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  1. External Audit Finds Canada’s Coffers Are Missing Gold – 15.3 Million Dollars Worth
  2. Civic Worker Strike Drags On
  3. Canadian Among The Dead In Fatal Yemeni Air Crash
  4. Canada Shoots Down Afghan Extension Amid Reports Of U.S. Pressure
  5. What's Open And Closed On Canada Day/Where To See Fireworks
  6. Happy 142nd Canada!
  7. Vendor Blocked From Selling Food Near Monument
  8. Police Make Arrest In Connection With House Party Double Murder
  9. StreetBeat - Jul. 1 - Men Shot At West-End Gas Station
  10. Made In Canada? Not Our Flag Pins
  11. E. Coli Found In President’s Choice Beef, CFIA Warns
  12. Cops Allege Tow-Truck Driver Brought Stalled Vehicle, Own Drug Stash To OPP Station
  13. Canadians Struggle To Identify Nation's Top 10 Icons
  14. Neighbours Of Christie Pits Dump Protest At City Hall
  15. Gretzky Moves Up The Ranks As GG Appoints New Members Of The Order of Canada
  16. We’re The Best: How Canada Stacks Up Internationally
  17. More Neighbourhood Dump Sites Could Open Soon
  18. Canada Wipes Haiti's $2.3 Million Debt Off The Books
  19. Man Drives Jaguar Through His Own House To Avoid Crashing Into Traffic
  20. Police Release Security Video Of Violent Attack
  21. Passersby Stirred By Deaths Of Four People Found In Submerged Car
  22. StreetBeat - Jul. 2 - Water Main Break Damages Nearby Car
  23. Baby Kaylee Back On Life Support At Sick Kids
  24. Big Rig Hijacked In Mississauga
  25. After A Soggy Spring, Are We In Store For A Rainy Summer?
  26. Accident, Fire Cause Closures On Highway 401
  27. Peel Police: Townhouse Complex Fire Was Arson
  28. Union, City 'Miles Apart'
  29. Luminaries Attend Funeral Of Romeo LeBlanc
  30. Strike Averted At Globe And Mail
  31. StreetBeat - July 3 - Charges Expected In Single Vehicle Crash
  32. Cops Release Video Appeals For Information In Jarvis St. Remy Homicide
  33. Roadside Bomb Kills Canadian Soldier In Afghanistan
  34. City Set To Turn Two More Parks Into Dump Sites As Strike Continues
  35. Ramp Ceremony Sends Fallen Canadian Soldier On Final Journey Home
  36. StreetBeat – Jul. 4 – Pedestrian Injured In Hit And Run
  37. Scam Artists Thriving Amid The Recession
  38. Toronto Heats Up With Corso Italia, Taste Of Lawrence, CHIN Bikini Contest
  39. Toronto Student Arrested In Connection With Townhouse Fires
  40. Oshawa Man Wanted For Violent Assault
  41. Can’t Win: As City Prepares To Spray Trash, Residents Upset About Pesticide Use
  42. Man Fleeing Brockville Roadside Spot Check Shot Dead By Police
  43. Teen Charged In Massive Townhouse Fire To Appear In Court On Sunday
  44. Wounded Soldier Dies In Quebec Hospital
  45. Two Police Officers Slashed, Suspect Killed, In Barrie Attack
  46. Health Canada Recalls Energy Drinks After Evidence Of Tampering
  47. Garbage Strike Enters Week Three
  48. SIU Investigating Barrie Standoff That Left Suspect Killed, Two Officers Slashed
  49. Repatriation Ceremony For Fallen Soldier Corporal Nick Bulger To Be Held Monday
  50. StreetBeat – Jul. 06 – Police Searching For Two Men Accused Of Sexual Assault, Robber
  51. Sentencing Hearing To Begin For Livent's Drabinsky And Gottlieb
  52. Teen Convicted Of Manslaughter In Rugby Player's Death To Learn Fate
  53. Crash On DVP Leaves Two Dead, One Injured
  54. Deserted Island: How A Summer Hot Spot Became A Virtual Ghost Town
  55. Two Canadian Soldiers Killed In Helicopter Crash
  56. Strike Enters Day 16, Ties 2002 Record
  57. Former Edge 102.1 DJ Martin Streek Dies
  58. Chopper Crash Claims Two Canadian Soldiers In Afghanistan
  59. Second Inmate In Four Weeks Walks Away From Kingston Prison
  60. Defence Sentencing Arguments Slated To Wrap Up At Livent Trial
  61. Victims Identified In Fatal Crash On DVP, Street Racing Suspected
  62. Fatal Accident Shuts Down Eastbound QEW
  63. York Police Recover $50,000 In Stolen Commercial Goods
