It was all sunshine and rainbows for a minute before it all quickly fell apart. They were last seen together a few weeks ago, attending church together on a Sunday, like most Hollywood couples do. After the infamous church date, they haven't been seen together since.
Since the infamous church date, Selena ran off to Miami to go yachting with her friends and Justin has been hanging out with model, Baskin Champion nonstop.
Jelena was supposed to be on a "break", but now we're pretty positive that they're completely broken up. Justin just took his new rumoured gf, Baskin Champion on a date to church. The same place where Jelena broke up. Talk about awkward.
We know that religion was something that Selena and Justin shared but if you read our article on Baskin Champion, then you know she's also very religious. It definitely seems like Justin has a "type".
Baskin was reportedly spotted coming and going from Justin's apartment multiple times last week. We'll have to wait and see what happens, but we're 99% sure that Baskin and Justin are officially together and Selena is nowhere near the picture.
Forget your glass slippers, and grab your hiking boots. These enchanting Ontario hiking trails look straight out of a fairy tale.
Across the province, there are so many magical hikes that will have you feeling like the star of a Disney movie. From a tiny bird village that looks like it belongs in Snow White to a giant tree with a smiling face, you definitely will want to discover these spots for yourself.
Why You Need To Go: Exploring Crawford Lake Conservation Area is like stepping into an enchanted forest. Here, you can't help but marvel at all the charming wood carvings of animals and birds along the path.
Why You Need To Go: The boardwalk isn't the only thing to see in Mer Bleu Conservation Area. Along Trail 50, you can find a bird village with tiny houses, churches and restaurants hanging from the tree.
As of May 8, 2021, over $1 million worth of COVID-19 fines has been processed by ICBC. Meanwhile, only $172,825 of those tickets have been paid according to a press release from the province of B.C. This accounts for only 14% of the total.
As seen in the data, people aren't exactly jumping to pay their COVID-19 fines. As a result, the province proposed new legislation on Wednesday, May 12 that would result in people with unpaid COVID-19 fines being unable to renew their B.C. driver's licence or vehicle license.
"That small minority of persons who have been fined for violating the rules in place to protect us all are going to be held accountable for the debt they owe," said Mike Farnworth, the B.C. minister of public safety and solicitor general.
"We've already moved up the deadline for sending unpaid COVID-19 fines to collections. Now, we're going to refuse to issue offenders a driver's licence or vehicle licence if they still won't take their tickets seriously and pay up."
If passed, these new rules will start in July and they will apply to all outstanding fines issued under the Emergency Program Act and COVID-19 Related Measures Act.
"People with outstanding fines will receive notice of the RTI from ICBC ahead of their driver's licence expiry and vehicle license renewal," said the press release.
"It's looking positive to be able to open schools towards the end of May if the rate of COVID continues to come down in our community."
Etches also mentioned that a regional approach might be the best option when it comes to reopening schools across the province.
"What am I encouraged by, is the conversations about being able to open schools is happening and that is something where I think the regional approach is a valid way to go," she stated. "That's the first step, we need to get schools open and then we need to take a look at other measures that could be relaxed."