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  1. Man Shot Inside TTC Subway Station
  2. Two More Dogs Zapped By Stray Voltage
  3. Will The Subway Be Back For The Afternoon Rush?
  4. Subway Has Been The Scene Of Terrible Violence Before
  5. What To Do If You Run Into Trouble On The TTC
  6. Gas Prices To Fall Almost 4 Cents Friday
  7. Grieving Mom Condemns One-Day Sentence For Daughter's Killer
  8. Cops Release Video Of Tuesday’s 'Ambush' Murder
  9. Mayor Issues Statement On Subway Shooting
  10. Former Citytv Reporter Peter Silverman Receives Order Of Ontario
  11. Reports Of Shots Fired At A Vehicle On Highway 401
  12. Police Looking For Silver SUV After Drive-By Shooting On Hwy 401
  13. CityNews Rewind: Murder On The 401
  14. Mild Will Turn To Wild As Deep Freeze And Extreme Cold Weather Alert Both Return
  15. Subway Shooting Suspect Still At Large, As Riders Voice Their Concern
  16. Dangerous Icicles: Send Us Your Photos
  17. Ex-Fiance Accused Of Using Woman’s Nut Allergy As Weapon To Harm Her
  18. Second Life Sentence For Man Convicted Of Killing Bar Owner
  19. One More Dog Shocked In City's West End
  20. Police Release New Video Of Subway Shooting Suspect
  21. 6/49 Jackpot Could Be Near Record This Weekend
  22. Bitter Cold, Blowing Winds, Arrive Just In Time For The Weekend
  23. McGuinty To Introduce Back To Work Legislation In York Strike
  24. Police Officer Shot In City's West End
  25. Chunks Of Concrete Fall From Gardiner
  26. GTA Hopefuls Buy Into Estimated $43 Million 6/49 Draw
  27. NDP To Delay Return To School For York Students
  28. Pfizer Attempts Cover-up In Celebrex & Bextra Class Action Lawsuits In Canada
  29. Second Suspect Arrested In Police Officer Shooting
  30. Extreme Cold Weather Alert In Effect Sunday
  31. Police Investigating Series Of Fires, Arson A Possibility
  32. York University Labour Disputes Resolution Act 2009: Full Text
  33. Is Your Home Arson Proof?
  34. More Details Leaked About Harper Budget
  35. Police Cruiser Crashes Into House
  36. York U Students Still Out Of Class As Politicians Debate Back-To-Work Legislation
  37. Another Cold Week – But There’s Some Warmth On The Way
  38. New And Exclusive: Streaming Weather Webcasts On
  39. Future Of Minority Conservative Government Still Unknown As Parliament Resumes
  40. Throne Speech Hints At Six-Point Economic Plan, Calls For Cooperation In Parliament
  41. Remarkably Clear Video Catches $20,000 iPhone Heist In Action
  42. Throne Speech: Bad Economy, Unemployment, And Federal Aid. Surprise! It’s 1932’s Parl
  43. Police Warn: 'Doda,' Poppy Plant Derivative, Is Both Addictive And Illegal
  44. Violent Wanted Criminal Could Be Hiding In Toronto Area
  45. Broken Watermain Leads To Ice Rink Near Keele And Bloor
  46. U. of T. Buys Old McLaughlin Planetarium Land From ROM For $22 Million
  47. Profiler Brought In To Try And Find Neighbourhood Arsonist
  48. $14 Million Lotto Winner Says Psychic Told Him He’d Win
  49. Shooting At Jane And Trethewey
  50. Flaherty To Release Budget, But Real Question Is Will It Be Allowed To Pass?
  51. And Then There Were Eight: Octuplets Born To Parents Expecting Seven Children
  52. Cops Announce Reward In Year-Old Murder Investigation
  53. Two NATO Troops Killed In Southern Afghanistan
  54. Messy Commute Awaits Drivers Wed. As 14-Hour-Long Snow Storm Blows In
  55. Serious Collision In York Region Reportedly Leaves One Person Dead
  56. Getting Off Doda: Why It’s Not Worth The High
  57. Two Cleared In Muskoka Crash That Killed Three, 14 Other Accused Appear In Court
