Day: July 4, 2020

The New Cannabis: Better Stocks to Buy for the Upside

The pandemic has skewed the markets, weighing on once-thriving sectors and causing risk appetites to mutate. Bulls had been running cannabis and tech names long before the health crisis erupted. But a combination of unemployment, beaten-up industries, and the rise of zero-commission trading has given birth to a new breed of contrarianism. Here are some …

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Thompson man says he was racially profiled at Walmart, told he looked ‘like the type of person who drinks’

A First Nations man says he’s angry and hurt after being racially profiled at a Thompson store where he’s shopped for years — and the advocacy group that represents northern Manitoba First Nations says his story isn’t unique. Wayne Constant, 56, says he stopped by the Thompson Walmart after work on June 29 to pick up dog food and drinks. …

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Province confirms 121 new COVID-19 cases and five deaths on Saturday

The province is adding 121 new COVID-19 cases and five more deaths. According to Saturday’s update, 174 more cases are now considered resolved. As such, there are only 1,886 active cases in the province. Ontario has seen at least 35,656 total cases throughout the pandemic.  Of these, 31,083 have resolved. A total of 2,687 people …

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21 Hair Products To Help Keep Your Curls Poppin’ Throughout The Summer

From leave-ins to serums, these products will help your curls thrive during the summer heat. We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide …

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Inflation Risk! 1 Stock That Will Protect You From Central Bank Money Printing

One of the hardest things about investing is trying to anticipate what is coming next. Every investor faces this daunting task. All we can do is look at history, compare it to the present, and do our best to make decisions that will protect our investments. Periods of waiting can be unbearably long when you …

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A ‘Walk against Winston’ stirs debate over another Halifax statue

On a fine summer evening, a group of people recently marched up to Halifax’s Winston Churchill statue and surrounded it. Slowly, they applied stickers to it until the former First Lord of the Admiralty had been figuratively tarred and feathered. None of the stickers bore the British prime minister’s better-known quotes, such as: “We shall never …

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Fourth person dies after tractor accident in Quebec

A fourth person has died after a tractor accident in Quebec. Quebec’s provincial police announced the death on Saturday. The accident happened Wednesday evening, in the municipality of Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge, southeast of Montreal. Ten people were riding in the front shovel of the tractor when they were thrown for unclear reasons. Three children – all under …

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Shooting victim flags down paramedics after being left at Oshawa intersection: police

Durham Regional Police say a man was shot and subsequently left at an Oshawa intersection Friday night. Police said at around 10:45 p.m., the victim flagged down paramedics at Bloor Street East and Ritson Road South. Officials said the 27-year-old man told police he was left at the location after being in a black Honda. …

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