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  1. Cops Issue Pictures Of Suspected Subway Shooter
  2. No Misconduct Found In Milgaard Wrongful Conviction Case
  3. Liberal Candidate Forced Out Over Comments About Jews And 911
  4. 87-Yr.-Old Killed By Recycling Truck While Walking Dog
  5. Party Leaders Converge On T.O. As Stephane Dion Invokes Sluggish Economy And Mike Har
  6. Vancouver Police Say They Used Taser On Teen Mom To Save Baby's Life
  7. CityNews Rewind: Is The TTC Falling Apart?
  8. Is The TTC Crumbling?
  9. Canadian Leaders Talk Tough On Finances
  10. NDP Edge Closer To Official Opposition: Poll
  11. Sleeping Girl Hit By Stray Bullets
  12. Stephen Harper In T.O. For High School Anniversary As Poll Suggests Conservatives Nea
  13. Missing Autistic Boy Found
  14. Two Canadian Soldiers Injured In Taliban Attack
  15. Layton To Release NDP Platform Sunday
  16. Harper Says No To Anti-Poverty Video
  17. Parts Of New Brunswick And Nova Scotia Brace For Kyle, 120 Km Winds
  18. Don Valley Parkway Closed
  19. Do Not Call List Comes In Effect Tuesday
  20. Viva Bus Still On Strike, End Of Adult Tickets For TTC
  21. Leaders Gear Up For Debate Wednesday
  22. Sentencing Monday For Drive-Thru Killer
  23. Jays President Paul Godfrey Steps Down
  24. Layton Calls For All-Party Meeting Over Financial Turmoil
  25. Bailout Bust Has GTA Investors Nervous
  26. Teen In Critical Condition Following Stabbing
  27. Third Teen Suspect In Bendale School Shooting Finally Surrenders To Cops
  28. Gas Prices Drop Across GTA
  29. Driver Under Arrest After Fatal Crash On QEW
  30. Search Continues For Two Missing Boys Near Bowmanville
  31. Cops Crack Down On Idling
  32. Multi-Vehicle Crash Closes Northbound 400, Car Crashes Into Ravine On Lawrence Ave.
  33. Liberals Accuse Harper Of Plagiarism Ahead Of Crucial Televised Debates
  34. Ontario Ombudsman Calls SIU "Muzzled Watchdog" In Scathing Review
  35. Raptors Taking No Chances With Rookie Jawai After Irregular Result In Cardiac Test
  36. Police Officer, Driver Taken To Hospital Following Car Fire
  37. Devastating Errors: Report On Child Forensic Pathology Due Out
  38. Economy To Take Centre Stage In French Leaders Debate
  39. Conservative Aide Quits Amid Plagiarism Scandal
  40. Proposed Starbucks In Kensington Ignites Anger
  41. Thousands Of Muslims Celebrate Eid At Rogers Centre
  42. Man Claims He Was Wrongfully Accused Following Smith's Testimony
  43. Subway Shutdown On Part Of Yonge Line After Problem At York Mills Station
  44. Harper Hammered On Economy In French Debate
  45. Commuters In York Region Warned Viva Strike Could Last A While
  46. First Snowfall Up North And Cooler Temps Here Prove Winter’s Not Far Away
  47. $10,000 Reward For Information On The “Exchange Bandit”
