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  1. Auto Workers Want Government To Guarantee Their Pensions
  2. Alert Issued After Serious Mystery Ailment Affects Canadians Returning From Mexico
  3. Toronto Doctor Charged With Four Counts Of Sexual Assault
  4. Van Driver May Have Almost Run Over Killer Fleeing Toronto Murder Scene
  5. Two Local Soccer Fans Charged After Flares Burn Woman And Field At Toronto FC Game
  6. U.S. Treasury Readies Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Proceedings For Chrysler: Report
  7. Tori's Mom Says Those Who Think Suspect Sketch Looks Like Her Should Be Ashamed
  8. Victim Clings To Life Following Jane And Eglinton Bus Stop Shooting
  9. CityHelps: The Ride And The Riled
  10. Father Of Baby Kaylee Wants Focus To Be On His Daughter, Not His Troubled Past
  11. Exclusive: Peel Woman Pleads With Parole Board To Deny Sister’s Killer Freedom
  12. Summer-Like Sizzle Sets Up Incredible Weekend In GTA
  13. Drivers Brace For Full Closure Of The DVP All Weekend
  14. Down On Dirty: 20 Minute Makeover Gives T.O. A Clean Sweep
  15. Vaughan Mayor Faces 68 Charges
  16. Canadian Soldier Found Dead In Her Room At Kandahar Base In Afghanistan
  17. Twenty-Two Injured After Air Canada Flight Experiences Severe Turbulence Over Hawaii
  18. Two-Year-Old Girl One Of Two Children Hit By Car Near Harbourfront Centre
  19. Bombardier Wins Contract To Build TTC's New Streetcar Fleet
  20. Man Convicted In Boxing Day Shooting Handed Life Sentence
  21. Bus Stop Shooting Victim Dies In Hospital
  22. Some Cases Of Mysterious Mexican Malady Identified As Swine Flu
  23. Judge's Ruling In JSR Sentence Covers Wide Range Of Issues
  24. CityHelps: All To The Good
  25. Weekend Change: One Day Of Summer To Be Followed By A Cooler & Rainy Sunday
  26. Thousand Dollar Reward Offered In Dog Poisoning Case
  27. Third Shooting In Four Days Leaves Man Injured
  28. Done Deal: Chrysler And CAW Finally Reach Agreement
  29. Frustrated Motorists Battle Traffic As DVP Closed All Weekend
  30. Five Months After Strike, York University And Staff Reach Agreement
  31. Summer-Like Saturday To Give Way To Springy Sunday
  32. Toronto FC Head Coach Resigns
  33. Swine Flu Outbreak Forces Mexico City To Cancel All Public Events
  34. Case Of Missing Ontario Girl Gets Major U.S. Boost
  35. Clean Up Continues From Saturday Storm
  36. Fallen Canadian Soldier To Return Home Sunday
  37. At Least Two Provinces Have Swine Flu Cases: Source
  38. Hepatitis A Found At Newmarket Tim Hortons
  39. Canadians Change Travel Plans After Swine Flu Outbreak In Mexico
  40. DVP Reopens Ahead Of Schedule
  41. Workers At Chrysler Canada Accept Labour Concessions
  42. Hundreds Protest Violence In Sri Lanka
  43. Canada Among Countries Racing To Contain Swine Flu
  44. Dramatic GM Viability Plan Includes 21,000 Jobs Slashed, End Of Pontiac Line
  45. Porter Airlines Unveils Expansion Plans For Downtown Airport
  46. Canada’s Pandemic Plan: How It Would Change Your Daily Life
  47. Tamil Protest Ties Up University Ave. For Morning Rush Hour
  48. Mexico City Hit By Major Earthquake
  49. GTA Enjoys One More Summer Like Day As Clean-Up Continues From Weekend Wind Storm
  50. Toronto Woman In Mexican Hospital Not Allowed To Come Home
  51. Drunk Driver Who Killed Mom Of 4 Gets Harsh Sentence
  52. Controversy Erupts Over "Swine Flu" Name
  53. Second Suspect In Brazen Daylight Murder Arrested
  54. Update: Risk Of Hep A Exposure At Newmarket Tim Hortons Now Considered Low
  55. Mystery Person Offers Cash For Safe Return Of Victoria Stafford
  56. Canada Joins List Of Countries Advising Against Travel To Mexico
  57. Canadians Returning Home From Mexico Express Concern Over Swine Flu Outbreak
  58. Scuffles Break Out As Tamil Protest Enters Its Third Day
  59. Swine Flu: What You Need To Know
  60. Year-Old Youngster Survives Night In Quebec Woods Alone
  61. Mandatory Energy Audit On Home Sales Scrapped
  62. Worldwide Survey Puts Toronto At Number 15 Of Top Places To Live
