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  1. One possible option (which may seem frivilous and may require the type of tests that your teammate suggests would clog up the system, but may be better for your general health maintenance) would be to go in for annual check-ups. I used to do that before the pandemic (though my "annual" was more like every 15-18 months, because I kept forgetting to book it), and between that and my need to get annual referrals for my specialist, I end up having to see my family doctor at least twice a year.
  2. There's no Vancouver option. (What, you didn't say it was specific for the 2021 SC Playoffs... )
  3. More specific to the situation: the ccp.
  4. Not sure if I should laugh or cry about the fact that most of the replies to Dr. Bogoch's tweet are of the variety of "Me me me meeee... Me me me meeeeee..."
  5. Although in fairness, not everyone who is occupying a bed due to the coronavirus is there by their own indiscretions. They may have been an innocent bystander (figuratively speaking) who did everything over and above what is required per public health orders, was super-careful and meticulous about how they do their day-to-day safely (and even minimize external contact to further reduce the risk), and still managed to catch it as a result of transmission circumstances that were beyond their control.
  6. CBC touched upon it a bit in their news article at https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/bc-drivers-licence-blocked-unpaid-covid-fines-1.6024309 I presume details on how to appeal will also be part of the "licence renewal" documentation.
  7. Do you get more entries the more times you get vaccinated? Asking for a friend.
  8. The problem with that is that renewing a driver's license is not an annual requirement, so as long as they personally don't have to insure a vehicle, they could in theory have up to 5 years (or whatever the validity period of the driver's license is) to hold off paying the fine.
  9. I'm of the opinion that Green is a good coach, and although his assistants are his responsibility, I would give him the option of re-signing with a new assistant staff (excluding Ian Clark who would be returning), or he can take a hike with them. It's pretty clear that the two bench-level assistants aren't able to draw up the appropriate plays for their respective areas of "expertise", and as the guy driving the bench, this is his last opportunity to either choose to rectify that and work with the team's young talent with a better support staff, or stay loyal to his assistants and find anothe
  10. While you're at it, think we could swing a side deal with Pittsburgh for Crosby and Malkin, and another one with Washington for Ovechkin, Carlson, and Backstrom? I'm sure we could do all that with Edler, Eriksson, and a 3rd.
  11. Maybe it's the asshole streak in me, but I'm more inclined to propose that if they don't pay their fines, they should be cut from more than just a driver's license or vehicle license. I anticipate that there will be idiots out there who will say, "fine, I won't drive then"; and will stubbornly refuse to pay. You need something that's a bit more pervasive and necessary to really hit at them. Something like... oh I don't know, like healthcare services?
  12. Kind of, but not entirely. In an ideal representative parliament system that House of Commons is modeled on, the electorate would be voting on the person to represent them. There would be no "party" or "bloc" to speak of, as the MP would be there by virtue of their electorate's will. However, such an ideal would not be practiceable, as there would be 338 different stripes, and the cacophony in the halls of discussion would be more akin to a rave party broadcasting thrash metal. I wouldn't say nothing would ever get done, but it would certainly be with great difficulty given th
  13. The way I see it, them bugs (spiders, silverfish, cockroaches, flies, mosquitoes, etc.) - they're not paying the rent or helping with the mortgage, so if I'm feeling charitable, they take a nice trip out the door or window; otherwise, they face a fate that is too graphic to type out here (I don't want to get banned, after all ).
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