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  1. What's open and closed in Ottawa on Monday
  2. Canadian soldier charged with murder in wife's death
  3. Queen Street water main work begins Monday
  4. 1 dead, 5 injured after boat hits small Ontario island
  5. Via Rail mulls tighter security after alleged terror plot
  6. Mystery man in critical condition after Gatineau fall
  7. Orleans man dies after tree falls on him in west Quebec
  8. Ottawa Mission heads outside during kitchen repairs
  9. Lac-Mégantic comes together for re-opening of beloved bar
  10. Police ID man killed in fall from Toronto carnival float
  11. Ottawa doctor loses Order of Canada after sperm mix-ups
  12. Liberal John Fraser retains McGuinty's Ottawa seat
  13. Language czar asks Baird to drop English-only business cards
  14. Olympians march in Vancouver Pride Parade
  15. Largest crowd for final Celebration of Light
  16. Earthquake rattles northern Vancouver Island, no injuries
  17. Canada's Ryan Cochrane wins silver at swim worlds
  18. Drowning victims' families form underwater recovery society
  19. Nanaimo Mounties probe suspicious death
  20. Thai fireworks team readies for Saturday's Celebration of Light
  21. Smithers, B.C., turns 100
  22. Northern B.C. ambulance workers quit over staffing concerns
  23. Caution urged as B.C. sees increased forest fire risk
  24. Vancouver gay-rights activists smooch at Russian consulate
  25. Bike rack time limit outrages Vancouver cyclist
  26. Is Vancouver Silicon Valley North?
  27. Vancouver Pride Parade expected to draw record crowd
  28. Calgary gears up for flood benefit concert
  29. Dozens of flood-damaged homes abandoned in High River
  30. Man dies a day after RCMP use Taser on him in Leduc, Alta.
  31. 1 dead after southeast stabbing
  32. Temporary structures to house High River donation centre, offices
  33. Will body-worn cameras help police and the public?
  34. Man charged in 2004 homicide
  35. Bomb squad called after explosives found in a Mahogany rock
  36. Colour Me Rad race comes to Calgary
  37. Calgary climber puzzled by new Mount Everest rules
  38. Trailers delivered for displaced Siksika residents
  39. Toxic algae on 3 lakes near Calgary prompts advisory
  40. Downtown Calgary hurting from tourism drop
  41. The evolution of summer classic Dancing In The Street
  42. Teen crash victims mourned at Lloydminster funerals
  43. RCMP shooting in Alberta leaves 1 dead, 1 injured
  44. Police looking for suspect after alleged sexual assault
  45. Edmonton Humane Centre hits record number of adoptions
  46. FDA to define 'gluten free' labels on products
  47. Creeping bellflower added to city's noxious weeds list
  48. Elderly home care client suddenly dropped by new provider
  49. Parents want province to fund treatment for child's rare condition
  50. 56 animals adopted at Edmonton Humane Society
  51. Police want men charged with murder in beating death
  52. Lashburn, Sask., gathers for 1st funeral of 6 teens
  53. Woman charged with murder in death of Pigeon Lake man
  54. Grand Cache RCMP shoot impaired driving suspect
  55. Two masked men rob Foam Lake tavern
  56. Canada's best junior divers compete in Saskatoon
  57. Regina's Tatiana Maslany wins Television Critics Association award
  58. Sask athletes ready for Canada Summer Games
  59. Bell of Batoche immortalized in song
  60. 18-year-old man dies in crash near Hodgeville, Sask.
