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11/11/2008 [-] Luongo stepping up bid for Team Canada Olympic job
11/11/2008 [-] Keep investing in North, territorial premiers urge Harper
11/11/2008 [-] Canada's brand second-strongest in the world study
11/11/2008 [-] Ten students across Canada receive TD 4-H Agriculture Scholarship
11/11/2008 [-] Don't let national security trump privacy report
11/11/2008 [-] ADQ leader turns to religion, identity to save flailing party's fortunes
11/11/2008 [-] Canada eyeing options to help auto sector
11/11/2008 [-] Canada Continues Pressing to Re-Open Korean Market to Canadian Beef Exporters
11/11/2008 [-] Phoney online ad uses dead soldier's name and photo to lure buyers
11/11/2008 [-] Couple arrested in Tampa face murder charges in baby's death in Montreal
11/11/2008 [-] Arviat invaded by roaming polar bears
11/11/2008 [-] Inuit leaders to work on Arctic rights declaration
11/11/2008 [-] Health care workers hurt by Bill 29 to receive compensation by Christmas
11/11/2008 [-] Canada to boost infrastructure investment to spur economy
11/11/2008 [-] ACE Aviation set to fly Air Canada solo
11/11/2008 [-] Kyoto Prize awarded to 3 researchers from U.S., Canada in ceremony
11/11/2008 [-] Leader of UFCW Canada points to 'EI Solution' for pension crisis
11/11/2008 [-] Halifax thinks again about subjecting applicants to lie-detector tests
11/11/2008 [-] Canada backs Afghans talks with Taliban ambassador
11/11/2008 [-] Canada open to auto bailout
11/11/2008 [-] RCMP release photos of suspected debit card skimmers
11/11/2008 [-] Charges laid in library attack on teenage girl
11/11/2008 [-] Heist cleans out pay dirt at placer mine in northern B.C.
11/10/2008 [-] Most Recent BSE Case in Canada Linked to Feed
11/10/2008 [-] Okanagan highway blasting stabilizes slope
11/10/2008 [-] Trans-Canada Highway Closed at Herbert
11/10/2008 [-] Sask. government gives aboriginal heritage park another
11/10/2008 [-] Hospital 'Superbugs' in Canada on the Rise
11/10/2008 [-] No 'political prisoners' released or traded for Fung Harper
11/10/2008 [-] UFO MORE ORBLIKE UFOS IN THE OKANAGAN VALLEY BRITISH COLUMBIA CANADA
11/10/2008 [-] Leaders Battle For Top Post In Canada's Liberal Party
11/10/2008 [-] No deals made to free Canadian journalist PM
11/10/2008 [-] Green Party 'clearly unprepared' for federal campaign Elizabeth May
11/10/2008 [-] Halifax to conduct review of use of polygraph tests for job applicants
11/10/2008 [-] Wind blamed for Ontario cruise ship mishap
11/10/2008 [-] Current TV flows north to Canada
11/10/2008 [-] Gatland rings changes for Canada test
11/10/2008 [-] HearAtLast Continues With Their National Expansion Into Western Canada With Their 26th Hearing Store
11/10/2008 [-] InterTAN Canada Granted Creditor Protection
11/10/2008 [-] Troubled water leads to town takeover
11/10/2008 [-] Police to demand urine, blood from suspected drug-impaired drivers
11/10/2008 [-] International survey ranks Canada's brand second-strongest in the world
11/10/2008 [-] Marois in control despite PQ nomination brawl, analyst says
11/10/2008 [-] RCMP, province, warn motorists to beware of icy roads in Saskatchewan
11/10/2008 [-] Harper says open to requests for automaker aid
11/10/2008 [-] B.C. police warn public after mysterious package explodes, injures man
11/10/2008 [-] Wales make 12 changes for Canada clash
11/10/2008 [-] International survey ranks Canada's brand second-strongest in the world
11/10/2008 [-] Bail hearing postponed for teens charged in toddler's death
11/10/2008 [-] Circuit City's Canada unit granted court protection
11/10/2008 [-] PM, premiers agree to speed up infrastructure investment
11/10/2008 [-] Peace Arch Entertainment Now Eligible to Theatrically Distribute Telefilm Financed Films in Canada
11/10/2008 [-] Wales makes 12 changes for Canada game
11/10/2008 [-] Canada woos Indian students
11/10/2008 [-] Luongo named NHL's 1st star
11/10/2008 [-] Financial crisis having no impact on NHL
11/10/2008 [-] Langley mushroom farm closed over pollution concerns
11/10/2008 [-] Oilers wind up road trip in New York
11/10/2008 [-] Charest doesn't want to debate under same format as federal election
11/10/2008 [-] Couple wanted in baby's death in Montreal in February found in Florida
11/10/2008 [-] Financial crisis creating 'perfect storm' for charity organizations
11/10/2008 [-] Canadian trucker accused of smuggling 2 million into the United States
11/10/2008 [-] Canada court denies injunction to stop BCE deal
11/10/2008 [-] Cash extracted from failed hog plant 'outlandish' treasurer
11/10/2008 [-] Canada's ambassador denies Pakistan report of prisoner swap for Fung
11/10/2008 [-] Diesel flowing again, but truckers still fuming
11/10/2008 [-] Huge local art exhibit dropped by Calgary gallery
11/10/2008 [-] BCE, Bell Canada offer to buy back notes as step towards going private
11/10/2008 [-] Fredericton police seek help in missing woman case
11/10/2008 [-] Yukon to take land dispute with First Nation to Supreme Court
11/10/2008 [-] Temporary power fix flunks in Nain
11/10/2008 [-] AutoCanada Income Fund racks up 38M loss on 47M impairment charge
11/10/2008 [-] AV Nackawic workers on tenterhooks about possible shutdown
11/10/2008 [-] Canada's Afghan war dead
11/10/2008 [-] Couple wanted in Montreal baby death found in Florida
11/10/2008 [-] Mother makes plea for missing children
11/10/2008 [-] Canada won't match U.S. auto bailout
11/10/2008 [-] Suspicious blaze kills two at Sagkeeng
11/10/2008 [-] PM, premiers expected to discuss infrastructure, pensions
11/10/2008 [-] Exploding package injures Langley man
11/10/2008 [-] Power cut to more than 12,000 customers north of Toronto
11/10/2008 [-] 5 years for thief who attacked courier driver with own truck
11/10/2008 [-] Sydney OxyContin bust largest in region police
11/10/2008 [-] Media Advisory Canada
11/10/2008 [-] Cash extracted from failed hog plant 'outlandish' treasurer
11/10/2008 [-] Raptors roll into Boston
11/10/2008 [-] New housing prices inch up, starts decline
11/10/2008 [-] 2 die in car-train collision
11/10/2008 [-] Gwynne Dyer Canada's dirty oil offers climate-change test for Obama
11/10/2008 [-] Housing starts fall 3.1 percent in October
11/10/2008 [-] China stimulus pushes TSX up, Nortel sags
11/10/2008 [-] Dollar rallies on hope of renewed commodity demand
11/10/2008 [-] 215 arrests at Canada-U.S. border
11/10/2008 [-] Canadian professors among winners of Japan's prestigious Kyoto Prize
11/10/2008 [-] Canada's New Home Prices Unexpectedly Rose 0.1% in September
11/10/2008 [-] Wales all change for Canada clash
11/10/2008 [-] Active RFID works wonders at Staples Canada
11/10/2008 [-] InterTAN Canada to File for Creditor Protection
11/10/2008 [-] Canada journalist freed after ordeal in Afghan cave
11/10/2008 [-] Circuit City files for bankruptcy protection in U.S. and Canada; stores stay open
11/10/2008 [-] Fung released in exchange for prisoners report
11/10/2008 [-] Harper nixed portrait gallery to get out of 'pickle' Copps
11/10/2008 [-] Circuit City files for bankruptcy protection in U.S. and Canada
11/10/2008 [-] Pay tribute
11/10/2008 [-] Family budget feud
11/10/2008 [-] Housing starts fell in October
11/10/2008 [-] Family of Sunrise Propane victim having more visa problems
11/10/2008 [-] Irving Oil launches 20-million refinery maintenance project
11/10/2008 [-] Retired Toronto police officer suspected in wife's slaying
11/10/2008 [-] Stun guns kept out of prisons, for now
11/10/2008 [-] Giant leap for T.O.
