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Greek financial crisis: what you need to know
The financial chaos in Greece reached a new peak Monday, with long lineups at cash machines, protests involving burning euros and a sagging global stock market.
As Greece teeters, Merkel stands firm  The Globe and Mail
Tsipras Defiant as Banks Shut, Markets Rocked  ABC News
Sydney Morning Herald  
S&P 500 Erases 2015 Gain Amid Global Stock Rout; Treasuries Jump
The Standard & Poor's 500 Index slid the most since April 2014 and erased its gain since January, while European shares suffered their worst day this year as concern mounted that Greece will exit the euro.
Morning MoneyBeat Asia: Grecian Burn Hits US Stocks  Wall Street Journal (blog)
S&P lowers Greece sovereign credit rating  Economic Times
Maritime strategy buoys hopes of Quebec job growth
On Monday, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard unveiled a maritime strategy that he called "a vision of the future" for the St. Lawrence River and the industries and communities whose livelihoods hinge on it.
Davie welcomes new Quebec Maritime Strategy  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Quebec launches projected $9-billion Maritime Strategy to make Montreal a ...  Financial Post
Indigo dropping more book prices to keep up with online competitors
Indigo Books & Music Inc. is dropping its prices on a wider array of books as the retailer tries to keep customers coming to its physical stores in a digital age.
Why Indigo Books & Music Inc CEO Heather Reisman believes we are on the ...  Financial Post
Indigo CEO Heather Reisman says lifestyle goods will drive growth plans  660 News
Porter Airlines fined $150000 for violating CRTC's anti-spam rules
Porter Airlines has agreed to pay a $150,000 penalty for violating Canada's anti-spam legislation in how it sent out certain emails to customers.
Porter Airlines agrees to pay $150K for emails violating anti-spam rules
Porter Airlines fined $150000 under anti-spam legislation, CRTC says  Guelph Mercury
Unplugged: Cellphones mark 30 years in Canada
Victor Surerus poses for a photo at his farm in Roseneath, Ontario, on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 with the first cell phone in Canada.
Happy 30th birthday to the Canadian cell phone
From antennas to swipe screens, cellphones mark 30 years in Canada  The Province
Element Financial already looking to future growth plans after GE deal
Element Financial Corp.'s $8.6-billion acquisition of part of General Electric Co.'s fleet management business is not the end of the company's growth plans, according to chief executive Steve Hudson, who went so far as to name his next acquisition targets.
Element Financial Considers More Deals After GE Purchase  Bloomberg
GE Strikes Multibillion-Dollar Deals to Sell Fleet Units  Wall Street Journal
Tourmaline buying Mapan for $106 million in share deal
Tourmaline Oil Corp. will reclaim an Alberta property originally exploited by its predecessor, Duvernay Oil Corp., through a $106-million all-stock deal to buy Calgary junior Mapan Energy Ltd.
Tourmaline Oil To Buy Mapan Energy  Nasdaq
Tourmaline Oil Corp. to Acquire Mapan Energy Ltd. as It Continues Its Deep ...  MarketWatch
Toronto Pan Am traffic plan comes into effect, creating delays, complaints
Toronto's strategy to manage traffic for the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games began in earnest Monday, sparking complaints, calls for patience and entrepreneurial attempts to cash in.
Change Pan Am Games HOV rules: Tory  Toronto Sun
Uber drivers can use the Pan Am HOV lanes – but there's a catch  Toronto Star
More than 100 cows perish in NS barn fire
More than 100 cows are believed to have been lost in a barn fire Monday morning at a dairy farm near Truro, N.S.. Eight fire departments responded the fire at Green Oaks Dairy Farm in Green Oaks, N.S.. Cobequid District Fire Brigade Deputy Chief Tyler ...
Green Oaks Dairy Farm fire battled by multiple crews
Nearly 30 dairy cows dead following barn fire north of Belleville  CKWS