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09/10/2007 [-] Car slams into police motorbike, injuring officer
09/10/2007 [-] 2 die in Wynyard blaze
09/10/2007 [-] Commission launches delicate hearings on immigration
09/10/2007 [-] Elections Canada chief won't back down on veils policy
09/10/2007 [-] Bad year for drownings in Atlantic Canada highlights need for water safety
09/10/2007 [-] Canada dollar inches up, but risk aversion remains
09/10/2007 [-] Canada trade expects smaller Statscan grain stocks
09/10/2007 [-] Heart attack strikes N.S. firefighter at Ottawa ceremony
09/10/2007 [-] Canada may ban U.S.-bound tankers from bay off Maine
09/10/2007 [-] Elections Canada stands by controversial veil voting policy
09/10/2007 [-] Firefighters take preventive measures on College Hill
09/10/2007 [-] Blue Jays look for quick hit in Motown
09/10/2007 [-] 2 die in weekend shootings in Peel
09/10/2007 [-] Man stabbed to death on Ermineskin reserve
09/10/2007 [-] Halifax casino workers vote to unionize
09/10/2007 [-] Naomi Klein Why capitalism needs terror
09/10/2007 [-] Sean Penn goes 'Into the Wild'
09/10/2007 [-] Nunavik elders raise voices at Quebec seniors' parliament
09/10/2007 [-] One killed in Hay River rollover
09/10/2007 [-] Canada clears path to remote Afghan outpost
09/10/2007 [-] Off-duty Alberta policeman dies in crash
09/10/2007 [-] Suspects sought in sexual assaults at York U.
09/10/2007 [-] Moncton inmate's cause of death questioned by grandfather
09/10/2007 [-] Company president blames N.B. for call centre closures
09/10/2007 [-] Toronto stocks seen opening lower, Fed eyed
09/10/2007 [-] Myriam Bédard wants to set things straight as child abduction trial starts
09/10/2007 [-] Montreal cemetery workers return to work
09/10/2007 [-] Elections Canada to speak out about veiled voters
09/10/2007 [-] N.S. ATV driver killed in weekend crash
09/10/2007 [-] N.S. fisherman drowns with foot caught in anchor rope
09/10/2007 [-] Police search for missing jet skier in Ottawa River
09/10/2007 [-] Wales 42 Canada 17
09/10/2007 [-] Rugby WC Canada falls to Wales
09/10/2007 [-] Canada declares APEC success, developing countries say they
09/10/2007 [-] Wales rallies to defeat Canada 42-17 in Rugby World Cup open
09/10/2007 [-] Canada wins final game of Super Series
09/10/2007 [-] What's Canada to do as globalization recedes?
09/10/2007 [-] Audatex Extends Agreement With Aviva Canada, Inc.
09/10/2007 [-] Boy attacked with tire iron, police say
09/10/2007 [-] Passports soon needed to fly to Canada
09/10/2007 [-] Ontario provincial election begins Monday
09/10/2007 [-] PM assails Elections Canada's veil decision
09/10/2007 [-] Charlottetown hairstylist must close this month
09/10/2007 [-] A helicopter, then a hike Canada's five-star wilderness
09/10/2007 [-] Elections Canada ruling on veils senseless, politicians say
09/10/2007 [-] Child, 4, injured in ATV accident
09/10/2007 [-] Labrador hunters safe after stormy ordeal
09/10/2007 [-] Families beg for justice
09/10/2007 [-] Rescue attempt drowns three
09/10/2007 [-] Water safety a matter of knowing limitations
09/10/2007 [-] Rescuers search for jet skiier
09/10/2007 [-] Second ballot historic for voters
09/10/2007 [-] Afghan mission a tough sell
09/10/2007 [-] Autumn in Europe, and the Belgians are angry
09/10/2007 [-] What's going on here?
09/10/2007 [-] What's beneath that ban on baggy pants?
09/10/2007 [-] Nicole Richie's prison diary 82 minutes of hell
09/10/2007 [-] Good luck if you've got nasty underclass tastes
09/10/2007 [-] Ontario discusses forestry with First Nations
09/10/2007 [-] Bombers put away Roughriders
09/10/2007 [-] 2 injured after gunmen fire into Vancouver restaurant
09/10/2007 [-] Canada presents Australia with oldest known Australian printed document
09/10/2007 [-] Protesters vow to resist NATO meeting in Canada
09/10/2007 [-] Canada Arctic Pipeline Talks at Critical Stage
09/10/2007 [-] Canada PM opposes Muslim veil decision
09/10/2007 [-] Canada have defied rugby critics, says coach
09/10/2007 [-] Campaign for Ontario's Oct. 10 election officially underway Monday
09/10/2007 [-] Stronach, Domi split media report
09/09/2007 [-] Rugby-World-Wales rely on experience to beat Canada
09/09/2007 [-] Campaign for Ontario's Oct. 10 election officially underway Monday
09/09/2007 [-] Ottawa to consider regulations banning U.S.-bound tankers from N.B. waterway
09/09/2007 [-] More Canadians seeing important of marriage poll
09/09/2007 [-] Calgary, Edmonton in crime 'crisis' Guardian Angels
09/09/2007 [-] Wales Batters Canada Rugby World Cup
09/09/2007 [-] Due this holiday season, Juno presents a lighter side of teen pregnancy
09/09/2007 [-] Top NATO officials plan strategy at Western Canada meeting
09/09/2007 [-] Family looking for rare lost cat Canada
09/09/2007 [-] Calgary, Edmonton in 'crisis of crime' says founder of Guardian Angels
09/09/2007 [-] Atlantic Film Festival changes closing film to Sleuth
09/09/2007 [-] 4 Moncton teens killed in head-on crash
09/09/2007 [-] Canada losing battle against bogus bills poll
09/09/2007 [-] Poll marriage less important to Canadian society
09/09/2007 [-] NRI?s, come and bring your love once in Canada on Work Vis...
09/09/2007 [-] Whale dies after machine-gunning off Vancouver Island
09/09/2007 [-] Controversial public hearings begin on how minorities fit into Quebec society
09/09/2007 [-] NZ, Canada in air deal
09/09/2007 [-] PM blasts Elections Canada ruling on veiled voting
09/09/2007 [-] Ont. Tories trash Liberal promise-keeping record
09/09/2007 [-] Dawson College students face shooting anniversary
09/09/2007 [-] 3 Ottawa men drown after trying to save each other
09/09/2007 [-] Religious accommodation hearings begin in Que.
09/09/2007 [-] Canada's lock Jamie Cudmore
09/09/2007 [-] Wales survive Canada scare in Rugby World Cup
09/09/2007 [-] North Bay students represent Canada at the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition
09/09/2007 [-] Bombers, Riders ready for rematch
09/09/2007 [-] Wales survive scare to beat Canada
09/09/2007 [-] Burqa row in Canada polls
09/09/2007 [-] Police grab suspected hackers in Canada, Taiwan
09/09/2007 [-] Gabrielle remnants expected to stay offshore in Maritimes
09/09/2007 [-] Commuting grows in Calgary
09/09/2007 [-] Ont. Liberals, Tories aim for each other
09/09/2007 [-] Ontario to enter into forestry discussions with Grassy Narrows First Nation
09/09/2007 [-] Two bodies found in burned home after house fire in Wynyard, Sask.
