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  1. Canadian Automakers Given Marching Orders For Bailouts
  2. Jewish Group Hopes Judge Denies British MP Galloway's Bid To Enter Canada
  3. Junction Residents Rattled By Extreme Noise
  4. Beaches Coyote Will Not Be Euthanized, Relocated Instead
  5. Man Tries To Lure Same 12-Yr.-Old Girl Into His Car Twice In Two Days
  6. Creature Comforts: How To Stop Wildlife From Invading Your Property
  7. Cops Arrest Suspect Just Released From Jail In Foiled Carjacking
  8. Apartment Fire Claims Third Victim
  9. Man Freed After Being Trapped In Trench For Over 90 Minutes
  10. Man Grabs Onto Speeding Car After Woman Assaulted While Driving On Hwy. 400
  11. Controversy Surrounds City Councillors’ Use Of Pay Hikes
  12. The Kindness Of Strangers: Toronto's Global Medic Lands In Sri Lanka
  13. Police Searching For Missing 11-Year-Old Girl
  14. Looking For Work? Saskatchewan Is Hiring
  15. Port Credit Crash Leaves Driver Dead
  16. China Says U Of T Findings Wrong, It Does Not Spy On Tibet
  17. Metropass Users Prepare To Pay For Parking At TTC Lots
  18. Sunshine List Reveals Public Servants Making Over 100,000 Dollars
  19. Anti-Freeze Not The Cause Of Dog Poisonings In Port Perry Park
  20. Brian Mulroney Kicked Out Of Tory Party?
  21. Man Accused Of Trying To Lure Kids Into His Car With A Bible
  22. Crooks Getting Security Clearances For Airport Work: Auditor
  23. Halton Cops Investigating After Suspicious Substance Sends Oakville Dog To Vet
  24. Woman Rushed To Hospital After Random Attack At Museum Subway Stn.
  25. The Kindness Of Strangers: The Waters Of Life
  26. Toronto High School Teachers Vote For Strike Action
  27. City Council Passes The Budget – Giving You A 4% Tax Hike
  28. Several People Arrested During Huge Drug Best
  29. TTC Now Charging For Metropass Lots
  30. The Greatest April Fool's Joke In Toronto History
  31. Suspect Arrested In Attack At Museum Subway Station
  32. Watermain Break At Kipling Station Causing Transit Delays
  33. Rail Line To Toronto Airport Finally A Go
  34. Six-Month-Old Puppy Found Shivering Under Car
  35. Man Flown To Hospital After Suffering Multiple Gunshots In Pickering
  36. Queen To Visit Canada But No Word On Whether GTA Is On Itinerary
  37. New Transit Breakdown: What’s Coming Near You?
  38. Missing 11-Yr.-Old Girl Sparks Desperate New Search
  39. G-20 Leaders Get To Work On Economic Crisis In London Summit, But Where's Harper?
  40. Roller Coaster Forecast: GTA To Go From Sun To Drenching Rain To Dusting Of Snow
  41. Bombardier Cutting 3,000 Jobs, Hundreds Of Them In Toronto
  42. One Dead, Officer Slashed In Altercation At East-End Low Rise
  43. Police Destroy Guns That Were Exchanged For Cameras
  44. Teens Drinking And Smoking Less, Having Less Sex
  45. Chinatown Restaurants Face Health Infractions
  46. Why What You Drink May Put On More Pounds Than What You Eat
  47. Harper Praises Trillion-Dollar G-20 Agreement As Unprecedented
  48. Another Random Subway Attack Sees Man Pushed Onto Tracks
  49. Father Fights To Avoid "Autism Abyss" As Desperate Parents Gather At Queen's Park
  50. Toronto Nurse Accused Of Gun Running For Gangs
  51. Neighbours Describe Family Shattered By Apparent Domestic Incident As ‘Happy’ And ‘Fr
  52. Air Canada Needs To Slash Service To Survive, Airline Expert Asserts
  53. Banned British MP Plans To Sue Several Canadians For Defamation
  54. Power Outage Hits Large Area Of Scarborough
  55. Second Record Rainfall In Less Than A Week Possible As Day-Long Storm Moves Through G
  56. Fourth Man Arrested In 2007 Murder Of Philanthropist
  57. Charities, Including Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation, Seeing Fewer Donations
  58. Three Youths Charged After Cemetery Vandalized
  59. Bullets Fly Near Finch And Keele But There Are No Victims Or Suspects
