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TSX suffers lowest close in seven weeks on Brexit fallout
Canada's main stock index notched its lowest close in seven weeks on Monday, as the fallout from Britain's vote to leave the European Union pummeled financial stocks and energy shares fell with retreating oil prices.
The Canadian Press  CTV News
Brexit hangover continues for North American markets, Canadian dollar  Winnipeg Free Press
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45-storey Emerald Tower on Jasper Avenue wins approval
After hours of debate Monday, city council approved the Emerald Tower, a 45-storey residential condo building set for Jasper Avenue in the Oliver neighbourhood.
Council approves Emerald tower on Jasper Avenue  MetroNews Canada
Council approves proposed Emerald tower  630ched.com
CEAA resumes review of Pacific NorthWest plans
Canada's environmental regulator has resumed its review of plans devised by Malaysia's state-owned Petronas to export liquefied natural gas from northern British Columbia, clearing the way for the federal cabinet to rule this fall on the controversial ...
Canada resumes environmental review of Petronas-led LNG project  Reuters Canada
PETRONAS LNG Bid Faces 90-Day Wait As Clock Ticks For Trudeau  Rigzone
Standard & Poor's downgrades Saskatchewan credit rating due to budget concerns
REGINA - Low natural resource prices have prompted Standard & Poor's to downgrade Saskatchewan's credit rating to double-A-plus from triple-A.
Sask. credit rating dropped to reflect low resource prices  CBC.ca
Potash Corp. Benefits from Brexit  Baystreet.ca
Boil water advisory issued for parts of Saskatoon after water main break
A water main break has caused the City of Saskatoon to issue a wide-sweeping precautionary boil water advisory. Areas east of Central Avenue and north of College Drive are under the advisory until further notice.
Saskatoon's northeast under drinking water advisory after damage to ...  CTV News
Thousands in Saskatoon under drinking water advisory  Globalnews.ca
Chinese bank claims fugitive bought luxury BC real estate
A major Chinese bank has obtained a court order in B.C. freezing the assets of a businessman accused of fleeing China and buying "luxury" Lower Mainland homes after defaulting on a $10 million loan.
China's CITIC Bank tries to seize real estate assets in Canada  Reuters Canada
Chinese bank suing man with several Metro Vancouver properties over $10 ...  CKNW News Talk 980
Para Transpo to welcome more riders aboard, transit commission decides
Ottawa's transit commission has voted to broaden Para Transpo service to include a wider group of customers, estimating between 800 and 2,000 people with intellectual disabilities or mental health issues could sign up for door-to-door rides.
New Para Transpo rules could add 6000 riders  MetroNews Canada
Mental health, developmental disabilities access for Para Transpo approved  Ottawa Citizen
Mayor Gregor Robertson meets with BC Finance Minister to discuss empty home tax
The province says it will consider Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson's proposal for a tax on empty homes but cautions that a number of solutions need to be in place to help cool the city's red-hot housing market.
Province to work with Vancouver on tax plan for vacant homes  CTV News
BC to explore Vancouver vacancy tax, but no commitment yet  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Looming Canada Post work stoppage has medical marijuana producers scrambling
Licensed medical marijuana producers have been warned to stop using mail delivery ahead of a potential Canada Post strike or lockout in early July.
Canada Post takes hard line on job action  Toronto Star
Potential halt in mail delivery looming with no deal in place  CTV News
Installation of 120 new Bike Share Toronto stations begins today
About 120 new stations will be added to the Bike Share Toronto network over the next two weeks, effectively doubling the size and scope of the system.
Bike Share Toronto Expansion Underway  CKNW News Talk 980