1. Demolition Time Lapse of A1 Air Conditioning & Heating Building, Oakville, February 19 & 20, 2013

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    Demolition of burned A1 Air Conditioning & Heating Building by Triple M Demolition on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 19 & 20, 2013. We are now filming the construction over the summer. http://www.a1air.ca http://www.triplemdemolition.com http://www.candyboxmarketing.com/

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    • January 19, 2013 Part 2 Peer Support Program Evaluation, Part 2

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      OBIA Advisory Council Webcast (Part 2) of a Peer Support Program Evaluation, January 19, 2013 Evaluation - Judy Gargaro, Westpark Project Coordinator, Peer Support Program Evaluation. This is part 2 of a presentation at the OBIA Advisory Webcast Meeting. OBIA: obia.ca Sponsor: pacelawfirm.com

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      • Grand Empire Banquet & Convention Centre,

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        This is where memories are created. With over 25,000 square feet of elegant space, Grand Empire Banquet & Convention Centre is strategically designed with a unique state of the art audio visual system comprising intelligent table lighting and surround sound built throughout the hall. At Grand Empire Banquet & Convention Centre, you have the luxury and opportunity to select the lighting colors according to your preferences and color themes, this includes the lighting surrounding the exterior of the building and landscaping, in addition to the chandeliers and coffers within your banquet hall. With soaring 24 foot coffered ceilings, imported marble flooring and a 16x30 foot massive curved salt water aquarium in the foyer will ensure your guests are "wowed" as they enjoy their exquisite evening. Grand Empire is the perfect place for your special occasion. www.grandempirebanquet.ca

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        • Matt McPherson, "Overlapping Claims and Shared Territories", Aboriginal Law, Webcast from The Old Mill, December 13, 2012

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          The Commons Institute held a series of webcasts at The Old Mill with CPD credits. Aboriginal Law & Resource Development: Treaties, Certainty & Consultation was the subject covered at the webcast on Thursday December 13, 2012. Matt McPherson, Olthuis, Kleer, Townshend, LLP, presented his talk on "Overlapping Claims and Shared Territories". This is his complete video. Other videos from the seminar series are available from www.thecommonsinstitute.com http://www.oktlaw.com/ www.oldmilltoronto.com/ The Commons Institute is dedicated to the exploration of legal, policy, citizenship, aboriginal and international issues in need of debate, greater understanding or reform. Our professional development events focus on the skills and information professionals need to remain informed, competitive and successful. Our policy oriented events focus on the advancement of reform oriented policy objectives. Legal Programs Ongoing legal education is both a necessary element of practitioner competency and a mandated requirement. Thus, lawyers in most parts of Canada must ensure that continuing professional development remains within their mix of annually fulfilled responsibilities. The Commons Institute is committed to delivering innovative and practice-oriented educational solutions that continually prove invaluable to lawyers, as well as allied professionals in government, academia, and industry. Super-Conferences The Commons Institute delivers up to 4 national super-conferences annually. Our super-conferences bring together a high concentration of seasoned experts in a chosen field; are geared towards policy promotion, debate, exposure and reform; and result in the publication of conference proceedings as well as definitive policy reform prescriptions that serve as the basis for our advocacy. Aboriginal Issues related to Canada’s Aboriginal population continue to be among the most pressing in contemporary Canada. The Commons Institute puts together engaging, thought-provoking and policy promoting conferences that address Aboriginal issues, with a view to both education and the fashioning of pathways for positive change. International Firmly premised on the conclusion that substantive interaction and fairly constructed trade are feasible replacements to the foreign aid doctrine, The Commons Institute sponsors international development roundtables and speaker series with the aim of fostering dialogue and engendering commercial cross-pollination. Video: www.tributevideo.com

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          • Chief Randall Kahgee (Saugeen First Nation), Part of Panel Discussion: Thoughts on the Future of the Duty to Consult. Webcast

