eDist Canada Announces Availability of New Dragon Dictate Medical for Mac
“It was a special feeling.” Awestruck ‘The best resource that we have in our country are our players and our people. This really respects where it all started back in 1920’ — Hockey Canada president and CEO Bob Nicholson On Tuesday morning, he got to pass that feeling on to about a dozen teenage players chosen to model Hockey Canada’s 2014 Olympic jerseys at the official unveiling at the Mattamy Athletic Centre. Hockey Canada told them they’d be doing some promotional things, but the players didn’t learn exactly why they were at the arena until just before the event. “Their mouths dropped, a little awestruck,” Nieuwendyk said. “They didn’t realize what they were here for. When they saw the jersey for the first time, it hit them like it hits any NHL guy that’s going to don that jersey.” For many hockey fans it wasn’t the first glimpse of the red, white and alternate black jerseys that the men’s, women’s and sledge hockey teams will wear at the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Sochi. Pictures of the uniforms have leaked out over the last month. But that didn’t damper the enthusiasm for the teenagers who stepped onto the ice amid club music and laser lights and skated around to show off the uniforms. “First to ever try on the Team Canada Olympic Jersey and unveil it to everyone. Speechless,” Paul Coffey’s son, Blake, wrote on Twitter afterward. “Honoured to get the opportunity to unveil the 2014 Team Canada Olympic Jersey Launch.” Hockey Canada’s reveal was another opportunity for fans to give their opinions about the jerseys. Some said it looked like Petro-Canada’s logo, while others wanted to go back to the jerseys used when Canada won gold in Vancouver in 2010. “People talking about how they feel about a jersey that’s close to their heart and represents their country is a great thing,” Nike creative director Ken Black said. The red and white jerseys feature a Maple Leaf logo with a stripe across the chest, while the black jersey has “CANADA” written across it in white letters on a gold stripe.
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CANADA STOCKS-U.S. fiscal fears drag TSX to five-week low
debt limit and threatened to push the world’s biggest economy into default. Talisman Energy Inc found itself in the spotlight after activist investor Carl Icahn disclosed a stake in the company late on Monday. The stock jumped in early trade before paring those gains to slip with the broader market. The Toronto market gave up its gains as hopes of a speedy resolution to the fiscal crisis took a beating after President Barack Obama said he would be willing to negotiate on budget issues only after the Republicans agreed to re-open the federal government and raise the debt limit with no conditions. “It’s a bit of a buyers’ boycott,” said Irwin Michael, portfolio manager at ABC Funds. “People are gun-shy, and they want to sit and watch until the dust settles.” “We believe it will be resolved and the market will eventually do better,” he added. “However, in the short run people’s imagination is running wild.” The Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite index closed down 95.84 points, or 0.75 percent, at 12,692.41, after falling to as low as 12,682.94, its weakest level since September 3. Michael expects the index to end the year higher after the current U.S. fiscal turmoil eases. Nine of the 10 main sectors on the index were in the red on Tuesday. Energy shares dropped despite rising oil prices. Suncor Energy Inc stumbled 2.1 percent to C$35.81, and Canadian Natural Resources Ltd fell 0.2 percent to C$32.11. Talisman shares slipped almost 2 percent to C$12.89.