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Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - October 28 2022


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'We are not strangers in the country:' Advocates question why Diwali isn't a public holiday in Canada

As millions of South Asians around the world celebrate Diwali this year, a festival symbolizing triumph over darkness and dating back 2,500 years, its strong foothold on regions far from the Indian subcontinent also comes to light. -CTV News Opinion

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More Canadians than ever have no religious affiliation, census shows

Canadians are losing their religion at an unprecedented rate, with more than a third of the country reporting no religious affiliation in the latest census, Statistics Canada revealed Wednesday. And while the latest tranche of data from the 2021 census shows the proportion of non-religious Canadians has more than doubled in the past 20 years — to 34.6 per cent, up from 16.5 per cent in 2001 — the share of the country who identify as Christian has shrunk. They made up 53.3 per cent of the population in 2021, down from 67.3 per cent in 2011 and 77.1 per cent in 2001.

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Trick-or-treat: Most Canadians buy Halloween candy they would eat themselves, consider price second

Trick-or-treat yourself. A new survey found most Canadians shopping for Halloween candy this year will look for sweet treats they would eat themselves before factoring in price. -CTV News

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Central Oregon school district pulls students from camp minutes after learning of nonbinary counselors

Central Oregon school district pulls students from camp minutes after learning of nonbinary counselors. The sixth grade students of a small district in rural Central Oregon, were scheduled for a three-day, two-night stay at a camp. Several hours into the trip, the school bus returned, loaded up all the students and their belongings, and took them back home. The reason: District officials learned nonbinary counselors would be sharing cabins with the students, according to letters sent to parents later that day. Superintendent Stefanie Garber later wrote to parents, saying some students had expressed discomfort with staying in a cabin with a nonbinary person. Garber did not know how many students expressed discomfort or if they had actually requested they be taken home. Garber said the district could have done better in communicating with the camp, but also told parents she wished Camp Tamarack had informed her about the presence of nonbinary counselors.

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