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  1. Another Dog Shocked As Toronto Hydro Hurries Sidewalk Checks
  2. Toronto Police Lay Rare Bigamy Charge
  3. Homeowners Cope With Flooded Basements After Relentless Rain
  4. Plane Crashes Into House In Buffalo, N.Y. Suburb
  5. Hundreds Twitter For A Good Cause As T.O. Takes Part In International 'Twestival'
  6. Bras For A Cause: A Story Of ‘Sisters’
  7. Do You Suffer From Paraskevidekatriaphobia On Friday The 13th?
  8. What’s Open And Closed On Family Day?
  9. Senior Robbed, Sexually Assaulted After Accepting Ride From Stranger
  10. Canadians May Get Chance To See Barack Obama During Ottawa Visit After All
  11. Cops Warn Of Possible Imposter After Theft Of Police Gear
  12. City Scraps Plans To Install More Red Light Cameras
  13. Stranger Allegedly Pushes 2 Teens Onto Tracks At Dufferin Subway Station
  14. Canadian Plane Crash Victim Remembered As Loving Dad And Hard Worker
  15. Man Shot At Yonge And Gloucester And One Stabbed At Mall As Part Of Violent Day In T.
  16. Oh Five! Toronto's Bright And Beautiful Celebrate A Half Decade Of Loving The Drake
  17. Familiar Face To CityNews Viewers Gives Compelling Reasons To Give Blood
  18. Suspect Identified In Subway Assault
  19. Ignatieff Has Friends In High Places In Obama's White House
  20. Some TTC Subway Stations To Close Early Starting Sunday Feb 15
  21. Hurricane Hazel Celebrates Her Birthday, Valentine’s Day, And New Health Centre
  22. Valentine's Day: A Time For Flowers, Chocolates And...Tequila?
  23. Residents Evacuated In Massive Flooding Near Hamilton
  24. Abused Pup On The Road To Recovery
  25. Who’s Working, Who’s Not, And The Weather On Family Day
  26. CRTC To Review Hands-off Approach To Unregulated Internet, Cellphone Content
  27. TTC Talks Barriers In Wake Of Subway Pushing
  28. Victim Of Random Violence Celebrated At Tribute Concert
  29. Man Reunited With Stolen Dog
  30. What Are You Doing For Family Day?
  31. Homeowner Frustrated With Potholes
  32. Teen Says He Thought Friends Were Dead After Subway Shoving
  33. Ontario Legislature Back In Session Tuesday
  34. Watermain Break Shuts Down Lake Shore Blvd W
  35. Tamil Protest Stops Traffic In Downtown Core
  36. Images Released Of Suspects In City's Seventh Homicide
  37. Rare Toronto-Made Jewel Could Benefit Children In Need
  38. Fire Breaks Out At Two Brampton Construction Sites
  39. Ontario Watching Washington As Obama Gives Boost To GM, Chrysler
  40. TTC Subway Stations Closing Early For The Next Two Years
  41. Tricky Commute Wednesday Will Start With Snow And End With Heavy Rain
  42. Suspects Arrested Day After Peel’s Second Murder Of 2009
  43. Ontario Legislature Resumes Tuesday
  44. Harper, McGuinty Announce Plans To Revamp GO Transit
  45. Special Delivery: Baby Born In Hallway
  46. Good Samaritan Struck By Hit And Run Car While Tending To Accident Victim
  47. Subway Shoving Suspect Back In Court Friday As Footage Of Takedown Surfaces
  48. CAW Grim But Determined To Hang Onto As Many Jobs As Possible In Canada
  49. Abused Dog Thriving After Rescue
  50. Man Killed After Being Hit By Brampton Transit Bus
  51. GM, Chrysler Call For Deep Cuts To Avoid Bankruptcy, As Cdn Automakers Prepare Own Pl
  52. GTA In Store For Mixed Bag Of Weather, With Snow, Rain And Winds On The Horizon
  53. City Council Debating TTC Fare Hike
  54. $39 Million Lottery Jackpot Up For Grabs One Of The Top Ten Highest Amounts Ever Offe
