Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - December 11 2020
Alberta prepared to ban dangerous offenders from changing their names
The Alberta cabinet minister in charge of Vital Statistics vows to bring in legislation making it impossible for dangerous offenders like Leo Teskey to legally change their name. Teskey was designated a dangerous offender in 2010 after his 2000 attack on Edmonton landlord Dougald Miller. He beat Miller into a vegetative state. At last week's hearing, Teskey told Court of Queen's Bench Justice Doreen Sulyma that he hoped to get on with his life anonymously should he be released on parole.
New Survey Reveals That Canadian Consumers Trust .Ca More Than .Com.
A new survey of 1,501 Canadians examines which domain name extension Canadian consumers trust most on a company website. According to the findings of the survey, an astounding 60.24% of respondents selected .ca as the domain extension that they trusted most on a Canadian company's website.
B.C. Doctors Are Now Prescribing Nature To Boost Patient Health
This week B.C. Parks Foundation formally recognized nature’s powerful health benefits by launching Canada’s first parks prescription program, called PaRx. B.C. physicians can now prescribe patients a recommended two hours a week in nature, for 20 minutes at a time, relaxing or exercising.
Is your pet a better judge of character than you?
Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of DOGTV, a survey found that 61 percent of respondents said their dog is a better judge of character than they are. Do you think your pet is a better judge of character than you?
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