  48. Second Person Dies Days After 400 Crash
  49. Passengers On Toronto To Detroit Greyhound Bus May Have Been Exposed To TB
  50. Police Charge Mom And Daughter In $3.5 Million Lottery Ticket Dispute
  51. Leaders Prep For English Debate, But Does Anyone Really Care?
  52. Black Bear Surprises Subway Sandwich Shop Worker
  53. GO Transit Officials Warn Of New Union Station Numbering System Starting This Wknd.
  54. One Winner Emerges From Ontario To Claim $35 Million Lotto 6/49 Jackpot
  55. Wrongly Convicted Man Launches $13 Million Lawsuit
  56. Couple Astounded After Being Threatened By City Over Graffiti Clean-up
  57. Emotional Dad Pleads For Info On Son's Killer
  58. Leaders Pounce On Harper's Lack Of A Plan In The Face Of Recession
  59. With Debates Done, Party Leaders Gear Up For Election Day
  60. Clever Thief Dupes Bystanders And Goes To Incredible Lengths To Stage A Robbery
  61. Nuit Blanche May Create Some Traffic Hassles For Drivers Downtown This Weekend
  62. Pickering Family Frantic After Son Missing Almost A Week
  63. Advanced Polls Now Open
  64. Suspect Arrested For Vicious Sex Assault
  65. Do You Have A Peak Oil Plan? Find Out How Some Torontonians Are Preparing
  66. Cops ‘Vanquish’ $4 Million Worth Of Drugs In Eight Month-Long Undercover Operation
  67. Reward Offered To Catch Vandal Who Hit Fallen Firefighter Memorial
  68. U.S. Bailout Bill Finally Passes Congress
  69. Ted Rogers Shares Life And Business Experience In Biography "Relentless"
  70. Sam The Record Man Sign To Be Illuminated For Last Time This Weekend
  71. Alleged Bank Robber Dubbed ‘The Exchange Bandit’ Turns Himself In
  72. Teen May Have Run Off With Man She Met On The Internet
  73. Teen Stabbed Multiple Times At Yonge And Gould
  74. Rare Sighting: Gilles Duceppe In Toronto
  75. Motorcyclist Dies In Gardiner Crash
  76. Cops Hunt For Missing Mother, 23, And Child
  77. Day 28 Of The Campaign, And No Conservative Platform
  78. Latest Poll Has Conservatives Slipping Away From Majority
  79. Nearly A Million People Expected To Attend Nuit Blanche
  80. Montreal Police Shoot And Wound Teen Suspect
  81. NDP Candidate Quits In Wake Of Obscene Comments
  82. Eastbound Gardiner Closure And Charity Run Cause Traffic Hassles Sunday
  83. Canadian Soldier Injured In Afghanistan
  84. Woman Trapped Under Streetcar In Critical Condition
  85. Knife Found On Scene Of Montreal Police Shooting
  86. Vandals Cut Brake Lines Of Liberal Supporters In Toronto
  87. Nine Days To Go Until Federal Election
  88. Police Appeal For Witnesses In Teen’s Murder
  89. Fallen Firefighters Honoured At Solemn Tribute
  90. Nuit Blanche: A Look Back
  91. Layton 'Heartened' After British Commander Calls For Taliban Talks
  92. SIU Called In After Beech Avenue Shooting
  93. Harper To Boost Child Care Benefit
  94. Canadian Among Three Skydivers To Complete First Ever Jump Over Mt. Everest
  95. One Week To Go In Election Campaign
  96. Transit Strike, New GO Platforms Cause Commuter Headaches
  97. Markets Have Humpty Dumpty Monday
  98. Funeral Held For Teen Gunned Down On Basketball Court
  99. More Than Two Dozen Liberal Supporters Targeted By Vandals
  100. Students Remember Murdered Classmate
  101. Angry CAW Workers Take Boots To Fin. Min.’s Office
  102. Sam The Record Man Sign Comes Down On Yonge St.
  103. Bus Beheading Suspect To Be Charged With 2nd Degree Murder
  104. Drivers May Get Break As Durham Police Begin Work-to-Rule
  105. Are There Are Any Safe Investments Left?
  106. Driver Alert: Gas To Go Down 5 Cents By Tuesday
  107. Man Wanted For Assaulting Woman – And Her Dog
  108. Mom Sets Up Bedside Vigil After Daughter Run Over By Streetcar
  109. Family Alleges Cops Tasered And Beat Up Autistic And Disabled Man In His Own Bedroom
  110. City Eyeing Tax Increase For Homeowners
  111. Harper To Release Economic Platform Tuesday
  112. Man Wanted For Assaulting Woman And Her Dog Was Hiding At Yonge And Sheppard
  113. Microwave Ovens: Why What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
  114. Ontario May Consider Regulating Tanning Beds