  63. Another Troubling Pandemic Sign Emerges In New York
  64. Complaints Grow Over Three-Day Tamil Protest
  65. Swine Flu Around The World
  66. Critically Ill Toronto Woman To Return To Canada Tuesday
  67. Man Who Shot Ex In The Head Gets 22 Years In Prison
  68. Tour Operators Bailing Out Of Mexico
  69. Local Resident Calls For Clean Up Of Trash-Battered Black Creek Bank
  70. Missing Girl's Mom Faces Questions About Mystery Person Who Offered Cash As Cops Offe
  71. Man Charged With Kidnapping 3-Yr.-Old To Force Mom To Work As Prostitute
  72. Power Outage Affecting Stretch Of Midtown Toronto
  73. First Swine Flu Death Outside Of Mexico Reported In U.S.
  74. Canadian Tamils Stake Out University Avenue For A Fourth Day
  75. Swine Flu Timeline: A Rapid Spread
  76. Ontario Introduces Law To Stop Unfair Ticketmaster Practices
  77. Previous Pandemics Have Been Deadly
  78. Rethink Breast Cancer Gets A Boost With 12-Dollar T-Shirt
  79. Critically Ill Toronto Woman Finally Returns From Mexico Only To Die In Hospital
  80. Is Your Backyard Housing Some Meteor Fragments?
  81. Swine Flu: World Latest
  82. Three More Cases Of Swine Flu Confirmed In GTA
  83. Police Move In On Tamil Protestors On University Ave.
  84. Black Creek Clean-Up Set To Begin After CityNews Complaint
  85. Hunt For Tori Stafford Hits Third Week Amid Bizarre Twists & Turns
  86. Port Perry Woman Tells Us What It's Like To Have Swine Flu
  87. Scarborough SRT Reopens Following Police Investigation
  88. Midnight Income Tax Deadline Looms For Procrastinators
  89. Heavy Rain Expected For Afternoon Commute
  90. Police Move Tamil Protesters Off University Ave., Relocate Group Onto Sidewalk
  91. Possible Swine Flu Pandemic Scenarios Go From No Real Effect To Severe
  92. Ontario, Ottawa Could Step In To Take Small Stake In Restructured Chrysler
  93. Officials Confirm 19 Cases Of Swine Flu In Canada
  94. Wacky Warning Labels: Toilets, Cereal Bowls, Wart Removers And Cattle Castration Kits
  95. Mom Convicted Of Murder By Disgraced Pathologist’s Testimony Wins Appeal
  96. Minister Charged With Sexual Assault
  97. Swine Flu Around The World: What’s In A Name?
  98. Swine Flu Game Appears Online
  99. Partial Gardiner Closure One Of Several Roadblocks This Weekend
  100. Swine Flu Total Climbs To 34 In Canada
  101. Tough New Impaired Driving Laws Take Effect
  102. Crackpots And Scientists Both Wonder: Where Did This New Flu Strain Come From?
  103. Four-Year-Old Boy Found After He Goes Missing Early Friday
  104. Wanted: Your “Supermom” Story
  105. GTA School On Alert After Student Becomes Ill
  106. Swine Flu Total Climbs In Canada
  107. Charges Laid Against Accused Hijacker Of Canadian Jet
  108. Emergency Preparedness Week Stresses Importance Of A Plan
  109. Chrysler Shuts Assembly Plants In Brampton And Windsor
  110. Aggressive Bird Attacking Car Mirrors In North York Neighbourhood
  111. Experts Say New Flu Not As Deadly As Past Strains, As Canada Hits 47 Cases
  112. How Much Should That Renovation Cost? How To Find Out If You're Getting Ripped Off
  113. Funeral Details Finalized For GTA Woman Stuck In Mexico During Flu Outbreak
  114. City Pays $800,000 To Buy & Tear Down House
  115. Victim Rushed To Hospital Without Vitals After Dundas West Shooting
  116. Dundas West Shooting Leaves Teenage Boy Dead
  117. Less Than Half Of Canadians Concerned About Catching H1N1: Poll
  118. Motorcycle Ride Saturday For Missing Woodstock Girl
  119. Traffic Woes Continue As Serious Crash Closes QEW In Mississauga
  120. Chretien Rallies Liberal Troops By Skewering Harper
  121. Plane In Lake Ontario A Police Training Exercise
  122. Alberta Pigs Believed To Be Infected With Swine Flu
  123. Pot Activists Descend On Queen's Park
  124. Senior Dies In High Park Fire
  125. Prime Minister Harper Tickles The Ivories In Toronto
  126. Road Closures Continue In Downtown Core
  127. Two More Names Added To List Of Fallen Police Officers
  128. Canada Now Has 85 Cases Of Swine Flu, 14 In Ontario
  129. Serious Crash Closes Highway 401 Near Kipling
