Montreal Gazette
Liberals hope to regroup after dodging election
CTV.ca - 13 hours ago
OTTAWA -- Liberals are taking solace from the old maxim that he who fights and runs away lives to fight another day. Stephane Dion's decision last week to run away from an election over the Harper government's throne speech, has bought the demoralized ...
Conservatives have strong lead in poll Reuters Canada
Won't support anti-environmental legislation: Dion Canada.com
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CBC North
Accused Mountie killer appears in court
Canada.com - 19 Oct 2007
EDMONTON -- The man accused of gunning down a Mountie in the Northwest Territories this month made a brief appearance in a Yellowknife courtroom Thursday.
Suspect in Mountie shooting appears in court Globe and Mail
Suspect in Mountie slaying set to appear in Yellowknife court CBC News
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Montreal Gazette
Accused Canadian denies Thai abuse allegations
CTV.ca - 3 hours ago
A Canadian citizen suspected of sex crimes against children in Thailand has denied the allegations against him. In an exclusive interview with CTV News, CTV's Steve Chao spoke with Christopher Paul Neil on Saturday in a Bangkok police station.
Canadian pleads from Thai jail: 'Help me get out' Canada.com
Canadian denies pedophile allegations AFP
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Hospitals Full of Victims and Solidarity With Bhutto
New York Times - 4 hours ago
Imran Ali was among the 540 surviving victims of the attack on Benazir Bhutto who remained in Karachi hospitals on Saturday. By CARLOTTA GALL KARACHI, Pakistan, Oct. 20 - The wards of the city’s hospitals on Saturday were still full of survivors of ...
After the night of the bloodbath, Bhutto's days of reckoning Independent
Bhutto is the last best hope for Pakistan Canada.com
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Probe begins into BC plane crash
Globe and Mail - 7 hours ago
Fire Department personnel look at the wreckage of a small plane that crashed into the ninth floor of an apartment building in Richmond, BC Friday.
Tower crash pilot was Second World War vet Canada.com
Inspectors begin inspecting site of fatal BC crash National Post
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French fall out of love with marriage habit
Guardian Unlimited - 5 hours ago
She wore Prada, not Chanel, and was clearly not cut out for the role of France's first lady. But beyond the obvious, kind explanation for Cecilia Sarkozy's divorce lies a more intriguing question: why, in a land of such apparently relaxed sexual mores, ...
Mme. Sarkozy tells why she is leaving Toronto Star
Sarko: le DIVORCE Independent
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UN Chronicle
People: Melissa Etheridge, Ang Lee, Britney Spears
International Herald Tribune - 19 Oct 2007
AP Melissa Etheridge, Alicia Keys and Annie Lennox are among the artists who will perform at the annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Norway, organizers said.
Keys, Lennox to perform at peace prize bash Stuff.co.nz
Peace Nobel for Pachauri’s green panel, Gore Hindustan Times
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Pitfalls abound if US labels slaughter of Armenians a genocide
International Herald Tribune - 19 Oct 2007
AP It's a dispute that goes back nearly a century - yet suddenly it's overshadowing everything from America's engagement in Afghanistan and Iraq to Turkey's friendship with Israel and its drive to join the EU.
Two ways of looking at the Armenian genocide Khaleej Times
The challenges of confronting the Armenian genocide U.S. News & World Report
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Waterloo Record
Water on Mars: Look just below the surface
Toronto Star - 18 Oct 2007
Ingenious detective work by University of Guelph researchers has uncovered the strongest evidence yet of large reservoirs of water today at the Martian surface.
'Strong proof' of water found on Mars Globe and Mail
Long-lived Mars rovers to keep on roving Computerworld
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Spiegel Online
Talabani condemns Syria PKK stance
Aljazeera.net - 14 hours ago
The Iraqi president has condemned Syria's support for a possible Turkish military incursion into northern Iraq to attack Kurdish based fighters.
