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    • Ontario’s Bilingual Electronic Highway Signs Going Col...Ontario full-colour electronic highway signs

      January 20, 2015, Ministry of Transportation – Province Keeping Drivers Safe and Reducing Congestion: Ontario is introducing bilingual, full-colour electronic highway signs that include images to help keep drivers safe and manage traffic conditions. The use of colour, along with internationally-recognized images and symbols, with less text on the new signs allows drivers to easily […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      CASL Requirements for Installing Computer ProgramsCASL Requirements for Installing Computer Programs

      Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Requirements for Installing Computer Programs – If your business installs software or computer programs on other people’s computer systems, you must comply with new requirements as of January 15, 2015. The following guidelines provide an overview of these requirements, which stem from section 8 of CASL, as well as practical examples. […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Statement by Ontario’s Health Minister on Negotiations...Health care Ontario

      January 15, 2015 – Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care: Today, Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, issued the following statement in response to the Ontario Medical Association’s rejection of the ministry’s proposal for a negotiated agreement: “I am disappointed that the Ontario Medical Association has rejected our proposal after one year […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

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    • Employment (37)»

      Ontario – Information for CaregiversOntario - Information for Caregivers

      Ontario – Information for Caregivers – FINANCIAL INFORMATION Information about a variety of tax and other financial measures that may benefit seniors or their caregivers. Federal Resources Benefits Finder Service Canada – Services for Seniors Being a Caregiver Employment Insurance Compassionate Care Benefits Family Caregiver Amount (FCA) Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program for Persons with Disabilities […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Employer deadline for Canada Summer Jobs applications approa...Canada Summer Jobs

      January 23, 2015 – Gatineau, QC – Employment and Social Development Canada – Employers are reminded to apply now for funding under Canada Summer Jobs 2015. The funding will create thousands of job opportunities for students across the country. The deadline for applications is January 30, 2015. Funding is available to not-for-profit organizations, public-sector employers […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Minister Wong releases report from the Employer Panel for Ca...Ontario caregivers

      January 20, 2015– Toronto, Ontario – Employment and Social Development Canada: The Honourable Alice Wong, Minister of State (Seniors), announced today the release of the Employer Panel for Caregivers’ report called “When Work and Caregiving Collide – How Employers Can Support their Employees Who Are Caregivers”. The report highlights best workplace practices that many employers […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Immigration (41)»

      Express Entry: Entry Criteria and the Comprehensive Ranking ...Immigration to Canada: Express Entry

      The Express Entry system is creating a pool of candidates for immigration to Canada. Candidates are assessed based on a number of criteria, and the highest ranking candidates will be invited to apply to immigrate to Canada. There are requirements not only to get into the pool, but also to be chosen from it. Express […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      New Canadian Citizenship FeesNew Canadian Citizenship Fees

      Please note the new fees for the Temporary Residents Program and adult citizenship applications. Most of applications require you to pay a fee. Canadian  Citizenship Fees Citizenship – Fees Application for Right of Citizenship – $100 CAN Processing fees – Grant of Citizenship Application for: Adult Grant of Citizenship (Adoption) – $530 Adult Grant of […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Recruiting In-Demand, Skilled Immigrants to CanadaImmigration to Canada: Express Entry

      January 1, 2015, Ottawa — Express Entry will contribute to Canada’s economic growth and international competitiveness: Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander today celebrated the successful launch of Express Entry – a highly anticipated new application management system designed to get people with the skills to succeed in Canada’s economy here faster than ever. […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Law (34)»

      Your lawyer to defend legal rightsToronto Criminal Lawyer

      Being an experienced criminal lawyer Toronto Ernst Ashurov is one of those solicitors who can help you in almost every kind of case. He can represent you in all types of criminal cases whether they are related to sexual offence, domestic violence, impaired driving, murder, fraud, theft etc. By hiring Ernst Ashrov to handle the […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      CASL Requirements for Installing Computer ProgramsCASL Requirements for Installing Computer Programs

      Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Requirements for Installing Computer Programs – If your business installs software or computer programs on other people’s computer systems, you must comply with new requirements as of January 15, 2015. The following guidelines provide an overview of these requirements, which stem from section 8 of CASL, as well as practical examples. […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Powers of Attorney: what every older Canadian should know ab...Powers of Attorney

      Many Canadians are concerned about how to manage their money, property, and finances as they age or as life changes take place. They may worry about what will happen if they become unable to deal with their own finances. It is a good idea to plan ahead for a time when you may need help […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Money (41)»

