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  1. Three-Yr.-Old Critical After Car Backs Into Him
  2. Toddler Dies After Driveway Crash, Dad Behind The Wheel
  3. Barrie Teen Still Missing After Fighting With Parents Over Video Games
  4. Police Raid In Entertainment District Expected To Result In Litany Of Charges
  5. Dion Expected To Step Down, McCallum Named As Likely Interim Leader
  6. Raw Milk Ambassador Found Guilty Of Contempt Of Court
  7. Group Reveals More Than 8,000 Disturbing Hate Sites On The Internet
  8. HIV Positive Man Charged With Murder After Two Women Die
  9. Meet The Top Candidates For Dion’s Job
  10. Dion’s Resignation Speech
  11. High-School Students Get To Sleep In Next Fall
  12. Highrise Fire Sends Several Children To Hospital
  13. Liberals Follow Dion’s Resignation Speech With Pleas For Money – And An Insensitive P
  14. Canada Post Could Face November Strike
  15. Toronto Crime Task Force Meeting
  16. Will The Maple Leafs Soon Have Some Company In Toronto?
  17. Snow In The Forecast For GTA Next Week, As Winter Preview Arrives Early
  18. Truck Driver Killed In Highway 27 Crash
  19. Voter Registration Material Sent To Dead Goldfish In Illinois
  20. Three Injured, Two Seriously, In Industrial Accident
  21. Enhanced Driver's Licences Could Pose Privacy Risk, Official Warns
  22. Temporary Glitch Fixed After RBC Debit System Fails
  23. Province: Brace For Less In Economic Statement
  24. New Leaf Rivals? Your Thoughts
  25. Funeral Held For 14-Year-Old Stabbing Victim
  26. Maple Leaf Plant Back In Business After Listeriosis Outbreak
  27. Toronto Cop Who Fought Impaired Drivers Killed By Man Thought To Be Under The Influen
  28. Barrie Parents Issue Plea To T.O. Residents About Missing Son
  29. Jane Creba Was Trying To Escape Boxing Day Bullet That Killed Her: Crown
  30. Former MP And Toronto Mayoral Candidate Charged With Assault
  31. Councillor Wants Ban On 'Gang Shrines'
  32. Ontarians Getting False Reassurance About Air Quality: Report
  33. How's Ontario Doing Amid Global Economic Crisis? We're About To Find Out
  34. GTA To Endure Another Another Winter-Like Day Before Getting A Break
  35. Public's Help Sought In Tracking Down TTC Assault Suspect
  36. Police Bust Theft Ring
  37. Arrests Reported In Murder Of 14-Year-Old Boy
  38. Two Seniors Rescued After Car Crashes Through 2nd Floor Parking Complex Wall
  39. Cdn. Dollar Falls Below 80 Cents U.S. For First Time Since 2005
  40. Forensic Expert Talks Bullets, Blood And Purses At Jane Creba Murder Trial
  41. City Prepares To Crack Down On Cheaters When New Pay Garbage System Starts
  42. Delays, Restraint And A $500 Million Deficit Highlight Ontario's Plans During Tough E
  43. Could There Be Labour Trouble Ahead With Ontario’s Budget Woes?
  44. $500 Million Deficit – Your Reaction
  45. Who Loses The Most By Ontario's Moves?
  46. Desperate Hunt Continues For Missing Video Game-Loving Teen
  47. Worry Grows For Missing Teen, As Students Hold Prayer Vigil At High School
  48. Flaherty Expected To Guarantee Bank Loans As Part Of Financial Crisis Plan
  49. Police Conduct Pre-Dawn Raids Targeting Gangs And Guns, Several Arrested
  50. T.O. Public Health Issues Warning After Restaurant Food Handler Develops Hepatitis A
  51. Mounties Bust Massive Drug Trading Ring Between Ontario And Australia
  52. Man Hit As Falling Metal Crashes Through Glass Ceiling At Eaton Centre
  53. Loonie Woes Kill Cross Border Shopping
  54. Some Took Pictures As Jane Creba Lay Dying: Witness
  55. Quebec Law Leads To Winter Tire Shortage
  56. Stars Align For 17th Annual Sick Kids Gala
  57. Toxic Lead Levels Found In Range Of Children's Toys
  58. Weekend Weather Washout: Get Ready For Lots Of Heavy Rain And The Risk Of Some Floodi
  59. Woman Offers $10,000 Contest For Couples Willing To Avoid Sex Before Marriage - And N
  60. Volunteers Lead Search For Missing Barrie Teen As Parents Remain Hopeful
  61. Wall Street Headed For Another Dramatic Plunge As Recession Fears Prompt Panic
