Who says that Valentine's Day has to just be for couples? If you're single like a lot of people are, there's no reason to be ashamed. Valentine's Day is about love in general, not just for couples! You don't need to go out and purchase 10 cats and call yourself a crazy cat lady just because you don't have a bae. Instead, embrace it and show your BFFs some love!
Even if you don't plan to hang out with friends, you can always show yourself some self love. Take yourself out to a movie, buy yourself a donut, go shopping–you deserve all the love in the world! Here are 15 things you can do on Valentine's Day with your BFFs in Ottawa. Hoes over bros, right?
"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."
According to police, Shanks "had previously engaged with the mother of the child on a social media chat group for new mothers and had brought a gift for the mother and newborn at her home" on Friday, just two days before the alleged abduction.
Shanks is said to have "forcefully entered" the Ottawa home using bear repellent spray and abducted the baby, however, neighbours intervened and were able to "detain" Shanks until police arrived.
The baby was given to Ottawa Paramedics and was unharmed, authorities state — investigators also believe Shanks "may have been in contact with other new mothers" in similar social media groups.