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Greek private debt holders ride out public strain
LONDON/NEW YORK Three years after Greece agreed to the biggest debt wipe-out in history as a key component of putting economic growth on a sustainable path, creditors now fear another restructuring of private debt as Greece closes in on another ...
Greece says it won't pay IMF loan by deadline  USA TODAY
The Latest: EU talks to focus on new plan for Greece  Washington Post
Financial Times  
Decline in Canada April economic growth puts second quarter growth at risk
OTTAWA (Reuters) - The Canadian economy unexpectedly shrank in April, hurt by weakness in the mining and oil and gas industries, a setback that bodes poorly for a second-quarter pick-up in growth that the Bank of Canada is looking for.
Canada's economy shrank 0.1% in April, Statistics Canada says  CBC.ca
UPDATE 2-Decline in Canada April economic growth puts Q2 growth at risk  Reuters
Briton launches crowdfunding campaign to pay off Greece debt
Thom Feeney says he can see why some might think it's a joke but he is serious about trying to help the Greek people. Photograph: Niklas Halle/AFP/Getty Images.
$1.8-billion Indiegogo campaign rushes to Greece's rescue  USA TODAY
Indiegogo campaign seeking 1.6 billion euros to bail out Greece  Toronto Sun
TransCanada to John Kerry: Alberta's new CO2 rules bolster case for Keystone XL
CALGARY - TransCanada says recent Canadian climate change announcements should bolster the case in Washington for building its long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline.
New CO2 rules should aid Keystone XL approval, TransCanada says  Reuters
Canadian climate change initiatives bolster case for Keystone XL: TransCanada  Financial Post
Cenovus sells royalty portfolio for $3.3B to Ontario Teachers Pension Plan
The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan has an agreement to buy Cenovus Energy Inc.'s royalty-producing lands in Western Canada for $3.3 billion.
Pension plan to acquire Cenovus subsidiary  TheChronicleHerald.ca
Oil patch opportunities and longterm liabilities drove Teachers' $3.3 ...  Financial Post
Wall St. trims gains as Greece default looms
U.S. stocks gave up some of their gains in afternoon trading on Tuesday as investors remained on the edge, hoping for a last-minute deal to keep Greece in the euro.
TSX, world markets trim losses ahead of Greek deadline  Toronto Star
At midday: TSX bounces higher as banks, energy shares gain  The Globe and Mail
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.
Quebec launches projected $9-billion Maritime Strategy to make Montreal a ...  Financial Post
Mount Polley could reopen in July: mines minister
Less than a year after the Mount Polley tailings pond collapsed, spilling toxic waste water in central B.C. waterways, the mine could reopen as early as July, says B.C.
Decision on Mount Polley mine reopening is imminent, says BC mines minister  Vancouver Sun
B.C.'s Silvertip Mine, in the works since 1950s, gets building permit ...  The Province
CANADA STOCKS-TSX gains as banks, energy stocks recover
TORONTO, June 30 Canada's main stock index opened higher on Tuesday, winning back some value after Monday's precipitous drop as banks rebounded and rising oil prices helped energy stocks.
TSX erases 2015 gains on Greek crisis  Reuters Canada
HOV lane headaches prompt online ads for carpool drivers
Toronto-area commuters are turning to online ad sites for carpool opportunities as temporary lane restrictions cause traffic headaches.
Five possible candidates to carry Canada's flag at Pan Am Games  Toronto Star
Pan Am tickets cheaper on Canada Day  Hamilton Spectator