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Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

"Cases of covert per capita than the United States. Of course, that country's population is only a fraction of ours. In fact, there are more people in California than in Canada. But it is really a dire situation for our neighbor to the North. Canada is one of the only countries in the world with significant outbreaks of three variants. At the same time, the UK, Brazilian and South African versions. The vaccine rollout just can't keep up. It's so bad that the CDC said earlier this month. Even fully vaccinated Americans should not travel to Canada. We're going to talk about all this now with Adam Miller. He's a senior health writer with the CBC and he's joining us from Toronto. Hi. Hi. Thanks for having me Well. It certainly is shocking to most of us to hear what's happening in your country. What is happening? What's driving this third wave? Yeah, that's a great question. Um You know, we've gotten off to a slow start with our vaccination roll out just because of the fact that candidate doesn't really have a domestic manufacturing capacity here. So all of our vaccines to date have come from other countries like India and the Europe and we're obviously gotten some AstraZeneca vaccines from the U. S is well recently, so We don't have that built in capacity to manufacture our own vaccines yet we're hoping to build that up now and in the coming years, But it's not something that we can really draw on right now. So we're really hoping that the U. S will. Open up. It's vaccine supply. But the priority, of course, is U. S citizens And we totally understand that. And I think the prime minister here understands that but hopefully down the road we get to a point where even you know some of the drug companies in the U. S. Will be able to give us more shipments because we're really at the kind of Whim of whatever they decide, because, like I said, we don't have any domestic manufacturing capacity is it that you don't have the capacity or they just made the decision not to

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"north canada" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"north canada" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And I just couldn't go this newscast without mentioning coming this October. And it's the season of pumpkin spice. So, of course, craft thought up, and I'm editorializing here. The monstrosity that is pumpkin, Spice, Mac and cheese. But this horror is going to be safe for our neighbors to the North Canada. Canadians have to get on a wait list for a chance to receive one of the 1000 kits that are going to be offered pumpkin Spice soup with seasoned almonds last night. Did you invent that? Or did you buy that? Somebody in our household invented that o Would you eat pumpkin? Spice? Mac and cheese would ever served to me. Okay, Try a spoonful. What about you, Sully? No, that goes right to the garbage anything, Including beer? What about the old pumpkin? Spice Beer? What about the commute this morning? Is that going in the garbage? No, it's well. Trust me. It's been in the can all morning long. No, I'm just taking it out to the curb. The good news is is that is getting better. I mean, it's been pretty rough one of our rougher commutes all the way around. By far the worst Dr we've had is getting out of the Everett area still very heavy out of the Boeing Freeway and past the Everett Mall there because of an earlier long term stall at Mill Creek. But the travel time has come back down to about 40 minutes from ever to Seattle or Bell. So that's really positive, though. We're still very slow on the North Bound I five Dr trying to get at the north end of Boeing Field into downtown, still running around 25 minutes from South Senator Seattle and 40 all the way from federal way. Looks like Renton hasn't gotten the memo yet. It's supposed to be clearing out because it hasn't Still a 35 minute drive from renting up into Bellevue. The rest the map. Those calm down. Pierce County is actually quite good. Only 30 minutes from Olympia to Tacoma Traffic brought to you by Amtrak, which has rolled out new safety measures, including enhanced cleaning, efficient air filtration. Physical distancing learned more. Amtrak dot com. Thank you Sully looking at the radar, the showers or more scattered right now. In fact, I'm seeing some blue sky where I have in self Snohomish County. But Seattle has some rain every right.

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"north canada" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"north canada" Discussed on WTVN

"Vaccine should be available. But these are all projections. No, we we can't know for sure. And the heroes in the front lines of the volunteers in the drug trial 62 year old Jorge Vega of Los Angeles among the tens of thousands of people rolling up their sleeves in the fight against the deadly virus. I have fierce like everybody else, but I'm here. As the West surpasses 190,000 covert 19 deaths and the daily death toll over 1000 different story with our neighbor to the North Canada today reporting zero covert 19 deaths in the last 24 hours. The first time since March. 15th an eerie orange glow continues to blanket parts of the West Coast is major fires Group states like Oregon and California. ABC is Matt Gutman in the Fire zone in Portland. Half a million people 10% of Organs population are in evacuation zones. At least two fires have converged, creeping closer to Portland. Was mayor has declared an emergency from space nearly half the state buried under smoke. Tropical depression 19 hitting South Florida. Good strengthen to become Tropical Storm Sally Later today after decades of conflict, representatives from Afghanistan and the Taliban and Djohar cutter are in peace treaty negotiations. US special Representative for Afghanistan reconciliations L'm a callous it says one primary goal for Afghanistan a two part ceasefire by the Taliban discussion off Humanitarian ceasefire. And then there is a discussion which is a part ofthe A U. S Taliban agreement that there would be ultimately and agreement are not only on a road map of political road map, but also on a comprehensive and permanent cease fire. You're listening to ABC News. There will be no traditional spring break this school year at the Ohio State University in order to keep students from traveling and increasing the chances they contract and wrote.

