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04/30/2007 [-] Yonge-Bloor murder victim ID'd
04/30/2007 [-] PETA stages protest as Fur Council says Canadian exports increase
04/30/2007 [-] Internet ad revenue in Canada breaks 1B
04/30/2007 [-] Pioneering justice of Supreme Court, Bertha Wilson, dies
04/30/2007 [-] Alleged Aussie conman arrested in Canada
04/30/2007 [-] Canada was forewarned of 1985 Air India bombing CBC report
04/30/2007 [-] Jury selection underway in Alicia Ross murder trial
04/30/2007 [-] Prince Andrew to meet Halifax reservists
04/30/2007 [-] Group plans convoy on highway to protest ongoing native occupation
04/30/2007 [-] Canada warned of 1985 Air India bombing inquiry
04/30/2007 [-] French presidential candidate Sarkozy's Montreal office vandalized
04/30/2007 [-] Tory emissions plan falls short, says head of UN Kyoto body
04/30/2007 [-] Alberta to hold public meetings on land use
04/30/2007 [-] Tax deadline looms for millions of Canadians
04/30/2007 [-] Que. taekwondo federation won't bend on hijab ban
04/30/2007 [-] Loonie soars to highest level since September
04/30/2007 [-] P.E.I. pub handed 28-day suspension
04/30/2007 [-] Those Who Demand Apologies From Canada Often Owe Apologies To Canada
04/30/2007 [-] Canada warned of 1985 Air India bombing
04/30/2007 [-] Woman slain in stairwell entered building with killer police
04/30/2007 [-] Lobster fisherman falls overboard, dies
04/30/2007 [-] Taxi driver still haunted by dragging death after inquest
04/30/2007 [-] Biggest fish in Canadian waters put on endangered list
04/30/2007 [-] Occupation in Caledonia hurting Liberals
04/30/2007 [-] Snoop Dogg has Lethbridge sniffing out behaviour bonds
04/30/2007 [-] Most new immigrants happy to be in Canada study
04/30/2007 [-] Sheriff's officers courting new jurors
04/30/2007 [-] Former Vancouver officer recalls 1984 warning of bomb plot
04/30/2007 [-] Supreme Court nixes 2 Guantanamo prisoners' case against military commissions
04/30/2007 [-] Sheriff's officers courting new jurors
04/30/2007 [-] Jury selection begins in trial of accused killer of Alicia Ross
04/30/2007 [-] Winter homeless shelters close for the season
04/30/2007 [-] Excuses running out as income tax return filing deadline looms
04/30/2007 [-] China tops suspicious activity in Canada
04/30/2007 [-] Popular school programs eyed as enrolment boosters
04/30/2007 [-] Flood risk eases in Hay River
04/30/2007 [-] New Manitoba labour code kicks in
04/30/2007 [-] Leaders leave millions in promises along campaign trail
04/30/2007 [-] Fire conditions critical in southeast, official says
04/30/2007 [-] Better train safety regulations needed NDP
04/30/2007 [-] Hiker rescued on Vancouver Island
04/30/2007 [-] Canadian authorities were warned of Air India attack in advance
04/30/2007 [-] Urban DJs Catch Corporate Canada's Attention
04/30/2007 [-] Canada spank Young Boyz 3-0
04/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada enhances mobile data network access speeds
04/30/2007 [-] Toronto FC signs Kia Canada as official automotive partner
04/30/2007 [-] Ivanhoe Energy to Present at Raymond James Oil Sands of Canada Conference
04/30/2007 [-] Police officers must leave the building Montreal
04/30/2007 [-] Funeral, minute of silence on TTC pay tribute to worker
04/30/2007 [-] I Dream of Murder wins three Alberta film awards
04/30/2007 [-] One officer stabbed, another recovering from accident
04/30/2007 [-] Dollar rallies on strong GDP reading
04/30/2007 [-] Stocks lower on oil, metals prices
04/30/2007 [-] Charlottetown Transit kicks off monthly bus pass
04/30/2007 [-] Young heroes honoured
04/30/2007 [-] Teen girls killed together
04/30/2007 [-] Majority of new immigrants positive about coming to Canada
04/30/2007 [-] Jury selection in Alicia Ross murder trial
04/30/2007 [-] Sask. NDP caucus chief of staff resigns
04/30/2007 [-] The Mounties in crisis
04/30/2007 [-] Disability group to make up for federal cuts
04/30/2007 [-] Skateboarder dies after collision with car
04/30/2007 [-] Brown trout sinks old record
04/30/2007 [-] Woman slain in office tower stairwell
04/30/2007 [-] Former lieutenant-governor Crouse dead at 88
04/30/2007 [-] Minute of silence to be held in honour of transit worker
04/30/2007 [-] Workers at Halifax children's hospital walk off job
04/30/2007 [-] Strike begins at Atlantic region's biggest maternity and children's hospital
04/30/2007 [-] New route sought for Canada's warming Arctic ice road
04/30/2007 [-] Canada surprises with strong economic growth
04/30/2007 [-] Air India probe resumes with look at police, security officials
04/30/2007 [-] Charlottetown police probe online brawl videos
04/30/2007 [-] Advocates urge Canadians to be green in death
04/30/2007 [-] More GTA students punished over Facebook comments
04/30/2007 [-] Cash missing from Bank of Canada currency museum
04/30/2007 [-] Activists calling for more housing before Olympics
04/30/2007 [-] Immigrants struggle to find good jobs StatsCan
04/30/2007 [-] Strike begins at N.S. children's hospital
04/30/2007 [-] Air India probe resumes with look at authorities
04/30/2007 [-] IWK strike has Moncton MLA predicting hardship for families
04/30/2007 [-] Langenbrunner rescues Devils in double OT
04/30/2007 [-] 2 teens die after being hit by car on foggy Ontario road
04/30/2007 [-] Teen fatally stabbed at Ottawa gas station
04/30/2007 [-] Sentencing hearing for Iqaluit girl's murderer begins
04/30/2007 [-] Montrealers warned to expect extensive road repairs
04/30/2007 [-] Quebec Liberals will focus priorities, table new budget this spring
04/30/2007 [-] Strike begins at Atlantic region's biggest maternity and children's hospital
04/30/2007 [-] March may take appeal to political arena
04/30/2007 [-] FPI reaches deal to sell plants
04/30/2007 [-] Gore Calls Canada Climate Plan a 'Fraud'
04/30/2007 [-] Digby to shop for more doctors
04/30/2007 [-] Ankara 'criticizes' Canadas recognition of Armenian Genocide
04/30/2007 [-] Thousands gather for Sikh fest
04/30/2007 [-] Body found in Saint John park
04/30/2007 [-] China tells MacKay that Celil was not tortured
04/30/2007 [-] IWK workers walk off job
04/30/2007 [-] Shoal Harbour fire leaves 5 homeless
04/30/2007 [-] Coast Guard turns focus on remaining longliners
04/30/2007 [-] Gore calls Canada's greenhouse gas plan a 'total fraud'
04/30/2007 [-] FPI reaches deal to sell plants as strike looms
04/30/2007 [-] Government was warned of Air India bombing
04/30/2007 [-] China denies Canada access to jailed citizen
04/30/2007 [-] Vic businessman charged with fraud in Canada
04/30/2007 [-] Woman's body in office stairwell
04/30/2007 [-] Fighting deadly errors
04/30/2007 [-] Patient safety improves but ...
