Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - November 5 2021

Newsletter 11/05/2021

2 out of 3 Canadians stressed about inflationary rise of food, fuel, and housing costs.

A survey of Canadians to understand their biggest financial stressors and found that inflation is weighing heavily on our minds. As Canada’s inflation rate soared to an 18-year high, increased cost of living is a source of financial stress for two out of three (67%) Canadians — more than double that of any other financial stressor. -Techbomb.ca

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Alcoholic beverages need labels with calorie counts, Manitoba group says

A non-profit organization in Brandon, Man., is taking aim at the way alcohol is marketed — and says information such as calorie counts and suggested serving sizes should included on alcohol packaging. Currently, that information isn't required on alcohol labels in Canada — but the Brandon-based Community Health and Housing Association hopes to change that. "People need to know how much calories they are consuming so they can make informed decisions," said Glen Kruck, the former executive director of the association, who now leads several special projects the organization has undertaken.-CBC

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Texas Bar Restricting Mariah Carey's Christmas Anthem

A Texas bar is restricting mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" jingle from playing. The sign on a jukebox inside a bar read in all caps "Mariah Carey's 'All I Want for Christmas Is You' will be skipped if played before Dec 1. After Dec. 1 the song is only allowed one time a night." -People.com

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Pregnant Michelle Branch Defends Her Virgin Mary Halloween Costume, Tells Critics to 'Chill Out'

Michelle Branch is standing by her Halloween costume. The 38-year-old Grammy winner is currently expecting her third child, her second with husband Patrick Carney. On Halloween Sunday, Branch shared a photo on Instagram showcasing her baby bump while dressing up as the Virgin Mary for the holiday. The singer later edited the caption to respond to anyone "offended" by the outfit: "Update: for those of you offended, chill out. I was raised Catholic, I meant it as no disrespect." "She's the patron saint of expectant mothers and safe childbirth and I thought it would be the perfect costume for pregnant me to waddle around in," she continued. - People Magazine



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