Day: July 29, 2020

Enbridge (TSX:ENB) Stock: Strong Q2 and Still Offers 7.5% Dividend

Enbridge (TSX:ENB)(NYSE:ENB) reported its second-quarter results today. They are positive. For the quarter, its adjusted EBITDA, a cash flow proxy, was $3,312 million, up 3% from Q2 2019. Its distributable cash flow (DCF) — what it uses to pay dividends from — climbed 5% to $2,437 million year over year. Importantly, management reaffirmed Enbridge’s 2020 …

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Chicago NHL team bans Native American headdresses at home games

The National Hockey League’s Chicago franchise said Wednesday they are banning headdresses at home games as part of their pledge to honour the Native American community. The move comes after conversations with Native American partners to establish new policies and initiatives. While the team will play the remainder of its games this season in an …

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Province planning overhaul of child welfare system, Opposition slams lack of details

The Ford government says it is redesigning the province’s child welfare system with a focus on prevention and early intervention, but the Opposition is calling their plan all but empty. The province’s Associate Minister of Children and Women’s Issues Jill Dunlop says the new approach will help to address the over-representation of Black and Indigenous …

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Family of boy with rare neurological disorder pleading with Ontario government to release funding

The family of a five-year-old boy with a complex neurological disorder is urging the Ontario government to release funding promised under the Special Services at Home (SSAH) program back in March. “Most of the families we talk to, it’s not even $75 a month for them,” said Aliza Chagpar, Qadim Chagpar’s mother. “To families, especially …

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Investing $1,500 in These 3 Stocks Would Be a Brilliant Move for Your TFSA

With the stock market showing no clear trend, it’s prudent to invest in stocks that offer both stability and growth. Further, if it’s done through your Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA), you get to keep all of the capital gains and dividends, as they aren’t taxable. So, if you haven’t maxed out your TFSA limit (the …

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Thunderbird House gets needed upgrades as Indigenous cultural hub transformed into COVID-19 testing site

An Indigenous cultural hub that transformed into a COVID-19 test site in Winnipeg’s core will emerge from the pandemic in better shape than when coronavirus arrived in Manitoba. Thunderbird House has juggled financial, programming and infrastructure struggles over the years, but its location offered a way to ensure homeless people in the area had access …

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Here’s what it will be like when you visit Canada’s Wonderland when they eventually reopen

Canada’s Wonderland still doesn’t know when they’ll be reopening the park, but they have new rules and measures in place and ready to go when they get the green light. You will have to schedule your visit before you go through the park’s website or mobile app. Someone in your group will be required to …

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Toronto’s SickKids Hospital provides updated list of recommendations on how to reopen schools

Toronto’s SickKids Hospital released updated guidance on how schools can safely reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday. The updated document builds upon the original one released by a group of medical experts across Ontario in mid-June. The experts said they agree that bringing children back to school for “in-person, full-time learning, with appropriate risk-mitigation …

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