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  1. Sentencing Begins In Stefanie Rengel Murder
  2. Thousands Of Tamil-Canadians Expected To Descend On Queen's Park For Protest
  3. Toronto Tamil Protest Timeline
  4. Mulroney Back On The Stand In Schreiber Case
  5. Federal Conservatives Launch Attack Ad Targeting Ignatieff, Triggering Election Fears
  6. T.O. School Trustees To Vote On “Lunchtime Lockdown” For Middle Schools
  7. Baby Kaylee Heading Home
  8. Sunrise Propane Explosion Victim Claims City Charging Outrageous Fees As He Rebuilds
  9. Community Outraged After Razor Blades Found In Playground For Special Needs Kids
  10. Autopsy Results Released In Teen’s Murder
  11. Sleepover Cancelled: Woman Kicked Out Of Pearson After Staying There For A Month
  12. Scared Straight: Students See Graphic Video Results Of Drunk Driving
  13. Tamil Protestors Create Traffic Nightmare Downtown
  14. Latest Tamil Protest Sparks Angry Viewer Reaction
  15. GM's Oshawa Truck Plant To Close After 44 Years Of Production
  16. Chopper To Fly Baby Kaylee Back Home As Doctors Determine She's Well Enough To Leave
  17. Gas Giveaways At Two GTA Stations
  18. Mulroney Finds Himself In Hot Seat Over Selective Answers At Inquiry
  19. Woman Narrowly Misses Disaster As Winds Bring Down Tree Limb On Car
  20. Family With Long History At GM Plant Says Sad Goodbye
  21. Dhalla Caregiver Made Allegations Against Original Employer, Lawyer Says
  22. Ignatieff Threatens Election If EI Reforms Not In Place By Summer
  23. PM, Premier To Make Transit Announcement In GTA
  24. What’s Open & Closed On Victoria Day?/Fireworks Displays
  25. The 20 Things You Didn't Know About Queen Victoria And Victoria Day
  26. Cold And Frosty Long Weekend Not A Total Weather Washout
  27. Police Ramp Up For Busy Long Weekend On The Highways
  28. Police Nab Five Suspects In ATM Fraud
  29. Police May Have To Close University Ave. Again As Tamil Protestors Gather
  30. New Peak-Use Hydro Rates Announced
  31. Nervous Midnight Deadline For GM And Union
  32. Toronto Resident Takes In-Flight Pictures Of Dangerous Plane Landing
  33. Miracle One-Year-Old Boy Survives Eight-Storey Fall From Mississauga Apartment Buildi
  34. Cops Hunt Two Gunmen After Separate And Frightening Incidents
  35. Police Allege Elderly Man In Wheelchair Robbed Whitby Bank
  36. Toronto Residents Say ‘Enough Is Enough’ To Latest Tamil Protest
  37. Midnight Deadline Passes With No Result From GM, CAW Talks
  38. Tamil Protests Continue As Sri Lanka Military Claims Control Of Island's Entire Coast
  39. Son Stabs Dad In Eye With Screwdriver
  40. First Unofficial Long Weekend Of Summer Gets Off To A Rainy Start
  41. Third-Largest Jackpot Up For Grabs: $40 Million
  42. Tamil Tigers Vow To Lay Down Arms In Sri Lanka As Vigil Continues In Toronto
  43. Shots Fired On Driftwood Court
  44. Police Corruption Probe Widens To Include Charges Against Former Beer Magnate
  45. Cool Weekend Weather Continues With Frost Warnings
  46. Child Struck By Car, Sheppard Ave East Shut Down
  47. CAW, GM Talks To Continue Beyond Sunday
  48. Beach Coyote Evades Capture
  49. Power Outage In City's Northwest End
  50. Man Stabbed In Parkdale
  51. Toronto Street Food Goes Global
  52. Frost Warning Ends For Toronto, GTA
  53. U.S. Supreme Court To Consider Conrad Black Fraud Appeal
  54. Many People To Satisfy The Reason For GM, CAW Continued Talks
  55. Canada Wants Coyotes In Hamilton: Poll
  56. H1N1 Flu Alert Still At Second-Highest Level
  57. Woodstock Remembers Missing Girl With Float In Victoria Day Parade
  58. Boy Rescued After Tumbling From Mimico Cliff
  59. More Ontarians Getting Off The Grid
  60. Police Search For Suspects After Gas Station Stabbing
  61. Deer On The Gardiner
  62. Estimated $45 Million Lottery Jackpot Could Tie For 2nd Biggest In Cdn. History.
  63. Summer In The City Returns For A Spectacular Weather Week
  64. Teen Accused Of Trying To Kill Toronto Police Officers
  65. Talks Heat Up As GM-CAW Negotiations Continue
  66. Tamils Maintain Vigil Outside U.S. Consulate
  67. Attack Near Cedarbrae C.I. Leaves Teen In Hospital
  68. Mulroney Says He Wanted Far More Wide-Ranging Inquiry
  69. Moat Cleaning And Chandelier Expenses Lead To A 300-Yr. First In Britain
  70. Gas Prices To Rise Nearly 3 And Half Cents In GTA Wednesday
  71. Man Stabbed While Waiting At Bus Stop
  72. Sad Farewell For 14-Yr.-Old Murder Victim
  73. Jays Face Biggest Test Of Surprise '09, Kick Off Three-Game Set In Beantown
  74. Delay Of Game: Judge’s Order May Mean We Won’t Know About Hamilton Coyotes For Anothe
  75. Weed Warrior: The Dandelion Roars Back To Life During Pesticide Ban
  76. Two Arrested In Case Of Missing Woodstock Girl
  77. The Tori Stafford Case: Twists, Turns, Tears And An Arrest
  78. Gas Jumps To Nearly 98 Cents A Litre
  79. GTA Basks In High Heat While Winter Hangs On Out West
  80. Man Shot In The Leg After Answering Knock At The Door
  81. $49 Million Lotto 6/49 Jackpot One Of Largest In Cdn. History
  82. Canadian Toddler Falls Ill With H1N1 Virus In Cuba
  83. Bloor And Danforth Bike Lane Proposal Sparks Controversy
  84. Brother Accused Of Stabbing Sister To Death
  85. Taxpayers Foot Mulroney's $2 Million Legal Tab
  86. CityNews Exclusive: Tori’s Mom Says She Recognized One Of The Suspects From The Surve
  87. Woodstock Community In Shock After Charges Laid In Stafford Case
  88. Search For Tori’s Remains Continues By Air & On Ground
  89. Suspect Arrested After Man Doused With Gas And Set On Fire
  90. Search Continues For Body Of Victoria Stafford
  91. Last Day Of Summer-like Sizzle Sees Humidex Of 34 Before Cooler Reality Returns
  92. $49 Million Lottery Ticket Holder Becomes Second Biggest Single Winner In Cdn. Histor