      Being a CaregiverInformation for Caregiver

      As a caregiver, you may be eligible for various forms of assistance from the Government of Canada. Service Canada offers the following information to help you prepare for this role. Apply for Employment Insurance Compassionate Care Benefits Employment Insurance (EI) provides Compassionate Care Benefits to persons who have to be away from work temporarily to […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Ontario Senior Homeowners’ Property Tax GrantOntario Senior Homeowners' Property Tax Grant

      This grant helps seniors with the cost of their property taxes. How much money could I receive? You could get up to $500 each year. (You can use the online calculator to see how much money you can get.) Do I qualify? You may qualify for the grant if: you or your spouse/common-law partner paid […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Financial Programs for SeniorsFinancial Programs for Seniors

      Old Age Security (OAS) pension is based on age, legal status and years of residence in Canada after the age of 18. There are 2 types – a full and partial pension. If you have lived in Canada for less than 40 years, you may qualify for a partial pension. OAS is taxable. It must […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Relationships (3)»

      “My heart is broken”Broken_heart.svg

      Have you ever had your heart broken? More likely everybody has had. A broken heart is a common metaphor used to describe the intense emotional pain or suffering one feels after losing a loved one, whether through death, divorce, breakup, physical separation, betrayal, or romantic rejection. The phrase refers to the physical pain one may […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      “How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carne...How-to-win-friends

      “I am very fond of strawberries and cream, but I have found that for some strange reason, fish prefer worms. So when I went fishing, I didn’t think about what I wanted. I thought about what they wanted. I didn’t bait the hook with strawberries and cream. Rather, I dangled a worm or grasshopper in […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Dale Carnegie – the author of How to Win Friends and I...DaleCarnegie

      More than 8 million people in more than 80 countries have completed Dale Carnegie Training in Effective Speaking and Human Relations. Dale Carnegie Course was founded in 1912. It’s aimed to strengthen interpersonal relations, build greater self-confidence, develop leadership skills, manage stress and handle fast-changing workplace conditions. Dale Breckenridge Carnegie (originally Carnagey until 1922 and […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

  • Business

    • Development (42)»

      Employer deadline for Canada Summer Jobs applications approa...Canada Summer Jobs

      January 23, 2015 – Gatineau, QC – Employment and Social Development Canada – Employers are reminded to apply now for funding under Canada Summer Jobs 2015. The funding will create thousands of job opportunities for students across the country. The deadline for applications is January 30, 2015. Funding is available to not-for-profit organizations, public-sector employers […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Canada Small Business Financing ProgramCanada Small Business Financing Program

      St. Catharines, Ontario, 22 January 2015 – Small businesses face greater challenges accessing financing for a variety of reasons, including having little or no credit history, few tangible assets to use as collateral and more volatile sales and earnings. Recognizing this, on January 22, 2015, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the Government’s intent to make […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      PM announces improved access to financing for Canadian small...financing for Canadian small businesses

      St. Catharines, Ontario, 22 January 2015 – Prime Minister Stephen Harper today announced the Government’s intent to make changes to the Canada Small Business Financing Program, which will allow more small businesses to apply and will make larger loans available for small businesses to purchase or improve their land or buildings. These measures will enhance […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Management (9)»

      Payroll savings program for employeesPayroll savings program for employees

      Employees who work for organizations offering the Canada Savings Bonds (CSBs) Payroll Savings Program can sign up to the Program or increase contribution amounts for existing plans during the sales campaign, which runs every year from early October to 1 November. CSBs are available exclusively through the Payroll Savings Program. Whether you’re new to the […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Canada Revenue Agency Business Tax Reminders mobile appCRA-apps

      August 21, 2014 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Canada Revenue Agency: Harper Government launches first-ever CRA mobile app for small and medium-sized businesses. The Honourable Kerry-Lynne D. Findlay, P.C., Q.C., M.P., Minister of National Revenue, today took part in a roundtable with businesses to launch the first-ever mobile app for small and medium-sized businesses from […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      E-Services for Your Businesses Tax Mattersbusinessman with gold coins

      Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) offers online services that make it faster and easier to handle your company’s tax matters. You, your employee, or your representative can file, pay, and access detailed information about your tax accounts – all online, all at your fingertips. Save time – go online! Here is the link: http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/esrvc-srvce/tx/bsnss/menu-eng.html?utm_source=GC&utm_medium=carousel&utm_content=sln&utm_campaign=bac Select the […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Marketing (14)»

      Copyright Modernization Act about Illegal Downloading and Mo...Copyright Modernization Act about Illegal Downloading