Talabani chides Syria over Kurds BBC News
Iraq President Assails Syria’s Support for Turkish Cross-Border Threat New York Times
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Windsor Star
School bus driver may be charged in deadly crash
Canada.com - 18 hours ago
CALGARY -- The driver of a school bus involved in a crash which killed an nine-year-old girl Thursday may be charged, say Calgary police.
Probe in fatal crash focuses on driver, school bus Edmonton Sun
Parents, students mourn following Calagary crash National Post
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Flaherty takes centre stage in pricing backlash
Globe and Mail - 22 hours ago
WASHINGTON, OTTAWA, TORONTO -- Finance Minister Jim Flaherty says it's his job to pressure retailers into lowering their prices and passing on the savings generated by a stronger Canadian dollar.
Retailers put a price on parity Toronto Star
Flaherty to meet retailers about cutting prices CTV.ca
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Regina Leader-Post
Neil Young, Joni Mitchell top best 100 Canadian albums
Canada.com - 18 Oct 2007
A few years ago, The Top 100 Canadian Albums wouldn't have existed. The book, released Thursday, is author Bob Mersereau's compilation of the best albums recorded by Canadians in the last 50 years.
Neil Young not tops with everyone Toronto Star
A harvest of hits ChronicleHerald.ca
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Philadelphia Inquirer
Economics of NFL in Toronto is confusing business
Edmonton Sun - 19 hours ago
By JONATHAN HUNTINGTON, SUN MEDIA VANCOUVER -- Rick LeLacheur delivered a very clear message to CFL fans fearing the NFL's possible arrival in Canada.
West teams could survive NFL Canada.com
Toronto holds key to club's future Toronto Star
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Top court backs auto insurers, overturns lower court cases
CBC News - 19 Oct 2007
Canada's top court ruled Friday that car insurance companies don't have to cover injuries sustained indirectly from the use of a vehicle, overturning two lower court decisions.
Top court rejects two claims against insurers Globe and Mail
Man devastated after top court overturns ruling Savings gone, h Brockville Recorder and Times
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Alberta royalty details expected by end of October
Reuters Canada - 19 Oct 2007
By Jeffrey Jones CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Alberta's premier has given himself more breathing room before announcing the details of changes to oil and gas royalties in the Canadian province, but he promised predictability and stability for investors ...
Alberta royalty details now expected by month end Canada.com
Stelmach touts benefits of existing royalties Edmonton Sun
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Shot pregnant friend, man guilty of murder
Globe and Mail - 20 hours ago
EDMONTON -- An Edmonton man who shot his pregnant childhood friend because he believed the unborn child she was carrying was Lucifer's baby was found guilty yesterday of first-degree murder.
Drug use no excuse Edmonton Sun
Baker guilty of shooting pregnant friend National Post
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Gaming Today
An Orange revolution
Globe and Mail - 18 Oct 2007
Where to start - that's the issue with the Orange Box. This compendium from Valve Corp. contains five games that are among the best the medium has to offer.
"Orange Box" emerges as video game sleeper hit Reuters India
Half-Life 2: The Orange Box review (PC) Boomtown
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The Province
CORRECTED: Canadian ferry crews warned against smoking pot
Reuters Canada - 18 Oct 2007
By Allan Dowd VANCOUVER, British Columbia (Reuters) - Transportation investigators warned on Wednesday that marijuana use by ferry crews on Canada's West Coast was a clear risk to public safety, but the head of BC Ferries Corp said the government ...
Ferries can do drug tests now, says minister Canada.com
Law allows mandatory drug tests, minister says Vancouver Sun
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Montreal Gazette
The Dalai Lama Goes to Washington
Washington Post - 8 hours ago
The Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, spent five days in Washington this past week. He met with President Bush and was presented the Congressional Gold Medal, the nation’s highest and most distinguished civilian award.
US No. 2 diplomat meets with Dalai Lama for talks International Herald Tribune
A Hubbub Over a Visit by the Dalai Lama? Not in New York New York Times
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