09/09/2007 [-] Remnants of Gabrielle expected to stay offshore when storm passes by Maritimes
09/09/2007 [-] N.American leaders agree on closer cooperation
09/09/2007 [-] Alberta-made TV series wins big at Creative Emmys
09/09/2007 [-] Wales rely on experience to beat Canada
09/09/2007 [-] Commuting from the country grows as Calgary home prices rise
09/09/2007 [-] Sennheiser Canada At Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival
09/09/2007 [-] Stock markets could be in for rough week
09/09/2007 [-] Vancouver Companies Vision Privatize Canada's Forests
09/09/2007 [-] Four Moncton teens die in head-on collision
09/09/2007 [-] Harper rips Elections Canada over veil ruling, threatens parliamentary action
09/09/2007 [-] Canada still at risk from illegal oil dumping
09/09/2007 [-] Harper slams Elections Canada ruling on veils
09/09/2007 [-] Elections Canada went too far, Harper says
09/09/2007 [-] World coming together on climate issue Harper
09/09/2007 [-] PM blasts Elections Canada ruling on veils
09/09/2007 [-] Wales v Canada latest
09/09/2007 [-] Williams, James lead Canada into rugby battle
09/09/2007 [-] Rain again halts play at LPGA event; Canada's Sharp in c
09/09/2007 [-] S. Korea, Canada to hold product
09/09/2007 [-] S. Korea, Canada to hold product-related FTA talks in Seoul
09/09/2007 [-] New Brunswick, Canada to implement first province-wide EHR
09/09/2007 [-] Canada's watershed moment Let's take exports off the table
09/09/2007 [-] Breast cancer walk raises 17M
09/09/2007 [-] 9/11 widow moves on
09/09/2007 [-] Election battles set to begin
09/09/2007 [-] Two sex attacks at York U.
09/09/2007 [-] Harper rips Elections Canada over veil ruling
09/09/2007 [-] Two women killed in collision with semi on Hwy. 75
09/09/2007 [-] Runner feels good after trek
09/09/2007 [-] Canada could shift combat role
09/09/2007 [-] Canadian divers earn podium spots at World Series event
09/09/2007 [-] Argos down Ticats to sweep season series
09/09/2007 [-] Losses, goalless drought continue for Toronto FC
09/09/2007 [-] Jays melt late against Devil Rays
09/09/2007 [-] Victoria anti-NATO demo ends peacefully
09/09/2007 [-] Gen. Henault says Afghanistan important, but not make or break for NATO
09/09/2007 [-] Cdn. campaign intended to oust Taliban from Zhari
09/09/2007 [-] Boulder from Canada to mark Kiwi scientist
09/09/2007 [-] Protesters vow to resist NATO generals meeting in Canada
09/09/2007 [-] Funeral held in Hamilton for Maj. Ruckpaul
09/09/2007 [-] Balloon hits hydro wires near Calgary
09/09/2007 [-] Vancouver garbage strike effects spill over
09/09/2007 [-] Peace protesters demonstrate as NATO's top generals meet in Western Canada
09/08/2007 [-] No to NATO, Victoria protesters say
09/08/2007 [-] Canada offers condolences over death of St. Lucia PM
09/08/2007 [-] Fredericton police look into possible sighting of missing Quebec girl
09/08/2007 [-] Canada makes climate change pact at summit
09/08/2007 [-] Veterans to lead Canada into Rugby World Cup
09/08/2007 [-] Bank of Canada holds neutral stance on rates
09/08/2007 [-] Canada plans Thorium run nuke reactors
09/08/2007 [-] Canada central to APEC pact
09/08/2007 [-] Canadian forces launch new operation in troubled Afghan district
09/08/2007 [-] Grannies march in support of African counterparts
09/08/2007 [-] Guardian Angels to hold Alta. graduation ceremony
09/08/2007 [-] Fredericton police probe possible Cedrika sighting
09/08/2007 [-] One-time Winnipeg 'fat kid' completes charity run
09/08/2007 [-] One-third of Liberal candidates to be women Dion
09/08/2007 [-] Ont. Liberals attack Tory plan for religious schools
09/08/2007 [-] New review ordered in case of B.C. polygamists
09/08/2007 [-] Wind pushes hot air balloon into electrical wires
09/08/2007 [-] China's President Hu Jintao and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper
09/08/2007 [-] Ont. disability advocate slams Liberal silence
09/08/2007 [-] Guardian Angels founder presides over 1st Alberta graduation
09/08/2007 [-] One third of federal Liberal candidates will be women Dion
09/08/2007 [-] Formerly obese young man runs across Prairies for diabetes awareness
09/08/2007 [-] Nine escape injury after hot air balloon hits power lines
09/08/2007 [-] Russians earn tie with Canada in Super Series
09/08/2007 [-] How green is my platform?
09/08/2007 [-] Soldiers commemorate WWII liberation of Belgium
09/08/2007 [-] Canada's Harper at APEC
09/08/2007 [-] Protest planned to denounce NATO talks in Victoria
09/08/2007 [-] By Les Perreaux
09/08/2007 [-] Canada safer than ever against terrorism Day
09/08/2007 [-] Harper stands alone in wearing Aussie hat at APEC
09/08/2007 [-] St. John's police break up hazing party at beach
09/08/2007 [-] St. John's police break up hazing party at beach
09/08/2007 [-] Garth Turner speaks here
09/08/2007 [-] Canada makes climate change pact
09/08/2007 [-] Martial arts teacher faces sex charges
09/08/2007 [-] No pressure for Canada to state intentions on nuclear partne
09/08/2007 [-] U.S. job losses tarnish good news in Canada
09/08/2007 [-] Canada to get sniffles but no cold from U.S. financial turmo
09/08/2007 [-] Sam Gagner going great guns for Canada's junior hockey t
09/08/2007 [-] NAV CANADA reports July traffic figures
09/08/2007 [-] Canada's Super Series streak snapped
09/08/2007 [-] Is New Zealand Canada's forestry poster child?
09/08/2007 [-] Canada adopts fewer abroad
09/08/2007 [-] Montana Customs Agents Patrol U.S.-Canada Border on Mustangs
09/08/2007 [-] Canada's Harper at APEC
09/08/2007 [-] Ontario leaders full of toxin
09/08/2007 [-] Report on disposal of nuclear waste released in 2005
09/08/2007 [-] Canada designing n-reactors to `market` in India designing n-reactors to `market` in India
09/08/2007 [-] Fake cabs a risky ride
09/08/2007 [-] Blind grifter sees error of his ways
09/08/2007 [-] Judge orders removal of rant on YouTube
09/08/2007 [-] APEC leaders agree to broad 'aspirational goal' on climate change
09/08/2007 [-] APEC leaders agree to broad 'aspirational goal' on climate change
09/08/2007 [-] Canada plans Visa centre in Amritsar
09/08/2007 [-] Benefit at swimming pool will aid teen hurt in Canada
09/08/2007 [-] Elections Canada blasted for allowing Muslim women to vote with faces covered
09/08/2007 [-] Fashion trend-setter Harper wears the big hat at APEC photo shoot
09/08/2007 [-] foundation for oceans in canada please do note
09/08/2007 [-] B.C. attorney general's brother target of land deal probe
09/08/2007 [-] Burris, Stamps beat Eskimos
09/08/2007 [-] WIBW Tour Group in Canada
09/08/2007 [-] More questions raised about death of Winnipeg teen in police custody
09/08/2007 [-] Stretch of Ont. highway renamed to honour soldiers killed in Afghanistan
09/08/2007 [-] Peel leads Wales in Canada opener
09/08/2007 [-] Towards the legalization of torture in Canada?
09/08/2007 [-] B.C. attorney general again reviews decision not to lay po...
09/08/2007 [-] The Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope imaged galaxies in the Virgo cluster.