      An Act to amend the Copyright Act, also known as Bill C-11 or the Copyright Modernization Act, received Royal Assent on June 29, 2012, and most of its provisions were brought into force on November 7, 2012. All remaining sections were brought into force by January 2, 2015. One of these sections requires Internet Service […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Content Writing Services from SEORepublic.comContent Writing Services from SEORepublic.com

      In our digital age, great content writing is crucial for online success of your company, because quality content often means more money to your business bank account. People do not come to your website to eye great graphics, unless your site offers free game playing. They want information. And they want it fast and just […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Do You Wanna Know a Secret about Magnetic Content Writing?SEO Optimized Content Writing Toronto

      To get the answer we’ll have to repeat the question: Do you wanna know a secret about magnetic content writing? Here it comes: Forget cool; think relevant and SEO optimized. There is a constantly growing demand for professional content writing services simply because quality and SEO optimized content often translates into higher revenues. Your website […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Software (6)»

      CASL Requirements for Installing Computer ProgramsCASL Requirements for Installing Computer Programs

      Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Requirements for Installing Computer Programs – If your business installs software or computer programs on other people’s computer systems, you must comply with new requirements as of January 15, 2015. The following guidelines provide an overview of these requirements, which stem from section 8 of CASL, as well as practical examples. […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Software Protection Service: Desktop and Mobile Code Protect...Morpher-Blue

      Software industry is one with the fastest expansion in developing markets. Most of the software solutions contain certain elements of intellectual property. These intellectual property elements are almost always a key condition to the success in business. If the software is distributed to the clients, inevitably software protection has to be used. Most of intellectual […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Morpher: Software Protection SolutionsMorpher-Logo

      Morpher is a versatile and flexible automatic software transformation toolkit focused on protection of software algorithms (http://morpher.com/). Despite of other software protection solutions on the market which operate only on the final binary Morpher is tightly coupled with the industry-standard C/C++ compiler and thus can exploit much more information about sources to be protected. Note […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Startup (15)»

      Government of Canada announces support to grow competitive s...Small business Canada

      Royal Galipeau, Member of Parliament (Ottawa-Orléans), accompanied by the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology), today announced the Government of Canada’s investment in Invest Ottawa, in collaboration with Wesley Clover and PARTEQ Innovations, to support Ottawa and Eastern Ontario’s innovative businesses, enabling them to grow, prosper and create jobs. Through the Canada […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Harper Government helps small and medium businesses “g...vector image of business people with buildings in background

      August 27, 2014 – London, ON – Canada Revenue Agency: The Honourable Kerry-Lynne D. Findlay, P.C., Q.C., M.P., Minister of National Revenue, joined by Susan Truppe, Member of Parliament for London North Centre, today highlighted pilot projects to help small and medium enterprise (SME) compliance. The Liaison Officer Initiative (LOI) focuses on providing in-person support […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Entrepreneurship funds and resources for people under 30calculator-1

      Thinking about starting your own business? There are government support programs to help you get started. Summer Company Get start-up money to kick-off a new summer business Up to $1,500 up front to help with start-up costs Up to $1,500 when you successfully complete the program requirements Receive advice and mentorship from local business leaders […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Success Stories (5)»

      Gary LipovetskyGary Lipovetsky

      Since 2011, I’ve been dreaming of meeting one particular person – an outstanding businessman and self-made multimillionaire whose name has been in the front page in The Globe and Mail, National Post, CBC Television, Financial Post, Toronto Star, The Vancouver Sun and other sources of Canadian mainstream media – Mr. Gary Lipovetsky. For privacy reasons, […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      One more business success story: Nunzio Presta – Founder of...Nunzio

      Like any other Entrepreneurship student, Nunzio Presta, Graduate of The Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, aspired to leave school with a fresh business idea that would jump start a successful career. His first foray, in the apparel industry quickly became a success; however, when he felt that the company had reached its […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Napoleon HillNapoleon_Hill_1937

      Napoleon Hill is considered to have influenced more people into success than any other person in history, primarily through his classic book Think and Grow Rich, which is one of the best-selling books of all times. He was one of the earliest producers of the modern genre of personal-success literature. In his writings, Hill stated […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

  • Lifestyle

    • Architecture (3)»

      3D Architectural Rendering: Sounds Greek to You?Toronto3d-iron-railing-stairs-3d-architectural-rendering

      The image you see is not a photo! It’s just one fragment of 3D virtual tour of the house that is not built yet! A 3D virtual tour is a life-realistic simulation of a non-existing building or location gives you a wrap-around feeling, as if you were walking through a real house or garden while […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      3D Life-Realistic Architectural Visualization: “Walk through”...Toronto3d-residential-modern-house-exterior-3d-rendering

