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11/18/2008 [-] Trial hears witness describe Jane Creba's last moments at shooting
11/18/2008 [-] Moncton RCMP searching for escaped prisoner
11/18/2008 [-] Canada's Nortel set to open new office in Nigeria
11/18/2008 [-] Livestock Highlights Canada BSE, Feeder Cattle Options, Milk Production
11/18/2008 [-] Anne & Gilbert gets funding to return to Summerside
11/18/2008 [-] Overtime, lab-test costs climb in unsolved homicide probe
11/18/2008 [-] Cowan Heights residents decry 'junk yard' in their neighbourhood
11/18/2008 [-] Dog fighting must be banned, SPCA tells MLAs
11/18/2008 [-] Driver, 18, dies in collision with SUV
11/18/2008 [-] Boyfriend's trial opens in triple slaying
11/18/2008 [-] Consultant envisions 'The Fundy Vortex' as new name for Reversing Falls
11/18/2008 [-] Tougher driving rules on the way for young and inexperienced Ont. drivers
11/18/2008 [-] Trial hears witness describe Jane Creba's last moments at shooting
11/18/2008 [-] The National Ballet of Canada
11/18/2008 [-] Three of Four Provinces With Government Auto Insurance Monopolies Have Highest Rates in Canada
11/18/2008 [-] Soccer hazing not reported Charlottetown officials
11/18/2008 [-] Premier packs fiddle for IWK fundraiser
11/18/2008 [-] Parliament resumes on a note of harmony
11/18/2008 [-] Speakers Invited to Present at 2009 Nanotechnology Conference in Canada
11/18/2008 [-] Neighbours 'in shock' over sex offender's release on day parole
11/18/2008 [-] Fired Muslims, UPS reach settlement
11/18/2008 [-] MP3 fans told to turn it down
11/18/2008 [-] Canada united on auto front
11/18/2008 [-] Mounties guard B.C. seaplane crash site
11/18/2008 [-] Neighbours 'in shock' over sex offender's release on day parole
11/18/2008 [-] Scotland make four changes for Canada game
11/18/2008 [-] Filmmaker accused of murder sued
11/18/2008 [-] Oldest polar bear dies at Winnipeg zoo
11/18/2008 [-] MPs vie for Speaker's post as Parliament set to open
11/18/2008 [-] Hanwha LandC Canada Receives Million From Ontario AMIS
11/18/2008 [-] 'I am actually afraid of myself' Teen pleads for more services
11/18/2008 [-] Montreal Jewish school firebomber gets 4-year sentence
11/18/2008 [-] Canada is partner country at FICCI Higher Education Summit 2008
11/18/2008 [-] Trial opens for boyfriend in triple family slaying
11/18/2008 [-] Beating the odds
11/18/2008 [-] Federal funding for Wakefield steam train unfair Ont. mayors
11/18/2008 [-] Further signs of stress in Canada
11/18/2008 [-] TEMPUR-Canada Offers NEW Products and Promotions for Everyone on Your Holiday Shopping List
11/18/2008 [-] TransCanada Corp. to raise billion to fund...
11/18/2008 [-] UPDATE 2-TransCanada to issue C1.16 bln of stock
11/18/2008 [-] Rangers prolong Sens' losing ways
11/18/2008 [-] Authorities investigate plane crash that killed 7
11/18/2008 [-] Conklin, Wings blank struggling Oilers
11/18/2008 [-] Man admits killing Canadian model in Shanghai state media
11/18/2008 [-] Army buys more specialized vehicles for use in Afghanistan
11/18/2008 [-] Islanders sink Canucks in shootout
11/18/2008 [-] MLA cancer survivor leaves politics
11/18/2008 [-] TransCanada taps market for
11/18/2008 [-] Sri Lankan Tamils in Canada ravaged by war in homeland
11/18/2008 [-] Bruins fend off Maple Leafs
11/18/2008 [-] Party not a private club, Rae declares
11/18/2008 [-] Rangers prolong Senators' losing ways
11/18/2008 [-] Canadian Stocks Decline, Led by EnCana; Barrick Gold Advances
11/18/2008 [-] Canada Eyes Climate Deal
11/18/2008 [-] Mapping Canada's cost of housing
11/18/2008 [-] Canada Confirms 15th BSE Case
11/18/2008 [-] Infomercial merchants trade group expands into Canada
11/18/2008 [-] Canada Faces Its Own Auto Industry Woes
11/18/2008 [-] Canada could play 'pivotal' role in rescuing ...
11/18/2008 [-] Is U.S. auto bailout delay Canada's opportunity?
11/18/2008 [-] - Canada's booming oil sands sector shows signs of weakening as crude prices tumble
11/18/2008 [-] CANADA STOCKS-TSX tumbles on financials, commodities
11/18/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Conservative Canada taking fiscal stimulus slowly
11/18/2008 [-] Feds asked to cover costs of key player in Mulroney-Schreiber probe
11/18/2008 [-] Former Iqaluit politician Simonie Michael passes away
11/18/2008 [-] Altius Minerals Corporation High Grade Gold At Viking Project, Newfoundland, Canada
11/18/2008 [-] Demonstrations at 20 Petro-Canada stations in Montreal mark lockout anniversary
11/18/2008 [-] Court hears gruesome details in B.C. drug slaying
11/18/2008 [-] Harper dispatches GG on arts-promotion trip
11/18/2008 [-] 'We just have to roll up our sleeves,' says Nunavut premier-elect Aariak
11/18/2008 [-] Standoff ends with arrest of Nokomis man
11/18/2008 [-] Canada's Government Supports Saskatchewan Move on Senate
11/18/2008 [-] Fugitive hid in Chamberlains home for days, residents say
11/18/2008 [-] N.W.T. to amalgamate 70 health, housing and other boards into 7
11/18/2008 [-] Georgian College Opens First in Canada Training Centre
11/18/2008 [-] Paradise Coast Consulting Announces Grammy Award Winning Hawaiian Artist to Play in Canada
11/18/2008 [-] Petro-Canada backtracks on oil sands plants
11/18/2008 [-] Shooting outside Halifax pizza shop injures 1
11/18/2008 [-] Rae calls for multiple leadership debates
11/18/2008 [-] Gatineau mother, 40, has been missing 3 weeks
11/18/2008 [-] Canada presses Russian-made choppers into service
11/18/2008 [-] Health Canada Reminds Canadians About the Risks of Eating Raw or Undercooked Shellfish
11/17/2008 [-] Further signs of stress in Canada's oil sands
11/17/2008 [-] PETA urges vegetarian diet after obese inmate released
11/17/2008 [-] EDC to stop insuring Chrysler receivables
11/17/2008 [-] Fredericton pedestrians may soon 'scramble' at intersections
11/17/2008 [-] Manitoba baby died while in foster care
11/17/2008 [-] Megapundit October 25-27
11/17/2008 [-] Four-year sentence handed out for anti-Jewish 'terrorist' act
11/17/2008 [-] Ontario, Ottawa going to Washington to suss out auto aid package
11/17/2008 [-] 4-year sentence handed out for anti-Jewish 'terrorist' act
11/17/2008 [-] TransCanada to issue C1.16 billion of stock
11/17/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-TransCanada to issue C1.16 bln of stock
11/17/2008 [-] Sniping starts early in Liberal leadership race
11/17/2008 [-] Future of towers from portrait gallery bid hangs over Centretown
11/17/2008 [-] G20 finance ministers to meet by end-March Canada
11/17/2008 [-] Canada could play 'pivotal' role in rescuing automaker Ont. minister
11/17/2008 [-] OPP, Akwesasne police probe deadly crash at U.S. border
11/17/2008 [-] Foster mother takes stand, denies causing child's death
11/17/2008 [-] Driver shortage threatens Meals on Wheels
11/17/2008 [-] Fredericton pedestrians may soon 'scramble' at intersections
11/17/2008 [-] Canada's oil sands industry delays expansion
11/17/2008 [-] Canada confirms 15th case of mad cow disease
11/17/2008 [-] Too early to speak of aid to Canada autos PM aide
11/17/2008 [-] Animal cruelty charges dropped after Camrose teens plead guilty
11/17/2008 [-] Kerr Named Arch Canada CEO
11/17/2008 [-] Medicine Hat man plotted with girlfriend to kill family Crown
11/17/2008 [-] Media Advisory/REMINDER-Canada Revenue Agency Professionals Demonstrate in Calgary on November 18, 2008
11/17/2008 [-] A Maclean's special report Canada's top 100 employers
