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07/03/2007 [-] Canadian dollar ends up on quiet day, bonds lower
07/03/2007 [-] Canucks add forward pair, sign Schneider
07/03/2007 [-] Air India bomb maker denied parole
07/03/2007 [-] North Bay students represent Canada at the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition
07/03/2007 [-] Whitby facility closed, patients moved after fire
07/03/2007 [-] Ontario premier says no to photo radar
07/03/2007 [-] Crack found in Devils Lake outlet
07/03/2007 [-] 'We are at war'
07/03/2007 [-] Megapundit June 30 July 3
07/03/2007 [-] Why do Canadians find Stockwell Day's face so objectionable?
07/03/2007 [-] The Commons Turn on, tune out
07/03/2007 [-] An army of do-gooders?
07/03/2007 [-] Bidding For Bell Canada Could Resume
07/03/2007 [-] Canada miners climb on merger news, robust prices
07/03/2007 [-] TransCanada's Keystone pipeline looks to expand to Gulf coast
07/03/2007 [-] Dozens of radioactive devices have been lost or stolen in Canada since 9-11
07/03/2007 [-] Police identify Kingston plane crash victims
07/03/2007 [-] New Study Warns Of Dirty Bomb Attacks On Urban Canada
07/03/2007 [-] TransCanada's Keystone pipeline looks to expand to Gulf coast
07/03/2007 [-] Prominent B.C. 'eco warrior' dies at 57
07/03/2007 [-] Parks Canada hopes to win against weed
07/03/2007 [-] Saint John musician's home destroyed in blaze
07/03/2007 [-] Ghiz broke committee promise Binns
07/03/2007 [-] Mural honours Winnipeg speed skaters
07/03/2007 [-] Prominent B.C. 'eco warrior' dies at 57
07/03/2007 [-] Presbytery files for review of discrimination ruling
07/03/2007 [-] Another 26M for research infrastructure
07/03/2007 [-] No charges to be laid in Nova Scotia assisted suicide case RCMP
07/03/2007 [-] Most Cdns see God in creation process poll
07/03/2007 [-] No motive yet in Montreal kidnapping case police
07/03/2007 [-] No charges in assisted suicide case
07/03/2007 [-] Canada provides 30M for Afghan justice system
07/03/2007 [-] Canada providing 30 million to strengthen Afghan rule of law
07/03/2007 [-] Canada providing 30 million to strengthen Afghan rule of law
07/03/2007 [-] Ottawa murders weren't a random act expert
07/03/2007 [-] Friction to ease over use of pepper spray chief
07/03/2007 [-] Family of B.C. man shot by police to testify
07/03/2007 [-] CORRECTED Teck Cominco to buy Aur for Chile assets
07/03/2007 [-] Saskatchewan health workers strike over wages
07/03/2007 [-] N.S. Liberals call for cut to gas tax
07/03/2007 [-] Nunavut hamlet bans liquor while RCMP building is fixed
07/03/2007 [-] Saint John musician's home destroyed in blaze
07/03/2007 [-] Sask. health-care strike begins with no one on picket line
07/03/2007 [-] Landslides threaten homes in Cold Lake
07/03/2007 [-] Calgary steps up security around Glenmore reservoir
07/03/2007 [-] Yukon wellness court hears first cases
07/03/2007 [-] Employers and students in New Brunswick see results from Canada ...
07/03/2007 [-] Transport Canada probing alleged security breach at St. Anthony, N.L., airport
07/03/2007 [-] Wind-blown tent kills elderly man
07/03/2007 [-] Saint John deputy mayor calls for research on women's shelters
07/03/2007 [-] Fires cause Toronto police to urge laneway vigilance
07/03/2007 [-] TransCanada boosts size of planned Keystone line
07/03/2007 [-] Canadian miner Aur Resources shares surge as Teck Cominco bids US3.88 billion
07/03/2007 [-] New hope for 'breakthrough' pain in cancer patients
07/03/2007 [-] Harper coming to Nova Scotia premier's office
07/03/2007 [-] Gun pulled on pizza delivery man
07/03/2007 [-] Good start at Island Games
07/03/2007 [-] CORRECTED Canada dollar drifts higher, bonds mixed
07/03/2007 [-] Canada dollar drifts higher, bonds mixed
07/03/2007 [-] Canada's Teck Cominco offers to buy mining rival Aur
07/03/2007 [-] Bédard boyfriend on hunger strike to protest sentence
07/03/2007 [-] Alta girl accused of murdering family takes the stand in her own defence
07/03/2007 [-] National Arts Centre Orchestra names new concertmaster
07/03/2007 [-] Tech industry short of talent, insiders say
07/03/2007 [-] Security stepped up at Winnipeg airport
07/03/2007 [-] Search underway for victims of chopper crash
07/03/2007 [-] Intense storms cross southern Manitoba
07/03/2007 [-] Water flows freely despite York Region ban
07/03/2007 [-] Ontario minister downsizes garage plans
07/03/2007 [-] Bdard boyfriend on hunger strike to protest sentence
07/03/2007 [-] Man with MS given insanity diagnosis seeks compensation
07/03/2007 [-] Montreal kidnapping victim remains in critical condition in hospital
07/03/2007 [-] Two stabbed on Canada Day
07/03/2007 [-] Search continues for canoeist missing in Ont.
07/03/2007 [-] Unmarked Alta. cop cars catch all kinds of traffic violations
07/03/2007 [-] Alta. man drowns after cliff-jumping
07/03/2007 [-] Rescue crews search for 2 hikers
07/03/2007 [-] Child runs 1.5 km for help after fatal crash
07/03/2007 [-] Sask. health-care strike imminent union
07/03/2007 [-] District considering Montague school location
07/03/2007 [-] Competing offers rock proposed concert
07/03/2007 [-] Bids for BCE, Teck boost Toronto stock index
07/03/2007 [-] Ottawa police destroy suspicious packages
07/03/2007 [-] Top 10 films in Canada from June 29 to July 1
07/03/2007 [-] Canada Learning Bond paying off for low income families
07/03/2007 [-] Canada to announce 30 million for Afghan justice program at conference
07/03/2007 [-] Search for N.B. smelter link to cancer rates ditched
07/03/2007 [-] Military not keen to keep suspended psychiatrist
07/03/2007 [-] Pickton witness at centre of legal storm
07/03/2007 [-] Residents flee firebug
07/03/2007 [-] Dad's burial flag stolen in Whitby
07/03/2007 [-] Coalition calls for revamped student loan system
07/03/2007 [-] Canada to announce 30M for Afghan justice program
07/03/2007 [-] Newfoundland seeks clarification of letter from Finance Minister Flaherty
07/03/2007 [-] Canada to commit 30M to Afghan legal system
07/03/2007 [-] Grit fundraising efforts trail far behind Tories
07/03/2007 [-] Seafood processors blast Marine Atlantic shipping shift
07/03/2007 [-] Police welcome involuntary treatment act
07/03/2007 [-] Body found off Souris shore
07/03/2007 [-] Gas prices rise on weekend
07/03/2007 [-] Canadiens sign Czech defenseman Hamrlik
07/03/2007 [-] Teck Cominco to buy Aur for C4.1 billion
07/03/2007 [-] Wabush mayor lobbies for obstetrician to handle baby surge
07/03/2007 [-] Live Music Search Engine ShowClix.com Invades Canada
07/03/2007 [-] Possible security breach at St. Anthony airport probed
