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09/07/2008 [-] Hopeful signs for Canada's Harper in CBC poll
09/07/2008 [-] Shooting at Calgary party leaves 1 dead, 3 hurt
09/07/2008 [-] Rain can't dampen spirits at Toronto's Virgin Fest
09/07/2008 [-] Que. cheese retailers lose thousands in wake of cheese recall
09/07/2008 [-] CNN Canadian PM Dissolves Parliament
09/07/2008 [-] Canadian soldier killed on patrol in Afghanistan
09/07/2008 [-] American election making Canada's seem tedious by comparison
09/07/2008 [-] Prime Minister Chances Early Election in Canada
09/07/2008 [-] 'Analyzer' arrested in Canada for online fraud
09/07/2008 [-] FEDERAL POLITICS
09/07/2008 [-] Canada in tough after loss to Honduras
09/07/2008 [-] CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Round-Up Costa Rica Roll, Canada ...
09/07/2008 [-] Early elections called in Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Canada sweeps swimming podium
09/07/2008 [-] May urges voters to focus on Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Man shot and killed in Little Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Newfoundland braces for remnants of Hanna
09/07/2008 [-] With economy slow, Canada to hold early elections
09/07/2008 [-] STEPHANE DION, AIMING TO RETURN HIS LIBERAL PARTY TO POWER
09/07/2008 [-] Snap election in Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Election call means cancellation of byelections in Ontario, Quebec
09/07/2008 [-] Pilot found dead in wreckage of plane crash near Newmarket, Ont.
09/07/2008 [-] Woman, 34, dead after being struck by vehicle in Lambton Shores, Ont.
09/07/2008 [-] Canadian man's cyber quest for wife ends with a 'Yes'
09/07/2008 [-] Sister sleuths investigate 1962 murder of their aunt
09/07/2008 [-] Canada votes on October 14
09/07/2008 [-] Information Technology Canada and Korea to help Cameroon improve ...
09/07/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Canada PM doesn't see US-scale mortgage crisis
09/07/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Canada PM doesn't see U.S.-scale mortgage crisis
09/07/2008 [-] Fumes overcome 3 at Canadian mushroom farm
09/07/2008 [-] 97th soldier killed in Afghanistan
09/07/2008 [-] Hanna's aftermath soaks Maritimes
09/07/2008 [-] Canadian soldier dies, 7 wounded in Afghanistan explosion
09/07/2008 [-] Sister sleuths investigate 1962 murder of their aunt in Saskatoon
09/07/2008 [-] Roadside bomb kills Canadian soldier, wounds 7 others in Afghanistan
09/07/2008 [-] Hanna bringing heavy rains to Atlantic Canada
09/07/2008 [-] NDP campaign to rip pages from Barrack Obama's campaign playbook
09/07/2008 [-] Afghan deaths could hurt Tory election campaign
09/07/2008 [-] Hanna's aftermath soaks Maritimes
09/07/2008 [-] Canada PM sets date for snap poll
09/07/2008 [-] McCormick Canada Celebrates 125th Anniversary
09/07/2008 [-] Canadian PM employs loophole in potential power grab
09/07/2008 [-] Canada's Parliament Is Dissolved
09/07/2008 [-] Canada's prime minister calls early election AP
09/07/2008 [-] Hanna 'a rainmaker' for Atlantic Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Early vote planned in Canada's power fight
09/07/2008 [-] Early Election Is Called in Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Canadas prime minister dissolves Parliament, calls vote
09/07/2008 [-] Canadian prime minister calls early election
09/07/2008 [-] Blue Bombers out for revenge
09/07/2008 [-] Canadians go to the polls Oct. 14
09/07/2008 [-] Tropical storm Hanna soaks Maritimes
09/07/2008 [-] Harper ignores own fixed-election date law
09/07/2008 [-] Quebec reports 1st listeriosis death, recalls 11 cheeses
09/07/2008 [-] Canada's prime minister calls early election
09/07/2008 [-] Tank drivers not fit for road
09/07/2008 [-] 3 come home
09/07/2008 [-] Dialers' D-Day
09/07/2008 [-] Cobourne questionable for Als
09/07/2008 [-] Atlantic Canada prepares to be soaked by remnants of Hanna
09/07/2008 [-] Harper calls snap elections
09/07/2008 [-] Harper calls election for Oct. 14, ignores own fixed-election date law
09/07/2008 [-] Canadian Parliament is dissolved
09/07/2008 [-] Blue Bombers out for revenge against Riders
09/07/2008 [-] Canadas Premier Calls Early Election
09/07/2008 [-] Canada Election Dirt Dion Shows His Green Shift Hypocrisy
09/07/2008 [-] Canada's prime minister calls early election
09/07/2008 [-] Canada's prime minister dissolves Parliament, calls election
09/07/2008 [-] N.L. government miffed over Supreme Court appointment
09/07/2008 [-] Poll Economic concerns on the rise
09/07/2008 [-] Canada's PM calls early election
09/07/2008 [-] Harper calls election for October 14
09/07/2008 [-] Canada's prime minister calls early election
09/07/2008 [-] Canada's PM dissolves Parliament, calls election
09/07/2008 [-] Canadian PM calls snap elections
09/07/2008 [-] Federal election called for Oct. 14
09/07/2008 [-] Cobourne questionable for Alouettes
09/07/2008 [-] Harper visits Governor General to call election for Oct. 14
09/07/2008 [-] Election call in motion, PM arrives at Rideau Hall
09/07/2008 [-] Israeli hacker 'The Analyzer' held in Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Israeli hacker 'The Analyzer' held in Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Feds shelve traffic toll study
09/07/2008 [-] Hanna downgraded, moves into Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Hargrove to feds Buzz off
09/07/2008 [-] Half of us iffy on doubling ethanol in gasoline Poll
09/07/2008 [-] 'Not a safe situation'
09/07/2008 [-] Honduras rallies to beat Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Stars with Canadian roots lauded at Canada's 10th Walk of Fame
09/07/2008 [-] Canada's PM to kick off election
09/07/2008 [-] Ramon Nunez rallies Honduras past Canada
09/07/2008 [-] A Star-Studded Celebration of Canadian Talent Highlights Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Canada joins the U.S. and EU in imposing sanctions against Zimbabwe
09/07/2008 [-] Michael J. Fox, James Cameron on Canada
09/07/2008 [-] Honduras rallies to defeat Canada in men
09/07/2008 [-] Harper nominates Nova Scotia judge for top court
09/07/2008 [-] Michael J. Fox, James Cameron on Canada's Walk of Fame
09/07/2008 [-] The Grain That Fed Canada
09/07/2008 [-] British Columbia Leaky condos to leaky schools
09/07/2008 [-] Honduras Canada Soccer
09/07/2008 [-] Michael J. Fox, James Cameron on Canada's Walk of Fame
09/07/2008 [-] Stars with Canadian roots lauded at Canada's 10th Walk of Fame ceremony
09/07/2008 [-] Bodies of fallen soldiers return to Canada from Afghanistan
09/07/2008 [-] Bodies of 3 slain soldiers arrive home
09/07/2008 [-] Neighbours of mushroom farm say they've been complaining about smell for years
09/07/2008 [-] Harper sets terms for listeriosis probe
09/07/2008 [-] Health Canada lax on medical device trials, say doctors
09/07/2008 [-] Neighbours of mushroom farm say they've been complaining about smell for years
09/06/2008 [-] Statement Government of Ontario Supports GM Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Canada Walk of Fame
09/06/2008 [-] One more death reported from listeriosis in Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Breakdown Canada's mental health crisis
09/06/2008 [-] Tories announce defence projects worth 76M
09/06/2008 [-] CORRECTION Canada Mushroom Farm
09/06/2008 [-] Tories announce defence projects worth 76M
09/06/2008 [-] Fallen young soldiers' bodies return to Canada from Afghanistan
09/06/2008 [-] Zaun's walk-off slam give Jays comeback victory
09/06/2008 [-] Pitt plays dumb in Coens' 'Burn After Reading'
09/06/2008 [-] U.S. judge splits decision in Aquash slaying
09/06/2008 [-] CAW elect Ken Lewenza president
09/06/2008 [-] B.C attorney general talks to Virk family as Ellard case faces 4th trial
09/06/2008 [-] CAW marks end of era Ken Lewenza replaces Buzz Hargrove as president
09/06/2008 [-] Maritime farmers face floods, harvest frustration as Hanna brings unwanted rain
09/06/2008 [-] Research suggests refinery emissions much higher than industry estimates
09/06/2008 [-] B.C. labour chief wants inquiry into mushroom farm deaths
09/06/2008 [-] Calgary police chief, union defend actions of officers who shot, killed man
09/06/2008 [-] Completion of Construction of the First-Announced Project Under ...