  64. Day 17 Of Garbage Strike: No End In Sight
  65. Harper Warns Of Protectionism At G8 Summit In Italy
  66. StreetBeat - Jul. 8 - Cyclists Struck By Falling Bricks
  67. Police Arrest 76 In Month-Long West End Drug Operation
  68. Funeral Arrangements Set for O.P.P. Officer Killed In Crash
  69. U.S. War Resister Optimistic She'll Be Allowed To Remain In Canada
  70. Man Shot And Killed By Barrie Police Identified
  71. Homeowner Held Responsible For Grow Op He Didn't Know About
  72. City, Strikers Nowhere Near Deal Following Council Meeting
  73. Cyclists Dodge Cinderblocks Falling From Condo Construction Site
  74. Suspect Charged In May Homicide
  75. Woman Shot In City's West End
  76. City Workers’ Strike: No News Is Bad News
  77. Harper Momentarily Absent For Another Summit Photo
  78. Victim Of QEW Flying Debris Identified
  79. Repatriation For Canadian Soldiers Killed In Helicopter Crash
  80. Police Arrest Second Teen In Connection With Townhouse Fire
  81. Missing North York Woman Found Murdered In Car
  82. Cops Offer $50,000 Reward For Information In December Homicide
  83. Honda Indy Returns, Forces Weekend Road Closures
  84. StreetBeat - Jul.9 - Parking Lot Crash Sends Person To Hospital
  85. Police Pursuing Several Leads In City's Latest Murder
  86. G8 Important, But Not A Global Government, Harper Suggests
  87. GM Emerges From Bankruptcy Protection
  88. City Releases Details Of Its Latest Offer To The Public
  89. Matos, Wilson Establish Fastest Times In Practice At Honda Indy Toronto
  90. Police Investigate Fatal Stabbing In Burlington
  91. Harper Apology To Ignatieff Raises Questions About Staff, Judgment
  92. Schreiber Loses Another Round In 10-Year Extradition Battle
  93. Mayor Miller Talks Strike With Gord Martineau
  94. Hwy 400 SB Closed For School Bus Rollover
  95. Police Hunt For Two Suspects In Murder Of Toronto Teacher
  96. Extreme Weather Brings Down Trees, Hydro Poles
  97. StreetBeat - Jul. 11 - East-End Fight Turns Fatal
  98. Unions Present Counteroffer To City
  99. GTA Cleans Up After Severe Storm
  100. Dario Franchitti Wins Honda Indy
  101. Hamilton Teen Charged In House Party Stabbing
  102. Dive Teams, Choppers Search For Man Missing After Tornado
  103. Brazilian Police Detain Wife Of Murdered Canadian Boxer Arturo Gatti
  104. Tempers Flare At Dump Sites As Strike Continues
  105. Victim Identified In Fatal Street Brawl
  106. Layton Calls For Release Of Canadian Reporter Detained In Iran
  107. Police Hunt For Suspect, Victim's Car In Attempted Murder
  108. StreetBeat - Jul. 12 - Avenue Road Fire Destroys Two Apartments
  109. Police Investigating Two Shooting Scenes, Possibly Linked
  110. Civic Worker Strike Enters Week Four
  111. Autopsy Results To Be Released Monday In City's Latest Murder
  112. Man Loses Part Of His Foot After He’s Dragged Six Kilometres By Freight Train
  113. WHO Says Health-Care Workers Should Have Priority Access To Pandemic Vaccine
  114. Send Your Strike Photos To
  115. Loved Ones Prepare For Funeral While Police Seek Suspects In Valencia-Russo Murder
  116. Sentencing Hearing Begins For Teen Girl Convicted In Stefanie Rengel’s Murder
  117. StreetBeat - Jul. 12 - Construction Worker Struck And Killed In Industrial Accident
  118. Careless Smoking Blamed For Three-Alarm Fire Near High Park
  119. Three-Alarm Fire In West End
  120. Sentencing Hearing Continues For Teen Convicted In Rengel Murder
  121. Cooler Than Normal Temperatures Continue For Chilly July
  122. Talks Progress As City Worker Strike Enters Day 23
  123. StreetBeat – Jul.14 – Teen Shot, Another Stabbed
  124. Clean Up Complete After Racist Graffiti Found In The Beach Neighbourhood
  125. Man Blames Strike For Partner’s Death, Slow Ambulance Response Time
  126. Is MPP George Smitherman’s Street Cleaning Prelude To A Push For City Hall?
  127. Trial Of Six Men In Bandidos Slaying To Resume With Key Witness Testimony
  128. Gatti Death: Lawyer Asks For Release Of Wife
