04/18/2007 [-] Police question Bahamian over missing Calgary man
04/18/2007 [-] Shoplifter awarded 12,000 in damages
04/18/2007 [-] Vancouver neighbourhood on edge after woman attacked
04/18/2007 [-] Ontario turns out the lights on incandescent bulbs
04/18/2007 [-] Spanish employed to question minister on Mexican employees
04/18/2007 [-] Carleton dean calls it quits after 3 months
04/18/2007 [-] Rwandan war crimes trial resumes in Montreal
04/18/2007 [-] Man found by police carrying body parts in bags
04/18/2007 [-] Mourners gather for soldiers' funerals
04/18/2007 [-] Friends mourn 'sunshine' shot down at Virginia Tech
04/18/2007 [-] Calgary council adopts 8-a-month recycling
04/18/2007 [-] Former OPP officer faces more indecent assault charges
04/18/2007 [-] Archie Campbell, justice who headed SARS inquiry, dies after lengthy illness
04/18/2007 [-] Indian MP arrested at airport with 'fake family'
04/18/2007 [-] Police sifting through body parts in Montreal murder mystery
04/18/2007 [-] Signs of life return to BlackBerry as e-mail begins to move after outage
04/18/2007 [-] First of six funerals for Cda soldiers killed Easter Sunday held in N.L.
04/18/2007 [-] Oil drop keeps Toronto stocks flat despite BCE
04/18/2007 [-] Mtl war crimes trial resumes for man accused in Rwandan genocide
04/18/2007 [-] Ontario blasts feds for quietly extending amnesty for gun registry
04/18/2007 [-] 'Christians only' cabin creates controversy
04/18/2007 [-] Probation recommended for First Nations University
04/18/2007 [-] Friends mourn 'sunshine' shot down at Virginia Tech
04/18/2007 [-] Funeral for soldiers held in N.L.
04/18/2007 [-] 900,000 pot bust in London
04/18/2007 [-] Winnipegger honours Virginia Tech friend in online tribute
04/18/2007 [-] Vancouver activist group accused of trying to 'silence' critic
04/18/2007 [-] Calgary construction worker missing in the Bahamas
04/18/2007 [-] Calgary council adopts 8-a-month recycling
04/18/2007 [-] Bell Canada Enterprises might be taken private
04/18/2007 [-] OPTI Canada to Host Q1 2007 Conference Call on April 26, 2007
04/18/2007 [-] Clearly Canadian's New Enhanced Daily Waters Launch in 7-Eleven Canada
04/18/2007 [-] Candlelight memorial pays tribute to Callwood's legacy
04/18/2007 [-] Judge who headed SARS inquiry dies after lengthy illness
04/18/2007 [-] Ontario blazes ahead with light bulb ban
04/18/2007 [-] Massive system failure temporarily halts BlackBerry e-mails
04/18/2007 [-] Convictions in 1975 gang rape overturned for Lutselk'e men
04/18/2007 [-] Archie Campbell dead after lengthy illness
04/18/2007 [-] Canada's big guns speak again to Taliban
04/18/2007 [-] Ont. blasts feds for extending amnesty for gun registry
04/18/2007 [-] Justice Archie Campbell dies after lengthy illness
04/18/2007 [-] BlackBerry email service restored for 'most' RIM
04/18/2007 [-] Fiennes launches Nunavut search for Inuk leading lady
04/18/2007 [-] Provincial budget passes
04/18/2007 [-] Mourners to gather for soldiers' funerals
04/18/2007 [-] Blaney says Tory crossed the floor over money
04/18/2007 [-] Voisey's Bay support staff holding strike vote
04/18/2007 [-] Inquiry into ferry worker's death calls for changes
04/18/2007 [-] Canada's big guns speak again to Taliban after three-day lull
04/18/2007 [-] Montreal police not amused by paintball prank
04/18/2007 [-] Miller lets NDP membership lapse
04/18/2007 [-] Charest expected to announce smaller cabinet
04/18/2007 [-] Stage set for showdown on RCMP pension scandal
04/18/2007 [-] Landslides prompt brief closure of Newfoundland highway
04/18/2007 [-] Crushing ice puts home-bound N.L. sealers at risk
04/18/2007 [-] UPEI constantly reviewing security
04/18/2007 [-] Pack ice forces evacuation of vessels off Newfoundland and Labrador
04/18/2007 [-] Canada's big guns speak again to Taliban after three-day lull
04/18/2007 [-] Some users say e-mail starting to flow after RIM BlackBerry e-mail failure