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Canada reports 0 COVID-19 deaths for the first time since March

Winning Retirement Radio with Greg Taylor

00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Canada reports 0 COVID-19 deaths for the first time since March

"As the West surpasses 190,000 covert 19 deaths and the daily death toll over 1000 different story with our neighbor to the North Canada today reporting zero covert 19 deaths in the last 24 hours. The first time since March.

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"north canada" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"north canada" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"From ABC News. I'm Dave Packard infectious disease experts working around the clock to find a vaccine to stop the spread of covert 19. Dr Arya May Agua Gu, principal investigator of the Pfizer face re vaccine trial at Yale with an approximate time line roughly about the first quarter of 2021. We hope that the vaccine should be available. But these are all projections. No, we we can't know for sure. And the heroes in the front lines of the volunteers in the drug trial 62 year old Jorge Vega of Los Angeles among the tens of thousands of people rolling up their sleeves in the fight against the deadly virus. I have fierce like everybody else, but I'm here to help As the U. S surpasses 190,000 covert 19 deaths and the daily Death toll over 1000 different story with our neighbor to the North Canada today reporting zero covert 19 deaths in the last 24 hours. The first time since March. 15th and eerie orange glow continues to blanket parts of the West Coast is major fires Group states like Oregon and California. ABC is Matt Gutman in the fire zone in Portland. Half a million people 10% of Organs population are in evacuation zones. At least two fires have converged, creeping closer to Portland. Who's mayor has declared an emergency from space nearly half the state buried under smoke. Tropical depression 19 hitting South Florida could strengthen to become Tropical Storm Sally Later today. After decades of conflict. Representatives from Afghanistan and the Taliban and Djohar cutter are in peace treaty negotiations..

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"north canada" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Welcome to the lead I'm jake tapper and we begin with our health lead, and the latest on the failed response by the trump administration and many governors to protect the American people from the corona virus today, a grim new forecast from the nation's top doctors Dr Anthony Fauci warning. The United States could hit one hundred thousand new corona virus cases every day, if things do not turn around, noting that the US is already at forty thousand new cases a day in addition, the CDC director is urging Americans to take personal responsibility and wear masks in public. The civically I'm addressing the younger members of our society. The millennials generation sees I asked those that are listening to spread the word. Thirty six states, thirty six are now trending upward when it comes to new cases, only two states are seeing a decline yesterday. Fifteen states saw their highest seven day average for new daily cases yet only three of those fifteen have statewide facemask requirements. The European. Union reopened its borders tomorrow, and the EU has announced the country's allowed to travel there, including our neighbors to the North Canada Australia New Zealand even China wants China. China reciprocates with the EU among those countries banned from entering as of now Brazil. Russia and the United States states within the US are also now currently imposing regulations on Americans from other states where the virus is still spreading like wildfire New York new. Jersey and Connecticut are all expanding their travel advisories adding eight more states that will have to quarantine for fourteen days if travelers from there enter that tri state area region. Region. CNN's Alexandra field joins us now live from New York, Alexandra, which states are being singled out, and why Hey Jacob feels less like being singled out, because the list of states is growing doubling since just last week it includes the hardest hit states, and there are a lot of them. The latest editions include California Georgia Iowa. Idaho Louisiana Mississippi Nevada and Tennessee so you've got sixteen states across the country where people if? If. They choose to travel to New York new. Jersey or Connecticut will have to go ahead and quarantine for fourteen days. The governor of New York has reminded people their repentance penalties for breaking that quarantine. You could be fined, and if you're found out, you could also be forced into a mandatory quarantine, so the governor's in this area really trying to hold onto the gains that they fought so hard to make jake. And Alexander at Massachusetts. Also just announced that anyone coming to their Commonwealth with the exception of others. New England. We'll have to quarantine for fourteen days. And not just Massachusetts. You've other states following suit as well earlier this week you had Rhode Island announce even stricter terms for going to Rhode. Island they will only allow people to travel in that are coming from states with less than a five percent positivity rate compared to the ten percent threshold that was set by the governors of New, York new, Jersey and Connecticut the only other way to. To get into Rhode. Island is presenting a negative test for covert, so if you come from a state, that's got a lot of it. You've got to do the quarantine, or you've gotTA show that negative test again. Jake were looking at a country..