09/06/2008 [-] Canada's largest private-sector union elects Ken Lewenza as new leader
09/06/2008 [-] Lewenza replaces Hargrove at CAW
09/06/2008 [-] McGuinty called on to strengthen traffic laws
09/06/2008 [-] CFIA issues warning about products that contain recalled cheese
09/06/2008 [-] Visually impaired athlete Donovan Tildesley to lead Canada i
09/06/2008 [-] One step forward, two steps back
09/06/2008 [-] Manheim Canada Set to Open Montreal Facility
09/06/2008 [-] A spokesman for Canada's prime minister says early elect
09/06/2008 [-] Early elections in Canada to shore up party
09/06/2008 [-] Government strikes deal with GM for Ontario investment
09/06/2008 [-] An Old West shootout at the Toronto film festival
09/06/2008 [-] Canada Provides Emergency Relief to Haiti and the Caribbean
09/06/2008 [-] Quebec reports first listeriosis death, recalls 11 cheeses
09/06/2008 [-] Hanna forecast to drench Maritimes on Sunday
09/06/2008 [-] Federal parties' election strategies already clear
09/06/2008 [-] Quebec recalls eight cheese products suspected of containing listeriosis
09/06/2008 [-] Federal parties' election strategies already clear
09/06/2008 [-] Canada's conservative prime minister to dissolve Parliam
09/06/2008 [-] World catches up to Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Parks Canada to lead new search for Franklin ships
09/06/2008 [-] Canada's Government Announces Upgrade to the Fleet Maintenance Facilties at CFB Halifax
09/06/2008 [-] Switzerland Canada Air Crash Memorial
09/06/2008 [-] Remnants of Hanna expected to deliver wet punch to Maritime provinces
09/06/2008 [-] Listeriosis update 13 deaths, 38 confirmed cases Canada-wide
09/06/2008 [-] Canada Imposes Sanctions Against Zimbabwe and conflict
09/06/2008 [-] Feds dishin' our cash willy-nilly
09/06/2008 [-] Chief denies turf war
09/06/2008 [-] No samples taken
09/06/2008 [-] Sneezin' season's about to start
09/06/2008 [-] July 02, 2008 Should controversial figures be nominated for the Order of Canada?
09/06/2008 [-] Facing Years in US Prison, Iraq War Resister Jeremy Hinzman Ordered Deported from Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Trinidad moving rigs out of Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Conservatives hand out 8.8B ahead of election
09/06/2008 [-] 1978 message in a bottle returned
09/06/2008 [-] Saddam's uranium stockpile now in Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Displaced Sudanese Medics Return After Training In Canada And Kenya
09/06/2008 [-] Canada starts immigration in new category
09/06/2008 [-] Canada PM to call election
09/06/2008 [-] Vitagora, Cluster For Food And Nutrition Sciences, Hosts Meetings In Canada This Fall
09/06/2008 [-] Harper's No. 2 wields hammer of power
09/06/2008 [-] Canada PM to call early election
09/06/2008 [-] 3 dead at B.C. mushroom farm
09/06/2008 [-] Canada PM will call for snap elections
09/06/2008 [-] Hargrove prepares to step down as head of Canada's largest private-sector union
09/06/2008 [-] Zim Canada imposes sanctions
09/06/2008 [-] Rios powers Jays to another win
09/06/2008 [-] PM will call for snap elections Sunday spokesman
09/06/2008 [-] Stamps survive rematch with Esks
09/06/2008 [-] Finalists announced for B.C. journalism awards
09/06/2008 [-] James Cameron, Steve Nash to be lauded at Canada's Walk of Fame
09/06/2008 [-] Canada preparing for early elections
09/06/2008 [-] Sri Lanka to feature in T20 quadrangular in Canada next mont
09/06/2008 [-] ABC CANADA celebrates International Literacy Day
09/06/2008 [-] Stampeders survive rematch with Eskimos
09/06/2008 [-] Lance riding high in Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Canada Sierra Club Issues Climate Change Report Card
09/06/2008 [-] Canada Steelworkers and CAW officials tussle over dues base at Magna
09/06/2008 [-] 3 dead from B.C. farm fumes
09/06/2008 [-] Contaminated slicing machines likely source of listeriosis Maple Leaf CEO
09/06/2008 [-] Three people dead after being overcome by fumes at Langley, B.C., farm
09/06/2008 [-] World Briefing The Americas Canada Parliament to Be Dissolved
09/06/2008 [-] Canada lays out 21 goals for Afghan mission
09/06/2008 [-] Two accused in death of 7-year-old Toronto girl now face 1st-degree murder charges
09/06/2008 [-] 3 dead at Langley mushroom farm
09/06/2008 [-] Greece; Autumn equinox in Mexico; Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Health Canada Provides Easier Access to Information on Licensed Natural Health Products
09/06/2008 [-] Canada hotel skirts Calcutta
09/06/2008 [-] Big standings jump for Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Canada purchasing activity up, but at slower pace
09/06/2008 [-] Canada's job gains beat expectations
09/06/2008 [-] Canadian dollar rallies on strong Canada jobs data
09/06/2008 [-] Canada's prime minister to call Oct. 14 election
09/06/2008 [-] Canada adds 15,000 jobs
09/06/2008 [-] Canada imposes Zimbabwe sanctions
09/06/2008 [-] Politicos in Saskatchewan say they'll be ready
09/06/2008 [-] Police need help to manage anger B.C. coroner's jury
09/06/2008 [-] Weapon that killed B.C. teen didn't discharge accidentally RCMP expert
09/06/2008 [-] Politicos in Saskatchewan say they'll be ready
09/06/2008 [-] Rally unites downtown residents in push for safer communities
09/06/2008 [-] Jonathan Chevreau Finally, a chance to buy Canada
09/06/2008 [-] The Government of Canada Improves Accessibility for Canadians
09/06/2008 [-] Canada and Yukon Fund Water Supply System in Haines Junction
09/06/2008 [-] Taking a byte out of Canada
09/06/2008 [-] Government of Canada Announces Funding to Help Newcomers Settle in Durham Region
09/06/2008 [-] Government of Canada Removes Third-Party Spending Limits for Canadian Wheat Board Elections
09/06/2008 [-] Government of Canada Investing in Quebec Fishing Harbours
09/06/2008 [-] Canada Votes For Their Canadian Idol Monday, Sept. 8
09/06/2008 [-] The Government of Canada Extends Transitional Measures for the Region of Madawaska-Charlotte
09/05/2008 [-] Advisory Panel on Canada
09/05/2008 [-] New hospital food more appetizing for patients with eating difficulties
09/05/2008 [-] Cyclist is 4th Edmonton traffic fatality in a week
09/05/2008 [-] Maple Leaf Foods Listeria may have accumulated in slicing equipment
09/05/2008 [-] Slain woman advertised apartment for rent
09/05/2008 [-] Longtime MP departs with no regrets
09/05/2008 [-] Why did they have any credibility left to lose?
