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Greek PM Alexis Tsipras issues defiant call to reject 'insulting' bailout in ...
Greece set to sue over euro · What the financial crisis means. Athens: Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras issued a defiant call on Greeks to reject an "insulting" bailout offer from foreign creditors in a referendum planned for July 5. "The day of truth is ...
Tsipras Says EU Won't Eject Greece as ECB Signals Way Out  Bloomberg
Greece considers legal action to stop expulsion from Eurozone  The Australian
Low dollar means more BC travellers stay in province: survey
Seventy-five per cent of British Columbian leisure travellers plan to take a trip within the province during the next year because of the low Canadian dollar, according to a new survey by Insights West.
Tofino, Stanley Park voted B.C.'s 'best places' to visit  Surrey Leader
Two Places in the Okanagan Named Best in BC  KelownaNow
Ontario grain farmers seek legal stay on 'unworkable' neonics cap
The Grain Farmers of Ontario has gone to court to delay the implementation of restrictions on the use of pesticides some blame for the decline in populations of bees and other pollinators.
Grain farmers want to delay new rules on pesticide linked to bee deaths  Sarnia Observer
Injunction filed over Ontario's new neonicotinoid rules  CTV News
Porter Airlines fined $150000 for violating CRTC's anti-spam rules
Porter Airlines has agreed to pay a $150,000 penalty for violating Canada's anti-spam legislation in how it sent out certain emails to customers.
Porter Airlines agrees to pay $150K for emails violating anti-spam rules
Porter Airlines fined $150000 under anti-spam legislation, CRTC says  Guelph Mercury
Tourmaline buying Mapan for $106 million in share deal
Tourmaline Oil Corp. will reclaim an Alberta property originally exploited by its predecessor, Duvernay Oil Corp., through a $106-million all-stock deal to buy Calgary junior Mapan Energy Ltd.
Microcap Report: Mapan Energy (V.MPG) up 55% on takeover news  Stockhouse
Tourmaline Oil To Buy Mapan Energy  Nasdaq
Unplugged: Cellphones mark 30 years in Canada
Victor Surerus poses for a photo at his farm in Roseneath, Ontario, on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 with the first cell phone in Canada.
From antennas to swipe screens, cellphones mark 30 years in Canada  Montreal Gazette
Indigo dropping more book prices to keep customers in stores in digital age
Indigo Books & Music Inc. is dropping its prices on a wider array of books as the retailer tries to keep customers coming to its physical stores in a digital age.
Why Indigo Books & Music Inc CEO Heather Reisman believes we are on the ...  Financial Post
Indigo CEO Heather Reisman says lifestyle goods will drive growth plans  660 News
'Black Monday' as bank lockdown spooks Greeks
ATHENS: It has been dubbed “Black Monday” - jittery housewives, shoppers and business owners queued in vain at cash machines in Athens, as the country grappled with capital controls and shuttered banks.
Q & A: Should tourists be worried about possible Grexit?  Irish Independent
British tourists in Greece told to carry cash
Silvertip mine in northern BC wins construction permit under small-mines process
Private mining firm JDS Silver won a provincial permit Monday to begin building a $50-million silver-lead-zinc mine on its Silvertip project just south of the Yukon border, a property that successive companies have prodded and explored starting in 1955.
BC permits Silvertip underground mine near Yukon border
Coderre administration says it will block Mafia-linked Pierrefonds land from ...
The administration of Mayor Denis Coderre says the city will block development on a strip of land in western Pierrefonds that is co-owned by companies and individuals with links to the Mafia and that cuts through an eco-territory the city says it wants ...
Mafia-owned strip in Montreal's Pierrefonds lands raises questions of ...  National Post
Pierrefonds-Roxboro condo development encounters opposition