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  1. Canadians don't know enough about technology to prevent risks: Conference Board
  2. Watermain break causes large sinkhole on Woodbine Ave.
  3. Ottawa could save billions by overhauling poverty policy: advisory body
  4. Dead air for CRTC chairman as Harper government won't renew appointment
  5. Subway service halted between Kennedy & Victoria Park stations
  6. Gloria Steinem says she considers herself a 'secret Canadian'
  7. Electrical problem prompted subway closure in east end
  8. Man hurt in rollover on Major MacKenzie early Wednesday
  9. Baby Joseph at centre of medical debate dies
  10. CSIS questioned Canadian in Gadhafi prison: rights group
  11. 8 Nobel winners oppose Alta. oilsands expansion
  12. Const. Garrett Styles’ widow issues statement of thanks
  13. Race to replace Jack Layton to get 3rd entrant
  14. Court case against alleged bully put off after Mitchell Wilson's suicide
  15. Vancouver police to serve warrants on media outlets to obtain riot images
  16. G20 vandal gets 1 year conditional sentence
  17. Mother of Tori Stafford charged in drug bust
  18. N.B. official named Canada's financial watchdog: report
  19. Minister Clement to break silence on controversial G8 legacy fund
  20. Commission deals with sad legacy of Indian Residential Schools
  21. Woman tries to light herself on fire after multi-vehicle crash
  22. Climate change cost to Canada pegged in billions, new research shows
  23. Tractor-trailer rollover on Hwy. 407 early Thursday
  24. U.S. eyes fencing along Canadian border as missing link in security
  25. Police searching for elderly man with dementia
  26. Police upgrade search for elderly man
  27. German parliament approves expanded eurozone bailout
  28. Moose loose in Orillia
  29. Police find elderly man who disappeared Wed. afternoon
  30. Car crashes into townhouse on Kennedy Road
  31. Parking plentiful in Toronto, global study finds
  32. CityVote Day 23: NDP, PC blast Liberal plan to scrap Mississauga power plant
  33. Tories reintroduce copyright reform bill
  34. Orillia's loose moose relocated
  35. Tony Clement to say how $50M G8 legacy fund was spent
  36. Spadina subway extension needs 6 new names
  37. Harper defends MacKay's $3M in Challenger jet flights
  38. Man charged for allegedly spraying police with bear repellent
  39. Court dismisses bid to limit final report on Afghan prisoners
  40. Supreme Court to hear 'value for signal' case
  41. Woman claims TTC driver cursed at her
  42. Memorial service held for 2 slain men
  43. Supreme Court rules Vancouver's safe-injection site can stay open
  44. 17-year-old boy charged for allegedly robbing kids at gunpoint
  45. Man taken to hospital after alleged home invasion Friday morning
  46. 2 motorists involved in Richmond Hill crash charged with impaired driving
  47. Daycare operator granted bail on child porn charges
  48. Foreign Affairs Minister Baird demanded gold business cards
  49. Flooding reported across city after overnight thunderstorm
  50. SIU probing death of man being investigated by police
  51. New inquest ordered into death of Ashley Smith
  52. British girl's mother will be extradited to U.K.
  53. Community Care Access workers strike averted after tentative deal reached
  54. Government takes aim at immigrant waiting lists more than a million names long
  55. Maclean's movie reviews: Breakaway, 50/50
  56. Woman injured in tractor-trailer crash near St. Catharines
  57. Convicted serial killer Clifford Olson dies in hospital
  58. Man dies in Mississauga industrial accident
  59. Elderly man faces 3 sex assault charges
  60. Oakville Transit strike averted
  61. Shania Twain's stalker pleads guilty
  62. Cullen enters NDP leadership race as anti-establishment candidate
  63. Body found in Vaughan
  64. Response to longer census higher than expected
  65. Canada paves way for more flights to Japan with new deal
  66. Police search for missing SickKids patient
  67. Teen charged after 4-vehicle crash in Markham
  68. Fire breaks out in downtown house
  69. Torontonians go sleepless for Nuit Blanche
  70. Man shot and killed near Trinity Bellwoods Park
  71. Body found off Ward’s Island
  72. NDP leadership gets crowded as Dewar enters race to replace Jack Layton
  73. Triple stabbing in clubbing district
  74. Man dies after warehouse fall
  75. Alison Redford Alberta's next premier after Tory leadership win
  76. Woman dies in Chinatown fire
  77. Thousands run for breast cancer research
  78. Triple stabbing in entertainment district
  79. Election-related vandalism hits midtown
  80. Oakville Transit strike averted as union ratifies deal
  81. TCHC could get tax break
  82. St. Lawrence Seaway strike averted
  83. McCallion’s actions conflict of interest: inquiry
  84. Pedestrian hit by bus at Lawrence West station