11/17/2008 [-] 4th escapee from youth centre captured
11/17/2008 [-] Winnipeg airport stockpiles de-icing fluid
11/17/2008 [-] Montreal did right in Grand Prix loss, says merchant
11/17/2008 [-] Montreal merchants don't blame politicians for giving up on Grand Prix
11/17/2008 [-] Canada Revenue Agency to focus on eBay sellers
11/17/2008 [-] People risk hearing loss at younger ages, experts warn
11/17/2008 [-] Strategic Business Alliance Formed Between Bellstar, Olympus and DCP International to Create Canada
11/17/2008 [-] Hampstead, Que. bans woodstoves
11/17/2008 [-] Few people take in tax debate at city hall
11/17/2008 [-] 2,100 Canada Post workers hit the picket lines
11/17/2008 [-] Canada Confirms 14th BSE Case
11/17/2008 [-] Protesters hope to derail caboose move
11/17/2008 [-] Visa Canada Showcases Practical Money Skills for Students at Youth-Themed Credit Education Week
11/17/2008 [-] Trial begins for man charged in triple slaying of family
11/17/2008 [-] WWF-Canada Applauds Minister Prentice for Commitment to Help Prevent Over-Hunting of Polar Bears
11/17/2008 [-] Shocker our drugs aren't cheap at all
11/17/2008 [-] Bank robbery charge added for man arrested in abduction, assault
11/17/2008 [-] Greens set sights on New Brunswick legislature
11/17/2008 [-] Landlords complain about aggressive squatters
11/17/2008 [-] Canada focuses on Indian students to boost ties
11/17/2008 [-] Canada House of Commons
11/17/2008 [-] Auto supplier in Canada hit by slump
11/17/2008 [-] PM must co-operate more in next Parliament Layton
11/17/2008 [-] CANADA STOCKS-Toronto index off nearly 2 pct at midday
11/17/2008 [-] 3 charged in separate weekend stabbings
11/17/2008 [-] Sask. Party delegates want minimum age of work lowered
11/17/2008 [-] Canada spending millions of dollars in watching Qaeda suspects' movements
11/17/2008 [-] Santa swings by museum to thrill kids
11/17/2008 [-] Layoffs likely at Labrador iron ore mine union
11/17/2008 [-] Bronfmans offer 'substantial' reward for information in jewel heist
11/17/2008 [-] City council faces firing
11/17/2008 [-] Trial for Russian journalist's murder opened to public
11/17/2008 [-] Bronfman family offer 'substantial' reward
11/17/2008 [-] Quebec's Liberals ahead, could win majority poll
11/17/2008 [-] Ottawa gets tough on eBay users
11/17/2008 [-] Marc Sorensen To Host Vitamin D Seminar In Canada
11/17/2008 [-] Southeast schools should come off review list parent
11/17/2008 [-] Plane crash survivor gets out before explosion
11/17/2008 [-] Olive Canada Network Brings BNET.com into Premium Advertising Network
11/17/2008 [-] Canada's cultural travellers won't warm to Winnipeg, survey
11/17/2008 [-] New traffic lights ready for Halifax's Chebucto Road
11/17/2008 [-] Fort Hills Energy delays decision on oilsands mine, upgrader
11/17/2008 [-] Youth charged in Behchoko video store death
11/17/2008 [-] Stakeholders from across Canada converge to solve youth homelessness
11/17/2008 [-] Winnipeg spas and beauty salons go uninspected, CBC finds
11/17/2008 [-] Tough times for Toskala
11/17/2008 [-] Dairy Farmers of Canada congratulates Canadian winner of International Dairy Nutrition Prize
11/17/2008 [-] Donors replace smashed monument to 1903 Stanley Cup win
11/17/2008 [-] Canadian provinces plead for cash
11/17/2008 [-] Canada Post strike begins in Atlantic region
11/17/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Petro-Canada Fort Hills partners defer mine decision
11/17/2008 [-] Schools slow to act on some safety recommendations Falconer
11/17/2008 [-] Job hunt latest challenge for Filipino in Sydney
11/17/2008 [-] Taxman targets eBay 'power sellers'
11/17/2008 [-] Alcohol, lack of seatbelt cited in Old Perlican death
11/17/2008 [-] Court orders overbilling doctor to repay N.B. government
11/17/2008 [-] Picket lines go up as Canada Post administrative workers begin strike
11/17/2008 [-] Wind brings power outages, travel headaches
11/17/2008 [-] Williams pledges to find ways to retain N.L. youth
11/17/2008 [-] Fugitive in double-stabbing case caught, RCMP say
11/17/2008 [-] Support staff launch strike at Canada Post
11/17/2008 [-] Too many diabetics ignored under new program federation
11/17/2008 [-] Mystery mound disposed of at Memorial campus
11/17/2008 [-] 2 men found in stolen N.S. van St. John's police
11/17/2008 [-] UBS adopts new exec pay model, axes 2008 bonuses
11/17/2008 [-] Mellissa Fung, the economy and bailouts, Russia's coup
11/17/2008 [-] Fog stymies rescue of injured mariner on Grand Banks
11/17/2008 [-] Investigators head to site of B.C. plane crash that killed 7
11/17/2008 [-] Canada Post presents 'final offer'
11/17/2008 [-] Canada's cultural travellers won't warm to Winnipeg, survey finds
11/17/2008 [-] 7 dead in plane crash off Canada coast
11/17/2008 [-] 2 men found in stolen N.S. van St. John's police
11/17/2008 [-] Deaths reported in Canada plane crash
11/17/2008 [-] Binge drinking up
11/17/2008 [-] Seven killed in crash off Canada
11/17/2008 [-] Canada Post moves to avoid strike with offer to administrative workers
11/17/2008 [-] Injured worker wants answers after blast
11/17/2008 [-] Obama's win it's time for Canada to look at our slow train multicultural dream
11/17/2008 [-] Wallaby escaped from Canada zoo dies on road
11/17/2008 [-] Canada Post Presents Final Offer to UPCE-PSAC
11/17/2008 [-] Canada Revenue Agency to focus on so-called
11/17/2008 [-] Seven dead, one survivor in plane crash off Canada
11/17/2008 [-] Seven Killed, One Survivor In Canada Plane Crash
11/17/2008 [-] 7 dead in Canada plane crash, 1 man survives
11/17/2008 [-] 7 dead, 1 survivor in Canada plane crash
11/17/2008 [-] Seven dead, one survivor in plane crash off Canada's west coast
11/17/2008 [-] 7 killed in plane crash off Canada coast
11/17/2008 [-] Publication ban put on Canada bombing case
11/17/2008 [-] Kovalev rallies Habs past Blues
11/17/2008 [-] Man, 23, charged with attempted murder after bat attack on Peel region cop
11/17/2008 [-] Seven die in Canada plane crash
11/17/2008 [-] Canada Revenue Agency to focus on so-called 'power sellers' on eBay
11/17/2008 [-] Canada Revenue Agency to focus on so-called 'power sellers' on eBay
11/17/2008 [-] Caterpillar Says Weak World Growth Will Drive Commodities Lower
11/17/2008 [-] Working holiday rules in UK improved for travelers from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand
11/17/2008 [-] Plane crash in Canada kills seven
11/17/2008 [-] 7 Dead in Plane Wreck off Canada's Coast
11/17/2008 [-] Canadian who was kidnapped in Iraq says withholding info sometimes essential
11/17/2008 [-] Canadian Air Crash Kills Seven
11/17/2008 [-] Seven dead, 1 survivor in Canada plane crash
11/17/2008 [-] 7 die in plane crash off Canada coast
11/17/2008 [-] Seven dead in Canada plane crash
11/17/2008 [-] Canada prof shocked, shocked at being charged in Paris synagogue bombing
11/17/2008 [-] Yes, we Canada Republicans consider move North
11/17/2008 [-] Canada to add 'sufficient' economic stimulus, try to
11/17/2008 [-] Yamaha Canada Music’s Band And Orchestral Department Grows
11/17/2008 [-] Opti Canada hires TD Securities to help compa...
11/17/2008 [-] Local man turns loss into tribute to Canada's Afghan war
11/17/2008 [-] 1-2 finish for Canada
11/17/2008 [-] Canada's trade surplus shrinks
11/17/2008 [-] Canada plans joint auto bailout with US
11/17/2008 [-] E! News Weekend’s Cool Canada Update
11/17/2008 [-] Inflation expected to be down in Canada, U.S.