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"north canada" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on KGO 810

"To the north Canada the news of the moment with Canada showing thirty four hundred positive cases of the virus thirty five deaths the news is that the prime minister Justin Trudeau is in talks this is national post language talks with the United States to avert what is suggested is a possibility of US troops along the border between Canada and the United States because of the concern of the government the Washington government that people are using this opportunity to go back and forth illegally Trudeau's against it right now it's in debate come not a very good evening to you this is the longest on militarized border on the planet I've always been proud of it because I have canoed along that border in northern Maine alongs as southern Canada and enjoyed the freedom of going back and forth easily just waving hi to people does this concern you that the U. S. would put troops there good evening to you know get a review journal so it does concern me I think because it is a bad idea I don't know it I know obviously the United States government my homeland security department support with no great deal more than I do about what the traffic one way and the other across the border is these days but I I have we certainly up here haven't heard anything about any abnormal activities along that border and I think with the Canadian for talking about prevention of the corona virus the problem movie in Canada we have a smaller incidents of it than in the United States and we've taken effectively the same measures to keep the you know arriving passengers from other continents away other than returning citizens and so I don't see where the risk is I mean I understand if they're going to be redoubling efforts on the southern border because there's obviously old considerable problem of illegal entry down there anyway but the but at this border is never been a problem either way at the last time the United States had agreements with us in Canada about the border was when was when we accepted forty thousand fugitive slaves in the twenty years prior to the civil war and I knew I in my opinion calendar was right to accept I was less enthused about the Vietnam draft evaders but they were they were smaller number and they were only temporary visitors by the in the in the reason it's and militarized border is because there is no military threat going in either direction I think it's something all of us should be proud of in both countries as the prime minister Justin Trudeau after his troubled reelection house he's seen by the Canadian public dealing with this virus it was not terribly well I I think most Canadians would agree with him on on this point about the border but he appear issue in in service we have a low rates of the reporting results are are are good I mean the you can't fault him there but it came to light in the last twenty four hours they soon sixteen tons of medical supplies to China last month will work for we doing that for when we might be needing them ourselves and and you're right it did but we have a relatively small incidents of it as you as you as you know only I think Sri and a half thousand cases in the country nearly forty million people so it's it's some small incidents and of the tally rate is only one percent now every one of them is it is a sad story but in comparative terms it's a good record but a I I you know I think he's seen as he gets some simply says wife actually came down with a medium selfless quarantine did commit the speech on the steps of his house from time to time but but I I got I I seems to me that they're they're sort of in another world they're there and it's not a crisis atmosphere in what they're doing the way it is in many other countries although there is a book condominiums big shot down here as much as in the United States and for a one percent fidelity rate I think it's excessive I think we should be more relaxed you are our major trading partner our economy is yours and yours economies academy is ours so we go now to one of the more fantastic developments in the politics of the virus I'm reading this from The Washington Post Conrad right now I'm looking at it trump's positive corona virus virus polls it's happened that the president is getting good polling across the United States of America I don't think we needed an asteroid hit the earth after all we need the president to appear on the bully pulpit and deploy his authority and America's responding to it R. I'm surprised are you kinda I I I have to say not really I I I was concerned as I think you were John that he was being a little cavalier about it at the start but once I saw him striding to the podium surrounded by these scientists are always some sense about him ward in science and bring a pillow a spa and had to stop and that scientist Dr