07/03/2007 [-] In cramped basket, balloonist lifts off for Atlantic crossing
07/03/2007 [-] Festival of Lights keeps police busy
07/03/2007 [-] B.C. band furious over pepper spray incident
07/03/2007 [-] Windstorm wreaks havoc in Manitoba
07/03/2007 [-] Trucker escapes submerged semi
07/03/2007 [-] Head-on collision kills motorcyclist
07/03/2007 [-] Racers slammed on Hwy. 400
07/03/2007 [-] Cops search for serial arsonist
07/03/2007 [-] Two dead women remain nameless
07/03/2007 [-] Kawasaki named concertmaster at Canada National Arts Centre Orchestra
07/03/2007 [-] Man escapes death in shooting
07/03/2007 [-] Seeking Erie's 'holy grail'
07/03/2007 [-] Man presumed drowned in Lake Huron
07/03/2007 [-] Tall ships like one that lost Gainey need changes in rough weather sailor
07/03/2007 [-] Suspects sought after bullets fly outside McDonalds restaurant near Montreal
07/03/2007 [-] ICICI Bank Canada building M&A bridges to India
07/03/2007 [-] Status of Women Canada issues call for proposals
07/03/2007 [-] Boy arrives in Canada for life-saving surgery
07/03/2007 [-] Teen airlifted off mountain in Canada
07/03/2007 [-] Tall ships need better safety rules mariner
07/03/2007 [-] Young girl dies after being mauled by family dog
07/03/2007 [-] Northern Canada ponds drying up
07/02/2007 [-] Outcome of Black trial could push Canada to boost regulation observers
07/02/2007 [-] Police seek off-duty officer who helped at crash scene
07/02/2007 [-] Davie shipyard in Quebec groans to life after barely dodging liquidation
07/02/2007 [-] Will 48.5B Deal For Bell Canada Pass Muster
07/02/2007 [-] Ministers of Agriculture announce Growing Forward, a new vision for Canada's ag sector
07/02/2007 [-] Canada to help find ways to aid Afghan justice system at Rome meeting
07/02/2007 [-] Arrest warrant issued for man after Montreal woman found in car trunk
07/02/2007 [-] Kawasaki named concertmaster at Canada National Arts Centre Orchestra+
07/02/2007 [-] High gas prices mean fewer summer road trips B.C. survey
07/02/2007 [-] Police work to nab racers as accident toll climbs
07/02/2007 [-] Media Democracy in Canada
07/02/2007 [-] Winnipeg pizza place serves up side of porn
07/02/2007 [-] Tall ship that lost Gainey needed order for safety gear in storms crewmate
07/02/2007 [-] B.C. river long-train disaster could easily happen again, say groups
07/02/2007 [-] N.S. man killed in crash near Renfrew
07/02/2007 [-] Canadian wrestler Benoit's doctor charged in drug probe
07/02/2007 [-] Edmonton man dies in cliff-diving incident
07/02/2007 [-] Pastor Who Fought For Gay Marriage Receives Canada's Highest Honor
07/02/2007 [-] B.C. inquest into RCMP jail shooting death will probe blood spatters
07/02/2007 [-] Wreckage of helicopter found in northern Saskatchewan, two men still missing
07/02/2007 [-] Sask. health-care union prepares for job action
07/02/2007 [-] Quick facts Preliminary cost projections of a dirty-bomb explosion
07/02/2007 [-] Dirty bombs would create ghost towns
07/02/2007 [-] Ontario teen rescued from B.C.'s Mount Seymour
07/02/2007 [-] Private company sponsors ceremony for new Canadians
07/02/2007 [-] Oilers make deal, Leafs ink Blake
07/02/2007 [-] Smyth heading to Colorado
07/02/2007 [-] Mi'kmaq man drowns near Digby
07/02/2007 [-] Fire rips through Sask. Hutterite pig farm
07/02/2007 [-] Winnipeg resumes mosquito fogging after brief break
07/02/2007 [-] Police suspect arson after fires in downtown T.O.
07/02/2007 [-] Early West Nile case prompts breeding scare
07/02/2007 [-] Gambia Canada's Discrimination
07/02/2007 [-] Fire marshal probes 7 blazes in Toronto neighbourhood
07/02/2007 [-] Ottawa police probe triple slaying in luxury condo
07/02/2007 [-] Armed robber holds up St. John's gas bar
07/02/2007 [-] Woman's body found in river near Edmonton
07/02/2007 [-] Flights increasing at Charlottetown airport CEO
07/02/2007 [-] Iran court in new hearing into photographer 'murder'
07/02/2007 [-] Ottawa police won't confirm triple-slaying victims
07/02/2007 [-] Montreal woman abducted, in critical condition
07/02/2007 [-] Ont. moves to make trucks speed limiters mandatory
07/02/2007 [-] Jurors resume deliberations in Black trial
07/02/2007 [-] Ontario teen rescued from B.C.'s Mount Seymour
07/02/2007 [-] Smyth headlines avalanche of free-agent signings
07/02/2007 [-] Canada Day Celebration RCMP
07/02/2007 [-] Canada Day Celebration Skyhawks
07/02/2007 [-] Mi'kmaq man drowns near Digby
07/02/2007 [-] Wilson man wins Canada-to-Mexico bike race
07/02/2007 [-] Montreal woman abducted and found beaten in car trunk in critical condition
07/02/2007 [-] Ontario must investigate new chemicals in water, says environmental commissioner
07/02/2007 [-] 17-month-old girl mauled to death by family dog
07/02/2007 [-] Canada Day brings new fires
07/02/2007 [-] Bidding for Bell Canada May Not Be Over
07/02/2007 [-] Rainy conditions likely to keep wheat prices climbing
07/02/2007 [-] Bad weather blamed for train derailment near Sask. village
07/02/2007 [-] P.E.I. cattle industry gets 3.8M to meet new mad cow rules
07/02/2007 [-] Woman's body found in river near Edmonton
07/02/2007 [-] Armed robber holds up St. John's gas bar
07/02/2007 [-] Furniture truck ablaze in Perimeter collision
07/02/2007 [-] Outfitters sue N.W.T. government over caribou quota cuts
07/02/2007 [-] N.L. funds cod fishery research on 15th anniversary of moratorium
07/02/2007 [-] Canada Day March
07/02/2007 [-] Chris Benoit Funeral in Canada, Separate From Wife and Son
07/02/2007 [-] Canada Day
07/02/2007 [-] Canada Day fireworks
07/02/2007 [-] Kingston Canada Day
07/02/2007 [-] Happy Canada Day
07/02/2007 [-] Bogus Colgate in Va., five other states and Canada
07/02/2007 [-] Is Canada Governable?
07/02/2007 [-] Birthday wishes for Canada
07/02/2007 [-] Trucker proves power of one
07/02/2007 [-] Forced detox aids hundreds
07/02/2007 [-] Coward driver left man for dead
07/02/2007 [-] Diver feared dead in Calgary
07/02/2007 [-] Vandal antics flood upscale condos
07/02/2007 [-] First baby born from egg matured in lab and frozen
07/02/2007 [-] Hollowing out of Canada 'a lot of hot air'
07/02/2007 [-] The Plan to Disappear Canada
07/02/2007 [-] Toyo Tire & Rubber Establishes Nitto Tire Canada Inc.
07/02/2007 [-] The debate Do we need the monarchy?
07/02/2007 [-] Chile outclasses Canada at FIFA U-20
07/02/2007 [-] Pearson ups security after British airport blast
07/02/2007 [-] Notables optimistic about Canada's future
07/02/2007 [-] Differing accounts delay Picton Castle probe
07/02/2007 [-] Celebrate Canada...