09/05/2008 [-] Canada imposes sanctions on Zimbabwe
09/05/2008 [-] Cape Breton police find bumper crop of marijuana
09/05/2008 [-] Court orders 4th trial for Ellard in murder of Victoria teen Reena Virk
09/05/2008 [-] Moped rider is fourth Edmonton traffic fatality in a week
09/05/2008 [-] 'Electoral chaos' as Nova Scotia faces duelling elections
09/05/2008 [-] Conservative minister announces 1.13M grant to Vancouver theatre
09/05/2008 [-] 'Yukon Erik' Nielsen, former Tory MP, dies at 84
09/05/2008 [-] Manitoba, Ottawa come to agreement on 'Jordan's Principle'
09/05/2008 [-] Spruce Grove teacher charged with sexual exploitation
09/05/2008 [-] Garbage banned from Canmore half-marathon
09/05/2008 [-] 2 suspects sought in northeast shooting
09/05/2008 [-] Canada imposes sanctions against Zimbabwe to protest discredited elections
09/05/2008 [-] Man charged in restaurant deaths had suffered brain injury, court hears
09/05/2008 [-] Canada imposes sanctions against Zimbabwe
09/05/2008 [-] Old trash begets new power under Gatineau's methane deal
09/05/2008 [-] Labrador West hospital construction to restart
09/05/2008 [-] Canada hit by brutal sell-off
09/05/2008 [-] Last stretch of Route 1 to be twinned Canada and New Brunswick to ...
09/05/2008 [-] Deere to Ontario, Canada Factory; ransfer Production to Other Facilities
09/05/2008 [-] - Canada's foreign minister leaves politics ahead of election
09/05/2008 [-] Canada foreign minister will not seek reelection
09/05/2008 [-] Jumbos 'stroll' around in Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Preeceville Initiates Final MRIF Project as Building Canada Fund ...
09/05/2008 [-] Canada Minister won't run again
09/05/2008 [-] Metro Canada Calgary
09/05/2008 [-] Canada has high hopes for Paralympic Games
09/05/2008 [-] Canada sits on stockpile of weapons
09/05/2008 [-] 'Blood diamond' smugglers threaten Canada's northern industry
09/05/2008 [-] Agya Koo, Ofori Amponsah Make Ghanaians Feel at Home in Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Limping along Canada's Walk of Fame
09/05/2008 [-] 2 youths in hospital after ATV crash near Grande Cache
09/05/2008 [-] Danny to Bill I'm here to help
09/05/2008 [-] Winnipeg crash involving former officer's relative under scrutiny
09/05/2008 [-] Some Petro-Canada stations still waiting to fill up
09/05/2008 [-] Nova Scotia to bear brunt of Hanna as storm hits the Maritimes
09/05/2008 [-] Canada PM will call for snap elections Sunday spokesman
09/05/2008 [-] Canada's prime minister to call Oct. 14 election
09/05/2008 [-] Canada wolf
09/05/2008 [-] Whiz kid makes history at University of Calgary
09/05/2008 [-] Danny to Bill I'm here to help
09/05/2008 [-] 230 new child porn charges for teacher
09/05/2008 [-] Extend power to admit mentally ill, medical ethicist urges
09/05/2008 [-] Corridor Resources suspends fraccing at Green Gables
09/05/2008 [-] Winnipeg crash involving former officer's relative under scrutiny
09/05/2008 [-] Manitoba foots bill for water testing in flooded Interlake
09/05/2008 [-] Former Tory MP 'Yukon Erik' Nielsen dies at 84
09/05/2008 [-] Canadian election campaign to start Sunday
09/05/2008 [-] EMO in N.B. issues storm advisory
09/05/2008 [-] Humber Valley granted protection from creditors
09/05/2008 [-] B.C. Appeal Court orders fourth trial for Kelly Ellard in murder of 14-year-old
09/05/2008 [-] Williams denies he's threatened Tories who do election work for Harper
09/05/2008 [-] TIFF takes a fresh look at Girard's Glenn Gould tale
09/05/2008 [-] Latest homicide victim was bound, stabbed
09/05/2008 [-] Bloc not taking anything for granted in expected election Duceppe
09/05/2008 [-] Canada's murky jobs picture
09/05/2008 [-] Canada’s Hotel Pipeline Hits Peak
09/05/2008 [-] Canada imposes targeted sanctions against Zimbabwe
09/05/2008 [-] Canada outlines 21 goals for Afghanistan
09/05/2008 [-] Alberta film industry gets 14M boost
09/05/2008 [-] 1 dead, 1 injured in Airdrie house fire
09/05/2008 [-] Canada's Emerson to co-chair Tory campaign
09/05/2008 [-] Canada bank CEOs see more credit crisis uncertainty
09/05/2008 [-] The Government of Canada Supports Township of Scugog
09/05/2008 [-] Former cavalry unit called to duty
09/05/2008 [-] Burn victim transferred to Halifax
09/05/2008 [-] Harper picks N.S. judge as next Supreme Court member
09/05/2008 [-] MacKay says Taliban will not intimidate Canada from Afghan mission
09/05/2008 [-] Megapundit September 5
09/05/2008 [-] Crude Oil, Copper Lead Decline in Commodities on Demand Outlook
09/05/2008 [-] Sep. 5, 2008 Does Canada spend enough money on cancer research?