11/17/2008 [-] Seven dead, one man found alive after plane crash off B.C. coast
11/17/2008 [-] Deadly Canada plane crash
11/17/2008 [-] Plane crash off British Columbia coast kills 7
11/17/2008 [-] 7 dead in plane crash off B.C. coast
11/17/2008 [-] Tests reveal lead in lipsticks; Health Canada says levels safe
11/16/2008 [-] Power to be restored late Sunday to most of central Ontario hit by outage
11/16/2008 [-] Raptors end slide without Calderon
11/16/2008 [-] Small plane crashes off B.C.'s west coast
11/16/2008 [-] Surgeons aren't following all guidelines to lower infection risks survey
11/16/2008 [-] Eight people on board plane that crashed off B.C. coast Sunday
11/16/2008 [-] Teens willing to risk personal safety to defend iPods from muggers
11/16/2008 [-] Tories talk tough on crime, but other issues take priority
11/16/2008 [-] Small plane crashes off B.C.'s west coast
11/16/2008 [-] Opti Canada hires TD Securities to help company review oilsands funding options
11/16/2008 [-] Canada takes tougher stance on gun crime
11/16/2008 [-] Fortin Victoria's new mayor; 3 Island mayors unseated
11/16/2008 [-] Charest confirms Mtl F1 cancelled; PQ's Marois promises more doctors
11/16/2008 [-] Liberals bicker over forum rules
11/16/2008 [-] Calgary gang shooting sends 2 to hospital
11/16/2008 [-] * Publication ban put on bombing case in Canada
11/16/2008 [-] Fortin Victoria's new mayor; 3 Island mayors unseated
11/16/2008 [-] Montreal race cancelled
11/16/2008 [-] Trial begins for man charged in slaying of family in Medicine Hat
11/16/2008 [-] Spain tops latest FIFA rankings while Canada rises three spots to No. 81
11/16/2008 [-] Triathlon Triathlon Canada Announces 2004 Kids of Steel Race Series
11/16/2008 [-] No hope for Montreal Grand Prix
11/16/2008 [-] I could have died says hospitalised Canada striker Hume
11/16/2008 [-] Publication ban put on bombing case in Canada
11/16/2008 [-] iPod muggings on rise in Toronto police
11/16/2008 [-] Auto industry divided over specifics of aid, but agrees Canada needs to help
11/16/2008 [-] Sennheiser Canada At Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival
11/16/2008 [-] Canadian Forces not tracking incidence of brain injuries, hearing loss
11/16/2008 [-] Less bang from the lower Canada buck
11/16/2008 [-] Santa Claus comes to town
11/16/2008 [-] Santa's gift Snow
11/16/2008 [-] Liquid gold
11/16/2008 [-] Eskterminated!
11/16/2008 [-] Fans thrilled by victory
11/16/2008 [-] PM says summit should ease crisis
11/16/2008 [-] Tearful sendoff for stab victim
11/16/2008 [-] North Bay students represent Canada at the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition
11/16/2008 [-] Terasen Gas develops Canada's first utility construction training program for First Nations youth
11/16/2008 [-] Victim hopes for justice
11/16/2008 [-] Canada's Groves wins women's 1500m at speedskating WC
11/16/2008 [-] Save Time Carrying out Entry-Level Research with Air Freight in Canada Report
11/16/2008 [-] New mayors elected in most northern B.C. communities
11/16/2008 [-] Gregor Robertson to be Vancouver host mayor for 2010 Winter Olympics
11/16/2008 [-] Kelowna mayor re-elected, Penticton mayor defeated
11/16/2008 [-] Canada confirms citizen kidnapped in
11/16/2008 [-] Richmond mayor re-elected
11/16/2008 [-] Third term for Corrigan in Burnaby
11/16/2008 [-] Embattled outgoing mayor fails to win council seat in Port Coquitlam
11/16/2008 [-] Richmond, Delta mayors re-elected
11/16/2008 [-] Surrey mayor to serve second term
11/16/2008 [-] Long-time councillor elected mayor in Chilliwack
11/16/2008 [-] West Vancouver mayor re-elected
11/16/2008 [-] Budaj, Avalanche stun Oilers in SO
11/16/2008 [-] All eyes on hotly contested Vancouver mayoral race
11/16/2008 [-] Sask. premier says his party has kept 80 election promises since being voted in
11/16/2008 [-] Flyers get the best of the Habs
11/16/2008 [-] Some B.C. mayoral candidates win by acclamation
11/16/2008 [-] Robertson leads race for mayor of Vancouver
11/16/2008 [-] Three report breathing problems after ammonia leak at Abbotsford ...
11/16/2008 [-] Culprits take industrial dump truck off trailer, destroy ball diamonds in Red Deer
11/16/2008 [-] Flyers get the best of the Canadiens
11/16/2008 [-] Tanking economy means job vacancies are easier to fill recruiter
11/16/2008 [-] Canada will try to avoid deficit Harper
11/16/2008 [-] Canucks dispose of Leafs
11/16/2008 [-] Burnaby pedestrian attacked by driver who nearly hit him
11/16/2008 [-] Edson concert to raise scholarship to honour slain teen
11/16/2008 [-] Edmonton Flyers reunite at Oilers game
11/16/2008 [-] Stamps' defence swarms the Lions
11/16/2008 [-] Stampeders earn a trip to the Grey Cup
11/16/2008 [-] Woman injured in southeast attack
11/16/2008 [-] Another mugged overnight as robbers seemingly target iPod users in Toronto
11/16/2008 [-] Canada tries to dodge deficit, add economic stimulus Harper
11/16/2008 [-] Stamps' defence swarms the Lions
11/16/2008 [-] Will Canada's dirty-oil trick snag Obama?
11/16/2008 [-] ING Canada in a good financial position to expand through acquisition CEO
11/16/2008 [-] As G20 kicks off, Canada talks to Obama reps and hopes to pu
11/16/2008 [-] Canada to add 'sufficient' economic stimulus, try to avoid deficit Harper
11/15/2008 [-] Inmate injured in Alberta prison assault
11/15/2008 [-] G20 moves on crisis unprecedented Canada's Harper
11/15/2008 [-] Howard through to Masters semifinals
11/15/2008 [-] Canada & US plan joint auto bailout
11/15/2008 [-] Decisions by world leaders on economy mean Canadians can breath easier Harper
11/15/2008 [-] Tory delegates tilt right with social policy resolutions at convention
11/15/2008 [-] Budget open house buzzes with angry taxpayers
11/15/2008 [-] Canada, India to hold nuclear talks
11/15/2008 [-] Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commisison A Hoax
11/15/2008 [-] Conservatives grapple with hot-button resolutions
11/15/2008 [-] Als will host Grey Cup game after beating Eskimos
11/15/2008 [-] Canada's Chan, Rochette win Trophee Bompard
11/15/2008 [-] 125 firefighters battle five-alarm blaze in southwestern Montreal
11/15/2008 [-] A small quake hits Quebec's lower St. Lawrence region early Saturday morning
11/15/2008 [-] Chan, Rochette put Canada 1-2 at Trophee Bompard
11/15/2008 [-] Leafs pay Canucks rare visit
11/15/2008 [-] Chan triumphs to take Bompard honours
11/15/2008 [-] Koe, Stoughton advance
11/15/2008 [-] Walls collapse as fire rages at Montreal paper recycling plant
11/15/2008 [-] Small quake felt in Quebec
11/15/2008 [-] Koe and Stoughton book spots in Masters playoffs
11/15/2008 [-] Hot Budaj looks to grease an Oiler skid
11/15/2008 [-] Frustrated Senators get rematch with Isles
11/15/2008 [-] Wales beats Canada 34-13
11/15/2008 [-] Wales struggle to put away Canada 34-13
11/15/2008 [-] Canada's Chan wins Trophee Bompard in Paris
11/15/2008 [-] Maple Leafs pay Canucks rare visit
11/15/2008 [-] Top toys Monopoly and 'cool' dinosaurs
11/15/2008 [-] Calgary man convicted of movie piracy
11/15/2008 [-] Canadian 'shocked' by bombing charge
11/15/2008 [-] Regina police seek Desnomie on Canada-wide warrant
11/15/2008 [-] Journalist Arthur Kent sues CanWest over election coverage
11/15/2008 [-] Canada talks to Obama reps as G20 summits begins
11/15/2008 [-] Wales struggle to put Canada away
11/15/2008 [-] Told you so Williams wrong on Inco from start, ex-Liberal premier says
11/15/2008 [-] Canada's Chan wins Trophee Bompard
11/15/2008 [-] Body in backyard
11/15/2008 [-] Bitter fight to become Vancouver's mayor decided today in local elections
11/15/2008 [-] Forget facts, common sense or decency
11/15/2008 [-] Two tries for teenager Halfpenny as Wales ease past Canada
11/15/2008 [-] Let's make Burke beg
11/15/2008 [-] Jury to decide fate of Alberta man in triple slaying
11/15/2008 [-] Canada considers joint auto bailout with U.S.
