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  1. Canadians Believe Government Has Done A Fair Job Handling H1N1: Poll
  2. Prince Charles Winds Up Canadian Visit With Tree-Planting
  3. Prince Charles Heads Home, Winds Up Canadian Visit With Tree-Planting
  4. Fast Food Exempt From HST
  5. Alleged Fort Hood Gunman Facing 13 Murder Counts
  6. More Flu Cases In Toronto, Medical Officer Warns
  7. Man Flees After Bizarre Joyride
  8. Healthy Kids Won‚??t Need Second H1N1 Shot
  9. Teenage Girl Struck And Killed By York Transit Bus
  10. Don Jail Beating Victim Remains In Grave Condition
  11. Murdered Teen Hoped To Be A Police Officer
  12. 911 Call That Captured Bus Driver's Shooting Played In Court
  13. War Vet A Hero Again After Foiling Poppy Robbery
  14. Man Free After Acquittal In Sexual Assault Due To Sexsomnia
  15. Three Pedestrians Struck, Two Fatally, In The GTA
  16. Thousands Expected To Take Part In TTC Boycott
  17. Police Head Back To Garbage Transfer Station In Search For Missing Mariam Makhniashvi
  18. Nov. 13 ‚?? StreetBeat ‚?? Truck Rollover Snarls Morning Traffic
  19. Federal Lawyers Say Fate Of Omar Khadr Is Not In Court's Domain
  20. Health Canada Approves Adjuvant-Free H1N1 Vaccine
  21. Ont. Couple Living In 'War Zone' Next To Aboriginal Occupation, Court Told
  22. Deputy Health Minister Resigns
  23. Friends Mourn Teen Victim Of Bus Accident
  24. Two Flu Assessment Centres Open In Peel
  25. Local Character - Nomadic Artist Scotty Schafer Urges Others To Follow Their Dreams
  26. Former Child Prostitute-Turned Law Student Vows To Change Canada‚??s Child Welfare La
  27. Federal Lawyers Says Fate Of Khadr Not In Court's Domain
  28. Friend Grieving Murdered Teen Finds Car Ticketed And Towed
  29. Mistrial Declared For Mother Accused Of Beating Toddler To Death
  30. Thief Makes Off With Poppy Donation Box
  31. Disgruntled Riders Take Part In TTC Boycott
  32. Two Men Stabbed Near Guvernment Nightclub
  33. Harper Criticized On Climate Change At APEC Summit
  34. StreetBeat - Nov. 14 - Stabbing At Warden Station Overnight
  35. Porter Pilot Blacks Out On East Coast Flight
  36. Moose Becomes The First Victim Of Armed Border Guard Policy
  37. Pets Let Loose At York Cemetery
  38. Hard-Working Mother Died On Way To Second Job
  39. Harper Says No Climate Deal Will Be Reached At Talks Next Month
  40. Brampton Teen Arrested In Home Invasion Murder
  41. Shots Fired Near Bloor West Village
  42. Brothers Stabbed In City‚??s East End
  43. McGuinty Offers Aid To Philippines After Devastating Typhoons
  44. Harper Says Climate Negotiations Mired In Minutiae
  45. Police To Interview Every Student At Mariam Makhniashvili‚??s School
  46. Expanded Hours For T.O. Flu Clinics, Kids 13 & Under, Seniors Added To Priority List
  47. HST Bill To Be Introduced Monday
  48. Bryant Due Back In Court In December, Charged With Death Of Cyclist
  49. Reign In Greedy Cable Companies, Broadcaster Urges CRTC
  50. Rein In Greedy Cable Companies, Broadcaster Urges CRTC
  51. One-Quarter Of Canadians Have Received H1N1 Shot
  52. McGuinty Liberals Introduce HST Bill
  53. TV System 'Broken' Without More Money: Broadcaster Tells CRTC
  54. Police Believe Missing Stratford Girl Is In The GTA
  55. Police Release Sketch Of Man Wanted In Sexual Assault
  56. Unknown Hero Gets Credit For Taking Two Armed Men Off Of Toronto‚??s Streets
  57. Police Begin To Interview Every Student At Mariam Makhniashvili‚??s School
  58. Body Found In Mississauga Park
  59. Toronto‚??s Most-Dangerous Intersections For Pedestrians
  60. TTC To Vote On Fare Increase Tuesday
  61. H1N1 Restrictions Lifted In Some Health Units, But Not Toronto
  62. Offer Canadians Low-Cost Skinny TV Package, CBC Tells Cable Firms
  63. Food Bank Use Soars Across The Country
  64. Murdered Teen Laid To Rest
  65. Peel To Open H1N1 Clinics To All Residents On Thursday, Halton On Wednesday