  85. Occupy Toronto demonstration planned later this month
  86. Missing SickKids teen located
  87. Man killed near Trinity Bellwoods Park identified
  88. Blair asks for more money in 2012 police budget
  89. Rain from post-tropical storm Ophelia forces evacuation in Newfoundland town
  90. Record ozone loss over the Arctic caused by extremely cold weather: scientists
  91. Amanda Knox acquitted of murder: appeals court
  92. Misadventure led to man's death near Ward's Island
  93. Emails reveal chummy relationship between U.S. diplomat, TransCanada lobbyist
  94. Man rushed to hospital after downtown stabbing
  95. Police hunting for suspect wanted in two sexual assaults
  96. Firefighters battle blaze at west end apartment building
  97. Police need help finding missing elderly woman
  98. Canada's environmental record slammed by auditor, Europeans
  99. Flaherty rejects new stimulus spending unless new recession occurs
  100. Suspect sought after Pickering hit & run
  101. Monitoring of greenhouse-gas emissions, oilsands ineffective: auditor
  102. Man charged for string of break-ins in Oshawa & Whitby
  103. Ont. drivers pay highest insurance rates: study
  104. Charges pending after driver takes off on foot following downtown crash
  105. Man in hospital after Queen Street stabbing
  106. More women leading political parties
  107. Missing elderly woman found
  108. Kids, 12 & 13, charged for allegedly robbing child with replica firearm
  109. Woman allegedly sexually assaulted during cab ride
  110. College support workers ratify tentative contract
  111. Boy stabbed at Silverthorn Junior Public School
  112. Pedestrian seriously hurt on Lawrence near Avenue Road
  113. New name needed for Highway 7
  114. Huntsville mayor embarrassed by emails to Clement
  115. Canada and the U.S. reach $1B perimeter security deal
  116. Crews battle tractor trailer fire on Weston Road
  117. GO Transit union set to announce strike date Wednesday
  118. Citytv launches fall food drive
  119. Mayor Ford accused of using cellphone while driving, again
  120. U.S. groups sue to halt work on proposed Alta. oilsands pipeline
  121. Global economic recovery needs flexible plans: Flaherty
  122. Woman struck by SUV on Lawrence near Avenue Road
  123. Canadians donated $70M to East Africa drought relief
  124. Woman trapped in downtown crash
  125. Man charged after fleeing RIDE spot-check: police
  126. Apple co-founder Steve Jobs mourned
  127. Woman rushed to hospital after Hwy. 400 crash
  128. Chief Blair's budget increase request rejected
  129. 2 Oshawa shoppers help 90-year-old robbery victim
  130. Man charged for 2 alleged sex assaults
  131. Housing prices in Toronto up from last year: report
  132. Flaherty urges European leaders to fix debt crisis
  133. Pedestrian hit by truck in King City
  134. Apple says Steve Jobs has died
  135. Woman dies in fire in city's west end
  136. Jane Street partially closed after crash involving pedestrian
  137. LIVE STREAM: CityVote Ontario 2011
  138. Justice minister tries to allay fears over tough new pot law
  139. North Americans face disruptions after Telesat satellite glitch
  140. Woman hit by TTC streetcar near Casa Loma
  141. Police probe fatal Etobicoke fire
  142. Catholic congregation agrees to pay up to $18M to sex-abuse victims
  143. 2 missing boys from Quebec are in the GTA: police
  144. Hudak borrowed Wayne Newton’s bus on campaign trail
  145. Environmentalists pack U.S. hearing on Keystone pipeline
  146. Voter turnout drops to 49%: Elections Ontario
  147. Teen seriously hurt in crash on QEW near Cawthra
  148. Nobel Peace Prize awarded to 3 women
  149. SIU investigates after woman shot dead at Yonge and Finch home
  150. Police's Operation Impact underway Thanksgiving weekend
  151. Pearson flights delayed again by work action
  152. Man seriously hurt after being hit by car
  153. Man stabbed near Yonge and Eglinton
  154. McGuinty rules out possible coalition
  155. Liberal three-peat as McGuinty wins minority
  156. 5 things to do this weekend: Pick pumpkins, take a haunted tour and see new ROM exhib
  157. Recession fears dip for now, as both Canada and U.S. report job gains
  158. Toronto residents give back for Thanksgiving
  159. 2 hurt in Highway 401 crash
  160. Pearson airport congestion winding down, officials say
  161. Driver killed in QEW crash
  162. What’s open and closed Thanksgiving Monday
  163. 6 suspects at large after Keele-Eglinton shooting
  164. Minor injuries in Etobicoke crash
  165. $50M Lotto Max jackpot won in GTA
  166. Police investigating after car crashes into house
  167. Firefighters battle apartment blaze
  168. Man shot to death near Victoria Park & Eglinton
  169. Woman killed in Vaughan crash
  170. Government says Air Canada strike would be 'unacceptable'
