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10 March 2007

8 March was the 8th day of the ninth month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:

8 March 2007

The National Post - Toronto markets continue recovery (8 March 2007) The Toronto Stock Exchange's main index extended its recovery for a second straight session on 7 March, ending sharply higher. The TSX composite index closed up 121.42 points, or 0.9 per cent, at 12,989.61. Overall, eight of the TSX index's 10 main groups advanced. The benchmark index gained 2.2 per cent over Tuesday and Wednesday.

Bloomberg News - Canadian dollar volatility declines as price swings in euro, yen increase (8 March 2007) Traders are scaling back bets on volatility in the Canadian dollar after the currency swung less than the euro and yen in the wake of a global stock market rout. One-month implied volatility on options on the Canadian dollar versus the US dollar was 5.95 per cent in New York, unchanged from 26 February, the day before the tumble in shares began, and down from 7.63 per cent at the end of 2006. Implied volatility on the Canadian dollar, a measure of traders' expectations for price swings, may fall back to its November level, said Simon Smollett at Calyon Research in London. It touched 5 per cent on 17 November, and hasn't been lower since September 2000.

Reuters Canada - Bank of Canada sees good signs in US economy (8 March 2007) Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge said on 8 March he saw 'encouraging signs' in the US and that the outlook for Canada remained positive. 'While weakness in the US housing sector is likely to continue for a short while, the weakness doesn't appear to have spread to the rest of the US economy, and growth is expected to pick up over the course of 2007.'

CanWest News Service - Stelmach government goes green in Alta. (8 March 2007) The Alberta government is vowing a series of environmental initiatives. In addition to greenhouse gas regulations, there are plans to introduce a broader climate change action plan by fall 2007. 'The government will turn current environmental challenges into new opportunities,' Lt.-Gov. Norman Kwong said, kicking off the spring session. 'These initiatives will mark the beginning of a new era in managing the overall environmental effects of development.'

CBC News - Community colleges look for ways to go green (8 March 2007) Representatives of the 50 community colleges across Atlantic Canada met to share ideas on improving energy efficiency on their campuses. Cyrill Farrell, president of the Atlantic Provinces Community College Consortium, said it's time colleges set a better example 'to make colleges more aware of what climate change is all about, and to make sure that colleges have this on their mind both from a physical plant perspective as well as from a programs perspective.'

The Toronto Star - Ont. to push local fruit, veggies (8 March 2007) Premier McGuinty says Ontario is to launch a campaign to give homegrown fruits and vegetables higher profile on grocery store shelves. The Ontario Federation of Agriculture said this would see shoppers buying more local produce.

The Globe and Mail - Wind power market blowing strong in Canada (8 March 2007) ) Canada is now one of the world's quickest-growing wind power markets, and could be in the top five in the world by 2009, according to a new study. 'Almost overnight the Canadian wind power market has evolved from one of the world's largest and fastest growing wind power markets,' says the report from Emerging Energy Research. About $18 billion will be invested in the industry between now and 2015, amounting to about one-quarter of the growth in North America and 5 per cent of global growth. As a result of the boom in wind energy, as much as 5.5 per cent of Canada's energy mix could come from wind by 2015, up from 0.7 per cent in 2006.

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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