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    • Sophia and Jackson are the Most Popular Baby Names in Ontari...Most Popular Baby Names in Ontario

      Non-traditional spelling trend influences top names in Ontario this year Sophia and Jackson are the most popular baby names in Ontario, overtaking Olivia and Liam when different spellings of similar sounding names are grouped together. Ontario’s most popular baby names are anything but traditional when it comes to their spelling, with non-traditional spelling influencing and […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Ontario’s Provincial Parks Offer Lots of Choices for Winte...Winter Fun in Ontario Provincial Parks

      It’s not too late to make a New Year’s resolution to explore Ontario’s provincial parks this winter. From camping under the stars in the crisp winter air or in a warm roofed accommodation to hiking and sightseeing, there are activities to keep everyone happy. And if the weather cooperates this winter, you can also lace […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Know Your Rights before Joining a GymKnow Your Rights before Joining a Gym

      The start of a New Year is a great time to put healthy lifestyle goals into action. It’s also a time when Ontarians get inundated by time-sensitive promotions for fitness classes and gym memberships. Before you sign a contract, make sure that the gym or facility you choose fits your expectations by checking that the: […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

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    • Employment (64)»

      Scope of General Labor JobsGeneral Labor Jobs from Toronto job agency

      Want to start your professional career? MSM Group is the best temporary job agency to find your desired general labor jobs. Just be sure about what you are looking for! Service sector has experienced a great boom in the past few years and have become one of the best occupational groups for potential candidates to […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Employment Standards Act (ESA) – What Businesses Need ...Employment Standards in Ontario

      A law called the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) establishes minimum employer obligations and employee rights with respect to rates of pay, hours of work and overtime, vacations, public holidays, leaves of absence and more. Every province and most industrialized countries have similar laws in place to protect employees. The ESA applies to most employees […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Minimum Wage Increased in OntarioMinimum Wage Increased in Ontario

      Province committed to providing fairness for workers, predictability for business. As announced earlier this year, Ontario is raising the general minimum wage from $11 to $11.25 per hour, effective October 1, 2015. The increase is a result of recent changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 and a recommendation from the Minimum Wage Advisory Panel […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Immigration (48)»

      Ontario New Legislation to Maximize Benefits of ImmigrationOntario Immigration Strategy

      May 28, 2015 – Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade – Today Ontario passed the Ontario Immigration Act to help the province maximize the economic benefits of immigration. Immigrants help grow a stronger economy by leveraging their networks and forging global connections that keep Ontario competitive in international markets. Building on the government’s Immigration […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot ProgramImmigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program

      The Immigrant Investor Venture Capital (IIVC) Pilot Program has reopened. CIC will accept applications from May 25 to December 30, 2015, and will process the first 60 complete applications. CIC will also accept up to 60 additional applications that will be placed on a waiting list. The program may close earlier if 60 immigrant investors […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Reopening the Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Progr...Reopening the Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program

      An innovative investor program that will bring economic benefits to Canada. May 23, 2015 — Ottawa —The Government of Canada continues to test demand for the Immigrant Investor Venture Capital (IIVC) Pilot Program—a program which will ensure that immigrants who come to Canada deliver meaningful benefits to our economy and society. The program is reopening […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Law (67)»

      Know Your Rights before Joining a GymKnow Your Rights before Joining a Gym

      The start of a New Year is a great time to put healthy lifestyle goals into action. It’s also a time when Ontarians get inundated by time-sensitive promotions for fitness classes and gym memberships. Before you sign a contract, make sure that the gym or facility you choose fits your expectations by checking that the: […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Drug Offences: Defense Strategies to UseDrug offence - Toronto Criminal Lawyer

      Repealing and replacing the Narcotic Control Act as well as Parts III and IV of the Food and Drugs Act, the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA) was executed on May 14, 1997, for governing the prosecutions of drug related offences. The aim was to consolidate the major provisions that deal with illicit drugs, now […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      New Legislation for Child Care Providers in OntarioNew Legislation for Child Care Providers in Ontario

