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B. 05-21 Fire evacuation orders lifted north of Fort McMurray Fort McMurray, Alberta, Western Canada
C. 05-19 Wildfire raging in Alberta has spread into Saskatchewan Saskatchewan, Western Canada
3. 05-17 Canada fires cost oil sands production $985m Alberta, Western Canada
05-16 Workers evacuated from 12 Alberta oil camps due to wildfire Wood Buffalo, Alberta, Western Canada
F. 05-09 Fort McMurray: Leader says 90% of city survived Fort McMurray, Alberta, Western Canada
G. 05-08 Cooler temperatures, rain give firefighters hope in Canada Fort McMurray, Alberta, Western Canada
H. 05-08 Canada wildfire: Smoke alerts in Saskatchewan Saskatchewan, Western Canada
I. 05-07 Alberta blaze threatens neighbouring province McMurray, Alberta, Western Canada

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Workers evacuated from 12 Alberta oil camps due to wildfire. Western Canada Fort McMurray wildfire 'to double in size'. Western Canada Canada wildfire: Much of Fort McMurray 'could be destroyed'. Western Canada Canada wildfire forces mass evacuation in Fort McMurray Map of Fort McMurray Alberta Canada
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Canada wildfire forces mass evacuation in...
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23 injured after plane leaves runway on 'ab...
US rejects Keystone XL pipeline from Canada
Canada election: Liberals sweep to power
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Soldier killed in Canada shootings
Canada inmates in helicopter escape
Manhunt as police officers killed in Moncton
Two AP journalists shot in Afghanistan, one f...
Container ship towed away from Canadian coast
Deadly fire at Quebec elderly home
North America cold snap creeps east
'Polar vortex' grips North America
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Rob Ford says he bought drugs in last two yea...
Mayor of Montreal arrested
Canada foils terror attack on train
Canada inmates in helicopter escape
Brothers strangled to death by python that es...
20 dead, 30 presumed dead in Quebec oil train...
Fuel train explodes in Canadian town
Floods kill 3, force 75,000 from homes in Cal...
Rob Ford says he bought drugs in last two yea...
'Drunk' Toronto mayor in murder rant
Mayor of Montreal arrested
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Canadian 'killer' held in Berlin
Canada manhunt after limbs posted
Family convicted in 'honor murders'
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Canada pulls out of Kyoto accord
Canada welcomes William and Kate
PM Harper wins Canadian election
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Military commander gets life for killing 2
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G20 agrees on deficit cuts by 2013
Donors meet to plan Haiti rebuilding
Canada win thrilling final gold of Olympics
Olympic opening clouded by death
Luger killed in Olympics practice crash
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2007
Pig farmer confessed to 49 killings
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Gunman killed after college shooting
Toronto terror plot foiled
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All survive Air France jet crash and fire
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Correction gold medal; judge suspended
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Workers evacuated from 12 Alberta oil camps due to wildfire Map of Wood Buffalo Alberta Canada  Western Canada: About 4,000 workers from oil camps north of Canada's main oil sands city are being ordered to evacuate because of an approaching wildfire Fort McMurray: Leader says 90% of city survived. Western Canada Alberta blaze threatens neighbouring province. Western Canada Fort McMurray wildfire 'to double in size' Map of Fort McMurray Alberta Canada  Western Canada: A huge wildfire which devastated the Canadian oil town of Fort McMurray could double in size over the next 24 hours, officials say Canadian wildfire disrupts evacuation convoy. Western Canada Canada wildfire evacuees airlift starts. Western Canada Canada wildfire: Alberta declares emergency. Western Canada Canada wildfire: Much of Fort McMurray 'could be destroyed'   Western Canada: A massive wildfire that has forced the evacuation of all 88,000 people from Fort McMurray could destroy much of the Canadian city Canada wildfire forces mass evacuation in Fort McMurray Map of Fort McMurray Alberta Canada


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Jun. 13  Canadian man held hostage in Philippines executed by captors


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May.21  Fire evacuation orders lifted north of Fort McMurray
May.19  Wildfire raging in Alberta has spread into Saskatchewan
May.17  Canada fires cost oil sands production $985m
May.16  
May.9
May.8  Cooler temperatures, rain give firefighters hope in Canada
 Canada wildfire: Smoke alerts in Saskatchewan
May.7
 
May.6
May.5
 Massive Canada wildfire spreads south forcing more evacuations
May.4
 
