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  • himarienthusiast
    25.01.2022 - 6 minutes ago

    all stars would have been such a good season if they added more characters and made it longer than 4 hours

    #total drama #total drama all stars #td cody#td duncan#td izzy#td kitty#td noah #total drama action #total drama island #total drama pahkitew island #revenge of the island #total drama izzy #td courtney#td cameron#td chris#td chester#td alejandro#td heather
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  • memolands
    25.01.2022 - 22 minutes ago

    Malé City - The island metropolis in Male

    Malé City – The island metropolis in Male

    Formerly it was a walled city surrounded by fortifications and gates. The Royal Palace was destroyed along with the picturesque forts and bastions when the city was remodeled under President Ibrahim Nasir’s rule in the aftermath of the abolition of the monarchy in 1968. With a population of 252,768 and an area of 8.30 square kilometers, Malé is also one of the most densely populated cities in the…

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  • pie-bean
    25.01.2022 - 23 minutes ago

    I celebrated a really late new year's on my best friend's (@credencecrossing) island 💖

    #i love his carnival area sm #acnh #animal crossing new horizons #animal crossing#mine#acnh exterior#acnh screenshots #acnh new year's eve #beauclair credence#beauclair island#acnh blog
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  • sunshinethena
    25.01.2022 - 32 minutes ago

    my brain only wants animal crossing n stardew valley n my partner

    #thena is thinking #thena is yearning #thena is playing #CCC #i want a cooler island #i should have the building for the resident center #i want to terraform #i want more #or am i just missing the calm things #who knows
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  • atlanticcanada
    25.01.2022 - 32 minutes ago

    Cape Breton hiker finds inspirational message on mountain

    Tenerife Mountain sits on the northern tip of Cape Breton Island and is a popular destination for a hike.

    On Sunday, Chad Magee and a few friends spent the day making the challenging climb to the summit when a message written on a tree caught their eye.

    "I have to admit, by that time when I saw the message on the tree, I've seen it before, but this day it actually dug in,” Magee said.

    “It actually inspired me to put in that little extra bit of effort to get to the top there."

    In August 2021, 16-year-old Josh Cochrane was hiking with his father when he wrote the message, “Keep going! It’s 100% worth it.”

    The Yarmouth teen knows a lot what it means to keep going through adversity.

    "When I was 7, I had Kawasaki Disease. It damaged my heart,” Cochrane explained.

    “I have Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, which means I could dislocate joints easily. (I’ve had) a lot of health complications throughout my life."

    Magee shared a post on social media about the inspirational message he found on the mountain and was contacted by Cochrane’s mother, who told him all about her son and his story.

    "His struggles and everything he's going through,” Magee said.

    “Also his fundraising that he does. One of which is with PTSD. Being a first responder myself, that definitely struck a chord with me."

    As a young man living with autism, who used to be non-verbal, Cochrane has come a long way and he is happy his message has inspired others.

    "I hoped that maybe anybody else hiking up to the peak would see it and get a smile out of it or something, but I never expected the response. I'm happy,” Cochrane said.

    Thanks to the message, Magee says he’s made a connection and, perhaps, a friendship. He adds he’d be happy to take Cochrane and his family hiking should they return to Cape Breton.

    "If he ever comes back this way, I know a lot of spots around here that he might not be aware of,” Magee said. “I can definitely get them out."

    In the meantime, Cochrane is looking forward to receiving the Governor General's Sovereign Medal For Volunteers - once COVID restrictions allow.

    from CTV News - Atlantic https://ift.tt/33JrdCc

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  • everynicorobin
    25.01.2022 - 59 minutes ago

    Dramatic 

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  • atlanticcanada
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago

    P.E.I. reports one new death related to COVID-19 Tuesday, 10 people in hospital

    Prince Edward Island reported one new death related to COVID-19 Tuesday, involving a person 80 years old or older.

    Dr. Heather Morrison, the province’s chief public health officer, says there are 10 people in hospital being treated for COVID-19, two of whom are in intensive care.

    “As we continue to see COVID-19 related deaths, ICU and hospital admissions in P.E.I., we are sadly reminded of the serious outcomes that are related to the virus and the impact on individuals and families,” said Morrison.

    “We must continue to follow public health guidance, such as masking and getting vaccinated when eligible to slow the spread of the virus and to protect ourselves, our loved ones and our Island community from these serious outcomes.”

    According to Morrison, there are two other people in hospital who have tested positive but are being treated for illnesses other than COVID-19 (COVID-19 was not the reason for admission).

    CASE COUNT

    As of 8 a.m. Tuesday, there are 275 new cases of COVID-19 and 303 recoveries, for a total of 2,394 active cases.

    The province says the new cases are still under investigation.