      On August 31, 2015, the Child Care and Early Years Act came into effect. This new legislation replaces the Day Nurseries Act. You can find out how the new rules and regulations affect child care providers at http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/childcare/ Licensed operators are now required to have a program statement in line with “How Does Learning Happen? […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Money (69)»

      Celebrate Ontario 2016 Now Open for ApplicationsCelebrate Ontario 2016 Now Open for Applications

      The deadline to apply for Celebrate Ontario 2016 is November 4, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. Ontario is now accepting applications for Celebrate Ontario 2016, a program designed to support festivals and events across the province. Celebrate Ontario grants help create jobs and grow local economies across the province, supporting new and improved experiences that attract […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Ontario Modernizing Financial Aid for StudentsOntario Modernizing Financial Aid for Students

      As announced in the 2015 Budget, Ontario is making its student financial assistance program easier to use, more flexible, and more transparent. The province is moving forward with several important changes to modernize the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) for the 2015-16 school year including: Giving students more control over how much financial aid they […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      The Ontario Retirement Pension PlanOntario Retirement Pension Plan

      Retirement Income Security for Ontario Workers Ontarians want and deserve income security in retirement. However, workplace pension plan coverage is low, the workplace is changing, and experts agree that people aren’t able to save enough. Ontario has taken action because retirement savings challenges will worsen without a strong plan for the future. Subject to legislative […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • 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 26th, 2016

      “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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

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    • Development (45)»

      Ontario Helping Businesses Grow Through Angel InvestmentAngel Investment Ontario

      May 25, 2015 – Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure: Ontario is making it easier for businesses that have a positive social or environmental impact, while producing a sustainable financial return, grow and succeed. The province, in partnership with the Network of Angel Organizations-Ontario (NAO-Ontario), is launching the Impact Angel Alliance. The Alliance will […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Supporting Canadian small businessesSupporting Canadian small businesses

      April 10, 2015 – Ottawa – Industry Canada – Harper Government continues to promote policies that create jobs and help grow the economy. Industry Minister James Moore today announced that the Government is streamlining radio, spectrum and satellite licensing and equipment certification. These changes will support future innovation and investment by small businesses in the […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Natural Resources Financial Assistance Programs for Ontario ...Natural Resources Financial Assistance Programs for Ontario Businesses

      Toronto Hydro – Business Conservation Programs – Audit Funding This Program offers financial incentives to eligible business owners and tenants towards the cost of an energy audit to help prioritize the best opportunities to reduce energy costs. The audits provide businesses with the data needed to fully understand the financial benefits of installing a variety […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Management (19)»

      Why cleaning your carpet once in a while is importantResidential & Commercial Carpet Cleaning in Toronto and GTA

      Traditionally, the carpet has always been associated with affluence, status and respectability. That’s why it can usually be noticed in the offices of successful lawyers, expensive restaurants, boutique shops or waiting rooms in doctor’s practices, being used as an expression of achievement and style. Its main advantage is that it reduces the sound of footsteps […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Employment Standards Act (ESA) – What Businesses Need ...Employment Standards in Ontario

      A law called the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) establishes minimum employer obligations and employee rights with respect to rates of pay, hours of work and overtime, vacations, public holidays, leaves of absence and more. Every province and most industrialized countries have similar laws in place to protect employees. The ESA applies to most employees […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Ontario Increasing Workplace Protections for EmployeesWorkplace Protections for Employees

      May 20, 2015 – Ministry of Labour – Ontario Ensuring Workers Understand Rights and Obligations in the Workplace: New changes to Ontario’s Employment Standards Act, 2000 come into effect today that will help workers across the province better understand their rights in the workplace. Starting today, the law will require employers to provide employees with […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Marketing (18)»

      Benefits of LED Signs for BusinessLED Signs for Business in Toronto & the GTA

      The most conventional tools for most advertising campaigns are the TV, radio and newspaper. But the cost of these may not prove a very wise investment, especially when considering smaller businesses. On top of being quite expensive, these methods cover a larger area than your business may require, reaching people who are unlikely to travel […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      My 30 Second StoryAvenue Road Advertising Toronto