      In plain words, any existing or conceptual object can be visualized in 3D. Whether it is a house, garden, patio, living room, kitchen, sofa, or any other object or idea, at Toronto3D, we can visualize it all! We will collaborate with you to transform any space into an interactive visual environment filled with the elements […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Allen Lambert Galleria – “Crystal Cathedral of C...AllenLambertGal-Main

      The Allen Lambert Galleria, sometimes described as the “crystal cathedral of commerce”, is an atrium designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava which connects Bay Street with Sam Pollock Square.

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Arts & Culture (7)»

      The best Canadian books of 2014 revealedThe best Canadian books of 2014

      Ottawa, November 18, 2014 – The Canada Council for the Arts announced today the 14 winners of the 2014 Governor General’s Literary Awards. See the full list below. Quote “By celebrating the GG literary awards, we want to highlight the work of Canada’s best authors, illustrators and translators. The voices of these artists and thinkers […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Canada Council for the Arts releases Annual Report, highligh...Canada Council for the Arts

      Ottawa, October 6, 2014 – The Canada Council has released its 2013-14 Annual Report, which highlights the organization’s work to support and advance the arts in Canada. Last year, it funded $153.6 million in grants, prizes and payments to artists and arts organizations across the country. Visit Council’s “Stats and Stories” website for a detailed […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Captivating World of the Doll Art School of Elena Gromova &#...Doll

      It’s really something special, unique, breathtaking, charming, and fantastic! Not enough words to describe the feelings when you see the magic dolls of the world famous doll-maker and visionary gallerist Elena Gromova and the artists of her school. Their ever-lasting remarkable creations have become the center-pieces in many private collections all over the world: during […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Auto (19)»

      Ontario’s Bilingual Electronic Highway Signs Going Col...Ontario full-colour electronic highway signs

      January 20, 2015, Ministry of Transportation – Province Keeping Drivers Safe and Reducing Congestion: Ontario is introducing bilingual, full-colour electronic highway signs that include images to help keep drivers safe and manage traffic conditions. The use of colour, along with internationally-recognized images and symbols, with less text on the new signs allows drivers to easily […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      No Ice is 100 per cent Safe!Snowmibile safety

      Snowmobilers’ brush with death important reminder to use common sense on ice says OPP & OFSC. Orillia, ON, Jan. 2, 2015 – With two snowmobiles having fallen through the ice since the start of the new year, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) are reminding snowmobilers that no […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Be safe this snowmobile seasonSnowmobile safety

      Be prepared and take charge of your own safety this snowmobile season says OPP & OFSC Orillia, ON, Jan. 4, 2015 – The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) are reminding riders that a snowmobile can quickly take you away from areas where services, communities and emergency assistance are […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Computers (9)»

      CASL Requirements for Installing Computer ProgramsCASL Requirements for Installing Computer Programs

      Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Requirements for Installing Computer Programs – If your business installs software or computer programs on other people’s computer systems, you must comply with new requirements as of January 15, 2015. The following guidelines provide an overview of these requirements, which stem from section 8 of CASL, as well as practical examples. […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      It’s illegal to install computer programs on an indivi...new requirements for installing computer programs

      January 15, 2015 – Ottawa–Gatineau –Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC): As of today, new requirements for installing computer programs have come into force. Businesses installing software or computer programs on another person’s computer must now have their consent. For example, under the new requirements, it is now illegal for a website to automatically install […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Content Writing Services from SEORepublic.comContent Writing Services from SEORepublic.com

      In our digital age, great content writing is crucial for online success of your company, because quality content often means more money to your business bank account. People do not come to your website to eye great graphics, unless your site offers free game playing. They want information. And they want it fast and just […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Education (25)»

      Making Postsecondary Education More Affordable in OntarioPostsecondary Education in Ontario

      December 8, 2014 – Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities – Increasing Student Assistance, Helping Graduates Repay Their Loans: Ontario is increasing the annual maximum amount of financial aid available to college and university students and introducing new measures to help students repay their Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) loan. Ontario is modernizing OSAP by: […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Importance of Saving for Children’s Post-Secondary Edu...Saving for Children's Post-Secondary Education - RESP

      November 17, 2014– Ottawa, Ontario – Employment and Social Development Canada – Minister Bergen highlights the importance of saving for children’s post-secondary education during Financial Literacy Month: The Honourable Candice Bergen, Minister of State for Social Development, marked Financial Literacy month by highlighting the importance of saving for children’s post-secondary education at an event hosted […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Protecting the Health and Well-Being of StudentsProtecting Ontario students

