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  1. Last Ont. Winner In Second Biggest Lottery Jackpot In Cdn. History Finally Comes Forw
  2. Cops Arrest Two Teens After Horrendous Case Of Alleged Assault Surfaces
  3. Second Man Wanted In TTC Bus Shooting Surrenders To Police
  4. Court Hears Tape Of Interrogation In Rengel Murder Trial
  5. Chain-Reaction Crash Sends Four To Hospital
  6. 2 Canadians Sentenced In Montana For Drug Smuggling
  7. Arrest Made Across Town Following Stabbing Incident
  8. Man Charged In City’s Seventh Murder, Second Suspect Sought
  9. Speed A Factor In Fatal Crash On Allen Road
  10. Andrea Horwath Wins Ontario NDP Leadership Race
  11. Driver Clings To Life After Car Slams Into TTC Bus
  12. Bullets Fly In Metro Vancouver For 5th Straight Day
  13. CAW Reaches Tentative Labour Agreement With General Motors Canada
  14. Freezing Rain Heads For GTA Fringes While High Water Alert Remains In Effect
  15. Canadian Soldier Killed, Four Wounded In Roadside Bomb Attack North Of Kandahar
  16. Police Hunt Suspects After Possible East-End Shootout
  17. Southern Canadians More Active Than Northerners: Study
  18. Some Companies Still Hiring Despite The Recession
  19. Fundraiser Held For Toronto Woman Missing Since November
  20. Officer Injured During High-Risk Takedown In Northwest End
  21. GO Transit Riders Facing Likely Fare Hike
  22. Windy, Rainy Start To The Week, As High Water Safety Bulletin Remains In Effect
  23. Victim Identified In 1967 OPP Murder Investigation
  24. Man Struck And Killed By Train While Walking Dogs
  25. Arrests Made In Nearly Year Old Caledon Murder
  26. Canadian Troop Maimed By Roadside Bomb Still Believes In Himself And Afghanistan Miss
  27. "Designated Driver" Hears Sentence For Deadly Impaired Accident
  28. Court Hears Online Chats Between Accused Killers At Rengel Trial
  29. Man Reportedly Shot In Taxi
  30. From A Wedding To A Funeral: Family Prepares To Bury Canadian Soldier
  31. PM Headed To Car Country To Deliver Optimistic Economic Message
  32. Wet, Windy And Wild: GTA Rides Another Weather Roller Coaster Over Next 48 Hours
  33. GM Auto Workers To Begin Voting On New Contract
  34. PCs Expected To Name Interim Leader, Following John Tory's Departure
  35. Africentric Alternative School Exceeds Enrolment Targets, Will Open In September
  36. Toronto Tibetans Protest At Chinese Consulate On 50th Anniversary Of National Uprisin
  37. Hunt For Missing 4-Yr.-Old Boy Ends Happily In Scarborough
  38. Injured Soldier Laments Lost Friend But Afghan Cause ‘Worth It’
  39. Touching Homecoming For St. Catharines Soldier Killed In Afghanistan
  40. Cops Nab Alleged Meat Cleaver Bandits
  41. Bullet Narrowly Misses Woman Sitting At Her Kitchen Table
  42. Teen Witness Says Accused Killer Told Him About Rengel Murder
  43. Cops Seek Two Persons Of Interest In City's 10th Homicide
  44. Cabbie Recalls Brush With Death Following Shooting
  45. Paper Cup Debate Rages On At City Hall
  46. Woman Struck And Killed By Garbage Truck
  47. Wind Warning And Sudden Temperature Plunge Highlight Day Of Big Weather Change In GTA
  48. Wondering What To Do With The Kids On March Break? Look No Further
  49. Door to door fire alarm inspections in the West end
  50. Harmonized Tax Would Hurt First Time Home Buyers: Report
  51. Ontario Passes Law That Allows For An “I’m Sorry” Without Fear Of Being Sued
  52. Rengel Murder Trial: Cabbie Says Accused Teen Killer Was Acting Normally
  53. Man Survives Hazardous Plunge Over Niagara Falls
  54. CityNews Exclusive: Dozens Of Cattle Found Dead In Possible Case Of Neglect
  55. Toronto District School Board Agrees To Start School Year After Labour Day
  56. CAW Members Vote 87 Per Cent In Favour Of Cost-Cutting Deal With GM
  57. Five Aid Workers Including Canadian Kidnapped In Darfur
  58. Chrysler Threatens To Shut Canadian Plants If Major Concessions Aren't Made
  59. Latest Canadian Soldier Killed In Afghanistan Returns Thursday
  60. GTA Weather To Turn Warmer For The Weekend
