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Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - July 28 2023


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'Old boys' club': Employees question how Regina rebrand was approved

Federal government employees expressed relief that Prairies Economic Development Canada was not involved in a disastrous rebrand that saw Saskatchewan’s capital city criticized for sexualized

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Top medical experts call for national inquiry into Canada's COVID-19 'failures'

Three and a half years after the virus behind COVID-19 began its rampage around the world — eventually killing tens of thousands of Canadians — a group of top medical experts is calling on federal officials to launch a full national inquiry into Canada's pandemic response. In a sweeping set of editorials and analysis papers published on Monday in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), more than a dozen physicians and health advocates are shining a spotlight on what they've dubbed the country's "major pandemic failures," from the devastation in long-term care homes, to vaccine hoarding, to higher death rates among lower-income communities. Those shortcomings all played out against the backdrop of the country's complex, fragmented health-care system. That decentralized approach, the authors argue, led to dramatic differences in how each province handled the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus first reported in Canada in Jan. 2020. -CBC News

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Average American spends $151 on impulsive purchases per month

According to a new study, the average person is only spending $151 impulsively per month, which is down from previous years $314 in 2022, $276 in 2021 and $183 in 2020.

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French's launches mustard flavored Skittles in honor of National Mustard Day

Skittles don’t generally strive to be this tangy, but in anticipation of National Mustard Day on August 5, the famous American candy is taking a risk. French’s has partnered with Skittles to give mustard lovers all over the country a new French's Mustard Skittles flavor and a chance to win a free fun-sized packet through three pop-ups and an online sweepstakes while supplies last. French’s will be hitting the road in a bright yellow vintage bus nicknamed the Mustard Mobile as it works its way up to Atlanta, Washington D.C. and New York City for its popups. Customers will be able to try the limited-edition skittles and have the chance to purchase some French’s merch. -USA Today

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