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BlackBerry Ltd to cut jobs worldwide, impact on India unlikely
New Delhi: Canadian technology firm Blackberry is cutting jobs globally as it plans to consolidates its various business verticals -- device software, hardware and applications.
Amid Restructuring, Blackberry Calls for More Layoffs  PC Magazine
More layoffs for Blackberry, but smartphone maker won't say how many  News Talk 610 CKTB
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Little Bobtail Lake wildfire 80 per cent contained
A 25,000 hectare wildfire that had been burning out of control for more than two weeks southwest of Prince George is about 80 percent contained, the B.C.
Very active start to the wildfire season in BC  News1130
UPDATED: Wildfire puts Prophet River on alert  Alaska Highway News
Greece won't meet IMF repayments in June, interior minister says
Greece said Sunday that it won't have the money it is due to repay to the International Monetary Fund next month unless it strikes a deal with international creditors over further rescue funding.
Greece's Syriza part leaders reject non-payment of debt  Washington Post
Greece hasn't got the money to make IMF repayment  Business Standard
Vancouverites unhappy about housing? Bob Rennie isn't so sure
People in the Lower Mainland aren't happy about the cost of home ownership, offshore buyers and the rest of our well-aired real estate grievances?
'Speculation tax' could curb real estate prices: mayor  CTV News
Vancouver condo king Bob Rennie calls for tax on speculation  CBC.ca
Second Costco to open in Saskatoon's Rosewood area
The rumours are true. A second Costco is officially coming to Saskatoon. Arbutus Properties announced Saturday that Costco will be the anchor tenant for a retail development called The Meadow Market in Saskatoon.
Second Costco coming to Saskatoon  Globalnews.ca
New neighbourhood in Saskatoon to include a Costco  CBC.ca
Major oil spill could cost Vancouver economy $1.2 billion: city report
VANCOUVER -- A major oil spill in Burrard Inlet would devastate Vancouver's marine and shore-based economy resulting in losses amounting to $1.2 billion, according to a University of B.C.
Metro Vancouver to formally oppose Trans Mountain pipeline  CBC.ca
Major oil spill could cost Vancouver's economy $1.2 billion: city report  Winnipeg Free Press
Business strategist says Vancity millennial housing report overblown
VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) - A few days ago, a Vancity report warned that too many young, educated professionals are leaving Metro Vancouver, pushed out by the high price of housing and stagnant wages.
Affordable housing issue 'abandoned' by federal government, says ...  CBC.ca
Vancouver home prices could trigger labour shortage: report  CTV News
#Donthave1Million protesters rally against high cost of housing
More than 100 people rallied at the Vancouver Art Gallery on Sunday afternoon to protest the high cost of housing in Vancouver. Many carried signs outlining the increase in housing prices over the last few decades.
The #DontHave1Million rally at Vancouver Art Gallery spurs mealy-mouthed ...  Straight.com
The problem with the #DontHave1Million housing rally  The Mainlander
'Staggering' NWT oil reserve revealed – but it'll need fracking
A map highlighting the Mackenzie Plain, which contains the Canol Shale. (Source: National Energy Board. The central Northwest Territories is home to around 200 billion barrels of oil, according to a new assessment released on Friday.
Canada regulator says northern oil shale may hold 200 billion barrels  Reuters Canada
Vast shale oil reserves estimated for central Northwest Territories  Brandon Sun
Ground shifting still wreaking havoc at Regina Beach
One house was obliterated and many others damaged in the blast from an underground gas leak, caused at least in part by ground shifting.
Natural gas cut-off looming at Regina Beach  Globalnews.ca