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NY flu update: 2 more kids die, flu goes viral in CNY, hospitalizations decrease

James T. Mulder - Syracuse.com

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Here are highlights from the state Health Department's latest report on New York's record flu epidemic. It is based on information collected for the week ended Feb. 10.

Two more kids die: Two more downstate children died of flu complications. That raises the state's pediatric flu death toll this season to five. All of the deaths have occurred downstate. By law all pediatric flu deaths must be reported to the state. There were eight pediatric flu deaths in New York during the 2016-2017 flu season. The state does not report adult flu deaths.

Appointment of Franklin County conflict defender creates opening in public defender’s office

- Malone Telegram

SARANAC LAKE — The Franklin County Legislature voted on Thursday to appoint Claire Knittle as the county’s new conflict defender.

Knittle, an assistant public defender, will serve the remainder of the term for outgoing Conflict Defender Cynthia Salmon-Conzola, which runs until Dec. 31, 2020. Salmon-Conzola previously told the county board that she would be retiring as of today.

When reached for comment, Public Defender Tom Soucia expressed his congratulations to Knittle.

Hillary to be tried on contempt charge

- Daily Courier

CANTON — St. Lawrence County District Attorney Gary M. Pasqua said he will be taking Oral “Nick” Hillary, the man acquitted of the murder of 12-year-old Garrett J. Phillips, to trial on a remaining criminal contempt charge.

On Thursday, Mr. Pasqua met with Garrett’s mother Tandy L. Cyrus, the alleged victim in the case. He said after meeting with law enforcement and having them further investigate the claims against Mr. Hillary, he would move forward with a trial.

500-year-old skeletons sought by 3 Native American tribes

, The Associated Press

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Somewhere in Boise, two 500-year-old skeletons discovered in Idaho's high desert plains are stored in a secure place as three Native American tribes try to claim the remains and anthropologists lament a lost research opportunity.

U.S. officials won't say where the bones of the young adult and a child are being kept as the U.S. Bureau of Land Management assesses the claims by the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes in eastern Idaho, Shoshone-Paiute Tribes in southern Idaho and northern Nevada and the Nez Perce Tribe in northern Idaho.

'Canada does not treat us right': Trump threatens new tax

The Canadian Press

U.S. President Donald Trump is complaining about Canadian trade practices while threatening some as-yet-undefined international tax that has revived fears he might be contemplating new American import penalties.

He made the remarks at the White House on Monday while unveiling a long-awaited infrastructure plan. During a lengthy session with reporters, he complained about countries considered allies of the U.S.

"Canada does not treat us right in terms of the farming and the crossing the borders," Trump said.

Opinion Cases like Colten Boushie's are handled unjustly, and there's nothing wrong with saying that: Neil Macdonald

Neil Macdonald, CBC News

For what it's worth, federal Conservative politicians are expressing great concern that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his justice minister may have somehow harmed the judicial process by implicitly criticizing the acquittal of an Indigenous man's killer by a Saskatchewan jury last week.

Well, setting aside for a moment that the Conservatives are the official Opposition, and reflexively oppose everything Trudeau does or says, and further setting aside the fact that Trudeau's remarks were his usual dollop of largely meaningless pablum, what exactly would be the problem if he'd had the bottle to actually speak plainly and critically about what happened in that courtroom?

Franklin County flu cases up from last year; Cuomo authorizes emergency funds for statewide flu shots

- Malone Telegram

MALONE — Franklin County has registered 91 laboratory-confirmed cases of influenza so far in the 2017-18 flu season.

This represents a noticeable increase from last year; during the same time period for the 2016-17 flu season, there were 78 lab-confirmed cases.

County Public Health Director Kathleen Strack recommended that county residents continue to get vaccinations, noting that influenza activity is up across the state.

“Data suggests that the influenza vaccine continues to offer protections and can reduce the severity of illness for those who get the flu,” wrote Strack in an email to The Telegram on Friday.

LCBO chooses Shopify to run online cannabis sales in Ontario

THE CANADIAN PRESS-EXAMINER STAFF

The Ontario government has inked a deal to use Shopify Inc.’s e-commerce platform for cannabis sales online and in stores as part of its plan to be the province’s sole distributor of legal recreational marijuana.

The Ontario Cannabis Retail Corporation (OCRC), a subsidiary of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, will use the Ottawa-based company’s online store software for its online and mobile sales portal.

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