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

New cases of COVID-19 are continuing on an upward trend in many First Nations communities across the country, according to the latest data from Indigenous Services Canada. There were 1,662 active cases of COVID-19 in First Nations as of Oct. 18, with the majority of new cases reported in Saskatchewan and Alberta. The federal department said …

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Toronto man facing sexual assault charges accused of assaulting children outside daycare

A Toronto man who advertised himself as a nanny is now facing sexual assault charges. Toronto police believe he’s behind a multiple sexual assaults in the city. Between October 1 and 2, police were called after a man went into a hotel near Front Street West and York Street and allegedly assaulted a number of …

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9 Things About The Vagina That Are Simply, Literally, Basically Important AF

If you’ve got a question about a problem, have a thought you can’t seem to resolve, or want another opinion on a scenario in your life, you can DM me about it on Instagram (@itshameda) or Twitter (@hamedanafiz) to be featured in Help Me Hameda, our advice column. You can also drop in questions and …

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Inflation Rising: A Low-Volatility Dividend Stock’s Strategy to Play in Core Portfolios for 2022

Image source: Getty Images. Canadian firms and key industry players see higher inflation rates above 3% persisting for longer. A strong consumer demand outlook in the face of labour shortages and persistent supply chain bottlenecks reinforces higher inflation expectations, and investors need to protect their retirement portfolios’ earning and purchasing power, even as market volatility …

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Métis chef excited to be part of Canada’s largest food and film festival

Métis chef and culinary consultant Jennifer Lessard is headed to the East Coast on Tuesday to be part of the internationally acclaimed Devour! The Food Film Fest in Wolfville, N.S. “I love feeding people. I love sharing the ingredients from here and talking about how nutritious and amazing and significant they are,” said Lessard. She …

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Health Canada formally asked to approve Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for kids aged 5-11

Pfizer and BioNTech have officially submitted a request to have their COVID-19 vaccine authorized for younger children, according to Health Canada. The vaccine, marketed under the name ‘Comirnaty,’ is currently offered to Canadians as young as 12. If approved, it would become available to children as young as five. “As with all COVID-19 vaccines, the …

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Home appliance shortage hit by global supply chain crisis. When consumers might expect relief

Shopping for a new refrigerator or stove? The global supply chain shortage is causing major delays with some consumers waiting well over a year for appliances to arrive. “I wish I had something really positive to say, but it’s kind of hope for the best. As much as possible for anyone contemplating a renovation …

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39 Under $50 Products That Reviewers Swear By For A Reason

This car vacuum comes with three different-sized attachments (brush nozzle, extendable, and flathead) for detailing, a filter brush, an extra HEPA filter, and a carry bag. BuzzFeed writer Stephanie Hope swears by this cleaning gadget and said: “When I tell you that I use this product often, I mean it. It’s so easy to plug …

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Can the Bull Market in Oil Continue Running? The Motley Fool Canada

Image source: Getty Images. The recent momentum commodities have seen is impressive. Indeed, the price of oil has been on quite the run of late, breaching US$85 per barrel, recently. Accordingly, those considering whether this bull market in oil can continue appear to be factoring in this momentum of late. Given this current commodity price …

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