Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - August 6 2021

Newsletter 08/06/2021

Ottawa denies Alberta's request to let people carry pepper spray for self-defence

The federal government has denied Alberta's request to amend the Criminal Code to allow people to carry pepper spray for self-defence.- CBC News

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Poll shows majority of Canadians support barring unvaccinated from public gatherings

An overwhelming majority of Canadians want people who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 banned from gatherings in public places, a new poll has found. Seventy-eight per cent of respondents said they would support (59 per cent) or somewhat support (19 per cent) such a ban. Only 15 per cent opposed a ban, and 5 per cent were somewhat opposed. Two per cent were unsure. While the federal government is preparing a vaccine passport for Canadians travelling internationally, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has left it to provincial governments to regulate their own jurisdictions, and most premiers are reluctant to impose restrictions. - Globe & Mail.

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Walking: The Best Type Of Exercise?

For many of us, walking doesn't seem like anything special. It's just something we do every day. But walking is actually one of the best forms of exercise out there.
Scores of studies show that this simple form of movement has a wealth of wide-ranging benefits, including better physical and mental health, increased mindfulness and enhanced communication skills.- CNN Fitness

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Japanese Mayor Draws Rebuke For Chomping Olympian’s Gold Medal

On Wednesday, the mayor of Nagoya, Japan’s fourth-largest city, sparked outrage when he removed his face mask and proceeded to bite the Olympic gold medal of Japanese softball pitcher Miu Goto. The incident gained enough publicity that Toyota, a major sponsor of the Tokyo Games, issued a critical statement Thursday. “It is unfortunate that he was unable to feel admiration and respect for the athlete,” Toyota said. “And it is extremely regrettable that he was unable to give consideration to infection prevention.”
Following Toyota’s rebuke, Kawamura issued a public apology for acting “in an extremely inappropriate way.”-Huffington Post

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