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26 January 2007
25 January was the 25th day of the seventh month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
25 January 2007
Bloomberg News - Dodge says Canada's economy is close to full capacity (25 January 2007)
Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge said the economy will remain close to full output through 2008 during a speech in Toronto sponsored by the Canadian Netherlands Business and Professional Association and the European Union Chamber of Commerce.
Domestic spending is boosting the economy, with existing-home sales rising to their fourth-highest-ever monthly level in December and new-home prices accelerating 11 per cent in November from a year earlier.
The country's jobless rate fell to 6.1 per cent in December, matching a 31-year low, and the most recent figures show inflation is easing, not accelerating.
Bloomberg News - Canadian stocks rise a second day, led by financials, TD Bank (24 January 2007)
Canadian stocks rose to the highest this year on 24 January, with the TSX Composite Index gaining 99.86 to 13,010.73. The benchmark, up 0.8 per cent this year, closed at the highest since its December 14 record of 13,021.77.
The Toronto Star - The bull keeps charging (25 January 2007) A panel of investment experts continues to be optimistic about Canada's main stock index in 2007.
The Toronto Star consulted investment strategists to get their predictions on the markets. All agreed that the S&P/TSX composite index is in for its fifth-straight year of gains, something in the 7 per cent to 9 per cent range.
The Toronto Star - Outlook for pensions solid in 2007 (25 January 2007)
Conditions were ripe for restoring financial health, a leading pension actuary has forecast. A combination of stable interest rates, unexpectedly good stock market returns and extra company contributions in 2006 helped improve the situation.
'It has just been doom and gloom (since 2001) and now for the first time we see optimism,' said Toronto actuary Ian Markham of Watson Wyatt Worldwide. He said more than half of all pension plans could be in a position to report a surplus over the next several months.
The Globe and Mail - Nova Scotia pledges 20 per cent renewable electrical energy (25 January 2007)
The Nova Scotia government plans to have close to 20 per cent of the province's electricity come from renewable sources by 2013. Energy Minister Bill Dooks announced the mandatory targets for power to be generated from sources including wind, tidal, biomass, solar and hydro. Six years from now, roughly 400 megawatts a day will come from clean, sustainable energy sources, enough energy to meet the needs of more than 100,000 households.
Canadian Press - More than 75 per cent want Green party leader in election TV debate: poll (24 January 2007)
A new poll suggests a large majority of Canadians, 77 per cent, want the leader of the Green party to participate in any televised leaders' debate before the next federal election. Support was remarkably consistent across party lines and geographic regions. The Green party has never won a seat in Parliament, but is currently polling around nine per cent in most national public-opinion surveys. The Greens have previously been excluded from national televised debates under a networks' policy requiring parties to have at least one elected member in the Commons.
Canadian Press - 6 premiers, 700 others join bid to end First Nations poverty (24 January 2007)
Gathering in Saskatoon for a landmark aboriginal business symposium, billed as the first of its kind, six premiers and 700 aboriginal and business leaders from across Canada put their heads together to talk about partnerships. Lawrence Joseph, chief of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, said 'Let's work together . . . I think together we can actually lead the First Nations out of the pits of poverty.' Assembly of First Nations Chief Phil Fontaine said, 'We see the eradication of poverty as an opportunity for the country and the business community. We see partnerships as the answer to ensuring that our community is a real and significant contributor to Canada's prosperity.'
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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