11/10/2008 [-] Key dates in the history of Nortel
11/10/2008 [-] Discover cultural fabric at museum
11/10/2008 [-] Mile One subsidy request to drop, council told
11/10/2008 [-] Pilot dies in crash of small private plane in central Alberta
11/10/2008 [-] Neepawa blaze causes major damage
11/10/2008 [-] Body found in flaming car near Cornwall
11/10/2008 [-] Dog jumps fence, attacks 9-year-old boy
11/10/2008 [-] Driver found dead in submerged car
11/10/2008 [-] Store clerk foils attempted robbery, cash stolen at another
11/10/2008 [-] 2 Canadian professors among winners of Japan's prestigious Kyoto Prize
11/10/2008 [-] Irving Oil launches refinery maintenance project
11/10/2008 [-] Infrastructure money top priority for N.S. premier at first ministers' meeting
11/10/2008 [-] P.E.I. tourism inspections going online
11/10/2008 [-] More men in sex trade Winnipeg study
11/10/2008 [-] Car crashes into creek
11/10/2008 [-] Kyoto Prize awarded to 3 researchers from U.S., Canada in ceremony+
11/10/2008 [-] No tuna ban needed delegates
11/10/2008 [-] Double stabbing unnerving, Tors Cove residents say
11/10/2008 [-] Abitibi workers still hoping for deal, despite whopping rejection vote
11/10/2008 [-] Andrews, Hey Rosetta! shine at MusicNL fest
11/10/2008 [-] Nortel sets sweeping cost cuts, posts big loss
11/10/2008 [-] Mourners honour Brandon Crisp
11/10/2008 [-] Vet recalls end of WWI
11/10/2008 [-] Why Canada's Banks Don't Need Help
11/10/2008 [-] Crash claims pilot
11/10/2008 [-] How Good is Canada's Word?
11/10/2008 [-] Canada firm on quitting Afghanistan by 2011
11/10/2008 [-] Dog bites boy's face
11/10/2008 [-] U of O sends aid to Niger
11/10/2008 [-] Video B-Roll Via On-Demand and Satellite Eyes of the World on Canada
11/10/2008 [-] Buyers from Canada help bolster Valley home sale market
11/10/2008 [-] National portrait gallery plan scrapped in Canada
11/10/2008 [-] Minister says Canada won
11/10/2008 [-] Canada won't extend Afghan commitment, minister says
11/10/2008 [-] Blackhawks overwhelm Flames
11/10/2008 [-] Oilers' Deslauriers denies Devils
11/10/2008 [-] Saskatchewan, Manitoba unbeaten at Canadian mixed curling championship
11/10/2008 [-] Minister says Canada won't extend Afghan commitment
11/10/2008 [-] Oilers' Deslauriers denies depleted Devils
11/10/2008 [-] Kidnapped CBC journalist chained in tiny chamber before release
11/10/2008 [-] RCMP close part of Trans-Canada in Sask. after rollover of truck carrying cyanide
11/10/2008 [-] Minister says Canada won't extend Afghan commitment
11/10/2008 [-] Canada Won't Extend Afghan Commitment, Minister Says
11/10/2008 [-] Pipeline Broke Causing Oil Leakage in Canada
11/10/2008 [-] Canada comes up empty in Four Nations shootout
11/10/2008 [-] Two charged after man's death at Edmonton party
11/10/2008 [-] Sep. 5, 2008 Does Canada spend enough money on cancer research?
11/10/2008 [-] Canadian veterans mark Remembrance Sunday in Britain
11/10/2008 [-] Canada getting pricey for foreign firms
11/10/2008 [-] 'Madagascar' roars to top of box office
11/10/2008 [-] FP's Q&A with Bank of Canada's Mark Carney
11/10/2008 [-] Two charged after man's death at Edmonton party
11/10/2008 [-] Canada readies more measures to ease crisis
11/10/2008 [-] Canadians 1-2 in speedskating
11/10/2008 [-] Canada Fin Min Sees Econ Stimulus By More Countries
11/10/2008 [-] Four Nations US Canada Women Hockey
11/10/2008 [-] Canada blanks Germany to win Deutschland Cup
11/09/2008 [-] Low-tech letter-writing fosters remembrance in age of the Internet
11/09/2008 [-] Number of E.coli cases linked to North Bay, Ont. fast-food restaurant rises
11/09/2008 [-] Man killed outside Edmonton liquor store
11/09/2008 [-] Canada's wizards in Oz
11/09/2008 [-] Canada will offer 'continental climate change pact' to Presi
11/09/2008 [-] Former UN ambassador says what Obama means for Canada
11/09/2008 [-] SYTYCD Canada Performance Show and Top 10 Revealed!
11/09/2008 [-] Canada Carney sees stimulus easing recession
11/09/2008 [-] B.C. police complaint commissioner 'frustrated' by lack of Police Act changes
11/09/2008 [-] Second stabbing victim found, suspect still on loose
11/09/2008 [-] High Entrance Fee May Deter Grit Aspirants In May Leadership Race
11/09/2008 [-] Canada may join other nations with new economic stimulus Flaherty
11/09/2008 [-] Canada Fin Min Sees Economic Stimulus By More Countries
11/09/2008 [-] Raptors end losing streak
11/09/2008 [-] Taxman misusing charge cards audit
11/09/2008 [-] Jack Layton lays out NDP expectations for Harper throne speech
11/09/2008 [-] Embattled ADQ faces continued criticism from former members
11/09/2008 [-] Teen in hospital after being struck, pinned by taxi
11/09/2008 [-] Students, soldiers and citizens solemn at Vimy Ridge
11/09/2008 [-] Oilers face Devils in Jersey
11/09/2008 [-] Surrey man found guilty of strangling wife
11/09/2008 [-] Ireland beats Canada 55-0
11/09/2008 [-] B.C., Saskatchewan unbeaten at Canadian mixed curling championship
11/09/2008 [-] Innocent couple survive drag race crash
11/09/2008 [-] Ireland 55, Canada 0
11/09/2008 [-] Pilot killed in Alberta private plane crash
11/09/2008 [-] Chinese economic steps good for Canada Flaherty
11/09/2008 [-] Mellissa Fung relives her month in captivity in video released by government
11/09/2008 [-] Oilers continue Devil of a road trip in Jersey
11/09/2008 [-] Second stabbing victim found, suspect still on the loose
11/09/2008 [-] Canada sees more stimulus by emerging economies
11/09/2008 [-] A journalist's worst nightmare thankfully over
11/09/2008 [-] Tiny number of police officers part of drinking and driving
11/09/2008 [-] School buses fitted with traffic cameras to nab reckless drivers
11/09/2008 [-] Cronenberg's Eastern Promises triumphs at directors guild awards
11/09/2008 [-] Ireland thrash Canada at Thomond
11/09/2008 [-] Canadian journalist recounts captivity in Afghan cave
11/09/2008 [-] Return to France
11/09/2008 [-] Esk-tra boost
11/09/2008 [-] Lot crimes curbed
11/09/2008 [-] Two families in pain
11/09/2008 [-] Kidnapped Canadian journalist kept in Afghan cave
11/09/2008 [-] Canadian forces fight Afghan war inch by inch
11/09/2008 [-] As loonie falls, Canada's film industry woos Hollywood
