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Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - August 26 2021
Wintry weather in northern parts of Canada a 'gentle reminder' of upcoming colder seasons
While snowfall during the summer may seem unusual to southern Canadians, the North is well equipped for the snow expected to hit this week. The Weather Network is predicting a wet snowfall for parts of Nunavut on Wednesday night, as rising precipitation and colder-than-normal temperatures are expected. -CTV News
New film Blackberry to explore rise and fall of Canadian smartphone
The rise and catastrophic fall of what was once Canada's most valuable company is set for the big screen. Blackberry will tell the story of Waterloo, Ont.-based Research in Motion (RIM), creators of the titular device, which for a time was the world's most popular smartphone. The film stars Canadian actor Jay Baruchel as company co-founder Mike Lazaridis and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's Glenn Howerton as co-CEO Jim Balsillie. On Tuesday, producers added that Blackberry had finished production. It was filmed in and around Hamilton, Ont., with some scenes from nearby Waterloo and London. XYZ Films, which co-financed the film, will be introducing the project to buyers at TIFF, while Elevation Pictures will be distributing it in Canada.-Global News
Idle living: 1 in 4 adults admit they lead a sedentary lifestyle
More than a quarter of adults believe they lead a sedentary lifestyle – with the average person sitting down for up to 40 hours a week, according to a recent survey. The poll of 2,000 British people finds 27% admit they aren’t as active as they should be, despite easily being able to. -StudyFinds.org
Do you have a secret twin? Strangers with similar faces share many gene variants
A new study finds unrelated people with similar facial features likely share many of the same genetic variants. The findings are based on photos of genetically unrelated lookalikes, along with a DNA analysis. Researchers say it could lead to screening patients for illness and even improvements in crime-solving through DNA testing. The number of people identified online as doppelgangers — virtual “twins” who are not family relatives — has increased due to the expansion of social media. Pictures of humans can be exchanged across the world, enabling characterization on a molecular level of random human beings who resemble each other. -StudyFinds.org
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