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Choose the Best GIC rates for Investing

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A (GIC ) Guaranteed Investment Certificate is known for offering a higher interest than a savings account does, on the condition that the money is kept for a specific period or term. The minimum investment for GIC is $500 to $1000 and the minimum period that this has to be kept for is 30 days. However, it can go all the way up to 5 years. With a Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce GIC, you can deposit money for a year and this will be returned at the end as guaranteed. During the term, the amount will earn a guaranteed interest and there is flexibility to withdraw the amount with the interest earned for 30 days.

Benefits of GIC Financial Services

GIC Financial Services provide a higher rate of investment which is guaranteed to investors looking for better rates. By getting in touch with the right institution, one can find the best rates for Guaranteed Investment Certificate which is safe, secure and simple and has insurance coverage. GICDirect is a popular brokering choice among individuals as they offer high interest rates and services which are free.

The GIC rates are 1 – 1.5% higher than other branches and have personal services with over 150 associate branches all over Canada. Customers have the benefit of availing all-inclusive advantages which cover getting a higher rate of interest and security for their money. These facilities are provided by GIC to corporate clients and individuals. GICs which are cashable can be used to meet unexpected expenses while the GICs that are locked, are able to procure high interest rates.

How GICWealth Management helps people in Canada

GIC Wealth Management is a Canadiancompany that helps Canadians to get the best GIC rates on their Investments. This company is connected with around 45 financial institutions and they conduct a daily survey to check on the institutions and see that their clients get the best rates on the GIC for that day. The Service offered by this company is free, the only aim being to help their clients to make their GIC investment profitable and easy.

Whenever there is investment of over $25,000 they offer free collection and delivery of GICs. The company strives to take care of their client at all costs so that they invest more with them. GIC Wealth Management Inc is so well established that there are no hassles to ask for better rate of interest or nolines that you need to wait in to deposit. GIC Wealth Management sees that the best rates are given to their clients from day to day. GIC Wealth Management Inc is growing in its popularity with more and more people investing in it.

Who are the People to benefit from GIC Rates?

GIC Wealth Management Inc aims at being the best GIC provider for Canada. The people who have spare money to invest are the people who benefit with GIC investments. We contact the top lenders and bankers to get the best guaranteed investment certificates for our people in Canada. Whether the investments are long term like RRSP GIC or short term cashable GIC, our rates are the best as you can see on our site.

You can go through our education centre to learn about GICinvestments and invest your savings to suit your needs.

Let’s dig into this and get to know about GIC in Canada andToronto GIC rates.

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Soprano Beverly Sills dies at age 78

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Soprano Beverly Sills dies at age 78

September 22, 2017 · Filed under Uncategorized

Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Soprano Beverly Sills, who brought opera to United States popular culture through frequent television appearances, died last night at her home in New York. She was 78.

Born Belle Miriam Silverman on May 25, 1929 in Brooklyn, she was nicknamed “Bubbles”, and started singing at age three, winning talent contests and singing on the radio.

She made her professional stage debut in 1945, with a touring Gilbert and Sullivan show, and in 1947, started singing opera as Frasquite in Carmen with the Philadelphia City Opera. She sang with the San Francisco Opera and the New York City Opera.

She married in 1956 to journalist and Cleveland Plain Dealer publishing heir Peter Greenough, and had two children with him. One was deaf and the other mentally retarded, so Sills curtailed her performances to care for them.

She returned to opera in 1962, with the Opera Company of Boston, and then reached her peak singing years in the mid- and late-1960s, singing with the New York City Opera.

She made her debut with the Metropolitan Opera in April 1975, receiving an 18-minute ovation for her performance in The Siege of Corinth.

At the height of her popularity in the 1970s, she was a regular guest on television variety shows with Danny Kaye, Carol Burnett and The Muppet Show. She was even a guest host on Johnny Carson‘s The Tonight Show. For two years, she had her own weekly talk show. Sills graced magazine covers, such as Time and Newsweek, as an example of an American who conquered the European-dominated world of classical music.

After retiring from performing in 1980, Sills became the general manager of the New York City Opera. She became the chairman of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in 1994, and 2002 was appointed head of the Metropolitan Opera.

Sills had surgery for cancer in 1974, but it had been revealed last month that she was ill with an aggressive form of lung cancer, though she never smoked. She died about 9 p.m. ET yesterday at her home in Manhattan with her family and doctor at her side.

