Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - April 8 2021

Newsletter 04/08/2022

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MP calls Trudeau a dictator in House of Commons

Lethbridge member of Parliament Rachael Thomas told the House of Commons the Oxford dictionary definition of the word dictator this week, saying "many Canadians" feel it applies to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. -CTV

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Calgary police chief announces 2-week pause on implementing 'thin blue line' patch removal

Calgary police Chief Mark Neufeld announced Tuesday a two-week pause on implementing an order from the Calgary Police Commission for his officers to stop wearing 'thin blue line' patches on uniforms while on duty. Neufeld said members were "incensed" by the order, which called for the patches to be removed by April 1 as they need to be replaced with a symbol that "better reflects the values of Calgarians." The Commission had earlier said the decision to prohibit the symbol was made for several reasons, including its contentious history in "division, colonialism and racism," while acknowledging some officers wear the patch to "honour the fallen." "This has never been a question of whether police officers are wearing the symbol with good intentions, it was a decision taken because the symbol’s meaning is mixed and lands differently on a significant number of people in our city." said commission chair Shawn Cornett. -CTV

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Can Sour Candy Ease Panic Attacks? Experts Explain

Sucking on sour candy when you're on the verge of a panic attack is a hack that many mental health professionals post about on TikTok. The first such video that popped up on my personal For You page was this clip from a therapist who goes by @justtherapythings. In the video, the therapist opens up a Warhead candy and shows how the sour taste can "snap your brain out of panic mode."-Popsugar.com

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Survey: 6 Out Of 10 Americans Aren’t Ready For The Mask Mandate For Air Travel To End

In less than two weeks, on April 18, the federal mask mandate for public transportation is due to expire. The airline industry has been pushing the Biden administration to end the mandate, but multiple public surveys suggest that the majority of Americans are still not quite ready to see it go. Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam said that federal agencies overseeing masking mandates in Canada for things like domestic travel are evaluating the situation and could make "policy adjustments as needed in the coming days and weeks." -Forbes CBC.

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