  66. Provincial Watchdog Raises Privacy Concerns About Smart Grid Technology
  67. Body Found In Burned-Out Car
  68. H1N1 Clinics & Assessment Centres, Contacts & Symptom Information
  69. Toronto H1N1 Clinics Will Open To General Public On Wednesday
  70. TTC Votes To Increase Fares
  71. H1N1 Restrictions Lifted In Some Health Units Across Ontario
  72. Top Doctor Says Very Few Adverse Reactions To H1N1 Vaccine
  73. Man In Critical Condition After Violent Home Invasion
  74. Suspected Drug Lab Discovered In Mid-Town Home
  75. Upcoming G20 Meeting May Be Moved Out Of Muskoka: Report
  76. Police Searching For Three Suspects After Man Fatally Shot Inside West End Home
  77. Drug Lab Discovered In Mid-Town Home
  78. Harper Wraps Up Indian Visit With Tour Of Golden Temple
  79. Police Search For Suspects After Man Shot And Killed In Home Invasion
  80. Subway Service Resumes, Streets Open To Traffic
  81. 15-Yr.-Old Boy Among Suspects Arrested For Brampton Home Invasion & Murder
  82. TTC Apologizes For Chaos On Yonge Street
  83. Canadians Handed Over Innocent Afghans To Torture: Diplomat
  84. Liberals Say Tory Leaflets Suggest Grits Are Anti-Semitic, Demand Apology
  85. Canadians Handed Over Afghans To Torture: Diplomat
  86. 427 Southbound Closed Due To Tractor-Trailer Rollover
  87. Asthmatic Kids Have Higher Chance Of Developing Severe Cases Of H1N1: Report
  88. Dramatic Crash Cuts Power To Mississauga Neighbourhood
  89. Twelve-Year-Old Boy In Critical Condition After Being Struck By Van
  90. Victim Identified Following Ajax Stabbings
  91. Workers Protest As DriveTest Uses Managers To Keep Six Locations Open
  92. Police To Crackdown On Drivers In Bike Lanes
  93. Traffic Tie-Ups Trouble Torontonians - And Canadians Across The Country
  94. TTC Wants Enbridge To Pay For This Week‚??s Subway Shutdown
  95. Air Canada Offers Internet Service On Some Flights
  96. Eleven-Year-Old Boy In Critical Condition After Being Struck By Van
  97. Harper Government Rejects Call For Public Inquiry Into Afghan Prisoner Torture
  98. York U Rapid Transit Line Up And Running
  99. Flaherty Promises No New Spending In Next Year's Budget
  100. Autopsy Shows No Signs Of Foul Play After Body Found In Whitby Ravine
  101. Four Men, Young Offender Wanted In Kidnapping And Extortion Case
  102. Student Interviews Offer No New Leads In Case Of Missing Girl
  103. Success Of Afghan Mission Depends On Obama, Says Hillier
  104. Fourth Suspect Arrested In Fatal Brampton Home Invasion
  105. 17-Year-Old Girl Seriously Injured In 401 Crash
  106. Funeral Held For Teen Struck And Killed By Bus
  107. TTC Riders' Union Gains Momentum
  108. Family Of Missing Teen Hands Out Flyers Downtown
  109. Outspoken Wife Of Stephane Dion Offers Scathing View Of Ignatieff
  110. TTC To Suspend Token Sales Starting Monday
  111. Man Killed In Shooting Outside Bay Street Condo Overnight
  112. PM Lauds Press Freedom In Speech, Doesn't Take Questions From Reporters
  113. Ignatieff's New Chief Of Staff Aims To Turn Around Image
  114. One Dead, Five Injured In Separate Shootings Overnight
  115. 21-Year-Old Man Charged In One Of Two Stabbings
  116. Residents Evacuated After Explosion In Newmarket Home
  117. Police Probing Possible Abduction Outside Airport Hotel
  118. Toddler Dies After Fall At Pearson Airport
  119. Crown Agrees To Acquittal For Mom In Case Affected By Dr. Charles Smith
  120. Tory MPPs Stage Walkout Over HST
  121. Judge Acquits Four Men Charged In Jane Creba‚??s Murder
  122. No Weapon Found After Reported Gun Call At Toronto High School
  123. Deadly Morning On The Roads
  124. Police Corner Downtown Deer
  125. StreetBeat ‚?? Nov. 24 - Drive-Thru Blunder As Minivan Reverses Into McDonald's
  126. Man Dies In Hospital Following Weekend Banquet Hall Shooting
  127. What Bothers GTA Drivers? Toronto Cop Uses Twitter To Find Out