11/15/2008 [-] UN slams Canada for expelling Indian
11/15/2008 [-] India, Canada negotiate nuclear deal
11/15/2008 [-] UN body criticises Canada over Indian
11/15/2008 [-] India, Canada negotiating nuclear deal
11/15/2008 [-] Police need details of mental patients before apprehension coroner's jury
11/15/2008 [-] Educators to visit schools in Canada
11/15/2008 [-] Alberta contacts patients in dirty syringe case
11/15/2008 [-] Former academic aims to lead Canada’s Liberals
11/15/2008 [-] Wales make hard work of Canada
11/15/2008 [-] India, Canada negotiating nuke deal
11/15/2008 [-] 3 taken to hospital after ammonia leak at Abbotsford warehouse
11/15/2008 [-] Canada mulls joint auto bailout with US
11/15/2008 [-] Brandon Crisp in 'VIP section up in heaven,' 1,700 funeral-goers told
11/15/2008 [-] Ferguson almost made Canada his goal
11/15/2008 [-] Homelessness buried among election issues, says Vancouver group
11/15/2008 [-] Canada India negotiate nuclear deal
11/15/2008 [-] One hundred years of trade between Canada and the Caribbean commemorated
11/15/2008 [-] Canada-Eastern Caribbean debt management agreement signed
11/15/2008 [-] Condemns Canada Deportation Of Abused Indian Man
11/15/2008 [-] Wales makes heavy work of Canada
11/15/2008 [-] Chan, Rochette put Canada on top at Trophee Bompard
11/15/2008 [-] India, Canada negotiate nuke deal
11/15/2008 [-] Suspect in Paris synagogue bombing held in Canada
11/15/2008 [-] Former academic aims to lead Canada's Liberals
11/15/2008 [-] Air Canada flight from Toronto brings two millionth tourist to Cuba
11/15/2008 [-] Canada talks to Obama team over crisis
11/15/2008 [-] Accused Paris bomber's bail hearing adjourned
11/15/2008 [-] Teens charged in toddler's death granted bail
11/15/2008 [-] Former Métis addictions council officials charged
11/15/2008 [-] Montreal couple nabbed in Florida charged with murder in baby's death
11/15/2008 [-] Hello Canada The Recession is Coming 100,000 Jobs to Be Lost Report
11/15/2008 [-] Martin, Gushue, Ferbey advance at Masters of Curling
11/15/2008 [-] Gas well fire continues to burn near Chetwynd, B.C.
11/15/2008 [-] Police nab suspect in series of sexual attacks in Abbotsford
11/15/2008 [-] Union serves strike notice to Canada Post
11/15/2008 [-] Montreal couple nabbed in Florida charged with murder in baby's death
11/15/2008 [-] Can Canada Finally Capture the Crown
11/15/2008 [-] Media Advisory-Canada Revenue Agency Professionals Demonstrate in Calgary on November 18, 2008
11/15/2008 [-] Mistaken identity frees alleged gangster from detention
11/15/2008 [-] Canada sets roster for final World Cup qualifer
11/15/2008 [-] Wales v Canada as it happened
11/15/2008 [-] Government contemplating joint Canada-U.S. auto industry bailout Clement
11/15/2008 [-] Hook injured as Wales limp to Canada victory
11/15/2008 [-] Canada and its cities more tax-friendly than U.S.
11/15/2008 [-] Brantford seeks injunction to stop aboriginal protests
11/15/2008 [-] Pills seized weren't OxyContin, drugmaker says
11/15/2008 [-] Charges laid following fatal overdose at Alberta work camp
11/15/2008 [-] RCMP ID boy killed in 2nd crash
11/15/2008 [-] Former Mtis addictions council officials charged
11/15/2008 [-] Hook injured as Wales make heavy work of Canada
11/15/2008 [-] Global credit crunch could affect 'The Bow'
11/15/2008 [-] Phoenix Suns' Nash suspended and O'Neal fined
11/14/2008 [-] Phoenix Sinclair's stepfather knew he 'made a big mistake,' court hears
11/14/2008 [-] Potash Corp. workers approve deal
11/14/2008 [-] Canada home sales drop to lowest level since 2002
11/14/2008 [-] RCMP cadet discrimination case attracts international attention
11/14/2008 [-] UN body criticises Canada over Indian's deportation
11/14/2008 [-] Bomb-sniffing dogs added to security on BC Ferries
11/14/2008 [-] Okanagan leads fall in B.C. real estate values
11/14/2008 [-] Brown not willing to 'hang bureaucrats' over PNP
11/14/2008 [-] Bar the doors Tory delegates debate policy behind curtains
11/14/2008 [-] Yukon Energy to turn on Carmacks-Pelly-Minto power line soon
11/14/2008 [-] Canadian woman kidnapped in Pakistan
11/14/2008 [-] Police disciplinary hearing not in public interest Port Moody chief
11/14/2008 [-] Mother sheds tears after murder, manslaughter charges laid in two N.B. cases
11/14/2008 [-] Habs boosted by suspicious all-star voting
11/14/2008 [-] Teens charged in toddler's death granted bail
11/14/2008 [-] Bay Street Week Ahead Less bang from the lower Canada buck
11/14/2008 [-] Accused Paris bomber's bail hearing adjourned one week
11/14/2008 [-] Ottawa seeks to block hearings in detainee transfer controversy
11/14/2008 [-] Joint study needed on Baffin Bay polar bear numbers expert
11/14/2008 [-] Halifax police mistakenly release man before court appearance
11/14/2008 [-] Canucks lose Bieksa to injury
11/14/2008 [-] Ontario at 'crossroads,' report on youth violence warns
11/14/2008 [-] City council torn on mayor's revised tax plan
11/14/2008 [-] Man charged in poppy box thefts
11/14/2008 [-] Province names new judge, wife of MP Dominic LeBlanc
11/14/2008 [-] Ontario at 'crossroads,' report on youth violence warns
11/14/2008 [-] Pills seized weren't OxyContin, drugmaker says
11/14/2008 [-] Winnipeg streets closed Saturday for Santa Claus parade
11/14/2008 [-] Children's insulin pumps to be funded by B.C. government
11/14/2008 [-] Glenn Howard takes out frustrations on McAulay
11/14/2008 [-] Canucks lose Bieksa for 2-4 weeks
11/14/2008 [-] Olympic Medalist Lori Melien Joins Swimming Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Bankruptcies up 19% in P.E.I.
11/14/2008 [-] Brown not willing to 'hang bureaucrats' over PNP
11/14/2008 [-] Canada's Chan and Rochette lead Trophee Bompart
11/14/2008 [-] Canada Employment Insurance Commission Sets Employment Insurance Premium Rate for 2009
11/14/2008 [-] Cayman Islands police drop investigation into former B.C. judge
11/14/2008 [-] Vancouver dog owner tries to collar civic vote
11/14/2008 [-] UBS banker led a secretive 'Canada Desk' paper
11/14/2008 [-] Norovirus outbreak hits Edmonton
11/14/2008 [-] The future of public transit in Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Louis Riel poetry manuscripts to be auctioned
11/14/2008 [-] Chinese market turmoil leads to layoffs at antimony mine
11/14/2008 [-] 3 MLAs square off for Nunavut premier's job
11/14/2008 [-] Economy solid before crisis hit, data show
11/14/2008 [-] Brandon Crisp A happy kid who loved life
11/14/2008 [-] P.E.I. to build central museum
11/14/2008 [-] Jury chosen in 2nd Medicine Hat triple-murder trial
11/14/2008 [-] Fort Simpson petition for new band council a 'personal attack' chief
11/14/2008 [-] Yukon seeks public feedback on health-care system changes
11/14/2008 [-] Murder charge laid in west-end death
11/14/2008 [-] Canadian soldier missing since WW II buried in France
11/14/2008 [-] More forestry industry layoffs announced in Meadow Lake
11/14/2008 [-] Leewards blasts Canada in opening game of Presidents Cup cricket ...