Fauci the others based we agree with them and and you you told me in the press and sectarian clearly dealing like a capable executive cutting red tape and they're sending four thousand ventilators New York concert so for a second thank and the numbers clarifying going from in a matter of three weeks going from where you could only cast by appointment at a hospital and the results had to be sent to Atlanta Georgia for analysis to next week they'll be distributed over testing a hundred and fifty thousand people a day with the results in forty minutes in minutes just sound executive command decisions and that's what you pay press button for Mister Truman was right when he said the park stops with the president and and if he if he meets the challenge whatever it is and Mister Truman he was a great president and he needs a challenge he is rewarded in public esteem and at the end of the process that he he he he's he's finished and I think it's felt that I don't want to be on camera for example Jimmy Carter did not handle it well with the hostages in Iran and he was not reelected where for example Mr Nixon handled the the the silent majority speech in the Vietnamization of the war well and he was overwhelmingly reelected we're looking now at a formula of the U. S. economy staggered by the command layoffs the command shut downs the commerce stopping here in New York you know Conrad because you visited often so is your wife recently the commerce is a terrorism that commerce is M. two canyons of Manhattan it's quite like a science fiction movie and argue for all the people deserve here new underground of the youth now it is been said to me that the economy re elects the president but I'm beginning to think now there's a new formula which is the month of April and may and June will reelect the president is that a fair formula how we recover from this is the road ahead well they may be the same thing though I I mean I I think that if if if you had a plan recovery from the illness but between June and November the deck chantry got pretty grumpy about the economic state it was in in the event that it would be an uncertain results coming up to the election but I I've made my impression is that the the president is now strategizing very carefully and and preparing the people for a beat you know he's he's he's he's got this advantage of an hour or as long as he wants and prime time television with everyone watching him in this crisis atmosphere every day I am in the billions of dollars of free publicity and and and and he he the strategy is to bring the country back in in the Blakely affected areas as quickly as we can starting one hopes with April the twelfth Easter day and and and and then using the six million dollar facility ramp the economy right back up almost vertically and and and hold it there and I have to say it looks to me like a strategy that's going to work but did you know you don't don't tell USAA I think it looks good he needs an opponent and right now Nancy Pelosi looks to be the apartment we wish her well for her eightieth birthday I hope to get there I'm sure Conrad hopes to get there AT is quite an achievement but we're waiting I think she's issue and not just to be you know it absurdly chivalrous aye aye you she's a clean and in very good condition that's not such an old age anymore but you know she refuses she works she works well and I wish her well and I hope we get there in the same shape but we're waiting for her decision about the bill that is headed to the president's desk and this is the contest now Nancy Pelosi first trump and I want to mention one other person versus trump that's Joe Biden now we just have a minute Conrad but we you and I have talked about Joe Biden's struggles to campaign before the virus now he's struggling equally because he's limited to what he can do we can't be with crowds he goes on television does that look like a vigorous campaign or to you has something happened that has made him cautious or reluctant or in some fashion changed his strategy to be at home and not worry about the facts of the matter I I I think I think he's doing his best to try and stay relevant to the country and it's terribly hard because there's only one president and this president is fulfilling every you know he certainly fills with job whether people like it or not and and but it but the other part that in the end and you touched on this what condition is the and I mean I I went even handle handling soft questions from friendly interviewers because Justin W. two laps in mid sentence and not complete the sentence and and at times not even be sensible or comprehensible it has to make everyone worry if this guy's up to that job I mean I I I you know I'm no great fan of Joe Biden but I wish him well personally but I I just wonder if he's physically and mentally well enough to do that job it's a terribly demanding job in a time of crisis and recovery.

