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More Canadians trusting governments as COVID pandemic fades: poll
An annual survey on how trusting Canadians are suggests their faith in governments is rebounding as the COVID-19 pandemic begins to fade. -GlobalNews.com
Netflix Canada begins its password-sharing crackdown
Netflix has announced a set of new features to be rolled out in Canada. “A Netflix account is intended for one household and members can choose from a range of plans with different features,” Netflix said. One of these features will allow members to set a primary location ensuring that anyone who lives in their household can use their Netflix account, they added. Under the new rules, premium and standard account holders will be given the option to add extra members for $7.99 per month. For that price, premium high-definition 4K subscribers can add two members who don’t live in their household. Standard subscribers, who pay less per month, can add one additional member for the same additional monthly fee. Basic and ad-supported plans will not be able to add more members. -Global News
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Average person knows 15 recipes by heart
Conducted by OnePoll for HelloFresh, and survey found that the average person claimed to know 15 recipes like the back of their hand, even if they no longer cook the dish. -StudyFinds.org
Survey: A majority of Americans support banning all tobacco products
A majority of Americans support banning all tobacco products, according to a new poll published by researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The survey, which was published Thursday in the peer-reviewed journal Preventing Chronic Disease, asked 6,455 people nationwide: “To what extent would you support a policy to prohibit the sale of all tobacco products?” A little over 57% of respondents said they would support such a policy. -StatNews.com
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