  58. 'Infestations' Shut Down West-End Loblaws
  59. New Traditionalists: Lakeview Restaurant Reborn With A Handshake
  60. Striking York Staff Rally Against Back-To-Work Legislation At Queen’s Park
  61. Tories Deliver Fight-For-Their Survival Budget
  62. Waterloo Blaze That Killed Family May Have Been Murder-Suicide Plot
  63. HIV Positive Man Denies Knowingly Infecting Woman
  64. City And Province Have Mixed Feelings About Budget
  65. Will The Budget Satisfy The Liberals And Save The Tories?
  66. Will The Budget Actually Create Jobs?
  67. Oshawa Auto Workers React To Budget
  68. Budget Sets Aside Cash For Home Renos And Infrastructure
  69. Dozens Of Crashes Reported As Mother Nature Delivers Another Blast Of Winter
  70. Smoking Banned At Toronto Playgrounds
  71. It's All Up To Ignatieff, As Liberal Decision Could Make Or Break Conservative Govern
  72. Same GTA Storm Kills 19 In U.S. And Leaves Thousands Without Power
  73. School Bus Cancellations And School Closures For Wed. Jan. 28
  74. Airport Robberies Prompt New Warnings For Cdns. Heading To Mexico
  75. Man Sentenced To Four Years In Jail For Selling Non-Existent Leaf Tickets
  76. Why Do Some Areas Of T.O. Get Sidewalks Plowed While Others Don’t?
  77. Date Confirmed: Obama Coming To Canada Feb. 19th
  78. GTA Slogs Through 10-15 cm Snowstorm
  79. Now That The Budget's Out, Flaherty Hits The Road To Sell Canadians On It
  80. Cops Seek Boyfriend After Woman Stabbed To Death In Hamilton
  81. Striking York U. Union Decides Not To Fight Back To Work Legislation
  82. City Council Opts Out Of Vote On Wage Increase
  83. Is This The Worst Winter On Record?
  84. Travellers At PIA Stranded By Storm
  85. Cops Swarm Apartment Building After Man Allegedly Spotted Going Door-To-Door With Gun
  86. York University Students Set To Return To Class Monday
  87. The Winter Of Our Discontent: More Snow On The Way As GTA Nears New Record
  88. 'No God' Ads, Soon To Appear On TTC Vehicles, Spark Heated Debate
  89. Are You King Of The Hill In The GTA?
  90. Does Your First Name Influence Criminal Behaviour?
  91. Cdn. Retailer Giant Carpet Declares Bankruptcy, A Victim Of Economic Downturn
  92. CityNews Viewers Vocal About 'No God' Ads
  93. Blackout Hits Portion Of West End
  94. Police Reveal I.D. Of Osgoode Subway Shooting Suspect
  95. More Than A Dozen Workers Claim To Be $14 Million Lottery Winner’s 5 ‘Special Employe
  96. Loblaws Store Passes Inspection Following Vermin Infestation
  97. Routine Traffic Stop Leads Cops To Tens Of Thousands In Stolen Goods
  98. Suspect In Year Of The Gun Killing Not Guilty Of First Degree Murder
  99. Toronto Protestors Demand Canadian Intervention In Sri Lankan Civil War
  100. Police May Soon Be Patrolling TTC Stations
  101. Warm, Windy And White: Roller Coaster Wknd. Ahead Of Another Storm On Tues.
  102. Police Set Up Command Post In Arson Investigation
  103. $14 Million Lottery Winner Gives Promised 30-Grand To Coffee Servers
  104. King And Queen Of Snow Piles Revealed
  105. Toronto Riot Police Prepare For Sri Lankan Protest
  106. City Issues Extreme Cold Weather Alert
  107. Crime Stoppers Joins Fight Against Contraband Tobacco
  108. Teen Volunteer Cameraman Fired For Chatting With Don Cherry
  109. Men Sent To Jail For 18 Yrs. After Torturing Innocent Dad To Death
  110. Second $14.8 Million Lottery Winner Is 50, From T.O. – And Single
  111. Regent Park's New Face Will Be A Green One
  112. Police Warn Massive Sri Lankan Protest Could Disrupt Your Friday Rush Home
  113. T.O. Hydro Pulls Out Every Worker To Fix Stray Voltage After Five Children Shocked On
