See above for a cautionary image for designers who demand more than the simplest choreography for their runways. Yesterday at the Fingers Crossed show, a circuitous catwalk route caused a very near miss for these three otherwise perfectly competent models. Luckily, there was no fashion roadkill.
National increased 15 percent to $12 million. Preprint and other increased 16 percent to $38.1 million. Pro forma circulation revenues decreased 1.9 percent to $37.9 million. Since March 2, International Women Week events have been taking place throughout the city. As the week comes to a close and International Women Day approaches, some of the events take on a tone of action rather than simply that of awareness. Upcoming events will include demonstrations and panel discussions.
Edouard Yeghiayan, medical director of the clinic, confirmed to the on Tuesday that he’s suspended performing ultrasounds “like every other office.””We don’t have a code for it, and we don’t know what the price would be,” Yeghiayan explained. “Once we rectify it with the (health) minister and the association (of radiologists), then we’ll go ahead.”For now, we’re taking patients’ names or asking them to call us later.”Tsironis’s wife is aghast that her husband who has donated generously to the Jewish General and Lakeshore General hospitals will have to seek care in another province because the Quebec government banned accessory fees without first ensuring that the public sector could absorb an influx of patients.”I think it’s absolutely terrible,” she said, declining to have her name published because she wants to maintain her privacy.”I’ve seen a lot of people who are desperate to get an appointment. People are in pain and they need to see a doctor.”In May, Health Minister Gatan Barrette announced that the government would no longer allow private clinics to charge fees for a wide range of services, including eye drops, colonoscopies and ultrasounds.But critics charge that the minister rushed to implement the ban and failed to inform the public of what fees can still be charged and what services are now covered under medicare.
It’s no secret that the nude has regularly been subjected to the fact that breaking religious taboos was considered distasteful, if not condemned by society. This is particularly true in North America where the Catholic Church and often radical Protestants have viewed flesh (generally that of a woman) as evil. This idea seems to prevail again today in some sectors in spite of the fact that many human activities and social behaviour have been submitted to more liberal controls.