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"north canada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Himself to testify about my do it might not my doing that might all right I'll get I'll give you that we'll see if that happens here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air begin to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures migrate down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout and breaking news sell your home faster in for more money than with any other agent in San Diego the statistics don't lie choose the best choose John Reeves everybody it's Kyle Craster how does John do it we already has the buyers within five thousand buyers ready to buy right now so your home is as good as sold over ninety homes sold in the last ninety days call John Reeves today eight five eight eight hundred home that's eight five eight eight hundred home and tell him Kyle Kreskin told you to call John Reeves at eight five eight eight hundred home if you're considering a remodel don't miss Mara cal designing remodeling's free kitchens baths and more seven our Saturday morning August third mark tells design consultants and get all your questions answered this is a great starting point to talk to the people that are gonna be designing and working with you RSVP for the free kitchens baths to more seven our Saturday August third with complementary lunch to follow Colmar calyx six one nine four four one ninety three hundred four four one ninety three hundred or visit trust your home to us dot com comic con does stuff for their response I'm Cindy perky that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty setting a goal mayor Kevin Faulconer is denying an accusation by actor Orlando bloom that he ducked out of a comic con exit after learning it featured immigrant characters a spokesman for the mayor says he left the exhibit because there was.

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"north canada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Himself to testify but that might do it but my my doing that might all right I'll get I'll give you that we'll see if that happens here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air begin to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures migrate down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout this is our before the first pitch he's at the top of his bank with the Wells Fargo mobile app he's using cell to settle up with his friends for that hot dog injury and checking his account balances.

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"north canada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"They're not that you're not communicating with them and not that there may not be possible plans out there but right now for the last couple of days are surrounding this the British have to lead here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air begin to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures migrate down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout we've always had villains to face bad guys today would you you are the most horrible of all just because you're tough it doesn't mean we can't be too we're here because we've had enough of you we all have the power to do something to change some to stand up to cancer every single one of these mortal even even me one person is not but when he joined you don't stand a chance forty side we are all heroes we are resilient we are powerful and we will win Marvel studios Avengers and game master card and stand up to cancer are joining together today to help take down one of the greatest villains of all concert join us night stand up to cancer dot org slash master does your water stain and damage your fixtures does it smell or taste bad are you worried about what's in your water water quality should not be painful and worrisome get hydro care water systems from wave home solutions with the most advanced purification technologies call wave home solutions today at one eight eight eight nine seven three way for go to waive clean water dot com hydro care will eliminate lime scale that causes hundreds of dollars in damage to pipes in appliances without using sold well water will no longer smell or stain your fixtures city water will be purified of harmful chlorine lead arsenic in chemicals way of home solutions provides the cleanest healthiest water at every faucet satisfaction guaranteed for more information call one eight eight eight nine seven three wave one eight eight eight nine seven three W. A. V. E. or go to.

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"north canada" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"They're not that you're not communicating with them and not that there may not be possible plans out there but right now for the last couple of days are surrounding this the British have to lead here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air began to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures my great down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout Washington's mall one of five point nine Washington comes to talk this is what's going on in the mall five ten ninety am I cannot be the only person thinking this right now everything you need to start your day the latest forecast back ups in the least of the stories behind the headlines mornings on the mall with me every week days five ten nine AM this is only on one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall W. M. A. L. well one eight seven seven cars is K. A. R. rents cars is one eight seven seven cars is donate your car to day.

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"north canada" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"They're not that you're not communicating with them and not that there may not be possible plans out there but right now for the last couple of days or surrounding this British have to lead here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air begin to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures my great down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout love is love love is global and global fertility in genetics they offer the best fertility solutions just for you preserve your fertility by freezing your global fertility in genetics will be hosting an egg freezing one one seminar with free testing Thursday August fifteenth at six PM for more info freezing sign UP dot eventbrite dot com two one two three eight one nine five five eight to schedule your free phone consultation and don't forget egg freezing one a one Thursday August fifteenth at six PM decide for tomorrow today using the van Heusen never talk collection then Houston's newest lifestyle collection features shorter length always hit at just the right spot when worn on talked for more casual.

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"north canada" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on WJR 760

"They're not that you're not communicating with them and not that there may not be possible plans out there but right now for the last couple of days are surrounding this the British have to lead here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air began to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures my great down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout dry conditions war we can sleep with the windows up homes and feel wonderful give our air conditioner is a break temperatures in the fifties and low sixties overnight under partly to mostly cloudy skies as we go into your Monday warm wonderful partly sunny highs around eighty degrees low humidity but still warm enough for we can head to the poll said they are Tuesday Wednesday with highs between eighty and eighty five I'm meteorologist into hump the satellite lounge for an evening the moon lets you tickling the ivories he just by bundling home and auto with progressive.

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"north canada" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Said they're not that sure not communicating with them and not that there may not be possible plans out there but right now for the last couple of days are surrounding this British have to lead here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada will see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air begin to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures migrate down towards I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout this is the Palm Beach is news traffic weather station W. S. T. L. stay connected Connell love the city of west Palm Beach while Clementi's street is being re done they've actually come up with a way to make construction funds direction everyone's talking about the iconic activities on the iconic waterfront especially cold the island enjoy the free fun this Thursday at five minutes by night which to live bands on the discover the palm beaches stage from six until nine PM it's summer in paradise free family.