11/09/2008 [-] Students aim to contact astronauts
11/09/2008 [-] Canadian kept in a hole in the ground in Afghanistan
11/09/2008 [-] Firefighters find body in car
11/09/2008 [-] Abducted Canadian reporter held in a cave for four weeks
11/09/2008 [-] Eagle & Hawk nab 4 trophies at aboriginal music awards
11/09/2008 [-] NHL Leafs' Van Ryn suffers broken nose, finger
11/09/2008 [-] Canada is much more than a hotel
11/09/2008 [-] Canada drops decision to Ireland on stormy night
11/09/2008 [-] Kidnapped Canadian kept in well in Afghanistan official
11/09/2008 [-] Ireland cruise to victory over Canada
11/09/2008 [-] Ireland thrash Canada
11/09/2008 [-] Canucks' Luongo blanks Wild
11/09/2008 [-] 'Eastern Promises' the big winner at the Directors Guild of Canada Awards
11/09/2008 [-] Canucks' Luongo blanks Wild for 3rd straight shutout
11/09/2008 [-] Leafs outlast undisciplined Habs
11/09/2008 [-] Irish rugby romp leaves Canada dry as Kidney looks towards All Blacks test
11/09/2008 [-] Lions advance to CFL West final
11/09/2008 [-] Layoffs and plant closures ravage Canada€™s auto industry
11/09/2008 [-] Ethiopia, Virgin Gorda and Canada's Okanagan make Top 12
11/09/2008 [-] Blue Jackets best another Canadian squad
11/09/2008 [-] Leafs outlast undisciplined Canadiens
11/09/2008 [-] Air Canada reports loss on fuel prices
11/09/2008 [-] Lions advance to CFL West final against Stampeders
11/09/2008 [-] Canada Fin MinSome Global Policy Coordination Likely
11/09/2008 [-] Ireland make light work of Canada
11/09/2008 [-] Blackout on Canadian reporter's kidnapping posed dilemma for media
11/09/2008 [-] Parents of abducted CBC reporter relieved daughter is free
11/09/2008 [-] In Afghanistan, thugs, bandits an everyday threat
11/08/2008 [-] Unmanned subs key to Canada's Arctic claims
11/08/2008 [-] Canada-wide warrant issued for escaped Regina man
11/08/2008 [-] Cuba comes to Canada for dance finale
11/08/2008 [-] High entrace fee may deter Grit aspirants
11/08/2008 [-] Wotherspoon injures arm
11/08/2008 [-] Canadian raid to free abducted journalist planned, aborted security source
11/08/2008 [-] Hundreds attend funeral for Man., Aboriginal Affairs minister, Oscar Lathlin
11/08/2008 [-] Jury convicts man of killing three people in Edmonton nightclub shooting
11/08/2008 [-] RCMP issue Canada-wide warrant for 18-year-old who escaped from youth facility
11/08/2008 [-] Wotherspoon crashes at World Cup, suffers broken arm
11/08/2008 [-] Kidnapped Canadian journalist freed in Afghanistan employer
11/08/2008 [-] Eagle & Hawk nab 3 trophies at aboriginal music awards
11/08/2008 [-] Brandon Crisp died of chest trauma
11/08/2008 [-] Kidnapped Canadian journalist free in Afghanistan
11/08/2008 [-] Ireland's Earls quick off the mark in Canada thrashing
11/08/2008 [-] Manslaughter verdict in B.C. country club killing
11/08/2008 [-] Canada Fin Min Repeats Not Time For Big Global Financial Overhaul
11/08/2008 [-] Canada urges G20 to focus on crisis management
11/08/2008 [-] Riders hope to declaw Lions
11/08/2008 [-] Canada's losses in conflicts around the world
11/08/2008 [-] Faith-based funding issue re-emerges at Ontario NDP debate, along with warnings
11/08/2008 [-] Bidder unhappy with decision to scrap National Portrait Gallery
11/08/2008 [-] IRELAND CANADA RUGBY UNION INTERNATIONAL
11/08/2008 [-] IRELAND CANADA RUGBY
11/08/2008 [-] Canada's losses in conflicts around the world
11/08/2008 [-] Unique seniors neighbourhood watch attracting attention
11/08/2008 [-] Canadas CBC Accused of Kowtowing to Chinese RegimeAgain
11/08/2008 [-] College students design device to contact space station
11/08/2008 [-] Luongo goes for 3rd shutout
11/08/2008 [-] Autopsy results show Ontario teen Brandon Crisp died after falling from tree
11/08/2008 [-] Unique seniors neighbourhood watch attracting attention outside Montreal
11/08/2008 [-] Suspect and victim sought in double stabbing
11/08/2008 [-] B.C. looking for a wide-open game in the Prairie sun
11/08/2008 [-] Flames to give Kiprusoff the night off?
11/08/2008 [-] Online gaming addicts get help
11/08/2008 [-] Flames to rest Kiprusoff?
11/08/2008 [-] Bombers running game revved up for CFL East semifinal
11/08/2008 [-] Luongo goes for 3rd shutout in a row
11/08/2008 [-] Roadside tributes OK'd
11/08/2008 [-] Habs, Leafs face off
11/08/2008 [-] Chipeur 5th at Cup of China
11/08/2008 [-] With one race basically won, what's next?
11/08/2008 [-] Maple Leaf CEO's memos to workers give glimpse of struggles with listeria
11/08/2008 [-] Veteran rockers Eagle & Hawk nab 3 trophies at aboriginal music awards
11/08/2008 [-] Canada's Chipeur 5th at Cup of China
11/08/2008 [-] Habs, Leafs face off in Hall of Fame Game
11/08/2008 [-] Canada Officially Assumes Ownership of Canada Memorial in London, England
11/08/2008 [-] Maple Leaf CEO's memos to workers give glimpse of struggles with listeria
11/08/2008 [-] 'It's ripping your heart apart'
11/08/2008 [-] Peladeau takes reins of Sun Media, Canoe portal
11/08/2008 [-] Peladeau takes helm
11/08/2008 [-] Hospital Infections on the Rise in Canada
11/08/2008 [-] Canada's Role in the Middle East War The United States Of ... Canada
11/08/2008 [-] Most dangerous Canadian drving city
11/08/2008 [-] Unable to swim, hunter survives ocean ordeal
11/08/2008 [-] Roadside shrines no hazard
11/08/2008 [-] Liberals Decide Convention Site Today; Dumaresque
11/08/2008 [-] Former Fed Chairman Greenspan says GDP to decline significantly
11/08/2008 [-] Air Canada posts mn quarterly loss
11/08/2008 [-] Bombers ready for playoff tilt
11/08/2008 [-] Hamilton MPP makes bid to lead NDP
11/08/2008 [-] Bombers' running game revved up for CFL East semifinal
11/08/2008 [-] Unbeaten Hawks down Raptors
11/08/2008 [-] Diageo withdraws three whisky brands in Canada
11/08/2008 [-] Germany sends Canada home from FIFA U-17
11/08/2008 [-] Saving Canada building by building
11/08/2008 [-] Air Canada posts USD 132 mn quarterly loss
11/08/2008 [-] Unbeaten Hawks deal Raptors 1st road loss
11/08/2008 [-] Germany beats Canada
11/08/2008 [-] WestJet opens up Canada market
11/08/2008 [-] Blue Jackets beat Habs in SO
11/08/2008 [-] Delay 'conceivable' in case of girl buried without brain Ont. coroner
11/08/2008 [-] Canada seeks climate pact with U.S.
