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  1. Rae names firm with Tory links in election calls
  2. Troubled submarines to be used until 2030
  3. Alleged sex predator faces charges for Vancouver assaults
  4. Toronto engineers, Cornwall trainee die in derailment
  5. B.C. teachers may not face imposed settlement after all
  6. Liberal staffer behind 'Vikileaks' campaign
  7. Hoarder habit may be enabled by families
  8. Derailed Via train's event recorder found
  9. Mom without medicare gives birth in hotel
  10. Iqaluit fire leaves dozens homeless, possible deaths
  11. Ottawa officer slaying trial awaits final juror
  12. Tori Stafford murder trial begins jury selection
  13. Quebec woman says mould in classroom made her sick
  14. TTC shooting suspect held up same station 3 times
  15. Toronto police charge 7 in ATM skimming fraud
  16. Driver acquitted in deadly Toronto-bound Megabus crash
  17. Eliminating conditional sentences could cost millions
  18. Windsor, Ont., will spend $75K to spay, neuter cats
  19. Verbal abuse of hockey referees called 'a disgrace'
  20. 5 arrested in Quebec child porn raids
  21. Ontario minimum gun sentence ruling to be appealed
  22. Windsor, Ont., avoids tax hike for 4th straight year
  23. Hebron megaproject gets qualified endorsement
  24. Jean Beliveau suffers stroke
  25. B.C. schools open as teachers await strike ruling
  26. Via derailment passengers sought for class action
  27. Migrant farm workers need better integration, study says
  28. Fraudulent election phone calls raise more questions
  29. Former Mountie confessed to slaying Ottawa police officer
  30. RCMP probes violent hockey cross-check
  31. OxyContin replacement may not solve abuse
  32. SNC-Lavalin probes $35M in undocumented payments
  33. Amend copyright bill, music industries urge MPs
  34. Iqaluit RCMP say 2 missing after fire
  35. Iqaluit RCMP say 2 missing after fire
  36. Iqaluit RCMP say 2 missing after fire
  37. Iqaluit RCMP say 2 missing after fire
  38. Iqaluit RCMP say 2 missing after fire
  39. Iqaluit RCMP say 2 missing after fire
  40. Iqaluit RCMP say 2 missing after fire
  41. Asbestos registry needed, says cancer patient
  42. Bodog gambling site shut down, Canadian owner indicted
  43. Robocalls phone number registered to 'Pierre Poutine'
  44. Fire destroys west Quebec castle home
  45. Retirement savings in Canada — by the numbers
  46. Train derailment survivor glad to be alive
  47. Freezing rain warnings in effect for southern Ontario
  48. Rob Ford reaches out to councillors on transit
  49. Steelworkers report on miners' deaths due Wednesday
  50. Duncan to announce 2nd try at First Nations water bill
  51. Thunder Bay robocall recipient told how to vote
  52. Whale carcass left to rot on Digby beach
  53. 5 more ridings report suspicious election calls
  54. Trial of ex-Mountie charged in police slaying resumes
  55. Steelworkers union says fallen miner warned Vale in email
  56. Cotler calls prompt industry probe of Tory pollster
  57. Accused in Tori Stafford slaying pleads not guilty
  58. Former Quebec doctor charged in $375M fraud in U.S.
  59. Student job centres shut down across Canada
  60. End 'destructive' war on pot, panel urges Harper
  61. Ontario couple collects $50M lotto prize after delay
  62. Quebec mayor targeted in anti-corruption raids
  63. McGuinty defends school that reported gun picture
  64. Toronto teen invited to Lady Gaga anti-bullying launch
  65. Fake election robocalls 'isolated,' top Tory says
  66. Federal budget to be tabled March 29
  67. Meet Saskatchewan's 9-year-old doctor
  68. Canada's smallest city has world's best water
  69. Crowd attends mass led by Canada's newest cardinal
  70. Early start to Alberta wildfire season
  71. Parents brace for strike as B.C. teachers vote
  72. Freemen movement captures Canadian police attention
  73. Via Rail train probe finds high speeds in deadly crash
  74. SNC-Lavalin's silence on Libya dealings triggers stock sell-off
  75. 5 reasons why flu season is M.I.A. this year
  76. Robo-calling and the art of finding voters
  77. Many Manitoba ambulance response times fail guidelines
  78. Giraffe, 22, put down at Calgary Zoo
  79. Alberta dentist buys Elvis's crown for $10K
  80. B.C. teachers to stage 3-day strike Monday
  81. Ottawa murder trial hears of slain officer's final moments
  82. Schoenborn triple-murder report due out
  83. Doctors operate on wrong leg of Manitoba man
  84. 3 leap year babies, 1 family
  85. Bomb squad disposes of rocket-making chemicals
