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Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points -September 3 2021


Premier Jason Kenney addresses weeks-long absence during 4th wave of pandemic

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney reappeared after a weeks-long absence on Wednesday with a Facebook livestream where he answered selected questions from Albertans and teased an upcoming incentive to encourage people to get vaccinated.- CBC News

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Singh seen as most likeable leader in election as Trudeau’s popularity craters: poll

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has emerged as the most likable of the federal party leaders as Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s popularity sinks amid the election campaign, a new poll suggests. The Ipsos poll found Singh was the only party leader who was viewed more positively than negatively, with 45 per cent approval versus 39 per cent disapproval among those surveyed. - Global News

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More People Are Drinking Iced Coffee Year Round Than Ever Before

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson shared during the Starbucks 2021 Q3 earnings report that 74 percent of beverage sales in Q3 were considered part of the "cold category" which is a 10 percent increase over the past two years. Similarly, a spokesperson for Starbucks said at a recent press event the iced pumpkin drinks outsold the hot Pumpkin Spiced Latte last year.- Delish

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Paralympian is stripped of gold medal for being three minutes late

Malaysian athlete Muhammad Ziyad Zolkefli was stripped of his gold medal after he won the men's shot put F20 on Tuesday because he had arrived three minutes late to the competition. Zolkefli and two other competitors were initially allowed to participate in the event because "they may have had a logical reason for being late," said International Paralympic Committee (IPC) spokesman Craig Spence. "Therefore, we allowed them to compete and look at the facts of the matter afterward," Spence added. However, a referee later concluded that there was "no justifiable reason for the athletes' failure" to show up to the event in time, according to a statement from track and field governing body World Para Athletics. -CNN Sports

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