11/08/2008 [-] Hurricanes rally to edge Sens
11/08/2008 [-] Don't shoot strange-looking escaped deer, Ontario sanctuary urges
11/08/2008 [-] Violent robberies spark hunt for bandits in southeast Vancouver
11/08/2008 [-] Ladner would 'lose this election' to save Olympic Village project
11/08/2008 [-] Don't Expect Too Much From G20 Summit Canada
11/08/2008 [-] Huselius, Brassard send Canadiens to shootout loss
11/08/2008 [-] Arctic games head blasts Whitehorse councillor for doubts about 2012
11/08/2008 [-] Corvo, Hurricanes rally to edge Senators
11/08/2008 [-] Sweden shocks Canada in OT at Four Nations Cup
11/08/2008 [-] Two union locals reject AbitibiBowater deal sources
11/08/2008 [-] Witness in 5-year-old's murder trial aware of killing, court hears
11/08/2008 [-] Surrey man found guilty of strangling wife to death
11/08/2008 [-] Remains found in farmer field missing Edmonton teenager
11/08/2008 [-] Victoria area man fined 10,000 in eagle-parts trafficking case
11/08/2008 [-] Canada scraps portrait gallery plan, cites economy
11/08/2008 [-] Man faces sex charges involving Sask. girl
11/08/2008 [-] Saskatchewan Party celebrates election win anniversary
11/08/2008 [-] Media Advisory Red Cross Society of China brings personal thanks to Canada
11/08/2008 [-] Canada adds 9,500 jobs, U.S. loses 240,000
11/08/2008 [-] Air Canada warns of capacity cuts
11/08/2008 [-] Sweden upsets Canada at Four Nations
11/08/2008 [-] Witness in 5-year-old's murder trial aware of killing, court hears
11/08/2008 [-] Progress reported in residential school commission talks
11/08/2008 [-] Ireland v Canada
11/08/2008 [-] BC town named Canada's most generous
11/08/2008 [-] Air Canada has rocky landing in Q3
11/08/2008 [-] True Sport Report Spurs Challenge to Canada's Mayors
11/08/2008 [-] CANADA STOCKS-Toronto index may open lower on US jobs data
11/08/2008 [-] Pen Canada 25th Anniversary Gala Benefit
11/08/2008 [-] Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada Resume, FOUNDATION RESOURCES INC.
11/08/2008 [-] Air Canada shares plummet on liquidity concerns as Q3 loss hits 132 million
11/08/2008 [-] Unruly N.W.T. flight passenger arrested for punching pilot
11/08/2008 [-] Canada Day Poppy In Memory!
11/07/2008 [-] Man, 81, killed by falling tree
11/07/2008 [-] Man holds child hostage in Kamloops standoff
11/07/2008 [-] Pesky beetle discovered near Pictou
11/07/2008 [-] Victoria area man fined in eagle-parts trafficking case
11/07/2008 [-] Police identify woman's body found on Highway 401 on-ramp
11/07/2008 [-] St. Albert man charged after neighbour finds bullet in bedroom wall
11/07/2008 [-] Unions vote to reject AbitibiBowater deal sources
11/07/2008 [-] Calgary man admits to luring girls online for sex
11/07/2008 [-] 70-year-old facing murder charges in 1979 cold case
11/07/2008 [-] 1,000 more surgeries put Halifax health region in deficit
11/07/2008 [-] Police identify woman's body found on Highway 401 on-ramp
11/07/2008 [-] Tunnel among big plans for downtown Charlottetown
11/07/2008 [-] BlackBerry head denies saying Habs were for sale
11/07/2008 [-] GM cuts thousands more jobs
11/07/2008 [-] NOFG hog plant loss cost auditor general
11/07/2008 [-] Canada reaches out to Obama
11/07/2008 [-] Aide charged with sexually assaulting disabled woman
11/07/2008 [-] Quebec City mayor gets ticket for allegedly badmouthing policeman
11/07/2008 [-] CBC-TV's Henry Champ bids an emotional goodbye
11/07/2008 [-] GM to temporarily cut 500 jobs at Ontario plant
11/07/2008 [-] Canada commits to addressing auto industry concern
11/07/2008 [-] B.C.'s unemployment rate climbs
11/07/2008 [-] Canada Cattle Update Beef Imports
11/07/2008 [-] Fire destroys historic hotel in Hudson's Hope, B.C.
11/07/2008 [-] Canada says not shutting door on aid requests
11/07/2008 [-] Canada cracks open door to auto aid, has questions
11/07/2008 [-] XM Canada narrows annual net loss to 74.3M from 84.6M as revenues rise
11/07/2008 [-] Top 10 television programs in Canada for the week of Oct. 27-Nov. 2
11/07/2008 [-] HSBC Bank Canada Q3 profit down 17 per cent t...
11/07/2008 [-] Man arrested after toddler's skull fractured
11/07/2008 [-] Edmonton man charged with luring Saskatchewan girl over internet
11/07/2008 [-] City to secure stalled construction projects, bill developers
11/07/2008 [-] 100 sign petition opposing Takhini Hot Springs development
11/07/2008 [-] N.B. planning domestic death review committee for early 2009
11/07/2008 [-] SACC meets with Provincial Liberal Leader
11/07/2008 [-] Police make arrest in April killing
11/07/2008 [-] Dollar boosted by strong domestic jobs data
11/07/2008 [-] Ladner defends city's secrecy over Olympic bailout plan
11/07/2008 [-] Canada adds 9,500 jobs, defies expectations
11/07/2008 [-] Canada doubles up on U.S. at Four Nations Cup
11/07/2008 [-] University of Calgary study says no safety downside to roadside memorials
11/07/2008 [-] Defying expectations, Canada adds 9,500 jobs
11/07/2008 [-] 34,000 barbecues recalled in Canada for fire hazard
11/07/2008 [-] Fire destroys historic hotel in Hudson's Hope, B.C.
11/07/2008 [-] Canada to tighten listeria testing regulations after deadly outbreak
11/07/2008 [-] Air Canada stock swoons on Q3 loss
11/07/2008 [-] N.W.T. sounds alarm about syphilis comeback
11/07/2008 [-] Ottawa man found not guilty in fatal Rideau underpass stabbing
11/07/2008 [-] Summerside students remember Ortona battle
11/07/2008 [-] German man in Sask. charged with Internet luring of girl
11/07/2008 [-] Weather warning issued as more rain soaks B.C.
11/07/2008 [-] Canada to boost food plant listeria tests report
11/07/2008 [-] Roadside tributes to crash victims prompt better driving study
11/07/2008 [-] World labour body endorses Petro-Canada boycott
11/07/2008 [-] Man arrested after toddler's skull fractured
11/07/2008 [-] Ireland v Canada preview
11/07/2008 [-] 200 residents urged to 'not live in fear' in arson-plagued Bouctouche
11/07/2008 [-] Canada's October employment figures hold steady
11/07/2008 [-] Canada's October employment figures hold steady
11/07/2008 [-] North Vancouver school board chair apologizes for drunk driving charge
11/07/2008 [-] Harper visit to China needed to boost trade N.B. premier
11/07/2008 [-] Aide charged with sex assault of disabled person in Ottawa
11/07/2008 [-] Air Canada posts loss
11/07/2008 [-] Canada Energy Partners Enters Into Farm-In Agreement to Drill Moosebar Shale Horizontal Well
11/07/2008 [-] Ireland should overpower Canada
11/07/2008 [-] 60M for crime fight
11/07/2008 [-] More jobs on line
11/07/2008 [-] 40,441,465
11/07/2008 [-] Kids 'zoned out' on remembrance
11/07/2008 [-] Manitoba slides into winter
11/07/2008 [-] TransCanada-TRP hosts an investor meeting in New York at 800am on 11/7
11/07/2008 [-] No decision yet on N.L. refinery bid proponent
11/07/2008 [-] Election-related hiring keeps jobs growing, but jobless rate rises to 6.2 per cent
11/07/2008 [-] 200 residents urged to 'not live in fear' in arson-plagued Bouctouche
11/07/2008 [-] Ghiz defends China trade mission
11/07/2008 [-] Missing teen death 'not suspicious'
11/07/2008 [-] Witnesses describe different clothing on accused in Creba trial
11/07/2008 [-] Election hiring boosts October employment
11/07/2008 [-] Budget crunch delays St. John's recycling program
11/07/2008 [-] Ford loses million US in Q3, cutting more jobs
11/07/2008 [-] Destroyed samples ruined fatherhood prospects lawsuits
11/07/2008 [-] Ford announces 129 million in 3Q losses
11/07/2008 [-] Ontario to release new propane safety regulations
11/07/2008 [-] Co-workers set lotto win record
11/07/2008 [-] Creba witness shielded son from gunfire
11/07/2008 [-] Air Canada posts Q3 net loss of million
11/07/2008 [-] Air Canada posts loss
11/07/2008 [-] Teens suspected in kitten abuse case, group claims
11/07/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Air Canada posts Q3 loss
11/07/2008 [-] New deal means fewer layoffs, Abitibi workers told
11/07/2008 [-] Budget crunch delays St. John's recycling program
11/07/2008 [-] Air Canada reports third quarter results
11/07/2008 [-] GM Canada workers brace for cuts
11/07/2008 [-] Arrests in a pair of protests at a First Nations reserve near Belleville
11/07/2008 [-] Grits pick new top money man
11/07/2008 [-] Fears raised of big business takeover of lobster fishery
11/07/2008 [-] Charges dropped in baby-death case
11/07/2008 [-] Canada Stocks Decline on Oil, Led by Canadian Natural, EnCana
11/07/2008 [-] Sault Ste. Marie gets 2010 Hearts
11/07/2008 [-] Canada to offer Obama continental climate change pact
11/07/2008 [-] Flames prevail over visiting Predators
11/07/2008 [-] Winchester helps Sens beat Flyers
11/07/2008 [-] Future businesses will pay for new convention centre Campbell
11/07/2008 [-] Canadian PM speaks with Obama
11/07/2008 [-] Family outraged after Ont. girl buried without brain
11/07/2008 [-] Harper, Obama vow to further strengthen U.S.-Canada ties
11/07/2008 [-] Winchester's 1st NHL goal helps Senators handle Flyers
11/07/2008 [-] Man who killed girl, 5, in 1980 now considered low risk by parole board
11/07/2008 [-] Child-killer's release sparks outrage across Canada
11/07/2008 [-] PM Canada to advocate open markets at G-20 summit
11/07/2008 [-] Police ESL class teaches jargon, confidence to recruits
11/07/2008 [-] British airmen hold ceremony to replace Union Jack as Sask. cemetery
11/07/2008 [-] Foster child's injuries not self-inflicted, physician testifies
11/07/2008 [-] Iqaluit set to host Canadian mixed curling championship
11/07/2008 [-] Penguins survive road-weary Oilers
11/07/2008 [-] Canada to offer 'continental climate change pact' to Obama
11/07/2008 [-] Questions about 100-million loan for Olympic village met with silence
11/07/2008 [-] Players show loyalty to Hockey Canada in wake of logo flap
11/07/2008 [-] Canada's leader calls Obama
11/07/2008 [-] U.S. envoy tells Canadians You'll miss George W. Bush
11/07/2008 [-] N.W.T. Métis still feeling left out of federal consultations
11/07/2008 [-] Band, province dispute venue of diesel spill trial
11/07/2008 [-] XM Canada narrows annual net loss to mi...