  128. Police Trying To Track Down Dangerous Offender
  129. Fed Gov‚??t Introduces New Child Porn Bill
  130. 25 Students Suspended After Kick A Ginger Day At Halton School
  131. Prisoner Escapes With Help Of Armed Men After Hamilton Hospital Visit
  132. City‚??s 53rd Murder Victim Identified, Vancouver Man Shot Dead Outside Bay Street Co
  133. Tories Won't Repeal Harmonized Sales Tax
  134. Competing Queues For New Downtown Condo Project
  135. Mounties Slow To Spend Anti-Child Porn Cash: Report
  136. StreetBeat ‚?? Nov. 25 ‚?? Suspected Booze Can Busted
  137. Still No Sign Of Escaped Prisoner
  138. TDSB Reportedly Considering All-Kindergarten School
  139. Tory Critics Link Abortion & Jobless Comments, Call Gov't Out Of Touch
  140. Rash Of Car Thefts In Leaside
  141. Little Found Guilty On Both Counts
  142. Hamilton Police Release Surveillance Video, Still No Sign Of Escaped Prisoner
  143. Officials Say Alberta Freelance Journalist Kidnapped In Somalia Free
  144. Back-To-Work Bill Tabled For DriveTest Strike, Libs. & NDP Abstain From Vote
  145. 21-Year-Old Found Not Guilty Of Attempted Murder In TTC Shooting
  146. Man Convicted In Crime Staged To Look Like Murder-Suicide
  147. 23-Year-Old Found Not Guilty Of Attempted Murder In TTC Shooting
  148. Leaside SUV Thefts Linked To Organized Crime
  149. City Cracks Down On Maple Leafs Sidewalk Ads
  150. Kidnapping Suspect Turns Himself Over To Police
  151. Alberta Journalist Kidnapped In Somalia Freed After 15 Months In Captivity
  152. Cyclist Seriously Hurt In East End Crash
  153. Zoo Workers Claim Grizzly Nearly Broke Free
  154. Class-Action Suits Filed Across Canada Against B.C.-Based Crib Manufacturer
  155. Ban On Hand-Held Phones For Drivers Ignored By Some, Police Say
  156. Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Robert Pickton's Appeal
  157. Arrest Warrant Issued For Murder Suspect
  158. Arrests Made At Toronto Humane Society
  159. TTC Releases Suicide Statistics
  160. Innocent Bystander Shot On TTC Bus, Just Days After Man Acquitted Of Attempted Murder
  161. Toronto Humane Society President Speaks In His Defence
  162. Discounted Fare If TTC Booths Run Out Of Tickets
  163. Police Probe Suspected Case Of Arson At East End Temple
  164. Toronto Humane Society President Speaks Out About Allegations
  165. Police Warn Public About Fake SickKids Foundation Donation Canisters
  166. Tories Throw Down Gauntlet On HST Legislation
  167. One Suspect Arrested For Hamilton Prisoner Escape
  168. Shots Fired During Oakville Jewellery Heist
  169. Driver Uninjured After SUV Hits Train
  170. Man Convicted Of Double Homicide Receives Two Life Sentences
  171. Officers Appeal For Witnesses After Innocent Bystander Shot On TTC Bus
  172. Police Looking For Driver Following Murder Of Retired Dentist
  173. Cash Reward Offered For Info On Murder Of Keegan Allen
  174. Prisoner Back Behind Bars, Two Suspects Arrested After Hamilton Jail Escape
  175. Mother-Son Reunion Thwarted By Immigration Rules
  176. CN Rail Engineers On Strike After Talks Break Down
  177. Second TTC Bus Caught In Crossfire
  178. Police Issue Arrest Warrant For Fourth Man In Prisoner Escape
  179. Woman Charged With Impaired Driving After Car Crashes Into Bridge
  180. Toronto Humane Society To Review Its Operations In Wake Of Charges
  181. Three Suspects At Large After Man Shot In West End
  182. PM Says Climate Plan Won't Change Much For Copenhagen Summit
  183. Five Injured In Three Separate East-End Stabbings
  184. Cabbie Arrested After Man Run Over
  185. Residents Treated In Hospital After Apartment Fire
  186. CN Rail Union Proposes Binding Arbitration To End Strike
  187. Ottawa To Table Back-To-Work Legislation Monday If CN Rail Strike Isn't Over
  188. OSPCA May Need To Extend Search Warrant
  189. Sick Cats Allegedly Fed Expired Food At Humane Society
  190. The Gloves Come Off: City Council To Debate Ice Time For Girls‚?? Hockey
