Let’s just play thenumbers game here. Imagine you live in a small town of 3000 people and you’re a woman. You’re looking for a man, so you’re down to 1500 to choose from except that 75% of them are taken so that leaves you with 375. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileMuslim women and others with concealing headwear will have to uncover their faces when they deal with Quebec government services, under landmark legislation tabled Wednesday in the province’s legislature.The bill says people obtaining or delivering services at places like the provincial health or auto insurance boards will need to do so with their faces in plain view.The legislation says people’s face coverings will not be tolerated if they hinder communication or visual identification. The traditional Muslim niqab shows little more than a woman’s eyes.Of the more than 118,000 visitors to the health board’s Montreal office in 2008 09 only 10 were niqab wearers who asked for special dispensation.Quebec is drawing a line in defence of two principles, gender equality and secular public institutions, Premier Jean Charest said at a news conference Wednesday morning. “This is a symbol of affirmation and respect first of all for ourselves, and also for those to whom we open our arms,” Charest told reporters.Read moreTake our poll:Is this a reasonable limit on a woman’s right to choose whether she will wear a head covering?trendsPoll is not scientific.
Roach baits and boric acid are your next line of defense if those previous steps don’t reduce the population [source: University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management]. You can purchase boric acid as a powder and lightly dust it in the cracks you can’t seal off with caulk, such as under sinks and appliances and behind cabinets. Roach baits in gel form also work well in those tricky spaces, luring the insects to them and poisoning them.
It was a reflection of Murray’s sportsmanship that he ascribed his pulverising in the last two sets to the talents of his opponent, but the body language on court told a different story. He was grimacing, clutching his side, feathering his serves in rather than lashing them with any real venom. Nothing not a rub down from the trainer, not even the healing hands of Uri Geller could rescue him from this all too public ordeal..
In that context of multiplatform journalism, it is important to investigate this new translation environment. To this end, this paper examines all the articles published in the politics sections of the CBC’s and Radio Canada’s websites from January 15 22, 2017. First, this analysis demonstrates that a limited number of articles contain examples of translation and the process of translation is almost always invisible, in contrast to Gagnon’s (2012) findings in print news in Canada.