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Al Sharpton speaks out on race, rights and what bothers him about his critics

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Al Sharpton speaks out on race, rights and what bothers him about his critics

September 22, 2017 · Filed under Uncategorized

Monday, December 3, 2007

At Thanksgiving dinner David Shankbone told his white middle class family that he was to interview Reverend Al Sharpton that Saturday. The announcement caused an impassioned discussion about the civil rights leader’s work, the problems facing the black community and whether Sharpton helps or hurts his cause. Opinion was divided. “He’s an opportunist.” “He only stirs things up.” “Why do I always see his face when there’s a problem?”

Shankbone went to the National Action Network’s headquarters in Harlem with this Thanksgiving discussion to inform the conversation. Below is his interview with Al Sharpton on everything from Tawana Brawley, his purported feud with Barack Obama, criticism by influential African Americans such as Clarence Page, his experience running for President, to how he never expected he would see fifty (he is now 53). “People would say to me, ‘Now that I hear you, even if I disagree with you I don’t think you’re as bad as I thought,'” said Sharpton. “I would say, ‘Let me ask you a question: what was “bad as you thought”?’ And they couldn’t say. They don’t know why they think you’re bad, they just know you’re supposed to be bad because the right wing tells them you’re bad.”

Contents

  • 1 Sharpton’s beginnings in the movement
  • 2 James Brown: a father to Sharpton
  • 3 Criticism: Sharpton is always there
  • 4 Tawana Brawley to Megan Williams
  • 5 Sharpton and the African-American media
  • 6 Why the need for an Al Sharpton?
  • 7 Al Sharpton and Presidential Politics
  • 8 On Barack Obama
  • 9 The Iraq War
  • 10 Sharpton as a symbol
  • 11 Blacks and whites and talking about race
  • 12 Don Imus, Michael Richards and Dog The Bounty Hunter
  • 13 Sources

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September 22, 2017 · Filed under Bottle Manufacturer

Submitted by: Mitch Johnson

Simple and enjoyable games in the party are what make kids to have a great fun. The following are some of the most interesting games that kids of 4-5 years can easily follow and enjoy.

Blowing bubbles is always tops in fun. This wise hostess placed a low flat pan in the center of one of the low tables. In it she had put a mixture of soapy water and a few drops of glycerin. She gave each child a straw. Soon the air was filled with squeals of delight from the youngsters as the bubbles floated upward. The straws were excellent blowers, made no mess, and were easily replaced when broken by chubby fingers.

After the activity of these games the youngsters were ready to settle down at the tables to try finger painting. Each child was fitted with a large paper apron to protect his party clothes. The bib-style aprons were made of heavy butcher’s paper on which ties and halters of tape had been stitched. Finger painting of course is that familiar childhood art of smearing finger paint onto large sheets of paper with the fingers. Our hostess made a generous supply of three colors of finger paint. Here is her recipe.

Dissolve one-eighth cup of laundry starch in a half cup of cold water. Slowly add to a pint of boiling water and cook about five minutes stirring constantly to keep the mixture smooth. Add vegetable coloring and let cool. For this party the hostess had divided the mixture into three parts coloring one red, the second green, and the third blue. These were then put into little cold-cream jars so that each child could choose a color and work individually. It saved much scrapping over jars.

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Our hostess, knowing that nothing upsets young childrens schedules more than party refreshments in late afternoon, solved the difficulty by serving a simple supper shortly before five o’clock. A gaily decorated paper tablecloth transformed the play-table into a festive board.

A big bunch of brightly colored balloons was fastened to the chandelier which hung directly over the center of the table, just out of reach of small groping hands. Each child was given a crown of stiff paper to wear. The crowns were all alike except the birthday child’s which was decorated with three paper candles.

The menu was simple and in keeping with tiny-tot diets. Each plate held baked potato in half shell, a helping of buttered peas and a mold of fruit Jello. The dessert consisted of ice cream and the birthday cake. The cake held three candles. When the young host tried to blow them out he received a great deal of help from his guests.

To the youngsters, many of whom at home were in the habit of eating in a high chair and wearing a bib, it was a delight to be sitting at a table with a group of their own age. Plates were cleaned in surprisingly short order.

At Good-bye time the balloons were untied from the chandelier and given one to each child. This was one Tiny-tot party that was enjoyed not only by the wee ones but the mothers as well. We blessed our thoughtful hostess when we tumbled our tired, happy, well-fed youngsters into bed and served the family dinner without interruption.