  60. GO Announces $213 Million In Upgrades
  61. New Clearer Pictures Released Of Suspected Subway Shoving Suspect
  62. Toronto High School Evacuated After Major Threat
  63. Humane Society Seizes Five Dogs
  64. Beloved Toronto Street Performer Dying Of Cancer Holds Living Wake As Last Performanc
  65. Two Dead In Separate GTA Collisions
  66. Funeral Saturday For Third Apartment Fire Victim
  67. Snowfall In Barrie As Toronto Sees Windy Weekend
  68. Khadr's Lawyer Dismissed, Ottawa Investigating
  69. Suspended Liquor License Means Dry Jays, Argos Games
  70. Ontario Man Found Guilty Of Murder By Spreading HIV
  71. St. Clair Businesses Hit Hard By Right-Of-Way Construction
  72. TTC Contemplates Smoke Free Stops
  73. Busker Of The Beaches Attends His Own Wake
  74. Man Dead In Apartment Fire
  75. Birthday Vigil Held For Murdered Teen
  76. Subway Shoving Suspect Arrested
  77. Canadian Aid Worker Kidnapped In Darfur
  78. North Korea Launches Rocket, Canada Says Action 'Ill-Advised'
  79. Victim Identified In Fatal Crash
  80. Snow Expected For Start Of Work Week
  81. Husband Of Vaughan Mayor Under Fire For Alleged Misconduct
  82. Winter Takes A Final Swing At GTA
  83. Sentencing Begins For Youth Convicted In Creba Murder
  84. Evacuations Possible As Burnt River Flood Warning Continues
  85. Ruthless Robber Caught On Camera Pepper Spraying Pregnant Clerk
  86. Fed Up With Snow? Some Downtown Are Sick Of The Rain
  87. Charges To Be Laid Against Vaughan Mayor’s Husband
  88. Sad Farewell For Expectant Mom And Son Killed In Fire
  89. Liberal Plan To Reward Eco-Friendly Drivers With Green Plates Stuck In Red Tape
  90. GTA Residents Rally Around Italian Earthquake Victims
  91. The Waters Of Life: On The Road In Cambodia
  92. Parents Hope Their Dying Child's Healthy Heart Will Save Another Young Life
  93. Pilot Of Stolen Thunder Bay Plane Arrested Hours Later In U.S.
  94. Chilly April Day In Store, As Winter Sticks Around A Little Bit Longer
  95. Citytv Spring Food Drive Benefiting Daily Bread Happens All Day Wednesday
  96. New Suspect In Jane Creba Killing Arrested In England
  97. Senior Citizen Pulled Unconscious From House Fire
  98. Executive Committee To Vote On Wage Freeze For City Councillors
  99. Toppled Crane May Keep Lake Shore At Ellis Closed During The Rush Hour
  100. Heartbreaking Baby Transplant Focuses New Attention On Organ Donation Need
  101. Controversy Flares Over Gov’t. Site That Lists Avg. Family Income By School
  102. GTA's Italian Community Rallies To Help Quake Victims
  103. Infant Heart Transplant Delayed
  104. Citytv's Spring Food Drive Kicks Off
  105. Troubles Continue For Vaughan Mayor
  106. Fire Breaks Out At Highrise In East End
  107. Man Escapes Injury After Car Pinned Against Gardiner Guardrail
  108. Player Sues OLG For Billions After Losing It All On The Slots
  109. Creba Family Impact Statement
  110. Westbound 401 Express Reopened After Man Clipped By Truck
  111. More Than 61,000 Canadians Jobless In March
  112. Father Of Kaylee Wallace Expresses Frustration At Public, Hospital
  113. What's Open And Closed On The Easter Long Weekend?
  114. 19-Year-Old Accused In Rengel Murder Changes Plea To 'Guilty'
  115. OMB Folly Street Name Debate Rages
  116. Police Launch Major Search For Missing Girl
  117. Stefanie Rengel Case Statement Of Facts
  118. Cambodian Boy Coming To Toronto For Surgery
  119. Family Of Drunk Driving Victim Still Waiting For Justice
  120. New Owner Comes To The Aid Of Dog Found In Dumpster
  121. Worry Grows For Missing Woodstock Girl
  122. Procession In Toronto's Little Italy To Mark Good Friday
  123. Good Friday Marked Around The World
  124. Community Comes Together To Help Search For Missing Girl
  125. State Funeral Held For Victims Of Italy's Earthquake
  126. Girls Rescued After Getting Trapped In Quicksand-Like Mud
  127. Village Celebrates Cambodian Boy's Surgery