  62. Bullet From Cop's Gun Shatters Kitchen Window Of The House Next Door
  63. Chrysler To Cut 25 Per Cent Of Workforce
  64. Ontario Court Of Appeals Upholds Province's Pit Bull Ban Law
  65. Police Close Homicide Case After Alleged Killer Is Also Gunned Down
  66. Is Your Child Addicted To Video Games? How To Know And What You Can Do About It
  67. Province Said Ready To Introduce Cell Phone Ban For Drivers Next Week
  68. Young Murder Victim Remembered On Her Birthday
  69. 250-Yr.-Old Oak Tree Finally Cut Down In Etobicoke
  70. First Officer On Scene Of Creba Murder Recalls Chaos
  71. Stock Market Crisis Puts Crimp In Retirement Plans
  72. One Dead, Four Injured In Leslieville Shooting
  73. One Man Dead In Single Vehicle Collision
  74. Police Officer Dragged By Speeding Van At Pearson Airport
  75. Missing Teen’s Backpack Not Found, Despite Reports
  76. Latest Fatal Shooting Hits Home For Mother Of Ephraim Brown
  77. Woman Struck And Killed By Train As Her Sister Watches
  78. Soldier Killed In Truck Rollover At CFB Petawawa
  79. Dogwalker Finds Man Shot To Death Inside His Car
  80. Police To Update Murder Of Woman In Leslieville
  81. Search Continues For Missing Barrie Teen
  82. Another Food Recall Spurred By Listeria Scare
  83. Green Party Candidate Gostlin Killed In Oshawa Crash
  84. Peter Tabuns Vying For Ontario NDP Leadership
  85. Mothers Of Murder Victims Gather Downtown With Emotional Anti-Violence Plea
  86. Manhunt Continues For Suspect In Leslieville Murder
  87. Building Cordoned Off At Ryerson University After Suspicious Envelope Found
  88. Innocent Murder Victim Fondly Remembered On Facebook Page
  89. Toronto's Free Flu Shot Clinics Open On Monday
  90. Barrie Teen Missing For Two Weeks
  91. Police On Hunt For High Risk Offender In T.O.
  92. Ontario Fugitive Featured On America’s Most Wanted Pleads Guilty To Three Murders
  93. Poppy Campaign Begins In Ontario
  94. Gulu Walk Marches To Queen’s Park
  95. Murder Of Innocent Woman Reaches Queen’s Park
  96. Gas To Hit Lowest Level Since February 2007 On Tuesday
  97. North American Stock Markets Have Another Record Jarring Day
  98. Victim Of Boxing Day Shooting Recalls Terror
  99. Province Moves To Ban Cellphone Use While Driving
  100. Potentially Damaging Winds Will Put Bite In The Air On Cold Day In GTA
  101. Gas Prices Dip Down To Lowest Levels Since Early 2007
  102. Red Alert: Scientists Discover The Colour That Turns Men On
  103. One Without Vital Signs, Another Two Hurt In Incident At GTA Jail
  104. Student Stabbed At Don Mills Collegiate
  105. Goodbye Good Buy: Bargain-Laden Hadassah-Wizo Bazaar To Open For Last Time On Wed.
  106. Cell Phone Driving Ban: Your Call
  107. Coffee Cup And Plastic Bag Taxes? Taxpayer Federation Warns T.O. About 7 Possible New
  108. Harper Calls First Ministers Meeting On Economy
  109. It’s Not Known How Cell Phone Ban Will Be Enforced
  110. CityNews Exclusive: Witness To Bailey Zaveda Killing Speaks Out
  111. Rare Two-Headed Turtle Back With Relieved Owner
  112. Man Who Led Police To Creba Murder Suspect Takes The Stand
  113. Bystander Shooting Suspect Surrenders To Police
  114. Pals Of Bailey Zaveda Recall A Wonderful Friend
  115. Panhandlers Feeling Effects Of Staggering Economy
  116. Suspect In Fatal Leslieville Shooting Due In Court
  117. Toronto Escapes The Worst As Snow Blankets The North, West And East
  118. Barrie Police End Ground Search For Missing Teen Brandon Crisp
  119. Multi-Vehicle Crash Reportedly Sends Several To Hospital
  120. Family Of Missing T.O. Teacher Launches One Last Effort To Find Out What Happened To
  121. Ottawa Man Convicted On Terrorism Charges Relating To Bomb Device
  122. All Sales Really Final: Hadassah-Wizo Bazaar Ends After 84 Years
  123. 75,000 Toronto Residents Still Without Garbage Bins
  124. Rocket Propelled Grenade Found At North York Waste Transfer Station Harmless
  125. For Drivers, Toronto's Steeles Avenue Is The Worst Of The Worst
  126. $5 Flea Market Find May Sell For $50 Million In Toronto
