||WO||WO/2014/053044 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR PROVIDING OVER-THE-AIR MOBILE DEVICE PARAMETER UPDATES||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050692||POLAR WIRELESS CORP.||PERLIN, George|
A method for updating mobile communication parameters including providing a complimentary subscriber identity module (dual-sided UICC) between an interface between a primary subscriber identity module and a terminal of a mobile device, wherein the dual-sided UICC intercepts requests for communication from the primary SIM and determines whether a communications service should proceed with the dual-sided UICC or via the primary SIM. Upon a condition in which the communications service proceeds via the dual-sided UICC, the method includes detecting a change in location of the mobile device and updating one or more parameters on the dual-sided UICC before reinitializing the mobile device with the updated one or more parameters.
||WO||WO/2014/053043 - IMPROVED HYDRAULIC FRACTURING PROCESS FOR DEVIATED WELLBORES||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/001077||NEXEN ENERGY ULC||PYECROFT, James Frederick|
A method of stimulating an interval in a hydrocarbon reservoir equipped with a deviated wellbore having a casing, wherein said interval comprises at least two sequential stages in said wellbore without isolation means, said method comprising: i) introducing a first stage, ii) introducing a second stage in the same wellbore wherein said first stage, and second stage are not separated by any isolation means; and optionally, iii) recovering hydrocarbon from said hydrocarbon reservoir to a surface.
||WO||WO/2014/053049 - SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR GENERATING A SEARCH QUERY||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050709||BLACKBERRY LIMITED||ROTH, Robert Allan|
A method and system are provided for generating a search query on an electronic device. The method includes receiving a plurality of search elements. Each of the search elements is associated with one of a plurality of visual properties. The method also includes defining a first search criterion by applying a first logical operation to the search elements associated with a first visual property. The method may include defining a second search criterion by applying a second logical operation to the search elements associated with a second visual property and applying an other logical operation to the first and second search criteria.
||WO||WO/2014/053048 - SYSTEM AND METHODS FOR INTERACTING WITH A SMART TOOL||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050707||BLACKBERRY LIMITED||MCCOLGAN, Brian Edward Anthony|
A system and method performed by the system comprising obtaining a work parameter measured by a smart tool connected to an electronic device; and displaying information associated with the work parameter on a display of the electronic device. A system and method perform by the system comprises measuring a work parameter associated with a smart tool operating on a workpiece; and sending the work parameter to an electronic device connected to the smart tool to enable the electronic device to display information associated with the work parameter on a display of the electronic device.
||WO||WO/2014/053042 - DUSTLESS PICK-UP HEAD AND GUTTER BROOM APPARATUS||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/000952||VANDERLINDEN, Roger||VANDERLINDEN, Roger|
A dustless pick-up head and gutter broom apparatus comprises an air suctioning main fan; a pick-up head having a suctioning bottom opening, a debris-laden air egress, and a gutter broom suctioning inlet; a conduit connecting the main fan in air suctioning relation with the pick-up head to thereby provide a vacuum or recirculating type pick-up head; a gutter broom; a gutter broom housing generally surrounding the gutter broom with a debris receiving opening in the gutter broom housing to pennit debris to be engaged by the gutter broom and an air egress to permit the suctioning of debris -laden air from the gutter broom housing; and a gutter broom connector conduit having an inlet and an outlet. The inlet of the gutter broom connector conduit is connected in air receiving relation to the air egress of the gutter broom housing and the air outlet is connected in air delivery relation to the gutter broom suctioning inlet in the pick-up head. There is a maximum amount of distance between the air egress and the gutter broom suctioning inlet. The gutter broom suctioning inlet may be disposed adjacent the first end of the pick-up head or the gutter broom suctioning inlet may be disposed adjacent the front face of the pick-up head.
||WO||WO/2014/053045 - SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR ORGANIZING EVENTS||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050693||THINKPUDDLE INC.||BROWN, Mitchell Hart|
Systems and methods are provided to organize Events, including transmitting invitations and receiving RSVP responses, and to organize Date Polls to determine availability of attendees. The Events and Date Polls can be related to various Groups. Each Group represents a Group of Users, who choose to attend Events and respond to Date Polls. A Graphical User Interface is provided that displays the consolidated status of all Date Polls, Events and Groups with which a User is associated, even if these Entities are created by multiple independent Administrators. Where the User is also an Administrator of a Date Poll, Event, Group, or any combination thereof, the software provides various options to allow the Administrator to customize data related to any of the Date Poll, Event or Group.
||WO||WO/2014/053046 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR OVER-THE-AIR CALL FORWARDING PROVISIONING||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2012/050694||POLAR WIRELESS CORP.||PERLIN, George|
A method for provisioning call forwarding parameters including providing a dual-sided UICC between an interface between a primary subscriber identity module and a terminal of a mobile device, wherein the dual-sided UICC intercepts requests for communication from the primary SIM and determines whether a communications service should proceed with the dual-sided UICC or via the primary SIM; and detecting a change in location of the mobile device and providing at least one call forwarding parameter to the mobile device based on the change in location.
||WO||WO/2014/053050 - PORTABLE SUPPORT MAT||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/000335||EXODUS TRAFFIC SYSTEMS LTD.||LEGARE, Desiree|
A portable, unitary, lightweight, weather-proof support mat to reduce physical stress on a user caused by standing, sitting or kneeling on a hard surface for prolonged periods. The support mat provides a non-slip surface and an integral handle opening. The support mat is manufactured of rubber or other resilient material and may be provided in a variety of shapes and sizes.
||WO||WO/2014/053058 - METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR TARGETING ADVERTISEMENTS FOR EVENT-BASED SOCIAL NETWORKING||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/050662||MYSEAT.COM MEDIA INC.||PIGEON, Normand|
A social network is associated with an event. The event is joined by individuals who have visibility of others joined to the event via a third party network or via the social network. Demographic data is collected on the individuals joined to the event based on their social behaviour. Demographic patterns are extracted from the demographic data and individuals are targeted for ads based on the demographic patterns.
||WO||WO/2014/053052 - PRODUCTION OF PULSE PROTEIN PRODUCT USING CALCIUM CHLORIDE EXTRACTION ("YP702")||10.04.2014||
||PCT/CA2013/000834||BURCON NUTRASCIENCE (MB) CORP.||SEGALL, Kevin I.|
A pulse protein product having a protein content of at least about 60 wt% (N x 6.25) d.b., preferably a pulse protein isolate having a protein content of at least about 90 wt% (N x 6.25) d.b., is prepared from a pulse protein source material by extraction of the pulse protein source material with an aqueous calcium salt solution, preferably calcium chloride solution, to cause solubilization of pulse protein from the protein source and to form an aqueous pulse protein solution, separating the aqueous pulse protein solution from residual pulse protein source, optionally concentrating the aqueous pulse protein solution while maintaining the ionic strength substantially constant by using a selective membrane technique, optionally diafiltering the optionally concentrated pulse protein solution, and optionally drying the optionally concentrated and optionally diafiltered pulse protein solution.