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  1. Postal union plans to bargain through weekend but it won't suspend strike action
  2. Man critically injured after being hit by car
  3. Union representing Air Canada workers union serves 72 hour strike notice
  4. Man stabbed near St. Clair West & Oakwood
  5. Decision on how Tories will pick their next leader heading to open debate
  6. Be prepared for benefits and risk when it comes to forced prison labour:experts
  7. Conservatives spent $21 million on election campaign
  8. Suspects sought after man shot near Birchmount & Sheppard
  9. Man charged with alleged sexual assault on 13-year-old girl
  10. Man suffers critical injuries in accident at North York parking lot
  11. House fire in Vaughan possibly sparked by lightning strike
  12. Man stabbed on St. Clair West near Oakwood
  13. Two cyclists hit by car in Mississauga during charity bike ride
  14. Dozens of naked cyclists pedal around Toronto
  15. IMF hit by cyber attack
  16. Police track suspect in subway station robbery
  17. Stage set for landmark prostitution case; nearly 20 groups vying to be heard
  18. Teen in critical condition after Mississauga motorcycle crash
  19. Innocent bystander among two men gunned down near College and Bathurst
  20. One killed, others injured in Hamilton car crash
  21. One killed, four others injured in Hamilton car crash
  22. Toronto honours fallen firefighters
  23. Both sides hopeful in Air Canada negotiations as strike deadline looms
  24. Hwy 9 closed after fatal crash
  25. Forget sleet and snow, postal dispute stops mailman from appointed rounds
  26. Woman killed, 4 others hurt in crash on Highway 9
  27. Two truck yard fires spark police investigation
  28. After announcing sudden closure, Scarborough daycare to stay open Monday
  29. Air Canada talks continue as clock ticks down to midnight strike deadline
  30. Ontario court to rule on validity of anti-prostitution laws
  31. Canada's biggest model railway will be dismantled
  32. Family of Bolton man found murdered and dismembered to speak out
  33. Elderly man dies after SUV rolls over him
  34. Needle found in Romaine lettuce purchased at Toronto grocery store, police say
  35. Alberta woman blames natural gas fracking for flaming well water
  36. Government argues prostitution not a constitutional right in landmark case
  37. Canada Revenue Agency gives itself an A for service; auditors disagree
  38. $50K reward offered in case of dismembered Bolton man
  39. Facebook Canada believes there's room for growth but new numbers show usage slip
  40. Halton police tracking suspect after string of home invasions
  41. Lockdown ends after shooting at Wexford Collegiate in Scarborough
  42. Canada Post says strikes cost $65 million so far, 'digging to the bone'
  43. Appeal Court judges closely scrutinize federal government's prostitution claims
  44. Air Canada and union working to avoid first strike in more than a decade
  45. Residents oppose 2 new condos in The Beaches
  46. City councillors campaign for shark fin ban
  47. CUPW names Toronto, Montreal as next targets in rotating strikes
  48. NDP to nominate 30 candidates over next two weeks
  49. City could take over troubled Etobicoke arena
  50. CAW members on strike at Air Canada: Union
  51. Prepare for long lines, Air Canada customer service agents walk off the job
  52. Council vote on pet store restrictions expected Tuesday
  53. Elizabeth May says she won't speed passage of Tory mega-trial legislation
  54. Police looking for potential sex offender
  55. Online registration for organ & tissue donation now available
  56. Rotating postal strikes hit Toronto
  57. U. of Alberta dean faces plagiarism investigation
  58. 3 months and an election later, House passes federal budget
  59. Council to vote on pursuing a second NHL team
  60. Air Canada customer service agents walk off the job, causing delays
  61. Suspected case of texting and driving causes $100,000 damage
  62. Public transit use up in York Region
  63. Toronto police offer $50k reward in cold case sexual assaults