  86. Green object reported in the sky over Newfoundland
  87. Ex-student union president arrested for bank robbery
  88. Vale fatal accident report stuns mining community
  89. Schoenborn triple murder preventable, says B.C. child watchdog
  90. Historic portraits shown decades after rescue from Winnipeg dumpster
  91. Carbon monoxide poisoning caused Yukon deaths, says coroner
  92. Oxycontin officially replaced by new drug
  93. Foster care report in Ontario urges cutoff age rise to 25
  94. Jury selected for Tori Stafford murder trial
  95. Car surfer in hospital, driver charged
  96. Police investigating remains found near Highway 401
  97. Marketplace confronts repairmen upselling for their work
  98. Celebrity chef serves up squirrel, beaver recipes
  99. Misleading B.C. election call traced to Conservative Party
  100. Don Cherry joins Twitter
  101. Ottawa murder trial targets ex-Mountie's police work
  102. How parties 'identify' voters, and why it works
  103. B.C. Mountie's daughter faces drug charges
  104. Sears to close 3 Canadian stores
  105. Robocall investigation confirmed by Elections Canada
  106. B.C. teachers' strike Monday sparks child-care mayhem
  107. Man linked to Montreal Mafia killed in parking lot
  108. Canadiens icon Jean Béliveau progressing well after stroke
  109. Iran to dominate talks between Netanyahu and Harper
  110. CSIS OK'd to share data despite torture risk
  111. B.C. students plan Friday afternoon protests
  112. Canadian asbestos poses a health risk in Vietnam
  113. Dalton McGuinty pitches wage freeze to teachers on YouTube
  114. Seal hunt off Newfoundland 'in a state of limbo'
  115. SNC target of class action
  116. New 'cocaine-like' drug worries Ottawa police
  117. Widow of slain Ottawa police officer speaks
  118. Union, Vale at odds over safety reports
  119. Guelph Tory's robocalls legitimate, campaign aide says
  120. RackNine sues Pat Martin and NDP for $5 million
  121. B.C. house party death trial finds woman not guilty
  122. Halifax transit strike fitness regimen
  123. Human remains found at site of Iqaluit fire
  124. Canadian economic growth slows to crawl
  125. Edmonton's last milkman makes his final run
  126. Former MP's election complaint could be decided May 2
  127. Windsor hum raised by MP on Washington trip
  128. Conservative MPs used U.S.-based telemarketers
  129. 20 injured in bus crash northeast of Montreal
  130. Ontario suffers power outages after extreme winds
  131. Tory MP says Guelph robocall allegations 'serious'
  132. Vancouver demonstrators protest robocall scandal
  133. Enbridge Canada-U.S. pipeline closed after crash
  134. Mulcair main target of NDP debate rivals
  135. Leafs' Burke joins campaign to end homophobia in sports
  136. Manitoba officers save police dog from burning SUV
  137. Tories make good on bank changes
  138. Concrete falls in lot at Montreal's Olympic Stadium
  139. Tori Stafford murder trial begins 3 years after slaying
  140. 'Birth tourism' may change citizenship rules
  141. Toronto jail guard seeks workplace racism investigation
  142. 6 ways income splitting could cut your tax bill
  143. Boy found not guilty in Ontario bullying case
  144. N.S. veterans' group considers suing Calgary MP
  145. B.C. teachers strike starts today
  146. Asbestos heaped in town dump angers residents
  147. Flaherty meets with economists ahead of budget
  148. Criminal pardons more expensive, now taking longer
  149. Slushy storm slams into Newfoundland
  150. Striking transit workers block Halifax snowplows
  151. Man's home 'invaded' by government search of fish tanks
  152. B.C. teachers' strike begins with protests outside schools
  153. Deep freeze will give way to spring-like warmth
  154. Arctic Winter Games kick off in Whitehorse
  155. Olympic Stadium deemed safe after concrete slab falls
  156. Ontario bans mining on huge stretch of land
  157. Head-on crash kills 4 north of Calgary
  158. Cult leader Roch Thériault's killer gets life
  159. Chimp sanctuary tale wins $25K Charles Taylor Prize
  160. Yzerman to lead Olympic hockey effort again
  161. Robocall issue sparks Parliament Hill protest
  162. Stafford murder trial to start with Crown witness
  163. Earl Jones fraud victims to get $17M from Royal Bank
  164. Missing cruise passenger's B.C. family demands answers
  165. B.C. gangsters in over their heads in Mexico
  166. Harper budget will hurt provinces, premiers say
  167. Suspect canvassed Facebook friends during standoff
  168. Quick-thinking OPP stop train from hitting car