  129. Arson Suspect Fighting To Survive After Industrial Explosion
  130. Caribana Kicks Off
  131. Civic Strike Drags On
  132. Spy Watchdog Raps CSIS In Khadr Affair
  133. Funeral Wednesday For Connie Valencia-Russo, Found Dead In Car Trunk
  134. Woman Killed In Crash With Dump Truck
  135. Family Mourns Tori Stafford On What Would Have Been Her 9th Birthday
  136. StreetBeat – Jul. 15 – Robbery Shuts Down Dixon Road
  137. Electric Cars Get Boost With Provincial Funding
  138. Brampton Family Offers Cash Reward For Info On Missing Wife, Mother
  139. Hundreds At Muskoka Summer Camps Infected By H1N1
  140. Three Men Convicted In Largest Street Gang Trial In Canadian History
  141. Victim Tries To Drive Himself To Hospital Following Yorkdale Shooting
  142. TTC Drivers Hope To Get Protection From New Partitions
  143. Sixth Time Proves The Charm For Payette As Shuttle Thunders Skyward
  144. The Last Great Haberdashery: Rotman's On Spadina Closes Door After 75 Years
  145. New Day, New Dump Sites
  146. Two Canadians Reportedly Killed In Iran Plane Crash
  147. StreetBeat – Jul. 16 – Motorcyclist In Hospital After Midnight Crash
  148. Car Insurance Rates To Skyrocket
  149. Facebook Violates Canadian Privacy Law: Watchdog
  150. SIU Concludes Shooting Investigation Into Man Accused Of Slashing Cops, Killing Wife
  151. Officials Confirm Cases Of Swine Flu In Muskoka Summer Camps
  152. Teen Convicted In Death Of Stefanie Rengel To Address Court Before Sentencing
  153. Police Release Additional Images Of Suspects In Valencia-Russo Homicide
  154. Cooler-Than-Usual Summer Has Canadians Wondering When The Warm-Up Will Come
  155. Thunder Bay Women Cleared In Killings Of Canadian Couple In Mexico: Lawyer
  156. Famous People Players Needs Support For New Home
  157. Victim In Critical After East End Shooting
  158. Three-Hour Rescue Effort Saves Worker Nearly Buried Alive By Sand
  159. Man Accused Of Kidnapping, Killing Tori Stafford to Appear In Court Friday
  160. StreetBeat – Jul. 17 – Police Officer Injured In Vaughan Crash
  161. Two Canadians Among The Injured In Deadly Blasts At Indonesian Hotels
  162. Day 26 Of Civic Workers Strike
  163. Teen Convicted In Rengel Murder To Take The Stand In Sentencing Hearing
  164. Man Drives Himself From Crime Scene After East-End Shooting
  165. StreetBeat - Jul. 17 - Pedestrian Struck And Killed In Newmarket
  166. Digging Up Stories: Documentary Seeks Public’s Tales Of The Don Valley Brick Works
  167. Canadian Troops Bid Farewell To Latest Fallen Soldier
  168. More Bad Press For Toronto As Maclean's Cover Declares 'Toronto Stinks'
  169. Speed A Factor In Fatal Oakville Crash
  170. Walter Cronkite Set The Standard, Say Canadian News Anchors
  171. Walter Cronkite, Legendary CBS Anchor Dead At 92
  172. Canadian Soldiers Shoot And Kill Afghan Civilian, Wound Three Others
  173. StreetBeat - Jul. 18 - Driver Ejected In 401 Rollover
  174. Expert Warns Of Strike-Related Flu Deaths
  175. Residents Band Together To Clean Up City Streets
  176. Kids Take To The Streets For Junior Carnival
  177. Man Drowns Near Wasaga Beach
  178. Teen Shot Dead At Scarborough House Party
  179. Fallen Soldier Arrives Home
  180. Family, Friends Search For Missing Toronto Man
  181. Toronto Woman, Daughters Found Unconscious In Hotel Pool
  182. StreetBeat - Jul. 19 - Car Plows Into Store
  183. Garbage Strike Heats Up
  184. Remains Found Near Where Police Are Searching For Tori Stafford
  185. Listeriosis Investigator Set To Hand In Report To Agriculture Minister
  186. Woman Found Unconscious In Hotel Pool Dies In Hospital
  187. Week Five Begins With A Bang As Civic Workers Strike Continues
  188. StreetBeat – Jul. 20 – York Region Car Chase Ends Up In Cabbagetown
  189. Tori Stafford's Family Believes Found Body Is Hers
  190. Victim Hit In The Head With Hammer, Stabbed In City’s Latest Homicide