  93. Garbage Collectors Strike Could Be One Of Many In T.O. This Summer
  94. Are Your Reusable Cloth Grocery Bags Crawling With Bacteria?
  95. Ottawa Announces New Credit Card Rules
  96. Teen's Accessory Charge In Tori Stafford Case May Be Upgraded To Murder
  97. Victoria Stafford's Classmates Deal With Tragedy
  98. Auto Sector Will Take Three Years To Recover: Conference Board
  99. West End Adult Learning Centre On Lockdown After Apparent Gun Incident
  100. Name Finally Official As City Unveils “Beach” Signs
  101. Five-Yr-.Old Girl Shot After Being Caught In Crossfire
  102. Another Tamil Protest Could Stop Traffic Downtown Friday Afternoon
  103. Woodstock Mourns Following Arrests In Stafford Case
  104. Man Doused With Gas And Set On Fire Dies In Hospital
  105. Bill Blair Offered New Contract As Police Chief A Year Early
  106. Five-Year-Old Girl Hit By Stray Bullet In Apartment
  107. Tori Stafford's Mother Lashes Out At Police And Accused In Interview
  108. Five-Year-Old Girl Becomes Latest Victim Of Violence In West End Neighbourhood
  109. Westbound Gardiner Closed For 12 Hrs. Sunday
  110. CAW And General Motors Reach Tentative Labour Deal
  111. Go Train Switch Problems Resolved, Service Back To Normal
  112. "She Was An Angel": Tori's Mom Breaks Her Silence
  113. Search For Tori’s Body Continues
  114. Doors Open Toronto Lets You See Places You Never Could For Free
  115. First Person Convicted In Cdn. Terror Plot Sentenced To Jail But Released
  116. Body Of Drowned Canoeist Recovered Up North
  117. Family Of Man Found Murdered In Car Trunk In Pickering Pleads For Info
  118. Three-Week-Old Kitten Rescued After Falling Down Deep Drainpipe
  119. Sombre Tamil Queen’s Park Gathering Not Likely To Stop Traffic
  120. Some Of Canada’s 13 New Lottery Millionaires Almost Didn’t Put In For Their Share Of
  121. Fatal Three-Car Crash In Mississauga
  122. Search Continues For Body Of Tori Stafford
  123. Ontario MP Michael Bryant To Resign
  124. Toronto Child Treated For H1N1
  125. LCBO Workers Vote In Favour Of Strike, Contract Talks Scheduled
  126. Police Search For Missing Autistic Man In Downtown Core
  127. Westbound Gardiner Shut Down For Annual Repairs
  128. 15-Year-Old Girl Rescued From Prostitution Ring
  129. GM Workers Vote On Concession Package
  130. Search Continues For Missing Teen Who Vanished After University Formal
  131. Woodstock Cops Looking For Back Seat Of A Car As Search For Tori Stafford Continues
  132. Crews Battle Two-Alarm Industrial Fire In Mississauga
  133. Police Continue To Search For Vital Clue In Tori Stafford Case
  134. Long Summer Could Be Ahead As T.O. Inside Workers Give Union A 90% Strike Mandate
  135. Toronto Man May Be GTA & Ontario’s First H1N1 Flu Death
  136. Piglet That Fell Into Live 401 Traffic Saved By Good Samaritan On Highway
  137. No Election Over Inadequate Unemployment Insurance, Says Ontario
  138. $5,000 Reward Offered For Teen Missing Nine Days
  139. Four Brampton Schools In Lockdown After Shooting Nearby
  140. Store Owners Charged After Allegedly Chasing Down And Beating Fleeing Accused Shoplif
  141. Baby Kaylee Rushed Back To Hospital
  142. Fire May Cause Smoke Drifting Over QEW
  143. City Council Votes In Favour Of Bike Lanes On Jarvis St.
  144. Police Comb Two Guelph-Area Lakes In Ongoing Search For Victoria Stafford's Body