All the games must be as simple as possible so that all the children can easily understand and enjoy the party. Blowing bubbles, finger painting and balloon games are always top in fun that makes the children to have a great fun.

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Wikinews Shorts: October 4, 2006

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Wikinews Shorts: October 4, 2006

September 22, 2017 · Filed under Uncategorized

A compilation of brief news reports forWednesday, October 4, 2006

Contents

  • 1 Brisbane Broncos 2006 NRL Premiers
  • 2 Editing Biologists discover new marine life in Indonesia
  • 3 Lenovo Recalls 526,000 ThinkPad Batteries
  • 4 Sources

October 1, 2006

The Brisbane Broncos have won the 2006 National Rugby League Telstra Premiership, defeating the Melbourne Storm 15-8, in front of almost 80,000 fans. The first all non-NSW final was contested between the first placed Storm, who were favourites to win and the third placed Broncos, almost unbackable at $2.25 at one stage.

Captain Darren Lockyer kicked the field goal which sealed Melbourne’s fate, however it was make-shift hooker Shaun Berrigan who won the Clive Churchill medal for most outstanding player on the field.

September 29, 2006

52 new species of marine life were found off the coast of Papua, Indonesia, one of the most biodiverse locations on Earth. One species found is a shark that appears to walk on its fins.

The area is a home to more than 1,200 known species of fish. The Research Team, Conservation International, is concerned that the life is threatened by fishing using dynamite and cyanide. As of September 26, 11% of the area is being protected by the Indonesian government.

September 29, 2006

IBM/Lenovo has announced the voluntary recall of over 526,000 laptop batteries due to manufacturing defects causing a few batteries to catch fire. The defective batteries were manufactured by Sony. This is the fourth recall due to Sony batteries, with prior recalls by Dell, Apple, and Toshiba. The batteries in this recall are believed to be manufactured between February 2005 though September 2006. This recall comes after an incident in a Los Angeles Airport where an IBM/Lenovo laptop caught fire.

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Alabama postal workers and customers become ill, suspicious substance found

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Alabama postal workers and customers become ill, suspicious substance found

September 22, 2017 · Filed under Uncategorized

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Six workers in the post office in Hueytown, Alabama developed breathing problems and 23 were sent to the hospital after a chemical used in the manufacture of fishing lures leaked from a package.

The post office, located five miles west of downtown Birmingham, Alabama, was evacuated, and Hueytown firefighters in hazardous materials attire inspected the chemical. The chemical was found to have leaked from an inadequately designed package, evaporated quickly leaving a garlicky scent, and discolored the flooring tile in the post office. Workers complained of symptoms ranging from breathing difficulties to vomiting to burning in the throat.

The chemical was later identified as “J.J.’s Magic,” a yellow dye for soft plastic fishing lures which contains garlic oil as a fish attractant. The manufacturer confirmed that a two-ounce bottle of the product was sent to a customer in suburban Birmingham and speculated that the container may have cracked in transit.

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Polish humanitarian Irena Sendler dies at age 98

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Polish humanitarian Irena Sendler dies at age 98

September 22, 2017 · Filed under Uncategorized

Monday, May 12, 2008

Irena Sendler, a Polish humanitarian who saved the lives of 2,500 Jewish people during World War II, died on May 12 in a Warsaw hospital. She was 98.

In 1942, when the Germans began liquidating the Warsaw Ghetto, Sendler, who had been active in the ?egota underground organisation dedicated to helping Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland, smuggled children out by drugging them and placing them in body bags as typhoid fever victims. She then placed them with Polish families and in convents, hiding their records in jars so they could have their identities re-established after the war.

She was arrested by the Gestapo Gestapo in 1943 and sentenced to death after being tortured in Warsaw’s Pawiak prison. Her colleagues from ?egota saved her by bribing her German captors before the planned execution.

Born on February 15, 1910 in Otwock, Poland, Selndler had been a front-runner for the Nobel Peace Prize, and had been recognised by Israel’s Yad Vashem institute as one of the Righteous Among the Nations for her work.

In 2007, she was honoured by the National Assembly for organising the “rescue of the most defenceless victims of the Nazi ideology: the Jewish children.”