      October 30, 2014, Ministry of Education – As part of extensive provincial Health and Physical Education curriculum consultations, Ontario is listening to more feedback from parents from across the province. This fall, one parent from every elementary school across the province will have the opportunity to provide feedback to the government through a secure survey. […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Event (11)»

      Questions to Consider While Searching for Wedding Cake Desig...Wedding Forward is an online social wedding community

      Even though wedding cake disappears right after it is cut, people take it important to order a delicious and beautiful cake that looks appealing and mouth watering. To make the cake visually desirable, people prefer to hire the services of experienced cake designers so that the end product is just according to their expectations. But […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Holiday and Winter SafetyHoliday and Winter Safety

      Holidays can be busy and joyous times but holiday decorations and new toys can bring risks along with festive cheer. Stay safe by knowing how to manage the health or safety hazards of holiday items you bring into your home. Minimize your risks by following the safety tips on this page. Holiday trees When buying […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Tips to Make your Wedding Gown Selection Easierwedding dresses - www.WeddingForward.com

      Shopping for a wedding dress is not an easy task. There is always the most perfect dress for any individual. However, finding the perfect dress out of the thousands in the market can be very challenging. As such, any ideas that can make the process a lot easier and less demanding are much welcome at […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Fashion (3)»

      Charles Frederick Worth – the Father of Haute Coutureiworthc001p1

      Although tailors and dressmakers were no doubt responsible for many innovations before, and the textile industry certainly led many trends, the history of fashion design is normally taken to date from 1858, when the English-born Charles Frederick Worth (1826-1895) opened the first true haute couture house in Paris. He is widely considered the Father of […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Reena Green’s FashionsReenaGreen-PortHat

      It was surprisingly wonderful to see pearl drops sitting atop lilies of the valley, the blue turquoise of forget-me-nots, or the red of coral luxurious roses; you feel the warmth and the brightness of summer in your heart. Like Gerda, you were, all of a sudden, in the old woman’s beautiful garden of eternal summer, […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      The Birkin BagBirkin_bag

      The Birkin bag is a handbag by Hermès, handmade in leather and named after actress and singer Jane Birkin. Hermès International S.A., or simply Hermès is a French high fashion house established in 1837, today specializing in leather, lifestyle accessories, perfumery, luxury goods, and ready-to-wear. Its logo, since the 1950s, is of a Duc carriage […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Food & Drinks (16)»

      An avocado a day may help keep bad cholesterol at bayAvocado is good for your heart

      American Heart Association Rapid Access Journal Report, Dallas, January 07, 2015 – Eating one avocado a day as part of a heart healthy, cholesterol-lowering moderate-fat diet can help improve bad cholesterol levels in overweight and obese individuals, according to new research published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Study Highlights: Individuals on a […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Canada’s food safety system ranked world’s bestCanada's food safety system is world's best

      November 20, 2014 – Ottawa, ON – Canadian Food Inspection Agency – Canada ranked first out of 17 countries on food safety performance: Canada’s food safety system was ranked the best in the world, in a report released today by the Conference Board of Canada in collaboration with the University of Guelph’s Food Institute. Canada’s […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Lead in Foodtoxic

      Lead is a naturally occurring metal found in rock and soil and also has many industrial applications. Due to both its natural occurrence and long history of global use, lead is ubiquitous in the environment and is present in air, water and soil as well as in food, drinking water and household dust. Levels of […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Health & Beauty (54)»

      Stroke falls to No. 5 cause of death in U.S.Stroke

      American Heart Association Rapid Access Journal Report, Dallas, Dec. 30, 2014 – Stroke has dropped from the nation’s fourth-leading cause of death to No. 5, according to new federal statistics. It is the second time since 2011 that stroke has dropped a spot in the mortality rankings. According to the Centers for Disease Control and […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      An avocado a day may help keep bad cholesterol at bayAvocado is good for your heart

      American Heart Association Rapid Access Journal Report, Dallas, January 07, 2015 – Eating one avocado a day as part of a heart healthy, cholesterol-lowering moderate-fat diet can help improve bad cholesterol levels in overweight and obese individuals, according to new research published in the Journal of the American Heart Association. Study Highlights: Individuals on a […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Burn Calories, Not Your MoneyConsumer protection - fitness

      Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, January 5, 2015 – Ontario Government Offers Tips to Consumers Joining a Gym: Following the holiday season, many Ontarians make a New Year’s resolution to lose weight or get in shape. If you are considering joining a gym or fitness club in 2015, here are some tips from Consumer […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Home & Garden (17)»

      Overview of Sauna Heaters and Their Importancesauna heaters Toronto

      If you are looking for the trusted manufacturers of sauna heaters, no one will be better than Dream Sauna as they have been in the industry for a long time and are capable of producing heaters as you want. Yes, their heaters are either equipped with 4KW or 8KW heating power source, they have everything […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Reasons to Purchase Sauna Kits from Dream SaunaSauna Kits for the GTA Home Owners

      Dream Sauna offers the best quality sauna kits that can be customized according to the clients’ requirements. You can select any type that perfectly complements your needs and help you in improving your health. You can even order a custom kit by sending your desired materials and designs so as you receive all the benefits […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Have You Tested Your Home for Cancer-Causing Radon Gas?Radon in your house

      I’ve been in real estate business in Toronto and the GTA for over 15 years and only a couple of weeks ago, for the first time ever, I’ve been asked by a homebuyer if the houses were tested for radon.  Toronto Real Estate Agent, Nina Timoshyna Right at Home Realty Inc., Brokerage Sales Representative 416-274-7367 […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Real Estate (20)»

      Have You Tested Your Home for Cancer-Causing Radon Gas?Radon in your house

      I’ve been in real estate business in Toronto and the GTA for over 15 years and only a couple of weeks ago, for the first time ever, I’ve been asked by a homebuyer if the houses were tested for radon.  Toronto Real Estate Agent, Nina Timoshyna Right at Home Realty Inc., Brokerage Sales Representative 416-274-7367 […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Richmond Hill Real Estate Agent Gives Tips for a Hassle-Free...Richmond Hill Real Estate Agent, Nina Timoshyna

      By the way, do you know that in Richmond Hill and Toronto, September 1st is one of the busiest moving days of the year? Okay, you are not moving on this day. Doesn’t matter. Moving on any day can be extremely stressful and costly. That is why choosing a reliable and reputable moving company can […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Toronto Real Estate Expert Tells about Low-Cost Home Improve...Real Estate Agent Toronto Nina Timoshyna

      There can be a lot of reasons to sell your home. And when the time comes, you want to sell it fast and for the price you ask. But very often we simply forget that competition is tough and marketing the home is crucial. Here are some ways to improve the value of your home […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Technology (18)»

      Updated auto radar standard to improve road safetyUpdated auto radar standard

      November 21, 2014 – Ottawa – Industry Canada – Minister Moore introduces new rules for radar technology: The radar technology in cars uses radio waves to measure the speed and distance of approaching objects. This technology is being used in the automotive industry to offer features such as adaptive cruise control, which will help drivers […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      CRTC works with small business to stop malicious spam from b...malicious spam messages

      October 7, 2014 – Ottawa-Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC). The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) announced today that by working with a small Saskatchewan business, it has stopped malicious spam messages from being sent to Canadians. Millions of spam messages were unknowingly being sent from a server owned by a Saskatchewan-based […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Improved High-Speed Internet Now Available in Kawartha Lakes...vector image of news in palmtop

      August 21, 2014 – Peterborough, Ontario – Infrastructure Canada: Residents in the regions of Kawartha Lakes and Peterborough County are celebrating the news today that improved high-speed Internet is now available in their area. The reach and speed of existing wireless and DSL networks have been expanded to provide download speeds of up to 15 […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Travel (15)»

      Ontario’s Bilingual Electronic Highway Signs Going Col...Ontario full-colour electronic highway signs

      January 20, 2015, Ministry of Transportation – Province Keeping Drivers Safe and Reducing Congestion: Ontario is introducing bilingual, full-colour electronic highway signs that include images to help keep drivers safe and manage traffic conditions. The use of colour, along with internationally-recognized images and symbols, with less text on the new signs allows drivers to easily […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Protecting the Health and Safety of CanadiansEbola Virus

      October 31, 2014 — Ottawa — Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander today announced new precautionary measures to protect the health and safety of Canadians. Effective immediately, Canadian visa officers have temporarily paused the processing of visa applications from foreign nationals who have been physically present in a country designated by the World Health […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Travel / Visitor Insurance for Winter Holiday Season for Ont...Travel Insurance for Ontarians

      Christmas is the most exciting time of the year, in any respect. It’s beautiful, it’s fun, it’s a fairy-tail period for children and adults. It’s time when families gather together. Whether it’s a Europe tour, long-waited Caribbean vacation, a family adventure, or an escape for two, don’t forget to protect what is most important to […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