09/08/2007 [-] Blue Jays cool off red-hot Devil Rays
09/08/2007 [-] B.C. attorney general again reviews decision not to lay polygamy charges
09/08/2007 [-] Team Canada on Top Your City Edmonton
09/08/2007 [-] Analysis Border control to dominate N.America summit
09/08/2007 [-] Four-year-old Brantford boy drowns while playing at Willow Lake Park
09/08/2007 [-] Vancouver man's lawsuit against Yahoo! dismissed
09/08/2007 [-] Canadian election agency urged to check veiled women
09/08/2007 [-] Canada's troubled ABCP market sees mixed signs
09/08/2007 [-] Air Canada increases service on key Western Canada routes; boosts Edmonton-London Heathrow service t
09/08/2007 [-] Concerns rising over dead and mutilated cats in Edmonton and area
09/07/2007 [-] Vancouver man's lawsuit against Yahoo! dismissed
09/07/2007 [-] Talks to resume in Vancouver civic strike
09/07/2007 [-] 3 MLAs acclaimed in N.W.T. election
09/07/2007 [-] Settlement reached in women's hockey discrimination case
09/07/2007 [-] Strike ruling angers Alberta's unionized carpenters, roofers
09/07/2007 [-] Serby won't run again because of cancer
09/07/2007 [-] B.C. government orders inquest into murder-suicide deaths in Oak Bay, B.C.
09/07/2007 [-] Canada, New Zealand set 'open skies' accord
09/07/2007 [-] Highway 15 reopens several hours after blast
09/07/2007 [-] Oil bosses see politics hurting hunt for reserves
09/07/2007 [-] Quebec debate over face-covering during vote rouses everyone except Muslims
09/07/2007 [-] B.C. coroner orders public inquest into multiple murder-suicide
09/07/2007 [-] Germany lobbies Canada to keep troops in Afghanistan
09/07/2007 [-] Wall rejects Sask. Party MLA's comments on Crowns
09/07/2007 [-] Serby won't run again because of cancer
09/07/2007 [-] Calgary home to new mental health commission
09/07/2007 [-] Police radio system under fire after murder-suicide
09/07/2007 [-] Canadian leader supports tunnel for new Windsor border crossing
09/07/2007 [-] No need for full public inquiry into troubled RCMP, Day says
09/07/2007 [-] Alberta's labour shortage eases
09/07/2007 [-] Wall rejects Sask. Party MLA's comments on Crowns
09/07/2007 [-] B.C. Nurses' Union argues for standing to sue provincial government
09/07/2007 [-] University of Sask. to hire women's hockey coach after human rights settlement
09/07/2007 [-] Ontario's political leaders swimming with toxic chemicals, tests show
09/07/2007 [-] Fans of a popular TV series The Beachcombers gather in B.C. for reunion
09/07/2007 [-] Recession talk nags at investors
09/07/2007 [-] Landfill fire a learning experience emergency workers
09/07/2007 [-] Coming soon to Canada Mobile hackers
09/07/2007 [-] Pharmacy shipped steroids to Troy Glaus, report alleges
09/07/2007 [-] Health unions, B.C. government meet over contract rollbacks ruling
09/07/2007 [-] Edmonton blaze ruins 5 new homes
09/07/2007 [-] Alberta's labour shortage eases
09/07/2007 [-] Safety board, Transport Canada to review turbulent WestJet flight
09/07/2007 [-] Labour board rules against Alberta carpenters, roofers
09/07/2007 [-] Workers' move won't affect Charlottetown's downtown public works
09/07/2007 [-] Morrissey offers for Egmont seat
09/07/2007 [-] P.E.I. comic artist signs with major publisher
09/07/2007 [-] Turbulent Canadian WestJet flight leaves passengers injured
09/07/2007 [-] Students rally against bullying at St. John's high school
09/07/2007 [-] Former lead scientist behind Canada's Mars weather station dies
09/07/2007 [-] Greenpeace backs Algonquin uranium protest
09/07/2007 [-] Mounties can speak openly, new commissioner says
09/07/2007 [-] Grenville Christian College chair apologizes for abuse
09/07/2007 [-] Take-Two sells unit to Canada's Mad Catz
09/07/2007 [-] No severance pay for former Connect employees
09/07/2007 [-] Police crack down on illegal boozing at 'Banjo Bowl'
09/07/2007 [-] Calgary chosen as home for new national mental health commission
09/07/2007 [-] Montreal mom accused of drowning son will present insanity defence
09/07/2007 [-] Cash offered for clues in homeless man's beating death
09/07/2007 [-] T.O.'s Hummingbird Centre renamed Sony Centre
09/07/2007 [-] No pressure to state intentions on nuke plan PM
09/07/2007 [-] Klein angles for province's condo in Washington, D.C.
09/07/2007 [-] Toxins turn up in party leaders' blood tests
09/07/2007 [-] Dawson City to fight P.E.I. rapist's move to town
09/07/2007 [-] Stampeders look to sweep Eskimos
09/07/2007 [-] 7-day sentence for Canada Day fatal accident
09/07/2007 [-] School enrolment shrinking in P.E.I.
09/07/2007 [-] Winnipeggers know what they want in new police chief
09/07/2007 [-] Didn't go easy on top Mountie, ex-minister says
09/07/2007 [-] Eight injured as turbulence violently shakes Canada plane
09/07/2007 [-] Canada adds 23,000 jobs, unemployment at 33-year low
09/07/2007 [-] Canadian military tackles Afghan intelligence woes
09/07/2007 [-] Blast closes Highway 15 south in Montreal
09/07/2007 [-] NDP quizzes Opposition about civil service 'hit list'
09/07/2007 [-] Sask. Party MLA pledges review of Crown corporations
09/07/2007 [-] Mounties recover disabled Dartmouth girl's wheelchair, walker
09/07/2007 [-] Homicide team investigates after body found in Richmond
09/07/2007 [-] No pressure for Canada to state intentions on nuclear partnership Harper
09/07/2007 [-] Bloc protests election rules allowing Muslim women to vote with concealed faces
09/07/2007 [-] Ont. Liberals' full-day kindergarten vow draws support, concerns
09/07/2007 [-] Take-Two sells unit to Canada's Mad Catz
09/07/2007 [-] Air Canada, WestJet drop fares
09/07/2007 [-] 2-Toronto stocks get boost from gold, oil
09/07/2007 [-] Megapundit September 7
09/07/2007 [-] BQ wants review of voting with veils decision
09/07/2007 [-] New RCMP commissioner to encourage whistleblowers
09/07/2007 [-] 'Highway of Heroes' signs officially unveiled
09/07/2007 [-] Anheuser-Busch-BUD meetings with management in Canada 9/12-9/13 sponsor CIBC
09/07/2007 [-] Safety board to look into turbulent WestJet flight
09/07/2007 [-] Customer Story Bell Canada
09/07/2007 [-] Suspicious fire rips through Sandy Hill building
09/07/2007 [-] Dollar rallies after strong domestic jobs data
09/07/2007 [-] Toronto stocks knocked by U.S. jobs data
09/07/2007 [-] Yellowknife woman sentenced in Operation Gunship case
09/07/2007 [-] Nunavut MLA to make case for weather station
09/07/2007 [-] Island MP upset over delay of Parliament
09/07/2007 [-] Summerside hoteliers unanimous against room tax
09/07/2007 [-] Injury sidelines Toronto FC's Danny Dichio
09/07/2007 [-] Porter Airlines expansion planned for Toronto
09/07/2007 [-] Didn't go easy on top Mountie, ex-minister says
09/07/2007 [-] New 12-million theatre complex opens in Ottawa
09/07/2007 [-] Man drowns during night swim at Ottawa beach
09/07/2007 [-] U.S., Canada celebrate 75th anniversary of Waterton-Glacier
09/07/2007 [-] RCMP has its shortcomings, but is still world-class police force Elliot
09/07/2007 [-] Harper downplays climate hopes at APEC summit
09/07/2007 [-] Victims outraged suspected attacker given bail
09/07/2007 [-] Smog alert continues as temperatures soar
09/07/2007 [-] Dig this Skilled worker shortfall in Canada's mining indu...
