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Speaking of reality TV, Queer Eye returns for season 5 on June 5. Beyond that, Netflix has several seasons of three different “Real Housewives” shows, in addition to Keeping Up with the Kardashians. For the foodies, a multi season course of Top Chef will also be served on June 1, followed by a new show in Crazy Delicious later in the month on June 24..
“Our entire family was sick with covid starting December 24th. Within this timeframe, we lost 2 family members. One being my father,” she continued. The threat of a new cyber security law Although society opened up in Myanmar after democratic leader Aung San Suu Kyi National League for Democracy (NLD) came to power in 2015, archaic and colonial era laws on censorship stayed in place, and there were also clampdowns on creative expression. Government did not prioritize or show as much respect for free expression, creative freedom and human rights as many people were hoping they would, says Karin Karlekar, director of Free Expression at Risk Programs at PEN America. Khine says the situation was still better than under military rule.
Which was conducted after COPE’s hoped for candidate, UBC academic Patrick Condon, dropped out for health reasons and before The Georgia Straight put Hector “The Defector tm” Bremner on their cover along with a decidedly friendly profile inside.The top line of the results has the NPA’s Ken Sim at 26 per cent and a sliver ahead of Stewart at 25 percent. (Predictably Sim has more support among West Side older men; Stewart is more appealing to East Side resident, women, and younger folks.) The spread between the two of them is well within the margin of error.Ian Campbell is in third spot with 20 per cent, Sylvester is at 11 per cent, the former conservative MP and enemy of the bike lanes Wai Young is at eight per cent, Bremner has five per cent and pulling up the rear is David Chen with four per cent.And, no surprise here, 82 per cent of Vancouverites think housing affordability is worse in this city than in the rest of Metro Vancouver and 57 per cent have a negative view about the influence of developers.Of course the election is still 12 weeks away and in politics that is an eternity.Most folks only wake up to the facts of a civic election in these parts sometime after Labour Day.For now, as pollster Mario Canseco found, Sim is holding 70 to 80 per cent of the NPA vote and, unless Bremner can crank things up, that will continue.On the left of centre, Campbell is only getting about 50 per cent of the votes that went to Gregor Robertson last time out. Almost as many are going to Stewart and, again, that was before the VDLC endorsement.And you have to assume that Sylvester is nibbling away at that cohort as well.There’s one other point: the deal over sharing the ballot worked out by the VDLC, sort of.