Day: July 11, 2020

ICYMI: NHL announces that hockey will return in Toronto and Edmonton starting August 1

After weeks of speculation, the NHL has officially announced that pro hockey will return in August. All remaining games will be played in one of two ‘hub cities.’ Toronto has been selected as the Eastern Conference’s hub, while Edmonton will host the Western Conference teams. On Monday, training camps will open across Canada and the …

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Health care unions considering political action over Ontario’s COVID-19 emergency act

TORONTO — Unions representing Ontario’s health-care workers say they’re consulting with their memberships about taking political action in response to the province potentially extending its emergency powers. The Ontario Council of Hospital Unions, a division of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, said that under the emergency orders, their collective bargaining agreement with the province …

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Buy Alert: Molson Coors (TSX:TPX.B) Might Buy This Pot Stock

Molson Coors Canada Inc. (TSX:TPX.B)(NYSE:TAP) is a Canadian icon.  Last year, it generated more than $10 billion in sales. But there’s a problem: growth has stagnated. Last quarter, revenue declined by 8.7% year over year. “After a corporate restructuring in the fourth quarter of 2019 and a bevy of new products hitting the market in …

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‘It’s not just a canoe to us’: Squamish and Musqueam Nations launch 3 race canoes

Members of the Squamish and Musqueam Nations are celebrating the launch of three canoes to race in the war canoe circuit — two of them newly built cedar strip canoes, and one decades-old refurbished dugout. The new vessels were unveiled at a ceremony in Vancouver on Thursday, with speeches, food, and a brief voyage in …

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Second Cup transitions first of several cafés into pot shops

The parent company of Second Cup has officially entered the legal weed market, after turning one of their midtown Toronto cafés into a pot shop. ‘Hemisphere Cannabis’ is the name of Aegis Brands’ new cannabis division. The store opened Friday on Avenue Road, north of Lawrence Avenue West. The aim is to open six more …

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15 Audiobooks That Are So Sexy They’ll Make You Lose Track Of Time And Reality

As part of a weeklong series about how we have sex now, BuzzFeed Books put together a list of popular erotic novels. But we also know some romances are really worth *listening to*. So we checked in with our friends and fellow book lovers at Libro.fm — an audiobook service that splits profits with independent …

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Air Canada (TSX:AC) Stock Investors: Hear What the CEO Has to Say

Air Canada (TSX:AC) stock is in trouble. When the year began, shares were priced at $50. This week, they fell below $17. The stock market clearly doesn’t know how to value the company. Value investors say this is a fantastic opportunity to buy low. Industry analysts warn that more trouble could be ahead. What’s the truth? …

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Popular B.C. Interior beach closed by local First Nation amid COVID-19 concerns

A popular beach in B.C.’s southern Interior is now closed to the public due to concerns visitors might spread COVID-19 to the local First Nation.  The Lower Similkameen Indian Band (LSIB) has closed the Chopaka Bridge Beach, which is a private beach on reserve land.  Chief Keith Crow said over the years it’s struggled with a …

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