07/02/2007 [-] More funding needed for U.S.-Canada border security
07/02/2007 [-] Bogus toothpaste now found in six states and Canada
07/02/2007 [-] Chile whips Canada 3-0 in U-20 World Cup soccer
07/02/2007 [-] When premiers strive for downward mobility
07/02/2007 [-] Outsourcing life itself what India teaches us
07/02/2007 [-] Project Wickerman How Canada took out the pedophiles
07/02/2007 [-] FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP CANADA 2007 SPAIN VS URUGUAY IN BURNABY
07/02/2007 [-] Quebec separatist group protests use of tax dollars for Canada Day party
07/02/2007 [-] Canada drops its opening match to Chile at FIFA U-20 World Cup
07/02/2007 [-] The Winding Road to a Giant Deal to Sell Bell Canada
07/02/2007 [-] 2007 CANADA DAY IN OTTAWA
07/02/2007 [-] FIFA U-20 WORLD CUP CANADA 2007 JORDAN VS ZAMBIA IN BURNABY
07/01/2007 [-] 3 found dead in Ottawa condo
07/01/2007 [-] Montreal's multicultural Canada Day parade needs more federal cash organizers
07/01/2007 [-] Canada asks airports to be more 'vigilant'
07/01/2007 [-] Canada's Newest Citizens
07/01/2007 [-] Team USA softball defends the field at 2007 Canada Cup
07/01/2007 [-] Catching up with the Clan Canada Cup
07/01/2007 [-] Canada asks airports to be more 'vigilant'
07/01/2007 [-] Canada ready for action at U-20 World Cup
07/01/2007 [-] Montreal's Canada Day parade organizers say extra cash needed ahead of time
07/01/2007 [-] Montreal's Canada Day parade organizers say extra cash needed ahead of time
07/01/2007 [-] Picton Castle probe delay partly due to varying versions of facts minister
07/01/2007 [-] Toasting Canada Day with Canada Dry or Molson's Canadian Think again
07/01/2007 [-] Troops in Afghanistan celebrate Canada Day with barbecue, couple 'cool ones
07/01/2007 [-] B.C. woman starts healing walk
07/01/2007 [-] Dozens gather on Canada Day for head-tax rally and march in Vancouver
07/01/2007 [-] Canada Day celebrations kick off in Ottawa
07/01/2007 [-] Canada Day Festivities At Queen's Park
07/01/2007 [-] Notable Canadians muse on an evolving country as Canada hits 140th birthday
07/01/2007 [-] Stop secrecy in talks with first nation, say B.C. premier's critics
07/01/2007 [-] Canada Day in Afghanistan
07/01/2007 [-] Gommendy seizes Champ Car pole
07/01/2007 [-] Stop secrecy in talks with first nation, say B.C. premier's critics
07/01/2007 [-] Iran court in new hearing into photographer death
07/01/2007 [-] Stop secret First Nations talks Gordon's critics
07/01/2007 [-] First day of July marks moving day in Quebec
07/01/2007 [-] Gangs stalling Haiti's reconstruction MacKay
07/01/2007 [-] Police remain tight-lipped on triple homicide
07/01/2007 [-] Police tight-lipped about triple-murder at exclusive Ottawa condo building
07/01/2007 [-] Gangs and drugs stalling Haiti's reconstruction MacKay
07/01/2007 [-] Harper's Canada Day message This country's back
07/01/2007 [-] Private equity takes Bell Canada
07/01/2007 [-] Oh Canada tradition continues
07/01/2007 [-] Cp Receives Qatar Cables Greets Canada
07/01/2007 [-] Toasting Canada Day with Canada Dry or Molson's Canadian? Think again
07/01/2007 [-] Canadian notables say Canada is North, Canada is cool as Canada hits 140
07/01/2007 [-] Bahrain-pm Pm Receives Qatar Cable Greets Canada
07/01/2007 [-] Toasting Canada Day with Canada Dry or Molson's Canadian? Think again
07/01/2007 [-] Troops in Afghanistan celebrate Canada Day with barbecue, couple 'cool ones?
07/01/2007 [-] Rampant gangs and drugs stalling Haiti's reconstruction, MacKay warned
07/01/2007 [-] Red, white and blue mark Canada Day celebrations in Ottawa
07/01/2007 [-] Canada Day Festivities On Parliament Hill
07/01/2007 [-] Canada turns 140
07/01/2007 [-] N.B. lobster fishermen wade into dispute with U.S.
07/01/2007 [-] Soldiers celebrate Canada Day in Kandahar
07/01/2007 [-] Poster winner celebrates Canada Day in Ottawa
07/01/2007 [-] In Canada, it`s Butt off for Alistairs
07/01/2007 [-] Traffic jammed after blockade
07/01/2007 [-] Bell Canada Agrees to Record-Setting Buyout Deal
07/01/2007 [-] Canada's big role in Afghanistan
07/01/2007 [-] Crime pays off in Canada
07/01/2007 [-] Crack tied to slaying Cop
07/01/2007 [-] Did speed kill them?
07/01/2007 [-] Mom weeps as son denied bail, but pal freed
07/01/2007 [-] The First Nations look to the future
07/01/2007 [-] EU firms laud China's new labor law
07/01/2007 [-] Petition seeks bully remedy
07/01/2007 [-] Pizza joint delivers porno pics
07/01/2007 [-] Defence up next in murder case involving girl, 13, accused of slaughtering family
07/01/2007 [-] Coming of age for soccer in Canada
07/01/2007 [-] China CNPC Wins First Rights to Explore Canada's Oil San
07/01/2007 [-] Rugby Canada calls for Keys
07/01/2007 [-] Fake Toothpaste Found in US, Canada
07/01/2007 [-] Canada draws line in the ice over Arctic seabed
07/01/2007 [-] Three fallen soldiers remembered on Canada Day weekend
07/01/2007 [-] A great Canadian honoured on Canada Day
07/01/2007 [-] Why immigrants say Canada is the best country on Earth
07/01/2007 [-] Christos Karigiannis laid to rest
07/01/2007 [-] Bell Canada Agrees to 49 Billion Deal
07/01/2007 [-] Royal Greetings To Canada
07/01/2007 [-] His Majesty's Congratulatory Messages On Canada Day
07/01/2007 [-] A young girl's fight for love can lead to prison in Afghanistan
07/01/2007 [-] Icebergs a hot ticket for Newfoundland tourism
07/01/2007 [-] Canadian security levels mostly invisible to public
07/01/2007 [-] Teachers group wins C52 bln race for Canada's BCE
07/01/2007 [-] Fake Colgate, Chinese toothpastes pose risks Health Canada
07/01/2007 [-] N. Korea, Panama draw at FIFA U-20 World Cup
07/01/2007 [-] Canada's BCE agrees to C34.8bn buyout
07/01/2007 [-] Bell Canada agrees to buyout in largest takeover in Canadian history
07/01/2007 [-] A century of highs and lows for Bell Canada shareholders
07/01/2007 [-] Ambassador Caron's message on Canada Day 2007
07/01/2007 [-] Strong USA Take On Korea Republic In FIFA U-20 World Cup, Canada ...