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"north canada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Said they're not that you're not communicating with them and not that there may not be possible plans out there but right now for the last couple of days are surrounding this the British have to lead here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air begin to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures my great down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout on the day you begin your first job you paid into the social security disability insurance fund a portion of your paycheck was set aside to cover you in case you were unable to continue working hi I'm Cory to Lois I'm an attorney that specializes in social security disability have you applied for and been denied social security disability benefits are you under the age of sixty five and unable to work due to one or more health problems will let me do the work for you I use passion persuasion and the law to get you approved for the disability benefits to which you are entitled to there is no up front fee for my services in.

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"north canada" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Said they're not that you're not communicating with them and not that there may not be possible plans out there but right now for the last couple of days or surrounding this the British have to lead here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air began to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures my great down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout have you stop smiling because your self conscious of your teeth are you in pain right now or overdue for a check up for some work regain your confidence and smile with Scott County dentistry the home.

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"north canada" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"That the GOP is now talking about and here's a headline women who believe that man can't become women are like white supremacist that more on the way for travel centers of America here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air begin to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures my great down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout traffic and weather together on the fights mornings in severe weather when it happens news talk eight fifty double the FTL connected Connell love the city of west Palm Beach while Clementi's street is being re done they've actually come up with a way to make construction funds direction everyone's talking about the iconic activities on the iconic waterfront especially cold the island enjoy the free fun this Thursday at five minutes by night which to live bands on the discover the palm beaches stage from six to nine PM it's summer in paradise free family.

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"north canada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"That the GOP is now talking about and here's a headline women who believe that man can't become women are like white supremacist that more on the way for travel centers of America here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air began to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures my great down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout your burgers on the coffee table you want a burger put it on the bar stakes to be jobs for the new fresh juicy beef.

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"north canada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"north canada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The GOP is now talking about and here's a headline women who believe that men can't become women are like white supremacist that more on the way for travel centers of America here's your forecast this hot air mass starting to subside for millions of folks as we get that cooler air out of typically where we do the north Canada we'll see a place like Indianapolis Indiana today to start your work week at eighty two degrees yesterday it was ninety two in Indy so we'll see that cooler air continue to subside southward now the five to seven day rain totals put the south the Tennessee valley and the mid Atlantic into about the three inches of rainfall range and that is primarily due to this clash of air masses the cooler air out of the north and the warmer air from the south colliding again we've seen this cooler air begin to dip first along I eighty then I seventy by tomorrow we'll see the cooler temperatures my great down toward I forty east and west it will remain mainly dry in the west and there's a look at your national forecast from red eye radio I'm meteorologist John trout seven six hundred fans breaking the actors Monday on news eight this morning at six get up with a Disney is in the hot seat could they be sharing your personal information we connect the dots who is the stricter parents mom or dad if we want to hear from you also new places to dine to shop actually check out the hottest new spot one for sale in our daily dose Monday morning at six on CBS then on the CW from seven to nine plus download our new app and get your personalized weather alerts me from Newsday here in New must have that everything's founded the peers so the moment it happened local weather alert one two nine miles per hour in the radio news stories to one cover video to discover personalized for you first of all we've been dealing with the multi car now in the app store BB guns shooting Sun City Berkey that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty two people were shot with a BB gun shortly after midnight today in the East Village downtown and eleven BB gun shootings were reported in Coronado the damaged windows and a home into businesses along with.

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A sugar tax on drinks in Canada? Would it even work?

The Big Story

14:44 min | 3 years ago

A sugar tax on drinks in Canada? Would it even work?

