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April 6, 2014
A January 2014 report from the monarchs’ overwintering forest areas in Mexico indicated that only 1.65 acres were occupied by monarchs this winter. That makes this the third straight year of steep declines. The overwintering areas have been monitored since 1993 and the largest occupied area was 45 acres in 1996. A number of factors...
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Canadian banking giant Scotiabank plans to finance oil industry projects worth $10 billion in Mexico over the next four years, a high-level executive said. Oil giants BP and ExxonMobil are among the companies interested in developing projects in the Gulf of Mexico, Scotiabank’s Latin America director, Paul D’Agata, told Efe. A large number of mid-sized...
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As spring break wraps up around the continent, families are returning from escapes from the eternal winter we have had. We just got back from a week in Puerto Vallarta at a family-oriented vacation resort. This kind of melting pot of parents from across Canada and the U.S. will really open your eyes to a...
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In the coming days the National Institute of Entrepreneurship will be holding classes in Puerto Vallarta to promote entrepreneurship and assist those business owners who have less than one-year of operation. The Director of Municipal Economic Development, Alvaro Mora, states they are providing advice to entrepreneurs with the aim of having the necessary training and...
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