      In 1981 I pitched a no hitter for my Baseball team. In 1981 and 1982 my hockey team won the league championship. In 1986 we won the baseball championship. One of my teammates went on to play for the Toronto Blue Jays and they won the championship in 1992 as well as 1993. Beating out […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Internet Marketing: Creating Unprecedented Opportunities for...Online marketing company Toronto

      Managing a business, whether local or international, calls for a well-orchestrated plan on multiple fronts. By the end of the day, the success of a business boils down to a decent amount of “sales” and revenue – such that not only puts a huge smile on your face as a business owner, but also keeps […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • 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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

    • Startup (23)»

      Ontario Invests $27M in Youth EntrepreneurshipBusiness startup for youth in Ontario

      Province extends youth jobs strategy to help youth launch businesses, gain skills. Ontario is helping young people across the province create the next wave of highly skilled jobs and innovative products. The province is building on its support of young innovators and aspiring entrepreneurs by investing more than $27 million over two years in a […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Employment programs for people under 30Employment programs for people under 30

      If you are under the age of 30, we have programs and tools to help you build skills, start a business, or find work. Find what’s right for you Browse for programs to help you learn how to start a business, prepare yourself for the job market or get work experience. Programs available Here’s the […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Ontario Promoting Entrepreneurship among YouthYouth Jobs Strategy

      May 20, 2015 – Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure – Expanded Program Helps Students Learn Business Skills: Ontario is helping high school students in the Simcoe region, and thousands more from across the province, learn about entrepreneurship and develop important business and work skills. The High School Entrepreneurship Outreach program provides funding to […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • 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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

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    • Architecture (4)»

      Unique Home Decor from Toronto Mural ArtistUnique Home Decor from Toronto Mural Artist

      Painted decoration of interior space is one of the oldest art forms and still one of the main methods of home decoration. It is an amazing art that customizes interiors and reflects the taste of the owners. For the reason that artistic painting can transform any space beyond all recognition, it has found its place […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

    • Arts & Culture (13)»

      Dance Classes for Adults & Social Dance Club in TorontoDance Classes for Adults & Social Dance Club in Toronto

      If you want to become just as good a dancer as the contestants on “So You Think You Can Dance Canada”, tone your body, feel more confident and meet new people, you should consider taking some dance classes. Dance Classes in Toronto – http://dancedna.ca Thanks to shows like these, the interest for dancing has grown […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Unique Home Decor from Toronto Mural ArtistUnique Home Decor from Toronto Mural Artist

      Painted decoration of interior space is one of the oldest art forms and still one of the main methods of home decoration. It is an amazing art that customizes interiors and reflects the taste of the owners. For the reason that artistic painting can transform any space beyond all recognition, it has found its place […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Making the Ontario Music Fund PermanentMaking the Ontario Music Fund Permanent

      June 17, 2015 – Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport – Province Providing $15 Million Annually to Help Music Industry Grow: Ontario is supporting a strong, competitive, sustainable music industry in the province by making the Ontario Music Fund permanent. The fund, created in 2013 as a three-year program, provides $15 million per year to […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Auto (42)»

      Be Prepared For Winter Drivingwinter driving in Ontario

      Ontario reminding drivers to be safe, adjust driving to conditions. With winter on its way — and snow already falling in some areas — Ontario is asking drivers to help keep the roads safe. Today, at a Home Hardware store in Milton, Minister of Transportation, Steven Del Duca, joined Halton MPP Indira Naidoo-Harris and road […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Preparing for Winter Driving in OntarioWinter Driving in Ontario

      As announced in the 2015 Budget, one of the auto insurance reforms designed to protect consumers and reduce insurance rates is the mandatory winter tire discount. Winter Tire Discount Many drivers in Ontario install winter tires because they provide better traction, braking and handling in frost, snow, slush and under cold and icy conditions. Starting […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Drivers with Winter Tires Eligible for Insurance DiscountDrivers with Winter Tires Eligible for Insurance Discount

      Ontario is promoting safe driving and helping drivers save on auto insurance. The Province is moving forward with its plan to help lower auto insurance rates by requiring all insurance companies in the province to provide a discount for drivers who buy and install winter tires, starting January 1, 2016. Today, Minister of Finance Charles […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Computers (12)»