09/05/2008 [-] Canada tells airlines to respect passenger rights
09/05/2008 [-] Government of Canada Invests in Yukon Geological Mapping
09/05/2008 [-] Canada Preserves Arctic Wilderness for Whales, Bears, Birds
09/05/2008 [-] Appointments to the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
09/05/2008 [-] The Government of Canada Supports Inuktitut Language Preservation
09/05/2008 [-] Canada Fully Unties its Development Aid
09/05/2008 [-] Flight attendant takes flight on eve of airplane fire trial
09/05/2008 [-] Economy adds 15,200 workers in August
09/05/2008 [-] Hosting Paralympics will aid Chinese disabled Sullivan
09/05/2008 [-] St. John's businessman wants crackdown on crime
09/05/2008 [-] Idaho couple changes pleas to guilty
09/05/2008 [-] Nunavut's new minimum wage not enough critics
09/05/2008 [-] Winnipeg no longer 'One Great City'
09/05/2008 [-] Stocks drop 200 points on jobs data, oil
09/05/2008 [-] Palinmania In Small Towns And Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Liberals call for farm minister to resign
09/05/2008 [-] Police renew bear warning in North Vancouver after latest kill
09/05/2008 [-] Government of Canada and Province of British Columbia Collaborate on Addictions Treatment Programs i
09/05/2008 [-] Ellard conviction overturned in death of Victoria teen Reena Virk
09/05/2008 [-] Ottawa mayor schools voters on federal election issues
09/05/2008 [-] Prince Charles lends royal patronage to symphony
09/05/2008 [-] Winnipeg no longer 'One Great City'
09/05/2008 [-] Calgary film fest to open with Blindness, close with Bart
09/05/2008 [-] More needed in N.W.T. act for aboriginal languages, advocates say
09/05/2008 [-] Public Policy Forum Publishes Research on Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Canada's unemployment rate steady at 6.1 pct
09/05/2008 [-] St. John's businessman wants crackdown on crime
09/05/2008 [-] Mudslinging between Williams, Hearn continues
09/05/2008 [-] No regrets switching to Tories, Emerson to co-chair party's election campaign
09/05/2008 [-] Protesters, filmmakers decry arts cuts amid TIFF events
09/05/2008 [-] Emerson to co-chair Tory election campaign
09/05/2008 [-] Canada Unemployment Rate Stable, Full Time Employment Rises
09/05/2008 [-] 275M project going ahead to twin N.B. highway to U.S. border
09/05/2008 [-] Foul play ruled out in man's drowning
09/05/2008 [-] Georgetown shipyard lands 12 million
09/05/2008 [-] Election looms as economy softens
09/05/2008 [-] Canada's unemployment rate steady at 6.1 pct
09/05/2008 [-] Rogen shows some skin in Smith's 'Zack and Miri'
09/05/2008 [-] Health Canada Issues Warning About Balloon Kits Sold At The EX
09/05/2008 [-] Pesticide complaints down on P.E.I. farmlands
09/05/2008 [-] Georgetown shipyard lands 12 million
09/05/2008 [-] Better ship safety, not more rescue crews, will save lives military
09/05/2008 [-] Raincoats ready? Wet weekend ahead
09/05/2008 [-] Trucks to remain on King Edward after new bridge built
09/05/2008 [-] Liberals pick former defence minister to run in Ottawa West-Nepean
09/05/2008 [-] MacKay says government not intimidated by Taliban tactics in Afghanistan
09/05/2008 [-] Emotional welcome home for Manitoba, Alberta-based soldiers
09/05/2008 [-] Police shoot man dead in southwest apartment incident
09/05/2008 [-] SaskTel managers arrested in theft of satellite signals
09/05/2008 [-] Needy sisters look for missing brother
09/05/2008 [-] Montreal teacher faces more sex charges in U.S. internet case
09/05/2008 [-] Emotional welcome home for Edmonton-based soldiers
09/05/2008 [-] Camps for kids with cancer, disabilities, served recalled meat
09/05/2008 [-] Secord Ave. tenants launch lawsuits against city, Toronto Hydro
09/05/2008 [-] Highway interchange to stay closed all weekend
09/05/2008 [-] Displaced Paradise students under one roof
09/05/2008 [-] Overlapping campaigns raise fears about voter confusion
09/05/2008 [-] Not wanted after the voyage The politics of immigration in France and Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Separatist support plunges in election, poll finds
09/05/2008 [-] Home invasion in Paradise, police say
09/05/2008 [-] Federal government can help, rained-out farmers told
09/05/2008 [-] Canada adds 15,000 jobs in August
09/05/2008 [-] B.C. Liberal Lorne Mayencourt to seek federal Tory nomination
09/05/2008 [-] Job market rebounds slightly in August
09/05/2008 [-] Air Canada reports August traffic
09/05/2008 [-] Would rather shut mill down, Abitibi workers say
09/05/2008 [-] Plane makes emergency landing on highway
09/05/2008 [-] Strip clubs lash out against Tories
09/05/2008 [-] Bras raise safety issues
09/05/2008 [-] Winnipeg girl, 12, missing for a week found safe, sound
09/05/2008 [-] CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Plutonic, GE team up on C4 bln Canada hydro
09/05/2008 [-] Any training camp a 'long shot' Sundin
09/05/2008 [-] July 01, 2008 Do you think Canadians know more about America than Canada?
09/05/2008 [-] Canada getting pricey for foreign firms
09/05/2008 [-] Towards full Pinoy participation in Multi-cultural Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Canada's First 'Community Court' Can It Help Addicts?
09/05/2008 [-] Jays sweep Twins with win
09/05/2008 [-] Poll bells start ringing in Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Rio Tinto OKs C300 Million Invest To Boost Canada Iron Ore Output
09/05/2008 [-] Eskimos try to sweep away Stamps
09/05/2008 [-] Taxman sacks Football Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Canada should ban semi-automatic rifle
09/05/2008 [-] World Briefing The Americas Canada Call for Ban on Some Rifles
09/05/2008 [-] Open Text of Canada to buy Captaris for 131 million
09/05/2008 [-] Giant Ice Sheet Breaks Free in Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Pat Quinn to helm Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Community Raises Vegetables Under Canada’s Midnight Sun
09/05/2008 [-] Rio to expand Canada iron ore operations
09/05/2008 [-] Canada's foreign minister leaves politics ahead of election
09/05/2008 [-] Liberals call for Ritz's resignation over listeriosis outbreak
09/05/2008 [-] Citing anti-Semitic comments, Greens remove candidate
09/05/2008 [-] Judge bars top official from post-trial review for Khadr
09/05/2008 [-] Poll Canada's Conservative Party to win election
09/05/2008 [-] Mounties bust huge B.C. Interior grow-op
09/05/2008 [-] Student workers strike at UVic
09/05/2008 [-] Teens who microwaved cat get probation
09/05/2008 [-] Guatemalan president says his office was bugged
09/05/2008 [-] Canada needs screening program for abdominal aneurysms for plus-65s, group says
09/05/2008 [-] Canada and Nunavut Partner to Strengthen Community Infrastructure Across Nunavut
09/05/2008 [-] BFI Canada Income Fund to Hold Special Meeting of Unitholders September 25, 2008
09/05/2008 [-] Forillon National Park of Canada A Proactive Advisory Committee!
09/05/2008 [-] Tildesley humbled to be Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Canada's Tar Sands Lobbyists Focus on Democrats
09/05/2008 [-] First Nations leader questions use of lethal force
09/05/2008 [-] Greens remove candidate for anti-Semitic comments
09/05/2008 [-] Mortgage crisis may be looming for Canada
09/05/2008 [-] Community Raises Vegetables Under Canadas Midnight Sun
09/05/2008 [-] Fatal retirement-home fire blamed on smoking
09/05/2008 [-] Coroner says tougher laws could have kept guns out of Dawson killer's hands
09/05/2008 [-] Green Party pulls candidate for making 'anti-Semitic' remarks
09/04/2008 [-] Canada primed for snap election
09/04/2008 [-] Senators add veteran Isbister
09/04/2008 [-] New firefighter contract puts city 5M over budget
09/04/2008 [-] Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada Resume, Nevada Geothermal Power Inc.
09/04/2008 [-] Air Canada, WestJet August load factors at record
09/04/2008 [-] Mackie Green Canada's premier whale rescuer
09/04/2008 [-] Blue lobster to hatch in Canada
09/04/2008 [-] 2 Sasktel employees arrested, suspected of stealing satellite signals
09/04/2008 [-] Fort Smith, N.W.T., teen returns to school after recovering from coma
09/04/2008 [-] Thousands of pot plants seized
09/04/2008 [-] Air Canada and WestJet had fewer empty seats in August, Jazz had more
09/04/2008 [-] BC Place to get facelift
09/04/2008 [-] Oilsands fatality was Sask. man police
09/04/2008 [-] Teens who killed cat in microwave banned from owning pets for 2 years
09/04/2008 [-] MLAs debate reach of cellphone ban on P.E.I.
09/04/2008 [-] Former federal employee sues RCMP over arrest for alleged leak
09/04/2008 [-] Keep better books, Saskatchewan warned
09/04/2008 [-] New firefighter contract puts city 5M over budget
09/04/2008 [-] Return home of Manitoba soldiers bittersweet as three of their own dead
09/04/2008 [-] Flight instructor makes emergency landing on NY highway during flight from Toronto
09/04/2008 [-] Emerson, Hearn, Solberg won't run in next election
09/04/2008 [-] Nunavut angling for more immigrants with 600,000 in federal funding
09/04/2008 [-] Mackenzie Mountain trout misidentified as Dolly Varden, researcher says
09/04/2008 [-] Swimmer Tildesley to carry Canada's flag at Paralympics in Beijing
09/04/2008 [-] Feigned terrorist attack a practice drill for Manitoba emergency responders
09/04/2008 [-] Canada's TSX taking a breather or gasping for air?