04/30/2007 [-] Unrestricted access
04/30/2007 [-] Teen killed at gas bar
04/30/2007 [-] Calgary cop stabbed in chest
04/30/2007 [-] Gore calls Canada climate plan a fraud
04/30/2007 [-] Perry powers Ducks past Canucks
04/30/2007 [-] Quebec cabinet minister regrets comments about people on social aid
04/30/2007 [-] Parents urge placing defibrillators in schools
04/30/2007 [-] Manitoba forest advocate wins environmental prize
04/30/2007 [-] Gore Calls Canada Climate Plan 'a complete and total fraud'
04/30/2007 [-] Canada's MacKay to raise Celil case with China
04/30/2007 [-] Government warned of Air India bombing CBC
04/30/2007 [-] Strike threat looms over N.S. children's hospital
04/30/2007 [-] Canada You Can Come Any Time You Want
04/30/2007 [-] No glorification of Sikh militants Canada
04/30/2007 [-] Canada's Weber suspended three games
04/30/2007 [-] 'We want to be the cleanest and smartest city in Canada
04/30/2007 [-] 'We want to be the cleanest and smartest city in Canada'
04/30/2007 [-] Canada's energy line shows its true colours
04/30/2007 [-] Fiji High Commission in Canada secures millions of dollars
04/30/2007 [-] Gore Canada Climate Plan a 'Fraud'
04/30/2007 [-] Trudeau wins Montreal riding nomination
04/30/2007 [-] Quebec cabinet minister apologizes for comments about people on social aid
04/30/2007 [-] Gore calls Canada climate plan a 'fraud'
04/29/2007 [-] 10th Round of Korea-Canada FTA Talks Finished
04/29/2007 [-] Ice, wind threaten homes in flooded Sask. region
04/29/2007 [-] Opposition leaders side with Gore against Baird
04/29/2007 [-] Gore Canada Climate Plan a 'Fraud'
04/29/2007 [-] Kavveri Telecom acquires Canada's DCI
04/29/2007 [-] Currency caper at Bank of Canada leaves cash till short
04/29/2007 [-] Gore says Canadian government's climate change plan a 'fraud ...
04/29/2007 [-] President back from Canada
04/29/2007 [-] Gore calls Canada climate plan a 'fraud'
04/29/2007 [-] Gore Calls Canada Climate Plan a 'Fraud'
04/29/2007 [-] Trudeau wins Montreal riding
04/29/2007 [-] Sask. minister sorry, but won't resign over comments made about fraud case
04/29/2007 [-] Currency caper at Bank of Canada leaves cash till short by 16,700
04/29/2007 [-] Inquiry into Air India bombing finally set to delve into key issues
04/29/2007 [-] Hard part just started for new N.S. Liberal boss
04/29/2007 [-] Media Advisory Canada takes its international air policy to new heights
04/29/2007 [-] Justin Trudeau waits for results in bid to enter federal politics
04/29/2007 [-] Vietnamese immigrants settled in over 25 years later
04/29/2007 [-] Canada's Weber banned 3 games at hockey worlds
04/29/2007 [-] Justin Trudeau makes pitch to Papineau Liberals
04/29/2007 [-] New N.S. Liberal leader faces challenges as party looks to rebuild
04/29/2007 [-] Currency caper at Bank of Canada leaves cash till short by 16,700
04/29/2007 [-] Chretien 'stunned' by how easily Virginia Tech killer got guns
04/29/2007 [-] European theatre prize awarded to Quebec's Lepage
04/29/2007 [-] Icebreakers freeing vessels off N.L. dealing with changing wind direction
04/29/2007 [-] Standoff at Chilliwack B.C. hotel ends peacefully after nearly 12 hours
04/29/2007 [-] Anti-poverty groups want to see fast action on promised housing before Olympics
04/29/2007 [-] Chretien 'stunned' by Virginia Tech killer's easy access to guns
04/29/2007 [-] Trudeau facing tough fight in first foray into politics
04/29/2007 [-] Gore blasts Canada's greenhouse-gas plan
04/29/2007 [-] Property tax hikes approved in Regina, Saskatoon
04/29/2007 [-] LAV-III's gunner camera gives grainy, video game take on real-life Afghanistan
04/29/2007 [-] Algerian held in U.S. nearly 5 years wants Canada's role probed
04/29/2007 [-] SWAT team blocks off road in Chilliwack, B.C. due to an apparent hostage taking
04/29/2007 [-] Parti Quebecois executives propose moving up party meeting, leadership review
04/29/2007 [-] News Photographers Association of Canada announces pictures of the year
04/29/2007 [-] Minority government becoming the new normal in Canada
04/29/2007 [-] Pine beetles poised to attack Canada's boreal forest
04/29/2007 [-] VIA service resumes following train derailment
04/29/2007 [-] Edmonton attracting criminal element
04/29/2007 [-] Edmonton a draw for crooks
04/29/2007 [-] Alert Edmonton garbage man saves tiny Yorkshire terrier from trash can
04/29/2007 [-] Missing Edmonton women not forgotten
04/29/2007 [-] Sealers stuck in Newfoundland ice
04/29/2007 [-] Baird attacks Gore over criticism of Tory green plan
04/29/2007 [-] Devils sink Senators in double OT to even series
04/29/2007 [-] Trudeau set to attempt the plunge into public life
04/29/2007 [-] Via resumes service after CN derailment
04/29/2007 [-] Canada not to tolerate 'glorification' of Sikh militants
04/29/2007 [-] Canada ekes past Germany, Swiss down Latvia
04/29/2007 [-] Mayers nets pair as Canada tops Germany
04/29/2007 [-] Mayers shines as Canada opens world championship with 3-2 win over Germany
04/29/2007 [-] Canada hit by Weber three-game ban
04/29/2007 [-] Canada slams glorification of Sikh militants
04/29/2007 [-] good afternoon, canada
04/29/2007 [-] Bear scare in Manitoba city
04/29/2007 [-] Edmonton streets to be less rowdy
04/29/2007 [-] Stabbing victim laid to rest
04/29/2007 [-] Friends mourn TTC worker
04/29/2007 [-] GG praises Jerome honorees
04/29/2007 [-] Building a better future
04/29/2007 [-] Canada to Build 40MW Solar Power Plant
04/29/2007 [-] Harper touts his 'open federalism' approach
04/29/2007 [-] POVERTY IN CANADA. Is Canada turning into a third world country?