      Internet Marketing: Creating Unprecedented Opportunities for...Online marketing company Toronto

      Managing a business, whether local or international, calls for a well-orchestrated plan on multiple fronts. By the end of the day, the success of a business boils down to a decent amount of “sales” and revenue – such that not only puts a huge smile on your face as a business owner, but also keeps […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      The Google Mobilegeddon is ComingMobile-Friendly Version for Your Website Toronto

      http://goldeye-media.com/ – Special Discounts on Mobile-Friendly Version for Your Website in April and May What is the Mobilegeddon? It is a Mobile Search Algorithm Update that Google is going to introduce April 21, 2015. The name for the update is not an official name but one given to the update by Webmasters and SEO companies. […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Protecting your home computer network: Tips from the profess...Protecting your home computer network

      Scott Jones is the Director General of Cyber Defence at the Communications Security Establishment (CSE). CSE provides advice, guidance and services to help protect government networks and electronic information. The Cyber Defence branch at CSE works to stop malicious cyber threats on government systems and helps departments understand the cyber threat environment. If you saw […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Education (35)»

      Dance Classes for Adults & Social Dance Club in TorontoDance Classes for Adults & Social Dance Club in Toronto

      If you want to become just as good a dancer as the contestants on “So You Think You Can Dance Canada”, tone your body, feel more confident and meet new people, you should consider taking some dance classes. Dance Classes in Toronto – http://dancedna.ca Thanks to shows like these, the interest for dancing has grown […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Ontario’s colleges and universitiesOntario's colleges and universities

      Go to college or university in Ontario! The low-down about learning at Ontario’s 20 public universities, 24 colleges or 400+ registered private career colleges. Admissions standards In most cases, you need a high school diploma to go to college or university in Ontario. 19 or older, without a diploma: you can still apply to most, […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      “eCampus Ontario” – Ontario Online Education Porta...“eCampus Ontario” - Ontario Online Education Portal

      College and university students can access more than 13,000 online courses. Today the province launched a new online education portal that will give Ontario postsecondary students access to thousands of accredited online college and university courses. The new web portal, which will give students greater flexibility to complete their courses, houses more than 13,000 online […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Event (23)»

      Why Should a Person Rent a Projector?Projector Rental Company in Toronto

      In today’s fast pace and expensive world, people are always in search of finding ways to cut down their expenses. They do not just throw money in anything that others recommend as they are aware of how important it is to save money for the future. Whether it is about purchasing a car, finding a […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Rent Your Dream Wedding Dress and Pay a Lot Lesswedding dress Toronto, Hamilton, Barrie

      This is your wedding. The wedding you have been drooling over since you started playing with Barbie dolls. No doubts, on your big “I DO” day wearing a dress you’ve dreamt about is of utmost importance and is the most exciting part of the entire event. But what are you going to do with your […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Hiring an AV Rental Company? Follow These Tipsaudio visual rentals Toronto

      Renting audio visual equipment is among the most difficult and daunting tasks as you have to be really careful and have to ensure that everybody is satisfied with whatever brand or version you have chosen. Wrong selection of AV can ruin your event or even leave a negative impression on the guests. Here, the thing […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • 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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

    • Food & Drinks (30)»

      Everything about Trans Fatswhat is trans fat?

      Trans fat is a fat found in foods. Trans fat is made when a liquid vegetable oil is changed into a solid fat. Trans fat is often added to processed foods because it can improve taste and texture and helps the food stay fresh longer. Why is trans fat bad for your health? Trans fat […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Healthy EatingHealthy Eating

      A healthy diet provides the body with essential nutrition. The requirements for a healthy diet can be met from a variety of plant-based and animal-based foods from all food groups to feel good and maintain your health. Nutritious foods nourish your body and give you energy to lead a healthy, active lifestyle. Nutrients The seven […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Everything about Food Labels in CanadaFood Labels in Canada

      Food labels are found on packaged food to help you make informed food choices. They provide the following information: Nutrition facts table Serving size List of ingredients Nutrition claims Health claims Percent daily value NUTRITION FACTS TABLES By law, most packaged food in Canada must have a nutrition facts table. A nutrition facts table can […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Health & Beauty (79)»

