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Results of probe into BC real estate flipping to be released
VANCOUVER - An independent advisory group struck to examine the hot issue of contract flipping in British Columbia's real estate market is set to release its final report today.
BC panel to urge tougher real estate oversight  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Vancouver's real-estate boom could soon come to an end, association suggests
TSX suffers lowest close in seven weeks on Brexit fallout
Canada's main stock index notched its lowest close in seven weeks on Monday, as the fallout from Britain's vote to leave the European Union pummeled financial stocks and energy shares fell with retreating oil prices.
Brexit hangover continues for North American markets, Canadian dollar  Winnipeg Free Press
Brexit: 4 Negative Effects on the Stock Market  The Motley Fool Canada
Asian Markets Settle Slightly
Stock markets in Asia stabilized somewhat on Tuesday, despite continuing concerns about the political and economic aftermath of the U.K.
Sterling advances as investors scoop up beaten down assets  Irish Times
SE Asia Stocks-Largely up on bargain-hunting; Philippines down  Reuters
Edmonton councillors approve controversial high-rise tower despite chief ...
A developer's plan to build a 45-storey residential tower in Oliver, a building more than three times as tall as the current height limit in the area, was approved by Edmonton City Council Monday night.
45-storey Emerald Tower on Jasper Avenue wins approval
Emerald Tower gets the green light from city council  CTV News
CEAA resumes review of Pacific NorthWest plans
Canada's environmental regulator has resumed its review of plans devised by Malaysia's state-owned Petronas to export liquefied natural gas from northern British Columbia, clearing the way for the federal cabinet to rule this fall on the controversial ...
Canada resumes environmental review of Petronas-led LNG project  Reuters Canada
PETRONAS LNG Bid Faces 90-Day Wait As Clock Ticks For Trudeau  Rigzone
Boil water advisory issued for parts of Saskatoon after water main break
A water main break has caused the City of Saskatoon to issue a wide-sweeping precautionary boil water advisory. Areas east of Central Avenue and north of College Drive are under the advisory until further notice.
Saskatoon's northeast under drinking water advisory after damage to ...  CTV News
Drinking water advisory issued after contractor breaks water main  News Talk 650 CKOM
Threat of Canada Post work stoppage worries business owners
Small businesses are scrambling to ship product, pay suppliers and get paid by the end of the month as a potential work stoppage at Canada Post looms.
Looming Canada Post work stoppage has medical marijuana producers scrambling
Canada Post takes hard line on job action  Toronto Star
Toronto Bike Share to take 'giant step forward' as expansion begins
The number of Bike Share stations - and bicycles - in Toronto is set to double this summer. By: Luke Simcoe Metro Published on Mon Jun 27 2016 04:06:00.
Bike Share Toronto Expansion Underway  CKNW News Talk 980
Toronto Bike Share Opens Ossington Riders to More of the City  Ossington village
Family Fishing Week starts July 2
Canadians can fish in Ontario without buying a licence during Family Fishing Week, which is July 2 to 10 this year. Supplied photo.
Licence-free family fishing week starts Saturday  Peterborough Examiner
Standard & Poor's downgrades Saskatchewan credit rating due to budget concerns
REGINA - Low natural resource prices have prompted Standard & Poor's to downgrade Saskatchewan's credit rating to double-A-plus from triple-A.
Sask. credit rating dropped to reflect low resource prices
Saskatchewan Loses AAA Credit Rating