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Alexis Tsipras: The Premier Playing Roulette With Greece's Future
Athens: In the five months since he came to power vowing to deliver his country from years of biting austerity, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has kept Greece and Europe guessing.
Greece: the good, the bad and the downright ugly  Irish Independent
In run-up to vote, Greeks struggling with referendum question  CTV News
The Australian Financial Review  
China curbs IPOs, enlists brokers in all-out bid to end market rout
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China froze share offers and set up a market-stabilization fund on Saturday, the Wall Street Journal said, as Beijing intensified efforts to pull stock markets out of a nose-dive that is threatening the world's second ...
China Freezes IPOs, Greek Vote Too Close to Call: Saturday Wrap  Bloomberg
China freezes IPOs to stop rapid stock market decline - report  RT
Canadian economy 'not heading for recession'
MONTREAL: Canada's finance minister denied Friday that the country is heading for recession, a day after two major banks predicted economic doomsday.
'We're not in a recession,' Finance Minister Joe Oliver says  CTV News
If Canada did slide back into a recession, it's likely already over  The Globe and Mail
Loblaw workers to vote on new offer
Striking workers picket outside the Real Canadian Superstore on Walker Rd. in Windsor July 2, 2015. (Photo by Adelle Loiselle). TORONTO - A possible strike by 12,000 workers at 60 Loblaw owned stores across Ontario has been pushed back a week.
Loblaws Strike Deadline Pushed Back As Workers Vote On Amended Offer  Huffington Post Canada
Loblaw union delays strike after receiving new offer  The Globe and Mail
Climate change concert calls for more investment in green energy
Around 100 people gathered on the Alberta legislature grounds Saturday afternoon, trying to convince politicians that a strong economy and healthy environment are not mutually exclusive.
Rally uses alternate energy sources to show government how it's done  Edmonton Journal
Day of action across the country to promote renewable energy
Business News: Dollar falls, TSX rises
The Toronto Stock Exchange's benchmark index closed higher for a third straight session on Friday amid cautious trading ahead of Sunday's referendum in Greece.
The close: TSX edges higher ahead of Greek debt vote  The Globe and Mail
CANADA STOCKS-TSX ends higher as financials gain on defensive buying  Reuters
Tim Hortons worker in Burlington allegedly stole $200K
A Tim Hortons employee is accused of stealing over $200,000 from a Burlington, Ont., franchise between January 2014 and May 2015, say Halton Regional Police.
Tim Hortons employee allegedly steals $200000  Toronto Star
Hamilton woman charged with stealing $200000 from Tim Hortons  Hamilton Spectator
Metro Vancouver cuts back watering to one day a week in the wake of the driest ...
Vancouver is stepping up its water restrictions in the wake of record-breaking dry weather, reminding people "It's hot, it's dry.
Water restriction tighten across Metro Vancouver, Tri-Cities  Coquitlam Now
Metro Vancouver imposes strict water restrictions with record-breaking dry ...  MetroNews Canada
Price of a detached house in Greater Vancouver soars over $1.1 million
Lower Mainland house prices hit record highs in June, particularly in Metro Vancouver north of the Fraser River, as hot spring sales appear to be spilling over into summer.
Vancouver real estate market hottest on record, despite recession fears
Vancouver's detached home prices at record high as demand soars  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
B.C. closes rivers to fishing on Island, bans campfires
The B.C. government has closed rivers and streams to fishing on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands after raising the drought rating to its highest level.
Fishing ban issued as Vancouver Island drought conditions worsen  CTV News
Vancouver Island fishing banned as drought hits Level 4