09/07/2007 [-] A Mulroney-Trudeau bunfight? Harper takes a pass
09/07/2007 [-] Farley Mowat gives Cape Breton land to nature trust
09/07/2007 [-] WestJet flight's sharp drop injures 9
09/07/2007 [-] Imports could turn Canada into dump Dion
09/07/2007 [-] Brush-killing spray program raises concerns
09/07/2007 [-] Muslim women won't have to show their faces to vote in Quebec byelections
09/07/2007 [-] Canada will not push for greenhouse gas targets
09/07/2007 [-] Health Canada reviewing food additive study
09/07/2007 [-] Nuclear waste imports could turn Canada into a dump, Dion says
09/07/2007 [-] Global market indicators negative, Canada posts steady employment news
09/07/2007 [-] Economy creates 23,000 jobs in August, jobless rate unchan...
09/07/2007 [-] Man. officials probe possible West Nile fatality
09/07/2007 [-] Three hospitalized after turbulent WestJet flight
09/07/2007 [-] Canada's jobless rate stays at six per cent
09/07/2007 [-] National Research Council cuts 18 jobs in Halifax
09/07/2007 [-] All clear following bomb scare at Summerside hotel
09/07/2007 [-] No seat for P.E.I. on mental health commission
09/07/2007 [-] Murderer still at large after leaving N.B. prison
09/07/2007 [-] Restrictions removed on air routes through Canada
09/07/2007 [-] Canada's Alzner always on the go
09/07/2007 [-] Canada ripped for opposing UN declaration
09/07/2007 [-] Canada hope to keep momentum in Red Deer
09/07/2007 [-] Oil from tar sands destroys Canada's forests
09/07/2007 [-] Ikeda boosts Team Canada
09/07/2007 [-] UPDATE WestJet, Air Canada planes flew fuller in August
09/07/2007 [-] Super Series proves Canada as untouchable as Tiger, Federer
09/07/2007 [-] PM Announces Restrictions Removed on Canada Air Routes
09/07/2007 [-] Expect work soon on Labrador auditorium, Hickey says
09/07/2007 [-] High-speed chase stretches across TCH
09/07/2007 [-] Stay the course, NATO urges Canada
09/07/2007 [-] Fire strikes 2 downtown St. John's businesses
09/07/2007 [-] Fire strikes 2 downtown St. John's businesses
09/07/2007 [-] Westjet flight's sharp drop injures 9
09/07/2007 [-] Man posed as cop to buy guns
09/07/2007 [-] Mom claims pain drug killed baby
09/07/2007 [-] Schools take steps to be scent-free
09/07/2007 [-] Not breathing so easily
09/07/2007 [-] Farm group defends burning
09/07/2007 [-] Liberals say the health tax stays
09/07/2007 [-] Fake cop in sex assault
09/07/2007 [-] Winnipeg crop burning creates havoc
09/07/2007 [-] System might have failed murder-suicide victims Oppal
09/07/2007 [-] Tiger-Cats sign Printers
09/07/2007 [-] 'Minor injuries' as Calgary-Halifax WestJet flight encounters turbulence
09/07/2007 [-] Defense in Pickton case doubts accused's IQ
09/07/2007 [-] Five bodies found in upscale Victoria home media
09/07/2007 [-] Harper pans Liberal green record at APEC summit
09/07/2007 [-] Mulroney says Trudeau's early life made him unfit to lead
09/07/2007 [-] Liberals defend Trudeau from attack by 'sad' embittered Mu...
09/07/2007 [-] Brian Mulroney says betrayal by Lucien Bouchard was well p...
09/07/2007 [-] 'Minor injuries' as Calgary-Halifax WestJet flight encounters turbulence
09/07/2007 [-] Canada to lead world in fight against climate change, says PM
09/07/2007 [-] Canada's Urology shortage at crisis point, MD warns
09/07/2007 [-] Malaysia, Canada to upgrade E M systems on LRT line
09/07/2007 [-] Balloon crash victims remembered at B.C. funeral
09/07/2007 [-] Women Can Wear Muslim Garb for Elections
09/07/2007 [-] Canada's airlines fly high with increased passenger traffic in August
09/07/2007 [-] B.C. treats domestic violence as a serious problem AG
09/07/2007 [-] Poetic 'Fugitive Pieces' opens Toronto film festival
09/07/2007 [-] Deep Panuke Project Gets Nod from Canada's Environmental Agency
09/07/2007 [-] Deep Panuke Project Gets Nod from Canada's Environmental
09/07/2007 [-] Top NATO Generals Meet in Canada
09/07/2007 [-] ING Canada reports Q1 profits down
09/07/2007 [-] ING Canada names Charles Brindamour as president and CEO
09/07/2007 [-] Canada's airlines fly high with increased passenger traffic in August
09/07/2007 [-] Saskatoon ponders latest River Landing proposal
09/07/2007 [-] Today Mexico Vote Fraud, Canada's Disgrace, Mining update
09/07/2007 [-] Mourners fill church for balloon crash victims
09/07/2007 [-] 5 dead in B.C. had multiple stab wounds coroner
09/07/2007 [-] Sorry, no refunds on cash seizures
09/07/2007 [-] Customs agents in Montana patrol U.S.-Canada border on wild mustangs
09/07/2007 [-] Canada's Ivey index rises in August
09/07/2007 [-] Canadian Stocks Rise as Bullion Tops 700; Barrick Gold Surges
09/07/2007 [-] 5 Victoria murder-suicide victims all stabbed coroner
09/07/2007 [-] B.C. treats domestic violence as a serious problem, attorney general says
09/07/2007 [-] Mourners fill Langley, B.C., church for funeral of two balloon crash victims
09/07/2007 [-] Five dead in Oak Bay all suffered multiple stab wounds, says coroner
09/07/2007 [-] Environmental watchdog releases report on office supply companies
09/07/2007 [-] McGuinty again vows not to raise taxes, but won't eliminate health tax either
09/06/2007 [-] Accused Laval cop killer's trial set for May 2008
09/06/2007 [-] Switzerland Europe's heart of darkness?
