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    She is executive director of the Paws for Hope Animal Foundation. Powelson is calling on Vancouver to follow neighbouring municipalities in creating a bylaw that would prohibit the sale of certain pets at stores.

    Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content City staff are researching a possible ban on the sale of the pets at retail stores, Vision Vancouver Coun.

    Heather Deal said Monday, following a wave of concern from residents about a pet store that opened last month in Marpole.

    We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or tap here to see other videos from our team. The sale of dogs and cats is a problem for animal-rights activists like Kathy Powelson, executive director of the Paws for Hope Animal Foundation, who is calling on Vancouver to follow neighbouring municipalities in creating a bylaw that would prohibit the sale of certain pets at stores.

    Powelson recently met with Deal, as well as Vision Vancouver Coun. Andrea Reimer, to discuss the possible ban, she said, and they seemed receptive. Vancouver Ang said he uses a U. He sources most of the kittens from local, small-scale breeders. Two years ago, the store started getting dogs from certified small-scale breeders in South Korea through a veterinarian they work with.

    His animals are healthy and well taken care of, said Ang, inviting his critics and the public to come in and take a look at the facilities. He objects to allegations his animals are neglected. My business would close in three days.

    The new store has a large yard in the back, where clients can bring in their pets to socialize and play with other pet owners. Article content Similar bylaws have been enacted elsewhere. Three Richmond pet stores banded together and launched a legal action seeking to quash the Richmond bylaw, but a B. Supreme Court judge dismissed the petition in , upholding the bylaw and finding it to be reasonable, in good faith, and enacted by council for a valid reason.

    Other cities across Canada have followed suit.

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    Afghanistan war diaries reveal Evison's kit warnings Just 28 days before Lt Mark Evison died he wrote a diary in which he vented frustrations and concerns over equipment shortages in the Afghanistan War. In his own words, this is Mark's story. At approximately 8. They are still under intense fire and will have to cross a canal, and run over open ground with the injured men another soldier was shot in the ankle, but survived to enter the patrol base.

    Mark impressed everyone here so much that he was soon rated as the best platoon commander in the Welsh Guards — against extremely stiff competition, Lt Col Rupert Thorneloe , who died just weeks later. We need that stretcher over there. The soldiers cannot get the stretcher to Lt Evison.

    The other injured soldier, , has already got it. They lay down a smokescreen and are forced to carry him without a stretcher. For his heroic actions he received the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross. A decision is made to call in air cover from an Apache Helicopter. At approximately 9. The men move fast along the wall of Compound One, through the irrigation ditch. They then cross open ground — ahead one of the soldiers is carrying Mark. He carries Mark Evison over the bridge, as the soldier with the head-cam wades across the canal closely behind, acting as cover.

    As the soldier with the head-cam enters to his left Mark is seen lying on the ground as his men try to help him. It is now approximately 9. The helmet with the head-cam has been placed on the ground in a small area within the PB. Mark has now been bleeding to death for approximately 46 minutes. That is three minutes after the helicopter was authorised to take off. The head-cam footage is showing a still image of rubble in the compound, but we can hear what the troops are saying in the background.

    Mark appears to cry out in pain. The camera is switched off. This is approximately 51 minutes after Mark has been shot. It is around 47 minutes after the 9-liner radio call for medical evacuation was called and only five minutes since the US Black Hawk helicopter took off from Camp Bastion to medevac Mark.

    Clearly I think it would have been nice if the MoD had shown enough, if you like respect, to go to the trouble to sort out my questions and in the end the questions of the inquest, which were to find out the circumstances in which Mark died. Margaret Evison A flying time of 19 minutes and a loading time of one minute, takes us to 9.

    Mark has finally been taken by the helicopter a full hour-and-six minutes after being shot. He will not arrive at Camp Bastion helicopter landing site until 14 minutes later at This being from the point the 9-liner was called in at 8.

    Neither Channel 4 News, nor Margaret Evison is claiming Mark could have survived his wound, even with an immediate medevac. But Mrs Evison says she wants answers to why there was a 39 minute helicopter delay? For the avoidance of doubt, the MoD has no knowledge that these documents do in fact exist.

