Tellwut CA Newsletter - 50 Exclusive Points - September 30 2022
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NDP calling for probe of grocery store profits as food prices continue to rise
The federal NDP is calling for a parliamentary probe of the rising cost of food to determine whether major grocery store chains are raking in excess profits. While Canada's inflation problem seems to be easing off, the cost of groceries has risen 10.8 per cent in the past year, according to Statistics Canada.-CBC
Canada bans street dogs from more than 100 countries starting Wednesday
In June, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) announced that commercial dogs from over 100 countries — dogs intended for resale, adoption, fostering, breeding, exhibition and research — at high risk for rabies will be banned from entering Canada starting Wednesday, Sept. 28, regardless of when import permits were issued. Canine rabies has become a growing concern in Canada since the U.S. implemented a similar ban last year, prompting some rescue groups to redirect their efforts to send more dogs to Canada, Louis Kwantes, past president of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, told The Canadian Press.While the CFIA's stance may seem severe, Kwantes said he believes it's warranted given the risks that canine rabies and other contagions that are endemic to other countries pose to Canada's human and dog populations.-CBC
28% confess to eating out of the garbage when they’re hangry!
The average American will experience symptoms of “hanger” almost every day of their lives. A recent survey of 2,000 U.S. adults shows that three-fourths (74%) admit their hunger gets the best of them five times a week, culminating in an astounding 21,000+ “hangry” outbursts over the course of their lives. -StudyFinds.org
The pandemic may have changed your personality forever, study reveals
The COVID-19 pandemic may have changed people’s personalities, according to new research. Although the global health crisis only started in 2020, a team from the Florida State University College of Medicine says the changes are equivalent to how a person’s personality changes normally over a 10-year period. The authors add that younger adults have been most affected and have become more neurotic, more prone to stress, and less cooperative. The authors conclude that if these changes last, it suggests that population-wide stressful events can slightly bend the trajectory of personality development, especially among younger adults. -StudyFinds.org
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