      50 Clinics Offering Government-Funded Fertility Treatments i...Government-Funded Fertility Treatments in Ontario

      50 clinics across the province will now be offering government-funded fertility treatments. Starting today, Ontario is making fertility treatments more accessible by contributing to the cost of one in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle per eligible patient per lifetime. This funding will help support over 5,000 Ontarians per year who are trying to start or expand […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Sauna Kits – Exploring the BenefitsSauna Health Benefits

      Since people are getting more and more conscious about their health, the demand of sauna kits have been increased. Most of them are now aware of how to use a sauna kit to improve the quality of their lifestyle without making lots of efforts. They know that sweating is one of the best ways to […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Best False EyelashesBest False Eyelashes

      Have you ever been invited to a party in the last possible moment, with little to no time for you to properly apply makeup? In times like these, the fastest way to make you look and feel glamorous is by applying false lashes. Amazing Mink Lashes – https://lefuturelashes.com/ Some women may be quick to dismiss […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Home & Garden (48)»

      Exterior Doors – Best Way to Add Aesthetic Appeal to Y...Window and Door Replacement Company in Toronto

      Get the best, high quality exterior doors from Direct Pro Windows and Doors and make your home appealing and secured! You will never regret your decision. In this fast growing world, the value of everything is increasing day by day no matter how small or big it is. The things that were considered as cheap […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Improve Your Windows Efficiency for WinterImprove Your Windows Efficiency for Winter

      With changing weather and temperature dropping, most of the people are looking for ways to make their homes secured and efficient in maintaining temperature. In order to ensure that your home is ready to perform well in the harsh weather, you should be inspecting the windows. Damaged and old windows Toronto are among the biggest […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      What to Consider Before You Choose a Window Replacement Comp...Window Replacement Company in Toronto

      Replacing the old and damaged windows of your home can make a great deal of difference to the energy costs for heating and cooling. But with the array of options available, it often becomes difficult to choose a company that specializes in window replacement Edmonton. Different companies try different tactics to allure potential customers. It […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Real Estate (32)»

      Ten Useful Commercial Flat Roofing in TorontoCommercial Flat Roofing in Toronto

      Have you discovered a problem with the roof of your commercial building? If so, it is imperative you take the necessary steps to prevent further damage. There are many aspects to take into account when choosing a commercial roofing company to fix or replace your roof. Commercial Flat Roofing in Toronto – http://megapolisroofing.ca/ Countless people […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      What is basement lowering?basement lowering in Toronto

      If you, like many other people, are living in an older home that only has a crawl space underneath it or your actual basement just doesn’t offer the headroom you want, basement lowering is a feasible project that can give you an extensive amount of extra living space. Toronto construction and renovation company – www.zuccoconstruction.com […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Real Estate Documents Can Be Signed Electronically in Ontari...Real Estate Documents Can Be Signed Electronically in Ontario

      June 29, 2015 – Ministry of the Attorney General – Province Makes It Easier to Buy or Sell a Home: Ontario is making the process of buying or selling a home easier by allowing real estate documents to be signed electronically. Effective July 1, 2015, changes to the Electronic Commerce Act will make electronic signatures […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Technology (21)»

      The Google Mobilegeddon is ComingMobile-Friendly Version for Your Website Toronto

      http://goldeye-media.com/ – Special Discounts on Mobile-Friendly Version for Your Website in April and May What is the Mobilegeddon? It is a Mobile Search Algorithm Update that Google is going to introduce April 21, 2015. The name for the update is not an official name but one given to the update by Webmasters and SEO companies. […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      CRTC initiates review of basic telecommunications services f...Internet service for Canadians

      April 9, 2015 – Ottawa-Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC): The CRTC today launched a major proceeding to ensure that Canadians have access to world-class telecommunications services that enable them to participate actively in the digital economy. Canadians can participate in all stages of the consultation, including the public hearing. The first phase […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Payphones in the Canadian communication systemrole of payphones in Canada