  191. Two Orbiting Canadian Astronauts Recall Moon Landing During Space Station Linkup
  192. Canadians Lament Why They Weren't First To Walk On Moon
  193. Police Cruiser Crashes Into Queen West Building, Forcing Evacuation And Road Closure
  194. Motorcycle Accident Claims Man's Life In Markham
  195. OPP Expected To Confirm Remains Are That Of Tori Stafford
  196. Police Cruiser, Van Collide In Brampton
  197. What’s Toronto Mayor David Miller Doing With His Garbage?
  198. StreetBeat – Jul. 21 – Woman In Custody After 160km/h Police Chase
  199. City’s Latest Murder Victim Likely Beaten To Death
  200. Ottawa Slow To Act After Listeriosis Outbreak: Report
  201. Strike Day 30: Smitherman Cleans, City Tackles Building Permits
  202. Bank Of Canada Keeps Rates At Historic Lows, Brightens Economic Outlook
  203. VIA Rail Union Issues Strike Notice, Deadline Is Noon Friday
  204. Gas Leak Forces Evacuations On Bloor West
  205. Teen Shot Four Times Near The Allen Expressway
  206. Cloudy Wednesday Just The Beginning Of A Week’s Worth Of Rainy Weather
  207. Via Could Be Crippled By Strike, Some Trains Already Cancelled
  208. City Coping With Civic Workers’ Strike As Provincial Politicians Hit Toronto
  209. Win Some, Lose Some: Brampton Lottery Winner Arrested After Collecting Four Million D
  210. StreetBeat – Jul. 22 – Shots Fired In Toronto, Trucks Hijacked In York Region
  211. Inmates Return To Their Cells At Warkworth Prison
  212. Family Of Murder Victim Makes Emotional Plea
  213. 'Non-Swimmer' Mother And Daughters Died From Drowning: Autopsy
  214. Despite Recent Killings, Crime Rates Down In Toronto
  215. Afghan Girl Killed, Policemen Injured In Two Separate Incidents In Kandahar
  216. Black Widow Spiders Spotted In GTA
  217. Refunds In Store For Cancelled City Camps, Daycares
  218. Police Mum On Reports Of Arrests In Case Of Four Found Dead In Rideau Canal
  219. Massive Rainfall Prompts Weather Warnings
  220. Inmate Dead, 13 Others In Hospital Following Warkworth Prison Protest
  221. Possible Salmonella Contamination Prompts Lettuce Recall
  222. Agreement Reached In Windsor Civic Worker Strike
  223. StreetBeat – Jul. 23 – Pedestrian Struck At Dundas And Spadina
  224. Good Samaritan Helps Reunite Wandering Child With His Parents
  225. Via Passengers Left Scrambling Ahead Of Possible Strike
  226. Police Allege 3 Teens, Caregiver, Found Dead In Rideau Canal Were Murdered By Family
  227. Passport Regulation Complicates Already Low American Travel To Canada
  228. Suspects Flee After Frightening Home Invasion
  229. Civic Worker Strike: Day 33
  230. Talks With VIA Rail Break Down, Strike Likely
  231. Toronto Files Labour Board Petition To Keep EMS At Required Levels During Strike
  232. Union Station To Get 640 Million Dollar Overhaul
  233. Charity Cafe That Employs At Risk Youth Can't Open Due To Strike
  234. City Pushes For Court Injunction Against Picketers At Bluffer’s Park, Social Service
  235. Memorial Service To Be Held For Slain Tamil Youth
  236. Canadian Soldier Says He Shot Friend In Afghanistan In Self-Defence
  237. Man Dies After Shooting Outside Annex Bar
  238. Via Rail Confirms Hundreds Of Layoffs Due To Rail Strike
  239. Teen Dies In Crash With Tractor-Trailer On Hwy 400
  240. StreetBeat - Jul. 25. - Driver Turns Himself In After Allegedly Fleeing Crash Scene
  241. Hundreds Gather At Queen's Park To Protest Human Rights Violations In Iran
  242. Union, City Negotiate Toward Sunday Deadline
  243. Via Rail Service To Resume Late Sunday
  244. Heavy Rain Causes Flooding Across The City
  245. Heavy Rains Cause Flooding Across GTA
  246. Strike Day 35: Midnight Deadline Looms
  247. StreetBeat - Jul. 26 - Two Killed In Peterborough Rollover
  248. Massive Sinkhole Shuts Down Finch Avenue From Dufferin To Wilmington
  249. Make Or Break: 7am Deadline Approaches For City Worker Strike
  250. How Much Do You Know About This Summer’s News? Take This Quiz To Find Out