06/30/2007 [-] In Canada, it's Butt off for Alistairs
06/30/2007 [-] 3 fatal collisions mark deadly start to long weekend
06/30/2007 [-] 6 States, Canada Report Bogus Toothpaste
06/30/2007 [-] Fatal collisions in Alberta mark deadly start to Canada Day long weekend
06/30/2007 [-] JC FIFA U-20 Toronto Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Three soldiers killed while serving country remembered on Canada Day weekend
06/30/2007 [-] Three fatal collisions in Alberta mark deadly start to Canada Day long weekend
06/30/2007 [-] Teachers group wins C52 billion race for Canada's BCE
06/30/2007 [-] Perera captures Champ Car pole in Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Afghans have colourful image of Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan wins battle for BCE
06/30/2007 [-] Canadian ace's 1925 report on Iraq air war still resonates today
06/30/2007 [-] Hundreds of thousands of Lost Canadians look to Australia on Canada Day
06/30/2007 [-] Afghans have colourful image of Canada from brief encounters with troops
06/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada agrees to go private in largest leveraged buyout ever
06/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada agrees to go private
06/30/2007 [-] 4 charged in Vancouver-area debit card scam
06/30/2007 [-] Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan wins battle for BCE
06/30/2007 [-] N.B. fishermen head to murky waters in international boundary dispute
06/30/2007 [-] Funeral begins for Newfoundland soldier, 26, killed in Afghanistan
06/30/2007 [-] Can you fake being Canadian?
06/30/2007 [-] Police investigate triple homicide
06/30/2007 [-] Health Canada Issues Warning Against Toxic Toothpaste
06/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada Agrees to 49 Billion Offer
06/30/2007 [-] Canada's goalie shuts out memories of war-torn Bosnia
06/30/2007 [-] Gangster-turned-pastor aims for brighter future in old Montreal hood
06/30/2007 [-] Happy Canada Day!!!!!!
06/30/2007 [-] Clean up begins after severe storm in B.C.
06/30/2007 [-] Clean up begins after severe storm ripped through southeast B.C. Interior
06/30/2007 [-] Canadaville a haven for Katrina survivors who can follow its strict rules
06/30/2007 [-] Bogus toothpaste now found in 6 states including Mich. and Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Displaced Katrina families find 'second chance' in Canadaville
06/30/2007 [-] Bogus Toothpaste Now Found in 6 States & Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Mourners remember soldier killed in Afghanistan
06/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada agrees to 33B private equity buyout
06/30/2007 [-] Fallen Canadian soldier remembered as inspirational instructor
06/30/2007 [-] Bogus toothpaste now found in 6 states and Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Montreal prepares for moving day garbage
06/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada Agrees to Privatization
06/30/2007 [-] Bogus Toothpaste Now in 6 States, Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Canada's BCE Agrees to Buyout
06/30/2007 [-] Storm injures 10 in B.C. Interior
06/30/2007 [-] 38 Canadian reservists welcomed in Halifax on return from Afghanistan
06/30/2007 [-] Funerals for 3 Canadian soldiers killed in Afghanistan being held Saturday
06/30/2007 [-] Severe windstorm hits southwestern B.C., damages RCMP building
06/30/2007 [-] Team salary cap raised to 50.3 million for next season
06/30/2007 [-] French rookie takes provisional Champ-car pole
06/30/2007 [-] BCE announces 51.7B acquisition by group headed by Ont. Teachers Pension Plan
06/30/2007 [-] Teachers group wins C52 bln race for BCE
06/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada to be bought by pension fund
06/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada Backs Privatization Offer
06/30/2007 [-] Teachers group wins C52 bln race for BCE
06/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada backs buyout offer
06/30/2007 [-] Canada upset by native-group pleas for help
06/30/2007 [-] Ont. Teachers fund wins battle for BCE
06/30/2007 [-] Canadian Pension Plan Wins Telecom Bid
06/30/2007 [-] Nearly 40 per cent of Canadians against dual citizenship poll
06/30/2007 [-] Caracas-born Eliana Cuevas is Canadas emerging Latin music queen
06/30/2007 [-] Rail traffic resumes after aboriginal day of protest
06/30/2007 [-] Bell Canada Endorses Privatization Offer
06/30/2007 [-] Peace rules at native protests
06/30/2007 [-] Fantino happy everyone kept cool
06/30/2007 [-] Tory Law applies to all
06/30/2007 [-] Canada Man Sent Back To NW Suburbs On Abuse Charge
06/30/2007 [-] In gratitude on Canada Day
06/30/2007 [-] Only in Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Canada handles Korea in World League Volleyball
06/30/2007 [-] Girl's birthday killer gets 14 years
06/30/2007 [-] Cops deny guns-for-release deals
06/30/2007 [-] Brutal rapist jailed indefinitely
06/30/2007 [-] Cop shooting suspect out on bail
06/30/2007 [-] Jogger hit-and-run case tossed
06/30/2007 [-] Mom's abuse conviction overturned
06/30/2007 [-] Girl accepted jail wedding proposal
06/30/2007 [-] May 25, 2007 Should Canada pull its soldiers out of Afghanistan before 2009?
06/30/2007 [-] Canada natives in day of protests
06/30/2007 [-] Canada's best-kept secrets in the arts
06/30/2007 [-] Canada Indians Protest Delays Travelers AP
06/30/2007 [-] Canada gives industry two years to voluntarily drop trans fats
06/30/2007 [-] Ukraine Tops Russia and Canada in Kiev
06/30/2007 [-] Canada Day celebrations to feature music, fireworks
06/30/2007 [-] A war-torn family faces life together in Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Straight-talking colonel takes over Canada's special forces
06/30/2007 [-] Celebrate Canada this Sunday
06/30/2007 [-] Canada's WestJet Continues Growth
06/30/2007 [-] Protests close parts of Canada
06/30/2007 [-] Canada trains suspend service due to protests
06/30/2007 [-] Costa Ricans tip-off to Canada Free Press about Jean Lefleurs ...
06/30/2007 [-] Native groups disturb Canada with calls for help
06/30/2007 [-] Canada's best-kept secrets in the arts
06/30/2007 [-] Riders end Alouettes' home streak
06/30/2007 [-] Lawyer for officer fired in frozen Sask. teen case says there's new evidence
06/30/2007 [-] Little House on the Prairie star to get Canadian citizenship on Canada Day
06/30/2007 [-] Riders end Alouettes' home streak
06/30/2007 [-] 2 Canadian boys with same name land on no-fly list
06/30/2007 [-] U.S. prosecutors say ex-soldier charged in bank robbery is missing in Canada
06/30/2007 [-] China's CNPC wins Canada oil sands exploration rights
06/30/2007 [-] Canada protests denounce indigenous poverty
06/30/2007 [-] Canada Indians Protest Delays Travelers
06/30/2007 [-] B.C. aboriginal groups out in full force on day of action
06/30/2007 [-] Judge gives thumbs-up to Dawson lagoon plans
06/30/2007 [-] Canada Day in Quebec has challenges
06/30/2007 [-] Goth murder outlined in online messages
06/30/2007 [-] Rogue Mohawk warns more barricade action coming
06/29/2007 [-] Canada to ban feeding all scraps to pigs, poultry
06/29/2007 [-] More severe storms in Manitoba's future?
06/29/2007 [-] Man accused in cop shooting granted bail
06/29/2007 [-] Miramar heads to final public hearing on water licence
06/29/2007 [-] Aboriginals protest en masse in Canada
06/29/2007 [-] RIM, oils power Toronto stock index up 190 points
06/29/2007 [-] Soft data knocks Canada dollar lower, bonds higher
06/29/2007 [-] Death of daughters prompted Brant to hard-line native activism
06/29/2007 [-] Indifference, desire for independence Canada Day in Quebec has challenges
06/29/2007 [-] Thrill of flying Snowbird jets can't be beat, says pilot
06/29/2007 [-] Alberta girl accused of killing family accepted prison marriage proposal
06/29/2007 [-] Former Ontario cabinet minister named to Royal Canadian Mint board
06/29/2007 [-] Aboriginal day of action unfolds peacefully
06/29/2007 [-] U.S. military deserter seeks refuge in Ottawa
06/29/2007 [-] Native plight 'a stain on Canada' Fontaine
06/29/2007 [-] Canada Day Quiz Is It Canadian Or American?