 Canada wildfire may worsen amid mass evacuation
May.3  
  Western Canada: A huge wildfire has forced the evacuation of about 60,000 people from Fort McMurray - the entire population of the Canadian city


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Apr.25  Justin Trudeau outrage at 'cold-blooded murder' of hostage John Ridsdel: Hostage from Canada killed in Philippines
. Southern Philippines Apr.11  Canadian Attawapiskat First Nation suicide emergency

March 2016 ... more > Top ^
Mar.22  Rob Ford, Toronto ex-mayor, dies aged 46 from cancer

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Feb.22  Canadian serial killer book pulled from Amazon Feb.16  Canada's missing or killed indigenous women 'higher than thought' Feb.1  Landmark deal to protect Canada Great Bear Rainforest

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Jan.29  Five dead in 'very large' Canada avalanche Jan.22   School shooting: Four killed in Saskatchewan   Western Canada: Four people have been killed and several injured in a school shooting in the western Canadian province of Saskatchewan, police say

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December 2015 ... more > Top ^
Dec.30  At least 20 people reportedly injured due to turbulence on Air Canada flight

November 2015 ... more > Top ^
Nov.6 US rejects Keystone XL pipeline from Canada
. Washington

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Oct.27  Wave caused whale watching boat to capsize Oct.25   4 dead after whale watching boat carrying 27 sinks   Western Canada: Canadian authorities said at least three people were killed Sunday when a whale watching boat with 27 people on board capsized off Vancouver... Oct.20  Canada to withdraw fighter jets from Syria and Iraq Oct.19   Canada election: Liberals sweep to power   Canada's Liberal Party, led by Justin Trudeau, has decisively won parliamentary elections, ending 9 years of Conservative rule, partial results... Oct.18  Canada election: Polls due to open in tight race

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Aug.24  6 dead in plane crash during sightseeing trip in Quebec

March 2015 ... more > Top ^
Mar.28   23 injured after plane leaves runway on 'abrupt' landing   Maritime Provinces: Air Canada AC624 made an 'abrupt' landing and left the runway at the Halifax airport in bad weather, but there were no immediate reports of...

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Feb.24  Toronto police probe mystery bunker Feb.13  Canada foils 'mass shooting plot'

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Dec.30  Canadian police investigating 9 deaths at 3 crime scenes Oct.27  New Toronto mayor ends Rob Ford era Oct.23  Video of Ottawa attack released  Sergeant-at-Arms hailed as hero who shot Ottawa attacker  Canada parliament sits after attacks Oct.22  Canada not intimidated - PM Harper   Soldier killed in Canada shootings
Map of parliament Ottawa Canada  A gunman shot a soldier at a war memorial in Ottawa, then ran into the nearby parliament building where he exchanged gunfire with police Oct.21  Infant bodies found in Canada locker Oct.20  St-Jean-sur-Richelieu hit-and-run man 'radicalised' Oct.17  Container ship towed away from Canadian coast Sep.17  Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has cancer Sep.12  Embattled Toronto Mayor withdraws from race Sep.10  Toronto Mayor Rob Ford 'may have tumour' Jul.5  Arthur hits eastern Canada, causes power outages Jun.30  Toronto Mayor Rob Ford: Rehab saved my life Jun.7 Canada inmates in helicopter escape Jun.5  Moncton shooting: City on lockdown during manhunt Jun.4 Manhunt as police officers killed in Moncton. Maritime Provinces May.1  Toronto Mayor Rob Ford enters rehab Apr.4  Two AP journalists shot in Afghanistan, one fatally Feb.14  Huge snow storm pushes into Canada Jan.25  32 believed dead in Quebec retirement home fire  24 seniors missing in nursing home fire feared dead Jan.23   Deadly fire at Quebec elderly home   32 people have died after a fire tore through an old people's home in Quebec, officials have said Jan.6  North America cold snap creeps east Jan.5   'Polar vortex' grips North America
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  Toronto: Parts of the US are braced for potentially record-breaking low temperatures as a 'polar vortex' brings more freezing weather.
 A plane from Toronto has slid into snow as it turned onto a taxiway after landing at JFK airport


