The B. The survey was conducted from July 21 to Aug. Researchers found that 58 per cent of those surveyed had no partners or just one since the pandemic began. Forty per cent of those surveyed reported no change in the number of sex partners during the pandemic, while 31 per cent reported a decrease. However, 25 per cent reported increasing their number of partners later in the pandemic. Broken down in real numbers, 45 per cent of had one partner throughout the pandemic, 28 per cent had two to three, eight per cent had four to five and six per cent had six or more.
Police are warning of a recent surge in scams involving money transfers made in the form of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Tania Visintin with the Vancouver Police Department. Many are approached through social media or dating websites. These types of crimes can go unreported due to the embarrassment the victim feels. Cryptocurrency frauds are difficult to investigate the chances of locating and identifying a suspect are low, Visintin said. Suspects are often based overseas and mask their identity through sophisticated, untraceable virtual private networks. To report these matters to police call or to remain anonymous, Crime Stoppers at
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Signing up enhances your TCE experience with the ability to save items to your personal reading list, and access the interactive map. The Highway of Tears refers to a km length of Yellowhead Highway 16 in British Columbia where many women mostly Indigenous have disappeared or been found murdered. The Highway of Tears is part of a larger, national crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. In , the federal government launched a national inquiry into these cases.