Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - April 30 2021

Newsletter 04/30/2021

More than half of Canadians say pandemic third wave was preventable

Much of Canada is in the grips of a third wave of COVID-19 infections and it is more brutal than the first two. A new public opinion survey finds that 58 per cent of Canadians believe that it was preventable.

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Average Canadian credit score improved during pandemic, Borrowell study finds

Government assistance programs appear to have helped many Canadians avoid missed payments over the past year, which resulted in average credit scores actually improving during the coronavirus pandemic, according to new research from Borrowell, a fintech company that tracks credit.

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Yearbook adds positive spin to bad year

Most people remember their years spent in high school, maybe even middle school, and what better way to reminisce than to look at old yearbooks.
But is 2020 really the year these kids want to remember? One high school in Indiana is putting a spin on the narrative.

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Lumber prices are up 232% and ‘could spiral out of control in the next few months’

Last week the price per thousand board feet of lumber soared to an all-time high of $1,188, according to Random Lengths. Since the onset of the pandemic, lumber has shot up a whopping 232%. This supply and demand mismatch is largely a result of the pandemic. At the same time that state-mandated lockdowns caused mills to halt production, bored quarantining Americans were rushing to Home Depot and Lowe’s to buy up materials for do-it-yourself projects. That caused lumber inventory to plummet.

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