    OUTBREAKS UPDATE

    The province provided an update on current outbreaks in high-risk settings:

    Long Term Care Facilities (six facilities with outbreaks):

    Andrews of Park West

    Atlantic Baptist

    Beach Grove Home

    Clinton View Lodge

    Garden Home

    Summerset Manor

    Community Care Facilities (two facilities with outbreaks):

    Bevan Lodge

    Miscouche Villa

    Early Learning and Child Care Centres:

    18 centres with cases of COVID-19

    Two centres open

    Eight centres closed

    Eight centres operating at a modified or reduced capacity

    Other congregate settings:

    Population that accesses shelter and outreach services in Charlottetown

    Prince County Correctional Centre

    Provincial Addictions Treatment Facility

    Provincial Correctional Centre

    St. Eleanor’s House

    “The Chief Public Health Office will announce when outbreaks are declared over,” reads a release from the province.

    VACCINATION UPDATE

    As of Jan. 22, 96.3 per cent of Island residents over the age of 12 years received at least one dose of vaccine, 93.1 per cent were fully vaccinated and 64 per cent of children ages 5 to 11 had one dose. Additionally, 48,502 people have received their booster dose.

    “Health PEI is reminding eligible Islanders of the hundreds of vaccination appointments still available this week at clinics across the province for first, second and booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, including dedicated appointments for children,” reads a release from the province.

    from CTV News - Atlantic https://ift.tt/3r0cTxJ

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  • kh3fan06
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago

    2019:

    2022:

    Hello everyone!

    So while cleaning the drawers to my desk i have found some old drawings that i had forgotten about

    This one is one that i did back in 2019 it's the one on top it was a few months after kingdom hearts 3 came out

    it was also the first time i use alcohol markers as well it was also drawn on paper and they were kinda dry when i drew it :P

    i'm not gonna lie i was nervous about redrawing this i didn't know how the finished drawing was going to be

    but i really love it's one of my favorite drawings i haven't draw kingdom hearts 2 kairi in a long time

    I love the background of this drawing and i love her hair i love everything about this redraw she is so adorable i also found some more drawings to do

    including some sokai drawings that are begging to be redrawn

    i honestly did how much i progressed until i started looking at my old drawings

    So you might be seeing some more redraws that is if this post get enough likes

    Anyway til next time!

    Also this is the first drawing i did for the new year so yay!

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  • saboisamarxist
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago

    bege has pictures of himself all over his castle (aka body) and I think that says a lot about his character

    #capone bege #whole cake island #whole cake arc #one piece
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  • saboisamarxist
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago

    this scene 🥵🥵🥵

    #black leg sanji #vinsmoke judge #whole cake island #whole cake arc #one piece
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  • angelofthegord
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago

    sam: yo what do you wanna tell cas right now ?

    dean: what’s up homie... take me out to dinner

    sam: aye yo !

    #chuck: bing bong fuck ya life! #sam: #ayo eileen leahy wassup mama come to coney island take a spin on the cyclone #i miss you #beans rice jesus christ and caaaaaas #who?! #caaaaaaas
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  • atlanticcanada
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago

    Four people arrested in connection with York County, N.B. shooting: RCMP

    New Brunswick police have arrested four people in connection with a shooting in York County, N.B.

    At about 6 a.m. on Sunday, the West District RCMP received a report that people in two vehicles shot at a third car while driving between Canterbury and Meductic.

    When police responded, they found a car in a ditch in Meductic with two people inside, one of whom was treated for minor injuries.

    Police say the shooting is an isolated incident and it did not meet the criteria for an Alert Ready message.

    Four people, between the ages of 33 and 46, were arrested over the next 24 hours.

    Larry Shane Kennedy, a 46-year-old man from Jacksonville, N.B., appeared in Woodstock Provincial Court on Jan. 24 by way of tele-remand. He was charged with:

    discharging a firearm with intent

    careless use of a firearm

    possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose

    possession of a firearm/ammunition in a vehicle

    Bradley Ryan Watson, a 37-year-old man from Elmwood, N.B., appeared in Woodstock Provincial Court on Jan. 24 by way of tele-remand. He was charged with:

    assault with a weapon

    mischief over $5,000

    operation of a motor vehicle while prohibited

    dangerous operation of a motor vehicle

    Both men were remanded into custody and are scheduled to return to court on Jan. 28 at 10:30 a.m. for a bail hearing.

    Police say a 33-year-old woman and 37-year-old man were also arrested in connection with the investigation and were both released pending a future court appearance.

    from CTV News - Atlantic https://ift.tt/3tZVJT1

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  • paradisushqads
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago
    For centuries, supernatural creatures have been living in the shadows, existing under human noses with the humans being none the wiser, thinking of them as nothing more than things of myths, even nightmares. The most powerful of the supernatural community being the vampires. As time went on though, and technology advanced, supernatural creatures knew they couldn’t truly stay hidden forever.
    Thus, Paradisus was born.
    The vampires, headed by the Avery Kingdom, not only revealed themselves to the world, but announced the purchase of a large island off the Pacific where everyone was welcome. Vampires, Shapeshifters, Witches--and even humans, the goal of the island is cohabitation and peace and all are welcome to seek refuge on the island- or even just a second chance. But while the vampires have amassed massive wealth and political power over the centuries all over the world, the fact still stands that not everyone is ready to accept their existence--or their power. The island is a safe haven for thousands, but only time will tell if hatred and fear prevail.