  171. Stabbing near west end nightclub
  172. Fatal fire on Dixie Road in Mississauga
  173. Air Canada flight attendants could strike this week
  174. Shots fired on Sheppard near Jane
  175. Vigil held in Regent Park for victims of unsolved murders
  176. Highway 400 reopens following crash at Rutherford Road
  177. Woman struck and killed at Mohawk Racetrack
  178. Photo released of subway sex assault suspect
  179. Pearson airport back to normal after labour dispute
  180. Scarborough electrical fire causes $50K in damage
  181. Teen charged after passenger seriously hurt in crash
  182. Police car hits man in Mississauga
  183. Man charged after allegedly crashing stolen cab
  184. Hearings attempt to explain why justice system failed Pickton's victims
  185. Daily Bread just over half way to reaching fall food drive goal
  186. Driver charged with impaired after pedestrian hit
  187. Apple says iPhone 4S broke record with more than 1M single day pre-orders
  188. Street racing results in fatal crash at Kennedy & Finch
  189. Mexican presidential favorite targets monopolies
  190. Firefighters battle massive house fire in Ajax
  191. Canada condemns sectarian violence in Egypt after 26 killed in Christian march
  192. Teenage girl killed in Vaughan crash
  193. Renowned oncologist Dr. Robert Buckman dies
  194. Hearings attempt to explain why justice system failed Robert Pickton's victims
  195. BlackBerry maker faces smartphone outages for a second day
  196. Job action causes big delays at Pearson again
  197. Vigil for teen crash victim at Richmond Hill high school
  198. Damage from Ajax townhouse fire to top $1M
  199. Apple's Steve Jobs died of pancreatic cancer, respiratory arrest
  200. 10 hurt as actors dressed as zombies fall at west-end film studio
  201. Air Canada flight attendants poised to strike early Thursday
  202. Canada Post workers taking Harper gov't to court over back-to-work order
  203. Suspect photos released after Yorkville theft
  204. Canada denounces 'arbitrary' prosecution of Ukrainian opposition leader
  205. Damage estimate jumps to $3M in Ajax townhouse fire
  206. Ottawa commits $10M more to clean up Libya's weapons
  207. Body recovered after York U. rig collapse
  208. Police search for missing Vaughan teen
  209. Police identify man killed in weekend murder
  210. Occupy Wall Street movement headed to Bay Street
  211. Ottawa pushing Mexico to do more when Canadians are victims of crime
  212. Streetcar & truck collide on St. Clair West
  213. 11 hurt as actors dressed as zombies fall at west-end film studio
  214. Taxi driver crashes after fare dispute
  215. Missing Vaughan teen found
  216. Man who died in York U. drill rig collapse identified
  217. Canada should arrest George W. Bush when he visits next week: Amnesty International
  218. TTC bus driver charged following fatal crash
  219. Spectre of G20 violence haunts planning for Occupy Bay Street protest
  220. Air Canada and union disagree on if flight attendant strike possible
  221. Air Canada flight attendants will not go on strike Thursday
  222. White: GSP is MMA pay-per-view king
  223. Toronto Zoo trying to save two newborn polar bear cubs rejected by their mother
  224. Heart transplant patient accuses Peel police of racial profiling
  225. Council set to debate what to do with $140 M windfall from land transfer tax
  226. CityNews Exclusive: Labour Minister Raitt involved in apparent conflict of interest
  227. Elderly woman dies after being hit by bus in Mississauga mall parking lot
  228. RIM continues to clear backlog ahead of iPhone 4S launch
  229. Ont. Federation of Labour wants criminal probe into York U rig collapse
  230. 2-alarm fire in underground garage on Weston Road
  231. British PM consults Canada on royal succession
  232. Committee to consider shark-fin ban in Toronto
  233. RIM says BlackBerry service fully restored after massive outage
  234. Brampton man charged in death of infant son
  235. Ottawa amends regulations to allow pedestrian tunnel to Toronto Island airport
  236. Occupy Bay Street protest will be held Saturday
  237. Ottawa police called in after gunman shows up at Air Canada executive's home
  238. Red-light camera program could generate $2.5M: auditor general
  239. Cousin admits organizing murder of philanthropist Glen Davis
  240. TTC announces changes to customer service
  241. Flight attendants protest outside federal labour minister's office
  242. QEW reopens after multi-vehicle crash
  243. Committee approves shark-fin ban in Toronto
  244. 2nd polar bear cub dies at Toronto Zoo
  245. Chief Blair to present revised budget to board
  246. Library staff proposes cutting hours, jobs
  247. Occupy Toronto to begin Saturday
  248. Elderly man struck by car backing out of driveway
  249. Long lines as new iPhone hits stores
  250. Midtown fire sparks evacuation