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Greek referendum voters unclear on question, potential aftermath - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Greek referendum voters unclear on question, potential aftermath
CBC.ca
In Brussels, back in 1994, Greece was the country overseeing European Union enlargement talks with Finland, Sweden, Austria and Norway
Greece was an EU veteran at that point having joined the group's predecessor in 1981 and taking its turn at the head ...

Greece crisis live: 'no' vote in referendum would trigger economic meltdownTelegraph.co.uk
Up-front losses would be large for Greece, long-term consequences uncertain ...Vancouver Sun
Europe won't let Athens go under, says Greek ministerReuters
The Economist (blog) -Newsweek
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Tentative deal on Iran sanctions, diplomats say - CTV News

CTV News

Tentative deal on Iran sanctions, diplomats say
CTV News
VIENNA -- World powers and Iran have reached tentative agreement on sanctions relief for the Islamic Republic, among the most contentious issues in a long-term nuclear agreement that negotiators hope to clinch over the next several days, diplomats told ...

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Winnipeg lawyer Maria Mitousis, 38, injured by bomb in law office - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Winnipeg lawyer Maria Mitousis, 38, injured by bomb in law office
CBC.ca
A Winnipeg lawyer has been taken to hospital in critical condition, and a law office was evacuated, following the explosion of a bomb in the city's Fort Rouge neighbourhood on Friday morning
Police confirmed that Maria Mitousis, 38, was injured in the ...

Maria Mitousis : Woman injured as bomb explodes at law firmCanada News
Bomb blast injures lawyerThe Carillon
Woman injured as bomb explodes at law firmSaskatoon StarPhoenix
CTV News -The Globe and Mail
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Some Air Canada flights leaving Pearson 'may be cancelled' - CTV News

CTV News

Some Air Canada flights leaving Pearson 'may be cancelled'
CTV News
Some scheduled Air Canada flights out of Toronto's Pearson Airport may be cancelled, the airline said as it recovers from delays caused by labour disruptions
Air Canada is asking travellers to check their flight status before heading to the airport on ...

Pearson flights returning to normal amid fuel company disputeCBC.ca
Toronto Pearson warns of more flight cancellations and delays SaturdayToronto Star
Air Canada warns of possible disruptions after job action at Toronto airportNews1130

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Pete McMartin: The real Vancouver emerges (from the ruins of the plebiscite) - Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun

Pete McMartin: The real Vancouver emerges (from the ruins of the plebiscite)
Vancouver Sun
Vancouver has always entertained the conceit that it was different from other places
We were greener, more progressive, more livable
This conceit even has a brand name
?Vancouverism? is the phenomenon we claim to export to the world: that model of a ...

Metro Vancouver residents left stranded by Premier Clark's failure of leadershipSouth Asian Link
Lack of leadership on Vancouver's transit leaves residents in the lurchThe Globe and Mail
Q&A: TransLink CEO Doug Allen on transit referendum failureCBC.ca
Toronto Sun -National Post -Straight.com
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Suspicious death investigated in the Beaches - Toronto Sun

Toronto Sun

Suspicious death investigated in the Beaches
Toronto Sun
The lifeless body of a middle-aged woman found in a home in the Beaches Friday night is being investigated as a suspicious death, Toronto Police said Saturday
Officers responded to a 911 call regarding ?a medical complaint? at 65 Elmer Ave., northeast ...

Police investigating suspicious death in the BeachesCTV News
Police investigating suspicious death at Beach homeToronto Star
Toronto police investigate suspicious death in the BeachesCityNews
CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
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Canadian Court Denies Request to Stop Uber Ride-Sharing Service - Opptrends

NDTV

Canadian Court Denies Request to Stop Uber Ride-Sharing Service
Opptrends
The City of Toronto lost its case against Uber after the Superior Court in Ontario denied its request to the stop the ride sharing operations of the company on Friday
In his ruling, Superior Court Judge Sean Dunphy said Uber is not required to have a ...

Judge's Uber decision does not change insurance requirementsCanada NewsWire (press release)
Judge dismisses city's application for injunction against Uber services680 News
Victory for UBERNews Talk 610 CKTB
The Globe and Mail
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Dispute continue on whether to recognize voter information cars as ID - CTV News

CTV News

Dispute continue on whether to recognize voter information cars as ID
CTV News
TORONTO - Lawyers for the federal government say using voter information cards as valid identification at the polls could lead to fraud and voter dissatisfaction
The Council of Canadians and the Canadian Federation of Students want the court to ...

Government defends strict voter ID restrictions in courtThe Globe and Mail
Use of voter information cards as ID could lead to fraud, federal government ...National Post
Harper vs
Canada case a precedent to protect Fair Elections Act, lawyer argues
CBC.ca

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'We're not in a recession,' Finance Minister Joe Oliver says - CTV News

CTV News

'We're not in a recession,' Finance Minister Joe Oliver says
CTV News
Finance Minister Joe Oliver does not believe that Canada is in the midst of a recession, saying he's still confident the economy will grow this year
Economists with Bank of America Merrill Lynch predicted Thursday that Canada's economy would shrink by ...

Joe Oliver predicts solid economic growth this yearCBC.ca
If Canada did slide back into a recession, it's likely already overThe Globe and Mail
Canada not heading for recession: ministerSky News Australia
Ottawa Citizen -Huffington Post Canada -THE BUSINESS TIMES
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Growing number of Canadians cutting traditional television: CBC report - mysask.com

Growing number of Canadians cutting traditional television: CBC report
mysask.com
Marjie Lynn is seen in Hantsport, N.S
on July 3, 2015
Lynn is one of a growing number of Canadians who are ditching their traditional television subscriptions and relying on TV content on the Internet and from streaming media providers
CANADIAN ...


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