06/29/2007 [-] Send us your Canada Day photos »
06/29/2007 [-] Half of Canadians too ignorant to be Canadian
06/29/2007 [-] Engel Canada eyes layoffs at factory
06/29/2007 [-] Manning, Chrétien, appointed to Order of Canada
06/29/2007 [-] Chretien, Weir, Wallin named to Order of Canada
06/29/2007 [-] 2 men who refused to testify at murder trial jailed
06/29/2007 [-] Jean Chretien, Mike Weir named to Order of Canada
06/29/2007 [-] Hail hammers fields in southeast Saskatchewan
06/29/2007 [-] Cop candidate didn't violate ethics, Sask. Party says
06/29/2007 [-] Saskatoon police investigating date-rape druggings
06/29/2007 [-] Canadian court extradites drug baron to native Italy to face punishment
06/29/2007 [-] Cross-Canada protests denounce natives' poverty
06/29/2007 [-] CN Rail angry at blockade
06/29/2007 [-] CANADA Day of Action Highlights Native Frustration
06/29/2007 [-] Stetson named to Order of Canada
06/29/2007 [-] Cross-Canada protests denounce natives' poverty
06/29/2007 [-] Protests Bog Down Canadian Travelers
06/29/2007 [-] June 29, 2007 What's the best thing about living in Canada?
06/29/2007 [-] Federal government says it has heard aboriginal concerns from day of protests
06/29/2007 [-] Politics shape Canada Day celebrations
06/29/2007 [-] Canadian spot gas prices fall before long weekend
06/29/2007 [-] Water funds make a splash
06/29/2007 [-] The Macleans.ca Interview Irvin Muchnick
06/29/2007 [-] The debate that wouldn't die
06/29/2007 [-] Jean Chretien, Mike Weir, Pamela Wallin among 71 named to Order of Canada
06/29/2007 [-] Transport Canada orders CP Rail to do extensive brake check after deadly wreck
06/29/2007 [-] CN Rail expresses anger at blockade
06/29/2007 [-] Man who killed birthday girl gets 14-year jail sentence
06/29/2007 [-] Dehcho standing down on fight for complete land control
06/29/2007 [-] Nunavut premier taken to task over foul language
06/29/2007 [-] Fireworks duels spark call for tougher fines for retailers
06/29/2007 [-] Anti-idling campaign stalls at drive-thru
06/29/2007 [-] West Nile virus found in Sask. mosquitoes
06/29/2007 [-] Unwilling witnesses sentenced to years in prison
06/29/2007 [-] Birthday killer gets 14 years
06/29/2007 [-] Nunavut premier apologizes for obscenity
06/29/2007 [-] Body found at Tinker Dam identified as missing Maine girl
06/29/2007 [-] National gallery not coming to Calgary building EnCana
06/29/2007 [-] Canada Day Road Closures
06/29/2007 [-] Peaceful protests mark National Day of Action
06/29/2007 [-] Quebec to pay bonuses for high-stress nursing jobs
06/29/2007 [-] Cancelling artifactory a mistake Binns
06/29/2007 [-] P.E.I. doctor shortage improving
06/29/2007 [-] Protests by native groups disrupt travel in Canada
06/29/2007 [-] From Diefenbaker to debauchery, prof says politics shape Canada Day celebrations
06/29/2007 [-] Deportee pulls tooth with pliers after appeal denied
06/29/2007 [-] Second woman complained about psychiatrist N.B. board
06/29/2007 [-] Hijacker likely in Canada for good; Burmese activist Stewart Bell
06/29/2007 [-] Deal reopens Canada highway after native protest
06/29/2007 [-] CIA spied on left-wing Canadians in '60s, '70s documents
06/29/2007 [-] Poverty the focus of Canada-wide native protests
06/29/2007 [-] Rare red pandas born at Edmonton Zoo
06/29/2007 [-] Bdard's boyfriend gets 6 months in jail for art theft
06/29/2007 [-] Number of women, children in shelters dropping StatsCan
06/29/2007 [-] Climate change could cost billions in infrastructure damage, study warns
06/29/2007 [-] Lightfoot delights in postage stamp honour
06/29/2007 [-] Businessman gives Sydney Y a boost
06/29/2007 [-] Man charged with gun smuggling sent back to hospital
06/29/2007 [-] Katrina Families Settle in Canadaville
06/29/2007 [-] Europeans hoping to conquer Canada
06/29/2007 [-] Lubicon to rally at legislature for National Day of Action
06/29/2007 [-] Minor soccer getting safer after abuse crackdown
06/29/2007 [-] Edmonton man sentenced in birthday shooting
06/29/2007 [-] Petitcodiac and Havelock not sure what hit them
06/29/2007 [-] No health care strike over long weekend union
06/29/2007 [-] Supreme court dismisses P.E.I.'s fisheries case
06/29/2007 [-] Canada 2007 Bosso Itches to Bomb Costa Rica
06/29/2007 [-] Megapundit June 29
06/29/2007 [-] Canada's economy stalled
06/29/2007 [-] Canada's economy stalled in April StatsCan
06/29/2007 [-] Canada rate hike seen despite stalled growth
06/29/2007 [-] Canada dollar drops, bonds rise on GDP
06/29/2007 [-] Toronto stocks jump 130 pts on resources, RIM
06/29/2007 [-] Bank of Canada poll finds capacity woes rising
06/29/2007 [-] Protests held in Maritimes to push for change for Aboriginal Peoples
06/29/2007 [-] Inuit hunter, 81, found safe after surviving month on tundra
06/29/2007 [-] Different dinosaurs roamed at same time around Edmonton, scientists say
06/29/2007 [-] Non natives join First Nations protest at Halifax bridge
06/29/2007 [-] Mapping the Day of Action
06/29/2007 [-] Historic church to become Irish centre after sale
06/29/2007 [-] Highway reopens after deal between police, native protesters
06/29/2007 [-] Sask. Party says it won't sign trade deal
06/29/2007 [-] New find of dinosaur bones discovered in Edmonton
06/29/2007 [-] Top court upholds tobacco ad limit
06/29/2007 [-] Canada High Court Upholds Tobacco DM Advertising
06/29/2007 [-] CBC Radio's Andy Barrie diagnosed with Parkinson's disease
06/29/2007 [-] Aboriginal marchers take to Toronto streets
06/29/2007 [-] Excuse me, are you a threat to aviation security? Canadas no-fly list
06/29/2007 [-] Gambia Canada Cannot Justify Her Decision
06/29/2007 [-] Gambia Fans Club Unfazed By Canada Blow
06/29/2007 [-] More charges in case of stolen bag of police equipment
06/29/2007 [-] Rickets still a problem in some parts of Canada
06/29/2007 [-] Ottawa man charged with murder in double slaying
06/29/2007 [-] Native leaders divided on use of rail, road blockades
06/29/2007 [-] Repairs ordered amid fears about crumbling bridge
06/29/2007 [-] Toronto's CN Tower shows off bright new look
06/29/2007 [-] Unions, students join aboriginal day of action
06/29/2007 [-] Health advisories posted at Manitoba beaches
06/29/2007 [-] Winnipeg building evacuated after 'suspicious' powder found
06/29/2007 [-] Antiwar group protests support-our-troops billboards
06/29/2007 [-] Highway to reopen after police, native protesters make deal
06/29/2007 [-] Tip leads police to Quebec man on most-wanted list
06/29/2007 [-] Highway to re-open after police, native protesters make deal
06/29/2007 [-] Russia's Norilsk Nickel buys Canada's LionOre
06/29/2007 [-] No extra drinking hours Canada Day
06/29/2007 [-] CUPE attacks school closure plan
06/29/2007 [-] Canada's economy stalled in April StatsCan
06/29/2007 [-] Canadian Indians protest against poverty and lack of services on reservations
06/29/2007 [-] Myriam Bedard's boyfriend gets six months in jail
06/29/2007 [-] OPP to reopen Highway 401 after deal with natives
06/29/2007 [-] Lions trim Argos in CFL opener
06/29/2007 [-] Wanted man nabbed after St. John's car chase
06/29/2007 [-] Native protest shuts Canadian highway, rail line