  64. McGuinty proposes money-back guarantee for delayed GO riders
  65. Toronto man charged in $3M pot bust
  66. Federal government may order striking Air Canada staff back to work
  67. Hamilton-area doctor faces more sexual assault charges
  68. The Mini Maker Faire in Toronto is a science fair for grownups that matters
  69. Ex-cop convicted of murder alleges bias, mistreatment in appeal
  70. RCMP say 4 men nabbed in Toronto in connection with Ocean Lady smuggling case
  71. Former mayor David Miller named fellow at New York University affiliate
  72. Sentencing begins for cop convicted in Taser case
  73. City may consider selling naming rights for public spaces
  74. Lefko on CFL: Rookie All-Name Team
  75. Canucks forward Mason Raymond suffers vertebrae fracture, out at least 3 months
  76. Jays send Drabek to triple-A
  77. Paying the price: ticket prices go through the roof for Stanley Cup decider
  78. Ex-Blazers GM joins Bobcats front office
  79. Canada will extend formal recognition to Libyan rebels as MPs extend mission
  80. Man in critical condition after Mississauga crash
  81. Granderson homers as Yankees top Rangers
  82. Canada Post locks out workers, suspends operations
  83. T-Ball Tuesday: June 14, 2011
  84. Blue Jays edge Orioles 6-5
  85. Panama earns top spot with draw vs. Canada
  86. Car crashes, ends up resting atop concrete pillars
  87. Canada Post suspends urban mail operations nationwide, blames union
  88. Air Canada workers trying to make pickets count before they‚??re forced back to work
  89. Canada will extend formal recognition to Libyan rebels as MPs extend mission
  90. Ontario man charged with stealing home; police say building has been recovered
  91. Calphalon knife set recalled over injury hazard; 300 sold in Canada
  92. Weapons cache found at Mississauga home, police say; man facing 63 charges
  93. Missing Markham woman's ex-husband to address media
  94. Feds consider forcing Canada Post workers back on the job
  95. Laws criminalizing prostitution place women in danger: lawyer
  96. Tories call McGuinty 'taxman' in ads to air during Stanley Cup final
  97. Teen fined $1,000 in crash that left two people dead
  98. Afghan army gives donated rifles back to Canada in favour of U.S. weapons
  99. After much debate, Toronto council approves sale of 21 TCHC houses
  100. Missing Markham woman's husband pleads for help
  101. Dog trainer facing additional charges in animal cruelty case
  102. TTC to launch suicide prevention program Thursday
  103. As back-to-work legislation looms, no formal talks in Air Canada strike
  104. Angry Vancouver fans set cars ablaze, fling bottles after Stanley Cup loss
  105. Rail safety arm comes down on TTC bus
  106. Turn Stanley Cup riot photos into evidence, blogs and Facebook groups urge
  107. Rat Race to close some downtown roads Thursday evening
  108. Union rally planned as gov‚??t prepares back-to-work legislation for postal workers
  109. Rioters run amok in downtown Vancouver following Canuck Cup loss
  110. Feds may force end to Air Canada strike next week
  111. Feds table bill to end Air Canada strike
  112. In photos: Bruins celebrate, Vancouver riots
  113. Former Liberal senator Raymond Lavigne sentenced to six months in jail for fraud
  114. TTC rolls out suicide prevention program at subway stations
  115. Tentative deal reached for striking Air Canada workers
  116. Nine police officers injured in Vancouver riot: police chief
  117. Two men face dozens of charges in alleged prostitution case
  118. Union rallies, Canada Post pres. speaks as gov‚??t prepares back-to-work legislation
  119. Canadian jet fighters join NATO raids on Tripoli, targeting armoured vehicles
  120. U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner resigns
  121. Outraged Vancouverites turn to Facebook, Twitter to vent & help I.D. rioters
  122. Scarborough‚??s Progress Childcare gets city cash infusion to stay open for now
  123. Vancouver riots: Your response
  124. Man runs from marijuana grow-op: Police