11/07/2008 [-] Regina trucking firm closes its doors
11/07/2008 [-] Foster child's injuries not self-inflicted, physician testifies
11/07/2008 [-] Accused in Greyhound killing excused from court following threats officials
11/07/2008 [-] Smog warning extended in Montreal
11/07/2008 [-] Police target dangerous drivers at B.C. intersections
11/07/2008 [-] Ames has bogey-free round at Disney Classic
11/07/2008 [-] Iran, Uruguay, Canada day at Cuban fair
11/07/2008 [-] Canada Offers Continental Climate Pact
11/07/2008 [-] 'For Wendy' Big Winner at 2nd Annual Air Canada enRoute Student Film Festival
11/07/2008 [-] Can't afford to put party on ice, Dion says
11/07/2008 [-] Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada Resume, Belmont Resources Inc. and Internatio
11/07/2008 [-] Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada Resume, International Alliance Resources Inc.
11/07/2008 [-] Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada Halt, Belmont Resources Inc. and Internationa
11/07/2008 [-] Canaccord, GMP Capital Trust, SXC Health Canada Equity Preview
11/07/2008 [-] Canada's banking system a model for others Harper
11/07/2008 [-] Others urged to follow Canada's economic example
11/07/2008 [-] Third woman sentenced in case of body found in landfill
11/07/2008 [-] Calgary police recruit wants job to show Afghan women possibilities
11/07/2008 [-] Lack of training led to fatal White Pass train derailment report
11/07/2008 [-] Canada Post charged with unfair labour practices
11/07/2008 [-] Harper promises another meeting with premiers
11/07/2008 [-] FP Posted UWO's Colin Powell coup
11/07/2008 [-] Obama Lobbied By Canada on Oil Sands Operations
11/07/2008 [-] Vancouver convention centre about 400 million over budget
11/07/2008 [-] Canada seeks climate pact with USA
11/07/2008 [-] Xstrata Copper Canada workers ratify new cont...
11/07/2008 [-] Charlottetown Festival gets ready to boogie
11/07/2008 [-] Air Canada reports record October load factor
11/06/2008 [-] Canada to argue for open markets at G-20 meeting
11/06/2008 [-] ATV safety video spawns partisan heckling in legislature
11/06/2008 [-] The Government of Canada to Make Business Announcement in Roblin, Manitoba
11/06/2008 [-] Tourism tumbles in September
11/06/2008 [-] FIX Auto Canada Selects Mitchell International as Preferred Management Systems Vendor
11/06/2008 [-] Alberta minor hockey coaches required to wear helmets
11/06/2008 [-] Canada edging toward recession territory, job losses in offing
11/06/2008 [-] Canada's new heritage minister not about to reverse arts cuts
11/06/2008 [-] Canada will argue for open markets at meeting of G-20 leaders Harper
11/06/2008 [-] Vancouver convention centre about million over budget
11/06/2008 [-] Obese man convicted of crushing wife to death wins new trial
11/06/2008 [-] Winnipeg outfitter to reopen with a little help from its friends
11/06/2008 [-] 3rd woman sentenced in case of body found in landfill
11/06/2008 [-] Bringing Oppenheimer to life 'a great gift,' says Canadian opera star
11/06/2008 [-] RCMP apologize to family of murdered professor
11/06/2008 [-] Mayors urge for roads, public works
11/06/2008 [-] Canada, As I Have Never Known It a Londoner
11/06/2008 [-] Famed deli Schwartz serves up takeout counter
11/06/2008 [-] Sask. government wants review of Calgary killer's parole
11/06/2008 [-] ISS Canadarm2 Maneuvered by Remote Control
11/06/2008 [-] PM welcomes Obama victory as 'era of possibility'
11/06/2008 [-] Recount confirms Liberal win in Brampton West
11/06/2008 [-] Ireland first up for Canada, then Wales, Scotland
11/06/2008 [-] Canada building permits jump, defying forecast
11/06/2008 [-] The Transportation Safety Board of Canada Highlights Safety Action Taken to Prevent Rail Accidents
11/06/2008 [-] Syngenta Crop Protection Canada launches commercial treater certification program
11/06/2008 [-] Ctv Begins Search For Canada
11/06/2008 [-] Elections Canada Announces Results of Judicial Recount in the Electoral District of Brampton West
11/06/2008 [-] Generic drug maker loses case in Canada
11/06/2008 [-] Sask. government wants review of Calgary killer's parole
11/06/2008 [-] Generic drug maker loses case in Canada's top court
11/06/2008 [-] Auld coming through for Sens
11/06/2008 [-] Quebec comedy duo caused friction between Palin, McCain
11/06/2008 [-] Canada to work in 'full cooperation' with Obama
11/06/2008 [-] Harper to Obama Canada's your best friend
11/06/2008 [-] Harper says economists telling him 'don't be afraid to run a deficit'
11/06/2008 [-] Harper says Canada will offer full co-operation
11/06/2008 [-] Canada says must manage energy problems with U.S.