06/29/2007 [-] Man guilty of second-degree murder in Winnipeg random shooting death
06/29/2007 [-] Mould discovery shuts part of Postville clinic
06/29/2007 [-] Liberals pitch driver-friendly tax, fee cuts
06/29/2007 [-] Indian protests in Canada lead to suspension of rail service on 2 main routes
06/29/2007 [-] Tourism spending in Canada rises again Statscan
06/29/2007 [-] Economy stagnant in April after steady growth
06/29/2007 [-] Daffy over duckling
06/29/2007 [-] 3 men on pimp rap as teen flees
06/29/2007 [-] Man found guilty of assault on baby
06/29/2007 [-] Over half of Cdns would flunk citizenship test poll
06/29/2007 [-] Rickets still bowing bones in Canadian infants
06/29/2007 [-] China's CNPC wins Canada oil sands exploration rights
06/29/2007 [-] Mohawk protest leader to surrender to police at midnight
06/29/2007 [-] Highway bypass would kill Daniel's Harbour, mayor warns
06/29/2007 [-] Blaze wipes out Williams Harbour wharf, fish plant
06/29/2007 [-] Canada Day Open & Closed/Fireworks
06/29/2007 [-] N.B. rejects referendum on proportional representation
06/29/2007 [-] Native leader urges talks over protests
06/29/2007 [-] Protests shed 'negative light' on aboriginals, says native leader
06/29/2007 [-] Nigeria Canada 2007 Bosso Itches to Bomb Costa Rica
06/29/2007 [-] Canada natives in day of protests
06/29/2007 [-] Edmonton Hosts Canada's Most Exciting Summer Sporting Events
06/29/2007 [-] Reimer recognized Canada Day as Abbotsford Citizen of the Year
06/29/2007 [-] Mohawk protest disrupts transportation on Canada's busiest highway, rail
06/29/2007 [-] Bannock breakfast marks day of action
06/29/2007 [-] Supreme court dismisses P.E.I.'s fisheries case
06/29/2007 [-] Nigeria Canada 2007 Nigerian Camp Bars Agents, Scouts
06/29/2007 [-] Wanted man nabbed after St. John's car chase
06/29/2007 [-] Mohawk protest disrupts transportation on Canada's busiest highway, rail line
06/29/2007 [-] Canada's Via Rail suspends passenger services because of Indian protests
06/29/2007 [-] Canada to ban smoking in federal prisons
06/29/2007 [-] Aboriginal blockades bring highway, rail line closures
06/29/2007 [-] Teen guilty of killing bystander
06/29/2007 [-] Woman jailed over cellphone fight
06/29/2007 [-] Drugs smuggled in a football
06/29/2007 [-] US, Canada at odds over fishing island
06/29/2007 [-] Canada to impose strict smoking ban in prisons
06/29/2007 [-] Indian woman disappears in a week after arriving in Canada
06/29/2007 [-] B.C. beats Toronto in CFL opener
06/29/2007 [-] Eskies and Bombers open with tie
06/29/2007 [-] Canada's busiest highway, rail line shut down by Mohawk protesters
06/29/2007 [-] Huntington Society of Canada Supports Embryonic Stem Cell Research
06/29/2007 [-] Celebrate Canada at Guerber Park
06/29/2007 [-] Canada's busiest highway, rail line shut down by Mohawk protesters
06/29/2007 [-] Corrections in Canada Day Quiz
06/29/2007 [-] Cdn officials show flag in fishing zone claimed by Canada, U.S.
06/29/2007 [-] Anticus International Corporation Will Build and Operate a Demonstration Unit in Quebec City, Canada
06/29/2007 [-] THE WHITE STRIPES ACROSS CANADA Yellowknife, NWT
06/29/2007 [-] Chris Benoit's father says services to be in Canada, Florida
06/29/2007 [-] Retail spending on the rise in Canada
06/29/2007 [-] One Night Band Set To Play Numerous Nights Across Canada
06/29/2007 [-] Send us your Canada Day photos
06/29/2007 [-] The Imp Invades Canada
06/29/2007 [-] New Energy-Efficient, Environmentally Friendly Government of Canada Building Will Honour Alvin Hamil
06/29/2007 [-] Band intervenes to stop bootlegging and drug-dealing on coastal B.C. reserve
06/29/2007 [-] April 9, 2007 Is Canada doing enough to honour its war heroes?
06/29/2007 [-] Canada's Support To Afghanistan Remains Strong Envoy
06/29/2007 [-] Canada to impose strict smoking ban in all prisons
06/29/2007 [-] Blockades up as aboriginal day of action begins
06/29/2007 [-] Petro-Canada Joins Exxon and ConocoPhillips with Venezuela Pull-out
06/29/2007 [-] Pet doe gives birth to twins
06/29/2007 [-] Protests Affect Canada Rail Service
06/29/2007 [-] Canada high court upholds tobacco ad restrictions
06/29/2007 [-] Tires recalled in U.S. still sold in Canada
06/29/2007 [-] Privacy guardians call on Ottawa to suspend no-fly list
06/29/2007 [-] Wrestler to be buried in Canada, wife in Florida
06/29/2007 [-] Man found guilty in killing of Winnipeg teen
06/29/2007 [-] Pickton witness demanded money for testimony, defence says
06/29/2007 [-] Companies ready to flee Canada
06/29/2007 [-] U.S. refiners turning to Canada for supplies
06/29/2007 [-] `Canada's Next Top Model' contestant Mo 'incredibly shocked' by ouster
06/29/2007 [-] Canada Must Do More for Persecuted Iraqi Christians
06/29/2007 [-] Top Canada court limits tobacco ads
06/29/2007 [-] Mohawk protesters won't back down in blockade
06/28/2007 [-] Messier leads ice Hall of Famers
06/28/2007 [-] Province orders mosquito fogging in 4 communities
06/28/2007 [-] Quebec breakaway could be long way off Parti Quebecois leader
06/28/2007 [-] Ice hockey-Hall of Fame honor for Messier
06/28/2007 [-] FIFA fever takes hold in hockey-loving Canada
06/28/2007 [-] Police probe computer entry, doctor's records in aftermath of Benoit tragedy
06/28/2007 [-] 6 children injured in BB attack
06/28/2007 [-] Canada Must Charge Firms a Lot for Emissions Panel
06/28/2007 [-] Canada Clamps Down On Money Laundering
06/28/2007 [-] Northern Property buys downtown Yellowknife buildings
06/28/2007 [-] Calgary paramedics begin work-to-rule action
06/28/2007 [-] Enmax electricity rate to rise 20 per cent in July
06/28/2007 [-] Canadian star Gosling lined up for 'The Lovely Bones'
06/28/2007 [-] Iqaluit planning new cemetery near Road to Nowhere
06/28/2007 [-] Supreme Court maintains limits on tobacco ads
06/28/2007 [-] PQ's new leader says timing of next referendum will be up to the people
06/28/2007 [-] Turcot interchange slated for demolition
06/28/2007 [-] Today's tame Tabby direct descendant of wild cat from 9,500 years ago study
06/28/2007 [-] N.S. government says it's making progress on youth justice system improvements
06/28/2007 [-] Olympics venue construction on time, on budget VANOC
06/28/2007 [-] Privacy watchdogs tell Ottawa to suspend no-fly list
06/28/2007 [-] Biggest drug bust in Manitoba
06/28/2007 [-] Man found guilty in killing of Winnipeg teen Phil Haiart
06/28/2007 [-] Crime holding steady in Winnipeg annual report
06/28/2007 [-] Agreement reached over conditions at Portage women's jail
06/28/2007 [-] Sask. teen suspended over pot debate protest gets back on honour roll
06/28/2007 [-] Talks continue past Sask. health care strike deadline
06/28/2007 [-] Rideau Canal joins Pyramids as world heritage site
06/28/2007 [-] Sid Meier bringing Civilization Revolution to consoles Canada.com
06/28/2007 [-] Daylight shooting suspects may be hiding in Jamaica police
06/28/2007 [-] Baltovich author won't have to hand over notes, judge rules
06/28/2007 [-] 2 workers die after accident in Oakville sewer tunnel
06/28/2007 [-] Veggie Booty snack food recalled in Canada, U.S.