  145. CAW Members Approve GM Cost Cutting Deal
  146. Teenage Girl Stabbed In Back
  147. Suspect Vehicle Caught On Surveillance Tape The Same Day Tori Stafford Was Abducted
  148. Heavy Rain Looms As Long Stretch Of Great Weather Ends
  149. Governor General Guts & Eats Seal Heart Up North
  150. Mayor Supports Call For More Bike Lanes, As New Bike Parking Facility Unveiled At Uni
  151. Father Presses For Sick Kids To Take Back Ailing Daughter Kaylee
  152. Amber Alerts: To Call Or Not To Call?
  153. Amber Alert Petition Draws Enormous Response Online
  154. Man Runs After Hearing Gun Click, Only To Be Shot At From Parking Lot
  155. 400 Northbound At Steeles Reopens As Rush Hour Builds
  156. Woman Stabbed At Mall
  157. Fire In Little Italy Consumes Four Homes
  158. Former Leaf Peter Zezel Passes Away
  159. Elton John And Premier McGuinty Share Double Bill At Complex Expansion
  160. Petition For Changes To Amber Alert To Be Introduced At Queen’s Park
  161. Federal Deficit To Hit Record $50 Billion
  162. Canada's Bob Thirsk Blasts Off For Six-Month Mission In Space
  163. Heavy Downpours Expected As Slow Moving System Brings New Disturbance To GTA
  164. GM Corp. Likely To File For Bankruptcy
  165. Concerns Grow After Two Autistic Boys Disappear In Toronto
  166. Man Allegedly Clocked At 209km/hr With 2-Year-Old In Car
  167. Two Suspects Arrested In Wake Of Brampton School Lockdowns
  168. Security Guard Stabbing A Tale Of The Times
  169. Bankruptcy Judge Speeds Up Coyotes Relocation Fight Schedule
  170. Ont. Confirms 143 New Cases Of Swine Flu Bringing Total To 495
  171. One Dead, One Seriously Hurt In Crash
  172. Police Probe Yet Another Shooting In The West End
  173. Defence To Seek Adjournment While Search For Tori Stafford's Body Continues
  174. Guns And Gangs Unit Looking For Weapons In Sweep Of GTA Neighbourhoods
  175. Friday's PM Rush Hour Could See Commuter Chaos Downtown
  176. McClintic Now Charged With Murder In Tori Stafford Case
  177. Police Continue To Look For Autistic Teen, As They Scale Back Search For Another Miss
  178. Woman Stabbed At Flower Shop
  179. Teen Rugby Player Found Guilty Of Manslaughter In Death Of Manny Castillo
  180. Council Votes To Ban Right Turns On Red Lights At 10 Downtown Intersections
  181. Hunt For Mother Suspected Of Abducting Five-Month-Old Son
  182. Heavy Rain Expected To Hit The GTA Around Rush Hour
  183. Cop Shoots At Attacking Dog In Local Park
  184. Who Put The Soap Suds In The Flatiron Building Fountain?
  185. 79-Yr.-Old $8.9 Million Lottery Winner Plans To Buy New Mattress
  186. Woman Survives As Huge Tree Falls On Her Car
  187. Shane Fair's Family Organizes Private Search For Missing Teen
  188. Jays Game, Former Presidents' Visit Will Likely Mean Traffic Chaos Friday Afternoon
  189. Crash Squeezes Traffic On Highway 400
  190. Jim Balsillie Unveils Plans For Revitalized Copps Coliseum
  191. Police Tell Tori Stafford's Dad They May Never Find Her Remains
  192. Peter Zezel Laid To Rest
  193. Protestors Gather As Ex-Presidents Bush And Clinton Hit Town
  194. OPP Officer Charged For Allegedly Falsifying Traffic Stops
  195. Peel Police Searching For Suspect In Region’s Seventh Murder
  196. Search For Body Of Tori Stafford Enters 11th Day
  197. Three-Part Deal To Save Opel
  198. Passport Panic: Canada-U.S. Border Requirement Kicks In Monday