      February 26, 2015 – Ottawa–Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) – The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today released the results of its fact-finding process on the role of payphones in the Canadian communications system. The report, Results of the fact-finding process on the role of payphones in the Canadian communications system, […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Travel (26)»

      Ontario Launches Trip Planner for Pan Am/Parapan Am GamesOntario Trip Planner for Pan Am Games

      June 9, 2015 – Ministry of Transportation – Free download provides real-time traffic and travel conditions: Ontario’s new 2015 Games Trip Planner is now available to help people get around during the 2015 Pan Am / Parapan Am Games. The trip planner is available to download for free for Apple, Android and BlackBerry devices and […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Ontario Fishing RulesOntario Fishing Rules

      In Ontario, there are fishing limits, size restrictions and catch and release that regulate the size and legal number of fish you can catch and keep, and how to properly return fish to the water. LAWS/RULES By law, there are set limits and restrictions on the fish you can legally catch and keep in Ontario. […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Recreational Fishing – What You Need To Know Before You GoRecreational Fishing Ontario

      Recreational fishing is popular with Canadians and tourists, and an estimated 3.2 million people participate in this leisure activity each year, generating approximately $7.5 billion for various local economies. Canadians also enjoy the social benefits of recreational fishing. Recreational fisheries management promotes public awareness and community stewardship for the conservation and sustainable use of fisheries […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

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    • Accommodation (4)»

      The Whispering Pines Motel in Grand Bend on Lake HuronThe Whispering Pines Motel in Grand Bend on Lake Huron

      At the Whispering Pines Motel, we have hosted visitors to Grand Bend for over 30 years and having been both family owned and operated for the duration of this time. The Whispering Pines Motel in Grand Bend on Lake Huron – http://www.whisperingpinesmotel.org We are focused on offering our customers great amenities and comfort in a […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

    • Attractions (6)»

      Taste Ontario’s Sweetest SeasonOntario Maple Syrup Festival

      April 6, 2015 – Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs – Celebrate Spring with Local Maple Syrup: After a long winter, Ontario’s maple trees produce the sap used to make delicious maple products that you can enjoy such as syrup, maple butter, taffy, candy, sauces and maple sap drinks. Syrup production begins in southwestern […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      “The Best Kept Secret in The City”One Day Ontario Tours – Toronto Series - www.felixtours.com

      By Raisa Shuster One evening more then 15 years ago, my husband told me that, while driving from work, he heard on the radio that CBC TV special will be about Toronto theatre company ‘Famous People Players’. This was 25th anniversary of the company. So, we marked the date of the program on our calendar. […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      The Essence of Transformed Art Gallery of OntarioArt Gallery of Ontario - One Day Ontario Tours - www.felixtours.com

      By Felix Shuster In the words of Mr. A. Charles Baillie, President of Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) Board: “the new AGO is an extraordinary home for extraordinary art”. One Day Ontario Tours – Toronto Series – www.felixtours.com   Felix Tours – Happy Voyages 416-953-0280 info@felixtours.com This bold statement reflects very strong belief among AGO […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Cities & Towns (8)»

      The Parliament BuildingsThe Parliament Buildings - AllOntario.ca

      Designed in a Gothic revival style by Thomas Fuller and set on a dramatic hill overlooking the Ottawa River, the Parliament Buildings officially opened on June 6, 1866, about a year before Confederation. They have become iconic Canadian symbols familiar to Canadians and people around the world. Gothic Revival Style Gothic Revival is an architectural […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Iconic “Marilyn Monroe” towers in MississaugaMarilyn Monroe towers in Mississauga - AllOntario.ca

      One of the world’s best residential skyscrapers is in Ontario, in Mississauga! Today, Mississauga is the third most populous city on the Great Lakes. From the beginning of the XXI century the city was trying to create a distinctive image for itself. In 2006 it held an international architectural design competition for a 56-storey, 175.6m […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      The Old Mill Inn & Kingsway ParkOne Day Ontario Tours – Beautiful Ontario - www.felixtours.com