04/18/2007 [-] Stocks seen rising on M&A fever; RIM eyed
04/18/2007 [-] Potential Liberal candidate charged with fraud
04/18/2007 [-] New video game studio in Canada
04/18/2007 [-] Royal Bank of Canada agrees to buy half of Bahamas-based bank
04/18/2007 [-] Judge to rule in Middleton case within few weeks
04/18/2007 [-] Canada growth to rebound, rates seen on hold
04/18/2007 [-] Halifax budget delivers same services, higher taxes
04/18/2007 [-] Indian lawmaker tries to sneak woman to Canada on wife's passport
04/18/2007 [-] Calgary oil and gas worker missing in the Bahamas
04/18/2007 [-] Funeral services this week for six slain soldiers
04/18/2007 [-] Secrecy could undermine torture inquiry lawyers
04/18/2007 [-] Processors must help with nitrates problem Bagnall
04/18/2007 [-] Final hep C screening clinics for Ashby patients
04/18/2007 [-] Mourners gather for St. John's soldier's funeral
04/18/2007 [-] British astrophysicist who worked in Canada freed on child porn charges
04/18/2007 [-] Mourners gather for St. John's soldier's funeral
04/18/2007 [-] Landslides prompt closure of Newfoundland highway
04/18/2007 [-] Woman, 78, attacked during home robbery
04/18/2007 [-] Stormy weather grounds Notre Dame Bay ferry
04/18/2007 [-] Canada Police, politician fight over terror act
04/18/2007 [-] More troops get their Tim Hortons
04/18/2007 [-] Canadian strip-searched, jailed
04/18/2007 [-] Edmonton attracting criminal element
04/18/2007 [-] Calgarian feared dead in Bahamas
04/18/2007 [-] Funeral services begin for six soldiers killed in Easter Sunday attack
04/18/2007 [-] Virginia Tech-type guns largely prohibited in Canada
04/18/2007 [-] Canucks love/hate their ATMs
04/18/2007 [-] NDP pushes gun crackdown
04/18/2007 [-] Winnipeg website names teen suspects
04/18/2007 [-] Senior pulled from path of train
04/18/2007 [-] Calgary claws back in series
04/18/2007 [-] Luongo, Canucks outduel Stars
04/18/2007 [-] MPs pass bill ordering CN employees back to work
04/18/2007 [-] Khalistani numbers rising in Canada
04/18/2007 [-] Reports to the ISSE/SEP Conference Canada and Italy
04/18/2007 [-] Police investigating after Calgary man working in Bahamas reported missing
04/18/2007 [-] Man charged in attacks on young Edmonton girls found fit for trial
04/18/2007 [-] Senators take 3-1 series lead back to Ottawa
04/18/2007 [-] eTalk Remains Canada's No. 1 Entertainment News Program
04/18/2007 [-] House of Commons passes bill ordering CN employees back to work
04/18/2007 [-] SaskEnergy reports 53M profit
04/18/2007 [-] Mother of Regina stabbing victim speaks out
04/18/2007 [-] Police search for missing Calgary man in Bahamas
04/18/2007 [-] SaskTel racks up 72.5M profit
04/18/2007 [-] Image-guided robot called a surgical 'milestone'
04/18/2007 [-] SaskEnergy reports 53M profit
04/18/2007 [-] Man accused of exposing women to HIV had sex without condom, court hears
04/18/2007 [-] Police, opposition blast Tory move to cripple gun registry
04/18/2007 [-] Whitehorse shelves controversial downtown proposed changes
04/18/2007 [-] Study in new medical journal compares health outcomes in Canada and U.S.
04/17/2007 [-] Winnipeggers snap up orchestra subscriptions
04/17/2007 [-] Good Samaritans save senior stuck on railway tracks
04/17/2007 [-] Canada Coalition Against Wildlife Trafficking
04/17/2007 [-] Report Global warming's grim effect on U.S., Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Callwood made Canada proud
04/17/2007 [-] Canada advances to Under-18 semfinals
04/17/2007 [-] Siliguri players shine in Canada
04/17/2007 [-] B.C. ski resort should be put to a vote opponents
04/17/2007 [-] Canada's new Government invests in the future of the Old Port of Montreal Corporation
04/17/2007 [-] Media Advisory Bringing the outside in; Forum on Canada's North
04/17/2007 [-] LOMA Canada Annual Conference Focuses on Winning through Change!
