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  1. Remembrance Day: National holiday?
  2. Somalia & The Pirates
  3. Panhandlers
  4. Roman Catholic church only true church, says Vatican
  5. If you live near a prison or correctional facility how safe do you feel?
  6. Multple suspicious deaths probed south of Calgary
  7. If Dion steps aside who should replace him and why?
  8. Joanna Wagstaff....
  9. White House dog
  10. 'We will tone you down,' Chavez warns news channel
  11. Israel launches air strikes, ground forces into Gaza
  12. Iranian president in United States
  13. Woman mauled to death by tiger in B.C. Interior
  14. Canadian dollar hits new 30-year high
  15. Should the Green party be allowed in national leaders debates?
  16. How does shift work affect your life?
  17. Another excellent, witty article by H. Malick
  18. Bono, Geldof slam Canada as a 'laggard' on African aid
  19. What should be done to prevent more ships from being pirated?
  20. Is Canada a peaceful country?
  21. How do you feel after learning some parts of the Olympic opening ceremony weren't aut
  22. Bail out the Big 3?
  23. Obesity epidemic looms: Experts
  24. Where should pets be allowed?
  25. Should all caffeinated drinks be labeled?
  26. How would you use an invisible blanket?
  27. Canada's cuisine comes of age
  28. Pirated goods a $650-billion industry
  29. What does the interest rate drop mean to you?
  30. Should we provide free public washrooms?
  31. Canada should stay in Afghanistan past 2009, NATO chief says
  32. Discussion open - Tuesday, Dec. 2: Are you in favour of the government being brought
  33. Should Canada ban fast food ads? Do you think this would affect your child's diet?
  34. Should Canada have more official clothing-optional beaches?
  35. Are there any great records left to be set on planet earth?
  36. Injured dog found in Vancouver dumpster
  37. Saddam Hussein executed
  38. Pickton interrogation video played for jury
  39. Money moved into money market funds in September
  40. Canada's immigration policy bans common Sikh names
  41. Homelessness 'chronic' in Canada: study
  42. What do humans do for the Earth's biosphere that isn't about humans?
  43. Please Remove That Canadian Flag From Your Desk
  44. What's the best financial tip you've ever received?
  45. Fewer staff and more ads for the CBC as broadcaster slashes budget
  46. Government trying to 'bully' public servants, accused leaker says
  47. Do you donate blood? If not, why?
  48. Would legalizing and regulating street racing reduce deaths?
  49. Taliban official admits U.S. strike killed military chief: report
  50. Byron Nelson dead at 94
  51. Your friends can make you fat: study
  52. What's your view on Kick a Ginger Day?
  53. May softens Green view of seal hunt
  54. Khadr's plight in Guantanamo ignored by Canada, lawyers say
  55. 3 police officers shot in Winnipeg
  56. What do you think Michael Ignatieff's top priority should be when he takes control of
  57. Conservatives cracking down on toxic chemicals
  58. Eat less meat, reduce global heat, says study
  59. Laval roadway was crumbling before tragedy
  60. E. coli traced to cattle ranch near spinach fields
  61. Mulroney slams Trudeau as lacking moral fibre
  62. Breast cancer more common in farm workers: study
  63. Canadiens hold off Flyers
  64. Leafs lose exhibition finale
  65. Edmonton to train doctors to use life-saving mechanical heart for children
  66. CN Rail union rejects voluntary return to work
  67. Ex-Mountie to serve time in prison
  68. Do you feel that your consumption habits hurt the environment?
  69. Should the Olympic Games be used as a forum to express political messages?
  70. Do you think Ignatieff can lead the Liberals to power?
  71. China opposes military response to N. Korean nuclear test
  72. Montreal transit workers strike
  73. 3 die as Canadian plane crashes in New York state
  74. Fueling the future: How are high fuel prices affecting your future plans?
  75. Former Ont. priest sentenced to 3 years in prison
  76. U.S. activists call for consumers to ban the water bottle
  77. Economy sees slim growth in July
  78. Should the sale of high-caffeine drinks be banned from schools?
  79. Should pharmacists be able to renew prescriptions without a doctor?
