Cheap Jerseys china

//Cheap Jerseys china

value and support conservation efforts of our stakeholders and encourage individuals to become involved at a local level. Wildlife Week, from April 5 to 11, is an annual program created by CWF to celebrate the country’s natural beauty and support its conservation. Originally proclaimed in 1947, it falls on the birthdate of the late Jack Miner, who is credited with saving the Canada goose from extinction.

Friday would mark Miner’s 150th birthday. In honour of his contributions to Canada’s conservation movement, this week’s theme is “Wild Migrations.” The CWF will use this week to highlight Canadian migrating species and their journeys.

Additionally, the wild migrations map is available free of charge in partnership with Canadian Geographic. This educational program sends a floor map of North America to schools, camps and youth programs across the country.

Students can walk on the map, 10.7 metres by 7.9 metres in dimension,Cheap Jerseys china learning scientifically researched and satellite tracked migration routes of 20 at risk species that call Canada home.

Canadian manufacturing growth slows in June

TORONTO The pace of growth in Canada’s manufacturing sector stepped back in June as measures of output, new business and employment all fell, data showed on Monday, the latest sign Canada’s economy is struggling to gain momentum.

The RBC Canadian Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ index (PMI), a measure of manufacturing business conditions, dipped to a seasonally adjusted 51.8 last month from 52.1 in May.

It was the fourth month in a row the index has been above the 50 threshold that indicates growth in the sector, but the latest reading signaled only a modest upturn and was the weakest pace of improvement since March.

Slower output growth was one of the major drags on the headline PMI. The output index fell to 51.5 from May’s 11 month high of 52.8, as manufacturers reported softer client demand and efforts to reduce finished goods inventories at their plants.

New orders fell to 50.8 from 51.9, taking a further step back from a 16 month peak of 52.4 in April, and employment dipped to 52.0 from 52.2 as heightened uncertainty about the business outlook and a lack of pressure on operating capacity weighed.

A marginal upturn in overall new business volumes was indicated by manufacturers, but driven by domestic sales as new export work was broadly unchanged over the month. demand should drive further exports, however growing economic uncertainty means that the roller coaster we’ve experienced recently in the Canadian export market will likely continue,” said Craig Wright, chief economist at RBC.

The Canadian economy continues to struggle with the impact of cheaper oil, a major export for the country. Data released last week showed only modest growth in the economy in April after two months of declines, paving the way for a sickly second quarter on the back of the devastation caused by major wildfires in Alberta.

Canadian astronaut’s amazing pics from space

“Humans need straight lines, nature doesn’t. Indecisive river and orderly farmers, central Asia.” via via Chris Hadfield’s Twitter feedChris Hadfield

“Baie des Chaleurs, New Brunswick, Canada. The name means ‘bay of warmth’, but the fingers of ice disagree.” via Chris Hadfield’s Twitter feedChris Hadfield

“Halifax NS, on a crystal clear day. The type of city where you can easily see why sailors would have settled there.” via Chris Hadfield’s Twitter feedChris Hadfield

“Chesapeake Bay from far away you can even see the causeway.” via Chris Hadfield’s Twitter feedChris Hadfield

“St Mary’s County, MD home of Patuxent River NAS, where I was a test pilot before becoming an astronaut.” via Chris Hadfield’s Twitter feedChris Hadfield

“El Ejido, Spain you can easily tell where the people live, even from orbit.” via Chris Hadfield’s Twitter feedChris Hadfield

“Key Largo, FL home of the Aquarius underwater habitat; I commanded a crew of 6 for 2 weeks on the ocean floor here.”Chris Hadfield

“Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, and the town where I was born, Sarnia Ontario.” via Chris Hadfield’s Twitter feedChris Hadfield