11/06/2008 [-] G20 risk overreacting to banking crisis Canada's PM
11/06/2008 [-] Canada not done with financial steps, Harper says
11/06/2008 [-] PM Harper says Obama election victory in U.S. a 'truly inspiring moment'
11/06/2008 [-] Ted Rogers' health stabilized after admission to hospital for heart condition
11/06/2008 [-] 60 million for province-wide crime-fighting fund
11/06/2008 [-] Retailers' results rise despite hard times
11/06/2008 [-] Activist must apologize before returning to Winnipeg City Hall
11/06/2008 [-] Highway 97 closer to reopening
11/06/2008 [-] B.C. legal group surprised by number of police offences
11/06/2008 [-] Oilers ride roller-coaster into Pittsburgh
11/06/2008 [-] Canada seeks climate pact with United States
11/06/2008 [-] Reports point to slowing Canada economy
11/06/2008 [-] Obama victory a source of excitement among Roughriders
11/06/2008 [-] Megapundit November 6
11/06/2008 [-] N.B. gasoline prices plunge overnight
11/06/2008 [-] Questions raised over report of loan bailout for Olympic Village
11/06/2008 [-] Hockey-loving families worry about planned hike in rink fees
11/06/2008 [-] Generic drug maker loses case in Canada's top court
11/06/2008 [-] OpenTV Movie Portal Launches on Canada's Bell TV
11/06/2008 [-] Few takers for Habitat for Humanity homes
11/06/2008 [-] Charity contest bag goes missing
11/06/2008 [-] Infrastructure cash injection a recession vaccine cities group
11/06/2008 [-] Cape Breton car-parts plant cuts 17 jobs
11/06/2008 [-] Cape Breton distillery toasts scotch shortage
11/06/2008 [-] Canaccord posts loss, suspends dividend
11/06/2008 [-] Lotteries expected as Olympic ticket deadline approaches
11/06/2008 [-] Dead body found on Ontario highway on-ramp
11/06/2008 [-] Woman's body found on Highway 401 on-ramp
11/06/2008 [-] Stem-cell freezer malfunctions at Eastern Health
11/06/2008 [-] Edmonton filmmaker was 'off-centre,' says former colleague
11/06/2008 [-] Wayward wallaby Wendell spotted in Ottawa
11/06/2008 [-] RCMP admits error, orders investigation into McKendy death
11/06/2008 [-] Grief counsellors at Brandon Crisp's school after body found in missing teen case
11/06/2008 [-] Iginla, Flames looking to break out of slump
11/06/2008 [-] China/Taiwan relations create controversy in Canada
11/06/2008 [-] La Coop Federee to Acquire Agronomy Company of Canada Ltd.
11/06/2008 [-] Wet today, snow tomorrow?
11/06/2008 [-] AbitibiBowater posts deeper Q3 loss
11/06/2008 [-] ATV industry pitching through school NDP
11/06/2008 [-] Who hit whom? Airlines differ over causes of mid-air contact
11/06/2008 [-] Harper coy about Obama coming to Canada
11/06/2008 [-] Woman arrested in hammer assault
11/06/2008 [-] Search continues for man missing without a trace
11/06/2008 [-] A look back on Bush
11/06/2008 [-] Wiretaps contradict witness who denies seeing Boxing Day shooting
11/06/2008 [-] Victim of fatal crash was to be honoured
11/06/2008 [-] Four officers injured in cruiser crash
11/06/2008 [-] Pickets and barricade go up as York University strike begins
11/06/2008 [-] African-Nova Scotian picked to chair Halifax school board
11/06/2008 [-] Inuit signing bonus paid to dead people, president admits
11/06/2008 [-] 2010 Olympic hockey tickets most popular for ticket requests
11/06/2008 [-] Three Sask. reserves celebrate land claim settlement worth 80 million
11/06/2008 [-] Doctor refusal 'saddening,' says opposition
11/06/2008 [-] Harper to meet top bankers to discuss economic slump
11/06/2008 [-] Alberta gov. criticized over syphilis outbreak
11/06/2008 [-] Toronto on its own in java cup fight
11/06/2008 [-] Cat survives 17-floor fall
11/06/2008 [-] Girl finds cold capsule in candy
11/06/2008 [-] Northern summits tackle Arctic sovereignty, environment
11/06/2008 [-] Strike hits York University, classes cancelled for 50,000 students
11/06/2008 [-] Day parole granted to man who drowned Calgary kindergarten student
11/06/2008 [-] Sixteen-year-old boy killed in collision with empty school bus in Saskatchewan
11/06/2008 [-] B.C. Appeal Court turns down Crown appeal of three-year manslaughter sentence
11/06/2008 [-] Storm, oil price break department budget
11/06/2008 [-] Norwalk outbreak cuts access at Gander institution
11/06/2008 [-] Autopsy scheduled on body believed to be missing Ontario teen
11/06/2008 [-] Do or die for N.L. refinery future, memo warns
11/06/2008 [-] Doctor refusal 'saddening,' says opposition
11/06/2008 [-] Some retailers break buck-a-litre barrier, as N.L. prices drop
11/06/2008 [-] York U. teaching assistants on strike
11/06/2008 [-] Massive rally rips tuitions
11/06/2008 [-] Slain woman found in grow-op mourned
11/06/2008 [-] 'I just closed my eyes' Lucky driver
11/06/2008 [-] Fireman killed in bike crash
11/06/2008 [-] Canada weak on worker benefits report
11/06/2008 [-] Underwear-clad Delta girls streak up a storm at high school football game
11/06/2008 [-] Seeking majority, Quebec's premier sets election
11/06/2008 [-] Canada won't rethink 2011 Afghanistan pullout after Obama win Cannon
11/06/2008 [-] What's going to happen in the CFL playoffs?
11/06/2008 [-] Waterloo rated as Canada
11/06/2008 [-] Blue Jackets edge Oilers
11/06/2008 [-] Waterloo rated as Canada's top research university
11/06/2008 [-] Pistons fend off feisty Raptors
11/06/2008 [-] Shortage of doctors in Canada prohibits genetic testing of a
11/06/2008 [-] Rugby Ireland name one new cap for Canada test
11/06/2008 [-] Malhotra lifts Blue Jackets over Oilers
11/06/2008 [-] David Dore inducted into Canada
11/06/2008 [-] ABC CANADA and Oxford Learning Set World Stage to Make Reading History
11/06/2008 [-] Pistons paste Raptors without AI
11/06/2008 [-] PM won't push Obama to visit Canada first
11/06/2008 [-] Canada set to fight Europe over financial cure
11/06/2008 [-] Obama lobbied by Canada on oil sands
11/06/2008 [-] IMF could be watchdog of regulatory reform-Canada
11/06/2008 [-] Northeast Calgary roads closed for explosives investigation
11/06/2008 [-] B.C. Minister calls pipeline bomber a 'nut case'
11/06/2008 [-] Jury in Edmonton triple murder trial to begin deliberations Thursday
11/06/2008 [-] Waterloo rated as Canada's top research university
11/06/2008 [-] Seeking Majority, Quebec?s Premier Sets Election
11/06/2008 [-] Winnipeg scientists offer explanation for sporadic nature of Ebola outbreaks
11/06/2008 [-] Former Métis Nation official jailed 1 year for election forgery
11/06/2008 [-] Foul play not suspected after teen's body found in Ontario
11/06/2008 [-] Indian visitors to Canada now questioned about family's crim
11/06/2008 [-] Canada has common ground with Obama Cannon
11/06/2008 [-] Canada Fin Min Financial Mkts Need Firmer Regulation
11/06/2008 [-] Adjudicator must step aside after comments about Fantino, says police lawyer
11/06/2008 [-] Yukon workers' compensation rates will hold in 2009
11/06/2008 [-] Regina family welcomes reconsideration of medal criteria
11/06/2008 [-] Electrical failure started industrial fire
11/06/2008 [-] Google Inc. Terminates Advertising Agreement With Yahoo! Inc. in Canada
11/06/2008 [-] Canada Obama won't change Afghan pullout
11/06/2008 [-] Mac's Brings Ultimate Game Card to Western Canada
11/06/2008 [-] Tories propose tax break for land conservation
11/06/2008 [-] Canada calls for Chinese exchange rate flexibility
11/06/2008 [-] Canada quietly adjusts to Obama's agenda
11/06/2008 [-] Panel urges Canada to pump up Arctic research
11/06/2008 [-] Salt River First Nation election dispute goes to arbitrator
11/06/2008 [-] Uncertain future for residential school graves research
11/06/2008 [-] Canada seeks answers on torture 'allegations'
11/06/2008 [-] Controversial developer back in action, after prior company's collapse
11/06/2008 [-] Harper won't push Obama to visit Canada first
11/06/2008 [-] Obama's win signals a larger role for Canada in managing
11/06/2008 [-] Criteria for Sacrifice Medal reviewed after public outcry
11/06/2008 [-] Canadiens ink Desharnais to 2-year contract
11/06/2008 [-] 'Tis the season for cancelling corporate parties
11/06/2008 [-] Student grabbed near Vancouver private school
11/06/2008 [-] B.C. leaders praise Obama, but await policy details
11/06/2008 [-] Canada seeks answers on torture 'allegations'
11/06/2008 [-] Bait cars to lure Calgary thieves
