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Summary of Good News report for Canada - Tuesday 29 August 2006
by Global Good News staff writer
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31 August 2006
Signs of Canada rising to invincibility, through the assembly of experts trained in the science and art of creating coherence through Maharishi's Technologies of Consciousness, are seen in today's reports from the press.
29 August 2006
The Toronto Star - Tory plan links air quality with health
Protecting the health of children and the elderly will be a major selling point of the Conservative government's made-in-Canada environment plan to be unveiled as early as next month, say environmentalists briefed by senior federal officials.
The health claim would rest on cutting emissions of compounds that create urban smog, which hits the very young and old the hardest.
Dale Marshall, a climate change expert with the David Suzuki Foundation who was at a briefing, agreed the government's plan would connect air quality with health.
'That's going to be the focus for sure—how improvements in environmental quality lead to improvements in the health of Canadians, especially children,' he said.
CBC News - Big jump in mortgage business propels Scotiabank profits higher
Scotiabank said its third-quarter profits jumped 19 per cent to a record $939 million (93 cents a share).
'Both retail and commercial lending revenues grew strongly in domestic banking, led by a substantial increase in residential mortgages,' the bank said in a release.
The bank's financial statements revealed that its total lending portfolio has risen $25 billion since the start of the fiscal year—led by a $12-billion increase in domestic residential mortgages,thanks to what the bank called 'the continued strong domestic economy.'
CBC News - US travel spending rebounds in Canada
American visitors spent an estimated $2.2 billion in Canada during the second quarter of 2006....
That figure was up four per cent from the previous three months, and marked the first quarter since the end of 2004 in which spending in Canada by American travellers increased.
Foreign travellers to Canada spent $4 billion in second quarter of this year, marking a 3.1 per cent rise from the previous quarter.
The rise in total foreign spending was the first such quarterly increase since the last three months of 2004.
28 August 2006
CBC News - Overall crime rate down in Vancouver
The overall number of crimes in Vancouver is 'falling dramatically,'... the police department's annual report says.
Chief Jamie Graham said the number of crime incidents was down 7.5 per cent in 2005, and that decline continued this year.
And finally, a report on a superficial experience that brings to mind the total bliss available right here on the Earth through Yogic Flying:
The National Post - 'Magical ... to fly, to float'
Dr Marc Garneau ... was the first Canadian in space, a veteran of three space flights....
On Dr Garneau's first trip into space, during the 1984 mission aboard the shuttle Challenger, he conducted a number of experiments, including his own physical reactions to weightless conditions. The experience was not only thrilling but deeply affected his view of the world....
He remembers the experience as 'magical ... to fly, to float, to be able to do it, the sheer novelty of being weightless and floating around. It kind of brings out the kid in you. I found myself giggling up there. There's almost a euphoria.'
These are a few of the news reports reflecting Canada's rising invincibility from the growing Yogic Flying groups across Canada.
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