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Good news report from Canada, 12 January 2007
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14 January 2007
12 January was the 12th day of the seventh month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
12 January 2007
The National Post — Eastern execs anticipate boost in sales this year (9 January 2007)
Executives in Eastern and Central Canada, where economic growth has lagged the boom in the West, suggest they are more optimistic about sales prospects in 2007, a Bank of Canada survey found. The outlook from 100 members of senior management of Canadian companies surveyed found that businesses expect their sales over the next 12 months to increase above the previous year's growth.
Among the most bullish were companies in Eastern and Central Canada. Their optimism increased from the last survey. Moreover, the firms said they believe inflation will be tamer this year. Also of note was that the economy appears to be operating at near capacity. Other findings indicate that 40 per cent of companies are planning to increase their spending on productivity-enhancing machinery and equipment, while close to half are expecting to boost their number of employees.
The Montreal Gazette — For a laid-back economy, local job market is hyperactive (11 January 2007)
Montreal has been enjoying a bumper crop of new jobs. Montreal's good fortune is broad-based, which suggests it could continue for awhile. Most of this job growth—about 57,000 of the 62,000 jobs gained in the past year—came during a powerful surge that began only seven months ago.
The Toronto Star — Main indices advance on optimism US economy is in for a soft landing (12 January 2007)
An advance across most sectors sent the Toronto stock market 62.35 points higher on 11 January to 12,519.9 amid renewed optimism about the US economy.
CBC News — Ottawa mayor wants to build, sell homes to the poor (11 January 2007)
The City of Ottawa should set up its own development company to help low-income families buy their own homes, says Mayor Larry O'Brien. O'Brien told CBC's Ottawa Morning that he envisioned the company building homes on city-owned land and guaranteeing loans so low-income people could afford to buy them.
The Toronto Star — Environmentalists hail ban on burning old motor oil (12 January 2007)
A provincial decision was announced 11 January to ban service stations from burning used motor oil to heat their shops. The environment ministry says about 10 million litres of used oil from vehicle oil changes is burned yearly in small space heaters at almost 700 locations across the province, typically auto repair shops and auto dealers, that it's hoped will now be diverted to re-refining and reuse.
The City of Toronto has been vehemently opposed to the burning because it releases contaminants such as lead, zinc, and arsenic into the atmosphere.
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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