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eDemocracy 2.0 Comes to Canada – ElectionMall CEO Discusses How Technology is Changing Politics Worldwide
Wed, 04 Nov 2009 – 14:56:16 -0400 EDT | Comments Off

TORONTO, Canada (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Ravi Singh, CEO and founder of ElectionMall Technologies, is scheduled to speak at the 10th annual Art and Science of Public Affairs conference, sponsored by the Public Affairs Association of Canada. ElectionMall Technologies is a campaign technology company that is dedicated to helping campaigns of all sizes utilize technology and reach voters since 2000. Singh is recognized as the ‘Campaign Guru,’ a global expert on campaign technology.

Foreclosure Prices Were Up, While Real Estate Prices Were Down
Wed, 04 Nov 2009 – 10:08:21 -0400 EDT | Comments Off

NEW YORK, N.Y. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Reports from the first days of November show that the housing market is still on shaky ground. According to the statistics from Foreclosure Data Online, real estate prices on the whole are down already for the first three days of November as compared with October’s average. The foreclosure market appears strong however. It grew over this same period and shows the kind of steady growth that is apt to continue.

Interim HealthCare Celebrates National Home Care Month in November
Wed, 04 Nov 2009 – 09:36:04 -0400 EDT | Comments Off

SUNRISE, Fla. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In honor of the nation’s home care professionals and volunteers, Interim HealthCare will join home care providers throughout the United States in kicking off the November celebration of National Home Care Month. The month-long celebration pays tribute to the dedicated home care professionals and volunteers who enable elderly, disabled, and chronically ill individuals to live their lives where they want to most-in their own homes.

Bokashicycle Announces First Successful Full-Scale Commercial Fermentation Process
Wed, 04 Nov 2009 – 08:48:51 -0400 EDT | Comments Off

SEATTLE, Wash. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — In the U.S. alone, annually, more than 30 million tons of food waste is sent to landfills. Less than three percent of that waste is diverted from landfills, primarily through composting, producing greenhouse gases and heat. Bokashicycle offers a safer and more economic alternative. By implementing the bokashicycle, commercial operations can divert tons of waste away from landfills and compost sites, converting that waste into high-quality fertilizer.