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by Tony Veltri

Fending off Ministry charge cost Town over $108k, ice cream battle, $27k
Posted June 29 – New Tecumseth was billed more than $108,000 for its successful defense against a Ministry of Labour charge for “paperwork not being onsite” connected to the June 20, 2014 death of its public works employee, Geoff Gaston. Baxter Foundation donation to fund at-home palliative care
Posted June 29 – Baxter International Foundation is donating $80,000 (U.S.) to Matthews House Hospice to launch the “Sanctuary at Home” program that provides trained nurses and PSWs with palliative care education and experience to deliver care to patients and families at home. Changes that add time, costs to County waste management plans no deterrent
Posted June 28 – Springwater Township mayor Bill French’s notice of motion calling for a delay in Simcoe County’s process to develop an organics sorting facility and transfer station on Horseshoe Valley Road until the impact of planning policy changes announced last month by the province, are factored into the proposal, was ruled out of order, and never made it to a vote. Base funding increase tops $450k for Stevenson Memorial
Posted June 28 – Stevenson Memorial Hospital’s annualized base funding was increased by $450,000 according to the Central LHIN’s allocation report from June. Council supports bid to stop amendment to Conservation Authority Act
Posted June 28 – New Tecumseth councillors joined in supporting a motion circulating across the province from the municipality of Brockton that seeks to kill a proposed amendment requiring Conservation Authority Boards to have a composition of 50 per cent members with science backgrounds.


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ClubFetish.ca

Club Fetish is a private pan-sexual Montreal-based organization, whose members are interested in the various aspects of BDSM, fetish, kink and alternative lifestyles. It’s members are regular active participants in the local BDSM community.

Club Fetish also organizes a number of private and semi-public events, such as munches and play parties in the Montreal area. It is home to the popular BDSM, Fetish & Kink Events Calendar. which covers the region between Montreal and Ottawa.

Club Fetish is a private pansexual Montreal-based organization, whose members are interested in the various aspects of BDSM, fetish, kink and alternative lifestyles. It’s members are regular active participants in the local BDSM community. Club Fetish also organizes a number of private and semi-public events, such as munches and play parties in the Montreal area. It is home to the popular BDSM, Fetish & Kink Events Calendar. which covers the region between Montreal and Ottawa.

Club Fetish est une organisation pansexuel priv e bas e Montr al, Qu bec, dont les membres sont int ress s par les divers aspects des styles de vie alternative, tels que le BDSM, f tiche et kink. Les membres de Club Fetish sont les participants actifs r guliers dans la communaut de BDSM de la r gion de Montr al. Le Club Fetish organise galement un nombre d’ v nements priv s et semi-publiques; tels que des munchs et des play partys. Club Fetish est aussi l’h te du calendrier populaire d’ v nements BDSM et f tiche. couvrant la r gion de Montr al Ottawa.

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Homeowners Insurance

It depends on the type of home you live in. If you own a house, your property insurance will cover the house itself and detached structures like a fence or storage shed.

Your insurance will also cover personal belongings such as jewellery, artwork, furniture, computers, carpets and more.

Finally, your policy also includes third-party liability coverage. This protects you against personal liability if somebody is injured while on your property or if you accidentally cause damage to a neighbour’s property.

Your coverage should begin as soon as you become the legal owner or tenant, even if your home or condo unit is still being built.

  • All Perils protects your insured property against the widest range of risks and only excludes the perils specifically listed in your policy.
  • Specified Perils protects your insured property against the most common risks, which will be listed in your policy.

The owner of the property you’re renting almost certainly has insurance on the building itself. They may also have coverage for certain items inside your rental unit, such as the carpets, light fittings and appliances. So you may wonder why you need coverage too.

Here are three excellent reasons:

  • Your landlord’s insurance will not cover your personal belongings. Your jewellery, artwork, furniture, entertainment equipment and other valuable belongings will not be protected.
  • Your landlord’s insurance most likely does not cover any upgrades you have made to your rental unit and paid for yourself. For example, you may have installed upgraded carpets or added built-in shelving units in the closets.
  • Finally, you need to protect yourself against personal liability for injuries to visitors to your home or for damage you accidentally cause to your neighbours’ property.

Your condominium corporation has insurance, so you may wonder why you need your own coverage.