  199. Search Continues For Missing Military Reservist Shane Fair
  200. DesiFEST Takes Over Dundas Square As Tens Of Thousands Celebrate South Asian Music An
  201. Snap Storm Hits GTA
  202. Another Teen Pulled From Waters Of Lake Ontario
  203. Parents Plan Memorial For Tori Stafford
  204. Autopsy Results To Be Released In Peel Homicide
  205. Prime Minister To Get Canadian Jewish Congress Award
  206. New Law To Allow Terror Victims To Sue Perpetrators In Cdn Courts: Harper
  207. GM Faces Bankruptcy Court
  208. Passports Please: Documents Now Required At Canada-U.S. Border
  209. Nickels And Dimes: Five Cent Charge In Effect On All Plastic Bags Across Toronto
  210. June Arrives But Where’s The Warmth?
  211. U.S., Canadian Governments Expected To Become Majority Owners Of GM
  212. World’s Largest Passenger Plane Makes First Landing At PIA Monday
  213. Canadian Plants To Experience Shutdowns During GM Bankruptcy: CAW
  214. We Did The Right Thing: McGuinty And Harper Put The $9.5 Billion GM Bailout In The Sp
  215. GM Copes With Bankruptcy By Introducing Five New Models, Including Hybrids
  216. Beginning Of The End For The Gardiner Expressway
  217. Guelph Man Lost On Doomed Jet Remembered As ‘Great Guy’
  218. Balsillie Files Relocation Application With NHL For The Coyotes
  219. What Are The Gardiner Expressway Proposals?
  220. Canada 8th Most Peaceful Country On Earth, But Recession Taking Its Toll Everywhere
  221. Woman Accused Of Using Kids To Help Steal From Open Houses
  222. Middle Of The Night Fight Leads Cops To Alleged Pot Grow-Op In Pickering
  223. McGuinty Sticking With The Harmonized Sales Tax
  224. OSPCA Serves Search Warrant On Toronto Humane Society Over Allegations Of Animal Crue
  225. City To Start Inspecting, Fining Those With Overgrown Lawns
  226. Five Hurt After Speeding Car Hits Bus Shelter At University Near Queen
  227. Reports Of Partially Buried Body Near 401 And Sheppard
  228. Downtown Intersection Reopens After Serious Crash
  229. Burned Body Found At New Golf Course Development
  230. Man Found In Vehicle Peel's Latest Murder Victim
  231. Aurora Police Tranquilize And Tag Bear After Chasing It Up A Tree
  232. Humane Society Defends Its Actions In Wake Of Cruelty Allegations
  233. 17-Yr.-Old Charged With Sexual Assault On Toddlers At Toronto Daycare
  234. Teen Calls His Mother For Help After Being Stabbed Near School
  235. Big Changes Coming To TTC Metropasses
  236. Minister’s Resignation Offer Rejected By PM After New Scandal Over Sensitive Document
  237. Collision Leaves One Dead, Another Critical
  238. Joint Forces Investigation Results In 22 Arrests
  239. Crash Witness Chases Down Suspect
  240. Threat Of Summer Garbage Strike Looms
  241. BlackBerry Issues Patch After Security Hole Found In Devices
  242. Early Warning: Gardiner & DVP Both Closing On Sunday
  243. Cops Issue Warning About HIV Positive Man After He’s Charged With Attempted Murder
  244. DVP Reopens Following Devastating Crash
  245. Woman Found Not Guilty In Bedroom Axe Murder
  246. Massive Garage Wall Causes Feud Between Neighbours
  247. Slew Of Charges Dropped After Guards' Work To Rule Campaign Violates Prisoner's Right
  248. Woman Comes To Victim’s Rescue After Crash
  249. Drivers Brace For Gridlock As DVP & Gardiner Both Closing Sunday
  250. Crashes Cause Mess On GTA Roads