  115. Mock Funeral Held To Protest Job Cuts
  116. Gilligan’s Island Scenario Confronts World Markets For Second Straight Day
  117. Liberal Supporters Receive Threatening Phone Calls
  118. Deputy Police Chief Collapses After Speech
  119. Harper Responds To Reporters
  120. Police Recover Gun And Knife After Chase Near Public School
  121. Turnaround: Tories Claim Stephane Dion Plagiarized Someone Else's Speech
  122. MPPs Give Themselves Day Off To Vote Next Week
  123. Julie Couillard Opens Up On The Scandal, Her Past And Her Book
  124. CityNews Helps Family Accused Of 'Graffiti' Crime
  125. Platform By Platform: What Are They Promising?
  126. Jack Layton A No-Show At Toronto-Danforth Candidates’ Debate
  127. No Suspects Yet In City's Latest Murder
  128. U Of T Will Host Tribute For Sheela Basrur
  129. Grim Forecast For Ontario Economy
  130. Canadian Solider Shot In Afghanistan
  131. Harper’s Economic Stance Could Hurt Him: Poll
  132. Turnaround: Tories Claim Stephane Dion Plagiarized Someone Else's Speech
  133. Councillors Try To Name Street OMB Folly As Form Of Protest
  134. Culture Rally Heats Up Toronto Park
  135. Mother And Baby Hit By Car
  136. Disturbing Infestation Hits Local Chinese Restaurant
  137. Suspect Named In Teen’s Murder
  138. Stephane Dion Continues Attacks On Harper
  139. Afghan Mission Price Tag More Than $20B According To Think Tank
  140. Another Rat Sighting At Chinatown Restaurant, Which Remains Open For Business
  141. Maple Leaf Still Plagued By Listeria
  142. Cops Hunt For Man Accused Of Impersonating Officer
  143. Suspect Charged With Second Degree Murder In 17-Yr-Old's Death
  144. Three Hit With Bullets In Ravine Near Jane And Wilson
  145. Man Critically Injured In Crash Involving Tractor Trailer
  146. Ottawa To Purchase $25B In Mortgages In Wake Of Global Credit Crunch
  147. Drop By And Donate: BT CityNews Fall Food Drive On All Day
  148. What's Open And Closed For The Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend
  149. The Secret To A Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey
  150. Despite Economic Woes, Harper Boasts Huge Job Increases
  151. Henry Morgentaler Receives Order Of Canada
  152. Health Inspectors Continue To Probe Rat Infestations
  153. Federal Leaders Converge In Battleground GTA Ahead Of Final Push
  154. Loonie Takes Steepest One-Day Dive Ever
  155. Dufferin Shooting Leaves 25-Year-Old In Serious But Stable Condition
  156. College Station Evacuated After Suspicious Item Found
  157. Driver Presumed Dead After Van Crashes Into Lake Ontario
  158. Viva Bus Strike Ends
  159. Multi-Vehicle Crash Blocked Traffic Saturday Morning
  160. After Martin, Chretien Comes Out To Support Liberals
  161. Tories Widening Lead, Majority In Sight: Poll
  162. Stephen Harper Says He's Been Demonized In Quebec
  163. Flaherty Reassures Canada About Its Economic Growth After White House Meeting
  164. International Monetary Fund Endorses Plan By Rich Countries To Fight Credit Crisis
  165. Despite Polls, Layton Presses On In Quebec
  166. Dion Bid For Left Voters Has Some Greens Seeing Red
  167. Violent Night In Peel Leaves Three Men Dead
  168. Toronto Marks 55th Murder: Wounded Man Succumbs To Injuries
  169. Food Inspection Agency Warns Of ‘No Name’ Flour
  170. Harper In Quebec, Dion In Ontario With Two Days Left In Campaign
  171. Names Released In Lake Ontario Van Crash
  172. T.O. Burger Joints Offer Surprisingly Accurate Election Polls
  173. Layton Jabs At Harper From Ontario's Crippled Manufacturing Heartland
  174. Health Canada Approves Use Of Preservative That Could Stem Growth Of Listeria
  175. Two Women Killed, One Injured On Thanksgiving
  176. Last Day On Hustings For Federal Leaders
  177. Wall Street Soars As Government Pledges Bank Aid
  178. Victim Identified In Peel Murder
  179. What Do You Need To Vote?
  180. Voters Head To The Polls
  181. Final Two Victims Identified In Separate Peel Murders
  182. The Top 10 Things You Never Knew About Canadian Elections
  183. Why Don't More People Vote In Canadian Elections?
