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In 1981The province says all adult Quebecers will be able to register for vaccines by May 14 and receive their first shots by June 24., in the grip of what in retrospect I realise must have been a premature midlife crisis, I sold my three-bedroom south London semi for £65,000 and moved into a loft in Wapping. I left my Habitat kitchen and the stained-glass window depicting a galleon over the front door behind and moved into Metropolitan Wharf, a 19th-century Thames-side warehouse with 2,000 square feet of agoraphobia-inducing, wide-open raw space. It was big enough for an indoor bike ride.

Strictly speaking, my three-year, non-residential warehouse lease
prohibited me from living there. So I built a box in one corner to hide the
evidence of illegal habitation — in case of any unannounced visits from the landlord — installed a shower and hoped for the best.

I’d spent the previous summer in an artist’s studio in TribecaChief Investigative Reporter, New Yorks vaccine rollout has been running far behind schedule, and liked the idea of finding something similar in London, where loft living was not yet the phenomenon that attracted the attention of estate agents. It was still a precarious way of life for working artists that offered little securityThe European group said Friday that it is investigating four reports of unusual clots.

The warehouses of WappingThe initial phase of Canada, still smelling faintly of spicesThe group, fitted the part. Metropolitan Wharf stood outThe company. Air Canada will also have access to a $1.4-billion loan that it will draw from to repay customers who bought non-refundable fares but did not travel due t. Its woodwork had been painted pillar-box red to distract from the crumbling brickwork. Its top floor, with the river view, had once been occupied by a colony of architects, including a youthful David ChipperfieldHundreds of people gathered in Old Montréal tonight in defiance of a new 8 p.m. curfew.. There was a specialist dealer in Dr Who artefacts on the floor below and a music-equipment hire business above me, with an earnest co-operative growing mung beans in the basement.

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