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Good news report from Canada, 15 January 2007
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16 January 2007
15 January was the 15th day of the seventh month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
15 January 2007
Canadian Press — Alberta and British Columbia drive non-residential building construction to record high (15 January 2007)
Investment in commercial, industrial, and institutional projects totalled more than $35 billion in 2006, up 10.8 per cent from 2005 and a sixth straight annual record.
Spending rose last year in all three components: In the commercial sector, it was up 12.3 per cent from 2005 to $20.2 billion; in the industrial sector, it climbed 9.5 per cent to $5.7 billion; in the institutional sector, it jumped 8.4 per cent to $9.2 billion.
Annual increases were posted in eight provinces, with Alberta and British Columbia registering the largest dollar gains in the total value of non-residential building investment. Alberta was up 37.8 per cent to $6.7 billion and British Columbia rose 25.9 per cent to $4.9 billion, both record highs.
Canadian Press — Vehicle sales rose three per cent (15 January 2007)
Strong demand for North American-built passenger cars drove new motor vehicle sales three per cent higher in November, and Statistics Canada reports the automotive industry is saying sales continued to rebound in December.
Canadian Press — Economic statistics (13 January 2007)
This year's Canadian potato harvest was the best crop in history, amounting to a 14.5 per cent production increase.
Consumers spent $10.5 billion on gasoline, diesel, lubes, and additives in the third quarter, an annual increase of 7.5 per cent, the first time since the beginning of 2005 that the increase has been less than 10 per cent on a year-over-year basis. That compares with a 26 per cent increase in the same period last year.
The National Post — Strong December sustains very good resale year, taking it to within 1.2 per cent of 2005 record (13 January 2007)
According to figures released by the Toronto Real Estate Board, December resales activity increased by 4 per cent over the same month the year previous, bringing 2006's total to within 1.2 per cent of 2005's record total sales. Strong sales at the tail end of the year—a normally quiet time in the business—helped sustain the numbers. Dorothy Mason, TREB president, said in a release that the year end result proves 'the market is on solid footing and is in excellent shape heading into 2007.'
Reuters Canada — Ottawa earmarks $396 million to fund 'eManifest' system for trade with US (13 January 2007)
Canada will implement an 'eManifest' system to try to speed up and make safer the flow of goods across the US border in what is the world's richest trading relationship, under which highway and rail carriers would submit cargo and crew information electronically before arriving at the border.
Perrin Beatty, head of the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters industry group, said this would 'further streamline cross-border trade, lead to greater harmonisation between Canada and US processes, and bring increased predictability to the trans-border trade environment.'
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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