  184. Ontario Passes Judgment On Harper’s Minority Government
  185. GTA Weather To Go From Summer Hot To Late Fall Cold In Just A Few Days
  186. Charges Dropped Against Soldier In Shooting Death Of Colleague In Afghanistan
  187. Some Local Polling Stations Report Problems And Fail To Open On Time
  188. Woman Shot Through Her Front Door, Man Sentenced Four Years Later
  189. School Lockdowns Lifted After Man Shot Dead At Eglinton And Bellamy
  190. Doctors Try To Save Man's Life After Brampton Stabbing
  191. Gas Going Up More Than 3 Cents Wednesday, Despite Big Drop On World Markets
  192. Big Names And Big Rivalries Hang In The Balance As Final Voting Hours Loom
  193. Campaign Trail Photos: NDP's Marilyn Churley In Crescent Town
  194. Major Party 'Underdogs' Battle Uphill In Downtown Ridings
  195. Back Where We Started From: Tories Keep Minority Gov’t.
  196. Green Scene: Toronto Candidate Ellen Michelson On Party's Historic Campaign
  197. Elizabeth May Loses To Peter MacKay In Nova Scotia
  198. Harper, Dion, Layton, Duceppe Win Their Ridings
  199. Conservatives Return With More Seats, But Still A Minority
  200. Dion Doesn't Resign, But Future For Liberal Leader Uncertain After Party's Poor Showi
  201. Harper Experiences Both Joy And Sorrow In Win
  202. NDP's Layton Says No 'Gold Medal' But An Improved Showing For Party
  203. Toronto Paints The Town Red Again
  204. Election Winners: Province By Province
  205. Defeat Means Dion's Days Numbered, Liberals Say
  206. The Minority Rules: Your Reaction
  207. Flaherty, Rae, Ignatieff Among Prominent Victors
  208. Voter Turnout Hits Lowest Level In History
  209. Peel’s Latest Murder Victim Just 14 Years Old
  210. Recount Scheduled For Kitchener-Waterloo, Others Possible In Quebec
  211. Three Charged In Street Racing Death, Including Alleged 'Flagman'
  212. PM Vows Canada Will Weather Economic Storm, Releases Six-Point Plan
  213. Low Voter Turnout: Your Reaction
  214. Is Stephane Dion A Lame Duck Leader?
  215. Looking Ahead To Another Dysfunctional Parliament: Has Anything Changed?
  216. Toronto's 59th Murder Victim Of 2008 Identified
  217. Can Justin Trudeau Follow In His Father's Footsteps?
  218. Ontario College Kids Win Largest Pro Line Pools Jackpot Ever
  219. Couple Charged After 10 Week Old Boy Found With Skull Fracture And Multiple Broken Bo
  220. Liberal Leader Stephane Dion Expected To Step Down, Report Suggests
  221. Jane Creba Boxing Day Shooting Trial Finally Begins
  222. Three Canadian Soldiers Wounded in Blast
  223. Peel Councillors Grill Police Chief Over Stunning Rise In Murder Rate
  224. Police Release Video Footage Of Apparent Shooting
  225. Peel Murders: The Tragic List
  226. Cops Think Video Shows Teen’s Killers
  227. Another Spadina Restaurant Closed Over Health Concerns
  228. Finally! Gas To Slip Below A Dollar A Litre By Friday
  229. Gas Prices Drop Below A Buck A Litre
  230. Police Issue Warning About Movie Promotion For "Saw"
  231. Police Arrest Suspect In Engagement Party Murder
  232. Police Search For Two Missing Jane-Finch Kids
  233. Oshawa Couple Charged With Lottery Fraud
  234. City Hall Looking At Hiking Your Water Bill 9% A Year For The Next 6 Years
  235. Child’s Bedroom Window Shattered By Bullet
  236. Have Advertisers Gone Too Far?
  237. Last Days Of Dion? Grit Leader Expected To Announce Resignation Monday
  238. Canada To Become First Country To Ban ‘Baby Bottle’ Chemical
  239. Fed Up Victim Offers Own Reward For Alleged Thief's Capture
  240. Water Main Break Victim: Something Has To Be Done
  241. Vigil Held For Brampton Teen Killed In Stabbing
  242. Young Offender Arrested In Mississauga Murder
  243. Police Hunt For Third Victim After Late Night Shooting
  244. Don’t Recycle? Prepare To Pay
  245. Automatic Judicial Recount In Kitchener-Waterloo
  246. Harper May Run Deficit
  247. Chinatown's Happy Seven Reopens With Green Light From Public Health
  248. ETF Called In After Shots Ring Out In Entertainment District
  249. Toronto Marathon Takes Off
  250. Dion’s Replacement Named: Report