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Marissa Mayer's 'plan to stay' means finding a home for the rest of Yahoo
AP Photo/Julie JacobsonYahoo President and CEO Marissa Mayer speaks during the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Sad day for Yahoo: US$4.83B Verizon deal 'disappointing,' former ...  bnn.ca
What Verizon's acquisition means for Yahoo users  MetroNews Canada
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BC to target foreign real estate buyers with new tax
Foreign nationals who buy real estate in Metro Vancouver would pay an additional property transfer tax of 15 per cent under legislation introduced today by the British Columbia government.
BC introduces 15 per cent property transfer tax for foreign buyers  CTV News
BC government introduces new measures to address housing crisis  CKNW News Talk 980
TSX falls as energy, mining stocks weigh
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Monday, weighed by energy and mining stocks that retreated along with oil and gold prices.
Canada Stocks Fall, Snap Three-Day Gain as Commodities Slide  Bloomberg
TSX May Open Higher on G20 Growth Promise  Nasdaq
NewLeaf's 1st flight departs Hamilton for Winnipeg
About 150 passengers boarded a Boeing 737-400 at John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport on Monday, headed for Winnipeg in the inaugural flight from the new low-cost air travel company - NewLeaf.
NewLeaf discount air service takes off  CTV News
Airlines How NewLeaf plans to compete against WestJet and other rivals on ...  The Globe and Mail
Alberta company fined $140K after worker in Elstow, Sask. loses hand
Alberta-based Crop Production Services will have to pay a total of $140,000 in fines and surcharges after pleading guilty in an incident that saw a worker in Elstow, Sask.
Alberta company fined after Saskatchewan worker loses hand in machinery accident  CTV News
Alberta company fined $140K in Saskatchewan workplace incident  Globalnews.ca
Nova Scotia home support services wait list shrinks dramatically
There's been a dramatic drop in the length of Nova Scotia's wait lists for home support services. According to figures from the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness, the wait list on July 8 stood at 206 clients.
Shaking up Scotiabank: Three exclusive insights into CEO Brian Porter's ...  The Globe and Mail
Is Bank of Nova Scotia a Buy-and-Hold-Forever Stock?  The Motley Fool Canada
Piercings and hair dye get the OK as Starbucks relaxes dress code
The green apron stays, but the solid blacks and whites beneath can be jazzed up a bit. Share on Facebook. Tweet · Reddit this!
Fedoras, pink hair allowed under new Starbucks dress code Coffee giant ...  Toronto Star
Fedoras? Yes. Bright plaids? No. The meaning of Starbucks' new employee ...  Washington Post
Why there's zero tolerance for oil-soaked wildlife in Canada
ANALYSIS: Absolute zero has become the highest level of risk some Canadians seem willing to accept when it comes to pipelines. The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association trumpets the industry's safety record, noting there were 122 “spills and releases ...
Oil spill triggers Prince Albert, Sask. to shut down water intake  Globalnews.ca
Oil spill triggers Sask. city to shut down water intake  CTV News
Manitoba water, transit projects get $205M funding boost
Public transit and water treatment projects got a $205-million boost Monday as the federal and provincial governments announced millions in funding for Manitoba municipalities.
Federal dollars roll into Manitoba for infrastructure funding programs  CTV News
Canada and Manitoba Reach Agreement Under New Federal Infrastructure Funding ...  Digital Journal
The Debt Clock is Ticking
The debt clock is ticking - and advocates for the Canadian Taxpayers federation want you to know. The organization has been hauling a giant debt clock across the country - and it will arrive at Queens Park, Monday.
Federal Debt Clock Heading to Queen's Park  640 Toronto News
Taxpayers Federation Marks Milestone $300 billion Ontario Debt by Bringing ...  Canada Free Press