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25 January 2007
24 January was the 24th day of the seventh month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
24 January 2007
The National Post - Commodity prices send TSX roaring back (24 January 2007)
Canadian stocks enjoyed their best rally in more than three months yesterday. The TSX composite index closed up 205.1 points or 1.61%—the biggest percentage increase since mid-October.
Reuters Canada - November budget surplus triples from '05 (23 January 2007)
Canada had a November budget surplus of C$304 million, more than three times the C$85 million surplus of November 2005, the Finance Department said on Tuesday. Revenue grew by C$1 billion in November year-over-year on a 10.9 per cent gain in personal income tax revenue and a 4.1 per cent rise in corporate income tax collection. The surplus from the start of the fiscal year in April through November totaled C$6.08 billion.
Reuters Canada - 2007 budget to continue with tax cuts: Harper (23 January 2007) Canada's budget in 2007 will continue to cut taxes, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said. The Conservatives introduced tax cuts totaling C$20 billion (US$17 billion) over a two-year period in their first budget in May.
CBC News - Environment motivating Ontario voters, pollster says (24 January 2007) The environment has jumped in recent weeks from its normal eighth or ninth spot on the list of people's concerns to second (behind health) says a leading pollster. That seems to reflect a national trend.
CBC News - Gasoline at its cheapest in almost 2 years: survey (24 January 2007) Average gasoline prices in Canada have fallen to their lowest levels in almost two years, according to a weekly survey of pump prices. An average litre of regular gasoline in 10 Canadian cities cost 83.7 cents. That's down 3.4 cents from last week's survey. The last time gasoline prices were this low was 1 March 2005.
The National Post - Canadian companies lead charge of foreign firms buying up US corporate assets (24 January 2007) Foreign firms announced acquisitions in the United States worth about US$219 billion in 2006, up 57% from 2005. Canadian-based companies were the most active acquisitors in the United States, with US$44.6 billion in deals—up from US$12.7 billion in 2005.
The Globe and Mail - Nationwide healthy school strategy urged (23 January 2007) Teachers, principals, and public-health officials are calling for a comprehensive school-health strategy, one that includes removing junk food from all schools and promoting physical activity. More than 30 non-governmental agencies have endorsed a statement on school health that follows a Globe and Mail series on the failure of the Canadian education system to promote and model healthy behaviour.
'Education ministers need to report on what our kids know about health, just like they do for science, math and reading,' said Maryanne Doherty, chairwoman of the School Health Research Network and a professor at the University of Alberta.
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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