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9 March 2007
7 March was the 7th day of the ninth month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
7 March 2007
Bloomberg News - Canada stocks rally amid world rebound (6 March 2007) The TSX Composite Index rose 156.94, or 1.2 per cent, to 12,868.19 on Tuesday, the biggest gain since 23 January, as the benchmark's 10 industry groups all advanced. 'It's still a good environment to invest in stocks,' said Ian Nakamoto, director of research at MacDougall, MacDougall & MacTier Inc., which manages $3.8 billion in Toronto. 'Interest rates are low so other assets are less palatable. Profitability is still quite good.'
The National Post - Emerson on India trade mission (7 March 2007) David Emerson, Minister of International Trade, is set to lead a trade mission to India, from 12 to 16 March, in a bid to drum up business opportunities for Canadian companies in the infrastructure sector. Mr Emerson will be accompanied by officials from companies such as Bombardier Inc. and construction giant Aecon Group Inc.
'Canada sees tremendous opportunities for a closer commercial relationship with India,' Mr Emerson said. 'This trip will lay the groundwork for more cooperation and collaboration, both at the government and business levels.' This would be the Trade Minister's first official mission to India, the world's second-largest country.
The Vancouver Province - British Columbia launches all-out war on tobacco (7 March 2007) Tough anti-smoking legislation introduced 6 March is aimed at making tobacco products invisible in BC stores by next 1 January and available only by request. The new law will also ban smoking in all indoor public places and on school grounds. The tactic is part of a sweeping plan to counter the use of tobacco, blamed for $2.3 billion a year in health-care costs, and the deaths of 6,000 British Columbians each year. BC is already suing several tobacco companies, seeking financial compensation for health-care costs.
The Toronto Star - Building permits soar, resale homes hot (7 March 2007) It's going to be a busy spring for home sales and building projects in the Toronto market, where building permits for January showed an unexpectedly large monthly increase of 21 per cent, representing more than $1.2 billion worth of future residential and commercial activity, according to Statistics Canada.
Those figures were supported by a report from the Toronto Real Estate Board that showed strong resale home sales in February. 'While the weather last month remained cold, Toronto's resale housing market remained hot,' said TREB president Dorothy Mason. Mason said she expected the spring market to produce comparable numbers to the past several years, which have been record or near-record performances. In the Toronto area, both residential and non-residential construction intentions were up significantly from a month ago, according to Statistics Canada.
Canadian Press - Canada's biggest airlines fly fuller in February even as they add capacity (6 March 2007) Canada's biggest airlines filled a greater proportion of seats in February, compared with a year ago, even as they increased capacity in what is typically a slow month for the airlines. National Bank analyst David Newman said, 'It's not just about the Canadian market. It's also about the transborder market (to the United States).' Newman said the airlines are returning to the levels where they were before the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States.
Canadian Press - Farm commodity prices rise 4.4 per cent in December as grain, oilseeds surge (7 March 2007) Statistics Canada reports that, overall, producers received prices for crops that were 15.1 per cent above those of December 2005, marking the fourth straight month of year-over-year increases.
The Toronto Star - Well, at least we're trying to eat healthier (7 March 2007) The good news in a new poll: Nearly half of Canadians have tried to make their lifestyles healthier. The methods they employ, in descending order of popularity: exercise, eating healthy foods, cutting down on junk food and fast food, eating smaller portions, whittling fat consumption, reducing sugar intake.
The National Post reports (6 March 2007) The wind energy industry is now working with electricity system operators across Canada to design policies that maximize potential wind energy integration (and its environmental and economic benefits) while maintaining or improving system reliability. Provincial governments and utilities have adopted targets that would see wind energy production in Canada increase by a minimum 700 per cent in the next decade.
The Victoria Times Colonist - Ottawa gives $700,000 to fix park (6 March 2007) Vancouver Island's Pacific Rim National Park, home to the famed West Coast Trail, is getting $700,000 in federal funds for recovery efforts stemming from December's devastating windstorms. 'Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is one of the jewels of the West Coast,' Natural Resources Minister Gary Lunn said. Pacific Rim National Park Reserve encompasses about 50,000 hectares along the Island's west coast.
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.
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