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12 March 2007
10 March was the 10th day of the ninth month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
10 March 2007
Bloomberg News - Canadian stocks gain 1.5 per cent in week, paced by financial shares (9 March 2007) Canadian stocks rose on 9 March, with the TSX Composite Index gaining 6.40 to 13,057.37. The benchmark index advanced 1.5 per cent this week. A measure of financial companies, which accounts for almost one-third of the TSX, has risen 2 per cent this week. Royal Bank, the country's largest lender, has gaining 6.5 per cent since 1 March. Over the past two weeks, five of the six biggest Canadian banks reported first-quarter profit that exceeded analysts' estimates.
The Globe and Mail - Jobs, export surge confirm recovery December rally carries into new year (10 March 2007) The economy rebounded strongly in December, and yesterday's jobs and trade reports confirmed the trend. While the services sector accounted for most of the new jobs, the manufacturing labour situation has been surprisingly stable for the past six months, after almost two years of decline. Also, strong exports in January followed two previous months of strength, firmly cementing a positive trend, said Marc Levesque, chief economics strategist at TD Securities.
Reuters Canada - Canadian dollar jumps, bonds fall on strong data (9 March 2007)The Canadian dollar jumped to a one-week high against the US currency on strong economic data. It also jumped to its highest level in nearly two weeks against the euro and surged versus the yen. Bond prices fell, as the strong Canadian reports combined with robust US data pushed back expectations of interest rate cuts. Friday's strong data built on recent reports suggesting the economy is growing faster than previously thought.
The Globe and Mail - Toronto sees the (high-efficiency, long-lasting) light (10 March 2007) It costs a lot to run Toronto's 160,000 street lights: $11 million a year. But the city thinks it has found a way to eventually cut that figure in half, with light emitting diode (LED) street lights.
According to Gord Perks, Mayor David Miller's point man on environmental issues, this is an important part of the city's climate plan. Street lighting is one of the biggest users of electricity within the city, Perks says, 'so it's quite a substantial amount of electricity. And a program that will get rid of half of that is certainly exciting.' After the pilot project—'which we're sure will work,' Deputy Mayor Joe Pantalone says —the city is planning a quick rollout of LED street lights.
The Globe and Mail - Future looks sunny for Greater Toronto Area (10 March 2007) Solar power is rising up in Toronto's agenda. In fire stations, where the lights never go off, the city is trying to lower the costs and environmental impact with solar power and water heating. 'We have an overall program to retrofit all fire stations for energy efficiency,' says Heinrick Feistner, a senior energy consultant. Indoor pools, with their expensive heating bills, are naturals for thermal solar water heating. The city put solar heating systems in four pools last year and plans to install them in 10 more by year's end.
CanWest News Service - Alberta's climate-change initiative earns rare praise from Green Party leaders (10 March 2007) The fight against global warming appears to have created an almost unheard of thaw between both the federal and provincial Greens and the Alberta government. Premier Stelmach earned some rare praise from the traditional critics. Federal Green Leader Elizabeth May said she was pleasantly surprised by the emissions policy announced by Stelmach, and that the plan is a step in the right direction.
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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