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Dec.22  Ice storm snarls travel, cuts power Nov.18  Toronto council strip most powers from embattled mayor Nov.13 Rob Ford says he bought drugs in last two years
. Toronto Nov.7   'Drunk' Toronto mayor in murder rant   Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has apologised for a video of him making threats to commit 'first-degree murder' against an unknown person Nov.5  Embattled Toronto mayor 'to stay on' Aug.5 Brothers strangled to death by python that escaped from Canadian pet store. Maritime Provinces Jul.11 20 dead, 30 presumed dead in Quebec oil train crash Jul.10  CEO: Runaway train's brakes weren't properly set  Sixty dead or missing after Lac-Megantic train blast Jul.9  Evidence criminal act may have led to train crash Jul.8  40 still missing after runaway train plows into town Jul.6     Fuel train explodes in Canadian town Map of Lac-Megantic Canada  A train carrying petrochemicals has exploded in Lac-Megantic, forcing the evacuation of up to 1,000 people Jun.22 Floods kill 3, force 75,000 from homes in Calgary. Western Canada Jun.20  Flooding in Canada may force 100,000 from homes Jun.17 Mayor of Montreal arrested Apr.22 Canada foils terror attack on train. Toronto Mar.17  Canada inmates in helicopter escape

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Jun.4  Canadian 'killer' held in Berlin May.30   Canada manhunt after limbs posted
Map of Montreal  Montreal: Canadian police are searching for a man wanted in connection with two packages of human limbs in Ottawa and a headless torso in Montreal Jan.29  Family convicted in 'honor murders' Jan.23  Blackberry-maker CEOs step down

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Dec.12 Canada pulls out of Kyoto accord
May.2 PM Harper wins Canadian election

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Oct.21  Military commander gets life for killing 2 Jun.27  G20 agrees on deficit cuts by 2013 Feb.28  Canada win thrilling final gold of Olympics Feb.12   Olympic opening clouded by death   Vancouver: The opening ceremony for the 2010 Winter Olympics began on a somber note as members of the delegation from Georgia mourned the loss

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Dec.4 Canada halts parliament amid row
Oct.31  3rd pipeline bombing in month Oct.14  Ruling Conservative Party gains 19 seats May.26  Foreign minister resigns

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Jan.22 Pig farmer confessed to 49 killings
. Vancouver

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Sep.13  Gunman killed after college shooting Jun.3 Toronto terror plot foiled
Jan.23 Conservative Harper leads in vote

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Dec.10  Deal reached at climate conference Nov.28 Government thrown out
Aug.2 All survive Air France jet crash and fire. Toronto Jun.28  Same-sex marriage approved

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Jun.28  PM in minority poll win

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Dec.12  Chretien stepped down for Paul Martin Aug.14 Major power outage
. New York

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Feb.15  Correction gold medal; judge suspended

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Apr.20  Globalization protesters battle police
before year 2000
Sep. 25, 1956   Trans-Atlantic telephone cables opened between Britain and America   Scotland: TAT-1 was laid between Gallanach Bay, near Oban, Scotland and Clarenville, Newfoundland between 1955 and 1956 by the cable ship Monarch Aug. 14, 1941     Atlantic Charter made public
Map of Placentia Bay Canada
  Maritime Provinces: The Charter was a pivotal policy statement, defined the Allied goals for the post-war world. It was drafted by the leaders of the UK and the U.S.
Apr. 14, 1912     S.S. Titanic sank Map of Newfoundland Canada
  Maritime Provinces: RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocea after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage
May. 25, 1879     Lord Beaverbrook born   An Anglo-Canadian business tycoon, politician, newspaper proprietor and writer who was an influential figure in British society Mar. 10, 1876   First intelligible sentences transmitted by Bell on the telephone Map of City of Brantford Ontario Canada
  Alexander Graham Bell was an eminent Scottish-born scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator
Mar. 29, 1867 Canada becomes a Dominion Jun. 29, 1858   Atlantic Cable laid
Map of Heart%27s Content Newfoundland Canada  Maritime Provinces: A transatlantic telegraph cable is an undersea cable running under the Atlantic Ocean used for telegraph communications Jun. 1, 1831 James Ross locates North Magnetic Pole Feb. 10, 1763     Peace of Paris ceded Canada to Britain  Signed by the kingdoms of Great Britain, France and Spain, after Britain's victory over France and Spain during the Seven Years' War Sep. 13, 1759   Battle of Quebec began   Death of James Wolfe and Louis Joseph de Montcalm. The Battle of the Plains of Abraham was a pivotal battle in the Seven Years' War Jul. 3, 1608 Samuel de Champlain founds Quebec Apr. 20, 1534  Jacques Cartier reaches Labrador Dec. 31, 1491  Jacques Cartier, explorer, born