“Try getting in the van,” Crowe calls to me. I follow his suggestion, and, almost immediately, Walnut starts responding to Crowe’s overtures. She returns his bows and then turns away from him and holds her wings loosely away from her body. During a global pandemic that has killed and sickened millions, one more task could’ve been added to the PMO job description: obtaining vaccines to save the lives of Canadians. A Campaign Research poll released last week found that 52 per cent of Canadians blame Trudeau’s government for Canada’s appalling vaccine rollout. Only 15 per cent blamed the provinces..

We hosted the two hour party at the Rare View Rooftop that overlooked the city. Although a bit muggy, the sun was shining, making the ultimate view. There were lots of other people there, and the crowd was fun and cool. My mother was fiercely protective of her personal information. She wouldn’t prepare a will, which specifies your wishes for your assets, or a living will or other directives that stipulate what kind of medical care you want or don’t want if you’re unable to speak for yourself. Specifically, a living will states whether you want life prolonging procedures..

This article demonstrates the continued prevalence of traditional, heteronormative practices regarding marriage and naming practices in Britain, and also considers the complex choices made by same sex couples who marry in relation to whether there are any benefits in changing their surname. The study draws on data from an online survey of 1,000 UK respondents, and reveals that it continues to be viewed as more ‘normal’ for a woman to take her husband’s surname in a heterosexual union than for her to make any other choice. Whilst other options (such as the woman retaining the surname given to her by her parents, for instance) are often considered in relation to heterosexual marriage, these continue to be seen as a deviation from the norm.

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Zain Ali was robbed at knife point in Gorton (Image: Zain Ali) A man has described fearing for his life after he was robbed at knife point by two thugs in Gorton.Zain Ali, 42, thought he was meeting up with a seller from the Facebook Marketplace on Saturday morning (February 6).He had arranged to meet the man near Keary Close to buy a brand new iPhone 12 advertised on the platform.But when he arrived at 10.45am, Zain, from Heald Green, and a friend were attacked by two thugs.Read Morethis actually happening in 2021. Shock and anger as racist graffiti written in snow on person car in Denton”I saw an advert on the Facebook Marketplace, an iPhone 12 for sale”, Zain told the Manchester Evening New s.”I asked them about the phone and they said you can come tomorrow morning, they messaged me again the next day saying you can come in 20 minutes.”Me and my friend were both going there and I phoned them and he said I here.”I then saw a guy with a carrier bag in his hand who came to me and said let go sit in the car but I told him there was no room in the car.A local resident heard what was happening and called the police, but the thugs made off in Zain black Mercedes before they arrived.The car had two expensive cameras in the boot which Zain used for work, as well as a number of personal items and letters.An ambulance arrived at the scene and Zain was treated by paramedics before being taken to hospital.He was left with cuts, bruises and a broken nose.Zain said the men must have found his mobile number on one of the letters as they called him the following day,”They said know where you live and think about calling the police he said.”I with my little daughter and my family and I am not even going outside of my house because I am scared that maybe they are watching me.”Zain said he is waiting for an update on the police investigation into the incident.He wants to share the story in the hope that people will be more careful when meeting up with online A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said: “At around 10.50am on Saturday 6 February 2021 officers received a report of an assault and robbery on Keary Close, Manchester.”Officers attended and enquiries established two males aged 34 and 48 were assaulted by two unknown male offenders.”The offenders threatened the victims with a knife and then fled the scene in a black A Class Mercedes belonging to one of the victims.Anyone with information should contact police on 101 quoting incident 926 of 06/02/21. Alternatively, details can be passed on anonymously via the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”..