09/06/2007 [-] Muslim women can remain veiled for Canadian vote
09/06/2007 [-] Mulroney lashes Trudeau, calls him a coward
09/06/2007 [-] Accused Laval cop killer's trial set for May 2008
09/06/2007 [-] Report slams problems at BC Ferries
09/06/2007 [-] Stabbing victim died from blood loss, police say
09/06/2007 [-] 2 Quebec bridges to be torn down after inspection
09/06/2007 [-] Former Sask. MP takes job at Cameco
09/06/2007 [-] Carleton U defends its cameras in wake of vicious assault
09/06/2007 [-] Canadian Stocks Rise on Gold, Oil; Barrick, EnCana Advance
09/06/2007 [-] Graffiti on Jewish property a hate crime advocacy group
09/06/2007 [-] Report slams BC Ferries safety procedures
09/06/2007 [-] Air Canada, WestJet planes flying fuller than ever
09/06/2007 [-] Top NATO generals meet in Canada to map Afghanistan strategy
09/06/2007 [-] UN set to adopt native rights declaration, no thanks to Canada critics
09/06/2007 [-] Alberta government creates two new parks near Drayton Valley
09/06/2007 [-] Manitoba West Nile case count jumps to 445
09/06/2007 [-] Some Restaurants to Try in Ottawa Ontario Canada
09/06/2007 [-] Inuit leaders discuss forming Arctic cruise venture
09/06/2007 [-] Montreal subway guards escape sanctions in underground beating
09/06/2007 [-] Sackville prepares new policy in Dutch elm disease battle
09/06/2007 [-] Dion blasts Mulroney's comments about Trudeau
09/06/2007 [-] Printers returning to CFL report
09/06/2007 [-] United Way aims high in 2007
09/06/2007 [-] Home sales rise in GTA
09/06/2007 [-] APEC's surprise guest Mr bin Laden of Canada
09/06/2007 [-] Businessman Pleads Guilty To Killing Elderly Gay Man
09/06/2007 [-] Muslim women wearing face coverings can keep them on to vote in Canadian by-elections
09/06/2007 [-] Bank of Canada retightens market injection rules
09/06/2007 [-] Toronto FC captain to play for Canada
09/06/2007 [-] Yukon ambulance workers await government talks
09/06/2007 [-] Teachers' unions have too much power report
09/06/2007 [-] Murderer missing from N.B. prison
09/06/2007 [-] New Brunswickers urged to 'get wellness soon'
09/06/2007 [-] Liberals promise 14.7 billion in new programs
09/06/2007 [-] Acquaintance of Picktons says Robert Pickton went to Piggy's Palace parties
09/06/2007 [-] Convicted rapist agrees to conditions on release
09/06/2007 [-] ATV driver with toddler pleads guilty after evading RCMP
09/06/2007 [-] Dion blasts Mulroney's comments about Pierre Trudeau
09/06/2007 [-] NATO's top generals meet in Canada to map Afghanistan strategy
09/06/2007 [-] Cellphone charms could contain high levels of lead
09/06/2007 [-] Teachers' unions have too much power report
09/06/2007 [-] Forced to close transfer stations early due to fire risk company
09/06/2007 [-] More than half of western Canadians dying in hospital study
09/06/2007 [-] Wiseman pressured to quit over health care woes
09/06/2007 [-] Letting fame go to your stomach
09/06/2007 [-] Acquaintance of Picktons says Robert Pickton went to Piggy's Palace parties
09/06/2007 [-] Missing pin disabled B.C. ferry's engine system, causing 2005 crash, says TSB
09/06/2007 [-] Muslim women wearing niqabs can keep them on to vote in Que. byelections
09/06/2007 [-] Fatal B.C. ballooning accident captures attention around the world
09/06/2007 [-] McGuinty Liberals' platform heavy on education
09/06/2007 [-] Pickton went to Piggy's Palace parties, court hears
09/06/2007 [-] Missing pin shut down B.C. ferry's engine report
09/06/2007 [-] Community rallies around family of disabled child
09/06/2007 [-] Vt. Senator Keeps the Socialist Faith
09/06/2007 [-] Truck collides with Whistler-bound tourist train
09/06/2007 [-] Alberta issues photo ID for children
09/06/2007 [-] New Brunswickers urged to 'get wellness soon'
09/06/2007 [-] Tiger-Cats sign Casey Printers
09/06/2007 [-] SaskPower opts for gas; clean coal gets a pass
09/06/2007 [-] Number of same-sex married couples in Canada counted for first time in census
09/06/2007 [-] Patients billed for missed doctors' appointments
09/06/2007 [-] Ottawa restaurant pulls the plug on bottled water
09/06/2007 [-] Swarming victim released from hospital
09/06/2007 [-] Patients billed for missed doctors' appointments
09/06/2007 [-] Saint John high school fights hazing rituals
09/06/2007 [-] 'This is your last day' Woman describes kidnap, assault
09/06/2007 [-] Top court won't hear appeal from man convicted of killing parents
09/06/2007 [-] Spam allegations hamper a B.C. mother's search for her missing daughter
09/06/2007 [-] UN set to adopt native rights declaration, Canada said to ...
09/06/2007 [-] NDP leader Jack Layton calls for debate on dangerous impor...
09/06/2007 [-] Quebec police release description of man, vehicle in missi...
09/06/2007 [-] Canada to decide within days whether to join new U.S.-led ...
09/06/2007 [-] Subway guards who watched assault are cleared
09/06/2007 [-] APEC's surprise guest Mr bin Laden of Canada
09/06/2007 [-] UN set to adopt native rights declaration, Canada said to be opposed
09/06/2007 [-] Most worried about foreign takeovers, poll finds
09/06/2007 [-] NATO chiefs gather in Ottawa for strategy session
09/06/2007 [-] End in sight for Paulatuk water advisory
09/06/2007 [-] Ottawa closes stadium section due to cracks in structure
09/06/2007 [-] RBC Centura to buy Alabama National
09/06/2007 [-] Megapundit September 6
09/06/2007 [-] Sask. Party government would add 800 nurses
09/06/2007 [-] Hundreds attend vigil for slain Winnipeg women
09/06/2007 [-] Quebec police search for red car and chestnut-haired driver in missing girl case
09/06/2007 [-] Canada's Airports Applaud Minister's Direction for the Future of CATSA Government largely adopts air
09/06/2007 [-] Sniffer dogs celebrated for busting bootleg DVD rings come to Canada
09/06/2007 [-] Que. police release description in Cedrika case
09/06/2007 [-] Canada's Ivey index rises in August
09/06/2007 [-] Canada to decide within days whether to join new U.S.-led nuclear initiative
09/06/2007 [-] Streaker punishment no bum rap, say stadium officials
09/06/2007 [-] Community hall shooting victims named
09/06/2007 [-] Canadian Stocks May Rise on Gold and Oil; Royal Bank May Fall
09/06/2007 [-] Former SCTV star committed to psychiatric facility
09/06/2007 [-] Avon Products-AVP 11s meeting with management in Canada 9/11 sponsor OPCO
09/06/2007 [-] Blame Canada Pranksters Invade APEC
09/06/2007 [-] Report says most westerners die in hospital, despite wanti...
09/06/2007 [-] Toronto stocks slip on BoC decision
09/06/2007 [-] Smoke from stubble fires engulfs Winnipeg
09/06/2007 [-] 'This is your last day' Woman describes kidnap, assault
09/06/2007 [-] TTC, Union Station get money for security improvements
09/06/2007 [-] Canada Used In Security Breach That Embarrasses Officials At World Leaders Gathering
09/06/2007 [-] B.C. woman fends off backyard bear attack on granddaughter, 4
09/06/2007 [-] College Hill fires a perennial problem resident
09/06/2007 [-] New police chase guidelines not required, inquest told
09/06/2007 [-] Gov't not likely to win battle against Bay of Fundy engineer
09/06/2007 [-] Girl, 6, struck at Rothesay crosswalk
09/06/2007 [-] 3rd LNG storage tank to be built in Saint John
09/06/2007 [-] Canada July building permits fall from record high
09/06/2007 [-] Toronto stocks set to bounce higher on U.S. data
09/06/2007 [-] WestJet planes flew fuller in August
09/06/2007 [-] Bank of Canada holds rates, scraps talk of hike
09/06/2007 [-] Strong third period lifts Canada to victory, again, over Rus
09/06/2007 [-] 2007 Women's World Cup Preview Canada
09/06/2007 [-] Canada's best places to live
09/06/2007 [-] Unprecedented rise in luxury home sales in Canada survey
09/06/2007 [-] Australia's much closer to the U.S. than Canada is
09/06/2007 [-] Saskatoon Takes In a Team Canada Victory
09/06/2007 [-] Nitro Lube Canada, Ltd's. Sponsored Racer Wins First Place At Mission Raceway
09/06/2007 [-] Cape Breton priest changes story on sexual assault
09/06/2007 [-] Western school board limits digital devices
09/06/2007 [-] Tip in case of missing Quebec girl turns up nothing
09/06/2007 [-] No plans to increase P.E.I. students' classroom time
09/06/2007 [-] Man facing child porn charges after computer, media seized in Toronto-area home
09/06/2007 [-] Canada weighs up waste
09/06/2007 [-] NATO's Military Committee visits Canada
09/06/2007 [-] Plea for missing, murdered women aid
09/06/2007 [-] Residents fight sex club plan
09/06/2007 [-] Payback feared in prison attack
09/06/2007 [-] Another huge Mattel toy recall
09/06/2007 [-] Cops, teen in school bus scuffle
09/06/2007 [-] Liberals seek Tory ad probe
09/06/2007 [-] Dead woman's mother raps police
09/06/2007 [-] Canada handles Russia
09/06/2007 [-] Canada's Hottest Startups
09/06/2007 [-] Canada remains undefeated in Super Series
09/06/2007 [-] Harper arrives in Australia to begin five-day diplomatic m...
