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Good news report from Canada, 18 January 2007
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21 January 2007
18 January was the 18th day of the seventh month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
18 January 2007
The Toronto Star - Economy to hum in '07 (18 January 2007)
Canada's economy will pick up this year and next, the Bank of Canada predicted. Canadian gross domestic product is forecast to expand by 2.3 per cent this year and by 2.8 per cent in 2008, according to the central bank's monetary policy report update.
Reuters Canada - Canada manufacturing shipments soar in November (18 January 2007)
A strong showing by the transportation equipment sector helped push up Canadian manufacturing shipments by 2.3 per cent in November over October. The sector shipped C$9.7 billion worth of products overall in November, the highest level in eight months. The increase was much greater than the 1.1 per cent rise forecast by analysts. Thirteen sectors of the economy, representing 73 per cent of total output, reported increases.
From a Canadian Press report on this: Taking price fluctuations into account, the volume of shipments increased two per cent to $44.7 billion, the largest single monthly constant-dollar increase in 15 months.
Bloomberg News - Foreigners bought C$11 billion of Canada securities in November (18 January 2007)
Foreigners unexpectedly bought more Canadian securities than they sold in November, as their investments in bonds surged. International investors bought a net C$11 billion of Canadian assets in November. Foreigners boosted their holdings of Canadian bonds by a net C$11.3 billion during the month, the second-largest monthly increase on record. Foreigners also bought C$1.46 billion of shares in Canadian stocks.
Reuters Canada - Canada bank executives say credit quality at peak (17 January 2007)
Credit conditions for Canadian corporations are at a peak level, executives at some of Canada's largest banks said. 'I believe that we're probably in the best credit conditions that we've ever seen, right now, from a large corporate credit viewpoint, and therefore we are peaking,' said Gerry McCaughey, president and chief executive of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
CanWest News Service - IT sector revs up on West Coast (17 January 2007)
When you juxtapose 'hot jobs' and 'Vancouver' in the same sentence, many would immediately think of the construction industry. A little less obvious is a large and growing group of Information Technology workers, that has been spurred by a bubbling provincial economy and the continuing demand for computer-based services.
A recent national report by IT staffing services provider CNC Global pinpointed Vancouver as posting the fastest growth in full-time positions in the country, with demand up more than 130 per cent from the previous year. Overall, the year-end numbers for Canada also confirm the demand for IT professionals is up 14 per cent from 2005. CNC Global said 2006 represented the strongest hiring demand in the company's 25-year history.
Canadian Press reports (18 January 2007)
Same-day car travel from the United States increased 1.5 per cent to an estimated 1.1 million trips, while overall travel from the United States edged up 0.6 per cent to 2.3 million trips.
Travel from overseas countries climbed to its highest level since March, up 2.1 per cent to 379,000, with the largest gains coming from South Korea (up 9.5 per cent) and India (8.2).
In the opposite direction, record travel to overseas countries and increases in both same-day and overnight travel to the United States by Canadians pushed travel abroad to its highest level since January 2001.
RICHMOND/CKNW(AM980)- First Nations hear from BC's favourite billionaire (18 January 2007)
BC's biggest billionaire has delivered a message to First Nations business leaders, we do care. Speaking to over three hundred aboriginal business leaders, Jimmy Pattison dispensed advice and pledged his support for the successful development of First Nations businesses in the Province: 'We're interested in the success of the First Nation's people in our Province. If it's a business deal, then we'll look at it on a business basis, but put that aside. We want you to succeed. We want to help you if we can, it's just that simple.' The Pattison Group already has a partnership with the Nisga'a First Nation.
These are a few of the news reports reflecting Canada's rising invincibility from the growing Yogic Flying groups across Canada and the Invincible America Assembly at Maharishi University of Management and Maharishi Vedic City, USA.
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