The Daily Populous

Thursday January 6th, 2022 day edition

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MONTREAL - Passengers who filmed themselves partying maskless aboard a chartered Sunwing Air lines flight from Montreal to Mexico last week have become pariahs and now face being stranded after two more air lines announced Wednesday they will not fly them home to Canada.

She said she tested positive for COVID-19 Wednesday and is now in isolation in Tulum, south of Cancun.

“I was expecting a relaxing week, where I was going to be careful,” she said.

St-Pierre acknowledged that the videos give an accurate picture of what went on during the five-hour flight to Cancun.

The statement said passengers who violated Transport Department regulations could face fines of up to $5,000 per offence.

Trudeau called the passengers' conduct irresponsible and a “slap in the face” to everyone who has been following public health restrictions.

“Like all Canadians who've seen the videos, I'm extremely frustrated,” Trudeau told a news conference in Ottawa. »

70 years after extinction, cheetahs to return to Indian jungles

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"The primary aim is to establish a free-ranging population of cheetahs in and around KNP in Madhya Pradesh.

Among the prominent aims, the first is to establish breeding cheetah populations in safe habitats across their historical range and manage them as a metapopulation.

"If the introduced cheetahs do not survive or fail to reproduce in five years, the programme needs to be reviewed for alternative strategies or discontinuation," it said. »

Woman Who Earned $200,000 Selling Fart Jars Hospitalized By Her Work

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After becoming a reality TV star by appearing on 90 Day Fiancé, Matto took up a new lucrative profession: selling jars of her own farts over the Internet.

She charged a cool $1,000 per jar, before offering discounts around the holiday season (who knew so many would buy farts as gifts?

At one point, she was pumping out 97 jars over two days to cope with demand. »

Finnish Greens shift in favour of NATO

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The apparent change in tune marks a shift in the position adopted by the party in 2018, that Finland has no imminent reason to apply for NATO membership.

However, such decisions are not made overnight, current Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto of the Greens told the YLE morning show in an interview on Monday.

Moscow electrifies NATO debate Pre-Christmas statements from the Kremlin have challenged the dogmas of Finland’s foreign and security policy and have electrified the debate on possible NATO membership. »