09/06/2007 [-] Prince Edward to visit Canada
09/06/2007 [-] North America cinema wakes up to politics at Toronto fest
09/06/2007 [-] Bombers re-sign Bolden, Charlton
09/06/2007 [-] Victoria police name murder-suicide victims
09/06/2007 [-] Harper arrives in Australia to begin five-day diplomatic mission
09/06/2007 [-] Wells powers Blue Jays past Red Sox
09/06/2007 [-] Any U.S. Ban on Hunting Polar Bears Unlikely to be Adopted in Canada
09/06/2007 [-] Grannies Call on Canada to Live up to AIDS Pledge
09/06/2007 [-] Witness saw blood on carpet of Pickton trailer
09/06/2007 [-] Canada's Health Care Rebellion
09/06/2007 [-] Pierre Turgeon retires from NHL
09/06/2007 [-] Taliban retaking hard-won areas of Afghanistan Canadian military
09/06/2007 [-] CBC Newfoundland Labrador
09/06/2007 [-] Victoria man in murder-suicide case had troubled past
09/06/2007 [-] Mulroney slams Trudeau as lacking moral fibre to lead
09/06/2007 [-] Canada's navy returning to Persian Gulf duty
09/06/2007 [-] Bombers deal Fiacconi to Eskimos
09/06/2007 [-] Canadian Pacific to Buy Dakota Rail for 1.48 Billion
09/06/2007 [-] Canadian dollar ends down as rate hike talk stalls
09/06/2007 [-] Roughriders ink ex-Argo Michael Palmer
09/06/2007 [-] René Lévesque's true colours shine through new book
09/06/2007 [-] Canada's Carpentier planning test session after solid st
09/06/2007 [-] 67 candidates involved in Tory ad program Elections Canada
09/06/2007 [-] René Lévesque's true colours shine through new book
09/06/2007 [-] U of W welcomes students, neighbours to 'Portage Commons'
09/06/2007 [-] Canada native to share poems
09/06/2007 [-] Sask. government sells its share of upgrader for 400M
09/05/2007 [-] Atlantic Canada going through 'jump' in major construction think ...
09/05/2007 [-] Payless parent adds former Sears Canada exec to management team
09/05/2007 [-] Friend of Canadian accused serial killer says she saw blood in his trailer home
09/05/2007 [-] Canada's win over Russia in Winnipeg draws biggest TV audience of Series
09/05/2007 [-] Bank of Canada keeps overnight rate on hold
09/05/2007 [-] Senators to Canada Include Montana scientists in review
09/05/2007 [-] Canadiens honouring Robinson, Gainey
09/05/2007 [-] Crown rests case in Iqaluit murder trial
09/05/2007 [-] Habs honouring Robinson, Gainey
09/05/2007 [-] Swarming of teens 'vicious,' says father of victim
09/05/2007 [-] Former SCTV star Rosato found guilty of harassment
09/05/2007 [-] Alberta's unionized carpenters, roofers and labourers give strike notice
09/05/2007 [-] In currencies, Australia expect to gain on Canada
09/05/2007 [-] Onley sworn in as Ont. Lt.-Gov.
09/05/2007 [-] Stents Raise Death Risk for Heart Attack Patients
09/05/2007 [-] Tories claim freedom of speech in ad controversy
09/05/2007 [-] Kerry Joseph wins CFL weekly award
09/05/2007 [-] Dead woman's mother raps police
09/05/2007 [-] Teachers' tentative deal includes 13% wage hike
09/05/2007 [-] N.Y. trooper finds lost Montreal diamond in rest stop scraps
09/05/2007 [-] Exercise, yoga helps breast cancer patient?...
09/05/2007 [-] Group of Hollywood unions to investigate tax breaks offered by Canada
09/05/2007 [-] News Index
09/05/2007 [-] Violent jail fight sparks lockdown at Edmonton Institution
09/05/2007 [-] Shooting investigation locks down Selkirk schools
09/05/2007 [-] More Iqaluit Inuit needed for major health survey
09/05/2007 [-] Creationism in science class would disqualify schools for funding Conservatives
09/05/2007 [-] Former SNL star Rosato found guilty of harassment
09/05/2007 [-] Atlantic Canada going through 'jump' in major construction think tank
09/05/2007 [-] Sutherland Global Services, BPO Provider, Adds Jobs in Canada
09/05/2007 [-] Cindy Day to replace Peter Coade on CTV Atlantic
09/05/2007 [-] Deep Panuke offshore project gets green light
09/05/2007 [-] Lockout lifted in Montreal cemetery dispute
09/05/2007 [-] Five inmates hurt after melee in Edmonton prison
09/05/2007 [-] Oak Bay husband was facing criminal charges
09/05/2007 [-] Chinese ambassador defends exports after recall
09/05/2007 [-] Pickton's friend saw nothing amiss in trailer
09/05/2007 [-] Tony Rosato guilty of criminally harrassing wife
09/05/2007 [-] Bank of Canada keeps interest rates on hold
09/05/2007 [-] Bay of Fundy erosion claims another Saint John backyard
09/05/2007 [-] Mugesera sings to the faithful while waiting for Ottawa to...
09/05/2007 [-] Man in Victoria murder-suicide faced assault charges, was ...
09/05/2007 [-] Thousands of student loan borrowers forced to default after denied interest relief
09/05/2007 [-] Chinese ambassador to Canada says importers share blame for unsafe products
09/05/2007 [-] Gone fission
09/05/2007 [-] Third teen charged in weekend homicide
09/05/2007 [-] Halifax school shies away from disputed decision to ban hoodie sweatshirts
09/05/2007 [-] RCMP method of finding witnesses questioned at Montreal war crimes trial
09/05/2007 [-] Schools outlaw hoodies, cellphones in name of safety
09/05/2007 [-] Dalhousie students share residence with teen addiction centre
09/05/2007 [-] Gritty Moccasin Flats TV series returns as a movie
09/05/2007 [-] Interest brewing in replacing late Quebec City mayor
09/05/2007 [-] Onley sworn in as Ontario lieutenant-governor
09/05/2007 [-] Mugesera sings to the faithful while waiting for Ottawa to decide fate
09/05/2007 [-] Three female students sexually assaulted near university in Sudbury, Ont.
