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  1. ETF Raids Targets Townhouse Complex Near Shuter And River
  2. Students To Protest Cops In School After One Of Their Own Arrested
  3. 2010 Torch Is Lit In Olympia, Greece
  4. Toronto MP Claims Harper Government Favours Tory Ridings
  5. Lucky Moose Owner Gets His Day In Court
  6. Funeral Held For Man Killed In Hit And Run
  7. Several People Fall Ill After Strange Smell Detected In Building
  8. H1N1 Shots Available In Ontario Starting Monday
  9. Students Protest Cops In School After One Of Their Own Arrested
  10. Toronto MP Claims Harper Government Favours Tory Ridings, Smitherman Disagrees
  11. Ontario To Post Record Deficit This Year
  12. Ontario To Post Largest-Ever Deficit This Year
  13. Funeral Held For Man Killed In Hit And Run, Suspect Vehicle Photo Released
  14. Smitherman Disputes MP's Claims Of Favouritism In Tory Ridings
  15. Attempted Murder Charges Laid After Man Stabbed
  16. Police Board Approves 11 More Surveillance Cameras
  17. Cell Phone Driving Ban Comes Into Effect Monday
  18. City Hall To Trim $25 Million From Budget
  19. Cdn. Chairman Of Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee Dies
  20. Man Injured As Crane Collapses At Dufferin And Steeles
  21. Top Toronto Fundraiser Wins Trip To Uganda
  22. Ottawa's Accumulated Deficit Hit $23.7 Billion As Of August
  23. Dramatic Crane Collapse At Dufferin and Steeles
  24. McGuinty Says He Won't Rush Recovery Plan Amid $24.7B Deficit
  25. New Video Released In Hit And Run Death
  26. Ontario Unveils 25-Year Plan To Stimulate Northern Economy
  27. Health Critic Says Gov't Needs To 'Step Up To The Plate' With H1N1
  28. Police Say String Of Recent Bank Robberies May Be Part Of Organized Crime Ring
  29. Man Killed In Industrial Accident
  30. New Video Shows Victim's Hand May Have Hit Suspect Vehicle
  31. Dozens Of Toronto Schools Face Possible Closure
  32. Police Believe Murder Victim's Hand May Have Hit Suspect Vehicle
  33. Funeral Held For Women Killed By Alleged Drunk Driver
  34. Boy Guides Car To Safety After Mother Blacks Out On QEW
  35. Tory Breakdown Of Infrastructure Spending In Ontario
  36. Tories Release Stimulus Numbers To Fight Accusations
  37. Parents Arrested After Allegedly Trying To Flee With Their Own Children
  38. Province‚??s Cellphone Ban Starts Monday
  39. Police Arrest Second Suspect In Murder Of Good Samaritan
  40. Hundreds Expected At Vigil For Hit-And-Run Victim
  41. Fifth Suspect Arrested, One At Large In After-Hours Shooting
  42. Vigil Held For Hit-And-Run Victim
  43. Mother Charged In Murder Of 15-Year-Old Boy
  44. Cellphone Ban Now In Effect For Drivers
  45. Local MPP To Face Charges Following Accident
  46. Bail Hearing For Woman Accused Of Murdering Her Teenage Son
  47. Changes To Amber Alert Program
  48. StreetBeat ‚?? Oct. 26 ‚?? Police Searching For 15-Year-Old Girl
  49. Two Toronto Police Officers Charged With Assault
  50. Search Continues For Missing Teen On Eve of 18th Birthday
  51. Fatal Stabbing In Mississauga
  52. Toronto Begins Vaccinations As Ottawa Purchases More Adjuvant-Free Flu Vaccine
  53. Woman Accused Of Murdering Her Teenage Son On Suicide Watch
  54. City Eyes Possible Budget Cuts
  55. McGuinty To Announce Details Of Full-Day Kindergarten
  56. City Council Votes Against Garbage Fee Increase
  57. 13-Year-Old Etobicoke Boy Dies From H1N1 Virus
  58. McGuinty Announces Details Of Full-Day Kindergarten
  59. Former Canwest Workers Protest Outside Court Hearing Issues Of Severance
  60. Donation Dependent, Canada's Guide-Dog Schools Struggle Through Tough Times
  61. H1N1 Vaccination Clinics
  62. Toronto Police Seize Library Computers Believed To Have Been Used By Missing Teen
