Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - August 12 2021

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Telus to add a credit card processing fee starting in October, pending CRTC approval

Vancouver-based national telecom Telus has filed a request with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to add a credit card processing fee to customers’ bills later this year. According to a document filed with the CRTC on August 8th, 2022, Telus wants the fee to apply to new and existing customers who make credit card payments for Telus services. The fee would be set at 1.5 percent of the payment amount plus applicable taxes. -MobileSyrup

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Hamilton's 1st Tiny Homes Show draws people looking for affordable, minimalist living

19 tiny homes and trailers were available for visitors to view from Aug. 4 to Aug. 7 at the Tiny Home Show on the Ancaster Fairgrounds. The average cost of a new tiny home is roughly $150,000, but that doesn't include the cost of land. A typical tiny home is usually between around 200 to 400 square feet. The cost of land per acre across Canada ranges from $1,656 in Saskatchewan to $13,813 in Ontario, according to 2021 data from Statistics Canada.-CBC News

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'Little Mermaid' Star Halle Bailey Reveals How She Faced Racism Over Disney Role

Actor Halle Bailey is revealing how she responded to racist criticism after news broke that she’d star in the live-action remake of “The Little Mermaid” next year. Bailey, who is black, faced backlash, including social media hashtags, such as #NotMyAriel, which called into question the casting decision, as Ariel is white in the original movie.

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Colorado to stop sales tax on diapers and menstrual products

Beginning August 10, Colorado will no longer charge a sales tax on diapers, incontinence products and menstrual products thanks to a law which was signed by Gov. Jared Polis earlier this year. "This new bi-partisan law finally ends the sales tax on diapers and feminine hygiene products permanently and starts saving people money on these necessary products," Polis said in news release Monday. Lawmakers who sponsored the bill are hoping the tax exemption on these necessities will allow people to access them more easily. -CBS News

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