09/04/2008 [-] Cleary considers run at N.L. riding
09/04/2008 [-] Williams seeks ABC allegiance from MHAs
09/04/2008 [-] Canadians set to vote Conservative poll
09/04/2008 [-] 'I'm just a kid from Yellowknife,' says starstruck 90210 actor
09/04/2008 [-] Poetry to be a walk in the park for Edmonton
09/04/2008 [-] Two women die in southside crash
09/04/2008 [-] Quinn to coach Canadian junior hockey team
09/04/2008 [-] Education minister offers own advice on school board members' pay
09/04/2008 [-] Canada Federal Election Launch Likely Sunday
09/04/2008 [-] National Research Council of Canada logo
09/04/2008 [-] 'I'm just a kid from Yellowknife,' says starstruck 90210 actor
09/04/2008 [-] TransLink adds security to curb queue-jumping at Vancouver transit hub
09/04/2008 [-] Islanders honoured by Wiesenthal centre
09/04/2008 [-] Iron Ore Co. announces 300M expansion for Labrador
09/04/2008 [-] Calgary police make 2 million fraud bust over prepaid debit cards
09/04/2008 [-] NDP's Layton says he's borrowing from Obama's playbook in bid to be PM
09/04/2008 [-] 3 bystanders stabbed after Osborne Village brawl
09/04/2008 [-] Nova Scotia ups reward to catch killers
09/04/2008 [-] Canada's Tar Sands Lobbyists Focus on US Democrats
09/04/2008 [-] Iron Ore Co. announces 300M expansion for Labrador
09/04/2008 [-] Canucks to retire Linden's jersey
09/04/2008 [-] Cliff diving victim loved life, friends say
09/04/2008 [-] Dawson College shooter was ready to kill his parents
09/04/2008 [-] Calgary mourns soldier with 'unlimited potential'
09/04/2008 [-] Unusual asteriod orbit sheds light on comets' birth researchers
09/04/2008 [-] Raising vegetables under Canada's midnight sun
09/04/2008 [-] Gasoline price won't reflect sharp decline in crude oil, consultant says
09/04/2008 [-] Health Canada issues warning about balloon blowing kits sold at CNE
09/04/2008 [-] Speculators adding to affordable housing crunch in Regina
09/04/2008 [-] Edmonton cyclist, 77, dies of injuries from collision
09/04/2008 [-] Telework on the Rise in the U.S., Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Spotted Nandita Das in Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Gehry Designs First Major Project in Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Canada has high hopes for Paralympics
09/04/2008 [-] Canada embarks on search for Franklin's lost ships
09/04/2008 [-] 6 more cheeses recalled in salmonella breakout in E Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Federal gov't spending 1 M to enhance Western Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Global warning Massive Canada Arctic ice shelf breaks away
09/04/2008 [-] Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada Halt, Picasso Inc.
09/04/2008 [-] Search for escaped inmates on Alberta reserve comes up empty
09/04/2008 [-] Megapundit September 4
09/04/2008 [-] Calgary mourns soldier with 'unlimited potential'
09/04/2008 [-] Edmontonians asked to tie yellow ribbons to welcome soldiers home
09/04/2008 [-] Raising vegetables under Canada's midnight sun
09/04/2008 [-] Bombardier pulls in Q2 profit of 246M
09/04/2008 [-] Vancouver film festival opens with Blindness, Stone of Destiny
09/04/2008 [-] Police seek help to find missing North Vancouver man
09/04/2008 [-] Canucks to retire Trevor Linden's jersey
09/04/2008 [-] Longtime Yukon travel agency closes down
09/04/2008 [-] Despite controversies, Winnipeg police making progress top cop
09/04/2008 [-] TransCanada Pipeline Buys Up Bison Pipeline
09/04/2008 [-] Career diplomat Ron Hoffmann appointed Canadian ambassador to Afghanistan
09/04/2008 [-] Vancouver swimmer to carry Canada's flag
09/04/2008 [-] Federal campaign, N.B. Conservative leadership race may coincide
09/04/2008 [-] Old-growth B.C. forests worth more standing than fallen, study says
09/04/2008 [-] Revenue agency introduces new tobacco stamp
09/04/2008 [-] One dead after fire in nursing home in Ottawa
09/04/2008 [-] Eastern Ont. man dies after train collides with van
09/04/2008 [-] New security stamp aims to extinguish contraband tobacco sales
09/04/2008 [-] Retirement home fire kills resident, forces 119 out
09/04/2008 [-] Mislabeled cookie dough recalled in Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Report Canada should ban semiautomatic rifle
09/04/2008 [-] DeFehr consolidation to affect hundreds of jobs
09/04/2008 [-] ZEFTERA, A New Anti-MRSA Broad-spectrum Antibiotic Approved By Health Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Integro Canada Names Dunn Chairman, Rankin President
09/04/2008 [-] Human Resources and Social Development Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Government of Canada to Announce Funding Under Agri-Opportunities Program
09/04/2008 [-] Bell Canada Boosts Internet Investment With Nortel
09/04/2008 [-] Prince Rupert city official's wife granted more than 100,000 in city contracts
09/04/2008 [-] Missing Chinese teens may have used school to get into Canada police
09/04/2008 [-] Unfinished campus residence leaves UBC students without rooms
09/04/2008 [-] Report Canada should ban semi-automatic rifle
09/04/2008 [-] Coroner's report on Dawson College rampage urges wider access to gun registry
09/04/2008 [-] Melting ice shelves not affecting High Arctic hamlet resident
09/04/2008 [-] Sport Thousand Islands Concrete first company in Canada to embrace “Sport for All” concept
09/04/2008 [-] Bank of Canada rate freeze bolsters loonie
09/04/2008 [-] Eight athletes to watch from Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Health officers considering cold shoulder for cold cuts
09/04/2008 [-] Toronto stocks seen rising after consecutive drops
09/04/2008 [-] Canadian dollar higher as oil prices rebound
09/04/2008 [-] Layoffs announced at Fredericton call centre
09/04/2008 [-] Crown reviewing RCMP investigation into Bathurst crash
09/04/2008 [-] Man burned in Moncton motel fire
09/04/2008 [-] Over 21,000 to die from pollution in Canada this year
09/04/2008 [-] Government of Canada Supports Relief Efforts in China and Burma
09/04/2008 [-] 16 of 17 bodies recovered in Congo plane crash; Canadian aid worker among dead
09/04/2008 [-] 15 bridges in Cape Breton damaged in heavy rain
09/04/2008 [-] Federal government contributes 5M to Toronto anti-gang work
09/04/2008 [-] Clash expected over competing visions for GTA transit future
09/04/2008 [-] Hanna on track for Maritimes
09/04/2008 [-] N.L. families slam internal search-and-rescue report
09/04/2008 [-] Plane from Toronto college lands on New York interstate
09/04/2008 [-] 'Hemisphere First Defence Policy'?/Canada's 'National Cesspit'
09/04/2008 [-] U.S. and Canada Collaborate on Arctic Sea Bed Mapping
09/04/2008 [-] Toronto's Hwy. 404, DVP ramp closed after fiery crash
09/04/2008 [-] New report suggests gap growing between rich and poor in Atlantic region
09/04/2008 [-] June 30, 2008 Should Canada Day always fall on a Friday or Monday?
09/04/2008 [-] June 30, 2008 Should Dr. Morgentaler receive the Order of Canada?
