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Plane crash kills 17  Single-engine Antonov AN-2 crashed killing 13 tourists, including 6 Canadians, and 4 Cubans Bill Gates fooled by Quebec radio station  Two radio comics were pretending to be Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien US bomb kills Canadians troops  A US fighter plane has accidentally killed 4 soldiers and injuring 8 others during a routine training exercise Hurricanes win over Montreal Carolina eliminates Toronto Schumacher wins Montoya battle G8 split over Middle East  The chairman of Foreign ministers meeting Canadian Graham did not believe the peace conference will be in July Middle East dominates initial G8 talks  Leaders of the world's industrial powers gathered in the Canadian Rockies for their annual summit World's richest give $1bn to poorest  G8 will reduce the debt repayments for up to 22 African states under the Highly Indebted Poor Countries initiative Russia joins G8 top table
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USA, Canada advance to hockey final Canada captures hockey gold medal
Correction gold medal; judge suspended


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Feb.15  
  Russians grumbled after Olympic officials awarded a second gold medal to Canadians in a disputed figure-skating event
Feb.22
Feb.24  
  Canada gets first hockey gold medal in 50 years beating US 5-2. Iginla and Sakic each scored twice


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May.28


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Jun.13  
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Jun.27  
  Russia become a full member of the Group of Eight for showing 'remarkable economic and democratic transformation'
  Partnership for Africa plan at G8 summit
  Aid agencies say the plan fails to provide a solid commitment to help the continent emerge from poverty
Jun.28   Pilots blamed for 'friendly fire' deaths  A joint US-Canadian inquiry has blamed two F-16 fighter pilots for killing 4 Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan

July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.15   Police seek 2 in Jewish man's killing  David Rosenzweig, a 48-year-old Hasidic Jew, was stabbed to death in what authorities suspect may be a hate crime Jul.23     Pope warmly greeted in Toronto  A frail but determined John Paul II landed for a week of World Youth Day events Jul.25     Thousands welcome Pope
  Young pilgrims poured into a lakeside fairgrounds to welcome and cheer John Paul II in Toronto
Jul.26     Pope speaks to 'Catholic Woodstock'  Thousands of pilgrims attending World Youth Day exultantly greeted John Paul II, who told the flock to be peacemakers Jul.28     Pope speaks out on sex scandals  John Paul II has said that the abuse of children by priests is a source of 'deep sadness and shame' to the Church Jul.30   Space team closer to $10 million prize  A team in a private space race has completed its first major rocket engine test

August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2   Farmers despair in Prairie drought  Farmers are conceding defeat as acres of anxiety rather than fields of grain thrive on their parched land Aug.9   Priest charged with sexual assault
  Rev. Fernando Pontes, 53, a Roman Catholic priest, has been charged with sexually assaulting a 38-year-old man

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.9     Montreal police clash with protesters
  Scores of pro-Palestinian protesters stormed a university building where Benjamin Netanyahu was to speak

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3   Melbourne, Vancouver 'world's best cities'
  Those are the best cities in the world for expatriates to live in. Both Australia and Canada fared well in the survey

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.14   Anger over U.S. border screening
  Foreign Affairs Minister Bill Graham will raise the issue during a visit by Colin Powell to discuss military action against Iraq

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.9   Cuban survives stowaway ordeal
  A stowaway has reached Montreal alive after clinging to the landing gear of a passenger plane on a freezing flight from Cuba





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US bomb kills Canadians troops  A US fighter plane has accidentally killed 4 soldiers and injuring 8 others during a routine training exercise Pilots blamed for 'friendly fire' deaths  A joint US-Canadian inquiry has blamed two F-16 fighter pilots for killing 4 Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan Plane crash kills 17  Single-engine Antonov AN-2 crashed killing 13 tourists, including 6 Canadians, and 4 Cubans Farmers despair in Prairie drought  Farmers are conceding defeat as acres of anxiety rather than fields of grain thrive on their parched land Cuban survives stowaway ordeal  A stowaway has reached Montreal alive after clinging to the landing gear of a passenger plane on a freezing flight from Cuba Bill Gates fooled by Quebec radio station  Two radio comics were pretending to be Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien World's richest give $1bn to poorest  G8 will reduce the debt repayments for up to 22 African states under the Highly Indebted Poor Countries initiative Farmers despair in Prairie drought  Farmers are conceding defeat as acres of anxiety rather than fields of grain thrive on their parched land Melbourne, Vancouver 'world's best cities'  Those are the best cities in the world for expatriates to live in. Both Australia and Canada fared well in the survey Correction gold medal; judge suspended




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Feb.15
  Russians grumbled after Olympic officials awarded a second gold medal to Canadians in a disputed figure-skating event
Feb.22 USA, Canada advance to hockey final Feb.24 Canada captures hockey gold medal
  Canada gets first hockey gold medal in 50 years beating US 5-2. Iginla and Sakic each scored twice
May.13 Hurricanes win over Montreal May.28 Carolina eliminates Toronto Jun.9 Schumacher wins Montoya battle



Canada, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jul.15 Police seek 2 in Jewish man's killing  David Rosenzweig, a 48-year-old Hasidic Jew, was stabbed to death in what authorities suspect may be a hate crime Jul.28   Pope speaks out on sex scandals  John Paul II has said that the abuse of children by priests is a source of 'deep sadness and shame' to the Church Aug.9 Priest charged with sexual assault  Rev. Fernando Pontes, 53, a Roman Catholic priest, has been charged with sexually assaulting a 38-year-old man



Canada, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jun.13 G8 split over Middle East  The chairman of Foreign ministers meeting Canadian Graham did not believe the peace conference will be in July Jun.26 Middle East dominates initial G8 talks  Leaders of the world's industrial powers gathered in the Canadian Rockies for their annual summit Jun.26 World's richest give $1bn to poorest  G8 will reduce the debt repayments for up to 22 African states under the Highly Indebted Poor Countries initiative Jun.27 Russia joins G8 top table
  Russia become a full member of the Group of Eight for showing 'remarkable economic and democratic transformation'
Jun.27 Partnership for Africa plan at G8 summit
  Aid agencies say the plan fails to provide a solid commitment to help the continent emerge from poverty
Jul.23   Pope warmly greeted in Toronto  A frail but determined John Paul II landed for a week of World Youth Day events Jul.25   Thousands welcome Pope
  Young pilgrims poured into a lakeside fairgrounds to welcome and cheer John Paul II in Toronto
Jul.26   Pope speaks to 'Catholic Woodstock'  Thousands of pilgrims attending World Youth Day exultantly greeted John Paul II, who told the flock to be peacemakers Jul.28   Pope speaks out on sex scandals  John Paul II has said that the abuse of children by priests is a source of 'deep sadness and shame' to the Church Jul.30 Space team closer to $10 million prize  A team in a private space race has completed its first major rocket engine test Sep.9   Montreal police clash with protesters  Scores of pro-Palestinian protesters stormed a university building where Benjamin Netanyahu was to speak Nov.14 Anger over U.S. border screening  Foreign Affairs Minister Bill Graham will raise the issue during a visit by Colin Powell to discuss military action against Iraq