  127. Court Decides Accused Killer Is Not Criminally Responsible For Brutal Murder
  128. Five Pedestrians Among Those Hit After Accident Shuts Down Intersection Near Eaton Ce
  129. Yonge Street Mission Holding Fundraiser To Expand Scholarship Program
  130. Loonie Continues To Soar, As U.S. Dollar Stumbles
  131. Stunned Traffic Cop Watches Own Stolen Truck Come Cruising Down The Street
  132. More Blood Donors Needed, As Inventory Drops By 40 Percent
  133. Water Main Break Causes Major Flood On Midtown Street
  134. New Faces, New Jobs In Store For Revamped Harper Cabinet
  135. Mississauga School In Lockdown After Staff Member Believes They See A Gun
  136. Police Find Young Mom Murdered After Answering Call About Marijuana Grow Op
  137. City Hall Debates Making TTC An Essential Service
  138. 14-Yr.-Old One Of Two Newly Charged In Peel’s Murderous Weekend
  139. City Of Toronto To Table Budget Thursday
  140. CRTC TV Rulings Will Affect Viewers For Years To Come
  141. Squabbling Keeps Steeles Ave. High On Worst Roads List
  142. Barrie Police To Resume Search For Brandon Crisp One More Time
  143. Bones Found Near Site Where Adventurer Steve Fossett Crashed
  144. Tainted And Recalled Candy Found In Some Toronto Stores
  145. Barrie Police Resume Search For Brandon Crisp
  146. Last Day For Adult Ticket Swap On TTC
  147. Clocks Go Back This Weekend, But Did You Remember These Forgotten Timepieces?
  148. Halloween Weather Far From Scary As Mother Nature Brings Treat Not Trick
  149. Trick Or Treat? Ontario To Upload Costs From Cities, But It'll Take A Decade
  150. Three Youngsters Hit By Car At Browns Line And Evans Ave.
  151. Top 5 Haunted Buildings in Toronto
  152. Toronto Man Wins Incredible $4.7 Million Jackpot On Dollar Slot Machine At Woodbine
  153. Motorists All Smiles As Gas Down Again
  154. Oshawa Woman Killed In Hidden Car Crash As Husband Searches For Her In Vain
  155. Sold Out Obama Masks Could Be Predictor Of U.S. Election
  156. Church Street Hosts Adult Halloween Action
  157. Fiery Crash In York Region Sends At Least Four To Hospital With Serious Injuries
  158. Fiery Crash Leaves Two Dead In Richmond Hill
  159. Bob Rae Declares Intention To Run For Liberal Leadership
  160. Officials Find Common Thread In E. Coli Outbreaks
  161. Funeral Held For Bailey Zaveda In Brockville
  162. Environment Canada Issues Prediction For Coming Winter
  163. WWII Vet Frustrated After Being Removed For Poppy Sales
  164. Overnight Crashes Cause Traffic Tie-ups, Take Out Power
  165. Victims Identified In Richmond Hill Crash
  166. Durham Cops Issue Mountain Lion Warning After Sightings In Pickering
  167. York Police Appeal To Witnesses For Information In Fatal Halloween Crash
  168. Record Setting Summer-Like Weather To Return – But Not For Your Weekend
  169. Will Nearly-Have-Not Ontario Get Some Help From The Feds?
  170. Crash Near Boulevard Club Reportedly Causes Serious Injuries
  171. City Struggles To Keep Up With Demand As New Garbage Collection Program Begins
  172. GTA Ready To Party Over U.S. Elections
  173. Police Looking For Witness In Leslieville Murder
  174. Dad Pleads Guilty After Two Daughters Froze To Death In Field Last Winter
  175. City Forms Special Apartment Squad To Fine Negligent Landlords
  176. Disturbing Posters Target Leslieville 'Big Box Yuppies'
  177. Gas To Fall To 85.1 Cents A Litre On Tuesday
  178. Coffee Could Cost Recyclers Less at Tim Hortons
  179. Police Seek Cabbie Beating Suspects
  180. New Listeria Warning For Ham Product
  181. York U Students Fret About Possibility Of Class-Cancelling Strike
  182. GTA Expects Record Breaking November Temperatures
  183. Serious Crash On Hwy 403 Causes Traffic Problems
  184. Gas Drops To 85 Cents A Litre
  185. Second Person Reports Seeing Missing Barrie Teen
  186. Student Questioned After Gun Found At Locked Down Toronto School
  187. Unique Vigil Honours Soldiers Who Died In The First Word War
  188. Obamamania: Majority Of Canadians Would Cast A Ballot For Barack
  189. Police Investigate Shooting Behind Warden Ave. Public School
