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US Navy veteran killed while using Tesla Autopilot loved fast cars
CANTON, Ohio -- Joshua Brown, the first U.S. fatality in a wreck involving a car in self-driving mode, had an adventurous streak with a "need for speed" but also was a brilliant innovator and beloved neighbour, say those who knew the Navy veteran.
Tesla could be liable in fatal autopilot crash  The Detroit News
DVD player found in Tesla car in fatal May crash  Reuters
Miami Herald  
Help at hand for small businesses during mail strike
Canada Post delivers approximately nine billion letters, parcels and flyers a year, serving nearly 15 million residential and one million business addresses.
Ottawa businesses shift package handling away from Canada Post as labour ...  Ottawa Citizen
Some benefit cheques will be mailed during potential Canada Post labour ...  CTV News
Farmers hope Mexico beef deal will steer Canada into other markets
The cattle industry is hoping the federal government will use the momentum from a recent beef deal with Mexico to help the Canadian industry gain full access to other export markets, including China.
End of beef ban could open Mexican market for PEI
B.C. cattle ranchers cheer access to Mexico  Kamloops This Week
Vancouver Real Estate's Foreign Money Influence Is Real. Says Guy Who Says He ...
VANCOUVER - Researchers in British Columbia say they've found empirical evidence linking immigration to real estate prices for the first time.
Foreign investment has impact on Vancouver housing market: researchers  Comox Valley Echo
Lynda Steele: A One-Point Plan To Fix Vancouver's housing mess  CKNW News Talk 980
Climate change announcements welcome news for Canada's ailing clean-tech sector
Canada's clean-technology companies say new government initiatives focused on climate change, including the North American Climate, Clean Energy and Environment Partnership, are a positive step in the development and growth of the burgeoning sector ...
Canadian Nuclear Industry Welcomes Inclusion in Clean Energy  Canada NewsWire (press release)
North American energy deal places focus on Mexico  Science Magazine
BHP said to be after Potash Corp again
BHP has been developing its own Canadian potash mine - the Jansen project - in Potash Corp's backyard. (Image courtesy of BHP).
Potash Corp. stock soars after rumour of takeover bid  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Potash Corp rallies amid speculation of possible takeover: 'It feels ...  Financial Post
Halifax lines the streets for annual Canada Day Tattoo parade
Halifax's annual Canada Day parade kicked off this year with a row of Canadian flags followed by rainbow Pride flags as a way to pay tribute to the lives lost in the Orlando mass shooting last month.
Atlantica Party rises again for next election
Why Bank of Nova Scotia Should Be in Your Portfolio  The Motley Fool Canada
Fisheries Minister Keith Colwell disappointed with shrimp policy recommendation
Nova Scotia Fisheries Minister Keith Colwell says he's disappointed with a federal panel decision that recommends scrapping a northern shrimp policy that protects the pioneers of the multi-million dollar industry.
Ministers divided over panel recommendation for northern shrimp fishery
Northern shrimp policy could be replaced by new regime  FIS
Video shows oil industry bus driving wrong way on Alberta highway
WATCH ABOVE: A video posted to Facebook by Pam Helmer-White shows a Diversified Transportation Ltd. bus driving north on the southbound shoulder of Highway 63 between Edmonton and Fort McMurray.
Diversified Bus drives wrong way on Highway 63
Video captures oil industry bus headed wrong way on Alberta highway  Edmonton Journal
Northern Gateway ruling a reminder of governments' duty to consult
The Northern Gateway pipeline has been declared dead and buried so many times, it would be redundant to suggest this week's ruling by the Federal Court of Appeal drove a final stake through the heart of this troubled project.
Yedlin: Northern Gateway dealt serious legal blow  Calgary Herald
Northern Gateway Decision a Huge Victory for First Nations' Rights