Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - October 7 2022

Newsletter 10/07/2022

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Paying with a credit card? Expect to see a fee when you shop under new rules that start now

With record-high inflation, Canadian shoppers are well aware that the cost of just about everything is going up.
But they can soon expect to see a new demand for their dollars when they shop, because starting Thursday, retailers and other businesses will be allowed to charge them a fee every time they swipe their credit card once notice is provided to card companies. -CBC

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Hold the gravy: Thanksgiving dinner is a pricey one for Canadians this year

Almost a quarter of Canadians are making changes to their Thanksgiving dinner because of higher food prices. This is according to a cross-national survey from Agri-Food Analytics Lab at Dalhousie University, in partnership with Angus Reid, which investigated what Canadians intend to prepare and cook for the holiday. The latest report from Statistics Canada found food prices bought from stores continued to spike in August at 10.8%, rising at its fastest pace since 1981. While about 22% of Canadians say they will be switching up their dinner menu, this is especially likely in BC (29%), Alberta (25%), and lower-income households that earn below $50,000 a year (30%), the lab added. -DailyHive.com

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Smelling foods from childhood can help an aging brain ‘time travel’

Human memory is notoriously faulty and tends to fade with time. Fascinating new research, however, suggests enjoying foods from childhood may be an easy way to jumpstart your memory in old age. Scientists at Lancaster University report that when a group of older adults encountered foods and flavors from their youth, they “time traveled” back to the past with enhanced memory recall. -StudyFinds.org


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Jada Pinkett Smith has deal for 'no holds barred' memoir

Jada Pinkett Smith has a lifetime of thoughts she'd like to set down.
The actor, singer, entrepreneur and co-host of the Facebook Watch show "Red Table Talk" has a deal for what Dey Street Books is calling an "honest and gripping memoir" that will cover her "complicated marriage to Will Smith," among other topics. The book is currently untitled and scheduled for next fall. According to the announcement, Pinkett Smith will recount her "unconventional upbringing in Baltimore," her friendship with late rapper Tupac Shakur, her love story with Smith and her experiences with motherhood.-CTV News

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