Actyl Group Makes Third Trip to Belize to Recruit Workers

Company seeks to find workers to fill western Canada labor shortage.

Regina, SK, Canada (April 3, 2013) -- Actyl Group, a leading international recruiting firm, will once again return to Belize in an effort to find more skilled workers to fill the current labor shortage in western Canada.

During the trip, which will be the company's third in just four months, Actyl Group representatives will interview people trained in a number of areas. The company is looking for people to fill key positions throughout the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta, and plans on making nearly 100 new job offers in April alone.

"We have had great success finding outstanding workers in Belize since we started recruiting in this area, but Saskatchewan, Alberta and the rest of the Western Canada region continue to see major labor shortages," said Adrian Schulz of Actyl Group. "The people we have met on our trips so far have been exceptional candidates, with great English, from hospitality to skilled trades. We look forward to meeting more potential workers as we again head to Central America."

As a result of its previous trips to Belize, the Actyl Group made more than 70 job offers, with many of these candidates already about to start their new lives. "It is such an honor to be selected by an Employer in Canada - it will be an adventure. I very much appreciate Actyl for helping me get this opportunity and for supporting me every step of the way" says candidate Stacy Ramos of Belize. Western Canada's labor shortage stems from the fact that the region experienced slow economic growth until about 2007, and many of its young people left for opportunities in other parts of the country. Over the past five years, however, the region has seen a tremendous amount of economic growth, spurring the need to bring in more workers to fill critical positions.

During its April trip, Actyl Group will particularly be looking for welders, heavy-duty mechanics, ironworkers, sheet metal workers, fabricators, machinists, geomembrane installers, commercial steel framers, flat roofers, small engine repair specialists, automotive technicians and plasterers. One employer also featured will be franchised McDonald's Restaurants, which was recently named one of Canada's Top 5 Best Employers for the ninth time.

"There are numerous top employers looking for workers who will bring a great work ethic and dependable skills to these positions, and we haven't been let down yet when meeting with candidates in Belize," said Schulz. "If you would like to explore the opportunities provided by western Canada's recent economic growth, we invite you to meet with our team."

Actyl Group will be at 19 Barbados Street in the City of Belmopan April 8-11, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The sessions are free, and potential candidates should bring a copy of their resumes, passports and any diplomas or certificates. To learn more, visit

Media Contact:
Linda West
Actyl Group Inc.
(306) 569-7948

Global Sign Restoration, Inc. Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary - With Launch of New Website

Global Sign Restoration Inc. (GSR) Celebrates 20 Years as the Pioneer and Industry Leader in Sign Refinishing.

Odessa, FL (April 3, 2013) -- Global Sign Restoration, Inc. (GSR), based in Odessa, FL is largest, most experienced Sign Restoration Company in the country. The company got its start in the sign industry back in 1993, and has been providing cutting-edge innovation in the sign industry now for 20 years. GSR's proprietary processes allow all types of businesses to restore their existing faded signage or awnings to like-new condition, as opposed to replacing them at a far higher cost to the business and the environment.

In Celebration of their 20th anniversary year, Global Sign Restoration is launching a renewed website please visit The website was created by James Denny Designs located in New Port Richey, FL.

"I am proud of the services that we provide to our clients, and take those relationships very seriously. I fully believe that the best way to a successful business is respecting our clients. Our first ever client 20 years ago is still a client today. Our clients know that they will be taken care of, not taken advantage of." Michael Pagano, President and Founder.

Media Contact:
Theresa Miller
Global Sign Restoration, Inc.
2431 Merchant Avenue
Odessa, FL 33556

Autism is Eradicated in 15% of Cases with GcMAF in a trial of 1,500 Children

Over the last two years, four doctors led by Dr Jeffrey Bradstreet have eradicated autism using GcMAF in 15% of children and improved 70%. Another 15% did not respond.

St Peter Port, Guernsey (April 3, 2013) -- Yesterday, April 2, was World Autism Awareness Day. Over the last two years, four doctors led by Dr Jeffrey Bradstreet have eradicated autism using GcMAF in 15% of children and improved 70%. Another 15% did not respond.

GcMAF is a vital part of the human immune system that does not function without it. However, many viruses attempt to prevent production of the body's own GcMAF. If successful, this collapses the immune system, resulting in the infections growing unchecked. Immuno Biotech extracts and isolates GcMAF molecules that can then be injected to restore the body's level of GcMAF to normal so that it can fight infections naturally. The quality of Immuno Biotech's GcMAF and their exhaustive testing has made it the World's leading supplier and the provider of choice for doctors and scientists with the company being cited in eleven research papers to date.

David Noakes, Immuno Biotech's CEO, explained, "Dr Bradstreet used the nagalase and other tests to prove that 85% of autistic children had high levels of viruses and a compromised immune system. He did a study of 1500 autistic children and gave them weekly injections of our GcMAF. 70% of the children responded to the treatment with reduced symptoms, and an another 15% made full recoveries. Further trials around the world are coming up with identical results. The reduction of autistic symptoms is permanent provided that GcMAF has been taken for long enough for the body to start to produce its own GcMAF at normal levels, typically 24 weeks, but first results are usually seen inside 8 weeks."

Dr. Jeff Bradstreet MD is an internationally recognized researcher in autism ( and will be presenting his latest finding on the effects of GcMAF on autism at the world's first GcMAF conference, which will be held on the 19th, 20th and 21st of April in Frankfurt, Germany. Presentations by leading scientists and doctors from around the world will report on their exceptional results with case histories. Details can be found at Currently there are over 60 research papers on GcMAF by 142 eminent scientists with new peer-reviewed papers being added at an increasing rate from university teams and doctors from dozens of countries. Many of the independent research papers on GcMAF are listed on

A weekly injection of a tiny clear drop restores the level of GcMAF to normal, effectively one millionth of a blood transfusion. That enables the body's own immune system to fight the disease, with the only occasional side effects being mild, cold-like symptoms as the immune system wakes up. The time it takes to fight the infection and return to producing normal levels of its own GcMAF depends on the severity of the infection or cancer. An eight week course costs €660 including shipping so a typical 24 week course costs under €2000. Immuno Biotech has supplied 4,000 patients through 300 doctors in 30 nations.

Immuno Biotech Contact: Beate Keisa, Immuno Biotech Ltd., Tel: 0044 7781 411737, Web: and click "contact" at the top to email.