  • Discovering Ontario

    • Accommodation (3)»

      Accommodation in Kingston1-kingston

      Kingston is located on the north shore of Lake Ontario and the St Lawrence, almost exactly halfway between Montréal and Toronto. As the first (very short lived) capital of Canada, Kingston was originally settled in 1673 as Fort Frontenac. Today, Kingston is one of the most historic cities in Canada with numerous churches, old buildings, […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Accommodation in Niagara Falls1-Horseshoe_Falls

      For hundreds of years the grandeur of the Falls of the Niagara River have attracted millions and millions to this destination. Niagara Falls is the self-proclaimed “Honeymoon Capital of the World.” Numerous hotels offer a room with a view of the Falls; check with the hotel when booking and specify that you want a full […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Accommodation in Niagara-on-the-Lake, the prettiest town in ...1-NOTL_prince_of_wales

      Niagara-on-the-Lake, located where the Niagara River enters Lake Ontario, is one of the best-preserved 19th-century villages in North America. Named the Prettiest Town in Canada in 1996, the town is the jewel of the Province of Ontario. National Historic District Niagara-on-the-Lake played a significant role in the establishment of many of the national and provincial […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Attractions (3)»

      CN Tower1-CN

      The CN Tower is a communications and observation tower in Downtown Toronto. Standing 553.33m (1,815.4ft) tall, it was completed in 1976, becoming the world’s tallest free-standing structure and world’s tallest tower at the time. It held both records for 34 years until the completion of Burj Khalifa and Canton Tower in 2010. It remains the […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Toronto Entertainment District1-Entertain_District_map

      Toronto’s Entertainment District consists of eight city blocks that houses every type of entertainment you can think of. The area boasts a host of dining choices from pubs and bars to upscale bistros serving everything from Steak and seafood to international entrees. The area also has nightlife spots from dance clubs and live music venues […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      African Lion Safari1-African_lion_safari

      African Lion Safari is a family-owned safari park situated in Flamborough, Hamilton, Ontario, about 100km (62mi) west of Toronto. The mailing address is in Cambridge, Ontario. It includes more than 1,000 animals, representing over 100 species of mammals and birds from across the globe. Guests may tour seven game reserves (with a total area of […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Cities & Towns (3)»

      Niagara-on-the-Lake: The prettiest town in Canada1-Niagara_on_the_lake

      This small town located at the northern terminus of the scenic Niagara Parkway is my heart magnet. Each time when I need to elate my soul I go there. I love this place in bright and colorful summer days, in a magic golden fall or in an emerald green spring. It is always warm and […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      ELORA – “Ontario’s Most Beautiful Village&...1-Elora_Ontario_Old_Mill

      A short distance away from the hustle & bustle of city life and yet it feels like… a world away Located within driving distance from the Greater Toronto Area, there is a fantastic place set amidst scenic rolling hills and fertile farmland. The village of Elora is one of the most charming areas of Ontario. […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Bracebridge: the Heart of Muskoka1-Bracebridge_ON

      Bracebridge is a town and the seat of the Muskoka District Municipality in Ontario. The town was built around a waterfall on the Muskoka River in the centre of town, and is known for its other nearby waterfalls (Wilson’s Falls, High Falls, etc.). It was first incorporated in 1875. It was named after a book, […]

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    • Museums (4)»

      ROM Opens Gates of China’s Forbidden City with New Centenn...ROM_Crystal

      ROM Opens Gates of China’s Forbidden City with New Centennial Exhibition. The Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors opens March 8 for the first time, Canadians will see 250 treasures that were part of imperial life. Exhibition includes incredibly rare artifacts seen outside China for first time. Toronto, Ontario, February 12, 2014 – […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Spadina House (By Natalia Grytsan)1-Spadina_House

      Have you ever felt Heritage? No, no, it is not a mistake. Sure, you have read about historical past, watched movies, visited museums and other memorable places. But what about that sensations and emotions when you can touch, smell, see, and feel History? Contentment, peace and tranquility come over you while you are there. It […]

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      Campbell House1-Campbell_House

      Campbell House is a historic house in downtown Toronto. It is the oldest remaining house from the original site of the Town of York and was built by Upper Canada Chief Justice Sir William Campbell and his wife Hannah in 1822. The home was designed for entertaining and comfort, and constructed at a time when […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Parks (8)»