  61. TDSB Slashes Teaching Staff During Forced Budget Cuts
  62. Mother Convicted On Disgraced Pathologist’s Testimony Asks For Bail
  63. Terrorist Khawaja Sentenced To 10 1/2 Years
  64. Oil Rig Helicopter Ditches In Atlantic With 18 On Board
  65. The Suspicious Cases Of Dr. Charles Smith
  66. Tow Truck Operators Hailed As Heroes After Bizarre Police Chase In Durham
  67. Demonstrators Set Up Blockade At Pickering Nuclear Plant
  68. Police Release Suspect Photos After Van Stolen With Dog Inside
  69. Former Local Anchor John Roberts Honoured In Toronto
  70. Busy Day Expected At Pearson, As Travellers Take Off For March Break
  71. Ford, Chrysler Can’t Accept Terms Of CAW Deal With GM
  72. Above Normal Temps. And Sunshine Give GTA A Real March Break/Resort Forecasts
  73. Canada Loses 82,600 Jobs As Unemployment Rate Jumps 0.5 Per Cent
  74. Friday The 13th And Other Superstitions
  75. 24-Hour Mark Passes As Search Continues For 16 Missing After Chopper Crash
  76. Accused Killer Will Not Testify In Rengel Case
  77. St Patrick’s Day Parade Will Tie Up Major Streets Downtown Sunday
  78. Cops Issue Community Alert About Suspicious Man Approaching Young Girls
  79. All Hostages, Including Canadian Nurse, Freed In Darfur
  80. GO Transit Approves 25-Cent Fare Increase That Starts Saturday
  81. Man Badly Burned As Hazmat Team Called In At Fire Scene
  82. Latest Homicide Victimed I.D.'d As Scrapyard Owner
  83. Convicted Killer In OPP’s Oldest Cold Case Dies Suddenly In His Cell
  84. Two In Hospital As Police Investigate Shooting At Guvernment
  85. Aid Workers Finally Released: Peacekeepers
  86. March Break Begins With Warm Weather, Sunny Skies
  87. Fallen Soldier Laid To Rest Saturday
  88. City’s Latest Murder Victim Was A Husband And Father
  89. Mom, Child Fall Through Thin Ice As Father Watches In Horror
  90. OPP Officer Charged With Attempted Murder
  91. Gord Martineau Recruits Teachers For Operation Herbie
  92. Last Weekend Of Winter Feels More Like Spring
  93. Victim Identified In Mississauga Stabbing
  94. Tamil Protest Set For Monday In Downtown Core
  95. Major Tamil Protest To Take Place In Downtown Core
  96. Dad Accused Of Keeping Daughter Captive 24 Yrs. In Austria Admits Rape & Incest - But
  97. City Proposes 1,300 New Hires, Raising Concern From Several Councillors
  98. Closing Arguments Monday In Rengel Trial
  99. Woman Found Brutally Murdered In Brampton
  100. Cops Seeks Clues In Baffling Metal Shop Murder
  101. Man Arrested For Subway Assault May Be Tied To At Least 3 Other Victims
  102. Some Cities Do Better Than Others When It Comes To Recycling
  103. Visitation Held For Latest Canadian Killed In Afghanistan
  104. Father Recalls Helplessly Watching Wife And Daughter Drown In Muskoka Lake
  105. Jury Deliberation Set To Begin In Rengel Murder Trial
  106. Brampton Man Charged In His Mother's Murder
  107. Incredible Run Of Great Weather Continues For March Break
  108. Fallen Soldier Laid To Rest Tuesday
  109. St Patrick's Day Events In Toronto
  110. Canadian Tourists Among The Dead In Mexico Bus Crash
  111. Street Food Pilot Program Launched Tuesday
  112. Man Shot In Stomach Near Don Mills And Eglinton
  113. CAW Says It Won't Give Chrysler More Than It Gave GM
  114. Mark Dailey Celebrates 30 Years At CityNews
  115. Wasaga Beach Man Wants His $42.9 Million Slot Machine 'Winnings', But OLG Says No Dic
  116. Family That Lost Two Loved Ones In Mexican Crash Staying Strong For Injured Man
  117. Harper In Toronto For Youth Business Foundation
  118. Spending Spree At City Hall
  119. Woman Desperate For Liver Finds Donor In Nick Of Time
  120. Judge Gives Final Instructions To Jury In Rengel Murder Trial
  121. Criminal Probe Launched After Sewing Needles Found In Packaged Deli Meats
  122. Man Reportedly Loses Both Legs In Industrial Accident
  123. One Canadian Dead, Two Injured In Argentina Bus Crash
  124. Police Searching For Numerous Suspects After Series Of Violent Swarmings In Annex Are
  125. Cops Make Arrest In Metal Shop Owner’s Murder