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            The Commons Institute held a series of webcasts at The Old Mill with CPD credits. Aboriginal Law & Resource Development: Treaties, Certainty & Consultation was the subject covered at the webcast on Thursday December 13, 2012. Chief Randall Kahgee (Saugeen First Nation) was one of the participants on the Panel: Thoughts on the Future of the Duty to Consult. Here is his talk that was given that day. Complete videos are available from www.thecommonsinstitute.com http://www.saugeenfirstnation.ca http://www.oldmilltoronto.com/ This is written on their web site: The Commons Institute is dedicated to the exploration of legal, policy, citizenship, aboriginal and international issues in need of debate, greater understanding or reform. Our professional development events focus on the skills and information professionals need to remain informed, competitive and successful. Our policy oriented events focus on the advancement of reform oriented policy objectives. Legal Programs Ongoing legal education is both a necessary element of practitioner competency and a mandated requirement. Thus, lawyers in most parts of Canada must ensure that continuing professional development remains within their mix of annually fulfilled responsibilities. The Commons Institute is committed to delivering innovative and practice-oriented educational solutions that continually prove invaluable to lawyers, as well as allied professionals in government, academia, and industry. Super-Conferences The Commons Institute delivers up to 4 national super-conferences annually. Our super-conferences bring together a high concentration of seasoned experts in a chosen field; are geared towards policy promotion, debate, exposure and reform; and result in the publication of conference proceedings as well as definitive policy reform prescriptions that serve as the basis for our advocacy. Aboriginal Issues related to Canada’s Aboriginal population continue to be among the most pressing in contemporary Canada. The Commons Institute puts together engaging, thought-provoking and policy promoting conferences that address Aboriginal issues, with a view to both education and the fashioning of pathways for positive change. International Firmly premised on the conclusion that substantive interaction and fairly constructed trade are feasible replacements to the foreign aid doctrine, The Commons Institute sponsors international development roundtables and speaker series with the aim of fostering dialogue and engendering commercial cross-pollination.

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            • Nicole McCance, "Need a Mood Boost?", Toronto Women's Expo, Downsview Park, Studio 3, December 2, 2012

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              Nicole McCance was one of the speakers at the Toronto Women's Expo held at Downsview Park, Studio 3, on December 2, 2012. Her presentation was entitled "Need a Mood Boost?" This is her presentation from the show. Nicole McCance is a fully-licensed, Harvard-trained psychotherapist. She is also an author, speaker, and a Relationship Expert. She is the Relationship Expert on Season 2 of the Cosmo TV show Love Trap. Her new book, 52 Ways to Beat Depression Naturally, will be launched in January 2013. Topic: Natural Ways to Boost Your Mood Need a Mood Boost? Don’t have time or can’t afford to see a psychotherapist to help you cope? Nicole McCance, well-known Psychotherapist will be sharing 3 proven ways to naturally boost your mood, which are excerpts from her upcoming book, 52 Ways to Beat Depression Naturally. These therapeutic techniques are proven to help change the way you think and feel, and to promote a lasting sense of well-being and ease. www.nicolemccance.com www.torontowomensexpo.com The Toronto Women's Expo showcased top sponsors, exhibitors, demonstrations and speakers all geared to the betterment of your personal and professional life through educational and innovative ideas. It was held at Downsview Park, Studio 3 on December 1 & 2, 2012. Our Vision: Connecting women for empowerment, inspiration and growth. Our Mission: The Toronto Women’s Expo hosts engaging events that offers diverse resources for women to gain extraordinary value for positive growth.

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              • Sophie Boyko, How to Succeed in a Digital Economy, Toronto Women's Expo, Downsview Park, Studio 3, December 1, 2012

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                Sophie Boyko's presentation on "How to Succeed in a Digital Economy" was well received at the Toronto Women's Expo held at Downsview Park, Studio 3. This is her presentation. About Sophie Boyko, NCC, PCC, ORSC Sophie Boyko is the founder of Entrepreneur’s House of Business, an online business school providing, comprehensive, World Class training that teaches entrepreneurs the exact strategies they need to grow a profitable business, both online and offline. Sophie has helped thousands of business leaders grow their business, and is known to deliver the most innovative and highest quality business and personal development training in the industry. Her playful style, powerful message and exceptional ability as a coach have inspired thousands to take charge of their success and create a business and life they love! Sophie is the leading expert on the topics of entrepreneurship, business strategy, human performance and communication. http://www.entrepreneurshouseofbusiness.com www.torontowomensexpo.com The Toronto Women's Expo showcased top sponsors, exhibitors, demonstrations and speakers all geared to the betterment of your personal and professional life through educational and innovative ideas. It was held at Downsview Park, Studio 3 on December 1 & 2, 2012. Our Vision: Connecting women for empowerment, inspiration and growth. Our Mission: The Toronto Women’s Expo hosts engaging events that offers diverse resources for women to gain extraordinary value for positive growth.

