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My team just got back to the States from the land of unlimited pot stock potential: Canada.

Organizers estimated some 15,000 growers, researchers, retailers, policymakers, industry insiders, and enthusiasts attended a “double-header” – a business conference and cannabis expo that proved to be the biggest single-day weed-centric event....More>>>

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A leading cannabis company in the U.S. is seeking validation through a run on a global exchange.

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MedMen Enterprises Inc., which operates retail stores in California, Nevada and New York, began trading Tuesday on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol MMEN. The company is one of the largest cannabis firms trading on a Canadian exchange, according to BNN Bloomberg.

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The U.S. dollar edged higher Tuesday, recovering from earlier weakness, but lost ground versus its partners in the North American Free Trade Agreement, following a report that President Donald Trump was looking for a renegotiated deal in principle in the next two weeks.

Check out: Mexican peso, Canadian dollar cut losses on report that Trump urges Nafta deal in 2 weeks

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Related Canadian Investors Can Call On Quality With These ETFs Small Caps, Big Dividend Potential With This ETF

Over the years, many dividend investors have been conditioned to believe that, at the sector level, utilities are a dividend mecca while technology is a dividend wasteland.

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For centuries, physical gold has served as an effective crisis hedge. When economies take a severe downturn and paper money gets devalued, a stash of gold can save you from losing your shirt.

Our friendly neighbors to the north would do well to remember that wisdom—because they’ve been experiencing the mother of all housing bubbles.

“At this point,” says Jared....More>>>

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The US just lost a trade battle with Mexico. It’s the first loss of the Trump era.

Mexico and the US have fought for years over tuna. The US insists that any Mexican tuna sold in the US must be “dolphin safe,” meaning dolphins weren’t killed by tuna fisherman, which was once common. Mexico says its fisherman play by the rules. The US government disagrees.

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After agreeing at the last minute to stave off a strike, unions at Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. are urging their members to reject the company’s offer and say it’s only a matter of time before they walk off the job.

“CP succeeded in delaying the inevitable," Doug Finnson, president of the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference, which represents about 3,000 train conductors....More>>>

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President Trump could soon kill a major trade deal with Mexico and Canada if huge compromises aren’t made this week.

Round 6 of the renegotiation of NAFTA, the pact between Mexico, Canada and the U.S., starts Tuesday in Montreal, Canada.

No major progress has been made on key issues through the first five rounds. Only one more round after this week is scheduled, and Trump....More>>>

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I’ll sound like a broken record, but here it is: Canadian energy stocks have been battered once again.

What I said in August 2017:

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Bon voyage, Charlie Brown.

A Canadian company that owns the majority of the beloved Peanuts brand is selling nearly half its stake to Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) for $185 million.

American fans have nothing to fear: Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and crew will not change, according to a spokesman for DHX Media of Halifax.

“The Peanuts characters, and the brand representation....More>>>