Canadian Crystal Seer Predicts Bush Win

Canadian Crystal Seer Predicts Bush Win










(PRWEB) October 29, 2004

Canadian mindreader Blair Robertson claims his crystal ball shows a clear and decisive win by George W. Bush.

“It seems amazing right now, but I sense that Bush will clearly be the winner this time. I sense that John Kerry will start to buckle under the pressure of the last few days and will have yet another major contradiction that sinks him. It will be revealed later that it was an innocent mistake, but it will be too late”, says Robertson.

Robertson has predicted Canadian elections since the 1980’s, although he states “I am not political in any way, this is just for fun”.

In 1993, Robertson predicted the Canadian Liberal landslide victory right down to the exact seats the party would win. The written prediction was sealed in a safe a month in advance by an Ottawa Newspaper.

Blair Robertson performs entertaining hypnosis and mindreading for corporate audiences. His website is http://www.BlairRobertson.com


















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DNV Certification Establishes Canadian Office for Climate Change Services

DNV Certification Establishes Canadian Office for Climate Change Services










(PRWEB) May 12, 2005

DNV Certification (DNV) a global leader in Greenhouse Gas (GHG) verification has established a new office in Ottawa providing access to the federal government and the centre of climate change activities in Canada. Thomas Baumann, formerly head of GHG measurement and reporting for the Government of Canada’s GHG technology investment fund, will lead the new operation leveraging DNV’s international experience and network of GHG and technical experts to offer world class GHG assessment, validation, verification, certification and related services to meet the needs of existing and emerging Canadian climate change activities.

“GHG services and the Canadian market are strategically important to DNV. Establishing this office demonstrates our commitment to being a leader in serving the emerging market for GHG services”, said Yehuda Dror, General Manager, Americas, DNV Certification.

About DNV

In March 2004, DNV Certification became the first Accredited Operational Entity to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and is also an accredited GHG verifier to the Chicago Climate Exchange, the California Climate Action Registry and the UK Emissions Trading Scheme.

DNV is an independent foundation, headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with a global presence of 300 offices in more than 100 countries. Established in 1864, DNV’s objective is to “safeguard life, property and the environment”.

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Canadian University Student Publishes Debut Science Fiction Novel

Canadian University Student Publishes Debut Science Fiction Novel










(PRWEB) November 14, 2004

PageFree Publishing has released Cavan Terrill’s debut novel, Blurred Line, a science fiction tale set in the heart of future corporate America.

Following the paths of an android spurned by her creators, a virtual reality junkie disconnected with the real world and a hitman mired in an unhappy life, Blurred Line tells the story of what it takes to stay at the top of the corporate game in a world where corporations have become government. The biggest of these companies, Summerstone, is about to face a crisis which will change the way the world thinks and could cause the downfall of the society in which it exists.

Author Ali Al Saeed calls Terrill “a great sci-fi author in the making” and Blurred Line a “compelling and engaging read.”

Terrill lives in the Canadian capital of Ottawa, where he attends the University of Ottawa as a third year English student. He began writing at the age of thirteen and is currently at work on the sequel to Blurred Line, titled Glistening Edges and Right Angles.

Blurred Line is available direct through the publisher (http://www.pagefreepublishing.com) or through Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

More information on the book and the author is available at the author’s website (http://www.blurredline.com).

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Branham Ranks Benbria in Top 25 Canadian Up and Coming Information and Communications Technology Companies

Branham Ranks Benbria in Top 25 Canadian Up and Coming Information and Communications Technology Companies










Ottawa, ON (PRWEB) April 17, 2010

Benbria has been ranked as one of the Top 25 Up and Coming ICT firms in Canada by Ottawa’s Branham Group Inc. The ranking is part of the annual Branham300 listing of the top information and communications technology companies in the nation. The Top 25 Up and Comers list ranks the top technology companies based on creativity and innovation, whether the company is leveraging a new technology or using existing technology in a new manner.