04/29/2007 [-] Biography of Dorise Nielsen wins 4 Manitoba book awards
04/29/2007 [-] Harper champions 'open' federalism, conservative values after tough week
04/29/2007 [-] Canada tries diplomacy with China in row over jailed imam
04/29/2007 [-] Via says service to resume Sunday
04/29/2007 [-] Athletics Catch Canada at the Penn Relays live on ESPN2
04/29/2007 [-] Canada's New Government Invests 560,000 to Explore Mark
04/29/2007 [-] Canada doing right thing to protect privacy rights at border
04/29/2007 [-] Mayers shines as Canada opens world championship with 3
04/29/2007 [-] Liberal MP soon to expand adopted family
04/29/2007 [-] Houseboat owners fear flooding on B.C. river
04/29/2007 [-] Gore blasts Canada's greenhouse-gas plan
04/29/2007 [-] Go west in the great Canada oil rush of '07
04/29/2007 [-] RTNDA Canada announces 2006 Central Regional Award Recipients
04/29/2007 [-] Derailment blocks Via Rail service east of Toronto
04/29/2007 [-] Montreal hospital didn't hide information about babies' deaths official
04/29/2007 [-] Mid-May before decision on separating B.C. conjoined twins
04/29/2007 [-] Montreal hospital didn't hide information about babies' deaths, official says
04/29/2007 [-] Harper champions open brand of federalism as antidote to seperatist threat
04/29/2007 [-] Feds should deal with aboriginal disputes Fantino
04/29/2007 [-] Vancouver police make major weapons seizure
04/29/2007 [-] Montreal hospital apologizes to babies' parents
04/29/2007 [-] Newsmakers of the week April 28
04/29/2007 [-] Toronto FC lose home opener
04/29/2007 [-] Gore calls Tories' green plan a 'total fraud'
04/29/2007 [-] Baird rejects Gore's criticism of Tory green plan
04/29/2007 [-] Canada starts Worlds with a win
04/29/2007 [-] Dion tries to capitalize on N.S. anger over equalization at Halifax market
04/29/2007 [-] Gore blasts Canada's greenhouse-gas plan
04/29/2007 [-] Mideast films sweep Canadian documentary fest
04/28/2007 [-] Mayers shines as Canada opens hockey worlds with win over Ge
04/28/2007 [-] China bypasses Canada for Olympic torch run
04/28/2007 [-] Canada not part of Olympic torch route
04/28/2007 [-] Toronto FC lose home opener on late goal
04/28/2007 [-] McNeil new N.S. Liberal leader
04/28/2007 [-] Refugee backlog almost doubles as Tories dawdle on IRB appointments
04/28/2007 [-] Regina arts community hopes for downtown home
04/28/2007 [-] Derailment blocks busy Via Rail line
04/28/2007 [-] Gore calls Tories' green plan a 'total fraud'
04/28/2007 [-] Justin Trudeau to face voters in nomination fight
04/28/2007 [-] Train derailment near Cobourg halts VIA service
04/28/2007 [-] Toronto FC lose hard-fought home opener 1-0
04/28/2007 [-] Conjoined twins' family 'stumbling in dark'
04/28/2007 [-] Stephen McNeil wins N.S. Liberal leadership
04/28/2007 [-] Workers should dodge dangerous work union leader
04/28/2007 [-] Cockburn shines in trampoline
04/28/2007 [-] Justin Trudeau's attempt to enter federal politics set for critical test
04/28/2007 [-] Step-grandfather of conjoined twins says family 'stumbling through the dark'
04/28/2007 [-] Alta. unions mark int'l day of mourning days after oilsands fatalities
04/28/2007 [-] Annapolis MLA Stephen McNeil wins N.S. Liberal leadership in tight battle
04/28/2007 [-] Cockburn, MacLennan 1st in synchro trampoline
04/28/2007 [-] Soccer Saturday hits Canada
04/28/2007 [-] Mother's 'fresh start' crushed
04/28/2007 [-] Step-grandfather of conjoined twins says family 'stumbling through the dark'
04/28/2007 [-] Rights Group Appeals to Canada Over Darfur press release
04/28/2007 [-] Justin Trudeau's attempt to enter federal politics set for critical test
04/28/2007 [-] Federal cheques get bigger but not fatter as bank industry revolutionizes
04/28/2007 [-] Al Gore slams Tories' green plan
04/28/2007 [-] Wikinews Shorts for Canada April 28, 2007
04/28/2007 [-] Al Gore says Tories green plan a 'fraud designed to mislead Canadians'
04/28/2007 [-] Al Gore slams Tories' new environmental plan
04/28/2007 [-] Ashes of Star Trek's 'Scotty' head to space today
04/28/2007 [-] Is this the answer?
04/28/2007 [-] Dion talks environment, equalization with Nova Scotians at Halifax market
04/28/2007 [-] Beauty queen gives 'voice to voiceless'
04/28/2007 [-] New deal on air transport between Ireland and Canada
04/28/2007 [-] China and Canada A year of frosty relations
04/28/2007 [-] Sudan Rights Group Appeals to Canada Over Darfur
04/28/2007 [-] Small-cap market makes big gains
04/28/2007 [-] Ex-CFL QB faces sex charges
04/28/2007 [-] Cancer eclipsing heart disease
04/28/2007 [-] Break in horrific sex assault case
04/28/2007 [-] Taser cop convicted of assault
04/28/2007 [-] Temple Israel participates in 11th annual Shabbat Across America/Canada May 4
04/28/2007 [-] Turkey criticizes Canada's reference to alleged genocide
04/28/2007 [-] Ventas, Sunrise Merger Complete
04/28/2007 [-] Canucks even series against Ducks
04/28/2007 [-] 'Refugee' con wanted by Canada
04/28/2007 [-] Canada lowers climate goal
04/28/2007 [-] The Pipettes Coming to America and Canada!!!!!
04/28/2007 [-] 6 babies die of sink bacteria in Canada
04/28/2007 [-] Canada lags behind on climate change, despite Baird's boast to contrary
04/28/2007 [-] TransCanada still settled with coal, but looks ahead to nuclear
04/28/2007 [-] Couple who beat teen to death sentenced to life
04/28/2007 [-] Canada ad executive pleads guilty to fraud in sponsorship scandal
04/28/2007 [-] Leadership review not a priority for PQ, Boisclair says
04/28/2007 [-] CFIA on border lookout for plastics chemical that could enter food chain
04/28/2007 [-] Dion uses N.S. Liberal convention to bash Harper on environment, Afghanistan
04/28/2007 [-] McGill students' records made public on the web
04/28/2007 [-] PQ's Boisclair calls on supporters to stop party members from leaving
04/28/2007 [-] Canada unveils emissions plan
04/28/2007 [-] 2937077 Canada Inc. Announces Fiscal 2006 Results
04/28/2007 [-] Media Advisory Canada, United States and Mexico sign Trilateral Ministerial Declaration
04/28/2007 [-] Nets dispose of lifeless Raptors
04/28/2007 [-] PQ's Boisclair calls on supporters to stop party members from leaving
04/28/2007 [-] McGill students' records made public on the web
04/28/2007 [-] B.C. family awaits decision on conjoined twins
04/28/2007 [-] Canada sets reduced climate goal
04/28/2007 [-] Saint John women's shelter could close Monday
04/28/2007 [-] Suzuki confronts environment minister over green plan
04/28/2007 [-] Man who fired shotgun into ex-wife's house gets 5 years
04/28/2007 [-] N.L. premier casts Harper as wily deceiver
04/28/2007 [-] Canada lags behind on climate change, despite Baird's boast to contrary
04/28/2007 [-] Ottawa commits millions to Alberta aboriginal child welfare program
04/28/2007 [-] Edgy FLICK OFF campaign the best way to reach young people Premier
04/28/2007 [-] After seeking leadership review, key PQ player resigns
04/28/2007 [-] Parents not told why babies died at Montreal hospital
04/28/2007 [-] Special prosecutor in B.C. Rail case seemed to protect former lobbyistlawyer
04/28/2007 [-] VGS Seismic Canada Inc. Announces Appointment of New Director
04/28/2007 [-] Cancer may soon be Canada's deadliest disease
04/28/2007 [-] Canada Announces Tough Stance on Industrial GHG, Pollution
04/28/2007 [-] Canada aims to miss climate goal
04/28/2007 [-] Canada beauty queen gives 'voice to voiceless'
04/28/2007 [-] Cancer Bats Shriek And Shred Their Way Across Canada
04/28/2007 [-] HRW Letter to Prime Minister Harper of Canada Regarding the Crisis in Darfur
04/28/2007 [-] Grits bash Harper on environment, Afghanistan
04/27/2007 [-] Alberta reserves get 100M in federal funds to help families
04/27/2007 [-] Officer guilty of assault on jaywalker
04/27/2007 [-] Iqaluit council passes anti-violence policy
04/27/2007 [-] Canadian Ranger Paniloo to receive military funeral
04/27/2007 [-] Hay River residents watch for further flooding
04/27/2007 [-] N.Y Man Banned From Driving in Canada For 20-Years Windsor
04/27/2007 [-] Canada lagging on climate change
04/27/2007 [-] Former director told Black to be more 'humble'
04/27/2007 [-] 'Strong' DNA link in Beairsto case, expert testifies
04/27/2007 [-] Calgary police officer badly hurt in crash
04/27/2007 [-] Federal Tories reopen nominations in Calgary West
04/27/2007 [-] Canada's New Government assists homeless Aboriginal people in ...