  191. Ontario's Street Racing Law To Be Put To The Test
  192. Driving Instructors Rally At Queen‚??s Park, Want Provincial Drive Test Centres To Re
  193. Most Canadians Agree Warming Planet Is A Defining Crisis That Demands Action: Survey
  194. Elephant Dead At Toronto Zoo, Second To Die This Year
  195. OSPCA To Extend Search Warrant
  196. Police Believe Street People Are Being Hired To Steal From High End Stores
  197. Report: Feds Will Commit $20 Million To Maple Leaf Gardens Plan
  198. Council To Vote On New Billboard Tax & Bylaw
  199. Harper Gov't Introduces Back-to-Work Legislation In CN Rail Strike
  200. Toronto Humane Society Could Stay Closed For Weeks
  201. Tory MPPs Camp Out At Queen's Park In Protest
  202. NATO Announces Change To Canadian Area Of Responsibility In Kandahar
  203. Toronto Humane Society Could Be Closed For Weeks
  204. Debate On New Billboard Tax & Bylaw To Continue Wednesday
  205. Police Have New Leads In Cold Case Murder
  206. Elderly Woman Rushed To Hospital After SUV Crashes Into Store
  207. Elderly Woman Dies After SUV Crashes Into Store
  208. Vote On Ice Time Expected Wednesday
  209. Internal Affairs Probes Veteran Toronto Police Officer: Report
  210. Sit-In Ends At Queen‚??s Park, MPPs Apologize To Speaker
  211. Jury Deliberating Fate Of Woman Accused In Lesbian Axe Murder Plot
  212. Group Warns Poverty Rate Could Soar If Province Doesn't Live Up To Promises
  213. Part Of Jarvis Renamed Ted Rogers Way
  214. Man Critically Hurt, 7 School Kids Injured In Crash Near Peterborough
  215. From China, Harper Issues Canada's Economic Report Card; Liberals Unimpressed
  216. CN Rail Strike Settled As Two Sides Reach Agreement
  217. RCMP Investigate Possible Sighting Of Mariam Makhniashvili
  218. Humane Society Fights Back Against Cruelty Allegations
  219. Air Canada To Charge Economy Class Passengers For Second Checked Bag
  220. Greyhound To Reduce Ontario Service In New Year
  221. Woman Suffers Serious Arm Injury In Yonge Street Crash
  222. Harper Rebuked By Chinese Leader For Taking Too Long To Visit
  223. Big Show Of Support For Hazel McCallion, Who Faces Judicial Inquiry
  224. HST Public Hearings Begin Thursday
  225. Woman Injured In Yonge Street Crash
  226. Women Block Government Staff From Entering Shelter For Pregnant Teens
  227. Five Arrests In Murder Of Andre Daley
  228. HST Public Hearings Begin, Second Session Scheduled For Monday
  229. Man Arrested For Allegedly Pointing Laser At Police Chopper
  230. Public Hearings Begin & Feds Approve HST Motion For Ontario
  231. After Blockade, Government Staff Will Return To Shelter For Pregnant Teens
  232. Native Protest Against HST Takes Over Downtown Core
  233. OPP's Licence Plate Cameras Hit The Roads This Weekend
  234. Gun Charges Dropped In Creba Murder
  235. Guilty Verdict In Axe Murder Trial
  236. Ex-Winnipeg Mayor Drops Bid To Replace Miller
  237. Harper Rebuked By Chinese Leader For Taking Too Long To Visit
  238. Protesters Occupy Another Cabinet Minister‚??s Office Demanding Action On Climate Cha
  239. Demonstration At Canadian Embassy In Mexico Protests Killing Of Anti-Mine Activist
  240. Four People Shot In North York High Rise
  241. Judge Awards Toronto Woman $110,000 In Monthly Spousal Support
  242. Protesters Occupy Cabinet Minister‚??s Office Demanding Environment Action
  243. Shooting In North York High Rise Kills One, Injures Three
  244. Former Store Owner Admits Stealing $5.7 Million Lotto Ticket
  245. StreetBeat ‚?? Dec. 4 ‚?? Man Stabbed With A Pair Of Scissors
  246. Council Votes On Girls‚?? Hockey: Rinks Will Have To Prove Equal Ice Time
  247. Woman, 81, Robbed; Police Release Video Of Suspect
  248. Two Suspects Arrested In Mexico For Teacher‚??s Murder
  249. Another Reported Sighting Of Missing Teen In Alberta
  250. Harper Wraps Up Trip To China With Visit To Local Market