  114. 600/24/7: Toronto Hydro Has All Employees Working Around The Clock
  115. SRT Shut Down, Shuttle Buses In Effect
  116. First Weekend Of WinterCity Takes Over Toronto
  117. Canada Increasingly Hopeful Of U.S. Climbdown From Protectionism: Day
  118. Canadian Soldier Killed In Afghanistan
  119. Gunman At Large After Shooting In Etobicoke
  120. Doug Gilmour's Number 93 Raised To The Rafters
  121. 2009 Black History Month Takes On Special Meaning
  122. One In Hospital After West End Shooting
  123. Journey Home Begins For 108th Canadian Soldier Killed In Afghan Mission
  124. York University Students Back In Class Monday
  125. Over 30 Peanut Products Affected By Salmonella Recall
  126. Carbon Monoxide From Running Car Kills Markham Senior
  127. City Enjoys Spring-Like Weather
  128. Tamil-Canadians Continue Protest At Overnight Vigil
  129. Ignatieff Profiled In Complimentary New York Times Article
  130. Steelers Win Record Sixth Super Bowl
  131. Super Bowl Fever Hits T.O.
  132. Suspected Subway Shooter Turns Himself In To Police
  133. Shed Fire Believed To Be Work Of West End Arsonist
  134. How Did Groundhog Day Begin?/Groundhog List
  135. Will Wiarton Willie See His Shadow On Groundhog Day?
  136. Finally! GTA To Miss Next Big Winter Storm
  137. School In Session At York University
  138. Dupont Loblaws Reopens After Rodent Infestation
  139. Shots Fired At Westwood Mall
  140. Rats A Not-So-New Menace For GTA Store Owners
  141. Maple Leaf Foods Offers $27 Million Compensation To Settle Listeriosis Class Action L
  142. Lucky Woman’s Unusual Absence Saves Her Life As Car Smashes Into House
  143. Humber College Students Hold Confab With ISS Astronaut Using Equipment They Built The
  144. City Changes Mind On Spending $100,000 On Lifeguard Beach Chair Contest
  145. Did T.O. Hydro Wait Too Long To Tell Public About Stray Voltage?
  146. GO Train Headed To Georgetown Partially Derails
  147. Arson Suspect Due In Court, As Police Look Into Series Of West End Blazes
  148. Robber Uses Scooter As Getaway Vehicle After Stealing From TTC Booth
  149. Paint It Red: Toronto Hydro Identifies Now-Safe Metal Plates
  150. Final Journey For Latest Cdn. Soldier Lost In Afghanistan Prompts OPP Plea
  151. Federal Budget Expected To Pass Tuesday
  152. Victim Identified In City’s Latest Homicide
  153. Extreme Cold Weather Alert Issued As Snow Continues To Fall
  154. Premier To Unveil Plan To Create 50,000 New Jobs
  155. Queen Street East Shut Down After Three-Alarm Fire
  156. Final $14.8 Million Lottery Winner So Excited He Kissed The Clerk Who Checked His Tic
  157. Hypertension Improvements Saving Up To 5,000 Lives A Year
  158. Mom Beyond Grateful After Neighbour Catches Tot Pushed Out Of 2nd Floor Window In Fir
  159. Obama Anxious To Avoid U.S.-Canada Trade War
  160. Car Remains Lodged In Couple's Home After Smashing Through Front Window
  161. Man's Cat Saves Him From Parkdale Blaze
  162. High School Teachers' Union Refuses To Vote On Latest Offer
  163. Winter Weather Rollercoaster Continues, As Frigid Cold Will Give Way To Warm Weekend
  164. Mississauga Senior Dies After Being Struck By Car
  165. Double Stabbing Sends Two High Schools Into Lockdown
  166. Insider Lottery Wins Worse Than Previously Thought: Report
  167. Weather Transitions Creating Biggest Pothole Problem In Years
  168. Huge Crowds Mob St. Clair And Yonge In New Sri Lankan Protest
  169. Video Capturing Bar Murder Shown To Toronto Jury
  170. Community Rallies Around East End Fire Victims Who Lost All
  171. 6,000 Daycare Spots Could Vanish In T.O.
