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  Toronto removed from SARS list  Last probable case was detected and isolated June 12, 20 days ago, or twice the incubation period   Photojournalist died after interrogation  Iran's Vice President: Canadian-Iranian Zahra Kazemi died as a result of a blow to the head Search in pig farm killer case expands  Police have spent more than a year digging for bodies at the farm of alleged serial killer Robert Pickton Thousands flee blazes   The worst fire season in a half-century in British Columbia has forced more than 8,500 residents from their homes Major power outage
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2 more SARS deaths in Toronto Canada SARS cases number 41 Michael Schumacher wins GP Pilots wan't be prosecuted for friendly fire  The Air Force dropped homicide and assault charges against 2 pilots who bombed Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan   SARS kills two more  A 55-year-old man and an 81-year-old woman were ill for a long time and died of complications from SARS 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
8 skiers killed in avalanche Map of British Columbia Canada  An avalanche crashed down a mountainside in eastern British Columbia Fog slows investigation of avalanche 7 pupils killed in avalanche Man jailed for Air India bombing Hull becomes sixth player with 700 goals Concorde in emergency landing Electrical fire caused '98 Swissair crash Baseball Opening Day Deadly virus claims more lives Weir wins Masters title  Mike Weir is the first Canadian to win the Masters, making 2 clutch pars to force a playoff with Mattiace SARS death toll rises Toronto transit passenger had SARS   WHO increases SARS travel warnings Map of Shanxi China  The World Health Organization is urging people to avoid unnecessary trips to Shanxi Province, Beijing and Toronto, Ontario Air India trial opens, 18 years on Toronto travel warning lifted Canada gets World hockey title  Carter scored in OT as Canada won its first Hockey World Championship title in 6 years by beating Sweden 3-2 Mad cow disease reported  The cow was tested and killed after showing signs of illness. It is the Canada's first case in 10 years Countries ban Canadian beef Devils advance to finals over Senators   Friesen sent his team to the finals with a 3-2 victory over the Ottawa in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals Toronto: 25 possible new SARS cases Toronto suspects 33 SARS cases   Toronto back on WHO's SARS list


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  The International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver over bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea
 
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  An outage struck simultaneously across dozens of cities in the eastern U.S. and Canada
Aug.15   Inquiry hunts origin of blackouts  The United States and Canada are setting up a joint taskforce to try to find out what caused the worst power cuts Aug.21     SoBig.F breaks virus speed records
  The computer virus has already overwhelmed hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide


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Sep.23   Arctic ice shelf splits  The largest shelf in the Arctic has fractured, releasing all the water from the lake it dammed Sep.27     Juan strengthens, heads to Canada  Hurricane picked up strength in the Atlantic with sustained winds of 85 mph

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Oct.22   El Al Jet Diverted After Security Threat
  An Israeli airliner was diverted twice after an unspecified threat to the plane and to Toronto airport

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Nov.14   Martin claiming leadership of Liberal Party
  65-year-old Paul Martin will succeed retiring Prime Minister Jean Chretien without an election

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Dec.8   Toronto theater collapse kills 1  Firefighters rescued a student trapped for hours in the rubble of a theater that collapsed during demolition Dec.12   Chretien stepped down for Paul Martin
  A former finance minister has pledged to seek smoother ties with the United States despite strains over Iraq





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Pilots wan't be prosecuted for friendly fire  The Air Force dropped homicide and assault charges against 2 pilots who bombed Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan 8 skiers killed in avalanche Map of British Columbia Canada  An avalanche crashed down a mountainside in eastern British Columbia Fog slows investigation of avalanche 7 pupils killed in avalanche Concorde in emergency landing Electrical fire caused '98 Swissair crash Deadly virus claims more lives SARS death toll rises Toronto transit passenger had SARS   WHO increases SARS travel warnings Map of Shanxi China  The World Health Organization is urging people to avoid unnecessary trips to Shanxi Province, Beijing and Toronto, Ontario Toronto travel warning lifted Mad cow disease reported  The cow was tested and killed after showing signs of illness. It is the Canada's first case in 10 years Toronto: 25 possible new SARS cases Toronto suspects 33 SARS cases   Toronto back on WHO's SARS list




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  Toronto reported a rash of new cases in recent days. 800 people are in quarantine
May.28 2 more SARS deaths in Toronto May.29 Canada SARS cases number 41 Jun.22   SARS kills two more  A 55-year-old man and an 81-year-old woman were ill for a long time and died of complications from SARS Jul.2   Toronto removed from SARS list
  Last probable case was detected and isolated June 12, 20 days ago, or twice the incubation period Aug.2 Thousands flee blazes   The worst fire season in a half-century in British Columbia has forced more than 8,500 residents from their homes Aug.14 Major power outage
  An outage struck simultaneously across dozens of cities in the eastern U.S. and Canada
Sep.23 Arctic ice shelf splits  The largest shelf in the Arctic has fractured, releasing all the water from the lake it dammed Sep.27   Juan strengthens, heads to Canada  Hurricane picked up strength in the Atlantic with sustained winds of 85 mph Oct.22 El Al Jet Diverted After Security Threat  An Israeli airliner was diverted twice after an unspecified threat to the plane and to Toronto airport Dec.8 Toronto theater collapse kills 1  Firefighters rescued a student trapped for hours in the rubble of a theater that collapsed during demolition



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2003 Apr.29 Toronto travel warning lifted May.20 Mad cow disease reported  The cow was tested and killed after showing signs of illness. It is the Canada's first case in 10 years May.21 Countries ban Canadian beef Aug.15 Inquiry hunts origin of blackouts  The United States and Canada are setting up a joint taskforce to try to find out what caused the worst power cuts Aug.21   SoBig.F breaks virus speed records
  The computer virus has already overwhelmed hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide




Canada, 2003 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2003 Feb.10 Hull becomes sixth player with 700 goals Mar.31 Baseball Opening Day Apr.13 Weir wins Masters title  Mike Weir is the first Canadian to win the Masters, making 2 clutch pars to force a playoff with Mattiace May.11 Canada gets World hockey title  Carter scored in OT as Canada won its first Hockey World Championship title in 6 years by beating Sweden 3-2 May.23 Devils advance to finals over Senators   Friesen sent his team to the finals with a 3-2 victory over the Ottawa in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals Jun.15 Michael Schumacher wins GP Jul.2 2010 Winter Games given to Vancouver
  The International Olympic Committee selected Vancouver over bids from Salzburg, Austria, and Pyeongchang, South Korea




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2003 Feb.10 Man jailed for Air India bombing Apr.28 Air India trial opens, 18 years on Jun.19 Pilots wan't be prosecuted for friendly fire  The Air Force dropped homicide and assault charges against 2 pilots who bombed Canadian soldiers in Afghanistan Jul.16   Photojournalist died after interrogation  Iran's Vice President: Canadian-Iranian Zahra Kazemi died as a result of a blow to the head Jul.20 Search in pig farm killer case expands  Police have spent more than a year digging for bodies at the farm of alleged serial killer Robert Pickton



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2003 Jul.16   Photojournalist died after interrogation  Iran's Vice President: Canadian-Iranian Zahra Kazemi died as a result of a blow to the head Nov.14 Martin claiming leadership of Liberal Party  65-year-old Paul Martin will succeed retiring Prime Minister Jean Chretien without an election Dec.12 Chretien stepped down for Paul Martin
  A former finance minister has pledged to seek smoother ties with the United States despite strains over Iraq