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Rogers has said it is partnering with SpaceX to deploy satellite sensors to detect wildfires in rural and remote areas of BC. Rogers says the new technology is expected to be introduced in the coming weeks.
The technology will be deployed "within the next few weeks," a Rogers executive said, and will be operational before the end of the year.https://t.co/gG8F8Vo1hD— Global BC (@GlobalBC) September 21, 2023
Ottawa is adjusting its diplomatic staff presence in India and New Delhi is halting visa services in Canada. The “spat” is focused on the murder of Canadian citizen and prominent Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, which has caused tension between the two countries.
India said the halt of visa services in Canada is due to "operational reasons."https://t.co/KERKqOyzkm— Globalnews.ca (@globalnews) September 21, 2023
West Willson is racking up the medals and social media attention after a “shocking” win against kids five times his age. The little guy got into racing by following the lead of his older siblings and dad. Earlier this month, the little one wanted to race but there were no other kids his age and that left him racing – and winning – against a group of pre-teens.
An amazon delivery driver was left in “serious condition” after being bitten by a rattlesnake while delivering packages. The snake was coiled by the front door of a house the driver was delivering too when it struck the woman’s leg. Fortunately, she was able to call herself an ambulance and received treatment from the snake’s highly venomous bite.
An Amazon delivery driver is hospitalized in "very serious condition" after she was bitten by a highly venomous rattlesnake while dropping off a package in Florida. https://t.co/W5giAGAH7G— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 21, 2023
Who doesn't love a good cheese pull off a tray of nachos? Well, Doritos took a Tik Tok trend to a whole new level. The company utilized a helicopter to dip a massive chip into a cheese sauce mixture. The company managed a record-breaking 49-foot long cheese pull.
Doritos set a world record when the company used a helicopter to dip a giant chip into a cheese mixture and reportedly stretched the cheese 49 feet without breaking https://t.co/6roky8sp2q pic.twitter.com/sSMxb90HZb— CNN (@CNN) September 21, 2023