Benbria’s product offering is BlazeCast, a cross-media unified notification solution that is designed to meet the communication needs of different organizations, from schools to hospitals, corporations to retail chains. Benbria focuses on intelligently reaching large and targeted groups of people, and ensuring important information is received.

“Benbria’s next generation unified notification applications are revolutionizing the mass communication challenges of today and tomorrow,” stated Wayne Gudbranson, President & CEO of Branham Group. “In addition, it’s solid financial backing, prominent strategic partnerships, impressive list of customers and sound management team leads Branham to believe that there is no question that Benbria has the potential to be a leader within the Canadian ICT Industry in the years to come.”

“We are very pleased that Benbria has been selected to represent the forefront of Canadian technology start-up companies”, said Andrea Baptiste, CEO of Benbria. “Being ranked in this list is important because it shows that the company is getting recognized on a nationwide scale as a technology leader.”

The 2010 Branham300 list was released in early April on the Branham300 website (http://www.branham300.com) and in the April/May issue of Backbone Magazine, which is distributed nationally with The Globe and Mail.

About Benbria

Benbria delivers unified notification applications that help organizations communicate more effectively to large and targeted groups of people. Benbria’s flexible solutions enable rapid information delivery during emergencies and simplify tedious day-to-day notification tasks. Employing the latest IP and web technologies, Benbria products provide increased reach, intelligent workflow, and extend existing communication mediums. Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, Benbria has customers in education, government, and industry. (Additional information at http://www.benbria.com)

About Branham Group Inc.

Branham Group is a leading industry analyst and strategic consulting firm servicing the global information technology marketplace. Branham Group assists information technology companies and related institutions in achieving market success through its custom consulting services (Planning, Marketing and Partnering), and through its multi-client research subscription programs (eHealth, Outsourcing, Green IT and Wireless). Branham also produces an annual listing of the top information technology companies in Canada (http://www.branham300.com), tracks the Canadian Outsourcing industry (http://www.branhamoutsourcing.com) and monitors over 450 eHealth vendors. For more information regarding Branham Group, please visit http://www.branhamgroup.com.

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DIA 6th Canadian Annual Meeting Benefit and Risk Management: An Evolution in Progress

DIA 6th Canadian Annual Meeting Benefit and Risk Management: An Evolution in Progress











Horsham, PA (Vocus) October 8, 2008

The Drug Information Association (DIA) will host the 6th Canadian Annual Meeting (November 5-7; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) to discuss a number of important issues facing Health Canada, the pharmaceutical industry, health academia, and the health care system.

As the universally respected forum for quality information exchange leading to better medicines that enhance health and well-being, DIA, along with members of the Canadian pharmaceutical industry, are joining forces to promote safe and appropriate medication use among Canadians.

To this end, the 6th Canadian Annual Meeting will include parallel tracks focusing on:


    Biologics
    Risk Management planning
    Challenges in evidence generation and uptake in the real-world environment
    Pharmacovigilance planning
    Medical risk communications
    Progressive drug development
    Scientific and regulatory challenges of drug/Device combination products
    Quality-by-design continuous improvement
    International regulatory cooperation
    eSubmissions/Document management
    Natural Health Products

More than 30 exhibiting companies will be on hand to showcase their products and services.

About the Drug Information Association (DIA)

DIA serves more than 30,000 professionals in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and regulatory industries worldwide. Through its domestic and international meetings, training courses, workshops and webinars, DIA provides a neutral global forum for the exchange of information critical to the advancement of the drug discovery and lifecycle management processes. Headquartered in Horsham, PA, USA, and with offices in Basel, Switzerland, Tokyo, Japan, and Mumbai, India, the Association is led by its volunteer-based Board of Directors and executive management team. For more information, visit http://www.diahome.org or call 215-442-6100.

Contact:

Joe Krasowski

215-293-5812

Joe.Krasowski @ diahome.org

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