  172. Still Searching For Cause Of Fatal Fire
  173. From Blackouts To Flying Bullets, TTCupdates Creator Keeps Community Connected
  174. Firefighters Battle Marathon Blaze On Bitterly Cold Night
  175. Bundle Up. It's Going To Be Another Cold One
  176. O.P.P. Arrest 31 People After Biggest Child Porn Investigation Ever In Ontario
  177. Ontario Ombudsman Says OLG Still Needs More Security Measures
  178. Animal Euthanasia Agency Faces Charges
  179. Parkdale Man To Be Reunited With Lifesaving Cat
  180. Cops Seek Suspect In Series Of Break And Enters
  181. Car Finally Towed Out Of House After Monday’s Bizarre Crash
  182. Auditor General’s Delayed Report Shows How Gov’t. Is Wasting Your Money
  183. Cops In T.O. Schools Bringing Down Criminal Incidents
  184. 12-Yr.-Old Charged With Pulling Knife On Other Kids At School
  185. Final Day Of Bitter Temps. One Of The Coldest Yet But Record Warmth Coming For Wknd.
  186. Ajax Hockey Club Holds Memorial Game For Fallen Former Player Don Sanderson
  187. Police Probe Apartment Shooting
  188. High School Teachers Remain On Job As Deal Deadline Passes
  189. Record Warmth Could Come With Consequences For GTA
  190. OLG Bans Staff From Buying Tickets
  191. Police Hunt Man Suspected Of Sexually Assaulting Woman At Nightclub
  192. Recession Hits Home As 129,000 Workers Lose Their Jobs In January
  193. Armed Bandits Escape With $3-4 Million After Armoured Car Robbery
  194. Two Canadian Soldiers Wounded In Roadside Bomb Attack
  195. Student Who Allegedly Brought Weapons To Class Out On Bail
  196. Date Rape Drug Dangers: How To Tell If You're A Victim
  197. Brampton Faces Gloom As Chrysler Plant Idled For Weeks
  198. Warm Weekend Weather To Continue
  199. Bathurst Street Partially Closed For Bridge Repair
  200. Prime Minister Travels To T.O.
  201. McGuinty Brings Green Act To Liberal Party
  202. Man Wanted In Nightclub Sex Assault Turns Himself In
  203. Uncertainty Over Whether Africentric School Will Go Ahead
  204. City Owes $1 Million For Clean-Up Of Sunrise Propane Blast
  205. Weather Seesaw Continues With Temperatures Hovering Near Zero Sunday
  206. Accused Pleads Not Guilty To Sex Assault
  207. Pedestrian Run Down In Barrie, Police Investigating
  208. Sunrise Propane Blast, Six Months Later
  209. Gov't Pays Millions To Staff No Longer On Payroll
  210. Police Trying To Figure Out Why Van Inhabitants Fled After It Crashed
  211. Freezing Rain Could Complicate Tues. Commute In Advance Of Another Record High
  212. Parents And Tots Rock At The Little Sweetheart Ball
  213. Property Tax Hike On The Table For Tuesday’s Budget
  214. Gun Found In Scarborough School
  215. Legal Firms Launch $500 Million Class Action Lawsuit Against Ticketmaster
  216. Five-Foot Pothole Ruins Woman's Day, And Car
  217. Pothole Problems Worsen Around City As 'Rutting Season' Begins Early
  218. Man Charged With Going 205 Km/h On Gardiner Expressway
  219. Residents Complain Homes Still Uninhabitable 6 Months After Propane Explosion
  220. Mild Weather Leads To Big Meltdown And Flooded Basements
  221. Homeowners Likely To See 4 Percent Property Tax Increase On City Budget Day
  222. GTA In Store For Winter Warmup, Though Freezing Rain Creates Problems In Some Areas
  223. Police Prepare To Release Video Of Man Killed At 2006 World Cup Party
  224. Student Stabbed At Emery C.I.
  225. Cost Of Propane Safety Review Sparks Controversy On Six-Month Anniversary Of Sunrise
  226. Councillors And Taxpayers Divided Over Property Tax Hike
  227. Police Hunting For Hit And Run Suspects After Woman Suffers Major Injuries
  228. Collision Between Car And Garbage Truck Creates Mess On Hwy. 400
  229. Ont. Offers Elementary Teachers New Deal In Advance Of Possible Strike Deadline
  230. Increased User Fees Could Soon Hit Many City Services
  231. Melting Snow Reveals Piles Of Hidden Trash
  232. Police Investigate The City's Seventh Homicide Of The Year
  233. Police Looking For Three Suspects After Man Shot Dead In Apartment
  234. Police Announce Reward In Murder Of Millionaire Philanthropist
  235. Teachers' Union Outraged Over Latest Offer From Province
  236. Record Breaking Weather Continues
  237. McGuinty To T.O. And Cities On Tax Hikes: Don’t Look To The Province For Help
  238. Opposition Leaders Make Plea To Bring Omar Khadr Home
  239. Sex And The City's Chris Noth Part Of Star-Studded Lineup For One Night Live
  240. Cheap Date: Valentine’s Day In A Crumbling Economy
  241. Mississauga Facing Own Tax Hike
  242. Cops Lay Charges In Bizarre Hit And Run
  243. Heavy Rains Cause Flooding From One End Of The City To The Other
  244. From Wet To Windy, GTA Braces For Next Weather Battle
  245. Water Main Break Sends Waves Of Water Gushing Down Into Union Station
  246. Good Chance Elementary Teachers’ Strike Will Be Averted
  247. Police Conduct Massive Raid On Montreal Bikers
  248. Woman's Disappearance Baffles Police, Family
  249. Power Slowly Returns, After Hydro Failure Strikes Financial Towers In Downtown Core
  250. Subway Bypassing Wilson Station After Bus Stabbing