  61. 17-year-old Saskatoon man dies in collision
  62. Cats brutally beaten, dumped near Prince Albert, Sask.
  63. Saskatoon's only female jockey leads the way
  64. 3 years since Burmese family triple homicide in Regina
  65. Happy ending for Saskatoon family seeking home
  66. TransCanada 'sensitive' to west-east pipeline concerns
  67. Foxtail barley dangerous to dogs, veterinarian warns
  68. Raptor Flight soars at Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park
  69. Ribfest fires up in Saskatoon
  70. BRIT'S PICKS: Top things to do in Sask. this weekend
  71. Police nab suspect after chase
  72. Man with knife threatens people in front of Midtown Plaza
  73. Saskatoon cyclists want new bridge opened to bikes
  74. Wooly mammoth bone found in gravel pit
  75. Sunday shopping still a hot debate in Winnipeg
  76. 3 men in hospital after crash near Ste. Anne
  77. 18-year-old woman in hospital following ATV crash
  78. Questions about privacy as Manitoba liberals choose their new leader
  79. Clothing needed for Winnipeg's less fortunate
  80. What's open in Winnipeg this long weekend
  81. Man stabbed several times in Winnipeg core
  82. Greg MacPherson's day job has had a dramatic effect on his music
  83. Swimming not recommended at Pelican Lake
  84. Golf course spa plans worry some Winnipeggers
  85. Manitoba family giving away house
  86. Manitoba man dead in ATV crash
  87. Bomb squad unearths suspicious object
  88. Toxic algae overtakes Killarney Lake
  89. Centra Gas customers get tiny break on rates
  90. Patrick Sharp brings Stanley Cup to Thunder Bay
  91. Canada-wide warrant issued for man accused of child sex assault
  92. Robber wields syringe in laundromat heist
  93. Greenstone mayor hopeful for full-time pipeline jobs
  94. Old McKellar hospital may get new patients
  95. Wynne's Liberals stung in Ontario byelections
  96. Family of dead construction worker satisified with inquest
  97. Thunder Bay, Kenora jail statistics 'misleading'
  98. Facial scrubs polluting Great Lakes with plastic
  99. Thunder Bay angler surprised by huge pike
  100. Relocate downtown Sudbury tracks soon, group urges
  101. Gypsy moths turning trees into 'toothpicks'
  102. Northerners assessing risk of TransCanada pipeline
  103. Teen charged with assault after Sudbury stabbing
  104. Caregivers for mentally ill push for support
  105. Province appoints supervisor for troubled Iroquois Falls hospital
  106. NDP want mandatory disclosure on rail car contents
  107. Elliot Lake mall owner inquiry grilling 'well-deserved'
  108. Ontario premier hopes to move past scandal after byelection losses
  109. Could take 200 days to replace Hatfield on council
  110. Hatfield 'brought Windsor back to the NDP,' says Horwath
  111. 3 things to do in Windsor this weekend
  112. Pigeon racing tough sell on youth
  113. Starving dog found tied to fence now healthy, adopted
  114. Harper says Keystone will spur jobs despite Obama claims
  115. Auto sales set record in July
  116. Windsor's mysterious hum is real, says researcher
  117. Don Cherry, Stevie Wonder considered for Windsor Arena party
  118. Greyhound bus from Toronto crashes in Michigan injuring 11
  119. What's open in Waterloo Region this holiday Monday
  120. Is this mural advertising or art?
  121. Pet owners seek compensation after dog killed by city bus
  122. Andrea's 5 fun things to do this weekend in Waterloo Region – Aug 2-5
  123. Toddler dies after found unconscious in London, Ont., pool
  124. Ontario byelections: Liberals 2, NDP 2, PCs 1
  125. Widow of Tim Bosma finds hope in her new charity
  126. Guelph Chief cites speed as cause of officer's death
  127. Record shelter cat numbers prompt temporary adoption plea
  128. Cooler weather to stick around in Waterloo Region
  129. Speed, road conditions led to death of Guelph officer, chief says
  130. New owners of The Shops at Waterloo Town Square named
  131. Storm chaser delights in Ontario's 'little tornado alley'
  132. Missing Waterloo teen found dead
  133. Far fewer Toronto library customers fail to pick up holds
  134. Toronto man charged with stunt driving in Wasaga Beach
  135. Girl learning to ride bike hit by suspected impaired driver
  136. Man arrested 3 years after murder warrant issued
  137. Blue Jays rally to beat Angels, avoid sweep in Anaheim
  138. Blue Jays place Steve Delabar on DL
  139. EDM festival keeps focus on music, fans
  140. Canadian mission in Bangladesh closed amid al-Qaeda threat
  141. Hold judgment on Yatim shooting, says police trainer
  142. Man dies after car crashes into tree
  143. City to remove hundreds of dead fish in High Park pond
  144. Expect delays driving in Toronto on long weekend
  145. 5 things you need to know about toxic hogweed
  146. CBC Music Live at Osheaga
  147. Suspicious fire damages Saint-Sauveur shopping centre
  148. Pierre's Picks: Osheaga's must-see acts
  149. Woman fined $219 for not paying bus fare with exact change
  150. Impact miss chance to move up in loss to D.C. United
  151. Harmful levels of second-hand smoke found on Montreal patios
  152. Montreal-area man faces 15 charges after police standoff
  153. Colonoscopies wrong for 8 Lakeshore Hospital patients
  154. Wife of former MUHC head Arthur Porter released on bail
  155. U.S. rail rules set to avert Lac-Mégantic tragedy repeat
  156. Bodies of two senior citizens dragged from Richelieu river
  157. Stock car race ends in tragedy after N.B. man's death
  158. Man, 69, killed by car while doing yard work
  159. Swimmers reach P.E.I. after 14K swim
  160. Woman who fell in Saint John lucky to be alive, say police
  161. Cherry Brook Zoo's Siberian tiger dies
  162. St. Croix River not safe, group warns
  163. Massive tungsten mine closer for Stanley
  164. Freddy the Nude Dude drops back into town
  165. 34 swimmers prepare to swim 14K between N.B., P.E.I.