  130. Two Found Dead In Hamilton Field
  131. Man Dies In West-End Highrise Fire
  132. Toronto Police Respond To Mock Airplane Crash
  133. CityNews Special: H1N1 City On Alert
  134. Toronto School Awaits Test Results On Student Who May Have H1N1 Flu
  135. China Stops Import Of Alberta Pork After H1N1 Flu Found In Herd Of Pigs
  136. WHO Expected To Raise Its Flu Alert To Top Level Of Six, Signifying Pandemic
  137. Five Arrested In $2 Million Armoured Car Heist
  138. Tamil Demonstration To Continue With Human Chain On Tuesday
  139. Experts Downplay Risk Of Human-To-Pig-To-Human Flu Transmission
  140. No Bail For Toronto Man Accused Of Sending Nuclear Technology To Iran
  141. GO Transit Pile Driving Still A Noisy Nuisance For Junction Residents
  142. Student In High School Rugby Manslaughter Case Finally Gets Day In Court
  143. Amazing Lifesaving Animal Heroes Honoured In Toronto
  144. Alberta Girl Severely Ill With H1N1 Flu, Representing First Serious Case In Canada
  145. Cops Issue New Video In Search For Tori Stafford Witness
  146. In Photos: Toronto Freedom Festival & Global Marijuana March
  147. Murder Trial Underway For Three Alleged Members Of The Galloway Gang
  148. Suspect Under Arrest Following City's Latest Murder
  149. City Looking At Banning Right Turns On Red Lights At Ten Intersections
  150. Experts To Officials: Don’t Be Fooled If The H1N1 Strain Suddenly Slows Or Disappears
  151. H1N1 Virus ‘Much Milder’ Than First Thought: U.S. Health Secretary
  152. Canadians “Eighth Happiest Overall” In New World Survey
  153. Bogus Telemarketers Hit Up 4 In 10 Canadians
  154. Reporters Get “Revenge” On Dalton McGuinty For Press Conference Snub
  155. New Ont. Driver’s Licence Makes Land And Water Travel To U.S. A Little Easier
  156. No Right Turns On A Red: Your Reaction
  157. More Cases Of Flu Show Up In Toronto, Peel And Halton
  158. New Look For Regent Park Begins With Opening Of Expensive New Highrise
  159. Former Friend Testifies Against Accused Murderers
  160. Cops Await Tips On Car Clue In Stafford Abduction As New Milestone Approaches
  161. RIM CEO Makes US$212 Mill. Offer To Relocate Phoenix Coyotes To Southern Ontario
  162. Police Probing Three New Murders
  163. Canadian Students Quarantined In China Released Two Days Early
  164. Mother To Plead For Info In “Mistaken Identity” Murder
  165. Two People Taken Into Custody Following High Speed Chase
  166. Durham Police Probe Pickering Double Murder, One Of Two New Homicide Cases
  167. Toronto 18 Member Pleads Guilty To Terrorism Charges
  168. World Health Organization Warns Against Eating Contaminated Pork
  169. A Life Exposed: Boxing Photographer Pete Doherty's Journey Through The Fight Game
  170. Ruby Dhalla Quits Critic's Role Amid Family Controversy
  171. Gary Bettman Throws Cold Water On Balsillie Bid As Fans Ponder Leaf Competition
  172. Ontario Man Who Lost Son In Hockey Fight Charged With Sexual Assault
  173. Highway 400 Northbound Back To Normal After Multi-Vehicle Accident
  174. Ontario's H1N1 Caseload Rises To 49
  175. Toronto FC Beats Whitecaps 1-0 To Open Nutrilite Canadian Championship
  176. One In Hospital After Pair Unleashes Pepper Spray, Fireworks In West End Adult Video
  177. Police Seize Computer Belonging To Tori Stafford's Mom, Report Suggests
  178. Man Arrested After Crash Takes Out Bus Shelter
  179. Why Thursday Is One Of The Oddest Days Of The Century
  180. Toronto High School Student Infected With H1N1 Virus
  181. Deal Or No Deal: Ottawa & Ont. Force G.M. And CAW Back To Concession Table
  182. Cops Hunt Three Suspects After Man With Gunshot Wound Turns Up At Hospital
  183. Ont. Superior Court Throws Out SARS Lawsuits
  184. Same-Day Breast Cancer Diagnosis Now A Reality
  185. Man Charged With Attempted Murder & Assault After Allegedly Failing To Disclose HIV S
  186. Family Mourns Woman Stuck In Mexico & Claims Ont. Gov't. Hastened Her Death
  187. Ontario’s Labour Minister Becomes Latest Liberal Tied To So-Called ‘Nannygate’