04/17/2007 [-] DaimlerChrysler Canada Names New Vice President
04/17/2007 [-] Tories weaken long-term GHG cutting target
04/17/2007 [-] CANADA 'Prince of Pot', Hockey and a U.S. Extradition Hearing
04/17/2007 [-] SaskTel racks up 72.5M profit
04/17/2007 [-] Mishandled rape case draws fire
04/17/2007 [-] Owner to rebuild Dawson hotel damaged by fire
04/17/2007 [-] 2010 Games' gondola to break records
04/17/2007 [-] Canadian robot melds brain surgery, rocket science
04/17/2007 [-] Premiers forced to shout since Harper won't hold meeting, Sask minister says
04/17/2007 [-] Pension fund duel for Bell Canada parent BCE Inc. looms on horizon
04/17/2007 [-] Ranchers, environmentalists call for development halt
04/17/2007 [-] Image-guided robot called a surgical 'milestone'
04/17/2007 [-] Foreign graduates face racism, Kenyan says
04/17/2007 [-] Canada's largest telecom in talks for private equity buyout
04/17/2007 [-] Media Advisory Transport Canada Update
04/17/2007 [-] North America's Biggest Biofuels Refinery Slated for Alberta, Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Strahl wants CFIA to review pet food problem
04/17/2007 [-] Lawyer Black co-defendant followed securities laws
04/17/2007 [-] HIV-positive man had sex without condom, court hears
04/17/2007 [-] Strahl chomps down on pet food problem, launches regulatory review
04/17/2007 [-] Poll Nat'l support for Tories still see-sawing
04/17/2007 [-] Task force recommends rent control in Alberta
04/17/2007 [-] Dion blasts PM's charter anniversary snub
04/17/2007 [-] Federal lawyers argue for secrecy at inquiry into torture of three Canadians
04/17/2007 [-] Lawmakers grieve for Canada teacher shot in Virginia massacre
04/17/2007 [-] Defence Department announces new fund to help military families
04/17/2007 [-] New Brunswick couple crosses legislature floor to join Liberal government
04/17/2007 [-] Island activist ordered to pay 1,500
04/17/2007 [-] New poll suggests national support for Tories still see-sawing
04/17/2007 [-] Tab for Harper's makeup maven remains a mystery
04/17/2007 [-] Tory MP Anders will learn Wednesday if he must fight new nomination battle
04/17/2007 [-] Flames minus Regehr for Game 3
04/17/2007 [-] Canada should take lead in nuclear talks Dallaire
04/17/2007 [-] Summerside moves on tourism tax
04/17/2007 [-] Island activist ordered to pay 1,500
04/17/2007 [-] Island greens bleeding red ink
04/17/2007 [-] Human traces found near Beairsto's body dog handler
04/17/2007 [-] Thousands of barrels of oil spilled, company says
04/17/2007 [-] Cyber-bullying could lead to school expulsion in Ontario
04/17/2007 [-] Met Theatre to become Canad Inns-run restaurant
04/17/2007 [-] Hillier launches fund to help military families in Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Caribou directors committed fraud, judge rules
04/17/2007 [-] Shea Heights remains belong to teenager police
04/17/2007 [-] Woman beaten at Vancouver SkyTrain station
04/17/2007 [-] Quebecor calls for Canada to move faster on adding to wireless spectrum
04/17/2007 [-] Burke affirms pardon for previous conviction
04/17/2007 [-] Chinese Defector Describes Agents' Reach in Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Tab for PM's makeup maven remains a mystery
04/17/2007 [-] Ont. school target of dual bomb threats
04/17/2007 [-] Over 250,000 still lack power in U.S. East, Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Entertainment Tonight Canada now the country's No.1 entertainment news program
04/17/2007 [-] EQO Named One of Canada's Top 'Up and Comers' by Branham Group
04/17/2007 [-] Many N.B. doctors too busy to treat addicts, says medical society
04/17/2007 [-] Former Conservative candidate fined for liquor smuggling
04/17/2007 [-] Dion blasts PM's charter anniversary snub
04/17/2007 [-] Ammonia leak shutters Labrador hockey arena
04/17/2007 [-] Anxiety part of daily life, injured soldier's mother says