Here are three excellent reasons:

  • Your condominium corporation’s policy will not cover your personal belongings. Your jewellery, artwork, furniture, entertainment equipment and other valuable belongings will not be protected.
  • Your condominium corporation’s policy only covers items that are part of the building. You need your own insurance to protect the upgrades you have made inside your unit, such as better carpets and built-in cupboards.
  • Finally, you need to protect yourself against personal liability for injuries to visitors to your home or for damage you accidentally cause to your neighbours’ property.

The liability coverage included in a homeowners, condo or tenant insurance plan protects you financially if you unintentionally cause bodily injury or property damage to others—at your home or anywhere in the world. For example:

  • A babysitter slips on a spill on your kitchen floor and injures her back.
  • A dead tree in your yard falls and hits your neighbour’s roof, causing damage.
  • You throw a baseball on the beach while on vacation in Florida and you accidentally knock out a bystander’s tooth.

Insurance coverage for water damage depends on a number of things, like where you live and how your home was constructed. Insurance for some types of water damage may be included automatically in your policy, and some may need to be purchased as extra.

Examples of causes of water damage that aren’t covered under most standard home insurance plans are flooding and seepage:

  • Flooding results in damage from water that flows into your home from natural sources like lakes and rivers, or large amounts of pooled water.
  • Seepage refers to the slow movement of water or other fluid through small openings, cracks or pores in your home.

Causes of water damage that are usually covered by most standard home insurance plans include or can be added by endorsement:

  • Sewer backup: Water is forced through the sewer system back into your home, or your sump pump fails (Sewer back can be added by endorsement).
  • Water Escape: This covers water damage that may be caused when your bath or sink overflows or a pipe or hose inside your house breaks.

Not automatically. However, you can purchase earthquake coverage for an additional premium. For details, see Endorsements for Your Property .


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This is Ontario Strongman – once home of the Ontario Strongman Association, and your internet source for Strongman information in the Province of Ontario since 2003. Check out our Resources section for articles and workout spreadsheets.

The site – and the Ontario Strongman Association – came into existance at a time where there was no cohesive direction from the national level, and no central point for Ontario promoters and athletes to come together, plan shows, plan training and workshops, or just communicate with one another. The website admirably fulfilled the stated purpose of organizing and bringing athletes and promoters together across the province, and the Association mandated rules and standards for sanctioned competitions, and fought for (and won) the right to select the athletes to participate in “Canada’s Strongest Man”.

All things must come to an end. Mike Saunders, a Quebec strongman competitor, went to great lengths to establish a new national organization (CAASA ) with representation in each province or geographic area. CAASA is now in their third year of operation, and have been fully embraced by the strongman/strongwoman community. In conjunction with the CAASA efforts, and with the advent of Facebook, Canadian athletes now have a strong communications network, rendering this website unnecessary. With this in mind, the OSA will no longer be “sanctioning” competitions, and this website will be updated only sporadically, unless promoters wish to post their competitions in the Forum, which remains active. Competition posts may also be made on the OSA Facebook page. This site will remain online as a resource and as an archive for past competitions. Please check the CAASA website for local sanctioned competitions.

Please contact CAASA if you are interested in hosting a sanctioned competition.

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Online Undergraduate Admission and Fees – AU Faculty of Business #online #business #degree #canada


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Faculty of Business

  • Leadership Development
    • Online Leadership Development Course Schedule
    • Online Leadership Certificate of Completion
    • Online Manufacturing Management Certificate of Completion
    • Online Supply Chain Management Certificate of Completion
    • Online Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Leadership and Management
  • Doctorate (DBA)
    • Online Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA)
  • Master (MBA)
    • Online MBA for Executives
    • Accelerated Entry – Online MBA for Executives
    • Online MBA for Accountants
    • Online MBA in Hockey Management
    • Certified Hockey Professional Designation
    • Online MBA for Health Leaders
    • Online MBA for Supply Chain Managers
    • Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Management
  • Undergraduate
    • Online Bachelor of Commerce Degree The BComm is one of the most highly recognized credentials in the Canadian business community. AU graduates stand out from the crowd as motivated self-starters who combine a desire to succeed with proven skills in time management, technology usage and leadership.
    • Online Bachelor of Management Degree The BMgmt provides a broad base of management knowledge in accounting, communication theory and practice, information systems, management science, organizational behaviour, economics and commercial law. It takes a strong international perspective on business and explores the ethical, global, political, and environmental issues that organizations face every day.
    • Certificate Programs Certificate programs can help you get a handle on management basics or specialize in a specific discipline. Better yet, certificates can be laddered into the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Management programs, so if and when you do decide to pursue a full degree, you’ll have a head start.
    • Professional Accounting AU’s Faculty of Business provides specific courses and programs to help you meet the requirements for all of the Canadian accounting designations. You can register just in the specific prerequisite courses that you require for your designation, or you can enroll in a degree or certificate that will help you meet your goals.
    • Certified Financial Planner – Level 1
    • Diploma to Degree Athabasca University has worked with many community colleges and technical institutes to build post diploma routes to degree completion. These post diploma programs recognize university-level work that has been completed in the college sector and awards block credit into our Bachelor of Management (BMgmt) and Bachelor of Commerce (BComm) programs.
    • Online Business Courses A full listing of all AU Faculty of Business undergraduate courses.