  125. Man in critical condition after Jane Street shooting
  126. Bullet pierces window of townhouse near Jane and Sheppard
  127. Suspect sought after midday sexual assault in High Park
  128. Man shot to death in North York, police searching for suspect
  129. 'Criminals and anarchists' to blame for Stanley Cup riot: Vancouver police chief
  130. Ethics watchdog lacks bite, says it might be time for MP code of conduct
  131. Crane operator seriously hurt in industrial accident
  132. Judo instructor charged for alleged assaults at Richmond Hill martial arts club
  133. Tunnelling begins on Spadina subway extension
  134. Parkdale residents upset about methadone clinic on residential street
  135. City wants to outsource unionized cleaning, janitorial jobs at police stations
  136. Appeal Court judges now deciding constitutionality of prostitution laws
  137. Vancouver police chief thanks Good Samaritans who tried to stop Stanley Cup riot
  138. Girl, 7, rushed to hospital following crash
  139. Betty Fox, mother of Terry Fox, dies
  140. Five things to do this weekend: Celebrate your dad and show off your spike
  141. 5-year-old dies after being hit by a car in North York
  142. Small plane lands on grass near Buttonville Airport
  143. Rush-hour commuter train delayed 15 minutes by ducks waddling along tracks
  144. Toronto will pursue out-of-province drivers for unpaid parking tickets
  145. Toddler falls from apartment balcony in Hamilton
  146. Winning weekend: $22.6 million Lotto Max jackpot ticket sold in Markham
  147. One dead, at least four injured in Hwy. 401 collision
  148. Police investigating Etobicoke drive-by shooting
  149. Busy weekend brings road closures throughout Toronto
  150. Firefighters battle west end blaze
  151. Layton nixes cutting NDP ties to labour unions as party goes mainstream
  152. Toronto goes Bollywood
  153. Federal Liberals delay leadershiop vote for full two years
  154. Brampton goes Bollywood
  155. Toronto man charged with attempted murder after ex-girlfriend stabbed
  156. Toronto teen and Mississauga man die in separate drownings
  157. Police hunting for suspects after rental vehicle carjacked
  158. Pickering woman facing charges in 401 crash that killed father of three
  159. New Democrats keep options open on possible merger with Liberals
  160. Toronto celebrates beautiful, renovated Bloor Street
  161. No progress on the postal front as Canada Post strike-lockout continues
  162. Water polo player apologizes for role in Vancouver riots
  163. Man killed in Malton fight
  164. Royal Bank sells U.S. operations for $3.45B: report
  165. Canada switching to polymer money
  166. Cobourg man, son set record for heaviest vehicle pulled by 2 people
  167. Pedestrian killed by train north of Barrie
  168. Video of suspect in Dupont subway station robbery released
  169. Royal Bank sells U.S. retail banking operations for US$3.62B
  170. Tim Hudak's daughter admitted to Sick Kids
  171. Mississauga toddler falls from 3rd-floor apartment window
  172. Ottawa tables bill to end Canada Post lockout
  173. New PR campaign gushes goodness about Vancouver in aftermath of riot
  174. Popular teen was ambushed and beaten with golf clubs, says witness
  175. Man injured as car rolls off tow truck bed
  176. Review of Vancouver riot will look at whether lessons of 1994 melee learned
  177. Jays' notebook: Drabek told to throw heat
  178. Hudson dominates Jays with arm, bat
  179. Winnipeg decides to go with new coaches
  180. Lefko on CFL: Early observations
  181. City Summer: Bollywood‚??s Indian Film Academy Awards come to town
  182. Leafs name assistants; replace Acton, Hunter
  183. Research In Motion shares drop another four per cent
  184. New stats show just 24 convicted out of 1,100 G20 arrests
  185. Emerald ash borer hits Toronto
  186. Big cities attract poverty, while smaller ones gain ground: StatsCan
  187. Arson possible in Malton fire
  188. Labour relations experts condemn back-to-work threats
  189. Vancouver announces independent review of Canucks riot
  190. N.L. premier to protest rescue centre closure plans
