Wednesday November 28, 2012
"Canada is a net exporter of most energy commodities and is an especially significant producer of conventional and unconventional oil, natural gas, and hydroelectricity. It stands out as the largest foreign supplier of energy to the United States, its southern neighbor and one of the world's largest consumers of energy. Just as the United States depends on Canada for much of its energy needs, so is Canada profoundly dependent on the United States as an export market.."
Canada: Analysis Brief, 2012
(Source: MPL Gov Info)
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Thursday November 08, 2012
The Serco Prize for Illustration 2012 (UK)Secret London, an exhibition featuring the best of the entries for The Serco Prize for Illustration, opens at London Transport Museum on 13 November 2012. This year's theme is Secret London and there will be 50 works of art on display, each showing a hidden aspect of the city. The illustrations have been chosen from entries submitted by professionals and students for the The Serco Prize for Illustration 2012 - a competition open to leading illustrators throughout the world. This is the third year that Serco have sponsored the awards and exhibition. Entrants were asked to create an illustration which depicted little known or unusual aspects of the capital's history, culture, characters and communities - past or present. 13 November to 10 December 2012.
(Source: Peter Scott's Library Blog)
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Friday September 14, 2012
“The economic census is the U.S. Government’s official five-year measure of American business and the economy. To encourage response to the 2012 Economic Census, the Census Bureau has launched business.census.gov. The site includes videos, fact sheets, story ideas and talking points that business associations, chambers of commerce, media and public agencies can use to get the word out about the economic census. Information on how communities and businesses owners can use the statistics in economic development, business decisions and strategic planning is also provided.” 

via U.S. Census Bureau
(Source: Library Stuff)



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