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How Canadian expats voted in Brexit
Some Canadians living in Britain say they're shocked and unsure about their futures after the country voted to leave the European Union in a historic referendum.
Brexit closes gateway to Europe for Canadian companies  Toronto Star
Brexit won't trigger Canadian corporate exits from Britain  Financial Post
National Post  
BlackBerry remains committed to smartphone business
WATERLOO, Ont. - BlackBerry CEO John Chen is hoping to give his company's hardware business a much-needed boost by licensing its mobile software to other companies.
BlackBerry CEO confident on handset profit; results top expectations  Yahoo News
Gold mining stocks mute TSX loss after Brexit vote
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Friday the most in four months, as financial and energy stocks slid after Britain voted to leave the European Union, while the resulting market turmoil boosted gold miners as demand for the precious ...
How Brexit Will Affect Toronto  Torontoist
TSX, New York stocks buoyed by optimism that Britian will vote to stay in EU
Regina prepares for possible Canada Post shutdown
The City of Regina and other organizations in the city are making contingency plans ahead of a possible Canada Post strike this summer.
How to survive the potential Canada Post lock out or strike  News1130
Canada Post disruption preparations underway  CTV News
New GO Train stations planned for Barrie corridor
The province plans to build three new GO Train stations on the Barrie line, Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca announced Friday.
Province officially announces intention to build GO stations in Innisfil ...  CTV News
New GO Train station slated for Innisfil within next 10 years  New Tecumseth Free Press
Muskrat Falls estimate surpasses $11B: 'Project was not the right choice'
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - As new estimated costs for the troubled Muskrat Falls hydro project in Labrador soar past $11 billion, the man overseeing it didn't hesitate when asked if it's a “boondoggle.
Nalcor CEO takes exception to former board's search for dirt on government
'Project was not the right choice': Muskrat Falls estimate surpasses ...  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Construction begins on 'much needed' $193 million rec centre in Seton
Calgary Mayor Nenshi visits the site of the new Seton Recreation Facility in southeast Calgary. Global News. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor.
Calgary breaks ground on new Seton recreation facility  MetroNews Canada
City breaks ground on new Seton Recreation Centre  660 News
Province moves forward with pilot project for guaranteed minimum income
Ontario is moving forward with a promise in this year's budget that could mean big changes in the lives of the province's most impoverished residents by giving them a guaranteed minimum income.
Hugh Segal, Champion Of Basic Income, To Design Ontario's Pilot Project  Huffington Post Canada
Province moving ahead with test of guaranteed income  CTV News
Province bans campfires in campgrounds, provincial parks this weekend
Outdoor enthusiasts hoping to spend the weekend by the campfire are advised to leave the matches at home. Nova Scotia's Department of Natural Resources issued a ministerial proclamation Friday morning banning all campfires at provincial parks and ...
Nova Scotia bans campfires in provincial parks, private campgrounds
Nova Scotia issues campfire ban at all provincial parks, private campgrounds  MetroNews Canada
Hotel to home: new Kelowna affordable housing complex
KELOWNA - It used to be the Econo Lodge motel but it will soon house 44 low-income units. The provincial and federal governments have pledged a combined $5 million to purchase and renovate the motel.
Former Kelowna motel to be turned into low-income housing  InfoTel News Ltd