  188. Tori Stafford's Mom Hints She Hasn't Been Ruled Out As A Suspect
  189. Microwave-Sized Chunk Of Debris Falls From Building Onto Queen Street
  190. Part Of Bloor St. E. Closed All Weekend
  191. Surprising Turnaround In Labour Market With 35,900 New Self-Employed
  192. Police Warn Of Suspicious Man Near Uxbridge School
  193. Victims In Pickering Double Homicide Identified, But Cause Of Death Not Revealed
  194. Ruby Dhalla May Be Forced To Address Exploding “Nannygate” Scandal On Friday
  195. Mothers Of Gun Violence Victims Deliver Emotional Message Ahead Of Mother's Day
  196. Cherry Wants to STOP Hitting From Behind
  197. H1N1 Virus Surfaces In Two More GTA Schools
  198. Alberta Officials Confirm H1N1 Flu Played Role In Woman’s Death
  199. Dhalla No Stranger To Recent Controversy
  200. Another Mass Tamil Rally Planned For University Ave. Saturday
  201. Thunderstorms Hit Parts Of GTA After Incredible Summer-like Day
  202. Jerusalem Restaurant Toronto - WARNING - Food Poisoning
  203. Reaction To Dhalla And “Nannygate” Mixed In Her Riding
  204. War Of Wards Leads To War Of Words At Toronto City Hall
  205. Telephone Extortionists Target GTA's Asian Community
  206. Wicked Storms Sweep Across GTA
  207. Pair Of Routine Traffic Stops Turn Dangerous For Police
  208. Another Mass Tamil Rally Descends On U.S. Consulate
  209. Circumstantial Evidence The Only Proof Of Person-To-Pig H1N1 Infection: CFIA
  210. Dalton McGuinty Wants A Third NHL Team In The Province, Asks Ontarians To Voice Suppo
  211. Guy Lafleur May Be Stripped Of His Order Of Quebec Honours
  212. Alberta Pig Farm Infected With H1N1 Culls 500 Hogs
  213. Six People In Hospital After Shots Fired At The West Mall
  214. Canada Confirms 281 Cases Of H1N1 Virus
  215. Toronto Tamil Protest Continues As 378 Civilians Killed In Sri Lanka
  216. Cool, Rainy Weather Won’t Dampen Mother’s Day
  217. Mayor Says Hamilton Only Working With Balsillie To Land NHL Team For City
  218. Dhalla Not A Target: Conservative Minister
  219. Frost Warning Issued For GTA. How Can You Protect Your Plants?
  220. Scarborough RT Closing At Midnight Until Late November
  221. Gardiner Expressway Reopens After Massive Tamil Protest Ties Up Highway For Hours
  222. Coyote Continues To Prowl The Beach, Months After Traps Set Out
  223. Toronto School Reopens After Student Tests Positive For H1N1
  224. Tamil Protests: Your Reaction
  225. GO Trains Not Running On Lakeshore East Corridor
  226. Wildlife Crew Finds Rare Albino Raccoon At Construction Site
  227. is Dude a forum newsbot?
  228. Man Found Shot To Death In Hydro Field
  229. Teen Defendant Testifies In Rugby-Related Death Of Manny Castillo
  230. Ruby Dhalla To Testify Before Commons Committee
  231. House Party Shooting Speculated To Be Retaliation For Recent Slayings
  232. Breakfast Television Honoured For Coverage Of Queen Street Fire
  233. Tamil Congress In Ottawa As Toronto Warns Against Disruptive Protests
  234. Sri Lankan Conflict: Timeline Of Major Events
  235. Residents Worry After West End Neighbourhoods Plagued By Killings And Violence
  236. Police Looking For Lone Gunman After 14-Year-Old Shot Dead
  237. Dhalla Controversy Continues: Nanny Alleges It Was Ruby, Not Her Brother, That Did Th
  238. Mulroney Kept Schreiber Deal Secret Because He Feared Renewed Airbus Attacks
  239. Three Young Children Hit By Dump Truck
  240. Tamil Protests Taxing Police Resources: Chief Blair
  241. Auditor’s Report: How Gov’t. Is Wasting Your Money
  242. Finch Subway Station Closed For Police Investigation
  243. Three New Cases Of H1N1 In Ontario
  244. Baby Kaylee To Be Released From Hospital Thursday
  245. Puppy Found In Squalor Ready To Be Adopted
  246. Two More Shootings Rock The City
  247. Residents In West End Fear Gang War, But Police Won't Confirm Connection Between Slew
  248. Some South Etobicoke Residents Upset About Skatepark Plans
  249. Heavy Rain Overnight And Cool Long Weekend Ahead
  250. Police Probing Whether Three West End Shootings Are Connected