09/04/2008 [-] Cheese produced by Ontario company added to Listeria recall list
09/04/2008 [-] Canadian Hurricane Centre keeping eye on progress of tropical storm Hanna
09/04/2008 [-] Search for escaped convicts on Alberta reserve comes up empty
09/04/2008 [-] Special gift wrapping
09/04/2008 [-] More women drawn to guns
09/04/2008 [-] Canada's Arctic ice shelf loses another big chunk
09/04/2008 [-] Wife killed in restaurant was 'an angel' husband
09/04/2008 [-] 19-square-mile ice sheet breaks loose in Canada Washington Times
09/04/2008 [-] Canada's Conservatives to call national election before economic downturn worsens
09/04/2008 [-] Blue Jays edge Twins in extra innings
09/04/2008 [-] Dave Dickenson shelved for rest of season
09/04/2008 [-] Three Canadian soldiers killed in Afghan attack
09/04/2008 [-] Hockey Canada to unveil Quinn as WJHC coach Thursday
09/04/2008 [-] Two Canada Wireless Partnerships Expected Soon
09/04/2008 [-] I agree with TULF Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Massive ice shelf breaks off in Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Government of Canada to Partner With Rotary International on Health Initiative
09/04/2008 [-] 19-Square-Mile Ice Sheet Breaks Loose In Canada 03 Sep 2008 214905 GMT
09/04/2008 [-] Ford to Revive Engine Plant in Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Tories pledge 80M for reopening of Ford engine plant
09/04/2008 [-] Former Canadian top cop faults US for Arar deportation
09/04/2008 [-] Canada's economy ‘losing steam, says Scotiabank
09/04/2008 [-] Media Advisory The Mobile Passport Unit of Passport Canada in Whitehorse
09/04/2008 [-] Honda Canada reports August sales results
09/04/2008 [-] The MindShare Learning Report Launches Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Bank of Canada holds benchmark rate at 3%
09/04/2008 [-] Worker drowns in tailings pond at oilsands project in northern Alberta
09/04/2008 [-] Canada's PM says he's made up mind on election
09/04/2008 [-] Illegal propane transfer completed before Sunrise blast driver
09/04/2008 [-] Que., Ottawa announce 4 billion infrastructure deal
09/04/2008 [-] 19-square-mile chunk of ice breaks loose from Arctic ice shelf in Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Manhattan-Size Ice Block Gone From Canada
09/04/2008 [-] End of the line Whitehorse fish market closing down
09/04/2008 [-] Northern candidates line up for impending election
09/04/2008 [-] Chunk of Arctic ice shelf breaks loose in Canada
09/04/2008 [-] Remove recalled meat products from stores, Quebec premier urges
09/03/2008 [-] Dion adjusts carbon tax plan
09/03/2008 [-] Man dead in N.L. diving accident
09/03/2008 [-] Calgary police officer charged with assault
09/03/2008 [-] Contractor dies in workplace accident at Horizon oilsands site
09/03/2008 [-] Vision Montreal leader wants Expo 2020 in Montreal
09/03/2008 [-] Washington shooting suspect facing charges
09/03/2008 [-] Canada Americas Security
09/03/2008 [-] Ottawa emergency planners waiting for feds
09/03/2008 [-] Biometric system OK for employees at 2 Alberta companies privacy commissioner
09/03/2008 [-] Kilrea to retire as Ottawa 67's coach
09/03/2008 [-] Delay in murder case of Karissa's mother
09/03/2008 [-] Free admission when Toronto's AGO reopens Nov. 14
09/03/2008 [-] Nomination pressure off local Tories in Casey's riding
09/03/2008 [-] Priest MP leaves politics after pressure from Vatican
09/03/2008 [-] 'Direct attack' kills 3 Canadian soldiers, wounds 5 in southern Afghanistan
09/03/2008 [-] Former cop gets another 30 days for refusing to testify at Cornwall inquiry
09/03/2008 [-] Green party threatens legal action if not included in TV debates
09/03/2008 [-] PM pledges listeriosis probe as death toll rises to 13
09/03/2008 [-] Megapundit September 3
09/03/2008 [-] Small town home renovation becomes big time money pit
09/03/2008 [-] ROSEN Canada appoints GM
09/03/2008 [-] Canada and Quebec Sign Infrastructure Agreement
09/03/2008 [-] 100M available for Ottawa sewage upgrades
09/03/2008 [-] Canada's PM says he's made up mind on election
09/03/2008 [-] Equipment failure led to fish plant evacuation
09/03/2008 [-] Foreign student numbers grow on P.E.I.
09/03/2008 [-] Canada Arctic Ice Shelf
09/03/2008 [-] Police Tape Leaked Man Attacked To Death on Bus in Canada
09/03/2008 [-] Hasidic couple hosts public wedding in Ste-Agathe
09/03/2008 [-] Councillors mull more ads, private funding for trash cans, benches
09/03/2008 [-] Hiring advanced paramedics a challenge amid competition, hazards
09/03/2008 [-] Man critically injured in collision with sewer vacuum truck
09/03/2008 [-] Kilrea to retire as Ottawa 67's coach
09/03/2008 [-] Dunlop sentenced to 30 more days for contempt
09/03/2008 [-] Priest MP leaves politics after Vatican call to choose
09/03/2008 [-] Dion announces carbon tax plan adjustments
09/03/2008 [-] The Ward Hunt Ice Shelf in northorn Canada shows cracks threatening its integrity
09/03/2008 [-] Bank of Canada cautions economy weakening
09/03/2008 [-] Report Attack on Israeli Aircrew in Canada Thwarted
09/03/2008 [-] Free admission when Toronto's AGO reopens Nov. 14
09/03/2008 [-] Canada dollar hits lowest level since August 2007
09/03/2008 [-] Bank of Canada holds rates, downbeat on growth
09/03/2008 [-] Toronto stocks open lower as resources weigh
09/03/2008 [-] Afghan attack kills Canada troops
09/03/2008 [-] Arctic Ice Shelf Breaks Away in Canada
09/03/2008 [-] Whitehorse man dead in RCMP altercation a 'gentle giant,' friend says
09/03/2008 [-] Bank of Canada holds rates, dovish on U.S. growth
09/03/2008 [-] Canadian dollar rallies on BoC rate announcement
09/03/2008 [-] More but smaller Canadian M&A deals Crosbie
09/03/2008 [-] Bank of Canada holds rates, sees risks to growth
09/03/2008 [-] Toronto stocks dive in resource-driven retreat
09/03/2008 [-] Man shot dead by RCMP during foot chase in northern Saskatchewan
09/03/2008 [-] Minister says Canada will play a bigger role in defending Western Hemisphere
09/03/2008 [-] McGuinty to push feds for more cash
09/03/2008 [-] B.C. anglers reel in 300-kg fish
09/03/2008 [-] Furniture chain ordered to stop collecting driver info
09/03/2008 [-] Anne & Gilbert plans Ontario tour
09/03/2008 [-] Air travellers to P.E.I. fail to save July tourism
09/03/2008 [-] Bank of Canada maintains lending rate
09/03/2008 [-] Attack on Israeli aircrew in Canada thwarted report
09/03/2008 [-] Government of Canada to Announce Funding to Help Newcomers in Kingston, On.