    As the inquest is now concluded the MoD does not propose to engage in a further specific search for documents which may or may not exist, as it does not consider that it has any obligation to do so. British fatalities in Afghanistan — the full list Mark Evison kept a diary whilst in Afghanistan. In this entry on 21 April, just weeks before he was killed, he all but predicted his own fate: "As it stands I have a lack of radios, water, food and medical equipment.

    This with manpower is what these missions lack. It is disgraceful to send a platoon into a very dangerous area with two weeks' water and food and one team medics pack. Injuries will be sustained which I will not be able to treat and deaths could occur which could have been stopped. We are walking on a tightrope and from what it seems here are likely to fall unless drastic measures are undertaken.

    In some of the static locations we would have been better served with the ability to generate greater power output. In the heat of battle across vast Afghan terrain communications and medevac problems will always be problematic. Her worry is that many more British soldiers will be killed if they are not giving adequate equipment and helicopters in the first place.

    Click on the link to find out more. Channel 4 News has charted the war from patrols in the northern mountains to current bitter fighting, writes Alex Thomson The mission since the invasion and occupation almost a decade ago now, has widened and spread beyond all recognition into de facto nation building from the new trunk road connecting the capital Kabul with Kandahar in the south - to giving Afghans the dubious benefits of voting and a bi-cameral western "democratic" model.

    Not bad ambition then, for a country built upon tribal fiat and warlord muscle, valley by valley, poppy field by poppy field, alongside hefty interference with money and weapons and know-how from Iran to the west, Pakistan has the east and the former Russian republics to the north: the Great Game continues alive and well.

    So down the near decade of war now, Channel 4 News has charted that stark war from the horse-mounted patrols of the British armies in the northern mountains, to the current bitter fighting across the poppy and wheat fields of southern Helmand Province.

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    They lay down a smokescreen and are forced to carry him without a stretcher. For his heroic actions he received the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross. A decision is made to call in air cover from an Apache Helicopter.

    At approximately 9. The men move fast along the wall of Compound One, through the irrigation ditch. They then cross open ground — ahead one of the soldiers is carrying Mark. He carries Mark Evison over the bridge, as the soldier with the head-cam wades across the canal closely behind, acting as cover. As the soldier with the head-cam enters to his left Mark is seen lying on the ground as his men try to help him.

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    It is now approximately 9. The helmet with the head-cam has been placed on the ground in a small area within the PB. Mark has now been bleeding to death for approximately 46 minutes. That is three minutes after the helicopter was authorised to take off. The head-cam footage is showing a still image of rubble in the compound, but we can hear what the troops are saying in the background.

    Mark appears to cry out in pain. The camera is switched off. This is approximately 51 minutes after Mark has been shot.

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    It is around 47 minutes after the 9-liner radio call for medical evacuation was called and only five minutes since the US Black Hawk helicopter took off from Camp Bastion to medevac Mark. Clearly I think it would have been nice if the MoD had shown enough, if you like respect, to go to the trouble to sort out my questions and in the end the questions of the inquest, which were to find out the circumstances in which Mark died.

    Margaret Evison A flying time of 19 minutes and a loading time of one minute, takes us to 9. Mark has finally been taken by the helicopter a full hour-and-six minutes after being shot. He will not arrive at Camp Bastion helicopter landing site until 14 minutes later at This being from the point the 9-liner was called in at 8.

    Neither Channel 4 News, nor Margaret Evison is claiming Mark could have survived his wound, even with an immediate medevac. While the stature of the series generally makes keeping its next instalment under wraps until reveal date a tall task, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War was a worse-kept secret than most.

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    Constant leaks - including a Doritos leak that unveiled the game's full name - have seen consumers prepared for a return to the Black Ops branch of the Call of Duty franchise for some time now. Questions about the game remain, however, including just how it will integrate with the immensely popular Call of Duty: Warzone battle royale experience, as well as what its choice of setting will mean for campaign modes, weapons layouts, and game mechanics. That trailer featured a roughly second-long clip of the Tiananmen Square protests inand according to a report from CBRthat content created a negative backlash from mainland Chinese citizens on the internet, resulting in the trailer being banned in China.

    Since then, the official Call of Duty YouTube channel has uploaded a second, shorter trailer - one that does not feature footage from the Tiananamen Square protests at all.


    Banned war footage