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Investing 101: Healthy Diversification vs. Unhealthy Diversification

Home » Investing » Investing 101: Healthy Diversification vs. Unhealthy Diversification Many young traders share screenshots of their portfolios on social media. Those portfolios aren’t diversified. Some have either put all their money in BlackBerry or have a 40:60 split in Bitcoin and Dogecoin. That kind of portfolio is the death knell for your money. …

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‘It acknowledges our place’: RCMP explores allowing ribbon skirt as part of ceremonial uniform

Indigenous RCMP officers could soon pair the red serge with a ribbon skirt — if it is approved as a ceremonial uniform. The RCMP review of the cultural garment is one of many changes sparked, in part, by 10-year-old Isabella Kulak, a member of Cote First Nation, who was the catalyst for a national ribbon skirt wearing movement. In December 2020, Isabella …

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Suspended Ottawa Redblacks player cleared in Toronto aggravated assault investigation: lawyer

The lawyer for Chris Larsen, the suspended Ottawa Redblacks defensive lineman, says his client has been cleared in an alleged assault on Toronto Island. The assault, which is being investigated as a possible hate crime, happened on June 5. Calvin Barry says Larsen voluntarily talked to police. Larsen was suspended by the team on June …

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COVID-19 in Indigenous communities: What you need to know

The number of vaccinations against COVID-19 is steadily increasing in First Nations and Inuit communities, with just over 29,000 doses administered this week according to the latest data from Indigenous Services Canada (ISC). The federal department is set to give an update on the coronavirus situation in Indigenous communities at a news conference Wednesday morning. …

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Trudeau, Canadian delegation check-in to quarantine hotel after overseas trip

OTTAWA — Canada’s prime minister has checked in at the final stop from his trip overseas. Trudeau and the rest of the Canadian delegation who travelled to the United Kingdom and Belgium checked in at a three-star hotel near the Ottawa airport Tuesday evening to begin a 14-day quarantine. Canada introduced a rule earlier in …

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Ontario border rules limiting travel from Quebec, Manitoba lifts

Ontario’s borders with Quebec and Manitoba fully reopen today. A provincial order restricting interprovincial travel between those provinces expired at midnight. The regulation was introduced in April as Ontario battled a third wave of COVID-19. It applied to land and water borders. Trending Stories Travel between the regions was limited to essential reasons such …

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