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North American stock markets tumble in wake of Brexit vote

The Loonie fell more than a cent READ MORE

Walmart will no longer accept Visa cards, starting this summer

Store reps say fees applied to Visa cards are "unacceptably high." READ MORE

Website at centre of Rob Ford crack scandal files for bankruptcy

Documents filed at a New York State court on Friday show the company that owns the gossip website Gawker has filed for bankruptcy. READ MORE

Via Rail workers could strike as soon as Monday

The union representing 1,800 Via workers has give the employer a strike notice. READ MORE

Canada adds more full-time jobs, Alberta unemployment soars

Across Canada, the labour force survey showed an overall gain of 13,800 jobs in May. READ MORE

More of Canada's big banks go live with Apple Pay

Royal Bank and CIBC jumped on board last month READ MORE

Airbnb: more than one way to regulate home-sharing services

Quebec is first Canadian jurisdiction to enact rules around home-sharing READ MORE

Your variable mortgage rate is safe

Bank of Canada holds the interest rate steady at 0.5% READ MORE

Feds approve Lowe's takeover of Rona

The deal makes the new company the largest collection of home-improvement stores READ MORE

Ontario Chamber of Commerce urges one-year delay on cap-and-trade plan

Chamber wants to know more about how revenue will be invested, administered READ MORE

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