  166. Calgary's flood-displaced anteaters arrive at Moncton zoo
  167. New Brunswick searches for a musical identity
  168. Chain-smoking, Shakespeare-quoting lawyer remembered in Saint John
  169. Moncton water use falling, but prices rising
  170. 2 political families join in holy matrimony
  171. Appeals court overturns sex assault conviction
  172. Islanders ask what Alberta oil pipeline means for P.E.I.
  173. Cycling doctors promote pancreatic cancer treatments
  174. $10M lawsuit filed over Testori group
  175. Man arrested after failed carjacking
  176. Food bank launches school supplies program
  177. Residents see battle lost as wind turbines go up
  178. Potato crop blight-free
  179. Islanders seek relief from heat
  180. RCMP hitting the highways for long weekend
  181. Syringe-wielding woman robs Hubbards pharmacy
  182. MADD CEO says N.S. PC party engaged in 'dirty politics'
  183. Animal services investgating dead dog hanging from deck
  184. Man sent to hospital after Hwy 103 motorcycle crash
  185. Ingonish, Cape Breton stabbing seriously injures 3
  186. Man charged in Old Sambro Road crash
  187. Friends fundraising for young family affected by cancer
  188. Using social media to help in your job search
  189. AG says MLA expense claim problems due to vague rules
  190. Homeless in Halifax face challenges during summer months
  191. Natural gas to start flowing from Deep Panuke
  192. On Point | Where does the Liberal leadership race stand?
  193. St. John's chefs craft culinary delights at pop-up deli
  194. 24-year-old dead after industrial explosion in Labrador
  195. Fires in Hopedale under investigation
  196. Liner Notes with Craig Young
  197. Students helping clean up Happy Valley-Goose Bay
  198. Nurses not solution to ER wait times, doctor says
  199. Rezori | Finding the story in Newman Sound
  200. Losing Argentia ferry means losing tourists, business owner says
  201. Ryan's Commander lawsuit dismissed in federal Supreme Court
  202. Gun-toting men break into Happy Valley-Goose Bay business
  203. Labrador teen describes Europe's Caribou Trail as 'unbelievable'
  204. 1 dead, 2 injured after industrial accident in Labrador
  205. Missing 74-year-old survives week in the woods
  206. WAM's picks for 5 must-see wicked weekend events
  207. 3 travel nearly 3,000 km to deliver boat to Nunavut
  208. Largest Pine Point, N.W.T. reunion in decades
  209. Yukon recyclers call for hike in refund rates
  210. 235 sexual assaults reported in Yellowknife since 2010
  211. Mosque's journey from Winnipeg to N.W.T. makes TV debut
  212. Yukon Quest ups prize money
  213. Wood Buffalo park now world’s largest dark sky preserve
  214. Sick ravens found near Watson Lake, Yukon
  215. Almost all-female council in Wrigley, N.W.T.
  216. 2 new lightning-started fires fought in Yukon
  217. Quebec Crees welcome interim decision against Strateco
  218. Camping can help regulate sleep patterns, study finds
  219. Company says regulatory delays may cancel summer plans
  220. Missing U.S. tourists presumed dead, say lodge owners
  221. Buskers hit Sparks Street in annual festival
  222. Are we hard-wired to buy Timmies for hundreds of strangers?
  223. Pakistani-Canadian farmer fills crop void in Canada
  224. Man airlifted after ATV crash in remote area near Stead
  225. Icelandic festival features Viking culture
  226. Personal chefs becoming more popular in the kitchen
  227. What is open and closed in Winnipeg today?
  228. Taking over federal docks helps municipalities make money
  229. Attacking bear on loose after camper saved by his dog
  230. Ring of Fire talks off to 'productive' start, Bob Rae says
  231. Holiday Monday: What you need to know
  232. Advocates push for access to Great Lakes on private property
  233. Volunteers blaze forward with Georgian Bay Coast Trail
  234. Fishing industry benefits from wet summer months
  235. What is open and closed in Toronto on Monday?
  236. Man with gunshot wound walks into Toronto hospital
  237. Sinkhole swallows backhoe in downtown Montreal
  238. Pedestrian killed by falling metal at Montreal construction site
  239. Driver dies trying to escape police on Hwy 20
  240. Man arrested for alleged AK-47 threat against La Ronde
  241. Activists and doctor among new Order of N.B. members
  242. Saint John brush manufacturer to close after 140 years
  243. Atlantic Beef lands major grocery-chain deal
  244. Softball tournaments bringing tourism boom
  245. Thousands celebrate Natal Day in Halifax-Dartmouth
  246. Dartmouth man stabbed
  247. Worker hurt at Ben's Bakery in Halifax
  248. Labrador cabin-owners rebuilding after forest fires
  249. Arson suspected in Grand Falls-Windsor fire
  250. Mussel farming reaching new depths in Notre Dame Bay