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23 January 2007
20 January was the 20th day of the seventh month of Canadian national consciousness rising to invincibility, as indicated by the following press reports:
20 January 2007
The Toronto Star - Meeting with Abbas 'positive', MacKay says (20 January 2007) 'We have seen a commitment tonight from the Foreign Minister of Canada to a two-state solution, toward pursuing a meaningful peace process and toward the implementation of the road map,' Saeb Erekat, an aide for Abbas said following talks on 19 January between Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
'What I am going to do throughout my time in the region is to meet with other important players here in the region and listen carefully to find a way in which Canada can make a positive contribution and bring a constructive and reasoned voice to this important discussion which is happening in the region now,' MacKay said.
From an Associated Press report on this: 'Our message in the region is clear: we support efforts that will lead to a peaceful and comprehensive resolution to the Arab-Israeli conflict, including the creation of a Palestinian state,' MacKay is quoted as saying in a news release from the Foreign Affairs department in Ottawa.
The National Post - Bay Street ends week on a high note (20 January 2007) The Toronto Stock Exchange's main index rose almost 80 points on 19 January as a rebound in commodity prices helped push the benchmark to finish the week on a positive note for its second weekly gain in a row.
From a Bloomberg News report on this: The market was also lifted by a report showing consumer confidence in the US exceeded economists' forecasts, raising expectations Canada's largest trading partner may avoid an economic slump.
The Toronto Star - Pump prices plunge, bounce back (20 January 2007) Gasoline prices fell briefly as low as 66.5 cents per litre in the Greater Toronto Area on 18 January night and 19 January, the cheapest they've been in at least a year and a half.
The wholesale price of light, sweet crude rose to (US)$51.99 a barrel on 19 January after dipping below $50 a barrel on 18 January. That price is still down by about 15 per cent from 1 January. The market has yet to see a sustained rally. Some market watchers say that indicates oil might have more to fall.
The Globe and Mail - Happy days in Halifax (20 January 2007) Halifax has become a more certain place with a revived sense of self, aided by the presence of a dozen or so universities and colleges within its perimeter, its being the seat of government, and the sheer beauty of the province. There is a sound future for this historic city yet.
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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