04/27/2007 [-] Dirty drains blamed in Canada baby deaths
04/27/2007 [-] Landsbanki Opens in Winnipeg, Canada
04/27/2007 [-] Investors cheer, greens jeer Canada emissions plan
04/27/2007 [-] Canada aims to miss climate goal
04/27/2007 [-] Environmentalists take logging fight to YouTube
04/27/2007 [-] Winnipeg police arrest boy, allege he had semi-automatic rifle in coat
04/27/2007 [-] Opposition presses NDP over missing caucus money
04/27/2007 [-] More midwives, birthing centre part of Tory plans
04/27/2007 [-] Edmonton cab dispute getting ugly report
04/27/2007 [-] Election looming, budget not passed
04/27/2007 [-] Ontario gives Plasco 4M for Ottawa waste project
04/27/2007 [-] Quebec teen charged with death of schoolmate gets conditional release
04/27/2007 [-] Ice blows off northeastern N.L., raising chances of sealing boat rescues
04/27/2007 [-] Calgary traffic officer critical after multi-vehicle crash on freeway
04/27/2007 [-] B.C. man accused of helping finance terrorism scammed millions, regulator says
04/27/2007 [-] Ex-Hollinger director urged Conrad Black be 'humble'
04/27/2007 [-] Canadian bilked investors in fake commodity market
04/27/2007 [-] Layton wants opposition help in getting Clean Air Act back to Commons
04/27/2007 [-] Economists expect scant economic impact from climate plan
04/27/2007 [-] Capitalism blurs enlightenment, serenity of yoga film
04/27/2007 [-] Canada a top 10 tourist destination
04/27/2007 [-] Ford Credit Canada Limited Announces Canadian Lease Securitization Transaction
04/27/2007 [-] Canada 'pretty good' balancing human rights, security
04/27/2007 [-] Canada's New Government Supports British Columbia Coalition of People with Disabilities
04/27/2007 [-] Whitehorse grocery stores hit with mouse problem
04/27/2007 [-] Canada announces 18 percent cut in emissions
04/27/2007 [-] New ferry needs work, faces refit
04/27/2007 [-] Ontario gives Plasco 4M for Ottawa waste project
04/27/2007 [-] CANADA Afghan Prison Torture Scandal Rocks Military
04/27/2007 [-] Charlottetown offers help for renos
04/27/2007 [-] Ste. Agathe booming since 'flood of the century'
04/27/2007 [-] Talks to resume as strike looms at Halifax hospital
04/27/2007 [-] Despres found unfit to stand trial for double killing
04/27/2007 [-] Guantanamo Australian's deal seen helping Canadian
04/27/2007 [-] Teen prisoner charged in D?sir? Munyaneza beating
04/27/2007 [-] Canucks eye low-scoring Game 2
04/27/2007 [-] Steps taken to correct deadly bacteria in water pipes Montreal hospital
04/27/2007 [-] Ad man Jean Lafleur pleads guilty to 28 sponsorship fraud charges
04/27/2007 [-] Teen inmate charged in Rwandan's prison beating
04/27/2007 [-] Interfor to replace Adams Lake sawmill
04/27/2007 [-] Discovery by Guelph scientists may show how recalled pet food became toxic
04/27/2007 [-] Day defends handling of Afghan prisoners
04/27/2007 [-] Mullins-Johnson happy after AG calls for acquittal
04/27/2007 [-] Spectacular crash highlights rail safety week and the need for safety enforcement
04/27/2007 [-] One of men accused in attacks on Jewish institutions free on bail
04/27/2007 [-] HIV-positive Windsor, Ont., man pleads guilty to 15 counts of sex assault
04/27/2007 [-] Dirty hospital drains blamed in Canada baby deaths
04/27/2007 [-] Norway makes 2.2B investment in Canada's oilsands
04/27/2007 [-] Gwich'in gives go-ahead to early diamond drilling
04/27/2007 [-] Pilots reach North Pole in bid to set helicopter voyage record
04/27/2007 [-] Yukon reviewing Human Rights Act minister
04/27/2007 [-] Dehcho, N.W.T., Ottawa to sign agreement revising land-use plan
04/27/2007 [-] O'Keefe Is this Canada's Abu Ghraib?
04/27/2007 [-] Ste. Agathe booming since 'flood of the century'
04/27/2007 [-] Merrill Lynch & Co., Canada Ltd. Dividend Declaration
04/27/2007 [-] Air Canada declares the skies open for business
04/27/2007 [-] Media Advisory Elite Entrepreneurs from across Canada to Ring TSX Opening Bell
04/27/2007 [-] AG's friend appointed intervener for N.B. power rate hearings
04/27/2007 [-] More bilingual RCMP on the way for N.B.
04/27/2007 [-] Fire destroys school in B.C. Cariboo
04/27/2007 [-] Half of Edmonton 911 calls bogus
04/27/2007 [-] Quebec teen seeks bail on manslaughter charge
04/27/2007 [-] TransCanada reports Q1 earnings of 265M, off from 273M a year ago
04/27/2007 [-] Sun-Times Media enters into Canada tax settlement, shares soar
04/27/2007 [-] Ten reasons to visit Nova Scotia
04/27/2007 [-] Canada. Province of New Brunswick becomes Silver Partner of Derek ...
04/27/2007 [-] Canada teens collect 12,000 batteries
04/27/2007 [-] CORRECTED Ontario gets solar farm
04/27/2007 [-] Transit workers could strike on May 7
04/27/2007 [-] Teen inmate charged in Rwandan's prison beating
04/27/2007 [-] 4 preemies died from bacteria in pipes Montreal hospital
04/27/2007 [-] Jury unable to determine how RMC cadet died
04/27/2007 [-] Ont. says Mullins-Johnson conviction cannot stand
04/27/2007 [-] Mumps outbreak hits 157 cases
04/27/2007 [-] Ipperwash inquiry report to be released May 31
04/27/2007 [-] Lafleur pleads guilty to 28 fraud charges
04/27/2007 [-] Floods dumping salt on farmland
04/27/2007 [-] Set woman on fire, girl gets probation
04/27/2007 [-] CBC Radio signs off from Duckworth Street
04/27/2007 [-] St. John's native to mark 107th birthday at Havana villa
04/27/2007 [-] March loses court challenge over dismissal
04/27/2007 [-] Lobbyists miffed at closed environment policy meeting
04/27/2007 [-] Canada Backs Away From Kyoto Commitments
04/27/2007 [-] Statoil to acquire Canada's North American Oil Sands Corp for 2 bln usd UPDATE
04/27/2007 [-] Swimmer dies in English Bay
04/27/2007 [-] NDP calls for conflict investigation of premier's adviser
04/27/2007 [-] Ottawa Hospital builds shelters to smoke in
04/27/2007 [-] Alberta warms to 'workable' climate change plan
04/27/2007 [-] B.C. drug ring busted, 5 arrested
04/27/2007 [-] Parents protest Vancouver classroom cuts
04/27/2007 [-] Cancer deaths set to exceed cardiovascular disease StatsCan
04/27/2007 [-] Mullins-Johnson murder conviction 'cannot stand,' says AG
04/27/2007 [-] 2 Valley schools make renovation list
04/27/2007 [-] Mediator appointed in hospital, union dispute
04/27/2007 [-] Mayor kicks off Expo '67 anniversary with bid for financial boost
04/27/2007 [-] Winnipeg park to break ground on Carol Shields tribute
04/27/2007 [-] Hot, dry weather worries fire officials
04/27/2007 [-] Flin Flon workers receive jackpot bonuses
04/27/2007 [-] Ruling on Despres's mental state expected Friday
04/27/2007 [-] Iqaluit activist Watt-Cloutier wins UN award
04/27/2007 [-] Linda Jackson confirmed mayor of Vaughan, Canada
04/27/2007 [-] NATO chief welcomes probe into Afghan prisoner abuse claims
04/27/2007 [-] Keeping ERs open a priority for new Gatineau hospital head
04/27/2007 [-] Exotic plants could be harming N.B. ecosystem expert
04/27/2007 [-] Opposition, workers don't like Murphy's suggestions
04/27/2007 [-] Ruling on Despres's mental state expected Friday
04/27/2007 [-] TransCanada reports Q1 earnings of 265M
04/27/2007 [-] Faulty forensics in murder conviction Ont.