04/17/2007 [-] Fall provincial election Calvert's preference
04/17/2007 [-] Volunteers question the name Capital Ex
04/17/2007 [-] Shrimp trawling does not pose great risk to crab research
04/17/2007 [-] First Nation band office destroyed in suspicious fire
04/17/2007 [-] Government union facing its own labour dispute
04/17/2007 [-] Fall provincial election Calvert's preference
04/17/2007 [-] Canucks eye Texas sweep
04/17/2007 [-] High winds, storm surges predicted for second day
04/17/2007 [-] University flags lowered in 'sorrow and outrage'
04/17/2007 [-] 'Conscience of community' spurs Fair Trade town
04/17/2007 [-] Police won't rule out second gunman at Virginia Tech
04/17/2007 [-] About 42,000 Quebec households still without power after heavy snowfall
04/17/2007 [-] Virginia Tech shooting prompts review of security at Canadian universities
04/17/2007 [-] Husband confirms loss of former Nova Scotia resident in Virginia shootings
04/17/2007 [-] Fire chief condemns lack of cellphone service in Ibex Valley
04/17/2007 [-] Novelists, poet, make up 2007 Giller Prize jury
04/17/2007 [-] Campus shooting prompts security review in Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Virginia Tech gunman described as 'a loner'
04/17/2007 [-] New Brunswick couple crosses legislature floor
04/17/2007 [-] Premier launches public consultation on senior care
04/17/2007 [-] Stiles, MacAlpine-Stiles cross the floor
04/17/2007 [-] Calgary, Edmonton tackle dirty streets
04/17/2007 [-] Canada`s BCE confirms buyout talks
04/17/2007 [-] Ottawa tech company challenges awarding of 400M contract
04/17/2007 [-] 9M Stanley Park restoration gets go-ahead
04/17/2007 [-] BOMA Canada Launches Pandemic Planning Guide and Information Site
04/17/2007 [-] Fidelity Bank & Trust and Royal Bank of Canada announce merchant banking joint venture
04/17/2007 [-] Royal Bank of Canada Announces Preferred Share Issue
04/17/2007 [-] Bell Canada Parent in Sale Talks With Pension Funds
04/17/2007 [-] Police, bylaw officers out in force for Calgary street ministry
04/17/2007 [-] N.B. couple crosses floor to join Liberal gov't
04/17/2007 [-] Over 250,000 still without power in U.S. East and Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Candlelight memorial to celebrate Callwood's life
04/17/2007 [-] Nunavut boys' deaths raise questions about safety
04/17/2007 [-] Southern N.S. wary of storm surge as forecasters predict heavy rain, wind
04/17/2007 [-] Over 250,000 still without power in US East and Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Canada's BCE confirms buyout talks
04/17/2007 [-] Manitoba schools review security after Virginia shooting
04/17/2007 [-] City council to discuss new Assiniboine Park group
04/17/2007 [-] Man fit to stand trial in sexual assault on girls
04/17/2007 [-] 'Paint the Island' festival planned
04/17/2007 [-] Saint John critics invisible at public meeting
04/17/2007 [-] N.B. students stunned by Virginia campus shootings
04/17/2007 [-] Gov't took 15 months to act over troubled caisse affidavit
04/17/2007 [-] B.C. man ordered to share Super 7 jackpot with ex-wife
04/17/2007 [-] Nunavut boys' deaths raise questions about safety
04/17/2007 [-] 'Paint the Island' festival planned
04/17/2007 [-] University flags lowered in 'sorrow and outrage'
04/17/2007 [-] Sailors convicted of drug trafficking
04/17/2007 [-] Quebec woman identified as shooting victim
04/17/2007 [-] Toronto mulls over trans fat ban
04/17/2007 [-] Minister takes heat over Vancouver Convention Centre costs
04/17/2007 [-] Today's Parent to donate 50,000 to children's charities in Canada
04/17/2007 [-] BCE confirms talks on possible sale
04/17/2007 [-] Dollar rises on higher oil, weak US
04/17/2007 [-] BCE merger news boosts stock index
04/17/2007 [-] Rail strike hampers Canada Feb factory shipments
04/17/2007 [-] Quebecer among 32 Virginia Tech victims