  63. 13-Year-Old Etobicoke Boy Dies Of H1N1 Virus
  64. Ontario-Bound Small Plane Crashes On Takeoff In Michigan, Pilot Killed
  65. Teammates Of Deceased Teen Prescribed Tamiflu
  66. Police Seize Library Computers Believed To Have Been Used By Missing Teen
  67. Parents In Durham Region Rush To Have Kids Vaccinated
  68. Five-Year-Old Child Hit By School Bus
  69. Toronto-Area Woman Dies After Coyote Attack In N.S.
  70. Man Who Died In Small Plane Crash Identified
  71. Budget Cuts Are Coming, Premier Warns
  72. Bandidos Biker Slaying Case In Hands Of The Jury
  73. Popular Toronto-Area Musician Dies After Coyote Attack In N.S.
  74. Lengthy Delays Not Unreasonable In Cop Corruption Case: Court
  75. Surge In Demand At H1N1 Clinics, Emergency Rooms
  76. Calgary-Area Man Wants A Judge To Legitimize His Fifth Lottery Win
  77. Red Tape, Not Politicians, Is The Enemy In Hillier Memoir
  78. Canadian Soldier Killed In IED Blast In Afghanistan
  79. H1N1 Outbreak At Mount Sinai
  80. Police Recover Huge Arsenal Of Weapons
  81. Health Officials Issue Guidelines For Travelling During Flu Season
  82. Grow-Ops Reaching Epidemic Proportions In Ontario, Police Say
  83. Four Seriously Injured In Explosion And Fire
  84. High School Theatre Technician Charged With Sexual Assault
  85. Explosion Levels House Near Keele And Lawrence
  86. Toronto Dominates Provincial Worst Roads List
  87. Police Search For Suspect That Attacked Elderly Man With A Baseball Bat
  88. Foot Washes Up On Beach Near Vancouver
  89. Large Lines Expected At Toronto H1N1 Vaccine Clinics Thursday
  90. Man Accused Of Exposing Himself Inside A Public School
  91. Lt.. Justin Boyes Headed Home After Ramp Ceremony In Kandahar
  92. Long Lines At Toronto H1N1 Vaccine Clinics
  93. Peel Only Region In GTA Not Offering H1N1 Shot At Clinics To Pregnant Women
  94. Overwhelming Demand Forces Early Line Closures At Toronto Flu Clinics
  95. National Post Could Close As Early As Friday
  96. Kellestine Found Guilty Of 8 Counts Of First-Degree Murder In Bandidos Slaying
  97. Overwhelming Demand Forces Early Line Closure At H1N1 Clinics
  98. Toronto Company Gives Employees Time Off Work To Get Flu Shot
  99. Haunted Toronto, Part One
  100. Mother Speaks Of Singer Killed By Coyotes
  101. Long Lines Anticipated Again At Toronto Flu Clinics
  102. Alleged Drunk Driver Charged In Fatal Crash To Appear In Court
  103. Harper Gov't Unloads Boxes Of Stimulus Spending Details
  104. Some H1N1 Vaccine Questions Answered
  105. Privacy Watchdog Gives Green Light To See-Through Scanners
  106. Police Launch New Pedestrian Safety Campaign In Time For Daylight Savings, Halloween
  107. Long Lines Again At Toronto Flu Clinics
  108. Tories Target Swing Votes In Bid To Kill Gun Registry
  109. Plan To Begin General Public Vaccinations On Monday Delayed By Province
  110. Four-Alarm Fire Near Lawrence And Bayview
  111. Family Doctors Express Frustration With Lack Of H1N1 Doses
  112. Roof Of Heritage Property Collapses In Four-Alarm Fire
  113. Single H1N1 Shot Sufficient, Pregnant Women Can Use Adjuvanted Vaccine: WHO
  114. Haunted Toronto, Part Two
  115. Another Canadian Soldier Dies In Afghanistan
  116. Canada's Afghan Strategy Tested With Death Of Latest Soldier
  117. Ontario Girl Dies After Contracting H1N1
  118. Clocks Go Back This Weekend
  119. Body Of Sapper Steven Marshall Headed Back To Canada After Ramp Ceremony
  120. Double Shooting In City's West End
  121. Body Of Lt. Justin Boyes Arrives Home
  122. Tempers Flare At Overloaded H1N1 Clinics
  123. Prince Charles, Camilla Arrive In Canada Monday For Whirlwind Visit
  124. Itinerary For The Prince And Duchess' Tour Of Canada
  125. Razor Blade, Needle Found In Halloween Candy
  126. Man Stabbed On Queen Street West