  190. Name Of Man Suspected Of Pulling The Trigger In Jane Creba Murder Case Emerges In Cou
  191. T.O. Waste Reduction Program Could Save You Grocery Money
  192. Huge Heroin Haul Was Hidden In Towel Boxes
  193. Election Night In Toronto: Democrats, Republicans Abroad Take In Results
  194. Truck Trailer Falls Off Highway 427 Ramp Onto Gardiner, Causing Traffic Mayhem
  195. Store Clerk To Crook: ‘Shoot Me Or Leave’
  196. Stephen Harper To Barack Obama: Let’s Work Together
  197. Missing Teen Brandon Crisp Found Dead Near Barrie
  198. Charest Calls Quebec Election For Early December
  199. Facebook Condolence Group Draws Huge And Touching Responses After Discovery Of Boy’s
  200. Brandon Crisp Timeline: The Hunt For A Lost Boy
  201. Brandon Crisp Tragedy Draws Worldwide Attention
  202. York University Could Be Shut Down By Strike Thursday
  203. Toronto Democrats Celebrate Obama's Win At College Street Restaurant
  204. Most GTA Residents Celebrate Obama's Win
  205. Chicago Hope: GTA Residents In The Heart Of The Obama Party
  206. Will Removing Basketball Nets In Troubled Areas Reduce Crime?
  207. Strike Halts Class At York
  208. Brandon Crisp's Family Awaits Final Word With Autopsy Results
  209. 'Faces Of Hope' Calendar Provides Dates With Destiny
  210. Leadership Award Awaited Man Killed By Debris From Fallen Truck
  211. Family Of Elderly Crash Victim Want Taxi Seat Belt Regulations
  212. Mom Of Dead Baby Walks Free After Charges Against Her Withdrawn In Court
  213. Homeless Man Stabbed In The Head In City’s Financial District
  214. Endangered Fish Found On Loblaws Shelves
  215. Peel Cops Make Arrest In Final ‘Murder Weekend’ Case
  216. Winners Of $40.4 Million Lottery Prize Come Forward
  217. Ontario Willing To Consider All Out Plastic Water Bottle Ban
  218. Cat Falls 17 Storeys In Mississauga And Lives
  219. Santa Claus Parade Preview
  220. Toronto Officer Assaulted While Arresting Armed Man
  221. Great Stretch Of Weather Ends With Big Change Coming For Your Weekend
  222. Future Shop Stops Promotion Of Violent Video Game In Light Of Crisp Tragedy
  223. Get Ready To Pay More For Water, As City Approves 9 Percent Hike
  224. Can A Simple Rock Fix The World’s Greenhouse Gas Problems?
  225. No One Hurt After Dog Accidentally Takes Car For A Drive
  226. Brandon Crisp May Have Died Of Hypothermia, Autopsy To Be Performed Friday
  227. Expert Panel Releases Propane Safety Recommendations In Wake Of Sunrise Blast
  228. ‘I Didn't Think This Day Would Ever Come.’ GM Workers Live In Fear As Company Hints I
  229. 12-Yr.-Old Boy Suffers Cuts After Going Through School Window
  230. Multiple Shooting Shatters Quiet In West End
  231. Autopsy Results For Brandon Crisp To Be Released Saturday
  232. Motion Would Bar Prominent MPs From Liberal Leadership Race
  233. Emergency Task Force Called To Etobicoke Home
  234. Four Men Rushed To Hospital In Random Shooting
  235. Canadian Journalist Kidnapped In Afghanistan Freed After Month Of Captivity
  236. Hazel McCallion Celebrates 30 Years As Mississauga Mayor With Visit From Regis Philbi
  237. Woman Found Dead In Mississauga Home
  238. Public Funeral To Be Held Friday For Brandon Crisp
  239. Quick Plan For Economy Unlikely, But Future Stimulus Under Consideration At First Min
  240. High Entrance Fee May Deter Grit Aspirants In May Leadership Race
  241. Veterans And The Fallen Honoured With GTA Services Ahead Of Remembrance Day
  242. Mellissa Fung Relives Her Month In Captivity
  243. Former Toronto Cop Charged In Wife's Death
  244. No Quick Fix For The Economy, PM Warns Ahead Of Premiers' Meeting
  245. Questions In Brandon Crisp Case May Never Be Fully Answered
  246. York Region Police Hunting For Sex Assault Suspect
  247. Teaching Assistant Charged With Sexually Assaulting 11-Yr.-Old Girl
  248. City Hall To Vote On New, Reduced Street Eats Proposal
  249. GTA Escapes Winter’s Worst As Snow Pounds Areas To The North
  250. City To Outline Complete Fight Against ‘Lousy Landlords’