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Tsipras to form anti-bailout Greek government after big victory
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek leftwing leader Alexis Tsipras struck a deal with a right-wing party to form a government to confront international lenders and reverse years of painful austerity following a crushing election victory by his Syriza party.
European markets shrug at decisive anti-austerity Greek election result  The Globe and Mail
Greek Bonds Slip on Syriza Victory as ECB Buying Mutes Contagion  Bloomberg  
5 things you should know before you start your workday
Here's an executive summary of some of the most newsworthy, fascinating or amusing stories from today's Financial Post. 1. Why the BoC's rate cut hasn't helped Canadians: an explainer.
Rate cut could buy more time  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Interest rate cut on backs of 'hard-working Canadians'  Hamilton Spectator
Sapotaweyak Cree Nation sets up teepee to protest Bipole III transmission line
A western Manitoba First Nation set up a teepee in the path of Bipole III this weekend to protest Manitoba Hydro's decision to push the line through its treaty entitlement land.
Manitoba Hydro trying to contact bockading First Nation  CTV News
Sapotaweyak Cree Nation sets up blockades to stop work on Bipole III
Falling oil prices, floating storage boost Asian premiums
Asian buyers are paying more to secure crude oil, supported by higher refining margins on the back of tumbling crude prices and the possibility of storing excess cargoes on tankers for later sale.
Crude oil trading outlook: futures drop on strong dollar, oversupply  Binary Tribune
OPEC, Oil Companies Clash at Davos Over Price Collapse
Target closing in Canada; Brandon location among 133 stores shutting down
The store in Brandon is among the 133 Target outlets in Canada that will be closing. Photograph By Lanny Stewart. Previous Next. The store in Brandon is among the 133 Target outlets in Canada that will be closing.
Why Target failed in Canada | Toronto Star  National Review
Why Target failed in Canada  Toronto Star
B.C. organic regulations welcomed by farmers, markets
One organic farmer thinks it's about time the province is getting into the certification game. The provincial government announced on Saturday it will move ahead with a plan requiring all ´┐Żorganic´┐Ż products sold in British Columbia to be certified.
BC to weed out false organic produce claims  Times Colonist
If you want to call your food organic in BC, you now have to be certified  The Province
Transport Canada reviewing concerns about new sewage dumping rules
Transport Canada is reviewing stakeholder comments on its proposal to loosen sewage dumping rules and let small vessels release untreated waste closer to shore, according to a spokeswoman.
Vancouver beaches at risk as pleasure boats may be allowed to dump toilet ...  The Province
Pleasure boats may be allowed to dump sewage closer to Vancouver-area ...  Vancouver Sun
How to weigh RRSPs vs. TFSAs
If you have only $5,000 available to deposit, how do you choose between a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) and a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA)?
Here are some other things you need to know about RRIFs:
GUEST COLUMN: RRSPs vs TFSAs  Vernon Morning Star
Ontario waste blamed for tainted Ohio drinking water
Western Lake Erie is green with monster algae blooms in this NASA satellite image taken last August as the scourge took off in the summer heat.
State lawmakers to hold hearing in western Ohio on Lake Erie  San Francisco Chronicle
Homeware giant Umbra continues to adapt | Toronto Star
For 35 years Umbra has excelled, despite financial upheaval, technological advances and the Asian manufacturing explosion. Although the enterprise goods are carried in far more than 25,000 shops in 120 nations, has couple of direct competitors, ...
Homeware giant Umbra continues to adapt  Toronto Star