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27 February 2007
24 February was the 24th day of the eighth month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
24 February 2007
The Calgary Herald - Harper to create new northern parks (24 February 2007) Prime Minister Stephen Harper is set to unveil a plan to protect 100,000 square kilometres of sensitive Northwest Territories land by granting it national park or protected status. The plan for the five northern sites—expected to cost $25 million plus $4 million a year to maintain—was praised by environmental groups on Friday.
The Globe and Mail - Miller toughens line on climate change (22 February 2007) Toronto residents are ready for 'bold action' on climate change, promising aggressive measures to combat smog, spur transit use, and promote the design and construction of 'green' buildings, Mayor David Miller told an environment conference at the University of Toronto. Miller will present a major plan by late March. Keith Stewart, manager of the climate-change programme for the World Wildlife Federation of Canada, is one of several experts asked this week to advise the city's parks and environment committee on ways Toronto can reduce the emission of greenhouse gases.
The Ottawa Citizen - Forces want to go green in bid to cut fuel costs (24 February 2007) In a bid to trim mounting fuel costs, the Canadian Forces are looking to alternative energy sources as well as getting better performance from equipment they purchase. A new office at Defence headquarters has been established to be the central clearing house on such issues, including setting standards and procedures for the use of alternative energy such as biodiesel.
The Montreal Gazette - Group wants changes in laws to promote car sharing (20 February 2007) Car-sharing advocates say they could greatly reduce traffic jams, car accidents, and unhealthy gas emissions if municipal governments would lend a hand, such as reserving parking spaces for car-share members. Communauto, the first and one of the largest private car-share companies in North America, says their programme has already eliminated 4,000 private cars from Quebec roads, and reduced annual carbon dioxide gas emissions by 1.2 tonnes per member.
Canadian Press - Ottawa extends time foreign workers can stay in Canada (23 February 2007) Foreign workers coming to Canada on temporary work visas can have their stay extended to 24 months, up from 12 months. The application process will also be simplified, with application forms available online starting 1 April.
Canadian Press - US delays fees on Canadian goods again to look at other options (22 February 2007) The US government says it will delay collecting new fees on Canadian goods aboard trucks and trains to pay for more inspections until June. Business groups on both sides of the border are hoping the move will lead to shelving the plan altogether, saying the plan will clog crossings, cause delays, and raise business costs.
Bloomberg News reports (23 February 2007) Canadian stocks notched the sixth record in eight days and tenth this month. The TSX Composite Index added 25.55 to 13,343.53, for its sixth weekly gain in seven weeks.
Bloomberg News - Canada's Dollar Rises a for Third Week as Economy Strengthens (24 February 2007) Canada's dollar rose for a third straight week, its longest streak since August, on government reports on exports and jobs showing signs of economic strength.
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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