09/03/2008 [-] Province told N.L. cancer society to back off, director says
09/03/2008 [-] Appeals filed into re-election of Salt River chief
09/03/2008 [-] Whitehorse man dead in RCMP altercation a 'gentle giant,' friend says
09/03/2008 [-] Hunting days pose challenge for Inuit health surveyors
09/03/2008 [-] Pedestrian critically injured in Scarborough crash
09/03/2008 [-] Increased nighttime rescue response not viable DND
09/03/2008 [-] Delay in murder case of Karissa's mother
09/03/2008 [-] 'No more serving drunks' Winnipeg residents to inner-city bar owners
09/03/2008 [-] Manitoba town loses natural gas service
09/03/2008 [-] Former Winnipeg Jet to carry Tory flag in NDP stronghold
09/03/2008 [-] Prices down, sales up in Edmonton real estate market
09/03/2008 [-] Airport closure could hurt access to health care northern Alta. leaders
09/03/2008 [-] Man shot dead after fleeing police on Sask. reserve
09/03/2008 [-] Foreign Affairs Minister Emerson set to retire sources
09/03/2008 [-] 19-square-mile chunk of ice breaks loose from Arctic ice shelf in Canada's far north
09/03/2008 [-] 19-square-mile ice sheet breaks loose in Canada
09/03/2008 [-] Dollar rises on Bank of Canada decision to shelve interest rate cut
09/03/2008 [-] Hasidic couple host public wedding in Ste-Agathe
09/03/2008 [-] Blue Jays still bullish on Overbay
09/03/2008 [-] Season will start without Sundin
09/03/2008 [-] Cameroon Canada to Build 300 Multimedia Centres in Cameroon
09/03/2008 [-] Hunting days pose challenge for Inuit health surveyers
09/03/2008 [-] Massive pieces of Canada's northern ice shelf floating free in the Arctic Ocean
09/03/2008 [-] Astronaut to head space agency
09/03/2008 [-] Potato blight hits N.B. fields
09/03/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Bank of Canada holds rates, downbeat on growth
09/03/2008 [-] Conservatives to pledge money for reopening of Ford engine plant
09/03/2008 [-] C rises as Bank of Canada leaves rates unchanged, notes domestic demand strong
09/03/2008 [-] Amid the election maelstrom, the Bank of Canada
09/03/2008 [-] Government of Canada Invests in Nanotechnology Coatings for Joint Strike Fighter Program
09/03/2008 [-] The Government of Canada Supports Ars Longa
09/03/2008 [-] Changes, not money likely from Greyhound slaying lawsuit expert
09/03/2008 [-] Blue Jays beat road-weary Twins
09/03/2008 [-] Rural folks want runway
09/03/2008 [-] Canadians searching for '9/11 truth'
09/03/2008 [-] Gun-toting robber breaks into city home
09/03/2008 [-] Markham murder suspect nabbed in U.S.
09/03/2008 [-] Beach goers should be warned of high seas, oceanographer says
09/03/2008 [-] Salmon recovering in northern N.L. river
09/03/2008 [-] Phony money cashed in Moncton
09/03/2008 [-] Body recovered in Miramichi Bay after boat mishap
09/03/2008 [-] Bank of Canada holds the line on interest rates
09/03/2008 [-] Judge denies publication ban in Boxing Day shooting trial
09/03/2008 [-] Woman found slain in Toronto apartment
09/03/2008 [-] Bavarian orchestra makes CD with Kent Nagano
09/03/2008 [-] It takes too long to test lakes and notify swimmers councillor
09/03/2008 [-] Stratford citizens patrol to hit streets
09/03/2008 [-] Landlords seek big rent increase
09/03/2008 [-] Private community centre gets public boost
09/03/2008 [-] Moldovans have the chance to settle in Canada
09/03/2008 [-] Top 10 films in Canada from Aug. 29-Sept. 1
09/03/2008 [-] Bank of Canada holds interest rates steady
09/03/2008 [-] Toronto stocks to open soft, resources, rate eyed
09/03/2008 [-] Bank of Canada cautions economy weakening, holds interest rates steady
09/03/2008 [-] Hall calls it quits as CBRM councillor
09/03/2008 [-] Fire ravages longtime Cabot Trail business
09/03/2008 [-] TransCanada-TRP advances pathfinder project with acquisition of Bison Pipeline
09/03/2008 [-] CFIA recalls mushrooms that may be contaminated with Listeria
09/03/2008 [-] 2 OPP officers avoid instant penalties after being charged under street-racing law
09/03/2008 [-] Nova Scotia in for a wet time as tropical storm slides by
09/03/2008 [-] Nova Scotia prepares for tropical storm
09/03/2008 [-] July 21, 2008 Do you think Toronto is Canada's safest city?
09/03/2008 [-] Canadian killed in Congo plane crash remembered for expertise, kindness
09/03/2008 [-] Canada to display Iranian graphic design
09/03/2008 [-] Tourism department providing 100,000 for Alanis concert
09/03/2008 [-] Canada ABCP parties seek swift top court hearing
09/03/2008 [-] Report says Canada not ready for disasters
09/03/2008 [-] BC man to make first court appearance in connection with restaurant deaths
09/03/2008 [-] Dion to announce carbon tax plan adjustments
09/03/2008 [-] RCMP should end use of Tasers Zaccardelli
09/03/2008 [-] One Canadian among those killed in plane crash in the Congo
09/03/2008 [-] Canadians searching for '9/11 truth'
09/03/2008 [-] Flooding in Manitoba causes despair
09/03/2008 [-] 2,000 fine in school bus death
09/03/2008 [-] Zaccardelli faults U.S. government for Arar's deportation
09/03/2008 [-] Tories unveil 60 million of pre-election goodies
09/03/2008 [-] Impact reach CONCACAF group stage
09/03/2008 [-] Canada to compensate former soldiers over N-tests
09/03/2008 [-] Massive pieces of Canada
09/03/2008 [-] Media Advisory Canada
09/03/2008 [-] Canada behind US, Britain in wooing India, says expert
09/03/2008 [-] Foreign Affairs Minister Emerson will not seek re-election, reports say
09/03/2008 [-] Back-to-school woes
09/03/2008 [-] Local First Nations artwork taken during Fort Langley heist
09/03/2008 [-] B.C. SPCA glad to see charges laid in cockfighting investigation
09/03/2008 [-] PNE prize home winners announced
09/03/2008 [-] World Business Briefing Americas Canada Deere to Close Ontario Factory
09/03/2008 [-] Atomic-testing veterans to receive 24,000 each in compensation feds
09/03/2008 [-] Impact reach group stage in Champions League
09/03/2008 [-] Hotel-Dieu Grace First Hospital in Canada to Adopt Autopulse
09/03/2008 [-] Two pilots injured in helicopter crash near Quebec-Labrador border
09/03/2008 [-] Massive Canada Arctic ice shelf breaks away
09/03/2008 [-] Pilot killed in Vernon crash remembered as great guy
09/03/2008 [-] Huge Canada Arctic ice shelf breaks away experts
09/03/2008 [-] Canada unprepared for disasters Senate report
09/03/2008 [-] Ice shelves suffered major melting over summer
09/03/2008 [-] Canada's small-cap market stung as credit shrinks
09/03/2008 [-] Zaccardelli faults U.S. government for Arar's deportation
09/03/2008 [-] Disasters and crime on defense meeting agenda
09/03/2008 [-] Warrants unsealed in case of Alta. woman slain in N.C.
09/03/2008 [-] Investors ask Supreme Court of Canada to cons...
