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Canadian firms mired in uncertainty after Brexit vote
From London to New York and beyond, the world's largest financial institutions were shaken Friday by Britain's shocking decision to leave the European Union.
John Ivison: Brexit vote has created a disunited kingdom  National Post
4 ways Brexit could affect Canadians  Toronto Star
Huffington Post UK  
Loonie loses more than a penny, TSX sheds 239 points after Britons vote to quit EU
A sea of red washed over global financial markets on Friday after Britons' shockingly voted to Brexit the European Union. The pound fell to its lowest point in 31 years, the Canadian dollar lost more than a cent and stocks tumbled.
Canadian dollar sheds a cent and bond yields plunge the most on record in ...  Financial Post
How Brexit could add more fuel to Canada's hottest housing markets  bnn.ca
BlackBerry remains committed to smartphone business
WATERLOO, Ont. - BlackBerry CEO John Chen is hoping to give his company's hardware business a much-needed boost by licensing its mobile software to other companies.
BlackBerry CEO confident on handset profit; results top expectations  Yahoo News
Brexit closes gateway to Europe for Canadian companies
Foreign companies with operations in the U.K. are bracing for the fallout of the referendum result. Canadian-based Brookfield Asset Management, which has investments in London's Canary Wharf, said it remains “confident that the U.K.
Brexit won't trigger Canadian corporate exits from Britain  Financial Post
British decision may give Canadians more bang for travel buck  Times Colonist
Canada Post Could Lock Out, Postal Workers Might Walk Out
Members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers will be in a legal position to walk off the job July 2nd. At the same time, the crown corporation will also be in a legal position to lock out postal workers.
How to survive the potential Canada Post lock out or strike  News1130
Regina prepares for possible Canada Post shutdown  CBC.ca
Non-profits look to Fort McMurray benefit concert for needed funds
Struggling non-profit agencies in Fort McMurray are hoping money raised at the Fire Aid benefit concert at Edmonton's Commonwealth Stadium next week will help them get up and running.
Nickelback looking forward to giving back with Fire Aid concert  Edmonton Journal
Alberta-wide first responders radio communication system launches July 1  Edmonton Sun
Low-cost travel company NewLeaf announces Edmonton routes
A new Winnipeg-based travel company promises to add jobs to Edmonton while giving residents a cheap way to get out of town. “You're taking complexity out of your business model and that actually saves you quite a bit of money,” said Jim Young, CEO of ...
NewLeaf takes flight July 25  Winnipeg Free Press
NewLeaf to offer flights to 12 Canadian cities starting July 25  CBC.ca
Nalcor CEO takes exception to former board's search for dirt on government
The head of Nalcor Energy says he has issues with the effort by the organization's former board of directors to "dig up dirt" on the Newfoundland and Labrador government.
Muskrat Falls estimate exceeds $11 billion: 'Project was not the right ...  CTV News
What's making news in Atlantic Canada  MetroNews Canada
Province moves forward with pilot project for guaranteed minimum income
Ontario is moving forward with a promise in this year's budget that could mean big changes in the lives of the province's most impoverished residents by giving them a guaranteed minimum income.
Hugh Segal, Champion Of Basic Income, To Design Ontario's Pilot Project  Huffington Post Canada
Province moving ahead with test of guaranteed income  CTV News
Canada Needs House Prices To Drop. Here's How To Make It Happen.
Canada's federal Liberals are stuck between a rock and a hard place, and they know it. With home affordability rapidly deteriorating in Ontario and British Columbia, the public wants action on soaring house prices.
Massive gains in hottest markets mask housing slump everywhere else  Mortgage Broker News
Canada's hot housing market-less affordable, new tax on empty dwellings  Radio Canada International