Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - August 19 2021

Newsletter 08/19/2022

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Lisa LaFlamme removed as CTV National News anchor

Veteran news anchor Lisa LaFlamme says she was “blindsided” as Bell Media ended her contract at CTV National News after 35 years, a “business decision” it says will move the chief news anchor role in “a different direction.” -Global News

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CNE assures public safety while inspectors on strike cite concerns

Safety inspectors are on strike as the CNE is set to return on Friday after a two-year hiatus, and the union says it's worried about public safety during the 18-day fair. Members of the Ontario Public Services Employees Union (OPSEU) picketed outside the CNE grounds on Sunday, asking that the Technical Standards and Safety Authority return to contract negotiations. They're also worried that rides and equipment may not be properly inspected as a result of the strike. TSSA has responded to safety concerns by saying it's brought managers and consultants to facilitate safety inspections and there is no public safety risk as a result of its rigorous inspection process. The CNE Association agrees. -Global News

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Sharenting

Playfully nicknamed “sharenting,” posting pictures online may seem like a fun and easy way to show off your family’s best moments, but a new study cautions that it’s important to understand the risks as well. -StudyFinds.org

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There's a New World Record for Most Ghost Peppers Eaten in a Minute

Earlier this month, Guinness World Records announced that they had certified Gregory Foster's record for most Bhut Jolokia chili peppers (aka ghost peppers) eaten in one minute, and video of the attempt, which took place on November 14, 2021, finally landed on YouTube this week. The California resident downed 17 peppers in total, equal to 110.50 grams (or 3.98 ounces), which bested the previous record of 97 grams (or 3.42 ounces) set by Mike Jack in London, Ontario, on March 2, 2019. -Foodandwine.com

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