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U.S. lifts Canada mad cow ban  A federal appeals court has overturned the ban on imports of the cattle, throwing out a lower court's ruling Canada legalizes gay marriage  Canada is becoming the world's fourth nation to grant full legal rights to same-sex couples All survive Air France jet crash and fire
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Gretzky fears bleak future for NHL Anglican rift deepens over gays Airline strands hundreds Two cleared of Air India bombing   A Canadian judge has cleared two Sikh militants of involvement in the 1985. Probe call after the verdict Pressure builds on government PM apologizes for corruption scandal Canada holds off Russia PM wins no-confidence vote Government retained Parliament control Raikkonen wins Grand Prix Child dies as hostage crisis ends  A standoff at an international school has ended with the deaths of a Canadian boy and two gunmen Hundreds evacuated from Calgary flood  Flooding forced the evacuation of about 1,500 people and swamped or cut off hundreds of homes Same-sex marriage approved
MDA nets Hubble repair deal Chretien defends use of funds NHL cancel season


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  The NHL canceled the remainder of the season after last-ditch offers were rejected on the final day of negotiations
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  Parliament approved legislation to allow same sex-marriages, despite fierce opposition from conservative politicians


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  A jetliner attempting to land overran a runway, smashed into a gully and burst into flames
Aug.3   Toronto jet 'black boxes' found  Flight data and voice recorders from the Air France jet that burst into flames have been found Aug.7   Veteran newsreader Peter Jennings dies  Canadian-born, who read the news to Americans in 5 separate decades, has died at the age of 67 Aug.23   Canada hints at trade war with U.S.  2 ministers warning of tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation for Washington's policies against Canadian lumber

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Oct.2   21 elderly tourists die on lake  The Ethan Allen, a boat in NY state, has capsized and sunk. The majority of the 47 passengers were Canadians Oct.6   Legionnaire's disease killed 16  The spread of the illness that killed 16 elderly people at a Toronto nursing home has been contained

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Nov.25   Native cash deal outlined  $4.3bn program to fight poverty in native communities was unveiled at the end of an 2-day summit Nov.26   $4.3bn deal to fight native poverty
  A landmark deal with Indian and northern Inuit communities is to help lift them from the poverty Nov.27     Canada, UK confirm Iraq kidnapping  4 Western aid workers in Iraq, including 2 from Canada and 1 from Britain, have been kidnapped   Montreal climate summit to begin  The first United Nations climate conference since the Kyoto agreement came into force Nov.28   Government thrown out
  Prime Minister Martin's government has been ousted in a no-confidence vote. 3 opposition parties were united


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Dec.3   Thousands rally against U.S. climate stand  Thousands of environmentalists marched in Montreal to urge to do more to curb global warming Dec.7   UN climate talks enter key phase
  Environment ministers in Montreal are trying to break a deadlock over climate change policy Dec.9   UN poised for new climate talks  Delegates have agreed on talks to cut greenhouse gases after 2012 but it is unclear if the US is included Dec.10   US 'close to climate agreement'  The United States are edging towards an agreement with other countries over further talks   Deal reached at climate conference
  More than 150 nations agreed to launch formal talks on reductions in greenhouse gases, excluding the US





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Hundreds evacuated from Calgary flood  Flooding forced the evacuation of about 1,500 people and swamped or cut off hundreds of homes All survive Air France jet crash and fire




Canada, 2005 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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Aug.2
  A jetliner attempting to land overran a runway, smashed into a gully and burst into flames
Aug.3 Toronto jet 'black boxes' found  Flight data and voice recorders from the Air France jet that burst into flames have been found Oct.2 21 elderly tourists die on lake  The Ethan Allen, a boat in NY state, has capsized and sunk. The majority of the 47 passengers were Canadians Oct.6 Legionnaire's disease killed 16  The spread of the illness that killed 16 elderly people at a Toronto nursing home has been contained



Canada, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.16 NHL cancel season
  The NHL canceled the remainder of the season after last-ditch offers were rejected on the final day of negotiations
Feb.17 Gretzky fears bleak future for NHL May.14 Canada holds off Russia Jun.12 Raikkonen wins Grand Prix



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2005 Jan.5 MDA nets Hubble repair deal
Mar.11 Airline strands hundreds Jul.14 U.S. lifts Canada mad cow ban  A federal appeals court has overturned the ban on imports of the cattle, throwing out a lower court's ruling Aug.23 Canada hints at trade war with U.S.  2 ministers warning of tariffs on U.S. products in retaliation for Washington's policies against Canadian lumber Nov.26 $4.3bn deal to fight native poverty  A landmark deal with Indian and northern Inuit communities is to help lift them from the poverty



Canada, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.8 Chretien defends use of funds
Mar.16 Two cleared of Air India bombing   A Canadian judge has cleared two Sikh militants of involvement in the 1985. Probe call after the verdict Apr.21 PM apologizes for corruption scandal Jun.16 Child dies as hostage crisis ends  A standoff at an international school has ended with the deaths of a Canadian boy and two gunmen Nov.27   Canada, UK confirm Iraq kidnapping  4 Western aid workers in Iraq, including 2 from Canada and 1 from Britain, have been kidnapped



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2005 Feb.25 Anglican rift deepens over gays
Apr.19 Pressure builds on government Apr.21 PM apologizes for corruption scandal May.19 PM wins no-confidence vote May.24 Government retained Parliament control Jun.28 Same-sex marriage approved
  Parliament approved legislation to allow same sex-marriages, despite fierce opposition from conservative politicians
Jul.14 U.S. lifts Canada mad cow ban  A federal appeals court has overturned the ban on imports of the cattle, throwing out a lower court's ruling Jul.20 Canada legalizes gay marriage  Canada is becoming the world's fourth nation to grant full legal rights to same-sex couples Aug.7 Veteran newsreader Peter Jennings dies  Canadian-born, who read the news to Americans in 5 separate decades, has died at the age of 67 Nov.25 Native cash deal outlined  $4.3bn program to fight poverty in native communities was unveiled at the end of an 2-day summit Nov.26 $4.3bn deal to fight native poverty  A landmark deal with Indian and northern Inuit communities is to help lift them from the poverty Nov.27 Montreal climate summit to begin  The first United Nations climate conference since the Kyoto agreement came into force Nov.28 Government thrown out
  Prime Minister Martin's government has been ousted in a no-confidence vote. 3 opposition parties were united
Dec.3 Thousands rally against U.S. climate stand  Thousands of environmentalists marched in Montreal to urge to do more to curb global warming Dec.7 UN climate talks enter key phase  Environment ministers in Montreal are trying to break a deadlock over climate change policy Dec.9 UN poised for new climate talks  Delegates have agreed on talks to cut greenhouse gases after 2012 but it is unclear if the US is included Dec.10 US 'close to climate agreement'  The United States are edging towards an agreement with other countries over further talks Dec.10 Deal reached at climate conference
  More than 150 nations agreed to launch formal talks on reductions in greenhouse gases, excluding the US