09/05/2007 [-] 1M committed to teach older workers new tricks
09/05/2007 [-] Pickton's friend saw nothing amiss cleaning Pickton's trailer
09/05/2007 [-] Man in Victoria murder-suicide faced assault charges, was in midst of divorce
09/05/2007 [-] New Democrats challenge government to work on women's equity issues
09/05/2007 [-] Former journalist David Onley sworn in as Queen's representative in Ontario
09/05/2007 [-] Premier halts controversial blasting under lake
09/05/2007 [-] Swarming has police looking for suspects
09/05/2007 [-] Canada Clears Genocide Suspect
09/05/2007 [-] Montreal east needs Ontario St. tramway politicians
09/05/2007 [-] Plans for new Detroit-Canada bridge come under fire
09/05/2007 [-] Canada grain shippers launch new CN Rail complaint
09/05/2007 [-] Chinese ambassador to Canada says majority of his country's exports are safe
09/05/2007 [-] Movie buffs brave overnight rain for TIFF tickets
09/05/2007 [-] First black NHL player to be honoured in hometown
09/05/2007 [-] New trial ordered for Mayo man accused in Mountie attack
09/05/2007 [-] Former poet laureate George Bowering joins Griffin Prize jury
09/05/2007 [-] Rwanda Canada Clears Genocide Suspect
09/05/2007 [-] Pierre Turgeon retires
09/05/2007 [-] Northern politicians say pipelines will save cut emissions and heating costs
09/05/2007 [-] Montreal's Notre-Dame-des-Neiges cemetery lifts lockout on employees
09/05/2007 [-] Canada Afghan forces 'lack intelligence reports'
09/05/2007 [-] Halifax school reverses hoodie ban after being inundated with complaints
09/05/2007 [-] Bank of Canada cites uncertainty, holds interest rates steady and options open
09/05/2007 [-] Glen Abbey to host 2009 Canadian Open
09/05/2007 [-] Accused letter bomber to remain in jail
09/05/2007 [-] Man attacked, killed near Clarke Stadium
09/05/2007 [-] Bank of Canada keeps rate steady
09/05/2007 [-] Northern politicians say pipelines will save cut emissions...
09/05/2007 [-] Passports will soon be needed again to fly to Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean
09/05/2007 [-] 1M committed to teach older workers new tricks
09/05/2007 [-] Canada dollar lower after rate view, bonds up
09/05/2007 [-] Bank of Canada keeps key interest rate unchanged at 4.5 per cent
09/05/2007 [-] Cemetery ends lockout, will resume burials next week
09/05/2007 [-] Regina police say man charged with kidnapping after shots reported
09/05/2007 [-] Canada Afghan forces 'lack intelligence reports'
09/05/2007 [-] N.W.T. caribou season showing 'good numbers' outfitter
09/05/2007 [-] Common-law spouse's murder trial begins in Iqaluit
09/05/2007 [-] Prosecutor downgrades charge against former SNL star
09/05/2007 [-] Toronto councillor says city doesn't have authority to implement cuts
09/05/2007 [-] Tentative deal reached with faculty, MUN says
09/05/2007 [-] Toddler who fell into foster parents' pool dies
09/05/2007 [-] 'Panhandler' granted bail in downtown slaying
09/05/2007 [-] Flaherty urged to address foreign credit card fees
09/05/2007 [-] Million-dollar homes dime a dozen in some cities
09/05/2007 [-] Accused T.O. letter bomber remanded in custody
09/05/2007 [-] Stalled train a pain for rush-hour Saskatoon drivers
09/05/2007 [-] 'Weak' grid holding back wind energy report
09/05/2007 [-] Police investigating suspicious letter
09/05/2007 [-] Common-law spouse's murder trial begins in Iqaluit
09/05/2007 [-] Canada's central bank keeps base rate at 4.50 percent
09/05/2007 [-] Halifax Common has turf protector, but no concert
09/05/2007 [-] Halifax cuts number of garbage bags allowed at curb
09/05/2007 [-] Multiple casualties reported at Edmonton maximum security penitentiary
09/05/2007 [-] Nicer Canada goes to China; buys 2/3 of JM Information Technology for 5.5M
09/05/2007 [-] Over four million to face food shortages in Zimbabwe early 2008
09/05/2007 [-] Search for missing kayaker called off
09/05/2007 [-] Toronto stocks drop 100 points
09/05/2007 [-] Lift bucket scrutinized after deadly accident
09/05/2007 [-] Oyster farmers to sell dead lease
09/05/2007 [-] Mussel pest spreads to Charlottetown Harbour
09/05/2007 [-] Crane to lead P.E.I. PCs
09/05/2007 [-] Bail granted to Toronto murder suspect
09/05/2007 [-] Carleton University support staff go on strike
09/05/2007 [-] Toronto man facing charges following knife-point sex assault and robbery
09/05/2007 [-] Panhandling murder suspect granted bail
09/05/2007 [-] David Onley ready for role as Ont. lieutenant-governor
09/05/2007 [-] Bank of Canada holds line on interest rates
09/05/2007 [-] Bank of Canada holds rates
09/05/2007 [-] Rubbish fires latest in series of blazes in Fredericton's College Hill
09/05/2007 [-] Bank of Canada cites uncertain conditions, keeps interest rates unchanged
09/05/2007 [-] Bank of Canada leaves key interest rate unchanged
09/05/2007 [-] Outspoken mayor dogged by poop protesters
09/05/2007 [-] U.S. group files trade action over Canada's film subsidies
09/05/2007 [-] Office, support staff at Carleton U. on strike
09/05/2007 [-] Canada to reprocess other nations' nuclear waste
09/05/2007 [-] 'Weak' grid holding back wind energy report
09/05/2007 [-] Family linked to apparent murder-suicide had troubled past
09/05/2007 [-] Over four million to face food shortages in Zimbabwe early 2009
09/05/2007 [-] Teens to stand trial in December for attempted murder
09/05/2007 [-] 5 dead in B.C. murder-suicide
09/05/2007 [-] Ontario appeal cases will now be webcast and recorded on DVDs
09/05/2007 [-] Three members of one family killed in two separate car crashes on weekend
09/05/2007 [-] Police hunt for high-risk offender on loose from Vancouver halfway house
09/05/2007 [-] Alberta government halts plans to allow seismic testing on Marie Lake
09/05/2007 [-] Canada Stocks Rise on Commodity Rally, Led by Nexen, Barrick
09/05/2007 [-] Wal-Mart to Test 24-Hour Store Ops in Canada
09/05/2007 [-] BFI Canada can continue landfill operation
09/05/2007 [-] International trade freedoms worsened for Canada in 2007 re
09/05/2007 [-] The Doers Cross Canada With Gaiety
09/05/2007 [-] Canada clinches Super Series in dominating fashion with 8
09/05/2007 [-] Just over half of Canadians want handgun ban
09/05/2007 [-] Family linked to murder-suicide deaths had troubled past
09/05/2007 [-] AutoCanada Income Fund Announces the Opening of Northland Nissan Earlier Than Initially Anticipated
09/05/2007 [-] No leader, no problem Grassroots party launches before N.L. election
09/05/2007 [-] Crews search for source of spill on Labrador lake
09/05/2007 [-] Suspect found, charged over drug lab explosion
09/05/2007 [-] Steelmaker ArcelorMittal buys out Canada's Wabush iron ore mine
09/05/2007 [-] Used nuclear energy could be on its way here
09/05/2007 [-] Steelmaker ArcelorMittal buys out Canada's Wabush iron ore mine
09/05/2007 [-] ArcelorMittal buys out Canada's Wabush iron ore mine
09/05/2007 [-] Canada routs Russia to clinch Super Series
09/05/2007 [-] Accused letter bomber in court
09/05/2007 [-] Accused Toronto letter bomber to appear in court for bail hearing Wednesday
09/05/2007 [-] Anti-NATO protesters plan rally for military chiefs meetin...
