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Debt crisis: Split Greece teeters on the brink with referendum
A supporter of a 'No' vote in the upcoming referendum waves a Greek flag in front of the Parliament during a rally at Syntagma square in Athens.
Referendum puts fate of Greece into the hands of its people  Washington Post
Eight questions on the Greek euro zone crisis  The Globe and Mail
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Chinese security firms create $19B fund to support struggling stock market
NEW YORK -- China has reportedly decided to bar new initial public offerings of stock and create a fund to stabilize its stock market, which has been roiled by a wave of selloffs.
China curbs IPOs, enlists brokers in all-out bid to end market rout  Reuters
China Moves to Stabilize Stock Markets; Initial Offerings Halted  New York Times
Grocery store workers to vote on offer
While a possible strike by 12,000 workers at 60 Loblaw owned stores across Ontario has been pushed back a week, in Windsor the strike will continue until members ratify an offer.
Loblaw workers to vote on new offer  BlackburnNews.com
Loblaw union delays strike after receiving new offer  The Globe and Mail
'We're not in a recession,' Finance Minister Joe Oliver says
Finance Minister Joe Oliver does not believe that Canada is in the midst of a recession, saying he's still confident the economy will grow this year.
Joe Oliver predicts solid economic growth this year  CBC.ca
If Canada did slide back into a recession, it's likely already over  The Globe and Mail
Less than three is the loneliest number for Pan Am HOVs
For the first time in his life, Dani Habbal is considering carpooling. Open policard for MayorJohn Tory. HOV lanes have tripled his commute time and driven him to Kijiji in search of ride buddies - even if that means skipping the snooze button.
Damn that Pan Am traffic jam  Toronto Sun
How to really talk about Pan Am HOV lanes in Toronto  The Globe and Mail
Alberta Energy Regulator shuts down Murphy Oil wells
CALGARY -- The Alberta Energy Regulator has forced Murphy Oil to shut heavy oil wells in northwestern Alberta because the company didn't meet the rules for properly handling gases.
Alberta Energy Regulator cracks down on Murphy Oil, shutting wells, over ...  Edmonton Journal
Alberta Energy Regulator shuts down Murphy Oil wells for non-compliance  Calgary Herald
Metro Vancouver cuts back watering to one day a week in the wake of the driest ...
Vancouver is stepping up its water restrictions in the wake of record-breaking dry weather, reminding people "It's hot, it's dry.
Water restriction tighten across Metro Vancouver, Tri-Cities  Coquitlam Now
Metro Vancouver imposes strict water restrictions with record-breaking dry ...  MetroNews Canada
B.C. closes rivers to fishing on Island, bans campfires
The B.C. government has closed rivers and streams to fishing on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands after raising the drought rating to its highest level.
Fishing ban issued as Vancouver Island drought conditions worsen  CTV News
Vancouver Island fishing banned as drought hits Level 4  CBC.ca
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends higher as financials gain on defensive buying
... * TSX index up 44.40 points, or 0.3 percent, at 14,682.39. * Energy shares drop on lower oil prices. By Leah Schnurr. OTTAWA, July 3 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index rose on Friday, recording its third straight daily gain, as strength in ...
The close: TSX edges higher ahead of Greek debt vote  The Globe and Mail
TSX Edges higher ahead of greek vote  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Tim Hortons worker in Burlington allegedly stole $200K
A Tim Hortons employee is accused of stealing over $200,000 from a Burlington, Ont., franchise between January 2014 and May 2015, say Halton Regional Police.
Tim Hortons employee allegedly steals $200000  Toronto Star
Tim Hortons worker charged, accused of stealing $200000  CTV News