04/17/2007 [-] Candlelight memorial to celebrate Callwood's life
04/17/2007 [-] Ontario premier says campuses should review security in wake of U.S. shooting
04/17/2007 [-] Dion says Liberals would reinstate court challenges program cut by Tories
04/17/2007 [-] Garda World Security wins Canada Border Services Agency contract
04/17/2007 [-] Bike helmet bylaw stalls in Saskatoon
04/17/2007 [-] Grumpy old driver
04/17/2007 [-] Dehcho, military reach understanding on consultation chief
04/17/2007 [-] Bell Canada parent BCE in talks on possible sale
04/17/2007 [-] Burin workers 'swallow' FPI conditions heading into strike
04/17/2007 [-] Quebec residents still powerless after spring storm
04/17/2007 [-] Charter of Rights celebrates 25 years; still the subject of debate
04/17/2007 [-] KKR, pension funds in talks to take BCE private
04/17/2007 [-] Power problems nearly over Hydro One
04/17/2007 [-] Names of Virginia Tech victims start to come out; police identify gunman
04/17/2007 [-] Chretien defends Charter values on 25th anniversary
04/17/2007 [-] Canadian prof says, 'It can happen anywhere'
04/17/2007 [-] New memberships scrutinized in tight nomination race
04/17/2007 [-] Andrew Potter Let us now take a moment to praise Europe
04/17/2007 [-] Broadcasters try to tune in to Sydney radio market
04/17/2007 [-] Shelburne County hit with power outages
04/17/2007 [-] BCE in buyout talks with Canada-led group
04/17/2007 [-] PM's snub of charter anniversary 'shocking' Chrétien
04/17/2007 [-] Man accused of killing policeman faces weapon charges
04/17/2007 [-] Bell Canada parent BCE in talks with pension funds
04/17/2007 [-] Candlelight procession to remember June Callwood
04/17/2007 [-] Bell Canada parent BCE Inc. talking to pension funds about possible sale
04/17/2007 [-] Spadina closed after three-alarm fire
04/17/2007 [-] Winnipeg website identifies youthful suspects
04/17/2007 [-] Canada Council spreads additional funding from coast to coast
04/17/2007 [-] Tumbling soil puts highway at risk in Daniel's Harbour
04/17/2007 [-] Wharf closed to lobster fishermen
04/17/2007 [-] Wikipedia new election battleground
04/17/2007 [-] Autopsy planned for body found in Shea Heights
04/17/2007 [-] Cramming students cautioned against taking stimulant without prescription
04/17/2007 [-] Son killed in bus crash mourned
04/17/2007 [-] Teacher charged in student sex case
04/17/2007 [-] Massive tax attack in Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Dad crashed car, not crook cops
04/17/2007 [-] Court praises slain woman's parents
04/17/2007 [-] Child molester gets life sentence
04/17/2007 [-] China rejects criticism of anti-piracy efforts, says Canada worse
04/17/2007 [-] Canada makes second contribution to Asia-Pacific gender fund/t
04/17/2007 [-] Wyoming escapees return from Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Former NHLer Duchesne dead at 44
04/17/2007 [-] Blue Jays forced to shelve Johnson, Ryan, Glaus
04/17/2007 [-] Update on Canada's cruel baby seal hunt
04/17/2007 [-] Canada makes second contribution to Asia-Pacific gender fund
04/17/2007 [-] Chinese defector describes agents' reach in Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Canada rebukes Russia for crackdown on dissent
04/17/2007 [-] No Eaves for Senators in Game 4
04/17/2007 [-] Seal hunt protesters pull out of Newfoundland
04/17/2007 [-] Federal labour minister fast-tracks Commons bill to end CN strike
04/17/2007 [-] Chretien questions PM's snub of charter anniversary
04/17/2007 [-] Survivors of Canada's school shooting say healing process is slow, painful
04/17/2007 [-] Isuzu Commercial Truck Establishes Distributor in Canada
04/17/2007 [-] 4 killed in head-on crash northeast of Montreal
04/17/2007 [-] Tories grilled over length of Afghanistan mission
04/17/2007 [-] Company cleaning up after oil spill
04/17/2007 [-] Snow storm blankets eastern Canada
