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15 March 2007
13 March was the 13th day of the ninth month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
13 March 2007
Reuters Canada - Canada employers upbeat on hiring plans: survey (13 March 2007) Canadian employers expect to hire more workers in the second quarter. The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, taken from 9 to 24 January, found that 30 per cent of employers surveyed plan to increase their payrolls in the second quarter of 2007. 'Employers are telling us that over the next three months they will continue to add to their payrolls at a steady rate,' Lori Rogers, vice-president of Manpower Canada, said. 'The (second quarter) seasonally adjusted data is a good indication that the Canadian job market will remain favorable.' The survey showed employers in Western Canada had the most robust net employment outlook, followed by Atlantic Canada, Ontario and Quebec.
Canadian Press - Hydrogen boost as Harper hands out more eco-cash in British Columbia (13 March 2007) Prime Minister Harper doled out more of the $1.5-billion EcoTrust environmental fund on 13 March, to British Columbia for projects such as a 'hydrogen highway' of recharging stations for fuel cells. 'Hydrogen fuel cells have the potential to produce energy much more efficiently than the conventional internal combustion engine,' Harper said. 'They run almost silently; best of all their only byproduct is water vapour.' Fuel cells convert hydrogen and oxygen into electricity. Canada is recognized as a leader in fuel cell and hydrogen technology. The money announced is also for projects aimed at the extraction of energy from wood waste and for new geothermal and bioenergy projects.
CBC News on this - Prime Minister doles out British Columbia's $200M share of eco-cash (13 March 2007) Prime Minister Harper joined BC Premier Gordon Campbell to announce $200 million in funding for BC to help reduce greenhouse gases and support clean energy technologies. Campbell said his goal was to set a 'West Coast example' for the rest of the world by achieving a hydrogen highway stretching from Vancouver to Southern California by 2010. The prime minister called hydrogen the 'dominant form of energy in the future'.
The Globe and Mail - PEI sells wind-power bonds (13 March 2007) Prince Edward Island has raised $5 million by issuing a novel series of 'energy savings bonds' to the public to help pay the costs of a 10-turbine wind farm that began pumping power into the grid in January. The province is considering public bond issues to pay for other renewable energy projects. 'The more that we can own and be in charge of our own destiny, the better off we're going to be,' said Jamie Ballem, Minister of Environment, Energy and Forestry. PEI is emerging as one of Canada's leading wind-power players. About 12.5 per cent of PEI's power comes from wind. That will rise to 15 per cent by the spring. PEI could likely generate 20 per cent of its power from wind.
The Globe and Mail - Energy savings from the ground up (13 March 2007) Lange Transportation in Ontario became the first company in Canada to retrofit a large warehouse with geothermal technology. The 70,000-square-foot warehouse and office building is heated and cooled with renewable geothermal energy. The energy doesn't fluctuate with above ground conditions. And then there's the environmental benefit: A geothermal system this size will do away with about 158,000 tonnes of carbon-dioxide emissions over the system's 20-year lifespan. '. . . when you see an immediate savings of $5,631 in one month, you realize you can be a smart business person and an environmentalist at the same time,' said Mr Eric Lange, president of Lange Transportation.
CBC News- Canada-US deal expected to increase air travel choices (12 March 2007) Canada and the United States have agreed to an air travel deal that's expected to provide greater flight choices and cheaper fares. The Open Skies agreement means that Canadian and US airlines will be able to pick up passengers in each other's country as long as the flight is heading on to a third country. Canadian and US officials will meet with their Mexican counterpart to bring that country into the agreement as well, the CBC's Henry Champ reported. There are European agreements as well, and Canadian and US governments want open skies with the rest of the world, he said. The Canada-US market is the largest international air transportation market in the world.
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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