  126. Transformer Fire In Apartment Building Forces Dozens From Their Homes
  127. Tattoo Parlour, Peel Region Sued Over Possible HIV, Hepatitis Exposure
  128. Teen Has Wheels Seized After He's Allegedly Clocked At 194km/h
  129. Spring A Tough Time For Food Bank
  130. 3-Alarm Fire Sparks Evacuation Of Apartment Building
  131. Jury Deliberations In Rengel Trial Enter Second Day
  132. Driver In Critical Condition And Intersection Closed After Mississauga Collision
  133. Cdn. With 33 Rattlesnakes Allegedly Hidden In Car Among 25 Arrested In Smuggling Prob
  134. New Products Added To Warning After Sewing Needles Found In Packaged Deli Meats
  135. Flag Flap: Ontario Gov't Strikes Deal To Have Provincial Flag Made In China
  136. Residents Waiting To Return Home Following Fires At Two Separate Apartment Buildings
  137. Going To Extremes: The Bizarre Winter Of 2008-2009
  138. Spring Finally Arrives But It Won’t Feel That Way Until The Weekend
  139. Rengel Jury Deliberates For A Third Day
  140. Guelph Man Claims $4.5 Million Lottery Prize With Special Goal In Mind
  141. New Video Surfaces Of Kidnapped Canadian Journalist
  142. Camel Ride Takes A Frightening Turn For Two Children
  143. Canadian A Hero After Foiling British School Bombing Plot
  144. O.P.P. Uniforms Being Made Overseas, Angering MPPs
  145. Four Canadian Soldiers Killed In Two Separate Bombings In Afghanistan
  146. Teen In Critical Condition After Serious Two-Car Collision
  147. First Weekend Of Spring Sunny And Cool
  148. Apartment Residents Forced Out After Fire Allowed Back – But Only To Get Belongings
  149. Deadly Operation Meant To Keep Taliban At Bay Before Election: General
  150. Teen Struck And Killed By GO Train
  151. Mother And Daughter Laid To Rest After ATV Plunge On Lake Rosseau
  152. CityNews Exclusive: Brampton Religious Leader Targeted In Possible Hate Crime
  153. Elderly Pedestrian Hit In City's Northwest End
  154. Harper Wants Gun Registry Scrapped
  155. PM Tries To Enlist Ontario Gun Owners To Help Scrap Federal Gun Registry
  156. Paramedics On TTC Reduce Train Delays
  157. Teen Killed In GO Train Crash Identified
  158. Police Identify Teen Killed In GO Train Crash
  159. March Break Ends With Sunshine, Homework
  160. Bodies Of Four Canadian Soldiers Return Home Monday
  161. Suncor And Petro-Canada Merge To Create Company Worth $43.3B
  162. Winter-Like Temps. Hang Around But Things Get Better Later In The Week
  163. Banks Reach Out At Ottawa's Urging
  164. City Will Pay You To Pretend To Be Homeless
  165. Incredible Response To Mark Dailey’s 30th Anniversary At Citytv
  166. Government Goods Up For Auction Online
  167. British MP Barred From Entering Canada
  168. Canadians Outraged After Fox News Panel Makes Light Of Afghan Mission
  169. Fast & Furious: Viewers Declare War Over U.S. News Outlet’s Comments On Cdn. Military
  170. Closing Arguments Begin In Trial Of HIV Positive Man Charged With Murders Of Sexual P
  171. More Paramedics On The TTC
  172. CAW Calls On Province To Protect Worker Severance
  173. Barrie Family Seeks Rottweiler Owner After 11-Year-Old Boy Attacked And Bitten
  174. Big Crowds Line Up As Bodies Of Four Canadians Killed In Afghanistan Come Home
  175. Ontario Hopes $27.5 Billion Investment In Schools, Roads & Transit Will Create 300,00
  176. City Plans Pay Freeze For Non-Union Employees
  177. Dogs Poisoned At Port Perry Park
  178. Spring Cleaning The City: Where Are The Dirtiest Spots?
  179. Sentencing Hearing Begins For Teen Convicted In Rengel Murder
  180. Americans Rush To Canada's Defence Amid Fox News Fury
  181. Fire Marshal Investigating Suspicious Blaze At Apartment Building
  182. Woman Keeps Wits About Her To Escape Carjacker In Milton
  183. Ontario Readies Legislation Against Ticketmaster’s Sales Policies
  184. New Diamonds From Ontario Mine Sparkle At Queen’s Park
  185. OPP Make Third Arrest In Year-Old Caledon Murder
  186. Four People Pulled From Fire In Northwest End Reportedly Without Vital Signs