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Cancer Treatment}

September 22, 2017 · Filed under Skin Treatment

Cancer treatment

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It is not good if you get cancer. But cancer doesn’t have to kill you, not anymore these days. Especially if you know what to do about cancer. Of course you can go to the hospital for surgery, a laser treatment or some chemo-therapy but this is not the right solution. A laser treatment is not always removing all the cancer out of your body, and chemo-therapy can make you very sick. And worst of all, your cancer can (and most of the time WILL) come back. Probably even on more places because chemo-therapy causes cancer. This is caused by the fact that chemo shut down your immune system, and before your immune system is able to fight diseases again, your cancer is already back and growing again. Less than 1 in 10 of all patients who undergo chemotherapy actually get much benefit out of it. These days there is an easy way to get rid of cancer without going to the hospital and without getting sick. It is a secret that your doctor won’t tell you, for the very simple reason that they make a lot of money from chemo-therapy and laser treatment. But this new treatment is not only cheap, it’s easy to do, and there are no side-effects. Best of all, this treatment works!! You might already have everything at home to cure cancer. So if you (or someone you know) want to get rid of cancer, you should take a look at this website. There is no need to suffer from baldness, nausea, vomitting, diarrhea, fatigue, kidney damage, hair loss, infection, constipation, anemia, damage to healthy cells, tissues, and organs, or even death! Have a look at the website: http://www.beatcancer.ws and discover the secret yourself.

Wishing you all the best with your health, Alex.

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A.Zwiggelaar was interested in cancer as one of his loved ones got cancer. He searched on the internet where he found this information about how to get rid of cancer.

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Gene therapy trial for skin cancer cures two terminal patients

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Gene therapy trial for skin cancer cures two terminal patients

September 22, 2017 · Filed under Uncategorized

Friday, September 1, 2006

Results of gene therapy trials at the US National Cancer Institute, Bethesda to fight cancer published online yesterday by the scientific journal Science show some levels of success. However experts have warned that despite the promise more work is needed for this to become a viable cure.

Dr Stephen Rosenberg, who lead the research team, said “It’s important to emphasize this is a highly experimental treatment that’s still in the course of development.”

The team treated 17 terminal skin cancer patients with modified cells from their immune systems. The technique uses genetically modified white blood cells (more specifically T cells) to attack and kill the cancer cells. Of the 17 subjects only 2 were cured of the disease (an aggressive form of skin cancer called a melanoma which is usually fatal in advanced stages). Before the treatment, which lasted 18 months, the patients were only expected to live for up to 6 months. The remaining 15 patients were not affected by the treatment.

One of the successful patients was Mark Origer (53) from Wisconsin. He has been fighting cancer since first being diagnosed in 1999. After finding out about the new trial on the internet he applied and, after interviews, was accepted along with 16 other candidates. The treatment removed Origer’s melanoma and also shrunk another tumor in his liver – to the extent it could be removed surgically. Doctors confirmed he was free of the disease last week, nearly 2 years after treatment began. A second man (39) was cleared of his cancer which had spread to the lungs, liver and lymph nodes. Cancer that progresses to the lymph nodes is usually untreatable and fatal.

T cells can attack and destroy bacteria and other harmful cells like cancer cells. However cancer cells sometimes reduce the signals on their outer surface by which they are recognised, so the immune system cannot affect them. Gene therapy involves modifying some of a patients T cells to contain a new receptor. (Receptors are what enable the immune cell to identify harmful cells, like those corrupted by viruses. The new receptor is inserted with the use of a viral vector, i.e. a virus made safe to insert the receptor in the cell.

In the trial, T Cells were removed from each patient and modified in the laboratory. Patients underwent chemotherapy to kill most of their current immune system, which was replaced by the mutated cells. The modified cells successfully survived after injection into the body – making up 10% of the subject’s T cell count during the first 2 months. The team is now looking for ways to enable the cells to survive longer and in greater numbers.

Experts have called this a significant technical advance but warn that more patients need testing and the technique refining before any conclusive results can be drawn. Dr Edel O’Toole, consultant dermatologist and British Skin Foundation spokesman, said: “I think that the success of this approach in two patients shows promise, however 15 patients did not respond to the treatment suggesting that further work is needed to optimise this approach for all patients, which could take many years.”

Rosenberg now hopes to run a new trial with possibly stronger gene therapy treatments, he is currently awaiting FDA approval.

Gene therapy was much hyped after it’s first successful application in so called “bubble boys” (patients with severe combined immunodeficiency). After follow-up, these trials were stopped when it was discovered that three of eleven patients in one trial had developed leukemia.

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