06/28/2007 [-] Canada's Via rail suspends service between Toronto and Montreal because of Native protests
06/28/2007 [-] Jan 8 2005 Ottawa Ontario Canada
06/28/2007 [-] Cottagers balk at Ontario's new boathouse rent
06/28/2007 [-] Via cancels key train routes due to aboriginal rally
06/28/2007 [-] Balsillie's bid nixed report
06/28/2007 [-] Man arrested in Markham after Ottawa double homicide
06/28/2007 [-] Teen admits at Alberta murder trial she helped clean co-accused's truck
06/28/2007 [-] Alberta plans to restrict Metis' right to hunt, fish without licence leader
06/28/2007 [-] Head of health research funding body signals he'll step down in October
06/28/2007 [-] Canada's privacy guardians ask Ottawa to scrap no-fly list
06/28/2007 [-] Rideau Canal, Sydney Opera House join U.N. heritage list
06/28/2007 [-] Thomas hits his 500th career home run
06/28/2007 [-] Fontaine joins Canada's top politicians in call for peaceful day of action
06/28/2007 [-] Messier leads stellar Hall of Fame cast
06/28/2007 [-] Power out in storm-struck areas
06/28/2007 [-] Head of Canada's health funding agency to step down
06/28/2007 [-] Two jailed for DRC atrocities, Canadian company cleared
06/28/2007 [-] Nunavik children and youth in trouble, says Quebec Human Rights Commission
06/28/2007 [-] Dawson seeks 3-year extension on sewage lagoon deadline
06/28/2007 [-] Tsiigehtchic to recount election ballots
06/28/2007 [-] Whitehorse man given 9 years for kidnapping, sexual assault
06/28/2007 [-] Father can't 'stop the vision' of daughter being shot after birthday
06/28/2007 [-] Fontaine joins Canada's top politicians in call for peaceful day of action
06/28/2007 [-] Canadian officials show the flag in fishing zone claimed by Canada and U.S.
06/28/2007 [-] Quebecers move belongings as Canadians celebrate Canada Day on July 1
06/28/2007 [-] Arrest in Ottawa-area double murder
06/28/2007 [-] Via cancels service on 'Day of Action'
06/28/2007 [-] Collisions on the rise in Calgary
06/28/2007 [-] Montague parents boost pressure over new school
06/28/2007 [-] New artifact facility cancelled
06/28/2007 [-] Stocks on PNG gas firm plummet in Canada
06/28/2007 [-] Native chief joins Canada's top politicians in call for peaceful day of action
06/28/2007 [-] Ottawa fails to make good on AIDS combat B.C. specialist
06/28/2007 [-] Pickton trial witness asks judge for a break in testifying
06/28/2007 [-] Tires withdrawn in U.S. not sold in Canada Transport Canada
06/28/2007 [-] White Stripes jam with elders, rock Iqaluit
06/28/2007 [-] Strong strain of C. difficile breaks out at Hull Hospital
06/28/2007 [-] Long road ahead for sovereignty, says new PQ leader
06/28/2007 [-] Premier names new deputy ministers
06/28/2007 [-] Nurse shortage dogging West Prince ER
06/28/2007 [-] Montreal man gets 2 years for defrauding neighbours
06/28/2007 [-] Canadas Top Court Rules On Tobacco Ad Law
06/28/2007 [-] Police raid office of Benoit's doctor; Canadian wrestler killed self, family
06/28/2007 [-] Second phase of B.C. inquest into in-custody shooting death begins Tuesday
06/28/2007 [-] Riverbend developer loses licence for 5 years
06/28/2007 [-] Women learn self-defence against violent attacks
06/28/2007 [-] Explosion, fire leave gaping hole in Penticton
06/28/2007 [-] Pictou's floating museum damaged by lightning
06/28/2007 [-] Rowdy campers, off-roaders face crackdown
06/28/2007 [-] Top Canada court maintains limits on tobacco ads
06/28/2007 [-] Nigeria Collective Bargaining a Right Supreme Court of Canada
06/28/2007 [-] Maritime students warm to Memorial's frozen fees
06/28/2007 [-] Poll suggests Harper has few supporters for his equalization policy down East
06/28/2007 [-] Canada, Mexico unite to save monarch butterfly habitat
06/28/2007 [-] P.E.I. transmitter troubles continue
06/28/2007 [-] Crowd cheers as coal plant crashes down
06/28/2007 [-] Venue development budget for Vancouver Olympics on track, committee says
06/28/2007 [-] Crime rates higher in small cities Statistics Canada
06/28/2007 [-] Canada's top court upholds federal rules on tobacco ads
06/28/2007 [-] Study High crime rates in small towns, rural areas
06/28/2007 [-] Anguished mother calls for action against bullying
06/28/2007 [-] Trees fall as police grapple with crime
06/28/2007 [-] Body of boy, 14, pulled from lake
06/28/2007 [-] Canada's top court upholds 'draconian' tobacco law
06/28/2007 [-] First Nations University warns of 'severe' budget cuts
06/28/2007 [-] Winnipeg man leaves 575,000 to kids' charities
06/28/2007 [-] Jury deliberates accused killer's fate in Haiart trial
06/28/2007 [-] Gambia No Gambian Fan in Canada As 235 Visa Applicants Got Rejected
06/28/2007 [-] US, Mexico, Canada to help butterflies
06/28/2007 [-] Family thrilled, disappointed with discrimination ruling
06/28/2007 [-] Argos, Lions kick off CFL season
06/28/2007 [-] Yellowknife RCMP crack down on chronic drunk offenders
06/28/2007 [-] Loaned plane renews air search for Igloolik elder
06/28/2007 [-] Horror movie crew descends on Ferryland
06/28/2007 [-] Man, woman charged after assault at Ottawa gay bar
06/28/2007 [-] Keep Canada Day separate from troop support minister
06/28/2007 [-] Rising premiums could cause N.B. home insurance crisis Godin
06/28/2007 [-] 'Say hello to her for me'
06/28/2007 [-] Autopsy finds stabbings behind double-murder suicide
06/28/2007 [-] 3 products added to Hershey's salmonella advisory
06/28/2007 [-] New PQ Leader Pauline Marois wants more powers for Quebec within Canada
06/28/2007 [-] Petro Canada, Teck, UTS proceed on design of 14B Fort Hills oilsands project
06/28/2007 [-] U.S., Mexico and Canada to protect threatened monarch butter
06/28/2007 [-] SCC upholds federal rules on tobacco advertising
06/28/2007 [-] Canada backs Blair as Mideast peace envoy
06/28/2007 [-] Top court upholds tobacco ad laws
06/28/2007 [-] Resources, gold merger seen boosting Toronto stocks
06/28/2007 [-] Canada's top court maintains limits on tobacco ads
06/28/2007 [-] Doucette elected president of Métis group
06/28/2007 [-] Government must charge firms a lot for emissions panel