    Paradisus HQ is an original character, literate, supernatural roleplay that takes place in modern day in the fictional island of Paradisus. The island is ruled by vampires and follows a monarchical/regency system. Supernatural creatures take inspiration from various pop-culture sources and require no canon understanding from any piece of media.

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  • jillieandthefrog
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago
    #and i enjoy love island #i dont like the bachelor but that might just be the bad dutch version #oh and people in these shows never wear proper clothes because theyre on a tropical island or smth #aka trash tv
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  • atlanticcanada
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago

    Funds for memorial to 22 mass shooting victims in N.S. shifts to municipal leadership

    Funds for a memorial to the victims of Nova Scotia's mass shooting are being shifted to a municipal government trust, while some communities and families have been pursuing their own fundraising efforts.

    The permanent memorial project was initially led by the registered charity Nova Scotia Remembers Legacy Society, which was formed by a group of volunteers after the April 18-19, 2020, shooting deaths of 22 people.

    However, board member Cees van den Hoek said in an email Tuesday the charity would shift about $200,000 to other groups to manage, with $90,000 of that money going to a trust held by the Municipality of Colchester County.

    He said the charity would respect the wishes of the original donors for how they wanted their donations used, including for memorials, scholarships and grief projects.

    Van den Hoek said the small group of volunteers believe the Colchester County municipal government is better positioned to take on the task of creating the memorial.

    Colchester Mayor Christine Blair said, of the $90,000 being placed in trust by the municipality, $50,000 is intended for the permanent memorial site, while $10,000 is intended for a potential memorial located in Portapique, N.S. She said another $10,000 would be reserved for a memorial site in Debert, N.S., with the remaining $20,000 for grief and trauma counselling.

    Blair said she is consulting with the mayors of Halifax and Cumberland County and the warden of East Hants -- all regions where killings occurred -- to decide on a location and design of a permanent memorial project.

    She said the project will unfold slowly and in consultation with victims' families. Funds will be sought from the province and likely the federal government, she added.

    "We're being very gentle about it, you might say, as people are still suffering and will be for a long time," she said.

    Meanwhile, some families and communities have pursued efforts to remember the lost and to rebuild communities damaged by the shooter's 13 hours of violence. The shootings started in Portapique on April 18 and included more killings the next day in the Wentworth, Debert and Enfield areas.

    The family of Kristen Beaton, a pregnant woman who was shot in Debert during the second day of the rampage, has joined the family of Heather O'Brien, a VON nurse who died a short distance away, to fundraise for a seven-hectare memorial park near the site of their deaths.

    Their proposal envisions heart-shaped grounds with a brook running down the centre, symbolizing broken hearts, said Nick Beaton, Kristen's husband.

    Blair said $10,000 of the funds in the trust is designated toward this project, adding that the county has approved the use of the land as a memorial park. She added that the county government would consider the proposed design in upcoming meetings.

    "We're trying to take a really bad spot and turn it into a happier spot," Beaton said in an interview earlier this week. He added that his family's focus will be on a playground, in honour of Kristen's close relationship with their four-year-old son, Daxton, while the O'Brien family envisions a flower garden on the site.

    Marie Benoit, the local councillor assisting with the project, said in an interview Tuesday the families have a goal of raising between $250,000 and $300,000 and that to date, about $24,000 had been donated.

    In Portapique, the community has shied away from creating a memorial site and has instead preferred to raise funds with the Rotary Club of Truro, N.S., toward a playground and community centre to help build relationships among neighbours. Funds have been handled by the Community Foundation of Nova Scotia.

    The playground opened last fall, and the next phase is the teardown and redesign of the historic Portapique Community Hall, which will be used for activities such as dances and community gatherings. The total project is about $822,000.

    Andrew MacDonald, president of the hall's board of trustees, said in an interview Tuesday the group is still trying to raise between $75,000 and $100,000 in cash donations.

    "It's as a result of the shooting for sure, but we aren't going to be defined by the shooting," said MacDonald, who had a frightening encounter with the killer during his rampage.

    "We don't need a reminder of what happened. We're very well aware of what happened. The goal of this project is to allow the community to move forward from this tragedy," he said.

    However, MacDonald said he's hopeful that there will eventually be a permanent memorial site created in the province for all who have suffered. "I think it's important the families get what they need to reflect and remember," he said.

    This report by The Canadian Press was first published Jan. 25, 2022.

    from CTV News - Atlantic https://ift.tt/33LB6iK

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  • jillieandthefrog
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago
    #do yall know how love island works? #or am i starting to speak nonsense to you? #just asking
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  • atlanticcanada
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago

    P.E.I. reports 9th death related to COVID-19

    The individual who died is in the age category of 80 years and above, Health P.E.I.said in a news release Tuesday.

    from CBC | Prince Edward Island News https://ift.tt/32A4Tu6

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  • the-angel-introvert
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago

    They invented platonic love

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  • lilypadisland-acnh
    25.01.2022 - 1 hour ago
    #animal crossing new horizons #animal crossing#acnh#melba #lily pad island
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