Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - July 29 2021

Newsletter 07/29/2022

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Lawyers see spike in pet custody cases as couples split under pandemic pressure

Canadians are increasingly calling lawyers for help deciding who gets to keep a pet in recent years — especially over the past 18 months, as COVID-19 lockdowns and work-from-home policies forced couples to spend more time together, pushing some relationships to a breaking point.-CBC

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Taxing churches: Religious institutions in Iqaluit no longer exempt from property tax

Following the discovery of unmarked graves at former residential school sites, the City of Iqaluit has passed a bylaw that could require churches to begin paying property taxes. Religious institutions in Canada are generally exempt from paying taxes. Iqaluit’s new bylaw, first proposed by the mayor last year, requires churches and other community groups to apply for tax relief. Applicants must meet a series of strict conditions and the total annual funding available for all groups is capped at $300,000. City council approved the third and final reading of the bylaw on April 12, which means local churches risk receiving only partial tax relief, or none at all, beginning in 2023. -Global News. One Reddit comment about this said "People who want religious buildings to be taxed need to realize that it’s not a good thing for society. Religious buildings are community halls, and their users help the poor in communities more than you realize. Half my churches revenue is given out through the deaconry. Other half goes to upkeep and paid staff, which are largely fixed costs. Taxing churches is effectively going to remove funding from the deaconry."

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No place to hide? 52% fear they’re in danger every day — even at home!

Over half of Americans feel like they’re in imminent danger at least once a day. A new poll of 2,000 Americans analyzed how they feel about their personal safety and found 52 percent feel on edge every day. -StudyFinds.org

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Dove Cameron's Favorite Snack Is A Bizarre Food Combination

Actress Dove Cameron was recently featured in a a July 26 First We Feast "Snacked" YouTube video where she breaks down some of her favorite foods. Cameron reveals her preferred snack of choice:  brownies and ranch dressing. That's right: sweet, chocolatey brownies and a tangy cream sauce. Cameron assures viewers the combination is good, but fans are probably skeptical. -Mashed.com

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