04/27/2007 [-] Baird defends 'balanced' emissions targets plan
04/27/2007 [-] Toronto aims for greener pastures than Canada
04/27/2007 [-] TransCanada reports Q1 earnings of 265M, off from 273M a year ago
04/27/2007 [-] Dollar races higher on merger news, bonds dip
04/27/2007 [-] Stocks slip on BMO outlook, weak gold
04/27/2007 [-] TransCanada 1st qtr profit slips on weak pipelines
04/27/2007 [-] Trash collectors vote to strike
04/27/2007 [-] Baird defends 'balanced' emissions targets plan
04/27/2007 [-] Cancer may soon surpass cardiovascular disease as Canada's deadliest disease
04/27/2007 [-] Judge to rule whether N.B. man fit to stand trial for gruesome double murder
04/27/2007 [-] Canada announces monster solar plant
04/27/2007 [-] Canada Getting Serious about Going Green?
04/27/2007 [-] Herring quota cut almost in half
04/27/2007 [-] Nova Scotia Liberals to choose new leader
04/27/2007 [-] Cancer may soon surpass cardiovascular disease as Canada's deadliest disease
04/27/2007 [-] Mom loses son in dump
04/27/2007 [-] Woman bites dogs back when attacked
04/27/2007 [-] David Suzuki calls Conservative emissions strategy an embarrassment
04/27/2007 [-] Domi won't be barred for berating son's coach
04/27/2007 [-] RCMP probing if ship search was decoy attempt
04/27/2007 [-] Cancer deaths may soon surpass cardiovascular
04/27/2007 [-] BMO reports up to 450M in commodity-trade losses
04/27/2007 [-] Mortgage scheme nets disbarred lawyer 3 years in jail
04/27/2007 [-] TD Canada Trust Toronto Jazz Festival Lineup Announced
04/27/2007 [-] Capital Diary week starting Apr. 27
04/27/2007 [-] Tobacco bill just 'a bunch of paper' Liberal
04/27/2007 [-] Canadian music sales slide in first quarter
04/27/2007 [-] Manufacturers more upbeat on output, demand
04/27/2007 [-] Statoil makes bid for Canadian oil company
04/27/2007 [-] Green plan has 'tough targets' for Alta. industry
04/27/2007 [-] Health agency confirms student died of meningitis
04/27/2007 [-] N.B. may rent hospital facilities to private users
04/27/2007 [-] Memory of Expo 67 inspires Montreal's renewal
04/27/2007 [-] Judge to rule whether Despres fit to stand trial
04/27/2007 [-] Baird defends climate plan as balanced approach
04/27/2007 [-] Canada denies rights violations in Afghan abuse scandal
04/27/2007 [-] Harper urges police pressure on crime bills
04/27/2007 [-] Green plan takes aim at polluting household goods, vehicles
04/27/2007 [-] Above & Beyond scores writing award
04/27/2007 [-] Broderick lucky to get acquittal wrongful convictions group
04/27/2007 [-] With a wink and a dig, Harper takes credit for N.L. surplus problem
04/27/2007 [-] Deployment of OFWs to US, Canada doubled in 2006
04/27/2007 [-] Beairsto strangled before stabbing pathologist
04/27/2007 [-] Tobacco bill just 'a bunch of paper' Liberal
04/27/2007 [-] No engineer present for sensitive phase in overpass construction, inquiry told
04/27/2007 [-] Canada changes goal after failing to meet protocol targets
04/27/2007 [-] Tories stir confusion over access to Afghan detainees
04/27/2007 [-] U.S.-Based Merrick Company Opens Office in Ottawa, Canada
04/27/2007 [-] Carbon trading scheme to start in Canada
04/27/2007 [-] Students, business applaud pre-election budget
04/27/2007 [-] Reports confirm Canada's complicity in Afghan state torture
04/27/2007 [-] Tourists can no longer get Canada tax refund
04/27/2007 [-] Winnipeg school drug ring smashed
04/27/2007 [-] Child 'danced like stripper'
04/27/2007 [-] Drivers duped by 'new cars'
04/27/2007 [-] Solar farm to rise in Sarnia
04/27/2007 [-] Albert Walker admits to fraud
04/27/2007 [-] Canadians gambled away 14.5B
04/27/2007 [-] Teen gang target blames himself
04/27/2007 [-] Argonauts add two players
04/27/2007 [-] Blue Jays dampen debut of Yankees rookie hurler
04/27/2007 [-] Raptors seek to shoot better in Game 3
04/27/2007 [-] Stampeders ink Akili Smith
04/27/2007 [-] Raptors hosted by Nets in Game 3
04/27/2007 [-] Climate change heats up Arctic geopolitics
04/27/2007 [-] Senators defeat Devils in opener
04/27/2007 [-] Kovalev still unhappy in Montreal report
04/27/2007 [-] Canada announces goals for reducing emissions
04/27/2007 [-] Wenner v. Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada
04/27/2007 [-] Canada U.S. sign deal on fuel consumption standards
04/27/2007 [-] Ottawa smuggling ring busted
04/27/2007 [-] Canada to join WTO piracy talks
04/27/2007 [-] Boxing day target rips gunman
04/27/2007 [-] Reports confirm Canadas complicity in Afghan state torture
04/27/2007 [-] 'Alarming outbreak' of syphilis in Edmonton
04/27/2007 [-] Canada aims for 20 percent cut in CO2 emissions by 2020
04/27/2007 [-] Canadian economy can handle emission plan Flaherty
04/27/2007 [-] Tories unveil green plan
04/27/2007 [-] Report on Winter Olympics benefits called 'fluff'
04/27/2007 [-] Access to detainees now unrestricted official
04/27/2007 [-] PM calls on cops to push law and order agenda
04/27/2007 [-] Quebec school fight ends with 1 teen dead
04/27/2007 [-] CORRECTION David Dodge to step down as Bank of Canada governor
04/27/2007 [-] Sears Canada returns to profitability
04/27/2007 [-] Canada seeks to join WTO piracy talks
04/27/2007 [-] Loonie weakens on news of Bank of Canada governor stepping down
04/27/2007 [-] Related Canada to send new ambassador to Afghanistan
04/27/2007 [-] Canada-U.S. to sign green fuel deal
04/27/2007 [-] White Stripes To Play Every Province And Territory In Canada
04/27/2007 [-] Amnesty urges Canada to send envoy to China
04/27/2007 [-] Baird's 'real' emissions plan misses Kyoto deadline by years
04/27/2007 [-] Canada won't meet Kyoto emission targets
04/27/2007 [-] Western Canada oil and gas drilling to drop 18 per cent in '07
04/27/2007 [-] Key Points in Canada's Plan to Cut Greenhouse Gases
04/27/2007 [-] Canada spring election unlikely as Tories slide in polls
04/27/2007 [-] Canada and United States agree to work together to improve vehicle fuel efficiency
04/27/2007 [-] 25 years later, Devine looks back on his legacy
04/27/2007 [-] PM urges police officers to pressure opposition MPs to pass Tory crime bills
04/27/2007 [-] Western Canada oil and gas drilling to drop 18 per cent in '07
04/27/2007 [-] Red Deer company fined 75K for acid spill
04/27/2007 [-] 'Gimli glider' recalled at trial of pilot in crash
04/27/2007 [-] Vancouver police seek youthful protester
04/27/2007 [-] Report says Winter Olympics brought benefits to cities; critics call it fluff
04/27/2007 [-] Laval subway ceremony marred by protest, death