11/14/2008 [-] Cyclist has leg amputated after taxi collision
11/14/2008 [-] Inmate stabbed to death in B.C. prison
11/14/2008 [-] Canada reporter swapped for Afghan prisoners
11/14/2008 [-] West Vancouver police avoid disciplinary hearing by resigning
11/14/2008 [-] Robbed at knifepoint, senior says thieves got only 5
11/14/2008 [-] G20 to focus on macroeconomic solutions Canada
11/14/2008 [-] PM Canada in strong fiscal position
11/14/2008 [-] Accused professor not in Paris during 1980 bombing lawyer
11/14/2008 [-] Teen wanted in high school stabbing turns self in
11/14/2008 [-] Authority cracking down on toll-dodgers on Saint John Harbour Bridge
11/14/2008 [-] Online Carpooling Service Fined In Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Child poverty focus of Saskatoon health report
11/14/2008 [-] Cape Breton's Julie Curwin wins international short story prize
11/14/2008 [-] Corner Brook VON to turn away government-paid clients
11/14/2008 [-] Zags sign player from Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Cape Breton's Julie Curwin wins international short story prize
11/14/2008 [-] N.B. Mounties make arrest in 17-year-old murder
11/14/2008 [-] Potash Workers in Canada Ratify Pact, Ending Strike
11/14/2008 [-] Canada enters G-20 in strong fiscal position Harper
11/14/2008 [-] Ottawa school bus driver fired after allegedly drinking on job
11/14/2008 [-] Halifax man released after witnesses recant
11/14/2008 [-] N-windfall Canadian team visits India
11/14/2008 [-] Charges send Canwest to 1.02B loss in Q4
11/14/2008 [-] 1,700 fill church for Brandon Crisp funeral
11/14/2008 [-] Warrant issued after woman abducted, sexually assaulted
11/14/2008 [-] Statistics Canada September New Motor Vehicle Sales Up
11/14/2008 [-] Toronto cyclist's leg severed after altercation
11/14/2008 [-] Trafficker given 22-month sentence
11/14/2008 [-] Province cool to proposed municipal sales tax
11/14/2008 [-] Canwest takes writedown
11/14/2008 [-] Dollar falls with oil prices, equities eyed
11/14/2008 [-] Free market clash unlikely at G20 summit Canada
11/14/2008 [-] TSX falls, oil leads way down
11/14/2008 [-] Back to 2005 Gas prices lowest in nearly 4 years
11/14/2008 [-] Confusion hangs over possible closure of addictions centre
11/14/2008 [-] NDP to Tories Bring back HST rebate on power
11/14/2008 [-] FRANCE CANADA
11/14/2008 [-] Father calls for coroner's inquest into Bathurst van crash
11/14/2008 [-] We're up to our eyeballs in debt
11/14/2008 [-] Wayward wallaby winds up dead
11/14/2008 [-] Julie wasn't the 'face' of homeless
11/14/2008 [-] Drugs eyed in death
11/14/2008 [-] Have a look YouTube video celebrates N.L. turn of fortunes
11/14/2008 [-] Second deadly crash near Hantsport kills boy, 15
11/14/2008 [-] Eastlink 'disappointed' by lack of high-speed RFP
11/14/2008 [-] One inmate fatally stabbed, two others injured in brawl at Kent Institution
11/14/2008 [-] Canwest takes 1.01-billion writedown on Canadian television operations
11/14/2008 [-] T.O. coffee cup debate grinds on
11/14/2008 [-] Inspections close 2 P.E.I. bridges
11/14/2008 [-] Charlottetown hotel plan traded for condos
11/14/2008 [-] Wandering wallaby found dead
11/14/2008 [-] Senior robbed at knifepoint in own home RCMP
11/14/2008 [-] Make a decision on N.L. mill, Abitibi told
11/14/2008 [-] Distraught woman may be moved from vandalized unit NLHC
11/14/2008 [-] Eastlink 'disappointed' by lack of high-speed RFP
11/14/2008 [-] Father calls for coroner's inquest into Bathurst van crash
11/14/2008 [-] Pooch praised as hero
11/14/2008 [-] Hundreds expected at Ontario teen's funeral
11/14/2008 [-] FRANCE CANADA BOMB SUSPECT
11/14/2008 [-] CWT Appoints Regional Director, Associate Program Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Surian Engineering Services and Solutions in Canada for Architectural, Mechanical, Civil and Structural Engineering
11/14/2008 [-] Martin 3-0 at Masters of Curling
11/14/2008 [-] Wales rugby team seek end to slump against Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Canada arrests synagogue bombing prime suspect
11/14/2008 [-] Harper preaches pragmatism
11/14/2008 [-] Drugs eyed in pipeline worker's death
11/14/2008 [-] Powder scare outside bank
11/14/2008 [-] Paris bomb suspect is held in Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Wales warned not to take Canada lightly
11/14/2008 [-] 'Scud Stud' targets CanWest in lawsuit
11/14/2008 [-] Canada holds synagogue bomb suspect
11/14/2008 [-] T.O. coffee-lid ban tossed
11/14/2008 [-] Flames fall meekly to Sharks
11/14/2008 [-] Martin, Gushue, Ferbey 3-0 at Masters of Curling
11/14/2008 [-] Police capture suspect in 1980 French bombing in Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Potash Corp workers ratify 3-year deal at 3 mines
11/14/2008 [-] Leafs figure out Oilers' goalie
11/14/2008 [-] Burke looking for autonomy
11/14/2008 [-] Canada's Harper says to press for balance at G20
11/14/2008 [-] Senators stifled by Islanders
11/14/2008 [-] Tories to pull out of Canada-led water-monitoring program
11/14/2008 [-] B.C. freelancer made 'urgent appeal' to exit Pakistan before kidnapping
11/14/2008 [-] Canada Police Detain Canadian-Lebanese Bomb Suspect
11/14/2008 [-] Leafs figure out Oilers' rookie goalie
11/14/2008 [-] Burke looking for autonomy, authority in next NHL job
11/14/2008 [-] Gonzaga lands recruit from Canada
11/14/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-Canada, US talking about carmaker aid Flaherty
11/14/2008 [-] Danny, Kaitlyn, axed on 'So You Think You Can Dance Canada'
11/14/2008 [-] Senators stifled by feisty Islanders
11/14/2008 [-] Longlist announced for Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Canada looks to sell assets to avoid deficit
11/14/2008 [-] Canada, U.S. discuss possible auto aid package
11/14/2008 [-] Homeless man upset after NCC axes shrubs in Ottawa park
11/14/2008 [-] Stepbrother recounts toddler's sufferings at murder trial
11/14/2008 [-] Race to Lead Canada
11/14/2008 [-] 10 Things You Should Know Before Moving to Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Hunter hailed as 'hero' after capturing escaped deer
11/14/2008 [-] U.S. Steel to cut 675 jobs in U.S. and Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Harper tells Conservatives to put ideology aside in face of economic crisis
11/14/2008 [-] Taliban will 'never' negotiate with West spokesman
11/14/2008 [-] U.S. Steel furloughing 677 in this country, Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Canada Post abusing EI program
11/14/2008 [-] Media Advisory Passport Canada Mobile Passport Unit in Cochrane
11/14/2008 [-] Nissan Announces Lowest-Priced New Car in Canada*
11/14/2008 [-] Canada mulls selling CN Tower to balance books
11/14/2008 [-] Canada Indians Treaty Agreement
11/14/2008 [-] Yellowknife MLAs, school boards 'in the dark' over amalgamation
11/14/2008 [-] Federal government considering sale of Crown assets Flaherty
11/14/2008 [-] Canada may face housing bust Shiller
11/14/2008 [-] Police ask if anyone saw Twitchell's red Grand Am
11/14/2008 [-] US Steel lays off 675 workers in US, Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Give people time off for Olympics, VANOC urges
11/14/2008 [-] Canada boosted by 'club' spirit
11/14/2008 [-] US Steel lays off 677 in US, Canada
11/14/2008 [-] Bank of Canada to inject more in liquidity
11/14/2008 [-] Are Canada's banks really the world's safest?
11/14/2008 [-] Nurse shortage at Montreal Children's Hospital shuts down beds
11/14/2008 [-] Nortel bankruptcy 'a distinct possibility'
11/14/2008 [-] Hunter hailed as 'hero' after capturing escaped deer
11/14/2008 [-] Canada Post Reassures Canadians That Mail Delivery Will Continue
11/13/2008 [-] 5 Sask. communities so far found to be reusing syringes
11/13/2008 [-] Hamilton gets for heart research
11/13/2008 [-] The United Church of Canada Issues Call to Action for the Congo
11/13/2008 [-] French officials Canadian police arrest main suspect in 1980 bombing of Paris synagogue
11/13/2008 [-] Faulty electronics at power dam linked to latest Yukon outage
11/13/2008 [-] Excluded candidates cry foul over Victoria civic election debate
11/13/2008 [-] Wallaby dies on walkabout in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] China settles financial info dispute with EU, US, Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Frank Gehry says revamped Art Gallery of Ontario will make Canada proud
11/13/2008 [-] Lower oil prices could mean deficit Williams
11/13/2008 [-] Elderly driver killed in crash near Hantsport
11/13/2008 [-] Montreal teen tackles 'intense' role of Broadway's Billy Elliot
11/13/2008 [-] Accused Paris bomber arrested in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] U.S. Steel lays off 677 workers in Canada and USA because of lower demand
11/13/2008 [-] Hari, Chanda settle for draws against Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Republicans Seek Refuge in Canada! What Next?
