Monday, 22 September 2014

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www.finepayment.gov.ab.ca Pay traffic tickets online Alberta
The Online fine payment system can be accessed through:
In Canada, although some major cases can’t be detected for a short time, someone may well discipline you soon if you park illegally or you take bus without ticket, and the high cost of violations make you have to repent and reform former faults after recalling the painful experience.

 Some tickets are unreasonable, but we have to say that the relatively good social order is none other than the binding force for people based on the high cost of violations.

 For the violation which is captured by electronic police, the fines can be paid when annual inspection. For the violation which is given a ticket by the traffic police on the scene, the fines should be paid within 15 days, if it is not paid over 15 days, 3% overdue fee would be fined each day, the highest overdue fee can’t exceed the total amount of fines. pay fines at www.finepayment.gov.ab.ca If you have received a summon due to mobile (for example overspeed) or overtime parking, parking in the improper place (for example park), if you don’t pay the fine within the prescribed time, you would receive the court summons.

 Overdue fee will increase. So you must pay quickly after receiving a traffic ticket, otherwise the consequence is more serious. For online payment of traffic ticket, you will need: A Part 3 Violation Ticket (yellow copy, current or overdue) (note: if the ticket has expired, overdue fee will be added to the original fines amount, if you don’t pay, your car insurance, and other business will be affected.) You can use a Visa or MasterCard to pay on www.finepayment.gov.ab.ca.

Canada's "drug mayor" suffered from a rare cancer malignancy

Ford’s attending physician Cohen who is a surgeon of Toronto Mount Sinai Hospital Ford due to severe abdominal pain accepted examination last week, doctors found a 12 cm × 12 cm malignant liposarcoma in his body. This is a rare kind of cancer tumors, with strong aggressiveness; it may have been grown in his body for two to three years

According to Cohen’s statement, in all types of cancer, this malignancy prevalence rate was only 1%. However, liposarcoma compared to the other tumors, has more obvious chemotherapy effects. His was optimistic to Ford’s treatment.
“According to the plan, originally therapy was chemotherapy, which may require radiation, surgery, or may not, all of these depended on the response of patients receiving initial treatment and follow-up treatment,” Cohen said.


He said that Ford will accept the first round chemotherapy with two rounds in 48 hours, will accept further examination in the next 40 days, to assess tumor responses to treatment.

Sunday, 22 July 2012

Canadian Bonds Up with US Treasurys as Fears About Europe Flare Up

Canadian bonds rallied with U.S. Treasurys Friday as renewed fears about the euro zone's debt crisis sent investors to safe-haven assets.
Yields for Canada's two-year bond were at 0.959% Friday, from 0.982% late Thursday. The 10-year bond was yielding 1.614%, from 1.656%, according to electronic bond trading platform CanDeal.
Yields for the 30-year bond were at 2.242%, from 2.275%.
Bond yields move inversely to bond prices.
Canadian bonds accompanied U.S. Treasurys on their sharp move higher Friday as investors grew worried about recent developments in Europe.
Even though euro-zone finance ministers approved Spain's bank bailout plan, concerns immediately shifted to the country's economic struggles. Amid efforts to cut spending and reduce debt, the Spanish government said it expects its economy to contract by about 0.5% next year.
The deepening recession in Spain, the fourth-largest economy in the euro zone, is hurting its government bond market and driving yields up. Spanish 10-year debt yielded 7.15% recently, a level many bond analysts say marks an unsustainable borrowing cost for the government in the long run.
"At the end of the day, there's just too much debt out there, and eventually they'll have to start to pay this stuff off," said Levente Mady, derivatives strategist at Union Securities in Vancouver.
Soft U.S. data and downgraded forecasts for growth there are underpinning bond markets, he said.
"As a result, Treasurys do better, and as a result of that, Canadas try and keep pace," Mady said.
In Canada, the front end of the yield curve benefited in early trading from news Canada's year-over-year core inflation was at 2.0% in June, shy of the expected 2.3% and in line with the Bank of Canada's inflation target of 2.0%.
Total annual inflation came in at 1.5%, short of the 1.7% the market was expecting.
Economists said the inflation data served as a positive for shorter-dated bonds Friday, but did not constitute a "game changer" for the market as the Bank of Canada adjusted its inflation forecasts lower in its policy report Wednesday.
"Note that the Bank of Canada became more dovish on the inflation outlook in its latest forecast, so it wasn't really factoring in near term inflation pressures as a reason for advocating the need for rate hikes down the road," said CIBC World Markets.

CANADA HOT STOCKS TO WATCH: West Fraser, CP, Antrim

Listed below are the stocks expected to move during Friday's trading session. They are listed with Thursday's closing prices.


West Fraser Timber Co. (WFT.T, C$50.93, -C$0.52, -1.0%) posted improved sales and earnings from continuing operations in the second quarter, helped by higher lumber prices. Analysts said the results exceeded expectations.


Canada's labor minister named William Kaplan as the arbitrator in a labor dispute between Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. (CP, C$76.47, C$0.72, 1.0%) and the Teamsters Canada union, which represents some workers at the railroad. The government passed a bill to end a strike at CP in late May.


Antrim Energy Inc. (AEN.T, C$0.69, unchanged) got a rating boost to speculative buy from hold by Salman.

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Canada Bonds Nursing Wounds Inflicted by Fed Speculation

The Canadian bond market, along with US Treasurys is still nursing the wounds inflicted by speculation that the Fed will announce some new monetary stimulus when its policy statement is released in less than half an hour. Two-years are yielding 1.077% vs 1.042% late Tues, 10-years at 1.794% from 1.761%. If the Fed disappoints those market players who are salivating over the prospects of more liquidity, that will be like applying a soothing balm to the bond market's injuries, and perhaps put the market back on a stronger footing.

Canadian Bonds Slump in Quiet Trade Ahead of FOMC

Safe-haven Canadian bonds slumped in quiet trading Wednesday, as investors pinned their focus on the potential for a further easing move from the Federal Reserve.

The market increasingly has come to anticipate some fresh stimulus from the Fed, raising the potential that Canada's government debt market could see a sharp rally if the Federal Open Market Committee, the Fed's policy-setting body, doesn't deliver.

Canada's two-year bond yield was at 1.079% Wednesday, from 1.042% Tuesday. The 10-year bond yielded 1.805%, from 1.761%. Bond yields move inversely to bond prices.

The FOMC concludes its two-day meeting with a policy statement at 12:30 p.m. EDT (1630 GMT) and a news conference around 2:15 p.m. EDT (1815 GMT) Wednesday.

Many investors expect the Fed to extend Operation Twist, a program set to expire this month in which the Fed sells shorter-dated U.S. government debt and buys up longer-dated ones to reduce long-term interest rates. But investors are also pondering the possibility that the Fed will adopt an outright, large-scale asset-purchasing program, or quantitative easing, which would add to the Fed's balance sheet. It would be the third such program in the U.S. since the start of the global economic crisis.

The market consensus is that the Fed will announce something Wednesday. Doing nothing other than delivering more dovish talk is considered "the least likely outcome," said Derek Holt, Scotiabank economist.