  127. Itinerary For The Royals' Tour Of Canada
  128. Man Killed In Double Shooting Identified
  129. What Canadians Really Think Of Americans
  130. Private Clinic Offering Flu Shots While Thousands Continue To Wait
  131. Funeral Monday For Evan Frustaglio
  132. T.O. Flu Shot Clinics Open Monday To High-Risk Groups Only
  133. Province To Propose Auto Insurance Overhaul
  134. Striking Driving Examiners Expected To Vote Against Latest Offer
  135. Police Release Victim Photo, Autopsy Results In Toronto‚??s 45th Homicide
  136. Parks Canada Says Dead Coyote Believed To Be Involved In Fatal Attack On Hiker
  137. Body Of Canadian Soldier To Arrive Home On Tuesday At CFB Trenton
  138. Hundreds Attend Funeral For Evan Frustaglio
  139. T.O. Flu Clinics Open Monday To High-Risk Groups Only
  140. Commons To Hold Emergency Swine-Flu Debate
  141. Charles And Camilla Arrive In Canada
  142. Police Release Victim Photo, Make Appeal In Toronto's 45th Homicide
  143. Critics Say Harper Government 'Failed Miserably' On Swine Flu
  144. Man Shot And Killed In City‚??s East End
  145. Police Hunt For Suspect After Fatal East-End Shooting
  146. Province Considers Vaccination Clinics At Schools And Workplaces
  147. Truckers Protest May Tie Up GTA Highways
  148. Truckers Protest Descends On Queen's Park
  149. Two Charges Against Shop Owner Dropped Following Citizen's Arrest
  150. Body Of Latest Canadian Soldier To Die In Afghanistan Arrives At CFB Trenton
  151. Federal Disaster Plan Comes Up Short: Auditor General
  152. Police Identify Victim, Hunt For Suspect After Fatal Shooting Near Pape And Danforth
  153. Tory MP Says She's Close To Having Support To Kill Gun Registry
  154. Evan Frustaglio Honoured As Hockey Team Returns To The Ice
  155. Police Probe Second Fatal Shooting In Less Than A Week
  156. TTC Fare Hike May Be On The Horizon
  157. Excess H1N1 Vaccine Component Made In Canada Shipped Overseas: Report
  158. Striking Driving Examiners Urged To Vote Against Latest Offer
  159. H1N1 Assessment Centres Open Across Ontario
  160. MPs Wrangle As Divisive Gun Registry Bill Comes To A Vote
  161. Teen Convicted In Rengel Murder Will Stay In Youth Facility
  162. Rae Days To Return? McGuinty Ponders Unpaid Time Off For Civil Servants
  163. Charles And Camilla Land In Toronto
  164. Swine Flu Deaths In Ont. Rise To 37: Chief Medical Officer
  165. Victim Identified In Second Fatal Shooting In Less Than A Week
  166. Province Deals With H1N1 Vaccine Shortage
  167. Alberta Health Official Fired Over Calgary Flames Getting Special Flu Vaccine
  168. Little Speaks In Own Defence As Markham Double Murder Trial Continues
  169. Vote To Kill Gun Registry Wins Approval-In-Principle In Parliament
  170. Police Make Three Arrests After Man Shot In Head
  171. City Considers New Fees To Cover Budget Shortfall
  172. H1N1 Vaccine Program Cost Pegged At $500 Million
  173. 2-Month-Old Baby Dies Of H1N1
  174. H1N1 Vaccine, Given To Millions, Safe, No Serious Side-Effects Seen: WHO
  175. Man Found Dead At Annex Address
  176. Royal Couple In Hamilton, Niagara-On-The-Lake On Day 2 In Ontario
  177. Un-adjuvanted H1N1 Vaccine Now Available For Pregnant Women
  178. Man Found Dead At Downtown Address
  179. Homicide Detectives Probe Third Murder In As Many Days
  180. Infant, Two Adults Die Of H1N1, London, Ont. Health Official Says
  181. Three Teens Accused Of Stealing Poppy Donation Box
  182. Camilla Explores Her Canadian Roots At Hamilton's Dundurn Castle
  183. Employers Anxious About Hiring People With Disabilities
  184. Body Identified As Woman Who Saved Neighbours From Fire
  185. Vaccine Shortage Prompts New Concerns, Frustrations
  186. Report: 12 Dead Following Shootings On Texas Army Base
