TILMA


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TILMATrade Investment and Labour Mobility Agreement (Canada)
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Various elements there have been having discussions with Alberta, the lead province in the TILMA deal, about how they might become a part of the trade zone.
With her eyes fixed on the tilma (cape) of Juan Diego that bears the imprint of Our Lady of Guadalupe, she moved forward on her knees toward that image--inch by inch.
LOA specializes in running pieces on modern-day miracles (especially Eucharistic miracles), recent Marian apparitions, enduring miracles (such as the Shroud of Turin, the Veil of Manoppello, and the tilma of Our Lady of Guadalupe), modern-day saints (Padre Pio, Canada's own Andre Bessette, Edith Stein, Gianna Molla), prominent converts to the Catholic faith (from atheism-Malcolm Muggeridge, Andre Frossard, Bernard Nathanson; from Protestantism--Cardinal Newman, Scott Hahn, Marcus Grodi, Paul Thigpen; from Judaism--Israel Zolli; from Islam--Rashid al-Maghribi), as well as historical pieces, articles on the culture wars, evolution, the dialogue between faith and science, modern addictions, and many other spiritual snares and afflictions that beset contemporary humanity.
Diego was the indigenous man to whom Our Lady of Guadalupe appeared, and upon whose cloak, or "tilma," her image appeared.
Of these thirty-one agreements, one in particular stands out: the 2006 Alberta-British Columbia Trade, Investment, and Labour Mobility Agreement (TILMA), which is arguably one of the most important inter-provincial agreements in Canadian history.
On opening day, the Premier introduced Bill 1, Trade, Investment and Labour Mobility Agreement Implementation Statutes Amendment Act, 2008 (TILMA).