  191. Privacy watchdog says Staples resold laptops with personal info
  192. Toronto councillor apologizes for ‚??hot chicks‚?? tweet
  193. City inspects Gardiner Expressway after concrete chunk comes loose
  194. William, Kate to take jet, float plane, frigate and canoe during Canadian tour
  195. Man‚??s sentencing in York police officer‚??s death begins
  196. Vancouver announces public review of Canucks riot
  197. McGuinty says he won't apologize for G20 or call a public inquiry
  198. London Ont. man charged with first degree murder of Andrew Stewart
  199. RCMP looking into possible illegality surrounding government's G8 legacy fund
  200. Oft-delayed Ashley Smith coroner's inquest now delayed until September
  201. Widow of Det. Const. Robert Plunkett reads impact statement as sentencing gets underw
  202. Woman pulled from the water at Woodbine Beach
  203. Plunkett family reads impact statements as sentencing gets underway
  204. Provincial funding coming for local South Asian Women‚??s Centre
  205. Harper setting up showdown with labour movement over strike bills: expert, union
  206. Public funeral planned for Terry Fox's mother
  207. Canada Post workers to rally at Yonge-Dundas
  208. Teenager pulled from the water at Woodbine Beach
  209. Gov't could disclose Afghan detainee documents Wednesday
  210. Thousands without power after southern Ontario storms
  211. Unions rally downtown as feds try to force postal workers back to work
  212. William and Kate's Canadian tour reminiscent of Charles and Diana's 1983 visit
  213. Toronto welcomes balmy temps as southwestern Ontario braces for thunderstorms
  214. Parking ticket trial surcharge being considered
  215. 14-year-old hit by car in Mississauga
  216. Mayor Rob Ford won't attend Pride Parade
  217. Teen gets 2 years for crash that killed Brampton woman
  218. Police officer shot in Lindsay, Ont., airlifted to Toronto
  219. Ont. NDP promises transit fare freeze
  220. Canada alone blocks asbestos from hazardous chemicals list at UN summit
  221. Ottawa finally releases Afghan detainee documents just before summer break
  222. Military transport truck flips on Hwy. 400
  223. Earthquake hits northeast Japan; no widespread tsunami expected
  224. Peterborough community prays for officer's full recovery
  225. Attacker said, 'You're with the devil,' New Brunswick abduction trial hears
  226. Ambulance involved in early morning crash
  227. Green party's Elizabeth May wants cuts to climate science reversed
  228. Talks between Canada Post, CUPW break off as MPs ready legislation
  229. Conrad Black may escape more jail time Friday, but can't clear his name
  230. Protocol likely more relaxed for William, Kate: experts
  231. Man shot in the hand near Allen Road & Lawrence
  232. Toronto police trying to track down suspect who posed as officer
  233. As mission ends, Canadians support soldiers but still question Afghanistan war
  234. 4 people arrested after shootout in Lindsay, Ont. have been released
  235. Police seek witnesses to accident that killed pedestrian in Mississauga
  236. Toronto police look for suspect who posed as officer
  237. Police release sketch of suspect in High Park sex assault
  238. Former mayor Mel Lastman urges Ford to attend Pride
  239. Drowning deaths in males, children under five up last year, says Chief Ontario Corone
  240. As MPs debate, no plans for further negotiations in postal dispute
  241. Man in hospital after 20-foot fall
  242. Alleged Parkdale attacker faces murder charge
  243. Diana‚??s gowns could fetch $6M at Toronto auction
  244. Driver dead following crash at Bayview and Major MacKenzie
  245. Chief Blair releases TPS 'After-Action Report' on G20 policing
  246. G8 & G20: A Year Later
  247. One of Diana‚??s dresses fetches $800,000 at Toronto auction
  248. Markham woman wins $22-million lottery jackpot - with free ticket
  249. Royal tour planning: the nitty gritty details such as elevators and washrooms
  250. Black Friday: disgraced mogul will either face more jail time or deportation