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14 May 2007
4 May was the 4th day of the eleventh month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
4 May 2007
The Globe and Mail - TSX hits another record (4 May 2007) Canada's benchmark equity index again closed in record territory Friday. The TSX composite jumped 82.89 points or 0.6 per cent to 13,769.89, topping the previous 18 April record high of 13,711.96.From a Bloomberg News report on this: The benchmark notched a weekly gain of 1 per cent and has risen 6.7 per cent this year. Financial stocks, seen as a proxy for the wider market's prospects, climbed 0.5 per cent as group.
Bloomberg News - Canada's Dollar Reaches 8-Month High on Economic Outlook, US Jobs Report (4 May 2007) The Canadian dollar traded at 90.31 US cents at 4:06 p.m., from 90.28 US cents yesterday. Earlier, it reached 90.64 cents, the highest since 1 September. For the week, the Canadian dollar gained 0.8 per cent, its seventh weekly gain and longest stretch of weekly gains since May 2002. Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge today reiterated that policy makers won't use interest rates to slow the currency's 5.3 per cent appreciation against the US dollar this year. Canada's economy grew 0.4 per cent in February, the fifth consecutive monthly gain, Statistic Canada reported on 30 April. The expansion backed a central bank estimate that growth accelerated in the first quarter.
The National Post - Air Canada and WestJet report record load factor for April (4 May 2007) Canada's two largest airlines yesterday reported yet another record month for filling their flights. The country's largest airline, Air Canada, reported a record April load factor, or average seats filled on its flights. Discount carrier WestJet Airlines Ltd., the country's second-largest carrier, said yesterday it too had a record load factor in April.
The Ottawa Citizen - Limit on transfats eyed in Ottawa eateries (4 May 2007) The Community and Protective Services Committee passed a motion Thursday asking Ottawa's medical officer of health to draft recommendations on phasing out the artery-clogging processed transfats in all restaurants and food establishments. 'It's a no-brainer,' said Councillor Alex Cullen, who introduced the motion. If approved by city council, the medical officer would suggest recommendations by the year's end on limiting trans fats. Toronto and Calgary are also looking into phasing out transfats.
The Toronto Star - These buildings are for the birds (4 May 2007) An estimated 1 million birds collide with buildings in Toronto annually. 'It's extremely sad because it's very much preventable,' Deputy Mayor Joe Pantalone told a news conference on new 'bird-friendly' development guidelines yesterday. Pantalone released a 42-page document, containing guidelines for architects and developers on how to design bird-friendly buildings. Among the recommendations are using less reflective glass, covering windows with film to mute reflections, installing awnings and overhangs and installing lights in such as way as to reduce light pollution. Pantalone said he'd like the guidelines to eventually become mandatory.
Canadian Press - Cdn scientists help discover molecular oxygen in space (3 May 2007) A team of scientists from Canada and other countries have discovered molecular oxygen in interstellar space. Until now, scientists have not been able to find oxygen in interstellar space. The team has been seeking the elusive oxygen molecule with an orbiting space observatory. Michel Fich, a University of Waterloo professor of physics and astronomy, says the molecule was found in a dense gas cloud in the constellation of Ophiuchus, about 500 light years away. Astrochemists have long argued that the basic molecules of life—water and oxygen—are abundant in the denser regions of the interstellar medium. The team's findings are reported in the current issue of Astronomy and Astrophysics.
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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