11/13/2008 [-] Ottawa professor arrested in deadly 1980 Paris bombing
11/13/2008 [-] Synagogue bomb suspect arested in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] BMO Harris says Canada headed for recession
11/13/2008 [-] Art Gallery of Ontario reopens with Gehry's stamp
11/13/2008 [-] Surrey man grows contender for world's longest beard
11/13/2008 [-] Canada calls for worldwide IMF financial reviews
11/13/2008 [-] Copper thief crushed by telephone pole in Maple Ridge, police say
11/13/2008 [-] Missing wallaby's body found in field near eastern Ontario zoo
11/13/2008 [-] Ontario teen's death sends message to Canadian families father
11/13/2008 [-] Suspect in French synagogue bombing held in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Obese Canada inmate released because Big House too small
11/13/2008 [-] St. John's hospital to be partially evacuated after acid found
11/13/2008 [-] 5-year-old girl beaten 'for the hell of it'
11/13/2008 [-] N.B. seeking proposals for early childhood development centres
11/13/2008 [-] Majority of council wants budget, tax hike scrapped
11/13/2008 [-] More complaints of burning eyes at northeast elementary school
11/13/2008 [-] Flames return to scene of playoff exit
11/13/2008 [-] Ottawa police investigate suspicious package at Bank of Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Addictions centre under review, admissions halted
11/13/2008 [-] New archway captures spirit of Winnipeg's Little Italy
11/13/2008 [-] Body found in apartment, death called suspicious
11/13/2008 [-] CMHC Releases Comprehensive Report on Housing in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Stylegarage opens the doors to the first Gus* Studio in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Man charged with sexually assaulting girl, 12, at gymnastics
11/13/2008 [-] New fees at St. John's dump outrageous, C.B.S. mayor says
11/13/2008 [-] SCI Named 2008 'Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Art Gallery of Ontario reopens with Gehry's stamp
11/13/2008 [-] Ignatieff wants Liberal crown
11/13/2008 [-] Robber flees NDG bank after holdup
11/13/2008 [-] New archway captures spirit of Winnipeg's Little Italy
11/13/2008 [-] Vuntut Gwitchin's, Council of Yukon First Nations split not surprising ex-premier
11/13/2008 [-] RIM co-CEO says market environment is 'intense'
11/13/2008 [-] Surrey man grows contender for world's longest beard
11/13/2008 [-] 'Changed' Ignatieff enters Liberal leadership race
11/13/2008 [-] Canada's trade surplus shrank 20 percent in September
11/13/2008 [-] Opposition parties demand Ottawa do more for autos
11/13/2008 [-] RIM co-CEO says market environment is 'intense'
11/13/2008 [-] US Steel lays off 677 workers in US, Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Oilers rookie goalie fitting in nicely
11/13/2008 [-] New fees at St. John's dump outrageous, C.B.S. mayor says
11/13/2008 [-] Le Pays de la Sagouine will reopen next June
11/13/2008 [-] 1 dead in crash near Hantsport
11/13/2008 [-] Alberta, Toronto police look for connections in killings of 4 Toronto men
11/13/2008 [-] Swedish club wants injured Wickenheiser back
11/13/2008 [-] Brandon Crisp's dad breaks silence
11/13/2008 [-] Top court won't intervene on Mountie's grave
11/13/2008 [-] 'Changed' Ignatieff enters Liberal leadership race
11/13/2008 [-] Crown closing two Canada plants
11/13/2008 [-] NTSB Design errors factor in 2007 bridge collapse
11/13/2008 [-] Sears revives layaway in U.S., not in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Friends, family seek leads on missing Yellowknife man
11/13/2008 [-] Montreal public transit fees may go up soon
11/13/2008 [-] Vuntut Gwitchin's, Council of Yukon First Nations split not surprising ex-premier
11/13/2008 [-] Snow-clearing bylaw not needed Regina mayor
11/13/2008 [-] Cattle producers target coyotes
11/13/2008 [-] Lucerne half and half recalled in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Canada warns would-be refugees of fraud
11/13/2008 [-] Canada condemns crackdown in Myanmar
11/13/2008 [-] 3rd bridge, tunnel for Halifax hits roadblock with public
11/13/2008 [-] Toronto-based BFI Canada increases profit in 3rd quarter
11/13/2008 [-] RCMP investigating missing legion money
11/13/2008 [-] Gwynne Dyer Canada's dirty oil offers climate
11/13/2008 [-] Ignatieff enters Liberal leadership race
11/13/2008 [-] Canso hooks mini fish plant
11/13/2008 [-] Canada's trade surplus narrows by
11/13/2008 [-] Alberta, Toronto police look for connections in killings of four Toronto men
11/13/2008 [-] 'Foot' discovered on Canada shore
11/13/2008 [-] Trial could end but pain lingers
11/13/2008 [-] Ambulance company, paramedics union reach tentative contract deal
11/13/2008 [-] Baron's legacy lives on
11/13/2008 [-] Man calls shots in the can
11/13/2008 [-] Suspicious package found outside Bank of Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Top court won't step into dispute over grave site of dead Mountie
11/13/2008 [-] Tailgating the real fun at the game
11/13/2008 [-] Carbon tax chances 'slim,' Boudreau says
11/13/2008 [-] Municipalities to push for new infrastructure tax
11/13/2008 [-] Saskatchewan, Manitoba to weather economic storm Conference Board
11/13/2008 [-] Toronto council ices coffee cup recycling proposal
11/13/2008 [-] Canada seeks return to F1 circuit
11/13/2008 [-] Board will assign police officer to C.W. Jefferys
11/13/2008 [-] Mother kicked out of pool for breastfeeding says she'll fight back
11/13/2008 [-] Road rage leads to assault charges
11/13/2008 [-] Irving Paper plugs into provincial energy rebate
11/13/2008 [-] Newborns test positive for MRSA
11/13/2008 [-] Harper to kick off party policy convention in Winnipeg
11/13/2008 [-] Global financial turmoil to hit provinces hard Conference Board of Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Ignatieff to launch leadership bid this morning
11/13/2008 [-] Carbon tax chances 'slim,' Boudreau says
11/13/2008 [-] Ottawa firm harnesses gravity to probe ice-bound Antarctic mountains
11/13/2008 [-] New minister tripped up over property taxes
11/13/2008 [-] End of dial-up for all Islanders
11/13/2008 [-] Charlottetown group pushing for movement on farm
11/13/2008 [-] China settles WTO information row with US, EU, Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Quebec convict released from jail for being too fat
11/13/2008 [-] Canada triples aid to banks' credit
11/13/2008 [-] Traumatized in own home over payback, St. John's woman says
11/13/2008 [-] Nain power outages unacceptable, mayor says
11/13/2008 [-] Ignatieff will announce leadership intentions Thursday
11/13/2008 [-] Regulator continues N.L. gas-price slide
11/13/2008 [-] Roof worker injured in St. John's industrial accident
11/13/2008 [-] Barge adrift off southern Labrador
11/13/2008 [-] Traumatized in own home over payback, St. John's woman says
11/13/2008 [-] Center for Bathroom Etiquette a hit
11/13/2008 [-] Canada boosted by
11/13/2008 [-] Crude Oil Falls as IEA May Cut Demand Forecast a Third Month
11/13/2008 [-] Detectives Follow Leads In La Canada Couple Murder
11/13/2008 [-] Canada Condemns Long Sentencing of Activists in Burma
11/13/2008 [-] Quebec political leaders campaign as smaller parties ask to join debates
11/13/2008 [-] Chronically ill Canadians waited longest
11/13/2008 [-] Canucks' Luongo sets mark in loss
11/13/2008 [-] Canada's dollar takes deep plunge
11/13/2008 [-] Canucks' Luongo sets record in shootout loss
11/13/2008 [-] Canada demands release of activists
11/13/2008 [-] Canada Line train does trial run
11/13/2008 [-] Canada vs USA Comparing Politics
11/13/2008 [-] Canada Pressing to Re-Open Korean Market to its Beef Exports
11/13/2008 [-] Canada slipping on world stage, says survey
11/13/2008 [-] Another severed foot found in Canada?
