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Overspending, austerity, euro flaws have pushed Greece to brink despite bailouts
A demonstrator shouts slogans during a rally organized by supporters of the Yes vote in Athens, Friday, July 3, 2015. A new opinion poll shows a dead heat in Greece's referendum campaign with just two days to go before Sunday's vote on whether Greeks ...
Markets React to Greece's 'No' Vote — Live  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Greek bailout referendum: 'No' side celebrates decisive win
Financial Times  
Manulife Bank to install 830 automated banking machines across Canada
TORONTO, July 6 Manulife Financial Corp's banking unit is planning to install about 830 automated banking machines across Canada, as it attempts to take a bigger share of the nation's retail banking market.
Manulife Financial Corp's banking unit installing ABMs across Canada  Financial Post
Manulife Bank to Add More Than 800 Automated Banking Machines Across ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Futures fall after Greeks reject bailout terms
(Reuters) - Stock futures pointed to a lower opening for Canada's main stock index on Monday after Greek voters rejected bailout terms for a debt deal, raising concerns about the country's exit from the euro zone.
US Stock Futures Drop on Worries Over Greece's Debt Crisis  Wall Street Journal
US STOCKS-US futures fall as Greece uncertainty continues  Reuters
Deal For Superstore And Zehrs Employees
Over 1,600 employees at nine local stores have been on strike since July 2nd. Those stores are the Real Canadian Superstore in Chatham, Leamington, on walker Road and Dougall Avenue in Windsor and in Sarnia.
Grocery store workers to vote on offer  CTV News
Days before deadline, Loblaw and union defer strike  Toronto Star
Tim Hortons employee allegedly steals $200000
One Tim Hortons employee more than double-doubled her salary by allegedly stealing over $200,000 from the company. Halton Regional Police have charged a Hamilton woman after her employer learned that there was an extensive amount of money ...
Tim Hortons worker charged, accused of stealing $200000  CTV News
Hortons employee accused of stealing $200000 from Burlington store
Is 'holding the course' putting Canada in recession?
Emanuella Enenajor likely caused more than a few politicians to choke on their Stampede pancakes last week. The analyst with Bank of America Merrill Lynch was the first from a major financial institution to utter the dreaded R-word - recession.
Growing Signs of a Canadian Recession Tell Investors to Boost Their Exposure ...  The Motley Fool Canada
Economic uncertainty could help Harper  Toronto Sun
Muskrat Falls behind schedule; delays with pouring concrete highlighted
A quarterly report from the oversight committee for the Muskrat Falls project says that delays with pouring concrete among the reasons why the project is behind schedule, even though the date for first power remains the same.
Muskrat Falls project continues to fall behind schedule  The Telegram (subscription)
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
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.
Canada not prepared to deal with Arctic or deep water oil spill
Feds not prepared for deep water, Arctic oil spills: Report  Beacon News (blog)
Report: Sockeye Salmon Prices Forecasted to Skyrocket
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - July 6, 2015) - Climate change could contribute to an increase of more than 70 per cent in the price per pound of B.C.
BC seafood prices projected to increase  Vancouver Sun