  80. 2 Canadians killed in Afghan attack
  81. Do you worry about picking up an infection if you have to visit a hospital?
  82. Hijackers of Turkish jet surrender
  83. Penguins sold to RIM exec
  84. Skipper actor Bellew dies at 67
  85. Brazil vote marked by corruption scandal
  86. Woman found stabbed in Gatineau Park
  87. Bruins beat Canadiens in thriller
  88. Simon, Roberts up for CFL MVP
  89. Sabres rally to edge Canadiens
  90. Leafs nip Panthers in shootout
  91. Wife's evidence inadmissible in murder conviction: top court
  92. Yukon Party gets majority
  93. Curling Canada denies language issue led to Quebec City's failed bid
  94. Hundreds attend vigils for Amish schoolgirls
  95. N. Korea tests nuclear weapon
  96. B.C. school board looks south for students
  97. Prison tattoo parlours get the axe
  98. Former Turkish PM buried
  99. Salmonella scare sparks Hershey recall
  100. Als coach Matthews resigns
  101. Japan, China demand N. Korea scrub A-bomb test
  102. National team athletes struggle to make ends meet, Igali says
  103. England stumbles in European qualifying
  104. Torre keeps Yankee job
  105. Suicide bomber injures one Afghan in attack on Canadian troops
  106. How would you cope with a coffee-cup ban in your community?
  107. Turkish writer wins Nobel for literature
  108. Environment minister to discuss emissions with car makers
  109. Pickton trial jury pool to narrow from 600 to 13
  110. Tigers even series with Yankees
  111. U.S. arrests Iranians in Iraq
  112. Defiant Saddam sentenced to hang
  113. Will you buy Maple Leaf products once the recall is lifted?
  114. Air Canada pilots try to block proposed $2-billion distribution
  115. France moves to limit smoking
  116. Toronto or Tim's: Who should pay to recycle plastic lids?
  117. Court rules N.S. Sunday shopping law invalid
  118. Jays lost a member of the family: Godfrey
  119. How safe do you feel when it comes to driving over bridges, under overpasses and usin
  120. Palin is just a regular hockey Mom and not part of the Wash elite
  121. N.B. Liberals get right to work after swearing-in
  122. Longtime fan donates $35M US to San Francisco opera
  123. Quake off Taiwan triggers tsunami alert
  124. Who shouldn't have the right to strike?
  125. What were the driving laws when you were young? Do you think the new laws are an impr
  126. Shooter at Amish school said he abused relatives
  127. Cardinals win NLDS opener
  128. TSX tumbles on income trust reaction
  129. Loblaw workers issue Thanksgiving strike mandate
  130. No need to worry about flu shot delay: influenza experts
  131. Canada, U.S., Mexico summit draws big protests
  132. Conjoined twins delivered at Vancouver hospital
  133. UN report reveals 'shocking' levels of violence against children
  134. Domi violates court order: report
  135. NATO soldier killed in Afghanistan
  136. Leafs rebound to crush Senators
  137. Does the revenue generated justify hunting polar bears?
  138. Canadian on list for top FIFA prize
  139. Roadside memorials: A distraction or do they encourage you to drive better?
  140. Breast cancer more common in denser tissue
  141. Double hole-in-one for N.S. golfer
  142. Tigers strike first in ALCS
  143. Transport Canada toughens bad weather landing rules
  144. Devils rally to beat Leafs in SO
  145. Ron MacLean referees pre-season game
  146. Route 66, Rin Tin Tin producer dies
  147. U2 recording studio to tower over Dublin
  148. Workers begin to dismantle collapsed Laval overpass
  149. Israel increases air strikes on Gaza
  150. Summit passes resolution recognizing Lebanese, Israeli suffering
  151. Senators open with win over Leafs
  152. Quebec as 'nation' divides Liberal candidates
  153. Inspections clear all but 1 Quebec overpass
  154. Leaked tape adds fuel to Hungarian protest
  155. Arar thanks RCMP chief for apology
  156. Canadians acquire part of coveted native artifact collection
  157. Leafs' Kubina injures knee
  158. Canadian troops join NATO offensive
  159. Astros' Clemens denies drug use
  160. Dozens killed in Baghdad car bombings
  161. No lease deals at GM: How will you respond?
  162. How do you define 'success'?
  163. Shuttle the 'best' space vehicle, Canadian astronaut says
  164. Passports needed to fly to U.S. starting Jan. 23