11/13/2008 [-] 76ers get revenge against Raptors
11/13/2008 [-] Canada condemns Burma over
11/13/2008 [-] Canada Journalist Freed; Fixer And Driver In Custody
11/13/2008 [-] CanWest to cut 560 jobs
11/13/2008 [-] Calderon injured in Raptors loss
11/13/2008 [-] Canada may run deficit next year Flaherty
11/13/2008 [-] Canada calls suicide bombing and acid attack on girls 'desperate' acts
11/13/2008 [-] Canada's CanWest media company cuts 560 jobs
11/13/2008 [-] Canada calls suicide bombing and acid attack on girls 'desperate' acts
11/13/2008 [-] Federal court to hear Inuk's legal challenge for Inuit parity
11/13/2008 [-] UPDATE 5-Canada buys up mortgages, central bank lends more
11/13/2008 [-] Vuntut Gwitchin severs political ties to Council of Yukon First Nations
11/13/2008 [-] Britain, Canada leads protests against sentencing of dissidents – Saw Yan Naing
11/13/2008 [-] Man slain outside liquor store died from stab wound medical examiner
11/13/2008 [-] 3 girls face assault charges after Abbotsford attack
11/13/2008 [-] Media Giant CanWest Cuts 560 Jobs Across Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Jump in suspected E. coli cases in North Bay
11/13/2008 [-] Unclaimed medals belonged to late grandfather of Ardrossan man
11/13/2008 [-] Canada's dollar, stock market plunge amid worries of continued slowdown
11/13/2008 [-] Chretien urges caution on Kosovo, receives Order of Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Severed foot mystery deepens after B.C. couple finds another running shoe
11/13/2008 [-] Another shoe washes up on Canadian coast
11/13/2008 [-] Que. climber will take group of donors to top of highest mountain in Americas
11/13/2008 [-] RCMP commissioner admits challenges in rebuilding public trust
11/13/2008 [-] Pair of Habs Stanley Cup rings missing in Bronfman jewelry heist in Toronto
11/13/2008 [-] Too Much Mail from the Canada Revenue Agency
11/13/2008 [-] University student under investigation for promoting the killing of Canadian soldiers in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Canada's PM urges stimulus, not red tape for world economy
11/13/2008 [-] Power Corporation of Canada CITIC Pacific Limited Press Release
11/13/2008 [-] 2 men accused of Fort Qu'Appelle murder found not guilty
11/13/2008 [-] Canada condemns Burma over 'political prisoners'
11/13/2008 [-] Apparent 6th severed foot found in Canada
11/13/2008 [-] Canadian TV hit Trailer Park Boys to end
11/13/2008 [-] Afghanistan The government motion on Canada's role
11/13/2008 [-] Gasoline prices to drop Friday to lowest in almost 4 years
11/13/2008 [-] 2 men accused of Fort Qu'Appelle murder found not guilty
11/13/2008 [-] More U.S. fallout expected for Canada
11/13/2008 [-] N.L. eating disorder program set to begin
11/13/2008 [-] Burke out as Ducks' GM
11/13/2008 [-] Poor roads cause cancellation of multiple murderer's escorted leave
11/13/2008 [-] Phoenix Sinclair's stepbrother details litany of abuse
11/12/2008 [-] Convicted stoned driver to learn fate next week
11/12/2008 [-] CanWest cuts 560 jobs Canada-wide
11/12/2008 [-] City of Ottawa cuts 5 directors
11/12/2008 [-] Northern Quebec towns lose phone, internet after wire snaps
11/12/2008 [-] Canada says wants to ensure auto sector liquidity
11/12/2008 [-] INTERVIEW-ING Canada CEO eyes acquisitions
11/12/2008 [-] Senators' Ruutu suspended 2 games
11/12/2008 [-] B.C. rights tribunal sides with gossip girl
11/12/2008 [-] 1 killed, 3 injured in highway crash
11/12/2008 [-] Burke out as Ducks' GM
11/12/2008 [-] Wind power ruffles question period
11/12/2008 [-] fee for baby-free zone? Don't believe the rumours, WestJet says
11/12/2008 [-] Federal court to hear Inuk's legal challenge for Inuit parity
11/12/2008 [-] UPEI names nursing school for co-founder
11/12/2008 [-] Britain and Canada condemn junta for sentencing dissidents
11/12/2008 [-] Hunters find burning body near Edmonton
11/12/2008 [-] The Honourable Diane Ablonczy Applauds Climb in Canada
11/12/2008 [-] Free conference calling comes to Canada
11/12/2008 [-] Abduction, assault victim recounts terrifying ordeal
11/12/2008 [-] Murder victim, 5, shot, choked and starved stepbrother
11/12/2008 [-] Another human foot may have washed ashore in Canada
11/12/2008 [-] Sask. to weather downturn with 3B in extra revenues, says government
11/12/2008 [-] Muslim, women's groups protest article on 'honour killing' of T.O. girl
11/12/2008 [-] Northeast school evacuated amid reports of noxious fumes
11/12/2008 [-] 'Dying is not an option' CBC journalist Fung describes Afghan captivity
11/12/2008 [-] CBC journalist told herself 'dying is not an option' during kidnapping
11/12/2008 [-] Slaughterhouse rules violating trade agreement Easter
11/12/2008 [-] Canada reporter says swapped for Afghan prisoners
11/12/2008 [-] Reporter in Afghan kidnap says family grabbed her
11/12/2008 [-] Stanley Cup rings part of jewel heist
11/12/2008 [-] U.S. auto bailout would pressure Canada -Chrysler
11/12/2008 [-] Body found in bush fire near Lac La Biche
11/12/2008 [-] Two changes as Canada prepare for Wales
11/12/2008 [-] Elections Canada spends to survey its own performance
11/12/2008 [-] Cape Breton police officer charged, suspended
11/12/2008 [-] Another severed foot washes up on Canada's Pacific coast
11/12/2008 [-] 2B hydromet plant to be built in Long Harbour
11/12/2008 [-] Morbidly obese Quebec prisoner gets a lighter sentence
11/12/2008 [-] Woman charged with murder in daughter's death says girl forced to eat vomit
11/12/2008 [-] Montreal hotel group supports higher room tax to save F1 race
11/12/2008 [-] Ottawa mayor fights to keep Lansdowne design contest closed
11/12/2008 [-] Athabasca man charged with making child porn
11/12/2008 [-] Growers, food activists rally to preserve northeast Edmonton farmland
11/12/2008 [-] Charges ruled out in deadly Bathurst school van crash
11/12/2008 [-] CANADA STOCKS-TSX sinks on resources, economy worries
11/12/2008 [-] Gas well burns out of control in northeastern B.C.
11/12/2008 [-] C.W. Jefferys safe, says principal
11/12/2008 [-] ING Canada CEO eyes acquisitions
11/12/2008 [-] Pilots worried about 'stupid hobby' of shining laser lights at planes
11/12/2008 [-] Veteran receives medal for WWII service
11/12/2008 [-] OxyContin maker offers lab help to police after Sydney drug bust
11/12/2008 [-] Canada to buy extra 50 bln dlrs in mortgages from banks
11/12/2008 [-] Quebec Liberals ahead, but short of majority poll
11/12/2008 [-] Canadian author with aboriginal roots wins Giller
11/12/2008 [-] CANADA STOCKS-TSX pulled lower by oil, resources
11/12/2008 [-] Another human foot found on B.C. coast
11/12/2008 [-] Canada and the U.S. condemn harsh sentencing of Myanmar dissidents
11/12/2008 [-] Sentence lightened for overweight Quebec prisoner
11/12/2008 [-] Lottery operator tweaks website following CBC probe
11/12/2008 [-] House fire kills 3 in Creston, B.C.
