The story you are searching for is available in its entirety via email, fax or mail for $10.00, payable with credit card (include expiry date).
Ten bucks? For a week-old article in a shoddy local daily? A slightly more esteemed paper, the New York Times, charges about CAN $5 a story. I imagine the demand for old 24 Hours articles is near zero, but that’s still a shameful cash grab.
As for the other dailies, I had a hard time determining Dose’s archive policy. I only found articles as old as November, 2005. Maybe they just dump older stuff? Metro is equally ambiguous after a quick search.