"It's sold to us, and it's been sold to us a few times by now as a health issue, but it always goes beyond that, especially in the minds of the people who'd be paying it. The World Health Organization is urging global action to reduce the amount of sugary drinks being consumed around the world. This suggestion is the by implementing a twenty percent increase on the retail price of sugary beverages. It would result in a substantial decrease in the amount of sugar filled drinks people consume. There is currently a movement to foot among some liberal MP's to add a sugary soda tax to the party's platform for this fall's election. And we have some questions chief among them is this, even if we ignore all the arguments that come up as soon as sugar taxes, raised about personal responsibility about freedom of choice about small business owners in about who this would actually hurt would it even work. What would this tax be designed to achieve? And is there any research out there supporting this approach Canada after all is not the first country to consider, and even implement? Attacks on sugary sodas. So let's go into this with clear expectations and a barometer for success before we asked Canadians to pay more for a coke. Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story, Natalie read acre is a researcher at the university of Manitoba, who has been studying a sugary soda tax. I would it work would Canadian support it. What are the costs and benefits? Hi, natalie. Thanks for having how often do does this kind of thing, come up. I mean it seems it seems like it's something we hear about somewhere else in the world fairly frequently. I'll it's coming up more and more. Frequently a number of countries have implemented a sugar sweetened beverage tax over the last, I would say five years, especially and then in two thousand sixteen the World Health Organization, formerly endore endorsed sugar sweetened beverage tax, and so that kind of put it back into the forefront of public health officials and that resulted in more countries implementing such attacks. So what does excessive sugar intake look? Like in Canada. What are we struggling with well sugar intake in Canada is a bit of a moving target. Because it's always changing and changing over time as, as all food, patterns, do sugar intake in Canada has increased probably from about the nineteen eighties up until the early two thousands with sugar sweetened beverages, contributing the most to free sugar intake in Canada. However, since about two thousand four intake of sugar, sweetened beverages, like pop or Kool aid, or Tang, those types of drinks, have decreased over the last ten years, but the most commonly consumed sugar sweetened beverage in Canada is actually sugar, sweetened coffee, real nets in crew that's increased since two thousand and four. So that also includes drinks like Frappuccino or rapid. Closed. Those types of drinks, so, like anything, not just food. I mean, there's fads, right? And in the past, and I mean, people still drink pop up that tended to be one of the biggest contributors to sugar intake in Canada. So what would a sugar tax actually do in Canada? What would it look like? And I guess just based on the research you're doing what, what would that look like? Well, we don't really know what it would look like. And that's part of what my research is about because there are a lot of questions that are unanswered and kind of complexities around that. So one is I already talked about the different types of drinks. So some of my research is looking at what have other countries done in terms of which drinks are included in sugar sweetened beverage taxation, because there are so many drinks. Pacino's. I can't I can't. Well, that's an that's an important question. And the countries that have implemented that, you know, there's quite a bit of variation in whether or not Frappuccino are included. And what type of Frappuccino is because there are Frappuccino that are bottled and sold in grocery stores. There are also Frappuccino that are made on site where the sugar is added at the point of purchase, and then it becomes administratively difficult to decide, you know, what, what gets taxed in whether or not we added after, and how does that contribute, or like, look, according to what we're drinking overtime because anytime we're talking about public health policy were interested in population level effect. So who is it affecting? And if we don't include Frappuccino, or some Frappuccino is, you know, is that the majority of the drinks people are drinking now. So that's one aspect of what would it look like in Canada? What kinds of drinks, and if we don't. Don't include certain drinks. What does that mean for for different groups? I'm in, in the other question that I have is related more. So to the taxation aspect of it in terms of, you know, different jurisdictions have different laws like, whether this is a provincial tax federal tax, what could, or would that look like for first nations reserves, which are different jurisdictions, and how would that influence the purchasing environment related to sugary drinks? So that's another important question. And then the other question is about tax revenue, would that look like do we idea from places that have already implemented attacks like this? What kind of deterrent at has on the actual purchase and consumption of these drinks? Yes, there's been quite a bit of research. I would say while a growing amount and generally. So, for example, Mexico. They've seen an overall decrease in sugar sweetened Bev. Bridge purchases. But there's also been an increase in purchasing other nontaxed beverages. So it, it becomes really hard to assess what's really happening in what you're measuring is that what we should be measuring on. So one of the other places at a introduced the tax is Philadelphia, but one of the issues with implementing it in a municipality or a smaller geographic area is the Leif seen sales of sugary drinks decrease in Philadelphia. They've increased right outside the city. So what is the net game or net benefit? I don't we don't really know because it's so complicated. And then what is the other question is the revenue, you know, what else is happening to change intake like so, for example, in Mexico as a country that country had one of the highest intakes of sugary drinks? So there was probably only one way for it to go, which is down and in Canada. Our intake also. On down, but we didn't have tax. Is that just a result of kind of more awareness, more health marketing, I think so I mean in the research I've done so far, most people have