Day: July 5, 2020

E-Commerce Investing: 3 Key Strategies and 6 Top Stocks

There are at least three key strategies for investors when it comes to playing the e-commerce boom. These strategies target the platforms, payment systems, and logistics networks that support the growing trend in consumer digitalization. Today, we’ll take a look at these three strategies, along with six stocks that satisfy these differing theses. Two strong …

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‘Almost like a miracle’: McMurray Métis discover elder interviews thought lost in fire

A summer student working for the McMurray Métis has uncovered a valuable cache of interviews with elders, their stories and memories preserved on computer hard drives thought to have been lost in the 2016 wildfire. The McMurray Métis building burned to the foundation during the 2016 Horse River wildfire, and for years those who worked there …

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Reactions To White Guy Singing Bruno Mars At White House Event

Music · Posted 11 minutes ago This Fourth Of July, during the “Salute To America” celebration, this military man sang “Uptown Funk” to a pretty empty audience. Keep in mind — The Obamas had the actual Bruno Mars at their Fourth of July celebration. The made-for-meme moment, in fact, did become a meme. Here are …

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Siksik parka wins Tuktoyaktuk’s best traditional dress competition

Terri Lee Kuptana’s siksik parka won Tuktoyaktuk’s best traditional dress competition this year. (Submitted by Tessa Dillon) One look at Terri Lee Kuptana’s handmade parka and you’ll understand in your bones that it’s something special.  The siksik (Inuvialuktun for ground squirrel), Mother Hubbard-style coat is adorned with a wolf sunburst and wolverine trim, and black and …

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Province announces 138 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths on Sunday

The province’s latest update adds 138 cases of COVID-19 and two deaths to the total. However, Sunday’s update also brings 183 more resolved cases. This brings the number of active cases in the province to 1,839. Of Ontario’s 35,794 confirmed cases, 31,266 have resolved. A total of 2,689 people have died with the virus in …

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Ontario boards eye partial back to school plan that worries working parents

TORONTO — Andrea Moffat can’t decide what will be worse for her five-year-old son in September — keeping him at home or allowing him to make a partial return to school. The 42-year-old college professor said her boy has struggled with feelings of neglect over the nearly four months since schools across Ontario closed in …

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