Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - June 3 2021

Newsletter 06/03/2022

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Majority of Canadians want Queen to apologize for residential schools: survey

A majority of Canadians support calling on Queen Elizabeth II to apologize for the Church of England's role in Canada's residential school system, according to a new survey from Nanos Research.- CTV News

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WestJet CEO blasts Feds' vax mandate

The chief executive officer of WestJet is calling on the Canadian government to drop its vaccine mandate for travellers, saying the policy has "no more logic." "Vaccine mandate for air travellers and employees needs to be dropped," Alexis von Hoensbroech tweeted from an unverified account Tuesday evening. "As vaccines are not preventing the spreading of the virus since #omicron, there is no more logic to maintain it. This will also relax some of the operational challenges at the airports." Existing travel rules require proof of full vaccination for travel within or outside Canada. Travellers entering Canada who are not fully vaccinated must provide valid pre-entry COVID test results; they also face test and quarantine requirements upon arrival. -BNNBloomburg

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Woman gored by bison, tossed 10 feet in the air at Yellowstone park

A 25-year-old woman visiting Yellowstone National Park was gored by a bison and thrown into the air Monday morning, park officials said. Several outlets reported that the woman died from her injuries, but as of this writing she is still alive in a local hospital. The unnamed woman was hiking through Yellowstone when she approached a bison near a boardwalk at Black Sand Basin, which is just north of the Old Faithful geyser. -Globalnews

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1 in 3 say they had no life plan after graduating

A third of Americans had no life plan after completing school – whether it was high school or college (34%), according to a new poll.

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