04/17/2007 [-] Doctor crisis looms for Brandon ER
04/17/2007 [-] 4 dead, 9 hurt on way to jobs at Que. meat-packing plant
04/17/2007 [-] Canadian sextuplets mired in rights row
04/17/2007 [-] Canada rebukes Putin for 'heavy-handed' crackdown on Russian dissent
04/17/2007 [-] Man charged in death of Quebec police officer hit with eight more charges
04/17/2007 [-] Archbishop of Canterbury to meet with U.S. church to discuss gay priests, marriage
04/17/2007 [-] Protest groups pull out after one of the most uneventful seal hunts in years
04/17/2007 [-] Secret draft plan says Conservatives to stabilize greenhouse emissions by 2012
04/17/2007 [-] Nothing simple, little clear about RCMP pension scandal
04/17/2007 [-] Would-be Conservative politician pleads guilty to smuggling alcohol
04/17/2007 [-] CN Rail says strike deal unlikely
04/17/2007 [-] Nunavut honours aviation pioneers
04/16/2007 [-] Ottawa plans to end CN labour dispute minister
04/16/2007 [-] Anglican leader, U.S. Episcopal bishops to meet as conflict flares over sexuality
04/16/2007 [-] Zaccardelli denies coverup in RCMP pension fund scandal
04/16/2007 [-] Chamber music festival moves on in wake of failed talks
04/16/2007 [-] Canadian arts deserve support, Ottawa told
04/16/2007 [-] Islander safe after Virginia college shooting
04/16/2007 [-] - Anglican Meeting Set on Gay Issue
04/16/2007 [-] Fugitive to be extradited from Canada
04/16/2007 [-] Thin ice, too little snow From Canada's north, a ground
04/16/2007 [-] U.S.-Canada gap nears 5B
04/16/2007 [-] Nor'easter Storm Set To Sweep Into Eastern Atlantic Canada
04/16/2007 [-] Media Advisory/News Tip/Photo Opportunity Health & Safety Canada Conference and Trade Show Activities
04/16/2007 [-] Feds reject request for tsunami warning sirens in Tofino
04/16/2007 [-] B.C. synagogue targeted with Nazi symbol, obscenities
04/16/2007 [-] Cancer claims farmer-statesman Jack Wiebe
04/16/2007 [-] Tories 'sending a message' with green promises
04/16/2007 [-] Scientists continue mapping of disputed Arctic ridge
04/16/2007 [-] Calgary teacher charged with sexual exploitation
04/16/2007 [-] 4 killed in crash northeast of Montreal
04/16/2007 [-] Fire safety fears for disabled
04/16/2007 [-] 1 dead after overturned truck crushes car
04/16/2007 [-] Essar to buy Canada's Algoma Steel
04/16/2007 [-] Pesticides may be hurting honeybees researcher
04/16/2007 [-] Anonymous critic of Saint John city hall set to reveal identity
04/16/2007 [-] Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Opens New Facilities in Canada and the US
04/16/2007 [-] 4.1M loan to support flax oil plant
04/16/2007 [-] Police car rammed, Mountie injured
04/16/2007 [-] Eaves sidelined for Game 4
04/16/2007 [-] Canadian sextuplet survivors said doing better
04/16/2007 [-] Cdn student hasn't moved from dorm room
04/16/2007 [-] Carp Road dump expansion delay pleases mayor
04/16/2007 [-] Blair's wife defends slain Ont. teen
04/16/2007 [-] Funeral held for boy killed in bus crash
04/16/2007 [-] 4.1M loan to support flax oil plant
04/16/2007 [-] Hundreds of Winnipeg homes still vulnerable to floods
04/16/2007 [-] Canadians are steaming about Canada's inaction!
04/16/2007 [-] Canada Lands Company Limited Announces Old Port of Montr al Corporation Board Appointments
04/16/2007 [-] XM Canada reports strong revenue growth in second quarter
04/16/2007 [-] Deadline approaching for Canada's premier awards on the business of the environment
04/16/2007 [-] Notice IKEA Canada
04/16/2007 [-] Use fish waste as fertilizer to reduce nitrates farm group
04/16/2007 [-] OPP crack down on 401 speeders
04/16/2007 [-] More than 132,000 without power as storm hits Ontario, Quebec
04/16/2007 [-] Former commissioner denies any coverup in RCMP pension fund scandal
04/16/2007 [-] At least 4 Canadians safe after Virginia Tech shootings


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