04/27/2007 [-] Superman's kryptonite confirmed in Canada
04/27/2007 [-] Canada-U.S. sign deal on fuel-consumption standards
04/27/2007 [-] Reasons to Visit Vancouver Canada
04/27/2007 [-] Media Advisory Results of Economic Impact Study of gaming in Canada
04/27/2007 [-] Steelworker leaders at rallies, memorials across Canada
04/27/2007 [-] Ont. stops auditor general from investigating grants
04/27/2007 [-] Canada government in disarray
04/27/2007 [-] Yukon Convention Bureau lands Christian 'sleepover' for Whitehorse
04/26/2007 [-] Tempers flare as families of dead teen, accused meet in court
04/26/2007 [-] 'Fugitive financier' turned killer pleads guilty to fraud, theft
04/26/2007 [-] Maine girl, 3, lost near N.B. border
04/26/2007 [-] Province closes youth home over care issues
04/26/2007 [-] RMC cadet's death still a mystery at inquest's end
04/26/2007 [-] 'Alarming outbreak' of syphilis in Edmonton
04/26/2007 [-] RCMP won't probe nomination allegations Day
04/26/2007 [-] Governor General resumes work despite newly diagnosed thyroid condition
04/26/2007 [-] Saskatchewan jogger had bite of her own when vicious dogs attacked her
04/26/2007 [-] Tory ministers post zero hospitality claims while bureaucrats post working meals
04/26/2007 [-] RCMP checking if futile stowaway search of container ship was decoy attempt
04/26/2007 [-] Victim's father deplores violence after son dies in Quebec high school fight
04/26/2007 [-] Canada's opposition lashes out over Afghan prisoners' fate
04/26/2007 [-] Canada targets 20 pct cut in CO2 emissions by 2020
04/26/2007 [-] Tories in disarray over Afghan abuse scandal
04/26/2007 [-] Ex-first round pick Smith to try his luck in CFL
04/26/2007 [-] Final hurdle cleared for bill regulating payday loan industry
04/26/2007 [-] With Kyoto dead in Canada, Tories come out with their own green plan
04/26/2007 [-] Convicted killer Albert Walker pleads guilty to 20 theft, fraud-related charges
04/26/2007 [-] Red Deer company fined 75K for acid spill
04/26/2007 [-] Alberta mom fights to get child back from gov't
04/26/2007 [-] Canada and U.S. to ink fuel consumption deal
04/26/2007 [-] RMC cadet's death still a mystery at inquest's end
04/26/2007 [-] MPs, environmentalists slam greenhouse gas targets
04/26/2007 [-] Grit housing announcement sparks heated exchange
04/26/2007 [-] Montreal turns to memory of Expo 67 to inspire city's renewal
04/26/2007 [-] Tory initiatives aim to encourage vehicle efficiency
04/26/2007 [-] NDP Water Smart program to help Manitobans conserve
04/26/2007 [-] Break-ins on the rise in downtown Winnipeg
04/26/2007 [-] Winnipeg police hunt pair in West End shooting
04/26/2007 [-] Indigo donates 1.5 million to schools across Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Linde and BOC Demonstrate Hydrogen Expertise at Canada Fuel Cell ...
04/26/2007 [-] Canada-U.S. to sign deal aimed at vehicle fuel-consumption standards
04/26/2007 [-] Can ban receives full support of legislature
04/26/2007 [-] Clean air agenda looks more like a sketch than a plan
04/26/2007 [-] U.S. decision to ditch talks on border plan raises questions about relations
04/26/2007 [-] Canada's largest solar farm to be built
04/26/2007 [-] 3 charged with smuggling khat through Ottawa airport
04/26/2007 [-] Tickets reduce passport queue stress
04/26/2007 [-] RCMP won't probe nomination allegations Day
04/26/2007 [-] B.C. house price increases to ease report
04/26/2007 [-] Sun-Times Media to pay US40 mln to Ottawa
04/26/2007 [-] Metepenagiag, Ottawa settle land claim
04/26/2007 [-] Private sector could rent N.B. hospital rooms Murphy
04/26/2007 [-] With Kyoto dead in Canada, Tories came out with their own green plan
04/26/2007 [-] Notice to the media Minister of Finance to Address the Canada-India Business Council
04/26/2007 [-] Evidence-Based Obesity Guidelines Supported By Dietitians Of Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Canada wants to ban purchase of traditional light bulbs
04/26/2007 [-] Canada says power, energy firms must cut emissions
04/26/2007 [-] Tory green plan hits Cdns in the pocketbook
04/26/2007 [-] Canada to send new ambassador, diplomats to Afghanistan
04/26/2007 [-] PETA accepts invitation to see Iqaluit seal hunt
04/26/2007 [-] Liberals quash request for 'Colle-gate' probe
04/26/2007 [-] Third ballot count not the charm for Vaughan's Di Biase
04/26/2007 [-] Montreal, Laval day-care workers accept new contract
04/26/2007 [-] Ottawa to unveil climate change strategy amid criticism
04/26/2007 [-] Top NATO commander says Taliban prisoners should remain in Afghan custody
04/26/2007 [-] Alberta to Europe desperately seeking workers
04/26/2007 [-] Critics want Ontario to 'Flick Off' campaign
04/26/2007 [-] Iron Ore's striking workers ratify new deal
04/26/2007 [-] Tories now say Canadians have had access to Afghan detainees all along
04/26/2007 [-] Cop's 'rough handling' of homeless man probed
04/26/2007 [-] Canadian researchers 'create' leukemia stem cell, watch disease unfold
04/26/2007 [-] Wife of Canadian jailed for life in China appeals to Ottawa for help
04/26/2007 [-] Port says native critics ignored overture
04/26/2007 [-] Conrad Black trial lawyers try to undo testimony
04/26/2007 [-] Canadian households, economy, to take a hit under greenhouse gas emissions plan
04/26/2007 [-] Tory military aircraft deal damages Canadian firms executive
04/26/2007 [-] Montreal kicks off Expo 67 anniversary with ambitious renewal project
04/26/2007 [-] Canada promises pollution curbs, emission cuts
04/26/2007 [-] Ministry shuts down day-care centre
04/26/2007 [-] Third ballot count not the charm for Vaughan's Di Biase
04/26/2007 [-] Pressure on Boisclair as caucus meeting opens
04/26/2007 [-] Canada told by China not to meddle in Celil case
04/26/2007 [-] Man given 5 years for killing panhandler
04/26/2007 [-] Former B.C. union leader jailed on drug charge
04/26/2007 [-] Cop's 'rough handling' of homeless man probed
04/26/2007 [-] Manitoba political leaders charge into unfriendly turf on campaign trail
04/26/2007 [-] Make Celil case 'urgent priority,' wife urges MacKay
04/26/2007 [-] World court asked to look into Afghan detainee controversy
04/26/2007 [-] N.S. drivers paying more under gas regulation report
04/26/2007 [-] Canada Pegs Greenhouse Gas Targets
04/26/2007 [-] Alberta car dealers warn against rebuilt wrecks
04/26/2007 [-] U.S. slowdown to hit exports Bank of Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Shell wraps up buy of Canadian unit, delists stock
04/26/2007 [-] No single union for Winnipeg paramedics, firefighters
