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  Ebola tests on patient negative  Preliminary tests on a woman feared to have the Ebola have been negative. Viral isolation tests are still being conducted Mystery illness  Health officials say they may never know exactly what mystery illness has left a Congolese woman near death Baby survives subzero night  13-month-old girl survived a night wearing only a diaper. She escaped without brain damage Train derailment injures 25   9 of the 14 cars of the passenger train carrying 124 people derailed north of Halifax, demolishing a building 3 arrested in train derailment  Youths may face charges of willfully damaging property that have endangered lives   6 with explosives arrested  They planned to disrupt an international conference with smoke bombs, grenades Summit of the Americas  The Free-Trade Zone of the Americas would take effect in 4 years. Democracy also tops agenda Globalization protesters battle police
No bail for bomb suspects  A judge denied bail for Sikh men accused of the 1985 bombing on Air India plane that killed 329 people Quebec leader to resign   Ebola scare


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  Woman who traveled from Africa and now is in Canada could have Ebola
 
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  Demonstrators tore down parts of a fence and barricades. Regional leaders gathered for the Summit of the Americas
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  Western Hemisphere nations endorsed a framework for a regional free trade pact after a two-day summit


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May.6   Tainted water crisis  Residents of a small town were infected by a deadly parasite in their water supply May.15   Beijing, Paris, Toronto bid for 2008
  Cities rated as excellent for their bids to stage the 2008 Summer Olympics. Osaka and Istanbul were ruled out


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Jul.4   Opposition chief won’t step down  Stockwell Day had no intention of stepping down despite resignation calls from 13 of his own members of Parliament Jul.17   Day proposed a new election  Stockwell Day, leader of main opposition party, proposed a new election for his job

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Aug.5 Greene wins 100-meter final Aug.6   Ukrainian beats Jones in 100-meter
  Zhanna Pintusevich-Block ends Jones' winning streak of 42 consecutive finals with 10.82 seconds
Aug.8 Szabo won 1,500 meters Jones won 200 meters Aug.9 Riedel wins fifth discus title Johnson wins 3rd world title Aug.24   9 hurt in emergency landing   The Air Transat Airbus 330 flying from Toronto to Lisbon made an emergency landing in Azores Islands

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Oct.10   Canadian shot dead
  Drive-by shooting also wounded his wife

November 2001 ... more > Top ^
Nov.15     Nazi's citizenship to be revoked
  Michael Seifert, 77, was convicted in Italy of being a guard who killed prisoners during WWII Nov.17   G-20 to freeze terrorists assets
  Finance ministers of 20 nations agreed to implement a U.N. resolution against terrorist financing

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Dec.3   Agreement to bolster border security
  U.S., Canada agreement on the 4,000-mile border will commit more resources to border patrol Dec.5   Commandos en route to Afghanistan
  After weeks of waiting, 250 commandos are on the move for deployment Dec.12   Smart border declaration  U.S. and Canada pledged to use new technology to secure border while promoting trade





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  Nazi's citizenship to be revoked  Michael Seifert, 77, was convicted in Italy of being a guard who killed prisoners during WWII Commandos en route to Afghanistan  After weeks of waiting, 250 commandos are on the move for deployment   Ebola scare




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Feb.7
  Woman who traveled from Africa and now is in Canada could have Ebola
Feb.7   Ebola tests on patient negative  Preliminary tests on a woman feared to have the Ebola have been negative. Viral isolation tests are still being conducted Feb.14 Mystery illness  Health officials say they may never know exactly what mystery illness has left a Congolese woman near death Feb.26 Baby survives subzero night  13-month-old girl survived a night wearing only a diaper. She escaped without brain damage Apr.12 Train derailment injures 25   9 of the 14 cars of the passenger train carrying 124 people derailed north of Halifax, demolishing a building Apr.13 3 arrested in train derailment  Youths may face charges of willfully damaging property that have endangered lives May.6 Tainted water crisis  Residents of a small town were infected by a deadly parasite in their water supply Aug.24 9 hurt in emergency landing   The Air Transat Airbus 330 flying from Toronto to Lisbon made an emergency landing in Azores Islands



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2001 May.15 Beijing, Paris, Toronto bid for 2008
  Cities rated as excellent for their bids to stage the 2008 Summer Olympics. Osaka and Istanbul were ruled out
Aug.5 Greene wins 100-meter final Aug.6 Ukrainian beats Jones in 100-meter
  Zhanna Pintusevich-Block ends Jones' winning streak of 42 consecutive finals with 10.82 seconds
Aug.8 Szabo won 1,500 meters Aug.8 Jones won 200 meters Aug.9 Riedel wins fifth discus title Aug.9 Johnson wins 3rd world title



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2001 Apr.22 Americas leaders back free trade
  Western Hemisphere nations endorsed a framework for a regional free trade pact after a two-day summit
Nov.17 G-20 to freeze terrorists assets
  Finance ministers of 20 nations agreed to implement a U.N. resolution against terrorist financing



Canada, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.10 No bail for bomb suspects  A judge denied bail for Sikh men accused of the 1985 bombing on Air India plane that killed 329 people Apr.13 3 arrested in train derailment  Youths may face charges of willfully damaging property that have endangered lives Apr.18   6 with explosives arrested  They planned to disrupt an international conference with smoke bombs, grenades Oct.10 Canadian shot dead  Drive-by shooting also wounded his wife Nov.15   Nazi's citizenship to be revoked  Michael Seifert, 77, was convicted in Italy of being a guard who killed prisoners during WWII



Canada, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.10 Quebec leader to resign Apr.19 Summit of the Americas  The Free-Trade Zone of the Americas would take effect in 4 years. Democracy also tops agenda Apr.20 Globalization protesters battle police
  Demonstrators tore down parts of a fence and barricades. Regional leaders gathered for the Summit of the Americas
Apr.22 Americas leaders back free trade
  Western Hemisphere nations endorsed a framework for a regional free trade pact after a two-day summit
Jul.4 Opposition chief won’t step down  Stockwell Day had no intention of stepping down despite resignation calls from 13 of his own members of Parliament Jul.17 Day proposed a new election  Stockwell Day, leader of main opposition party, proposed a new election for his job Dec.3 Agreement to bolster border security  U.S., Canada agreement on the 4,000-mile border will commit more resources to border patrol Dec.12 Smart border declaration  U.S. and Canada pledged to use new technology to secure border while promoting trade