      Take a trip this fall and see Ontario’s fall coloursFall in Ontario

      September 19, 2014, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry – Ontario Government Encourages Families to Enjoy the Great Outdoors: Ontario provincial parks offer great opportunities for families and friends to see beautiful fall colours. The Ontario Parks Fall Colour Report shows you when colours are at their peak in provincial parks across Ontario. Colours peak […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Province Provides More Opportunities to Enjoy Ontario’s Ou...Clear Creek Forest, Ontario Provincial Park

      September 3, 2014, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry – Ontario, in partnership with the Nature Conservancy of Canada, is opening five new provincial parks and expanding three others. These natural environment and nature reserve parks will help protect over 10,000 hectares of Ontario’s rare ecosystems and other important parts of the province’s natural heritage, […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Fall Asleep in Ontario Parks This AutumnTent

      August 22, 2014, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry – As fall approaches, cooler evenings mean better sleeping conditions, especially if you’re enjoying fresh air during the day and sleeping under a roof in an Ontario provincial park at night. Ontario Parks offers a variety of roofed accommodations, including cabins, yurts and cottages. Whether you’re […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Resorts & Cottages (3)»

      Blue Mountain Ski Resort1-Blue_Mountain_Resort

      Blue Mountain is an alpine ski resort in Ontario, just northwest of Collingwood. It is situated on a section of the Niagara Escarpment about 1km (0.6mi.) from Nottawasaga Bay, and is a major destination for skiers from southern Ontario. On average, Blue Mountain sells more than 750,000 lift tickets per year, making it the third-busiest […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Deerhurst Resort1-Deerhurst_Resort

      The Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Ontario is two hours north of Toronto in Ontario’s Muskoka region, bordering the Algonquin Provincial Park. The resort dates from 1896 when it was first opened by English entrepreneur Charles Waterhouse. The lakeside hotel was the central venue of the 36th G8 summit in 2010. Deerhurst offers accommodations for 1,000 […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Windermere House1-Windermere_House

      The Windermere House is a historic hotel and resort located in Windermere, Ontario in the Muskoka region. It is known as The Lady of the Lakes. It was built in 1870 in Victorian style, originally as a boarding house, and overlooks Lake Rosseau. The then-127-year-old Windermere House burned to the ground during the filming of […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

    • Weekend Trips (7)»

      The 1887 Segwun Still Goes Chugging Across Muskoka’s L...Segwun-3

      Photo: The steamship Segwun, built in 1887, heads for the open sea – well, okay, for Lake Muskoka as it approaches the narrows at Gravenhurst Bay. (By Patrick Brennan) By Patrick Brennan It was good roads that brought R.M.S. Segwun back to life 25 years ago this summer. And that’s appropriate; as it was good […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Travelling by car in Ontario: The Thorold TunnelThorold_Tunnel

      The Thorold Tunnel, located in in the city of Thorold, in the Niagara Region of Ontario, is an underwater tunnel, carrying Highway 58 underneath the Welland Canal. Built between 1965 and 1967, the tunnel is 840 metres in length. It consists of two separate tubes, each two lanes wide. The westbound side has a sidewalk […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Travelling in Ontario by car: Kingston Area Ferry Informatio...ferrymap

      King’s Highway 33, commonly referred to as Highway 33, is a provincially maintained highway in the Canadian province of Ontario. The route begins at Highway 62 in Bloomfield and travels east to the Collins Bay Road junction at Collins Bay in the city of Kingston, a distance of 60.9 kilometres (37.8mi). The highway continues further […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

  • Ontarians

    • Gary LipovetskyGary Lipovetsky

      Since 2011, I’ve been dreaming of meeting one particular person – an outstanding businessman and self-made multimillionaire whose name has been in the front page in The Globe and Mail, National Post, CBC Television, Financial Post, Toronto Star, The Vancouver Sun and other sources of Canadian mainstream media – Mr. Gary Lipovetsky. For privacy reasons, […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Stephen Joseph Harper1-Stephen_Harper

      Stephen Joseph Harper PC MP (born April 30, 1959) is the twenty-second and current Prime Minister of Canada and leader of the Conservative Party. Harper became prime minister when his party formed a minority government after the 2006 federal election. He is the first prime minister from the newly reconstituted Conservative Party, following a merger […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

      Harold Scott Macdonald1-Coxeter

      Harold Scott MacDonald “Donald” Coxeter, CC (February 9, 1907 – March 31, 2003) was a British-born Canadian geometer. Coxeter is regarded as one of the great geometers of the 20th century. He was born in London but spent most of his life in Canada. Major contribution to geometry was in dimensional analogy — the process […]

      Jan 24th, 2015

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