Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - November 4 2022

Newsletter 11/04/2022

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Many Canadians cut subscription services amid cost-of-living crisis

As Canadians look to cut expenses to deal with the cost of living crisis, many are cancelling subscriptions to streaming services. An Angus Reid Institute poll finds about a third of respondents have ditched at least one streaming service over the past six months. Citynews.ca

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Ottawa reveals plan to welcome 500,000 immigrants per year by 2025

The federal government is planning a massive increase in the number of immigrants entering Canada, with a goal of bringing in 500,000 people in 2025. Immigration Minister Sean Fraser revealed the new targets Tuesday, saying the move is necessary to ensure Canada's economic prosperity. Canadian industries are facing a significant labour shortage. About one million jobs are vacant across the country. The new plan puts an emphasis on increasing the number of immigrants who will be admitted based on their work skills or experience over the next three years. However, with record high inflation and housing costs, and limited resources, many Canadians feel the government's focus should be on it's citizens and not bringing in new immigrants.- Global News

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Humans may ‘evolve’ to have deformed bodies, second eyelid from overusing technology

Hunched back, clawed-hands, and second eyelids could be common features of human anatomy in the future, a recent computer model reveals. The shocking, hopefully tongue-in-cheek report warns that overusing technology could somehow steer human evolution in a direction that leaves people looking deformed compared to what we consider normal today. -StudyFinds.org

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Poll: 6 in 10 Americans admit to driving while drowsy

Most people consider drowsy driving dangerous, but an estimated 37 million Americans still get behind the wheel at least once a year when they're so tired they can barely keep their eyes open. About six in 10 people admitted to drowsy driving in a new survey by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). "Drowsy driving is impaired driving," said Joseph Dzierzewski, the foundation's vice president of research and scientific affairs-UPI.com

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