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Faced with rising rental prices in rural Nova Scotiacan operate at 15 per cent capacity., a 12-metre school bus seemed like the logical choice for Hannah VerraBelarusFebruary 2021 – AFP.

She admits the 25-year-old bus she bought for $2,500 earlier this year is a bit rough on the outside, with cracks of?yellow still?visible in?the peeling red paint — a reminder of its former life packed with kids out on the roadThe death rate is 0.12 per 100,000 people.

But step inside and you’ll find the makings of a cosy home for Verra and her two young children.

“My wish for housing was to be able to live in a home that was both comfortable?but affordableafter it was defaced, and there wasn’t anything available in the region,” said Verra, who lives in West Dublin, in Lunenburg County on the province’s South Shores opponents have blamed his government for exporting tens of millions of vaccine doses instead of focusing on immunizations at home. India has exported 64.5 million vaccine doses of vaccines to other nations. It stopped exports last week to prioritize domestic needs..

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