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Greek bailout referendum: World leaders react to 'No' vote
Greek voters have rejected a bailout package with more austerity measures in a national referendum on Sunday. This comes after the country defaulted on its loan from the International Monetary Fund, making it ineligible to receive further funding until ...
After Greece votes No, Euro leaders scramble to discuss response  The Globe and Mail
Greece votes 'no' and gambles its future  BBC News
New Zealand Herald  
Euro, stocks hit by Greek vote; China bounces after rescue moves
SYDNEY/TOKYO Asian stocks and the euro stumbled on Monday after a Greek vote against austerity measures endangered its future in the single currency and raised the risk of a full-blown crisis in the euro zone.
Euro, stocks slide as Greek 'No' vote heightens euro exit fears  Reuters Canada
Eurozone Central Bank Now Controls Destiny of Greece's Battered Banks  New York Times
Internal report flags challenges responding to Arctic, deep water oil spills
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - An internal report warns the federal government isn't fully prepared to respond in the event of an oil spill in the Arctic or in deep water offshore.
Feds not prepared for deep water, Arctic oil spills: Report  Beacon News (blog)
Victoria's Secrets: First step to fixing TransLink? Fire all of its boards of ...
If the government or anyone else needed a signal that the Metro Vancouver transit-tax referendum was doomed to failure, it came last February.
Transit plebiscite results stir debate on what should happen next  Vancouver Sun
Lac-M�gantic rail-safety group says too many train derailments for comfort
Montreal, Maine and Atlantic - and the company that bought it after it declared bankruptcy - have experienced a number of train derailments since the 2013 Lac-M�gantic rail disaster.
Heavy hearts and a sense of hope at Lac-M�gantic service  Montreal Gazette
Two years later, Lac-M�gantic struggles to turn the page  The Globe and Mail
Northeastern Ontatrio municipalities meet to discuss allocation of $11.5 ...
Timmins Mayor Steve Black met with The Northern Ontario Large Urban Mayors (NOLUM), a group representing Northern Ontario's five largest municipalities, in Thunder Bay on Friday to discuss the allocation of $11.5 billion in provincial funding available ...
Northern mayors lobby for infrastructure funds  The North Bay Nugget
Mayors want chunk of cash 'pie'  The Chronicle Journal
Chicago to begin taxing online entertainment
This March 20, 2012 file photo shows Netfilx headquarters in Los Gatos, Calif. Netflix on Monday, Feb. 9, 2015 announced it is launching its movie and TV show streaming service in Cuba as Internet access in the country improves and ... more >. By ...
New streaming tax hits consumers  Warc
Chicago imposes tax on streaming movies, music – WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather  The Bell Jar
Canadian economy 'not heading for recession'
MONTREAL: Canada's finance minister denied Friday that the country is heading for recession, a day after two major banks predicted economic doomsday.
'We're not in a recession,' Finance Minister Joe Oliver says  CTV News
If Canada did slide back into a recession, it's likely already over  The Globe and Mail
Fort Edmonton Park facing possible closure for infrastructure work
Upgrades to Fort Edmonton Park may see the facility close for up to two years. A spokesperson with the Fort Edmonton Management Company said it was not clear whether the Park's attractions would be fully or just partially closed.
Fort Edmonton Park planning for major utilities upgrade
Fort Edmonton Park faces 2-year closure for major utility work
Business News: Dollar falls, TSX rises
The Toronto Stock Exchange's benchmark index closed higher for a third straight session on Friday amid cautious trading ahead of Sunday's referendum in Greece.
Canadian dollar softens on weaker oil  Business Recorder (press release) (blog)
TSX edges higher ahead of Greek debt vote; loonie lower amid talk of recession  Vancouver Sun