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The ‘secret sauce’ for investors, why Home Capital might be a buy, and the key to the loonie’s next move

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The loonie. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

When someone is selling a ‘revolutionary new trading system that will make you rich!’ on late night television, the last thing an investor should do is give in to temptation and buy it. No …

Another, much smaller Phelps is training for the Olympics

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Michael Phelps and his one-year-old son, Boomer training.

Michael Phelps is back in the pool, baby! But this time he’s not the one training…

The legendary 23-time Olympic gold medalist became a father back in May 2016, and lucky for …

MoneyLion’s redesigned app gives personalized financial advice and instant access to personal loans

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Personal finance management app MoneyLion was created to help users save money, reduce debt and improve their credit. Today the app is being updated to provide users with more personalized information about how they can improve their financial health, as …

L.A. music fixture Rodney Bingenheimer will leave KROQ next month

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Rodney Bingenheimer with Cher. (Steven Diet Goedde / First Look Pictures)

Rodney Bingenheimer, the veteran radio DJ and rock-scene insider familiar to several generations of Los Angeles music fans, is ending his long-running show on L.A.’s KROQ-FM (106.7) after more …

Petra Kvitova to play at French Open

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PARIS (AP) — Only two months after picking up her racket for the first time following a knife attack at her home, Petra Kvitova will be playing at the French Open.

The two-time Wimbledon champion said Friday she will make …

As Brains Mature, More Robust Information Networks Boost Self-Control

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Sometime between grade school and grad school, the brain’s information highways get remapped in a way that dramatically boosts self-control.

Impulsive children become thoughtful adults only after years of improvements to the brain’s information highways, a team reports in Current …

Top 5 bands to see on this summer’s Vans Warped Tour

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Photo courtesy of Vans Warped Tour

The Vans Warped Tour is returning, celebrating its 23rd year bringing together a plethora of musical artists on a U.S. summer tour. The largest traveling and longest running touring festival in the United States, …

Brief relief promised for six Canadians with rare soft-bone disease

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Theresa Luckevich, 62, a participant in a clinical trial for the drug Strensiq is now waiting for a free supply of the expensive medicine which helps control her hypophosphatasia condition. (Michelle Siu/The Globe and Mail)

The maker of one of …

Blood Falls, Antarctica: Mystery Solved As Scientists Use An ‘Ice Mole’ To Track How The Crimson Water Escapes

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Ever since the Blood Falls in Antarctica were sighted back in 1911, people have wondered about this natural phenomena. But, now, thanks to science, the answer has finally been revealed.

Blood Falls, given its name because of the appearance of …

Stop running from the truth: Justin Trudeau is playing us with his PR stunts

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He’s tackled quantum physics, photobombed a beach wedding, posed shirtless for selfies with a family hiking in the woods and, most recently, jogged past a group of Canadian teenagers heading to prom.

And each time, Justin Trudeau’s actions have earned …

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