11/06/2008 [-] Harper won't push Obama to visit Canada first
11/06/2008 [-] Business owner fights city over removal of spray paint
11/06/2008 [-] Calgarians cheer Obama victory
11/05/2008 [-] IMF could be watchdog of regulatory reform Canada
11/05/2008 [-] Shipping between China, Canada set to rise report
11/05/2008 [-] Arson detective 'frustrated' by Calgary fires
11/05/2008 [-] Dartmouth school locked down as masked boys creep through
11/05/2008 [-] Pauline Marois getting her first crack at premier's job
11/05/2008 [-] N.B. government boosts energy efficiency funds
11/05/2008 [-] Prairie programs shed lighthearted humour on Canada's heartland
11/05/2008 [-] U.S. woes to hit Atlantic Canada, economists say
11/05/2008 [-] School officials still working with assessments
11/05/2008 [-] Rugby Canada names squad to face Ireland
11/05/2008 [-] Saint John businesses worry about potential water rate hike
11/05/2008 [-] Ottawa's black communities joyful after Obama win
11/05/2008 [-] Toronto-bound flight makes emergency return to Winnipeg
11/05/2008 [-] Canada wants home remedies to financial crisis, not overhaul
11/05/2008 [-] Logistec buys coal railway in Sydney
11/05/2008 [-] Eastern Health says sacking lab manager is about the future
11/05/2008 [-] ADQ's Mario Dumont clinging to job as Quebec Opposition leader
11/05/2008 [-] Lawyers stop OPP disciplinary hearing, claiming judge biased
11/05/2008 [-] Megapundit November 5
11/05/2008 [-] Polar bear hunting quota stays put in Nunavut's Baffin Bay
11/05/2008 [-] Police believe body of 15-year-old boy found; missing since Thanksgiving
11/05/2008 [-] Woman arrested, another sought in hammer attack
11/05/2008 [-] Obama election won't affect Afghan troop pullout Cannon
11/05/2008 [-] American expatriates in Edmonton cheer Obama victory
11/05/2008 [-] Arts funding back on city hall's agenda
11/05/2008 [-] Yellowknife summit draws in aboriginal concerns on water
11/05/2008 [-] Missing Canadian teen's body found, paper reports
11/05/2008 [-] New sticker poppies are catching on
11/05/2008 [-] Former Yahoo! Canada Executive Joins Searchlinqs
11/05/2008 [-] Economists divided over what Obama means for Canadians
11/05/2008 [-] Expert Panel Recognizes Canada
11/05/2008 [-] Canadian media hail Barack Obama's historic win
11/05/2008 [-] Body found by Barrie police may be teen in video-game dispute
11/05/2008 [-] Jury deliberates in Hollyburn Country Club murder trial
11/05/2008 [-] Macleans.ca Interview Don Drummond
11/05/2008 [-] Canada veteran Tkachuk to face Irish
11/05/2008 [-] Police believe body of 15-year-old Brandon Crisp found
11/05/2008 [-] 2 police cars involved in Winnipeg crash
11/05/2008 [-] Canada name XV for Ireland
11/05/2008 [-] Canada quietly adjusts to Obama
11/05/2008 [-] Nov. 5 Will we ever see a Black Prime Minister in Canada?
11/05/2008 [-] Newsmakers
11/05/2008 [-] Canada name team for Ireland clash
11/05/2008 [-] Filmmaker charged with murder to appear in court
11/05/2008 [-] Maple Leaf appoints chief food safety officer in wake of Listeria outbreak
11/05/2008 [-] Direct Action; New Zealand, UK, Mexico & Canada
11/05/2008 [-] Alaskans see optimism, uncertain future in U.S. election night
11/05/2008 [-] Former editor trying to revive Carleton Free Press
11/05/2008 [-] Questions arise over RCMP actions in McKendy slaying
11/05/2008 [-] War of words erupts between NAPE, CUPE
11/05/2008 [-] Ottawa's black community joyful after Obama win
11/05/2008 [-] Trial in death of Phoenix Sinclair begins
11/05/2008 [-] TSX turns positive with resources, Agrium
11/05/2008 [-] Kiddie ATV repayment on 'good faith,' official says
11/05/2008 [-] Raptors fans await the Answer
11/05/2008 [-] Activists want bikes distributed, but thousands remain court property
11/05/2008 [-] Saudi Arabia and Canada Lead in Pay for Faculty Members
11/05/2008 [-] Filmmaker who idolizes 'Dexter' TV show to appear in court on murder charge
11/05/2008 [-] Suspect arrested in Deer Lake hit and run
11/05/2008 [-] Man, 78, charged with threatening to kill wife
11/05/2008 [-] Moncton seniors home on verge of closing
11/05/2008 [-] Advocates praise P.E.I.'s progress on cancer
11/05/2008 [-] Regina father concerned as medal ceremony postponed
11/05/2008 [-] Sask. gov't sorry for error that made seniors think they'd get more money
11/05/2008 [-] Democrats score big Senate defeats, kayo Sununu and Dole
11/05/2008 [-] Trafficking suspect tried to escape at hospital police
11/05/2008 [-] Dinosaur invasion a museum first
11/05/2008 [-] Ottawa support for Obama crosses party lines
11/05/2008 [-] Obama a shining light for us, too black Nova Scotians
11/05/2008 [-] Transport flies off bridge onto QEW
11/05/2008 [-] NEWSFLASH! Canada Immigration & Gun Laws are Working,
11/05/2008 [-] 3 injured, traffic chaos, as truck trailer falls on busy Toronto highway
11/05/2008 [-] Shrapnel pops out 63 years later
11/05/2008 [-] Man held on cocaine trafficking charge
11/05/2008 [-] oneworld and WestJet introduce global travel program for businesses in Canada
11/05/2008 [-] Liberals begin preparing for convention
11/05/2008 [-] Fortis picks up St. John's Fairmont hotel
11/05/2008 [-] Quebec Premier Jean Charest expected to call Dec. 8 election
11/05/2008 [-] St. John's harbour cleanup cost swells again
11/05/2008 [-] P.E.I. NDP puts off leadership contest again
11/05/2008 [-] Six years for Goose Bay armed robbery
11/05/2008 [-] Fortis picks up St. John's Fairmont hotel
11/05/2008 [-] Hunter accidentally kills relative
11/05/2008 [-] P.E.I. plans replacements for long-term care homes
11/05/2008 [-] Alberta eyes massage therapy rules
11/05/2008 [-] Gas prices set to level off
11/05/2008 [-] Doan paces victorious Coyotes
11/05/2008 [-] New safety standards for Alberta school buses
11/05/2008 [-] Second child dies after crash near Brantford, Ont., that killed mother and baby
11/05/2008 [-] Alberta university closes due to sewage system failure
11/05/2008 [-] Petitclerc, Lopes-Schliep top Athletics Canada list
11/05/2008 [-] Luongo, Canucks blank Predators
11/05/2008 [-] West Vancouver mayor, police chief want change in Police Act
11/05/2008 [-] Canada to exhibit Qobad Shiva posters
11/05/2008 [-] Canada US Obama 2008 Votes Reax
11/05/2008 [-] Doan paces Coyotes in rare win over Flames
11/05/2008 [-] Media advisory Passport Canada Mobile Passport Unit in North Battleford
11/05/2008 [-] Fisher lifts Senators in OT
11/05/2008 [-] Wallin breaks Maple Leafs' hearts
11/05/2008 [-] Hockey Canada President Bob Nicholson mets with NHLPA
11/05/2008 [-] More than billion pulled out of Canada
11/05/2008 [-] Canada deports paralysed Sikh refugee
11/05/2008 [-] Canada Anglican to proceed with gay marriage blessing rites
11/05/2008 [-] 20-vote win for Dosanjh in Canada after another recount
11/05/2008 [-] Qubec, Canada's heritage showcase
11/05/2008 [-] Canadians, Americans gather across Canada to watch election results
11/05/2008 [-] China's Changan, Electrovaya to launch electric car in Canada
11/05/2008 [-] Burnett to test baseball's free market
11/05/2008 [-] Wallin spoils Maple Leafs' comeback in OT
11/05/2008 [-] Talisman triples Q3 earnings but signals spending slowdown
11/05/2008 [-] Obama lead grows with projected Pennsylvania, Ohio wins
11/05/2008 [-] Elections Canada Announces Results of Judicial Recount in the Electoral District of Vancouver South
11/05/2008 [-] NZ win confirms Canada and Denmark's playoff places
11/05/2008 [-] Obama lead grows with projected Ohio, Iowa wins
11/05/2008 [-] Liberal convention in the works
11/05/2008 [-] Transportation minister calls mayoral candidate cheater, freeloader
11/05/2008 [-] Canada's archives shares 19th-century photos on Flickr
11/05/2008 [-] Woman shot in west end apartment
11/05/2008 [-] Sex offender Watts back behind bars in Ottawa
11/05/2008 [-] Phoney Calgary officer tries to cop goods on police tab
11/05/2008 [-] Air Canada fee for extra storm service
11/05/2008 [-] Security rules broken over lost document, Environment Canada admits
11/05/2008 [-] Smoke from industrial fire drifting over city
11/05/2008 [-] Canada thrash Finland in Four Nations Cup opener
11/05/2008 [-] Canada romps over Finland in Four Nations opener
11/05/2008 [-] Sask. man honoured for saving woman from potentially fatal crash
11/05/2008 [-] Green bin focus of Halifax house fire
11/05/2008 [-] He said what?