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                • Katia Millar, Founder of Positive Fabulous Women, Toronto Women's Expo, Downsview Park, Studio 2, December 2, 2012

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                  Katia Millar was one of the speakers at the Toronto Women's Expo held at Downsview Park, Studio 3, on December 2, 2012. Positive Fabulous Women™ was founded in January of 2008 by Katia Millar, to connect, empower, and inspire women to lives of purpose and passion. PFW creates a vibrant, collaborative space for women to share experiences, insights, and resources all while having fun and creating meaningful connections! The Positive Fabulous Women™ community has since grown to over 6,000 members, fans, and followers in the Toronto area, with many more around North America and the rest of the world! It is a fantastic resource for all women, particularly heart-centred soulpreneurs seeking to expand their network and get tips and support to help grow their businesses! Women seeking more from their lives or finding themselves in questioning or transitional phases can also benefit from the PFW network through the inspiration and support of real social connection. PFW events have been known to draw over 100 diverse and interesting women. PFW events address areas of: personal & professional growth, business & social networking, health & wellness, and other topics that support women as they strive toward lives of purpose and meaning. In addition to facilitating regular, energizing, and inspiring events in the Toronto area, we offer memberships that provide the tools and resources for women to really rock their lives and businesses! We invite you to come out one of our upcoming events where you’ll meet with some of our Fabulous members and discover a world of new possibilities, real connection, and fresh inspiration! http://www.positivefabulouswomen.com/ www.torontowomensexpo.com The Toronto Women's Expo showcased top sponsors, exhibitors, demonstrations and speakers all geared to the betterment of your personal and professional life through educational and innovative ideas. It was held at Downsview Park, Studio 3 on December 1 & 2, 2012. Our Vision: Connecting women for empowerment, inspiration and growth. Our Mission: The Toronto Women’s Expo hosts engaging events that offers diverse resources for women to gain extraordinary value for positive growth.

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                  • Susan Brady, The Six Figure S.O.F.A., Toronto Women's Expo. Downsview Park, Studio 3, December 2, 2012

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                    Susan Brady is “The Make Six Figures Working From Home Coach” a woman who motivates and inspires from the heart. She is the founder of Susan Brady International, a company committed to the growth, empowerment and personal mastery of women entrepreneurs around the globe. Success takes collaboration, support, and guidance. Susan believes women have the power to achieve, earn, and create the lives they want. She believes in having it all—family, the career of your dreams, and lifelong fulfillment. All you need is the right mentor to help you along the way, someone who will hold you accountable for the goals you set, and who will give you the strategies your business needs to succeed. Speaking Topic: The Six Figure S.O.F.A. Listen as Susan takes you through her signature system, The Six Figure S.O.F.A., the steps she used to create a six figure income working from home and now shares with women all over the world who have a desire to do the same. You have the power to change the course of your life and your business – drastically. However, you have to want your success with all your heart. www.susan-brady.com www.torontowomensexpo.com The Toronto Women's Expo showcased top sponsors, exhibitors, demonstrations and speakers all geared to the betterment of your personal and professional life through educational and innovative ideas. It was held at Downsview Park, Studio 3 on December 1 & 2, 2012. Our Vision: Connecting women for empowerment, inspiration and growth. Our Mission: The Toronto Women’s Expo hosts engaging events that offers diverse resources for women to gain extraordinary value for positive growth.

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                    • Nicole McCance, "Need a Mood Boost?", Toronto Women's Expo, Downsview Park, Studio 3, December 2, 2012

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                      Nicole McCance was one of the speakers at the Toronto Women's Expo held at Downsview Park, Studio 3, on December 2, 2012. Her presentation was entitled "Need a Mood Boost?" This is a segment of the video recording. Nicole McCance is a fully-licensed, Harvard-trained psychotherapist. She is also an author, speaker, and a Relationship Expert. She is the Relationship Expert on Season 2 of the Cosmo TV show Love Trap. Her new book, 52 Ways to Beat Depression Naturally, will be launched in January 2013. Topic: Natural Ways to Boost Your Mood Need a Mood Boost? Don’t have time or can’t afford to see a psychotherapist to help you cope? Nicole McCance, well-known Psychotherapist will be sharing 3 proven ways to naturally boost your mood, which are excerpts from her upcoming book, 52 Ways to Beat Depression Naturally. These therapeutic techniques are proven to help change the way you think and feel, and to promote a lasting sense of well-being and ease. www.nicolemccance.com www.torontowomensexpo.com The Toronto Women's Expo showcased top sponsors, exhibitors, demonstrations and speakers all geared to the betterment of your personal and professional life through educational and innovative ideas. It was held at Downsview Park, Studio 3 on December 1 & 2, 2012. Our Vision: Connecting women for empowerment, inspiration and growth. Our Mission: The Toronto Women’s Expo hosts engaging events that offers diverse resources for women to gain extraordinary value for positive growth.

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