      By Felix Shuster About halfway from Pearson Airport and downtown Toronto along Valley of Humber River just north of subway station ‘Old Mill’ on Bloor Line lies one of the most unique Toronto neighbourhoods –Kingsway Park. One Day Ontario Tours – Toronto Series – www.felixtours.com   Felix Tours – Happy Voyages 416-953-0280 info@felixtours.com It was […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Museums (7)»

      Victorian Christmas in Black Creek Pioneer VillageVictorian Christmas in Black Creek Pioneer Village – AllOntario.ca

      One night, after watching one of my favourite Christmas movies, “A Christmas Carol” based on the novel by Charles Dickens, I incredibly wanted to plunge into the long-gone, so fabulous, atmosphere. When there was no electricity and auto, antibiotics and pesticides, Internet and digital technologies… Next day I went to Black Creek Pioneer Village. Luckily, […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Casa Loma – Toronto’s Magnificent CastleCasa Loma - Toronto’s Magnificent Castle

      Designed in a gothic revival style by E. J. Lennox and set on a high hill overlooking the Lake Ontario, magnificent Casa Loma is a well-known Toronto’s landmark. This castle was the biggest private residence ever constructed in Canada. Casa Loma is a Gothic Revival style castle in Toronto, its landmark and one of the […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      The Essence of Transformed Art Gallery of OntarioArt Gallery of Ontario - One Day Ontario Tours - www.felixtours.com

      By Felix Shuster In the words of Mr. A. Charles Baillie, President of Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) Board: “the new AGO is an extraordinary home for extraordinary art”. One Day Ontario Tours – Toronto Series – www.felixtours.com   Felix Tours – Happy Voyages 416-953-0280 info@felixtours.com This bold statement reflects very strong belief among AGO […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Parks (16)»

      Ontario’s Provincial Parks Offer Lots of Choices for Winte...Winter Fun in Ontario Provincial Parks

      It’s not too late to make a New Year’s resolution to explore Ontario’s provincial parks this winter. From camping under the stars in the crisp winter air or in a warm roofed accommodation to hiking and sightseeing, there are activities to keep everyone happy. And if the weather cooperates this winter, you can also lace […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Take a Selfie with Ontario’s Fall ColoursOntario's Fall Colours

      Great Photo Opportunities Abound in Ontario’s Parks. Ontario’s provincial parks offer great opportunities for families and friends to view the beautiful fall colours. This coming fall, take the opportunity to visit a provincial park or go for a stroll in your local neighbourhood park, take a selfie with the fall colours, and remember to use […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Roofed Accommodation in Ontario ParksRoofed Accommodation in Ontario Parks

      Accommodation that Suits Your Nature: Imagine enjoying all the beauty and nature of an Ontario Park without having to bring much gear or sleep in a tent. Maybe you are new to camping and want to stay at a park without having to invest in equipment or perhaps you used to be a camper and […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

    • Resorts & Cottages (5)»

      Sand Lake Cottages & Inn in beautiful MuskokaSand Lake Cottages in Muskoka in Ontario

      If you want to stay local and you don’t want to fly somewhere for your romantic or family getaway, consider taking a short drive north of the GTA to experience a relaxing retreat. At Sand Lake Cottages & Inn located in Kearney, Ontario, very close to Algonquin Park and Huntsville. Sand Lake Cottages & Inn, […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      Recreational Fishing – What You Need To Know Before You GoRecreational Fishing Ontario

      Recreational fishing is popular with Canadians and tourists, and an estimated 3.2 million people participate in this leisure activity each year, generating approximately $7.5 billion for various local economies. Canadians also enjoy the social benefits of recreational fishing. Recreational fisheries management promotes public awareness and community stewardship for the conservation and sustainable use of fisheries […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

    • Weekend Trips (8)»

      OUTING, THAT Almost DID NOT HAPPEN…One Day Ontario Tours – Beautiful – Ontario - www.felixtours.com

      By Felix Shuster True to our belief, that ‘exciting places can be often (surprisingly) found in our own environment, not in exotic destinations’, we had explored attractions of Elgin & Oxford Counties to the South-West of Toronto. This was intended for week-end Getaway for 2 or 3 days. City of Woodstock and towns of Ingersoll, […]

      Jan 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

  • 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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

      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 26th, 2016

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