11/05/2008 [-] Canada gas prices lowest since early 2007 report
11/05/2008 [-] New infrared cameras spot mechanical problems on trucks
11/05/2008 [-] 20 youths charged in N.S. 'bombing' raids
11/05/2008 [-] Aglukkaq pledges to bring 'unique perspective' to cabinet table
11/04/2008 [-] British queen launches Canadian war remembrance
11/04/2008 [-] Canada's ski industry prepares for a rough winter
11/04/2008 [-] NDP rides premier on kiddie ATV decision
11/04/2008 [-] Obamamania draws Canadians to Chicago
11/04/2008 [-] More than billion pulled out of Canada's mutual fund industry in October
11/04/2008 [-] Last cut-off land claims settled with four B.C. First Nations
11/04/2008 [-] Health Canada, CAPDM, CBSA, USP and MHRA Provide Updates on the ...
11/04/2008 [-] More Grey Skies Than Sunny Days, Says Commissioner of Official Languages About Environment Canada's
11/04/2008 [-] Planes clip each other over northern Labrador; no one injured
11/04/2008 [-] Veteran Liberal Pelletier retires before expected election call
11/04/2008 [-] Principal's anti-smoking, healthy-food policies spur walkout
11/04/2008 [-] No deficit, promises Quebec finance minister
11/04/2008 [-] Whitehorse council questions cost of hosting Arctic Winter Games
11/04/2008 [-] Peel River ice road opens early to light traffic
11/04/2008 [-] Aglukkaq pledges to bring 'unique perspective' to cabinet table
11/04/2008 [-] CUPE deal doesn't sit well with NAPE
11/04/2008 [-] Cross-continent vigil revives stories of fallen soldiers
11/04/2008 [-] Ont.'s have-not status sees critics blast province which, in turn, targets Ottawa
11/04/2008 [-] Alberta's syphilis outbreak partly due to economic boom health minister
11/04/2008 [-] Sewage blockage closes University of Lethbridge
11/04/2008 [-] N.B. man missing in Guyana plane disappearance
11/04/2008 [-] Falun Gong protest doesn't violate Vancouver bylaw protesters
11/04/2008 [-] Canadian doctors should face regular testing medical school head
11/04/2008 [-] Stocks in U.S. election day rally, loonie up 2 cents
11/04/2008 [-] Body bags left out for anti-gang campaign
11/04/2008 [-] Canucks call up Ouellet from AHL
11/04/2008 [-] Winnipeg crash kills 1 man, injures another
11/04/2008 [-] Resumption; EarthFirst Canada Inc.
11/04/2008 [-] Government of Canada Supports National 4-H Month
11/04/2008 [-] 30-month sentence for Winnipeg man who lured teens to hotel
11/04/2008 [-] Thompson council approves controversial new taxes
11/04/2008 [-] Canada deports paralyzed Sikh
11/04/2008 [-] 3rd Sask. health district says it reused syringes
11/04/2008 [-] Halt; EarthFirst Canada Inc.
11/04/2008 [-] Air Canada fee for extra storm service 'reasonable,' transportation agency rules
11/04/2008 [-] Calvillo, Burris up for CFL's MOP
11/04/2008 [-] Alberta's University of Lethbridge closed due to sewage system failure
11/04/2008 [-] Jobs, health, social services, arts cut in City of Ottawa draft budget
11/04/2008 [-] Canada judge rules challenge to security amendments premature
11/04/2008 [-] Toronto high school locked down following gun report
11/04/2008 [-] Woman shot in ground-floor apartment
11/04/2008 [-] Strobe lights, not seatbelts, to be mandatory on Alberta school buses
11/04/2008 [-] Trading up Labrador program introduces women to skilled jobs
11/04/2008 [-] Dosanjh awaits recount results in Vancouver South riding
11/04/2008 [-] Questions remain in scuba diver's death
11/04/2008 [-] N.B. issues first-ever biomass policy
11/04/2008 [-] Concerns About ACTA In EU, Canada
11/04/2008 [-] Canucks need that 'special' feeling
11/04/2008 [-] Calgary man shot to death in hunting accident
11/04/2008 [-] Fraser Institute Hosts Discussion on Canada's Health Care System and the Need for Reform
11/04/2008 [-] Concrete flakes off overpass, shuts down busy Montreal road
11/04/2008 [-] Megapundit November 4
11/04/2008 [-] P.E.I. releases school-by-school assessments
11/04/2008 [-] First Nations group calls for inquiry into police shootings
11/04/2008 [-] City hall presses on with million footbridges
11/04/2008 [-] Devils awaiting the arrival of hot-shot Fulton from Canada
11/04/2008 [-] Smelter explosion inquest urges changes to use of water, tethers
11/04/2008 [-] St. John's birders flock for rare sighting
11/04/2008 [-] Portraits by aboriginal artists on display at National Gallery of Canada
11/04/2008 [-] Quebec promises to keep budgets balanced
11/04/2008 [-] There's still time for U.S. citizens in Canada to vote group
11/04/2008 [-] Plane hits another from behind in Labrador
11/04/2008 [-] Manley won't run for Liberal leadership
11/04/2008 [-] Fraser Institute Hosts Discussion on Canada
11/04/2008 [-] Public Consultation on Maison Radio-Canada Modernization Project and Site Development
11/04/2008 [-] More Grey Skies Than Sunny Days, Says Commissioner of Official Languages About Environment Canada
11/04/2008 [-] SANYO Canada Launches the Latest in Digital Projectors and Monitors
11/04/2008 [-] Team Canada told it can
11/04/2008 [-] Flames eye new winning streak
11/04/2008 [-] Nunavut bans hiring of agency social workers
11/04/2008 [-] Veteran Quebec Liberal Benoit Pelletier quits politics as election call looms
11/04/2008 [-] Falun Gong protest doesn't violate Vancouver bylaw protesters
11/04/2008 [-] Halifax lands 2010 Brier
11/04/2008 [-] Keith Earls to make first Irish start against Canada
11/04/2008 [-] Yukon judge rejects former Dawson mayor's request for free lawyer
11/04/2008 [-] Canada advances to quarter-finals of FIFA U17 women's so


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