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Greek government projection: 'No' will win with over 61 per cent
ATHENS, Greece -- The latest from the bailout referendum in Greece (all times local): 8:50 p.m.. A government-backed "no" in Greece's bailout referendum is set to win by 61 percent, according to an official projection by the country's Interior Ministry.
'No': Greece defies Europe, rejects austerity plan  The Globe and Mail
No vote widens fissures in society knocked senseless by slump  Financial Times
National Post  
Calling time on China's credit and stock market party
Last week the Shanghai Composite index dropped by 12 per cent, bringing the fall since its June peak to almost 30 per cent. The decline - which was not prompted by any major news - was accompanied by a rush of volatility, yet both were largely ...
China rolls out emergency measures to prevent stock market crash  The Globe and Mail
China rolls out emergency measures to prevent stock market crash | Reuters  Firstpost
Loblaws Strike Deadline Postponed
A possible strike at Loblaws by 12,000 employees at 60 stores across the province has now been pushed back a week. After two days of talks between the United Food and Commercial workers and Loblaws Companies Ltd.
Loblaw union delays strike after receiving new offer  The Globe and Mail
Days before deadline, Loblaw and union defer strike  Toronto Star
RCMP investigating after body found on Ermineskin First Nation
Alberta RCMP have been investigating after a body was found on the Ermineskin First Nations. The body of a 53-year-old female was discovered inside a residence on Saturday morning and police have been treating the death as suspicious.
Death on Ermineskin reserve south of Edmonton suspicious, police say  CBC.ca
Woman's death south of Edmonton considered suspicious  Globalnews.ca
Climate change concert calls for more investment in green energy
Around 100 people gathered on the Alberta legislature grounds Saturday afternoon, trying to convince politicians that a strong economy and healthy environment are not mutually exclusive.
Rally uses alternate energy sources to show government how it's done  Edmonton Journal
Day of action across the country to promote renewable energy  iNews880.com
Metro Vancouver imposes strict water restrictions with record-breaking dry ...
Following a spell of hot, dry weather that shows no signs of lifting, Metro Vancouver announced Friday that it is stepping up water restrictions across the region.
Vancouver's hot, dry spring means water restrictions in summer and fall  The Province
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
Thousands Set to March for Jobs, Justice, and Climate on Sunday
On Sunday, Jane Fonda, David Suzuki, musician Joel Plaskett, and author Naomi Klein will be among the thousands hitting the streets for the March for Jobs, Justice, and the Climate.
David Suzuki: We have a new language of climate change  Times Colonist
Rally in Vancouver hopes to halt oil and gas work in Alberta  News1130
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.
TSX edges higher ahead of Greek vote  Toronto Star
The close: TSX edges higher ahead of Greek debt vote  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  iNews880.com
Fort Edmonton Park faces 2-year closure for major utility work  CBC.ca