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2 February 2007
1 February was the 1st day of the eighth month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
1 February 2007
The Globe and Mail - Harper puts green machine in motion (1 February 2007) Stephen Harper moved to mend his government's international reputation on climate change by dispatching his Environment Minister to Paris for a key conference. While in Paris, Environment Minister John Baird will be briefed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a group of about 2,000 of the world's top climate scientists, that will release a major report tomorrow concluding there is 'unequivocal' evidence that climate change is real and is happening faster than expected. French President Jacques Chirac is expected to ask Mr Baird for Canada's support for a new United Nations environment organization.
Also, the Prime Minister said he is willing to take part in an emergency summit on global warming being called for by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. '...we all realize this is a serious environmental problem that needs immediate action', he told the Commons.
Bloomberg News - Canadian stocks rise to a record, paced by commodity producers (31 January 2007) The TSX Composite Index added 19.52 to close at 13,034.12 on 31 January, surpassing its previous record close of 13,021.77 on 14 December. The TSX rose 1 per cent in January, notching a fourth straight monthly gain, the longest streak since September 2005.
Bloomberg News - Canadian home sales last year missed 2005's record by 180 units (31 January 2007) Canadian existing-home sales just missed setting a new record in 2006. The 483,609 existing homes sold last year fell short of the 2005 mark by 180 units, the Canadian Real Estate Association said.
The Associated Press - Canada eyes role in Philippines peace (1 February 2007) Sweden has joined a bloc of nations backing peace talks aimed at settling a bloody Muslim rebellion in the southern Philippines, while Canada has expressed interest in following suit.
'This is like putting many umbilical cords to the peace process,' presidential peace talks adviser Jesus Dureza told AP. 'We really welcome foreign support that would help us forge a final peace agreement.'
A Canadian Embassy official met rebel leaders recently to express Ottawa's desire to join the team to help improve governance in Muslim-majority areas. Canadian Ambassador Peter Sutherland told reporters that his government wanted to help foster hope among Filipinos long entrenched in areas of conflict.
Canadian Press - Ontario doctors want smoking banned in cars with kids (1 February 2007) The Ontario Medical Association (OMA) issued a statement on 31 January urging the provincial government to follow in the footsteps of Bangor, Maine, which approved a new law 8 January prohibiting people from smoking in vehicles transporting children. Ontario doctors said that more must be done to increase awareness that adult tobacco use is also a child health problem.
A 2004 report by the OMA found that second-hand smoke is 23 times more toxic in a car than in a house. 'What we're finding is that the public is heavily on side for this and is coming more heavily on side with time,' said Dr Ted Boadway, a health consultant for the OMA, which represents 25,000 doctors across Ontario.
The National Post - Trade deal by BC, Alberta may grow (1 February 2007) The authors of a sweeping trade agreement between British Columbia and Alberta say they will likely usher another province or territory under its umbrella within the next year. The trade, investment, labour, and mobility agreement, when it takes effect this April, will effectively wipe out the economic border between BC and Alberta. Since signing it last year, BC economic development minister Colin Hansen has worked to persuade the rest of the country to join.
Talk of knocking down interprovincial commerce barriers will dominate discussions starting 2 February between the province's trade ministers. Federal finance minister Jim Flaherty has said easing internal trade is a priority. 'It's like dropping a pebble into the water, and the ripple which will eventually rise into a tide, you know, a wave that will I think better the country,' Guy Boutilier, Alberta's minister of intergovernmental relations said in an interview yesterday.
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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