04/26/2007 [-] Wind power plans to require more N.B. content
04/26/2007 [-] Miramichi River reels in international fishing writers
04/26/2007 [-] Early suspects testify at Rayner trial
04/26/2007 [-] Sewers pipe in support for controversial Manotick subdivision
04/26/2007 [-] Ontario approves massive solar farm
04/26/2007 [-] Liberals quash request for 'Colle-gate' probe
04/26/2007 [-] Coast guard making gradual progress in freeing ice-bound vessels
04/26/2007 [-] NDP quizzed about 'confession' of ex-caucus worker
04/26/2007 [-] Testimony continues at war crimes trial in Montreal on 1994 Rwandan genocide
04/26/2007 [-] Saskatoon to be home of children's hospital
04/26/2007 [-] Yukon francophone school seeks funding for new curriculum
04/26/2007 [-] Tlicho await N.W.T. consultation on caribou proposal
04/26/2007 [-] Workers killed in roof collapse likely didn't speak English
04/26/2007 [-] Canada failing on children's rights, say senators
04/26/2007 [-] P.E.I. expected to lift can ban on pop and beer
04/26/2007 [-] Canada's CD sales tumble in first quarter
04/26/2007 [-] Teen facing manslaughter charge after deadly brawl
04/26/2007 [-] N.L. forecasts 261 million surplus
04/26/2007 [-] Canada Bread Reports 2007 First Quarter Financial Results
04/26/2007 [-] Canada not living up to UN convention on children's rights, say senators
04/26/2007 [-] Workers at Iron Ore Company of Canada in Labrador returning to work
04/26/2007 [-] Canada has little to gain in pushing for Wolfowitz's ouster
04/26/2007 [-] Canada's EHR initiatives to benefit from SNOMED CT terminology standard
04/26/2007 [-] Bank of Canada releases Monetary Policy Report
04/26/2007 [-] WWF-Canada and Domtar announce ambitious agreement for forest conservation
04/26/2007 [-] Crayon maker Binney & Smith Canada becomes Crayola Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Media Advisory Radio-Television News Directors' Association of Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Royal Dutch Shell plc completes acquisition of Shell Canada Limited
04/26/2007 [-] Premier Jean Charest inaugurates new subway line from Montreal to Laval
04/26/2007 [-] No answers from premier on dirty tricks
04/26/2007 [-] Vancouver police hold off demonstrators
04/26/2007 [-] Time Inc., UPM to study logging effects on Acadian forest
04/26/2007 [-] Thyroid problem forced Governor General to miss work office
04/26/2007 [-] Canada's largest cities not reporting fastest growth rate
04/26/2007 [-] Ottawa approves 1.4M bailout for Bell Sensplex
04/26/2007 [-] Blind man wants to force TTC to announce bus stops
04/26/2007 [-] Law fixing federal elections every four years in offing as senators back down
04/26/2007 [-] Mom finds nude pix of principal on Internet
04/26/2007 [-] Domestic spending will support growth Bank of Canada
04/26/2007 [-] NDP quizzed about 'confession' of ex-caucus worker
04/26/2007 [-] Sask. First Nation wants end to flooding problems, evacuations
04/26/2007 [-] - Canada Announces Greenhouse Gas Targets
04/26/2007 [-] Cattle died of starvation, say police
04/26/2007 [-] Drivers paying more under gas regulation report
04/26/2007 [-] Alberta budget promises record 33B spending to 'clean up Ralph's mess'
04/26/2007 [-] Power returns in rural Alberta
04/26/2007 [-] Saskatoon area braces for floods
04/26/2007 [-] Politicians 'missing the point' on Hydro, say experts
04/26/2007 [-] Kailash in Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Canada regulators get shake-up
04/26/2007 [-] Shell Canada's Mather to retire
04/26/2007 [-] Conference to prepare First Nations for compensation cash
04/26/2007 [-] New ambassador to Afghanistan named
04/26/2007 [-] Gaming injects more than 15B into economy study
04/26/2007 [-] Canadian economy strengthening, central bank says
04/26/2007 [-] Cities outpace rural areas in population growth
04/26/2007 [-] Fredericton brush fire is worst in 2007
04/26/2007 [-] NB Power contracts could undermine rate hike
04/26/2007 [-] Shea Heights residents rally to build home for neighbour
04/26/2007 [-] Suspect in Toronto stabbing wanted on Canada-wide warrant
04/26/2007 [-] White Stripes make dates with the North
04/26/2007 [-] Canada's largest solar farm to be built in Ont.
04/26/2007 [-] Former fugitive Albert Walker expected in court
04/26/2007 [-] GG being evaluated for thyroid problem report
04/26/2007 [-] Hillier dismisses allegations of war crimes
04/26/2007 [-] Quebec school fight ends in tragedy with 1 teen dead
04/26/2007 [-] Conservatives slip in new poll
04/26/2007 [-] Sears Canada swing to profit
04/26/2007 [-] White Stripes' Atlantic dates released
04/26/2007 [-] Khawaja terror trial delayed again over evidence disclosure
04/26/2007 [-] Two music festival lineups announced
04/26/2007 [-] Woman stabbed in head several times
04/26/2007 [-] IWK scraps non-urgent surgeries as strike looms
04/26/2007 [-] Liczyk fined 15,000, suspended for professional misconduct
04/26/2007 [-] FM spokesman Celil case is part of China's internal affairs, irrelevant to Canada
04/26/2007 [-] RepeatSeat Announces Acquisition of Canada's Leading Provider of Arcade and Redemption Game Services
04/26/2007 [-] Sears Canada swings to profit in first quarter
04/26/2007 [-] Shoppers Drug Mart chain opens 1,000th drug store in Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Bridgewater teen arrested after homemade bombs found
04/26/2007 [-] Islanders garner interest in NHL draft
04/26/2007 [-] Couple files complaint after ordeal at Dominican resort
04/26/2007 [-] Book about the loonie wins 35,000 Donner Prize
04/26/2007 [-] Heimlich inventor honours Cape Breton boy
04/26/2007 [-] Shoppers Drug Mart opens its 1,000th drug store in Canada
04/26/2007 [-] OPTI Canada Announces 2007 First Quarter Results
04/26/2007 [-] Insurance Bureau of Canada urges federal MPs to toughen punishment for auto theft
04/26/2007 [-] Red Hat Offers Canada a Look at Xen-based Linux
04/26/2007 [-] DND stalled sniper investigation with roadblocks ombudsman
04/26/2007 [-] China tells Canada not to meddle in case of Celil
04/26/2007 [-] Mounties still probing pension allegations acting commissioner
04/26/2007 [-] Tories to announce long-awaited emissions targets
04/26/2007 [-] Canada all set to unveil new environment plan
04/26/2007 [-] Canada to ban some light bulbs, cut emissions
04/26/2007 [-] Air Canada orders 23 more Dreamliners
04/26/2007 [-] P.E.I. pledges 750,000 for watersheds
04/26/2007 [-] China warns Canada in terror case
04/26/2007 [-] Canada in Arabian Travel Market debut