  55. Al-Qaida Claims Responsibility For Kidnapping Two Canadian Diplomats
  56. York Police And OSPCA Bust Alleged Cock Fighting Ring
  57. Celebrity Fever That Surrounds Obama’s Visit Has Only Happened With One Other U.S. Pr
  58. Obama Visit Designed To Remain Harper's Show
  59. Cops Issue More Detailed Description Of ‘Good Samaritan’ Hit And Run Car
  60. Security Tight As Ottawa Prepares For Obama Mania
  61. Man Loses Van To Thief - With Beloved Dog Inside
  62. Hwy 400 Closed North Of Hwy 88 For Serious Crash
  63. No 6/49 Winner Means Saturday’s Jackpot The Second Highest In History
  64. Return Of Bitter Wind Chills Follows Day Long Storm
  65. Obama Comes To Ottawa
  66. Historic Meeting: 1st Black President Meets 1st Black Governor General
  67. Economy, Environment And Afghanistan: Obama And Harper Emerge After Meeting In Ottawa
  68. Cujo The Dog Meets Cujo The Man As Abused Pup Steals Hearts Of City
  69. Man Accused Of Extremely Violent Attacks At Large In The GTA
  70. Family Fears Foul Play After 36-Yr.-Old Restaurateur Disappears
  71. Canadian Auto Workers To Find Out GM, Chrysler Plans North Of The Border
  72. One Year Anniversary Of 6-Alarm Fire That ‘Punched A Hole In Heart Of Queen St.’
  73. Toronto's Dirtiest Bathrooms: We Want To Hear From You
  74. $48 Million 649 Lottery Jackpot Attracting Big Lineups
  75. Hwy. 400 Open After Series Of Collisions Temporarily Shuts Down Roadway In White-Outs
  76. Low Gas Prices, Recession Drives Prices Lower In Canada
  77. Cop Probe Two Shootings At Same Address 15 Hours Apart
  78. 9 City Employees Accused Of Fraud In Alleged Benefits Scam
  79. Brampton Contemplates Losing Chrysler Plant
  80. Peel Police: Two 2008 Murders Have Links To Mysterious Incident In Jamaica
  81. G.M. And Chrysler Won't Close Plants In Canada Under Restructuring Plans
  82. GTA Readies For 5-10 Centimetres Of Snow This Weekend
  83. Oshawa Mayor Remains Hopeful For The Future
  84. Subway Pusher Heard Voices, Court Told
  85. Snow In Store For Saturday
  86. Good Samaritan Hit And Run Investigation Reveals Wanted Driver Hit Two Victims
  87. Police Arrest Man Accused Of Extremely Violent Attacks
  88. $48 Million Jackpot - Second Biggest In Canadian History - Up For Grabs
  89. Man Dead In Pacific Mall Shooting
  90. Sundin 'Feels Like Coming Home' At ACC
  91. Frustrated Companies On The Hook For Bills From Phone Fraud
  92. Second Car Crashes Into Same Etobicoke Home
  93. Elderly Driver Dead After Head-On Crash In North York
  94. Four Winners In Saturday's Monster 6/49 Lottery Draw
  95. After Obama Visit, Harper Heads To U.S. To Talk Afghanistan
  96. Blaze Causes Extensive Damage To Mississauga Townhouse Complex
  97. Suspect At Large After Shooting In Northwest End
  98. Security Video Released In Pacific Mall Shooting
  99. Coyote Attacks And Kills Small Dog
  100. Dog Owners Take To The Beach To Protest Canine Crackdown
  101. Mystery Number Shows Up Again After $50 Million Lottery Jackpot Claimed
  102. Missing Man Found Dead In Vehicle
  103. Police I.D. Murder Victim From Sunday Night Slaying
  104. Switch From Auto To Green Jobs Won't Be Easy But Key To Economic Boost: McGuinty
  105. Extreme Cold Weather Alert In Effect As Latest Deep Freeze Grips GTA
  106. Man Shot Onboard TTC Bus
  107. One Driver Believed Behind Three Accidents On 401 Collectors
  108. Fears Grow After Coyote Kills Pet In Local Neighbourhood
  109. Nfld. Crab Fisherman Among First Winners Of $50 Million 6/49 Lottery Draw
  110. Victim In Alleged Sexual Assault Trial Of Former Argo Gives Dramatic Testimony
  111. Afghans Shout 'Death To Canadians' After Children Killed By Shell Blast
  112. Cameras May Help Catch Suspects In Bus Shooting - But Are They Enough?
  113. Police Retracing Final Hours Of Murdered Restaurateur's Life
  114. Coyote May Have To Be Shot After Two Attacks On Dogs, One Fatal
  115. TO175: New Media Artist Faisal Anwar Wants Your Toronto Stories For My City Project
  116. Maple Leaf Foods Announces Voluntary Hot Dog Recall In Wake Of Listeria Outbreak
  117. Former Accountant Second To Claim $12.5 Million Lottery Prize
  118. MPP Wants Zero Tolerance Law For Violence On TTC As Oakwood Bus Shooters Remain At La
  119. Ancient Book Of The Dead Comes To Life In Toronto
  120. Police Associations Defend Taser Use
  121. Cops Lay More Than A Hundred Charges In High End Credit Card Fraud Ring
  122. Coyote Ugly: Your Response To The Creature In Our Midst
  123. 16-Yr.-Old Girl Walking On Sidewalk Dies After Being Struck By Out Of Control SUV