  165. Tell us your Halloween plans?
  166. Suicide bombers kill dozens in Iraq
  167. Names of 'Johnathan' killers released
  168. TSX drops 261 points; Dow hits record high
  169. Alberta going after $104M in traffic fines
  170. Canada shreds plan to scrap paper maps
  171. Blue Jays win 2nd in a row
  172. Psoriasis linked to higher heart attack risk: study
  173. UN must take 'decisive action' after North Korean nuclear test: U.S., Japan
  174. Fiji military head seizes government control
  175. Use public transit, police urge commuters after Laval road collapse
  176. Gunman kills at least 3 at small Amish school
  177. Mission accomplished: Cruise, Holmes tie the knot
  178. CÚline Dion's name goes on - a street
  179. Canada to go for world hockey gold
  180. Recuperating Ebert to write occasional movie reviews
  181. Health ministers tell Clement to cough up on wait times
  182. Oilers top Canucks
  183. Hillier: Canadians still support Afghan mission
  184. Bush seeks halt to bottom trawling
  185. ASA may block development of asthma
  186. Keep eye on scales to stop weight from creeping back
  187. What can you do to monitor what your child is doing online?
  188. Wanted: Russian version of Brooke Shields for sitcom remake
  189. Yukoners head to the polls
  190. Australian state rejects deal with 'Dr. E. Coli'
  191. Man guilty of assault after putting baby in freezer
  192. Bomber attacks Canadian convoy, no injuries
  193. Alonso earns second F1 title
  194. The Scott Brisson Nuptials
  195. Environmental group calls for national standards on drinking water
  196. Family mourns as body of Canadian soldier is sent home
  197. Pakistan behind train bombings: Indian police
  198. Warm, dry winter forecast for much of Canada
  199. Canada names 4 Nations roster
  200. Storm warnings issued for eastern Newfoundland
  201. Jobless rate slips to near-record 6.4 per cent in September
  202. Quebec health minister weighs in on skinny model debate
  203. Madonna signs papers to adopt Malawian boy
  204. NATO soldier killed in southern Afghanistan
  205. Ottawa eyes income splitting for all Canadians: Flaherty
  206. British army chief says Iraq pullout needed soon
  207. Loyalist icon charged with attempted murder
  208. Crown files formal indictments in Pickton case
  209. Cross-border shopping: price comparisons
  210. Yankees too much for Tigers
  211. Dentists' tombs unveiled south of Cairo
  212. Winning in Afghanistan will take time: Hillier
  213. Ceremonies mark anniversary of deadly Pakistan quake
  214. Survey finds Canadians need tips on tipping
  215. Delgado blasts Mets past Dodgers
  216. Winnipeg plastics fire could be extinguished Tuesday
  217. U.S. economy losing more than $20B to film piracy: report
  218. Abitibi-Consolidated to close 4 Quebec mills
  219. Oilers easily silence Coyotes
  220. North American curlers widen gap
  221. Teen dies after Toronto school shooting
  222. Cardinals send Padres packing
  223. Senators stifled by Flames
  224. Fans flock to Munch Museum to see damaged Scream, Madonna
  225. Alouettes clinch CFL East
  226. Former investment banker Rankin gets new trial
  227. Feds cancel aboriginal smoking program
  228. Fireworks, parties usher in 2007
  229. Iraq 'cause celebre' for jihadists: U.S. report
  230. Ship takes on water off P.E.I.
  231. Oilers bow to Red Wings
  232. Senators stick it to Sabres in Game 1
  233. NHL season ready to roll
  234. Tories to reverse the onus on dangerous offenders
  235. Inspections clear all but 1 Quebec overpass
  236. It's Halloween! Tell us your ghost stories.
  237. 150 abducted in downtown Baghdad
  238. Suicide bomber strikes Canadian convoy
  239. Tearful reunion for kidnapped boys' families
  240. Quiviger, Soucy on short list for Giller Prize
  241. FBI agents slip into Canada without approval: report
  242. News Corp cancels O.J. Simpson book, special
  243. Opera singer and comedian Anna Russell dies
  244. Former Chilean dictator Pinochet dies
  245. Space shuttle docks with space station
  246. Tories announce energy efficiency plan
  247. Nokia unveils low-power wireless connection technology
  248. Babel takes lead in Golden Globe nominations
  249. First dose of winter slams central Canada
  250. Dion surges to Liberal leadership victory