  187. Prices Could Go Up As Ontario Mulls Harmonized GST And PST
  188. Court Rules RCMP Behaved Properly In Toronto Terror Mole Case
  189. Husband Sues Wife, Nightclub And Feds For $33 Million After He Gets AIDS
  190. Family Visits Wrong Gravesite For 24 Years Following Cemetery Mix-Up
  191. Police Treating Blaze That Killed Woman And Four-Year-Old As Crime Scene
  192. PC Staffer Dismissed After Alleged Attempt To Hack Liberal Website
  193. Livent Co-Founders To Learn Their Fate
  194. Provincial Budget To Be Unveiled Thursday
  195. Frank Ferragine Welcomes New Addition To BT Family
  196. CBC To Slash 800 Jobs In Bid To Balance Budget
  197. Data Recorder In Buffalo Crash Shows Plane Had No Mechanical Problems
  198. Hit And Run Victim Pleads For Driver To Come Forward
  199. Pedestrian Struck And Killed Downtown
  200. US War Resister Allowed To Stay In Canada
  201. Budget Day In Ontario Could Be Expensive For Your Family
  202. Female War Resister Gets 11th-Hour Stay From Deportation To U.S.
  203. Queens Quay To Get Facelift
  204. Homes Under Water, Evacuations Ordered In Manitoba As Red River Rises
  205. Road Rage: Your GTA Driving Complaints
  206. Police Arrest More Than 50 In Child-Sex Probe
  207. “Grim Budget” For Ontarians: Economist
  208. Cops Search For Culprit After Puppy Found In Plastic Wrapped Box In Dumpster
  209. Top Member Of Hells Angels Gets Nine-Year Sentence In Drug Case
  210. GST And PST To Become HST As Ontario Budget Ups Your Taxes
  211. Tax Cuts Will Put More Money In Your Pocket
  212. Combined Sales Tax Could Cost Homebuyers Thousands
  213. How Will The Budget Affect Your Family?
  214. Arrest Made In Bizarre Meat Tampering Incident
  215. One Dog Dies, Another Left Ill After Apparently Ingesting Substance In Whitby Park
  216. Missing Peacock Has Hotel Staff Worried
  217. What The 2009 Budget Means For McGuinty's Liberals
  218. ‘How Could They Do It?’ Animal Control Officers Still Reeling After Puppy Found In Du
  219. Toronto Plans “Dim” Bash At Nathan Phillips Square For Saturday’s “Earth Hour”
  220. Homeless In Vancouver Olympic Security Zones Will Be Removed: Police
  221. Harper Reaffirms Conservative Support For State Of Israel At Jewish Centre Opening
  222. Cops Seek Prolific Robber Believed To Be In Toronto
  223. Body Found Inside Car In Near Mississauga Office Building
  224. Suspect In Sewing Needle Meat Tampering Case Was Former Maple Leaf Foods Worker
  225. Construction Season Kicks Off With Pothole Pandemonium
  226. Reward Offered In Port Perry Dog Poisonings
  227. MPPs Flags Must Be Made In Canada, Not China
  228. Teacher Charged With Historic Sex Assaults 26 Years Later
  229. Justice Finally Arrives For "Neighbour From Hell"
  230. Drenched Entrenched: Super Saturday Will Be Followed By A Soggy Sunday
  231. Class Action Lawsuit Launched For Kingston Rd. Tenants Blown Out By Explosion
  232. Family Shattered After Pet Dog Dies Following Poisoning
  233. Arrests Made In Restaurateur's Murder
  234. Funeral Held For Boy, 6, Made Honorary Member Of Canadian Forces
  235. Tenants Join Class Action Lawsuit After Explosion Leaves Them Homeless
  236. Crowds Line Highway Of Heroes As Fallen Soldier Heads Home
  237. Rainy Sunday Foreshadows Damp Week Ahead
  238. Toronto Rally, Legal Action Planned For Banned Brit MP
  239. Fantino Abused Power, Court Documents Allege
  240. Toronto Residents Fight To Save Coyote That Killed Small Dog
  241. Canadian Researchers Uncover Vast Computer Spying Operation
  242. Rogers Centre, Nearby Hotel Evacuated Because Of Motocross Fumes
  243. Man Dead In Mississauga House Fire
  244. Toronto's Greek Community Celebrates Independence
  245. Canadian Auto Workers Nervously Await Obama's Plan To Save Car Companies
  246. Mulroney-Schreiber Probe To Go Public
  247. Mom Accused Of Murder In Court Monday
  248. Mother Killed In Hamilton Collision Involving Police
  249. March Ending With Near Record Low Snow Totals
  250. Driver Wins Hard Fought Battle To Keep Personalized Licence Plate