Day: July 31, 2020

Bear Clan co-founder James Favel replaced as executive director

James Favel is no longer serving as the executive director of the Bear Clan Patrol, the Winnipeg-based community crime prevention organization he helped revive. Bear Clan Patrol Inc. said in a Friday news release it has appointed Kevin Walker, who started as a volunteer with the citizen patrol before becoming a lead co-ordinator, as interim executive director. …

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Health Canada says don’t eat any U.S. grown red onions after at least 55 Canadians sickened with salmonella

Health Canada is linking a Canadian outbreak of salmonella infections to imported, American-grown red onions. Until officials know more about what is going on stateside, you’re being asked to avoid eating, handling or buying red onions from the U.S. Since July 24, the agency says at least 55 people across five provinces, including Ontario, have …

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Teens Charged In Massive Twitter Hack Bitcoin Scam

Three individuals, including two teens, have been charged for their alleged roles in a wide-ranging Twitter hack that compromised the accounts of presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, former US president Barack Obama, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, and other prominent figures and celebrities in order to promote a bitcoin scam, authorities announced Friday. Florida prosecutors …

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New to the Stock Market? Buy This TSX Stock After its Solid Q2 Earnings

On Thursday, the shares of Maple Leaf Foods (TSX:MFI) rallied, despite the broader market weakness. It’s a Mississauga-based food producer with a market cap of $3.4 billion. Maple Leaf released its second-quarter results on July 30. In Q2 2020, its adjusted earnings rose by 5% year over year (YoY) to $0.21 per share. With this, …

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Métis leadership says rise in ‘race-shifting’ threatens future of the Métis Nation

Métis Nation leadership says the rise in people falsely claiming a Métis identity is dangerous because it threatens the future of the entire Nation.  David Chartrand, president of the Manitoba Métis Federation and vice-president and spokesperson for the Métis National Council, said his temperature started to rise reading about Breanne Lavallee-Heckert’s experience at the Senate.  Lavallee-Heckert, …

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Children under 5 may be carrying high levels of coronavirus, study suggests

As provinces across the country announce plans to re-open schools in the fall, a new study suggests children younger than age five may have 10 to 100 times greater levels of the coronavirus in the upper respiratory tract compared to older children and adults. In the small study, published Thursday in JAMA Pediatrics, researchers analyzed …

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Millennials: How to Turn a $20,000 TFSA Into $450,000 by 2040

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on global economies. While the V-shaped recovery in equity markets has surprised investors and analysts, there might very well be a market crash on the horizon. But a volatile and beaten-down market also provides an opportunity for investors to buy quality stocks at a lower valuation. A market …

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