  187. Students Take To The Streets In Protest To End Poverty
  188. Gunman Still Alive Following Army Base Shooting That Left 12 Dead, 31 Wounded
  189. Natural Resources Minister Lisa Raitt's Past Expenses Questioned
  190. Investigators Trying To Pin Down Motive For Military Base Rampage
  191. O.P.P. Helicopter Used In Continued Search For Missing Teen
  192. Mother Of Infant Who Died Of Suspected H1N1 Urges Parents To Get Vaccinated
  193. Peel Vaccine Clinics Close Doors Due To Shortage
  194. Toronto Police Concerned For Safety Of Missing Woman
  195. Canadian Troops To Leave Afghanistan By 2011
  196. Toronto Wins Bid To Host Pan American Games
  197. Peel Vaccine Clinics To Close Doors Due To Shortage
  198. Woman Drives Over Cliff In Apparent Case Of Road Rage
  199. Ignatieff's Inner Circle Shrinks As Two More Aides Depart
  200. $50-Million Lottery Ticket Bought In Manitoba
  201. Man Stabbed To Death In Restaurant Kitchen
  202. Green Technologies In The Spotlight At Sold-Out Toronto Conference
  203. Man Charged In Murder Of Retired Dentist
  204. Canada Signs On To Continent-Wide Wilderness Protection Deal
  205. Man Killed At The Don Jail
  206. Woman Struck By Car After Taking Photo
  207. Mould, Slime Found At Maple Leaf Meat Plant: Reports
  208. U Of T Teachers Reach Tentative Deal, Averting Strike
  209. Smitherman To Resign Cabinet Post As He Prepares To Run For Toronto Mayor In 2010
  210. Police Ramp Up Search For Missing Teen
  211. Shortages Force Flu Clinics In Peel And Halton To Close
  212. George Smitherman Confirms He‚??ll Run For Mayor
  213. Police Searching For Missing Elderly Woman, Man
  214. Governor General Presents New Sacrifice Medals For Wounds, Deaths
  215. Police Searching For Missing Man
  216. Victim Identified In Fatal Restaurant Stabbing
  217. Tennis, Anyone? Warm Weather Has Toronto Playing Hooky
  218. Fall Of Berlin Wall Was Point Of No Return: Harper
  219. Two Shot Near Dufferin And Eglinton
  220. Three Charged After Man Killed At Don Jail
  221. 5-Token Limit For TTC Customers
  222. Toronto Traffic Jams Cost Canada Billions Of Dollars: Report
  223. Trio Charged In Fatal Jail Beating To Appear In Court Tue
  224. Education Minister Likes Idea Of Turning Shuttered Schools Into Community Hubs
  225. Suspect Arrested For Murder Of Richard Durant
  226. Island Airport Now Officially Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport
  227. Classes Resume At Vaughan School Hit By Tornado
  228. Residents Remember 1979 Mississauga Train Derailment
  229. Court Filings Show 4 Convicted In Bandidos Murders Want To Appeal
  230. Angry Riders Plan TTC Protest
  231. Toronto Remembers
  232. Queue Jumping Continues In H1N1 Vaccinations
  233. Canadian Efforts In Afghanistan Compared To Past War In Nov. 11 Ceremony
  234. Two Arrests In Connection To Alleged Illegal Spa In Vaughan
  235. Appreciation For Military May Be Highest Since Second World War, Harper Says
  236. Prince Charles Joins Thousands For National Remembrance Day Ceremony
  237. Shooting And Stabbing In Don Mills Area
  238. Toronto Woman Faces 10 Charges For Charity Fraud
  239. Vehicle Recovered Following Series OF Alleged High Speed Hit-And-Runs
  240. Girl's Hockey League Wants Ice Time For The Holidays
  241. Man Shot In City‚??s West End
  242. Toronto Port Authority Asks For Audit To Clear The Air
  243. Man Shot And Killed In City‚??s West End
  244. Man Flees After Bizarre Joy Ride
  245. TTC Smart Cards Still Years Away
  246. Three Suspects Wanted For Brampton Murder
  247. Strike Continues After Drive Test Workers Reject Offer
  248. Fast Food Will Reportedly Be Exempt From HST
  249. 18-Yr.-Old Man Shot And Killed In City‚??s West End
  250. Some GTA Testing Centres Open As DriveTest Strike Continues