  128. Sunny And Cool Easter Weekend
  129. Memorial Saturday For Toddler Allegedly Killed By His Own Mother
  130. Vigil Planned As Search Continues For Missing Girl
  131. Same Car Stolen Twice
  132. Downtown Jeweller Bound And Gagged In Heist
  133. Mounties, Transport Canada Team Up To Boost Airport Security
  134. Police Search To Identify Woman Last Seen With Missing Girl
  135. Christians Worldwide Celebrate Easter
  136. Passport Canada Abruptly Cuts Online Service
  137. In Photos: 2009 Beaches Easter Parade
  138. Emergency Crews Investigate Suspicious Substance In Downtown Core
  139. Canadian Kidnapped In Sudan Says She's Alive And Well
  140. Crashes Back-Up Traffic On GTA Highways
  141. Parents At Centre Of Baby Heart Transplant Want To Put Ordeal Behind Them
  142. Keep The Sunglasses Close And Your Scarves Closer: Cool, Sunny Monday In Store
  143. Search Continues For Girl Missing For Five Days
  144. Body Found In York Region
  145. Canada Among Countries Issuing Travel Advisory For Thailand As Crisis Worsens
  146. Food Drive Continues As Renters Donate, Volunteers Sort
  147. Hate Messages Scrawled On Elementary School Wall In Pickering
  148. Herbie Fund To Help Crystal, Born With Malformed Bladder
  149. Parents Want No-Hit Hockey League For Kids
  150. Canadian Soldier Killed In Afghanistan
  151. Enhanced Video Released In Search For Missing Girl
  152. Trial Underway In 2006 Etobicoke Axe Murder
  153. Coyote Still Roaming East End Neighbourhood
  154. Mural Painted In Honour Of Katelynn Sampson
  155. GM Recalls 1.5 Million Vehicles Over Potential Engine Fire
  156. Toronto’s Pothole Problems Persisting At Record Rates
  157. Lengthy Police Chase Ends In Crash, Officer Slightly Injured
  158. Teen Stabbed At Sikh Temple
  159. Audio Slideshow - Golden Gloves Boxing
  160. Ontario Spring Seatbelt Campaign Focuses On Children
  161. Parents To Take Lie-Detector Tests In Daughter’s Disappearance: Report
  162. Lead Counsel Accuses Schreiber Of Lying Under Oath
  163. Body Of Trooper Karine Blais To Arrive Home Thursday
  164. Conquest Vacations Shutting Down Due To Recession
  165. Vaughan Mayor Cleared Of Allegations
  166. Honest Ed Mirvish Receives Street Sign In His Honour
  167. Trial In Lesbian Axe Murder Case Continues
  168. Toronto Couple Recalls Terror Of Being Trapped In Italian Earthquake Zone
  169. Air Canada Flight Makes Emergency Landing At Pearson
  170. GO Trains Delayed After Pedestrian Struck
  171. Body Of Trooper Karine Blais Returns To Canadian Soil
  172. Industry Minister Tony Clement Announces $145-Million Auto Sector Initiative
  173. Missing Girl's Parents Express Frustration That Case Not Being Considered Abduction B
  174. Travellers Left Stranded By Conquest Vacations Shutdown
  175. Parents, Students Hold 'Save School Pools' Rally At Nathan Phillips Square
  176. Shooting At Yorkdale Mall
  177. Police Issue Warning After Someone Cuts Brake Lines In High Park
  178. Man Stabbed Overnight Dies In Hospital
  179. Police Chief To Speak Publicly About Missing Woodstock Girl
  180. Military Apologizes For Way Soldier Returned Home
  181. Feds, Provinces Need To Better Co-ordinate Efforts On Food-Borne Outbreaks: Report
  182. Toronto Man Charged After Allegedly Trying To Export Nuclear Technology
  183. Torontonians Enjoy Lovely Spring Day
  184. Two Serious Incidents In Durham Region, Including Industrial Accident
  185. Former Hockey Coach Faces Child Exploitation Charges
  186. Serious Crash Shuts Down Westbound 401 At Rush Hour
  187. Former Police Inspector Comments On How Missing Girl Case Was Handled
  188. Parents Of Abandoned 'Baby Angelica' Both Free In Surprising End To Case
  189. 12-Year-Old GTA Gymnast Battles Bone Cancer With Community’s Help
  190. Woodstock Residents Warned Police Activity Will Increase
  191. Bar Brawl Sends Five People To Hospital With Knife, Gunshot Wounds
