Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - May 6 2021

Newsletter 05/06/2022

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Nearly half of Canadians say religion contributes both good and bad to society: survey

Nearly half of Canadians believe the presence of religion in Canada contributes both good and bad in equal parts, according to a new survey. The study, conducted by the Angus Reid Institute with non-partisan think tank Cardus and released on Tuesday, surveyed nearly 1,300 Canadians about their religious practices, as well as their views about how religious communities may benefit or harm the public. -CTV News

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Canadians lack basic outdoor skills, Scouts Canada survey shows

A recent survey conducted by the nation’s leading co-ed youth organization, Scouts Canada, revealed that the average Canadian lacks basic outdoor skills. From accidental tent burning with hot lanterns to flood-related issues due to rain-filled tents, the majority of respondents, 39 per cent, who were asked to rate their own level of camping competence confessed that their skills are poor at best, if not outright dangerous. Only 36.3 per cent of Canadians rated themselves as ‘ok’.-National post

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NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL MUSIC! PRESENTS TODAY'S TOP HITS ON 'NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL PRIDE'

NOW That's What I Call Music!, the world's bestselling multiple-artist album series, showcases today's biggest hits across chart-topping numbered volumes and themed releases. NOW's latest edition, NOW That's What I Call Pride, will be released May 20 on CD, digitally and vinyl. -PRNewswire

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Tropicana Created a Cereal Specifically for Orange Juice

In honor of National Orange Juice Day on May 4 , Tropicana released a cereal specifically intended to mix with orange juice instead of milk. Tropicana Crunch is touted as "the first-ever breakfast cereal created to pair with Tropicana Pure Premium so you can sip your sunshine and eat it, too." The unusual cereal that is "made for OJ" will only be available through TropicanaCrunch.com. The juice brand gave boxes away for free on May 4 and quickly sold out. A Tropicana spokesperson said after testing multiple flavors and textures, the company opted for a granola-based cereal because it can withstand the acidity in OJ better than things like flakes, which would go soggy more quickly. And the honey almond flavor was chosen to balance against the orange juice's tartness.

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