heard that sugar is not great for their health. It's not a surprise to most people. They're they're quite aware. So I think that, that has contributed quite a bit probably to the decrease in consumption among certain groups, particularly the more higher educated, people have reduced their consumption in the response, either from people who kind of participate, or just from people, you end up discussing this with our people, generally for or against sugar tax because I'm fascinated by the reaction. Oh, I think I've heard everything what I say. Most people are supportive or unsupportive, I'd say it's pretty divided for a lot of different reasons. And generally, I'm pretty if people are just talking to me. I'm pretty neutral built my own feelings. So I think people are being honest. But yeah, there's, there's a mix there support, there's anger and everything in between. How similar would this be to the taxing? We do of tobacco. And do we have research that, that puts sugar kind of, in those categories or even a system like that already in place that we could use? That's a great question. A lot of people who support the sugar sweetened beverage tax have compared it to tobacco because there's a lot of the same kind of dynamics with industry and then you know, the tactics right, the tactic is the same taxing. I think there are a lot of lessons, we have learned from tobacco, which we should think about. And I mean, there are a lot of other policies that have targeted tobacco that are not taxation that contributed to changes in smoking rates. But then also how he'd be tobacco? So, yeah. Yeah. I think there's a lot to learn not just the success. So in, in the success is usually attributed to the decrease in smoking, we've seen over the last number of decades. But we also still see quite a number of people who smoke and yeah, so I, yeah, I think there's a lot to learn. Sort of the huge spectrum of responses both in support or against something like this, and given given our current political climate in which every party tends to be either for something or totally against it. Do you think there's any traction here, politically for this kind of tax? I think right now there's probably not a lot of traction discussion kind of heated up about this sugar sweetened beverage tax when the liberals, I came into government, and they were developing their healthy eating strategy, and it was considered, and then the government ended up deciding to go with different policies. So, for example, we got the new candidates food guide. They opt investments to nutrition, north Canada. And then there's also going to be a, a food marketing ban targeting children. So there won't be any marketing of unhealthy foods towards children, and that's going to be coming out in the next two years, or so, I think a lot of the discussion in the future will depend on how the next. Election goes because. Yeah, I think depending on which party gets in power that could shape whether or not this gets on the, the and then the other thing is probably the carbon tax, you know, just put in this carbon tax. So does another part does the party wanna put in another one. Here's a question without getting into because I know the freedom of choice libertarian angle of this is really an issue because people want to be able to choose what they buy and consume putting that aside would implementing attacks like this hurt. Anyone would there be anybody who would lobby against it from a business or health point of view? Well, there's already been lobbyists lobbying against it. Obviously, the big ones the beverage association and also small businesses, and I'm particularly interested in how this might affect low income groups people who are food, insecure or who struggle to afford food. Food tend to be higher consumers of sugary drinks. So I think when we're considering raising the price of a drink disproportionately consumed by people who can't afford food. That's an important ethical question. This is what we started to see now with tobacco, as you know, you're hurting, our punishing people for you know engaging in these behaviors. But there's not a lot of support for alternatives or, or in the case of smoking, smoking cessation programs or you know, in case of food, we haven't really done much to reduce food insecurity. You feel like we'll have a handle on the costs and benefits of this over the next couple of years, because, like I mentioned at the beginning, you know, this is an issue that sort of seems to pop up every year or two, and it would it would be lovely if we could figure out whether or not, this is a way forward for us, or we just have to stop proposing me, personally. Well, I think we need to kind of go back to what is the. The problem. And because this is a public health policy in my expertise, public health. I'm not convinced yet of what, what the problem is like to me, an and I'm interested in health equity. I don't see this policy necessarily promoting health equity or fairness. I mean we see the highest rates of type two diabetes, cardiovascular disease among low socio economic groups, lower income, lower education. And what we've seen with tobacco is the those are the same groups that continue to have the highest prevalence of smoking. So I, I don't see how that has could reduce inequalities I. Yeah. I think we need to get a handle on yet. What is the problem? I mean, are we going to reduce obesity nowhere? That's implemented this policy have we seen a reduction in obesity, which was theoretically, the main aim of this policy. Now. Yes. That now that would be the goal. We've Vilnai's food for a long time. That's been our ammo in nutrition, you know, meat eggs, don't eat saturated fat or any fat. And now we've just kind of villain is the next food hasn't made us healthier. I mean, people usually take up that knowledge in change what they eat. I don't see it necessarily changing a whole lot on the health front of populations. And I think I'm very interested in socially, how the tax might impact people because it's positioned as an obesity, reduction strategy in, we have a lot of weight stigma in Canada. And in high income countries where we shame and blame people for their weight. And this kind of just continues that same narrative. And I don't know that at the population level. That's all that help. Awful because there's been more and more research showing people can't lose weight. It's just almost impossible. So these are some tough questions, we need to wrestle with. We need to keep making people feel bad for the food that they eat.

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