  192. Canadian Woman Reported Abducted In Northern Nigeria
  193. Canadian Travellers Continue To Dispute Resort Bills After Conquest Folds
  194. Three-Month-Old Among Four Children Hurt In Downtown Crash
  195. Mom Of Missing Girl Happy That New Search Has Been Launched
  196. Two Children In Critical Condition After Downtown Crash
  197. Gas Prices Expected To Be Relatively Low This Summer, Experts Say
  198. Canada’s Oldest Summer Theatre Destroyed In Fire
  199. Conquest Vacations - Who To Contact For Travel Refund
  200. Canadian Plane Hijacked In Jamaica
  201. Theatre Company Looking For New Home After Devastating Fire
  202. Heavy Downpours & Gusty Winds Before Great Weather Returns At Week’s End
  203. Closure At Hwy 27 And Langstaff After Person Struck And Killed
  204. GM To Cut 1,600 Jobs In Next Few Days, Company Official Warns
  205. Food Watchdog Plans To Cut Operations To Build Contingency Fund: Union
  206. Canadian Warship HMCS Winnipeg Chases Pirates In Gulf Of Aden
  207. 10th Anniversary Of Columbine Massacre Brings Solemn Memories
  208. CityNews Rewind: The First Successful Canadian Skyjacking Was Also To Cuba
  209. Subway Back On After Being Shut Down By Purse Snatcher Escaping Through Tunnel
  210. Three People In Hospital After Separate Crashes
  211. Former Brewery Owner Pleads Not Guilty To Hotel Room Sex Assault
  212. Airport Security Questions Linger Following Highjacking
  213. Search For Missing Girl Intensifies As Police Receive 1000 Tips
  214. CanJet Travellers Reach Their Destinations After Harrowing Hijacking Ordeal
  215. Man Beaten In Terrifying Home Invasion
  216. Do Not Call List Extended To Five Years
  217. Verdict Expected In D’Angelo Sex Assault Trial
  218. Province To Provide Funds To Keep Toronto School Pools Open
  219. OPP Searching Garbage Dump For Clues In Victoria Stafford Disappearance
  220. OLG Issues Recall After Glitch Spoils 92 Lottery Tickets
  221. Cops Hope Video Of Brazen Beer Store Robbery In Progress Will Net Suspects
  222. Witnesses Sought After Wrong Way Crash On Hwy 115
  223. CityHelps: The Backyard Barrier & The Supermarket Superman
  224. Police Investigate Another Dog Poisoning In Mississauga
  225. More Than 10,000 Sri Lankans Protest On Parliament Hill
  226. Shooting Leaves Man Without Vital Signs
  227. Father Of Baby Kaylee Heading To Court On Assault, Robbery Charges
  228. Composite Picture Of Possible Tori Stafford Abductor Released
  229. Composite Sketch Of Possible Tori Stafford Abductor Released
  230. Motorist Pulled Over For Alleged Speeding Cites Bathroon Urge As Reason
  231. Ontario Second Only To B.C. In Earth Day Report Card
  232. Ontario's Tough New Pesticide Ban Takes Effect
  233. Distracted Driving Law Passes At Queen’s Park
  234. GTA Turns Out To Celebrate Earth Day
  235. New Cell Phone Ban Law: Your Reaction
  236. Hijacked CanJet Pilot: “We Don’t Feel Like Heroes”
  237. McGuinty Won't 'Hang' OLG Over Latest Ticket Problem
  238. Insiders: GM Will Close Most U.S. Plants For Up To 9 Weeks This Summer
  239. Bail Decision Reserved For T.O. Man Charged With Trying To Export Nuclear Technology
  240. CityNews Exclusive: Mother Desperately Tried To Turn Murdered Son Around
  241. Father Of Baby Kaylee Faces Assault, Robbery Charges
  242. Man Shot In The Head At Jane And Eglinton
  243. CityHelps: The Makeover, The "Take" Over And The Paint Over
  244. Man Finds 10 Kittens Abandoned In Plastic Bag Near Vaughan And Oakwood
  245. On Guard For Thee: Toronto's Crossing Guards Of The Year
  246. Early Gridlock Warning: DVP To Be Closed All Weekend
  247. From Spring to Summer: Best Stretch of Weather In Seven Months Coming To GTA This Wee
  248. Two Women Die In Early-Morning Fire
  249. Thirteen School Pools Saved, More Remain In Limbo
  250. Dog Put Down After Being Poisoned In Mississauga Park