09/05/2007 [-] ArcelorMittal to buy Wabush Mines in Canada
09/05/2007 [-] Oilers' Pisani has colitis
09/05/2007 [-] Bosox beat Halladay, Blue Jays
09/05/2007 [-] Lawyers launch defence in Canada mass-murder trial
09/05/2007 [-] Canada now 5-0 in Super Series
09/05/2007 [-] More Transparency Urged on U.S.-Canada-Mexico Security Plan
09/05/2007 [-] Reserve Bank of Australia and Bank of Canada Both Expected to Remain Hawkish
09/05/2007 [-] Pickton defence attacks key Crown witness
09/05/2007 [-] Ambassador optimistic about Canada's work in Afghanistan
09/05/2007 [-] Canada warms up to Assam tea
09/05/2007 [-] Canadian PM delays parliament return until Oct. 16
09/05/2007 [-] Canadians Ponder Complete Handgun Ban
09/05/2007 [-] 5 bodies found in western Canada home in apparent murder-suicide
09/05/2007 [-] Five people including boy found dead in Victoria, B.C. home
09/05/2007 [-] NHL suspends Leafs forward Mark Bell
09/05/2007 [-] Canada's PM calls new session
09/05/2007 [-] Despite warnings, pain patch overdoses continue
09/05/2007 [-] Saskatoon man opts for hip surgery overseas
09/05/2007 [-] Police name teacher charged in child porn case
09/05/2007 [-] Two sailors at B.C. fleet school charged with cocaine trafficking
09/05/2007 [-] Canadian military bases see mini baby booms before and after deployment
09/05/2007 [-] Police discover five bodies in Victoria, Canada home
09/05/2007 [-] Child, 6, among 5 bodies found in Victoria home
09/05/2007 [-] Calvert biding time on election call
09/05/2007 [-] Five bodies found in western Canada home
09/05/2007 [-] Dispute at Montreal cemetery winds down
09/04/2007 [-] Canadian PM sets up confidence vote on government
09/04/2007 [-] Body found in Winnipeg field identified as young sex-trade worker
09/04/2007 [-] Jury selected for ex-Olympian Bédard's abduction trial
09/04/2007 [-] Canada Earns a Top Grade in Education
09/04/2007 [-] Ottawa mayor seeks more power over hiring, contracts
09/04/2007 [-] Accused Canadian serial killer has limited intelligence, lawyer says
09/04/2007 [-] Canada's minority government to face a confidence vote next month
09/04/2007 [-] 5 bodies found in western Canada home
09/04/2007 [-] Trans-Canada hopes crushed during flight
09/04/2007 [-] Derailment delays passengers on Hudson Bay line
09/04/2007 [-] Bank of Canada in dark about economy, likely to keep interest rate unchanged
09/04/2007 [-] Canadian auto sales set August record
09/04/2007 [-] Canadian beef packers under pressure Cargill CEO
09/04/2007 [-] Police probe deaths of 2 men
09/04/2007 [-] Boy accused in deaths of mother, sister, appears in court
09/04/2007 [-] Mass murder-suicide uncovered at upscale Victoria home
09/04/2007 [-] Harper sets up confidence vote in government
09/04/2007 [-] Attorneys begin defense in mass murder trial
09/04/2007 [-] Defense in Canada murder case doubts accused's IQ
09/04/2007 [-] Canada's Conservatives to face October confidence vote
09/04/2007 [-] Five family members found dead in B.C. home
09/04/2007 [-] Website helps Yukon students adjust to city, college life
09/04/2007 [-] Affordability biggest problem in legal system Arar
09/04/2007 [-] Harper prorogues Parliament, sets new session
09/04/2007 [-] Wake up and smell the kiwi
09/04/2007 [-] Police discover as many as five bodies in home in Victoria, Canada
09/04/2007 [-] Body found in Winnipeg identified as teen prostitute
09/04/2007 [-] Canada Pension seeks stake in New Zealand airport
09/04/2007 [-] Inquest seeks link between teen's death, police chase
09/04/2007 [-] B.C. fundraisers blame Air Canada for bike damage
09/04/2007 [-] Officer at Rwandan war crimes trial in Canada says witnesses identified accused
09/04/2007 [-] Catch up, prices down for lobster
09/04/2007 [-] NATO's Military Committee visits Canada, for meetings with NATO Chiefs
09/04/2007 [-] Belgian director takes top honours at Montreal film fest
09/04/2007 [-] Inquest seeks link between teen's death, police chase
09/04/2007 [-] Jury selection process begins for Bedard trial
09/04/2007 [-] Mountie testifies at Rwandan war crimes trial
09/04/2007 [-] NHL's Bouwmeester pleads guilty to impaired charge
09/04/2007 [-] Lawsuit alleges RCMP entrapped former addict
09/04/2007 [-] Defence to focus on Pickton's intelligence
09/04/2007 [-] Potentially turbulent end to Atlantic hurricane season
09/04/2007 [-] Sources PM will end current Parliament
09/04/2007 [-] Excited Boerigter joins Argonauts
09/04/2007 [-] Blue Jays try to regroup in Boston
09/04/2007 [-] Ontario leaders to debate on Sept. 20
09/04/2007 [-] Bouwmeester pleads guilty to DUI
09/04/2007 [-] Tory decries provincial testing for students
09/04/2007 [-] Winnipeg's former top cop considers return to post
09/04/2007 [-] Tory leader apologizes for 'U of Zero' comment
09/04/2007 [-] Edmonton military base booming with 'tour babies'
09/04/2007 [-] Norway's Wild Vikings booted out of Canada
09/04/2007 [-] Defence to focus on Pickton's intelligence, farm as second half of case opens
09/04/2007 [-] RCMP faces 47.5-million lawsuit alleging force entrapped former addict
09/04/2007 [-] Bodies found in B.C. house media
09/04/2007 [-] Multiple bodies found in upscale home in Victoria suburb of Oak Bay
09/04/2007 [-] Canada must re-think no-fly list
09/04/2007 [-] Bank of Canada expected to stand pat on rates
09/04/2007 [-] Man pleads guilty to August stabbing
09/04/2007 [-] Destileria Limtuaco to sell products to Canada
09/04/2007 [-] Canada moves up to No. 5 in economic freedom ranking by Fraser Institute
09/04/2007 [-] Winnipeg's former top cop considers return to post
09/04/2007 [-] 5 bodies found in home in Oak Bay, B.C.
09/04/2007 [-] Canada No. 5 in economic-freedom ranking
09/04/2007 [-] RCMP investigator testifying at Montreal war crimes trial
09/04/2007 [-] B.C. moves to stem obesity in school children
09/04/2007 [-] Defence to focus on Pickton's intelligence, farm as second half of case opens
09/04/2007 [-] Two crashes kill 3 members of same family
09/04/2007 [-] eBay Canada and eBay UK Hold 10-Cent Listing Days
09/04/2007 [-] Canada's defense jeopardized by Afghan conflict leaked report
09/04/2007 [-] Harper set for October confidence vote CTV
09/04/2007 [-] Forecasters warn Eastern Canada of stormy fall
09/04/2007 [-] Parliament's return to be delayed until Oct. 16
09/04/2007 [-] Fans say goodbye to Canada's last triple-A baseball team
09/04/2007 [-] Norway's Wild Vikings booted out of Canada
09/04/2007 [-] Walrus hunter makes rare kill off Banks Island
09/04/2007 [-] Group hires lawyer to fight parkland transfer
09/04/2007 [-] Megapundit September 1-4
09/04/2007 [-] Study will target impact of truck 'speed limiters'
09/04/2007 [-] Jury selection underway at trial of former Olympic champ Myriam Bedard
09/04/2007 [-] Forecasters warn of potentially turbulent end to Atlantic hurricane season
09/04/2007 [-] Montreal police check out tips after man reports suspicious van and girl
09/04/2007 [-] Whitehorse sex offender jailed again for escape
09/04/2007 [-] Arar Canada must re-think no-fly list
09/04/2007 [-] Post Politics Hour
09/04/2007 [-] Canada sending more police trainers to Afghanistan
09/04/2007 [-] Arar says Canada must re-think no-fly list
09/04/2007 [-] Genocide suspects in Canada
09/04/2007 [-] Cemetery workers want lockout to end and strike to go on


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