06/28/2007 [-] Pro wrestler Benoit passed drug test in April WWE
06/28/2007 [-] 3 products added to Hershey's salmonella advisory
06/28/2007 [-] Chief coroner quits to take top job at Toronto hospital
06/28/2007 [-] Doucette elected president of Mtis group
06/28/2007 [-] Rideau Canal named UN World Heritage site
06/28/2007 [-] Canada, Mexico to protect monarch butterflies
06/28/2007 [-] Canadians to vacation close to home survey
06/28/2007 [-] Study uncovers high crime rates in small towns
06/28/2007 [-] Workers being short-changed on the job study
06/28/2007 [-] Premiers urge peaceful National Day of Action
06/28/2007 [-] Rattlesnake attacks in B.C. force warning
06/28/2007 [-] Ontario tightens security around lottery retailers
06/28/2007 [-] Ont. teen killed in hit-and-run on Alberta highway
06/28/2007 [-] Storm has NB Power working to restore power to homes
06/28/2007 [-] Petro-Canada, Teck, UTS proceed on design of 14B Fort Hills oilsands project
06/28/2007 [-] Second ferry dock welcomed in Port aux Basques
06/28/2007 [-] Williams pushes ahead with Labrador highway work
06/28/2007 [-] Storms leave some without power
06/28/2007 [-] Fewer MLAs on committees
06/28/2007 [-] Gas retailers delivering tax break to consumers
06/28/2007 [-] Boy, 14, vanishes in apparent drowning
06/28/2007 [-] Petro-Canada sees C14.1 bln Fort Hills cost
06/28/2007 [-] Petro-Canada sees C14.1 bln Fort Hills cost
06/28/2007 [-] Natuashish volunteers search pond for missing canoeist
06/28/2007 [-] Swarming incident prompts response in Grand Falls-Windsor
06/28/2007 [-] Zecurion Starts Operations in USA and Canada
06/28/2007 [-] Aussie Darrell Hair returns to international umpiring in Canada
06/28/2007 [-] Ottawa adds sentries around war memorial
06/28/2007 [-] Canadian kids get a D in health
06/28/2007 [-] Boy, 7, abused by fellow student
06/28/2007 [-] Boy 'gargled' as he died
06/28/2007 [-] Six-time drunk driver gets 6 months
06/28/2007 [-] Daughter's murder haunts dad
06/28/2007 [-] Edmonton orders open-air urinals
06/28/2007 [-] Top court to rule on constitutionality of tobacco laws
06/28/2007 [-] Collective bargaining a right Supreme Court of Canada
06/28/2007 [-] A.J. Burnett activated by Blue Jays
06/28/2007 [-] Top court ruling on tobacco ad law
06/28/2007 [-] Pauline Marois vows to hold back on referendum
06/28/2007 [-] Key Pickton trial witness says she lied about being assaulted
06/28/2007 [-] Bidding for Bell Canada Heats Up
06/28/2007 [-] TSN celebrates Canada Day NHL style
06/28/2007 [-] Millions More Movement Getting stronger in Canada!
06/28/2007 [-] THE WHITE STRIPES ACROSS CANADA Whithorse, YT
06/28/2007 [-] Telus's exit likely to pull down price of Bell Canada bids
06/28/2007 [-] Bell Canada offers BlackBerry 8830 World Edition
06/28/2007 [-] TransCanada and Petro-Canada Receive Approval From the Quebec Government for the Cacouna Energy Proj
06/28/2007 [-] Venezuela says Petro-Canada is pulling out of country
06/28/2007 [-] Petro-Canada leaving Venezuela
06/28/2007 [-] Man. schools to let girls play on boys' hockey teams
06/28/2007 [-] Mexico, US and Canada to protect threatened butterflies and porpoises
06/28/2007 [-] Reina Latina Canadas merging Latin music queen
06/28/2007 [-] The Red Chord Love Canada, But Hate Border Guards
06/28/2007 [-] Blue Jays fend off pesky Twins
06/28/2007 [-] Mexico, Canada to protect threatened monarch butterflies
06/28/2007 [-] WestLB's Transportation Group Closes Financing of First Embraer E190 Aircraft for Air Canada
06/28/2007 [-] U.S. border policies seen as threat to travel industry
06/28/2007 [-] Canada to ban smoking in prisons
06/28/2007 [-] Women representatives of Six Nations Territory Canada give Nottingham Sumac Talk
06/28/2007 [-] Wis. moves toward a universal health care plan similar to Canada
06/28/2007 [-] B.C. capital wants safe injection sites established
06/28/2007 [-] Telus pulls bid for Bell Canada
06/28/2007 [-] Canadian sub to take part in Arctic exercises
06/28/2007 [-] Accused talked afterwards about murders trial
06/28/2007 [-] Manitoba's ER doctors getting major pay raise
06/28/2007 [-] Troubled Vancouver area shows no plan for poor UN
06/28/2007 [-] Marois welcomed as new Parti Quebecois leader
06/28/2007 [-] Lawyer accused of perjury as he testifies on Canucks deal
06/27/2007 [-] Free eye tests, cheaper drugs for childless, low-income workers
06/27/2007 [-] Canada ups memorial security after peeing incident
06/27/2007 [-] Canada ad man jailed, fined for role in scandal
06/27/2007 [-] Toronto demands immobilizers on high-risk cars
06/27/2007 [-] Canada urges one securities watchdog to beat crime
06/27/2007 [-] Brother's last sound described by Alta girl charged in family murder witness
06/27/2007 [-] Canada must charge firms a lot for emissions-panel
06/27/2007 [-] Ticats release Rocky Butler
06/27/2007 [-] Key witness in Canada murder trial admits lies
06/27/2007 [-] Canada's New Government Provides 250000 in Homelessness Funding ...
06/27/2007 [-] Canada's Conrad Black Conflict
06/27/2007 [-] Boy, 3, fell to his death out apartment window police
06/27/2007 [-] Widely different sentences suggested for Wharry
06/27/2007 [-] Housing crunch greets prospective Yellowknife newcomers
06/27/2007 [-] Watson Lake hotel deal 'a good change' Liard First Nation
06/27/2007 [-] Audit ordered for Greater Vancouver Housing Corporation
06/27/2007 [-] Banff bank robbers sentenced in 350K heist
06/27/2007 [-] Expert to challenge RCMP version of Ian Bush shooting lawyer
06/27/2007 [-] Cdn military to use own sub for first time in Arctic exercise
06/27/2007 [-] Former ad exec gets jail time
06/27/2007 [-] PM heralds 'national reconciliation'
06/27/2007 [-] 1st round of mosquito fogging almost complete in Winnipeg
06/27/2007 [-] More money, fewer hours for Manitoba ER docs
06/27/2007 [-] Tornado watches issued after funnels spotted in Manitoba
06/27/2007 [-] Canada to ban all smoking in federal prisons
06/27/2007 [-] PM heralds 'national reconciliation'; says Canada most unified in 40 years
06/27/2007 [-] Retired Cree leader mourned after death on kayak trip


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