  124. Toronto's Worst Public Washrooms Revealed
  125. Passengers Come To Rescue After Assault On TTC Streetcar
  126. Torontonians Urged To Brown Bag It On Thursday And Donate Lunch Money To Second Harve
  127. Police Discover Meth Lab In Van Near High Park
  128. Police Seek Witnesses In Crash That Killed 16-Year-Old Pedestrian
  129. Two People In Hospital After Serious Crash In Markham
  130. Ontario Plans To Reduce Child Poverty, But Doesn’t Give Targets Or Goals
  131. SARS Victims Battle Province In Court
  132. Domestic Dispute Leads To First Homicide In Oshawa
  133. City Council Goes Ahead With Dog Beach Ban – But With An Exception
  134. Maple Leaf Foods Completes Latest Meat Recall
  135. Former Argo Cleared In Rape Trial
  136. The Best And Worst Public Washrooms In Toronto: Why Are The TTC Stations So Bad?
  137. Hydro Outage Hits Part Of East York
  138. Legion Heirs: Toronto's New Music Scene Taking To The Lodge?
  139. Lack Of Witnesses Means Suspects In Execution-Style Murder May Walk Without Trial
  140. Man Perishes In Rexdale Townhouse Fire
  141. Warmth And Heavy Rain Before Another Deep Freeze As Weather Extremes Continue
  142. Crash Victims' Families Appeal To Hit And Run Driver To Surrender To Authorities
  143. Mulroney-Schreiber Probe Will Cost Taxpayers More Than $14 Million
  144. 25 Per Cent Tuition Hikes Predicted In New Report
  145. Abdikarim Shooting Suspects Go Free
  146. Conservatives Introduce Get Tough On Gangs Crime Bill
  147. Ajax Man Charged With Holding Woman Captive For Three Days
  148. What Would You Do Over Again If You Could?
  149. Bar Fight Killer Sentenced To 13 Years In Jail
  150. Funeral Details Revealed For Teen Killed In Chain Reaction Crash
  151. Gas Going Up Almost A Nickel On Friday
  152. Man Shot Dead Near York Civic Centre
  153. Service Resumes After Two Sections Of Different Subway Lines Shut Down Thursday Night
  154. From Wet To Winter: Temperatures To Plummet More Than 20 Degrees In Less Than 24 Hour
  155. EB Gardiner Ramp To Lake Shore Reopens After Dump Truck Crash
  156. Ontario Deficit Could Reach $18B Over Two Years, Expert Suggests
  157. Police Probing Report Of Fake Cops Pulling Over Tow Truck Driver
  158. TO175: Mayor Feels Toronto Will Be A Model To The World In Years To Come
  159. One Caught, One Sought In TTC Bus Shooting
  160. Canada Scrambled Jets During Obama Visit After Russian Incursion
  161. Parents Protest Cancellation Of Georgetown School Bus
  162. School Could Start Before Labour Day This Fall
  163. Police Probe City's Second Murder In Less Than A Week
  164. Traffic Accident May Be Tied To Stabbing In Ajax
  165. Man Shot In Leg At East Mall Apartment
  166. Canada And Mexico Have Had Issues In The Past
  167. Dispute Over Pet Licences Sparks City Hall Cat Fight
  168. School Before Labour Day: Your Response
  169. Citytv Earns Real Estate Excellence Award For Future Home
  170. One Dead, One Injured In Early Morning Shooting
  171. Funeral Saturday For Teen Killed In Car Crash
  172. February Finishes In A Blast Of Winter Cold
  173. Two Teens Succumb To Injuries After Ajax Crash
  174. Stouffville Man Killed In Snowmobile Accident
  175. Two Men Pulled From House Fire In West End
  176. In Like A Lion: Extreme Cold Weather Alert In Effect On First Day Of March
  177. Tougher Penalties For Animal Abusers
  178. Most Improved Schools Are In The Poorest Neighbourhoods: Study
  179. Toronto’s Longest-Serving Police Chief Dies
  180. Truck Driver Protest Planned For Monday
  181. Brazen Daylight Shooting Brings Police To East Mall
  182. Province Probes Sale Of Concert Tickets In Wake Of Lawsuits
  183. Man Walks Into ER After Being Shot In The Chest
  184. Suspects In Custody After Allegedly Ramming Police Cruiser
  185. Rigs To Descend On Ontario Legislature In Protest Of Mandatory Speed Limiters
  186. Arrests Made In 2007 Philanthropist Murder
