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Fires, floods, golf ball-sized hailstones. Sound familiar? Extreme weather events are fast becoming a regular occurrence, and it’s affecting the cost of insuring your home.
Across Canada, new graduates attended virtual convocation ceremonies, wearing caps and gowns—either shipped to their homes or retrieved via curbside pickup—and watched the speeches from afar. Of course, that's not the only thing that's different for the Class of 2021.
To shed some light on why inflation is getting so much attention recently and why investors should care, we explored market commentary, economist reports and news sources to bring you the following highlights.
The global pandemic has closed borders, grounded flights and shuttered popular tourist attractions. Until it’s safe and simple to travel again, here are some of the best ways to explore the globe without having to dust off your passport.
Having trouble sleeping? If anxieties, fears and a disrupted routine arising from the COVID-19 pandemic are keeping you up at night, welcome to the club. So many us have lost sleep over the past year that medical experts have dubbed the phenomenon COVID-somnia.
To cope with pandemic stress, many people are turning to various methods of self-care. Many have found support through mental health services. Others are boosting their mood (and staying fit) with regular exercise, or by staying connected with family and friends. Many of us are also exploring other techniques, including mindfulness and meditation, to soothe our frazzled nerves.
Have you checked in recently with the men in your life – including friends, family members and co-workers – to ask how they’re doing? Nearly a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, we could all use extra emotional support, but men are less likely to seek or receive it, and this can contribute to poor mental health.
UTAM has joined fellow investor signatories of CDP in supporting the organization’s Science-Based Targets Campaign, which aims to accelerate the corporate sector’s adoption of science-based reduction targets for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The next time you see your doctor, don’t be surprised if they tell you to take a hike. They mean it in the best possible way: spend more time outdoors, especially in natural settings like parks and forests.
The global pandemic has changed our lives in many ways, big and small. The big ones include how we work, how we socialize and how we get around. In this blog post, we look at some of the smaller but still significant ways in which COVID-19 has affected our daily lives and habits.