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posté le novembre 27, 2013
A proposed west-east pipeline bringing oil from Alberta to refineries in New Brunswick is in the best interest of all Canadians because it would help open up new markets and generate revenue that would be distributed from coast to coast, an executive with the Canadian Oil Sands told a Moncton audience Wednesday.
“In Canada we need to diversify our energy markets. We have markets in the United States and Western...
posté le novembre 26, 2013
Wedged between Mexico and Guatemala, the tiny and eclectic country of Belize has become one of the most popular eco tourism destinations in Central America for the intrepid traveler.
Lush tropical rain forests, pristine beaches, ancient Maya cities, diverse flora and fauna, and the longest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere are just a few of the many natural attractions that allure the adventure traveler to...
posté le novembre 25, 2013
SAINT JOHN – A proposed new apartment building on Waterloo Street is being hailed as a project that could inject life into the rundown neighbourhood and create less car-dependent residents.
Developer John Rocca – the same businessman behind the Three Sisters condominiums on the waterfront – wants to build two buildings containing a total of 25 stacked townhouse units at the corner of Waterloo and Golding...
posté le novembre 24, 2013
The new Belize Medical Tourism Association seeks to promote medical tourism to Belize and eventually end the practice of Belizeans going abroad for medical care.
The association has members from the medical and tourism sector. It sees medical tourism as an opportunity for medical practitioners and wants more members of the Belize Medical and Dental Association to join. Foreigners have been accessing medical services...
posté le novembre 23, 2013
Global advisory firm catering to wealthy expats says Texas and Florida are no longer good enough for those who’ve had it with taxes
Much ink has been spilled on the trend of wealthier Americans fleeing fiscally dissolute, high-tax states like California and Illinois, and heading for comparative tax havens such as Texas and Florida. The golfer Phil Mickelson made headlines recently when he wondered aloud about...
posté le octobre 30, 2013
Belize may soon become popular as the place for well-off North Americans to come to have elective surgery, dental work or other quality medical care at an affordable cost, if BELTRAIDE, Belize Tourism Board and the Ministry of Health have their way.
Medical tourism is a billion-dollar global industry, and some southeast countries, Thailand for example, receive a million medical tourism patients per year. Other...
posté le octobre 30, 2013
Belize is well-known among tourists for its beautiful beaches, excellent fishing, Mayan ruins, coral reefs, and tropical climate. But not for its medical care.
At least, not yet.
Plans are currently underway for this Central American country to expand its already-thriving tourism sector to include another industry that is gaining popularity across the globe: medical tourism.
What is medical tourism?
posté le octobre 15, 2013
Securing a cheap and stable source of natural gas would allow Irving Oil to consider expanding its refinery, according to president and CEO Paul Browning.
“That would be the precursor to decisions we might make around investing in our refining capabilities,” Browning said. “It is a fundamental part of our economics.
“It’s the kind of thing that would give us the view that there are more markets we could...