  187. GTA Still In Deep Freeze But Misses Massive Storm Hammering U.S.
  188. Harper Says Western Forces Alone Can't Defeat Taliban
  189. Rolling Traffic Protests Have Tied Up GTA Roads Before
  190. City Fires 9 Workers Found Guilty Of Benefit Fraud
  191. TO175: Then And Now Photos Part 1
  192. Many Questions Remain As Youth Charged In Brawl And Fatal Car Incident Makes Court Ap
  193. Cops: Second Bus Shooting Suspect Believed Armed And Dangerous
  194. Busy Stretch Of TTC Temporarily Shut Down During Rush Hour
  195. Woman Hurt After 2-Alarm Fire Guts House
  196. Staring Down The Gun: Murder Target Recalls Terror
  197. TO175: Then And Now Photos Part 2
  198. Motorist Pulled Over For Allegedly Driving At 250 km/h
  199. Conrad Black Marks One Year Behind Bars
  200. Trial Begins For Teen Charged In 2008 Murder
  201. Trial Begins For Accused In Gruesome Beheading Aboard Bus
  202. Bitter Cold Could Be Replaced By Double Digit Warmth
  203. Bank Of Canada Takes New Grim View Of Economy, Slashes Rate To 0.5 Per Cent
  204. Super 7 Lottery Being Retired This Fall
  205. Ontario To Post $18 Billion Deficit Over Two Years: Duncan
  206. Metropass Holders Petition Against TTC Plan To Charge For Parking
  207. Plant Shutdown Leaves Hamilton Steeling For The Worse
  208. Gang Violence In Canada Linked To Mexico Drug Wars
  209. Feds, Maple Leaf Discussed Listeria Before Deadly Outbreak
  210. Toronto Woman Relieved After Stolen Accessible Van Found By Cops
  211. Three Soldiers Killed By Roadside Bomb In Afghanistan
  212. TO175: Historian Mike Filey On The Changing Face Of Toronto
  213. TO175 Timeline Part 1: What You Never Knew About Your City's Early Years
  214. List Of Banned Pesticides To Be Made Public Wednesday
  215. Man Accused In Bus Beheading Believed Victim Was A "Demon"
  216. Canadians Brutally Beaten While On Vacation In Barbados
  217. Eyewitness Describes Finding Slain Teen As Murder Trial Continues
  218. Slain Soldier Took Leave From Police Force To Fight In Afghanistan
  219. Outlook Grim As U.S. Steel Closes Hamilton And Nanticoke Plants
  220. CityNews Exclusive: "Lost" Tot Left Alone 5 Hours At City Run Daycare
  221. Chrysler Cuts Another 1,200 Jobs
  222. Woman Desperate For Liver Donor As Time Runs Out
  223. 22 Minutes Comedian Attempts To Mock McGuinty, Falls Flat
  224. Leafs Shuffle Antropov And Moore While Gerber Set To Replace Injured Toskala
  225. Alleged Police Pursuit Ends With Dramatic Arrest At Main And Danforth
  226. Caledon Named Safest Community In The Country
  227. GM Auditors Raise Doubts About Automaker's Viability In Annual Report
  228. Finally! A String Of Spring-like Days After Brutal Cold
  229. Phillion To Find Out Whether He'll Be Exonerated Of Murder
  230. TO 175 Timeline Part 2: Back To The Future: The 1900s Arrive
  231. Once Again, Toronto School Pools In Danger Of Closing
  232. By-Election Last Chance For John Tory
  233. Once Again, Security Video Captures Toronto Murder
  234. Canadian Accused Of Helping Tamil Tigers Ordered Extradited To The US
  235. Arrest Made In SUV Murder Case
  236. Accused Found Not Criminally Responsible For Beheading on Greyhound Bus
  237. CityNews Rewind: The Greyhound Bus Beheading
  238. Security Video A Double Edged Sword For Police And Lawyers
  239. Teen Skier Dies At Blue Mountain Resort
  240. Police Issue Alert After 2 Suspects Try To Abduct 14-Yr.-Old Girl
  241. Businesses Suffer Major Damage In Overnight Three-Alarm Fire
  242. Clocks Go Forward One Hour On Sunday
  243. The Real March Break – A Week Without Winter Begins In The GTA
  244. John Tory's Fate In Jeopardy After By-Election Defeat
  245. Thousands Expected As Fallen Soldiers Return Home
  246. TO175: Toronto Timeline Part 3: The City Comes Of Age
  247. Toronto Turns 175 In Style
  248. World’s Fastest Man To Race In Toronto This Summer
  249. John Tory Confirms He’s Stepping Down
  250. Cops Seek Bandit Who’s Hit 5 Different Banks