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Stock markets show some signs of life after Brexit doldrums
Stock markets have been recovering this morning from two days of losses following the so-called Brexit vote. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up 149 points at 13,839 in afternoon trading.
TSX bounces back from two-day post-Brexit slide  Reuters Canada
Brexit hangover continues for North American markets, Canadian dollar  Windsor Star
Chinese bank is trying to seize Vancouver homes of former citizen accused of ...
Postmedia NetworkVancouver residents have questioned the legitimacy of foreign funds invested in the city's real estate market and have urged authorities to do more to scrutinize their origin.
Chinese bank claims fugitive bought luxury BC real estate
Chinese bank claims fugitive who owes $10M bought four homes in BC worth $7.2M  National Post
Air Canada finalizes $3.8B order for 45 Bombardier CSeries jets
Deliveries of the CS300 jets - currently the largest model of Bombardier's new CSeries planes - will begin in late 2019 and extend to 2022.
Bombardier, Inc.: Is Another Big Rally About to Begin?  The Motley Fool Canada
Air Canada, Bombardier finalize deal for at least 45 CSeries jets
Conrad Black reaches settlement with CRA over tax liens
TORONTO -- Conrad Black says he has reached a settlement with the Canada Revenue Agency after it placed liens on his Toronto home due to claims that he owes $15 million in unpaid taxes.
Conrad Black settles fight over tax liens  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Conrad Black withdraws request for emergency Federal Court hearing over ...
Provinces and cities racking up debt at an unsustainable rate: PBO report
The debt and spending levels of Canada's provincial, territorial and local governments are unsustainable, and will need permanent increases in revenue or spending cuts to stabilize their balance sheets, says the parliamentary budget officer.
Budget watchdog warns of deteriorating provincial finances  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Rising debt of Canada's provinces, municipalities fiscally unsustainable ...  The Daily Courier (subscription)
Union: Canada Post's last-ditch effort to avoid strike is 'inadequate'
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers isn't satisfied with the recent offers made by Canada Post. A strike could begin as early as this weekend.
If you have a package to send, you'll want to head to the post office ...
Canada Post labour dispute could take effect on Saturday  CTV News
BC real estate report calls for penalties of up to $250000
An independent advisory group tasked with reviewing a series of damning revelations about unscrupulous activity in B.C.'s overheated housing market says Realtors who break the rules should face fines of up to $250,000.
BC real estate reform: What you need to know  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Showing your home: what to expect and how to prepare  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Volkswagen to spend up to US$15.3B to settle emissions-cheating cases
DETROIT -- Volkswagen will spend up to US$15.3 billion to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S.
VW agrees to buy back diesel vehicles, fund clean air efforts  Reuters
Here's how Volkswagen's $15 billion proposed settlement would be ...  Ars Technica
GO trains on Kitchener line, UP Express slowly resume after track-level fatality
Service on the GO Transit Kitchener line and the UP Express have resumed after a GO train struck someone at track level Tuesday morning.
Person struck and killed by GO train near Weston Station  Toronto Star
Service suspended on Kitchener Line, UP Express after fatality on tracks  CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
Plans For New Arlington Bridge Taking Shape
WINNIPEG - We're getting a first look at designs for a new Arlington Street Bridge. A new report at city hall says construction could start on a replacement by 2020.
Arlington Bridge to be replaced?  MyToba