09/03/2008 [-] Sask. MP Batters won't run again, citing depression
09/03/2008 [-] 15M friendship Childhood pals win lottery
09/03/2008 [-] Canada ABCP investors seek Supreme Court hearing
09/03/2008 [-] Canada weak on worker benefits report
09/03/2008 [-] Canada's small-cap market stung as credit shrinks
09/03/2008 [-] OECD cuts Canada's growth outlook to second lowest in G7
09/03/2008 [-] Atomic-testing veterans to receive 24,000 each in compensation feds
09/03/2008 [-] School bus driver's fine a 'joke,' says victim's mother
09/03/2008 [-] Soldiers in atomic tests to get 24K each defence minister
09/03/2008 [-] Calgary school bus driver fined 2,300 after fatal crash last fall
09/02/2008 [-] Canada to compensate soldiers for atomic tests
09/02/2008 [-] Canada offers to compensate nuclear test veterans
09/02/2008 [-] Dene want feds to reconsider sale of historic N.W.T. building
09/02/2008 [-] B.C. RCMP unit to probe death involving Whitehorse Mounties
09/02/2008 [-] Whalen mulls run for federal Halifax seat
09/02/2008 [-] Small Canada bank Pacific & Western buys mortgages
09/02/2008 [-] Investors ask top court to consider appeal of ABCP plan
09/02/2008 [-] Worst of listeriosis outbreak may be over officials
09/02/2008 [-] Ex-Canadian soldiers to be compensated for A-tests
09/02/2008 [-] New court documents made public in Cooper investigation
09/02/2008 [-] Arrival of the Prime Minister of Canada
09/02/2008 [-] Family of bus-slaying victim sues suspect, Greyhound, authorities
09/02/2008 [-] Investors ask Supreme Court of Canada to consider appeal of ABCP plan
09/02/2008 [-] Government of Canada releases report on the future of the Port of Oshawa
09/02/2008 [-] Unreasonable offer by Canada Post prompts strike vote
09/02/2008 [-] Nova Scotians mop up after heavy rain
09/02/2008 [-] McGuinty says he'll use federal election to fight for fairness for Ontario
09/02/2008 [-] Special prosecutor named in case involving B.C. cabinet minister's brother
09/02/2008 [-] Kamloops boy critically injured in sandhill collapse
09/02/2008 [-] TSX battered by weak resource issues
09/02/2008 [-] Senator to represent Canada at funeral of Zambian president
09/02/2008 [-] Presenting the Canada Post Community Literacy Award winners
09/02/2008 [-] Government of Canada Supports Nunavut in Attracting Immigrants to the Territory
09/02/2008 [-] Canada Helps Gustav Effort Through Civil Assistance Plan
09/02/2008 [-] The Government of Canada Delivers Support to Help the Homeless in Victoria
09/02/2008 [-] Reduction in Wait Times for Diagnostic Imaging in Manitoba, Thanks to Canada
09/02/2008 [-] Quebec liquor store bags will cost you
09/02/2008 [-] Ontario working to loosen carpooling restrictions
09/02/2008 [-] Government of Canada Extends Off-Campus Work Program to International Students at Maritime Christian College
09/02/2008 [-] Emergency forces Toronto-bound jet to return to L.A.
09/02/2008 [-] Canada cancels support ship procurement
09/02/2008 [-] Tourism department providing 100,000 for Alanis concert
09/02/2008 [-] Charlottetown announces infrastructure projects
09/02/2008 [-] Stratford launches bus service
09/02/2008 [-] China bars Canada deli meat after 12 dead
09/02/2008 [-] Megapundit August 30-September 2
09/02/2008 [-] Bombers, Lions swap veteran running backs
09/02/2008 [-] WestJet gives Ronald McDonald House Charities of Canada wings
09/02/2008 [-] Man charged in Maple Ridge restaurant deaths sent to hospital
09/02/2008 [-] Alberta sheriffs target unsafe drivers
09/02/2008 [-] Sask. MP Batters won't run again, citing depression
09/02/2008 [-] BASF Canada appoints Brian Denys as Business Director for its crop protection division
09/02/2008 [-] Canada Pavilion Coming to the Western Fair
09/02/2008 [-] Government of Canada Invests in R&D Technology for Joint Strike Fighter Program
09/02/2008 [-] More rain batters Manitoba's beleaguered Interlake region
09/02/2008 [-] Bombers, Lions to swap backs?
09/02/2008 [-] Montreal Impact in driver's seat
09/02/2008 [-] Canada's ruling Conservatives within reach of a majority poll
09/02/2008 [-] Driver pleads guilty in fatal school bus crash
09/02/2008 [-] Liberals MPs gather to draw up election strategy
09/02/2008 [-] Prospecting creates tensions in Canada
09/02/2008 [-] Homemade tunnel collapses in B.C.; boy injured
09/02/2008 [-] Toronto launches green highrise plan
09/02/2008 [-] Steve MacLean named CSA president
09/02/2008 [-] Canada's airlines Risky business
09/02/2008 [-] Petro-Canada Refinery Set to Renew Operations
09/02/2008 [-] Canada looks poised for third parliamentary election in four
09/02/2008 [-] Who will lead Team Canada to polar glory?
09/02/2008 [-] Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada Halt, Bard Ventures Ltd.
09/02/2008 [-] Bank of Canada to sell at least C6.75 bln T-Bills
09/02/2008 [-] Twins' Morneau pumped about pennant race
09/02/2008 [-] TransLink faces back-to-school commute challenge
09/02/2008 [-] 5 charged after Surrey cockfighting investigation
09/02/2008 [-] Families mark 10th anniversary of Swissair disaster
09/02/2008 [-] Labrador air base strike could be delayed
09/02/2008 [-] Montreal Impact in driver's seat
09/02/2008 [-] RCMP memorial set for officers killed on duty
09/02/2008 [-] Canada to Have a Fall Election Waffles Dion Charges.
09/02/2008 [-] Canada's economy will slow to a crawl OECD
09/02/2008 [-] Defence in bomb plot trial begins legal motions
09/02/2008 [-] Saint John, N.B., may pull plug on bottled-water sales
09/02/2008 [-] Siemens, Bombardier to supply 121 double-deck cars
09/02/2008 [-] Parents ready to fight for school
09/02/2008 [-] Arson, break-in charges laid in northwest fire
09/02/2008 [-] Teen arrested after threats made against Airdrie high school
09/02/2008 [-] Cleaner fumes send fish plant workers to hospital
09/02/2008 [-] OECD sees weak second half for G7 economies; Canada's forecast slips
09/02/2008 [-] Opposition says Canadian election soon
09/02/2008 [-] Nunavut gets top minimum wage in Canada
09/02/2008 [-] Canada dollar falls to lowest level since Aug 2007
09/02/2008 [-] Toronto stock index sinks as resources sag
09/02/2008 [-] 4 Almonte friends ready for duty in Afghanistan
09/02/2008 [-] More rain batters Manitoba's beleaguered Interlake region
09/02/2008 [-] Bombers, Lions to swap veteran backs?
09/02/2008 [-] Manitoba trucker speaks about role in aftermath of grisly Greyhound killing
09/02/2008 [-] Sun website soars
09/02/2008 [-] Plane crashes in field
09/02/2008 [-] Big E culture shock
09/02/2008 [-] It's back-to-school in Kandahar, too
09/02/2008 [-] Cat seized, put down on same day, angry owner says
09/02/2008 [-] Ottawa Rapidz end inaugural baseball season in last place
09/02/2008 [-] USA / Canada Omar Khadr is 'salvageable', military commissions are not
09/02/2008 [-] Flood watch for Manitoba's Interlake
09/02/2008 [-] Ont. boy, 4, in critical condition after near-drowning
09/02/2008 [-] Poker ad in student book a bad gamble for Dawson College
09/02/2008 [-] Georgia shows Canada was rash on Kosovo, The Chronicle Herald
09/02/2008 [-] Pregnant woman assaulted in Ottawa home invasion
09/02/2008 [-] Labour Day parade has sombre tone in N.L. mill town
09/02/2008 [-] N.B. considers closing tourism centre


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