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Donald Trump Is Returning To Social Media With His Own Platform

He hasn't been on any major social media platform since the Capitol riots.
Donald Trump Is Returning To Social Media With His Own Platform

Donald Trump is hopping back on social media the only way he can right now — by creating his own platform.

The former president was suspended from just about every major social media platform, including Twitter, following the riots on Capitol Hill on January 6.

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Not many details about the new website have been released but Trump's senior adviser Jason Miller told Fox News it will "completely redefine the game" and will be going live in "2 to 3 months."

While Trump's Twitter account remains permanently banned, Facebook's oversight board is currently deciding whether to lift his suspension and grant him access according to Yahoo News.

The former president has been fairly quiet since losing his social media accounts and leaving the White House, but he has performed live news interviews and spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February.

Canada's COVID-19 Benefits Are Still Available & Some Can Be Claimed For Up To 38 Weeks

Recovery benefits and EI regular benefits were recently extended.👇💰

As the third wave of the pandemic continues, Canada’s COVID-19 benefits are still available to those who need them. 

In a tweet on Monday, April 19, Employment and Social Development Canada reminded everybody that some benefits have recently been extended so that Canadians can get paid for even longer.

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The CRA Is Reminding 'Influencers' To Pay Tax If They Made Money Via Social Media

This includes TikTok, YouTube, Instagram, Twitch and more! 💰

If you’re making money online, you’ll need to pay tax on it! That’s the message coming from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), as it reminds Canadian social media influencers that the tax deadline is fast approaching.

In a new notice, the agency explained, “When posting is a source of income, [the CRA] considers it a business activity.”

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Health Canada Shares 4 Things We're Still Learning When It Comes To COVID-19 Vaccines

Here's what the Chief Medical Officers of Health have to say.

According to a news release from Health Canada, COVID-19 vaccines in Canada are about to be scaled up so more people around the country can receive them faster. 

In the news release, Canada's Chief Medical Officers of Health recommended that as many people as possible get their first dose of a vaccine while extending the timing of the second dose. 

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Donald Trump Is Officially Back On The Internet With A New Website

He's been suspended from many major social media platforms since the Capitol riot.

After months of internet silence, former president Donald Trump is officially back on the web.

Trump was suspended and even permanently banned from some of the most popular social media platforms following the U.S. Capitol riot on January 6, but he now has a connection to the internet with his new website,

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