11/12/2008 [-] All eyes on Luongo shutout streak in Vancouver
11/12/2008 [-] Bank of Canada injects additional 8 billion to free up credit markets
11/12/2008 [-] Rockslide slows Highway 99 traffic
11/12/2008 [-] ING Canada Q3 profit drops to 57M from year-ago 92M on market volatility
11/12/2008 [-] TSX sinks on resources, economy worries
11/12/2008 [-] Canada announces additional support for credit markets
11/12/2008 [-] Ill Never Let Canada Live This Down Evil Carpooling Startup Fined
11/12/2008 [-] Nunavut setting energy efficiency, alternative power targets
11/12/2008 [-] Hydromet plant to be built in Long Harbour
11/12/2008 [-] Province offers Moncton special-care home 2-month reprieve
11/12/2008 [-] Highway 97 in Okanagan Valley reopens
11/12/2008 [-] 7th foot washes up on West Coast
11/12/2008 [-] Fidalgo boxers sweep bouts in Canada
11/12/2008 [-] Canada's exports to fall in '09 EDC
11/12/2008 [-] Pilots worried about 'stupid hobby' of shining laser lights at planes
11/12/2008 [-] Ottawa social housing, rec centres to get Ont. infrastructure funds
11/12/2008 [-] Canada to face
11/12/2008 [-] Ontario pledges millions for Ottawa sewers, social housing
11/12/2008 [-] Hunter River surprised by lack of doctor funding
11/12/2008 [-] RCMP rule out charges in fatal Bathurst van crash
11/12/2008 [-] Students get glimpse into life of doctor
11/12/2008 [-] Southwest Airlines plans to offer service to Mexico, Canada
11/12/2008 [-] Massive bombing rocks Kandahar
11/12/2008 [-] Canada triples mortgage purchases to boost credit
11/12/2008 [-] Gordon Lightfoot to tour in 2009
11/12/2008 [-] Joseph Boyden wins Giller Prize
11/12/2008 [-] Expert Obama Breaks Western Democracies' Race Barrier
11/12/2008 [-] Revelstoke ski resort pinched by global financial crisis
11/12/2008 [-] Federal government buying more in mortgages
11/12/2008 [-] Air ambulance service flawed, N.L. woman says after Halifax surgery
11/12/2008 [-] Former Eastern Health lab machine A-OK, new owner says
11/12/2008 [-] Canada Continues to Press Korea to Reopen Beef Market
11/12/2008 [-] RCMP rule out charges in fatal Bathurst bus crash
11/12/2008 [-] PQ, Liberals trade barbs
11/12/2008 [-] ING Canada profit beats estimates by a cent
11/12/2008 [-] UPDATE 1-ING Canada Q3 profit beats estimates by a cent
11/12/2008 [-] Man, 19, charged with attempted murder in Halifax-area shooting
11/12/2008 [-] Time for action as legislature opens
11/12/2008 [-] Graham unveiling a new cabinet Wednesday morning
11/12/2008 [-] Canadian police probe 1985 Air India bombing
11/12/2008 [-] Israeli solar-energy firm to go public in Canada
11/12/2008 [-] Lettuce considered possible culprit in Ontario E. coli outbreak
11/12/2008 [-] Charlottetown settles sewage plant dispute
11/12/2008 [-] Woman finds grenade in back yard; takes it to fire hall
11/12/2008 [-] Afghanistan plaque unveiled at St. John's war memorial
11/12/2008 [-] Man in custody after ladder used to try to enter forbidden home
11/12/2008 [-] Hunter charged as bullets hit bus
11/12/2008 [-] Power flowing again throughout Nain
11/12/2008 [-] Dog helps nab man in suspected drunk-driving case
11/12/2008 [-] Canada Remembrance Day
11/12/2008 [-] Hindu man pretended to be Sikh to seek refuge in Canada
11/12/2008 [-] Failed refugee claimant regrets lying about terrorist involvement
11/12/2008 [-] Vancouver mayor vows to disclose Olympic Village bailout at right time
11/12/2008 [-] Korea and Canada resume beef talks
11/12/2008 [-] Canada TVI Pacific in deal for RP copper
11/12/2008 [-] Ont. pesticide ban almost ready
11/12/2008 [-] Wal-Mart applies for bank status in Canada
11/12/2008 [-] Higgins nets 3 as Habs blank Sens
11/12/2008 [-] Toronto woman dies after being dragged under bus
11/12/2008 [-] Boyd helps Flames withstand Leafs
11/12/2008 [-] McKee improves to 7-0 at mixed curling nationals
11/12/2008 [-] Recession comes to Canada, 100,000 jobs to be...
11/12/2008 [-] Taiwan, Canada have smooth, high-level channels
11/12/2008 [-] Oilers beef up with Boulerice
11/12/2008 [-] Canada lawsuit over Kyoto dismissed
11/12/2008 [-] Late grandfather is mystery soldier, Edmonton-area man says
11/12/2008 [-] Competition ramps up on 'So You Think You Can Dance Canada' with Top 10
11/12/2008 [-] Hall Findlay won't run for Liberal leadership
11/12/2008 [-] Grenade sparks fire hall lockdown
11/12/2008 [-] CANADA OIL SANDS-PART 2 'Where I Come From Is Ground Zero'
11/12/2008 [-] Loonie rattled by steep slide in oil prices
11/12/2008 [-] Canada's 'country brand' No. 2
11/12/2008 [-] Recession comes to Canada, 100,000 jobs to be lost report
11/12/2008 [-] Layoff of home economists called bad move
11/12/2008 [-] Confirmed E. coli cases up again in North Bay, Ont.
11/12/2008 [-] Canada's Arctic claim 'promising' researcher
11/12/2008 [-] ichannel Explores Why HIV is on the Rise in Canada
11/12/2008 [-] Legions across Canada work to bolster membership
11/12/2008 [-] Nov. 11 Should Canada extend its mission to Afghanistan past 2011?
11/11/2008 [-] Elections Canada asks question 'How we doin'?'
11/11/2008 [-] Alaskan governor will consider presidential bid if God wills
11/11/2008 [-] Register User
11/11/2008 [-] Vice-President of Research at Imagine Canada to Address Economic Club
11/11/2008 [-] Whitehorse council to bid for 2012 Arctic Winter Games
11/11/2008 [-] Ontario judge won't budge from OPP discipline case
11/11/2008 [-] Johns Hopkins names Canadian as new president
11/11/2008 [-] Great Wolf Lodge in Canada wins award
11/11/2008 [-] Canadian soldier missing 60 years to be honoured in France
11/11/2008 [-] Canada honours war dead
11/11/2008 [-] Chinese-Canadians remember wartime dream of equality in Vancouver
11/11/2008 [-] Man in serious condition in hospital after shooting in Lower Sackville
11/11/2008 [-] Calgary eatery compromises on staff poppy protocol
11/11/2008 [-] Toronto high school in lockdown after teenager stabbed
11/11/2008 [-] Riders' Bishop placed on waivers
11/11/2008 [-] Brother of T.O. propane blast victim wants 'justice'
11/11/2008 [-] Offence clicking as Maple Leafs begin road swing
11/11/2008 [-] Nearby doctor tried to save teen's life in Boxing Day shooting
11/11/2008 [-] Jones warning over Canada match
11/11/2008 [-] Woman dragged under bus, killed at Steeles
11/11/2008 [-] Survey ranks Canada second most respected brand
11/11/2008 [-] Great War marked Canada
11/11/2008 [-] Oasis for Canada s Fallen Peacekeepers in Gaza
11/11/2008 [-] ACE still hunting for Air Canada buyer
11/11/2008 [-] Canadians pay tribute to war dead
11/11/2008 [-] Military closer to solving Edmonton medals mystery
11/11/2008 [-] Fighting teens arrested outside dance club
11/11/2008 [-] Canucks goalie is hot
11/11/2008 [-] Remembrance Day ceremony held under grey Ottawa skies
11/11/2008 [-] Bust for oil and other commodities to last through 2009 report
11/11/2008 [-] Student charged after scuffle at Citadel High School
11/11/2008 [-] Five Indians in Ontario boards and commissions
11/11/2008 [-] Mother told dead daughter she's sorry, court hears
11/11/2008 [-] Canada selling booby-prize lottery tickets
11/11/2008 [-] Ace says still pondering Air Canada options
11/11/2008 [-] Canada's tourism brand ranked 2nd in international survey
11/11/2008 [-] Nearby doctor tried to save teen's life in Boxing Day shooting
11/11/2008 [-] Toronto marks Remembrance Day
11/11/2008 [-] Top 10 films in Canada from Nov. 7-9
11/11/2008 [-] Falling resources pressure TSX at the open
11/11/2008 [-] Brazen sex attack in York Region
11/11/2008 [-] Canadian cornerstone
11/11/2008 [-] Possum Lodge comes to Pollack's
11/11/2008 [-] Cops seek to ID duo in Ottawa bank heist
11/11/2008 [-] Dog-gone blues
11/11/2008 [-] Pedestrian decapitated in accident report
11/11/2008 [-] Early ceremonies mark beginning of Remembrance Day across Canada
11/11/2008 [-] Owner fined, ordered to have dog put down
11/11/2008 [-] Winnipeg serial auto thief escapes at all costs
11/11/2008 [-] Troops, family members honour fallen in Kandahar
11/11/2008 [-] Grieving families seeking answers and closure by visiting Afghanistan
11/11/2008 [-] BharatMatrimony launches Matrimony magazine for NRIs in US,Canada
11/11/2008 [-] Cops douse human torch
11/11/2008 [-] Helping others
11/11/2008 [-] Teen's death hard to take
11/11/2008 [-] As seen on TV
11/11/2008 [-] South Asian Post of Canada gets investigative reporting award
11/11/2008 [-] Canada High Court delivers good news to patent owners
11/11/2008 [-] West End tenants say they face eviction because of legal 'loophole'
11/11/2008 [-] Roughriders place QB Bishop on waivers
11/11/2008 [-] Vancouver's goalie is red hot
11/11/2008 [-] Campbell pushes for changes in RRSP rules amid economic crisis
11/11/2008 [-] Canada not one to back away from war
11/11/2008 [-] Pierce powers Celtics past Raptors
11/11/2008 [-] Anderson, Larionov headline Hall of Fame
11/11/2008 [-] Anderson and Larionov headline 2008 Hall of Fame
11/11/2008 [-] Fire rips through the Prairie Forest Products plant in Neepawa, Man.
11/11/2008 [-] Deslauriers, Oilers deny Rangers in SO


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