  169. Alleged sex with student leads to 2nd B.C trial
  170. Pickton inquiry lawyer quits in frustration
  171. Toronto hate crimes unit not probing Don Jail
  172. Youth contest a 'success' despite abortion debate
  173. Survivor of deadly Ontario crash "cannot be happy"
  174. Tory MP apologizes again for veterans comments
  175. More remains found after Iqaluit fire
  176. Judge reminds Stafford jurors not to discuss trial
  177. Striking teachers picket B.C. government offices
  178. Crime bill close to becoming law
  179. Alleged X-ray thief caught in Ottawa
  180. Confession tape viewed at Ottawa police slaying trial
  181. Eagle released after being caught in ice storm
  182. Caribou moved 1,300 km to boost southern B.C. herd
  183. America Votes: Super Tuesday
  184. Elections Canada launches online complaint form
  185. Sandoz drug shortage prompts Ottawa fast-track efforts
  186. NDP calls for end of veterans review board
  187. Gillam asbestos fears a 'Facebook frenzy,' says mayor
  188. Oppal defends Pickton probe after inquiry lawyer quits
  189. Winnipeg police dispute senior's cellphone ticket claim
  190. B.C. avalanche kills snowmobiler
  191. Dementia patients widely prescribed 'chemical restraint' drugs
  192. Alberta chemo patients told to get own anti-nausea drugs
  193. Air Canada could face March 12 strike
  194. Jury to hear more about day Tori Stafford disappeared
  195. Spring-like weather rolls into southern Ontario, Quebec
  196. What worries critics about omnibus crime bill
  197. Missing cruise passenger's family wants search resumed
  198. Maid of the Mist to return despite loss of contract
  199. Blizzard hammers eastern Newfoundland
  200. Train derailment similarities cause for concern
  201. Veterans Affairs cut will hit services, says union
  202. Radiologist gets P.E.I. human rights hearing
  203. Air Canada strike threat raises Ottawa's concern
  204. Officer's final minutes shown in Ottawa murder trial
  205. Striking B.C. teachers back in classes Thursday
  206. Popular baby names in Alberta reflect royal visit
  207. Riot police move in on Montreal student protest
  208. Toronto fans abuzz over David Beckham match
  209. Immigration backlog could be erased, Kenney suggests
  210. Caribou slaughter outrages Manitoba First Nations
  211. Alberta reserves fight for safe drinking water
  212. Methadone requests spike after OxyContin delisting
  213. Tories to support NDP motion on Elections Canada powers
  214. Double-bunking provision included in prison expansion plan
  215. Iqaluit townhouse not inspected by fire marshal
  216. Alleged Tamil migrant mastermind charged
  217. World's mining powers converge in Toronto
  218. Air Canada gives pilots Thursday noon deadline
  219. Calgarians join in viral video's hunt for Joseph Kony
  220. Accused ex-Mountie admits to killing Ottawa police officer
  221. Toronto riding allowed voters with bogus addresses
  222. Student suffers eye injury at Montreal protest
  223. Paraplegic's $27,800 air ambulance bill cancelled
  224. Bank of Canada rate holds steady for 12th time
  225. 'Hell to pay' unless Tories increase election agency power
  226. U.S. fake cancer drug probe may have Canadian ties
  227. Tori Stafford's mom pointed police to McClintic
  228. School sexting incident alarms principal
  229. Spinnaker the dolphin dies at Vancouver Aquarium
  230. Man found dead on Greyhound bus in Kamloops
  231. Mail-order bride radio contest angers MP
  232. Feds failed to warn about drug shortage, Ontario says
  233. Calgary Zoo elephant's pregnancy raises herpes concerns
  234. Military search protocol changed after teen's death
  235. Students protest in several Quebec cities
  236. Mark Stobbe testifying at murder trial
  237. B.C. teachers' strikes may be outlawed before next job action
  238. MP's widow pleads for suicide prevention plan
  239. Care home waits 6 hours to send stroke victim to hospital
  240. Police officer involved in collision that killed woman
  241. Federal government employee misused funds
  242. Monsieur Lazhar wins 6 Genies
  243. Jobs recovery for young 'almost non-existent'
  244. OxyContin marketing blamed for addiction epidemic
  245. Travel insurance loophole devastates B.C. couple
  246. More voters-list issues found in Toronto riding
  247. Missing B.C. cruise passenger story goes international
  248. Purchase of new search and rescue planes delayed again
  249. Ex-Mountie to be cross-examined at murder trial
  250. B.C. mom offers reward in daughter's 1975 slaying