04/26/2007 [-] P.E.I. pledges 750,000 for watersheds
04/26/2007 [-] Tobacco smuggling legislation introduced
04/26/2007 [-] No thirst for separation, Williams says
04/26/2007 [-] 9-year-old doused with gasoline
04/26/2007 [-] Canada pledges P40M more for Mindanao Trust Fund
04/26/2007 [-] Judge throws out appeal from fired councillor
04/26/2007 [-] AG gets cabinet clearance on fibre optic deal
04/26/2007 [-] - Canada to Get Access to Afghan Detainees
04/26/2007 [-] Industry braces for Tory climate change plan
04/26/2007 [-] Teen hero's home firmbombed
04/26/2007 [-] Air force seeks visible minorities
04/26/2007 [-] Girl's killer beats murder rap
04/26/2007 [-] Teen jailed 100 years for car chase
04/26/2007 [-] Kids found in Calgary drug den
04/26/2007 [-] China tells Canada not to meddle in case of detainee Huseyin Celil
04/26/2007 [-] Jays' Zaun out 6-8 weeks
04/26/2007 [-] Jays and Yankees rained out in New York
04/26/2007 [-] Baby boom at Manitoba zoo
04/26/2007 [-] Ducks too much for Canucks
04/26/2007 [-] FC lose to Kansas City 3-0
04/26/2007 [-] Nigeria Canada 07 Tardy Preparations
04/26/2007 [-] Harper government to announce long-awaited emissions targets Thursday
04/26/2007 [-] Canada votes against Afghanistan exit timetable
04/26/2007 [-] Toronto FC still winless and goalless
04/26/2007 [-] Canada seeks to join WTO talks on product piracy in China
04/26/2007 [-] Girl accuses mom of sex abuse
04/26/2007 [-] India seeks Canada's help in early conclusion of FTA
04/26/2007 [-] Counterfeit Fiji products sold in Canada
04/26/2007 [-] New poll shows spring federal vote is unlikely
04/26/2007 [-] Bank of Canada governor David Dodge, 63, won't seek second term
04/26/2007 [-] Psychiatrists Join Wait Time Alliance To Advocate For Benchmarks For Psychiatric Care, Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Teen sentenced to 3 years in beatings of seniors
04/26/2007 [-] Canada-U.S. border-crossing talks end
04/26/2007 [-] Canada's largest solar farm to be built near Sarnia
04/26/2007 [-] Canada to get access to Afghan detainees
04/26/2007 [-] Judge considering request for visitation by Saskatchewan biological dad
04/26/2007 [-] Evacuees return home as flood situation eases in Saskatchewan
04/26/2007 [-] Zimbabwe's opposition leader looks to Canada, US for support
04/26/2007 [-] Defence accuses witness of lying in war crimes trial
04/26/2007 [-] Principal suspended over nude photo
04/26/2007 [-] CP Exclusive Canada's largest solar farm to be built near Sarnia, Ont.
04/26/2007 [-] U.S., Canada unions don't favor DaimlerChrysler split
04/26/2007 [-] UBS adds Bell Canada and Rogers to the Inukshuk lawsuit
04/26/2007 [-] Branson Tells Canada to 'Flick Off', Save Energy
04/26/2007 [-] Canada Vows to Cut Emissions by 20 Pct by 2020
04/26/2007 [-] Teenager Toews and 5 others added to Team Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Health Canada warns about weight-loss supplement
04/26/2007 [-] Bank of Canada governor David Dodge won't seek second term
04/26/2007 [-] FEC Reports on Anticipated Delay in Annual Filings for Canada
04/26/2007 [-] Canada Gets Tough on Greenhouse Gas, Bans Incandescent Bulb
04/26/2007 [-] LEE AARON To Be Featured On MTV CANADA's 'Cribs' Apr. 25, 2007
04/26/2007 [-] Canada to get access to detainees
04/26/2007 [-] Boeing, Air Canada Announce 23 Additional 787 Dreamliners
04/26/2007 [-] Bacterial meningitis suspected in B.C. teen's death
04/26/2007 [-] Canada queries Kabul over detainee torture reports
04/26/2007 [-] Toronto scientist back in Canada after failed election bid in Nigeria
04/26/2007 [-] Sask. economy lagged rest of Canada in '06 StatsCan
04/26/2007 [-] Canada will monitor Afghan detainees for signs of torture
04/26/2007 [-] MuchMusic Tells Canada To FLICK OFF
04/26/2007 [-] Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge will not seek second term
04/26/2007 [-] Canada announces greenhouse gas targets
04/26/2007 [-] Woman stabbed in central Winnipeg
04/26/2007 [-] Portage buildings fall short on accessibility survey
04/26/2007 [-] Sask. economy lagged rest of Canada in '06 StatsCan
04/26/2007 [-] Body of canoeist found
04/26/2007 [-] Liberals warned of loose lips amid stagnant poll numbers
04/26/2007 [-] Alta doctors researching injuries to kids from manipulation of spine
04/26/2007 [-] Rice hails Canada over costly Afghan deployment
04/26/2007 [-] Bank Governor plans to step down
04/26/2007 [-] U.S. drops pre-clearance plan meant to ease congestion at busy Peace Bridge
04/25/2007 [-] Canada presses Kabul over abuse
04/25/2007 [-] Canada e-commerce continues to grow
04/25/2007 [-] iWeb Distributes cPanel in Canada
04/25/2007 [-] Canada to pull plug on wasteful bulbs
04/25/2007 [-] Arthritis survey launched in Canada
04/25/2007 [-] E! network coming to Canada
04/25/2007 [-] Cross-Border Conference Highlights Health Disparities For Aboriginal Children, Canada
04/25/2007 [-] Greenpeace Baird's U-turn still leaves Canada behind the curve
04/25/2007 [-] Royal Bank of Canada files final prospectus for issuance of Trust Subordinated Notes
04/25/2007 [-] Eight slain soldiers hailed as Canada's 'truest heroes' at N.B. memorial
04/25/2007 [-] PAG boosts services in Canada with acquisition
04/25/2007 [-] Are You Canada's Most Stylish
04/25/2007 [-] First Nations Bank of Canada Strong Results in First Quarter
04/25/2007 [-] Vaughan charity golf tournament to support Canada's injured soldiers
04/25/2007 [-] Canada may hire private security
04/25/2007 [-] British Columbia to end mandatory retirement
04/25/2007 [-] Meat of Tory emissions plan finally to be put on the bone
04/25/2007 [-] Former fugitive Albert Walker expected in Ontario court on fraud, theft charges
04/25/2007 [-] B.C. businessman hit with fraud, theft charges
04/25/2007 [-] Mandatory retirement to be scrapped in B.C.
04/25/2007 [-] Bacterial meningitis suspected in B.C. teen's death
04/25/2007 [-] TRAVEL DIVA Canada dumps visitor tax rebate program
04/25/2007 [-] Zimbabwe's opposition leader looks to Canada, US for support
04/25/2007 [-] How India & Canada manage diversities
04/25/2007 [-] Bank of Canada governor David Dodge won't seek second term to central bank post
04/25/2007 [-] Ecosystem changes in North focus of new network
04/25/2007 [-] Health Canada Approves Lipitor for the Reduction of the Risk of ...
04/25/2007 [-] Bank of Canada governor won't seek second term
04/25/2007 [-] MPs want review of case against accused terrorist
04/25/2007 [-] U.S. prosecutors reviewing RIM options grants


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