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Bank of Canada survey points to regional divide in confidence amid low oil
The Bank of Canada building is pictured in Ottawa on September 6, 2011. The Bank of Canada says there is a divide in business confidence across the country as low oil prices continue to weigh on some regions more than others.
Bank of Canada sees 'some encouraging signs' outside of oil sector  CBC.ca
MarketsCanadian oil prices stampede towards $40  Financial Times
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Greek finance minister quits to smooth talks after thunderous 'No'
ATHENS/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Greece's combative finance minister resigned on Monday, removing one major obstacle to any deal to keep Athens in the euro zone after Greeks voted resoundingly to back the government in rejecting the austerity terms of a ...
FOREX-Euro declines, but off lows after Greek 'No' vote  Reuters
How close is Greece to leaving the euro? A look at the country's options ...  Calgary Herald
Manulife Bank to install 830 new bank machines across Canada
Manulife Bank of Canada has announced it will expand its current fleet of bank machines by 830, installing the new ABMs in Mac's, Couche-Tard and Circle K convenience stores across the country by the end of September.
Manulife Bank plans to install more than 800 ATMs across Canada  CTV News
Manulife Bank to install 830 automated banking machines across Canada  Reuters Canada
Alberta beef prices hit new high as dry conditions persist in the Prairies
CALGARY - Beef prices continue to climb to new highs as dry conditions persist in Canada's cattle heartland. According to data released today by Statistics Canada, the price of 100 pounds of Alberta beef at slaughter rose to $192.80 in May.
Expensive Steaks Here to Stay as Drought Cuts Canada Cattle Herd  Bloomberg
Get used to expensive Canadian steaks as drought takes toll on cattle  Financial Post
Ottawa softens anti-corruption rules for companies seeking government work
MONTREAL - Ottawa has softened its anti-corruption rules, reducing the penalties for companies that are seeking government work after being convicted of bribery, money laundering and other offences.
Ottawa relaxes integrity rules for firms doing business with government  CME-MEC
TSX retreats on Greece, but regains some lost ground
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index was lower on Monday but had made a significant comeback from big early losses after Greek voters rejected debt bailout terms, endangering the country's future in the euro zone and darkening overall market ...
CANADA STOCKS-TSX retreats on Greece, but regains some lost ground  Reuters
Stock Markets under the Shadow of Greece, China and Store Closings  Daily Commercial News
Starbucks Raises Prices Despite Declining Coffee Costs
Starbucks Corp. SBUX -0.41 % is raising prices slightly on some of its beverages to cover rising costs including wages and rent, even as prices for raw coffee have been falling.
Starbucks to hike coffee prices in some US outlets  The Globe and Mail
Starbucks Plans to Raise Some Drink Prices as Much as 20 Cents  Bloomberg
Canadian tribunal agrees domestic solar module makers at risk from China imports
TORONTO - Canada's smaller solar module manufacturers are applauding a favourable decision from the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, which has ruled that low-price imports from China pose a significant threat to the domestic industry.
Ruling says Chinese solar panels being dumped in Canada, pose threat to ...  The Globe and Mail
Canadian solar module makers threatened by low-price imports from China ...  Financial Post
Montreal's Sid Lee ad agency sold to Japanese group
Sid Lee was the Canadian ad agency behind the Toronto Raptors' successful 'We the North' campaign. Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images.
Ad agency Sid Lee bought by Japan's Hakuhodo  The Globe and Mail
Sid Lee Looks to Expand Into Asia With Its Sale to Hakuhodo  Adweek
Sandra Pupatello leaving Windsor-Essex Economic Development Corp.
Sandra Pupatello will be stepping down from her role as the CEO of the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation. Pupatello's resignation takes effect on July 31.
CEO Sandra Pupatello leaving WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation  CTV News
WEEDC CEO Pupatello Stepping Down  BlackburnNews.com