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Campaigns halt in Greece, 24 hours before bailout referendum
ATHENS, Greece— Campaigns halt in Greece on Saturday on the eve of a closely watched bailout referendum - with voters in a dead heat over whether to defy creditors and push for better repayment terms or essentially seek new political leadership to ...
Greek economy close to collapse as food and medicine run short  The Guardian
As Greece stands on the brink, the consequences are more than economic  Washington Post
Wall Street Journal  
Loblaw Workers to Vote on New Offer
TORONTO - A possible strike by 12,000 workers at 60 Loblaw owned stores across Ontario has been pushed back a week. Two days of provincially mediated talks between Loblaw Companies Ltd.
Days before deadline, Loblaw and union defer strike
Amazon's growth worries some in Seattle
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Why residents fret over Amazon's growth in Seattle  Times of India
Quebec finance minister says economy doing well
Leitao says the first quarter of the current fiscal year was positive for the Quebec economy and that the next three months should be even better.
Quebec finance minister says province's economy doing well  Coast Reporter
China brokerages pledge to buy $19.3 billion in shares to steady plunging market
of shares in a bid to stabilize the country's stock markets after a slump of nearly 30 percent since mid-June. The pledge follows near-daily official policy moves over the past week, including an interest rate cut and a relaxation of margin lending ...
China brokerages pledge to buy at least $19.3 bln in shares to stabilise market  Financial Express
China brokers to invest $19 mn to curb market plunge  GlobalPost
Price of a detached house in Greater Vancouver soars over $1.1 million
Lower Mainland house prices hit record highs in June, particularly in Metro Vancouver north of the Fraser River, as hot spring sales appear to be spilling over into summer.
Vancouver real estate market hottest on record, despite recession fears
Vancouver's detached home prices at record high as demand soars  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
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
Hamilton woman charged with stealing $200000 from Tim Hortons  Hamilton Spectator
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
Heat wave forces burning ban, fishing closures as B.C. copes with drought
VANCOUVER - A relentless heat wave and the soaring risk of more wildfires across British Columbia have forced the government to take extraordinary steps to impose a total ban on open burning, preserve water and suspend fishing in some areas.
Fishing ban issued as Vancouver Island drought conditions worsen  CTV News
Vancouver Island fishing banned as drought hits Level 4
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