Undergraduate Programs

At AU, you are not constrained by class times, semesters, or standard years of study. You can work on your courses wherever and whenever you wish, and complete your degree in two years or ten. It’s all up to you.

Online Undergraduate Admission and Fees

TRANSFER CREDIT

If you have already done post secondary course work, you can request a transfer credit evaluation on your application form. Once documentation from your school is received by our Registrar s office, it takes approximately 4 to 8 weeks to receive the results. You may register in courses prior to receiving your transfer credit results, however you may wish to consult a Senior Program Advisor as any courses taken before your evaluation is complete are at your own discretion. There is a $100 fee for transfer credit evaluation. More details on the transfer credit process

SUBMITTING TRANSCRIPTS

Alberta transcripts can be submitted through the ApplyAlberta web application (part of the online application, step one, above left). If you are transferring coursework from outside of Alberta official transcripts must be mailed directly from the issuing institution to Athabasca University at the following address:

Athabasca University Enrolment Services
1 University Drive
Athabasca, AB T9S 3A3 Canada


US- RN planning to transfer to Canada #canada, #canadian, #what, #dont, #just, #about, #planning, #from,


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US- RN planning to transfer to Canada

Thank you loriangel! You have been a big help! Can you give me the site of the Canadian Forum youre telling me about? I want to read up on the forum under the International Nurses.

I was referring to the Canada section of allnurses. If you go to the top of this page and click on the regions tab and select international nursing you will find the International Forum( the one we are right now) and the tab for the Canadian Forum.

Hi. I am a US-RN and is thinking of trying to migrate to Canada. Can somebody give me advice if its true when they say that if you pass youre an NCLEX passer, you can just apply for a reciprocity in Vancouver? Is this true? Please help me.

Canada isn’t the 51st state. You can’t just transfer here.

The NCLEX isn’t worth anything up here. As an independent nation we have our own exams.

You need to go through the appropriate channels with the provincial college of RNs. Besides what is a US-RN ? Which state do you live in?

Posted by aubreytherese; (Hi. I am a US-RN and is thinking of trying to migrate to Canada. Can somebody give me advice if its true when they say that if you pass youre an NCLEX passer, you can just apply for a reciprocity in Vancouver? Is this true? Please help me.) To :aubreytherese You didn’t mention if you are presently working in USA. No more reciprocity between US-Canada RN. If you are from the Philippines who wanted to migrate in Canada. Under the Canadian Immigration skilled worker Registered Nurse is included. As you mention you are US-RN being RN in any States of US in Canada you have to take the CRNE in which provice you intend to work. Check also in your internet about Provincial nominee program in each provinces in Canada for RN. Before taking the exam there is requirement like in Vancouver if you are a Foreign Graduate Nurse and if your mother tongue language is not English you have to take TOEFL,TSE, or IELTS, then few days Clinical test at Kwantleen Polytechnique University. If you pass those requirement then you are already qualified to take the Test for CRNE. If you pass the CRNE There is a program for foreign graduate nurses to have clinical practise in any canadian hospital to have canadian experience before applying for a job. As you mention that you are US-RN if you work and live in US for several years you can apply to wave the English test but still not so sure if the nursing committee of CRNBC well approved to wave the english test. Inquire CRNBC this is in vancouver you google search :college of registered nurse of british columbia. Good Luck.

taken from the crnbc website:

[color=#333333]to practise as a registered nurse in british columbia, you must be registered with crnbc.
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british columbia law requires that anyone using the title nurse must be a registrant of crnbc, the college of psychiatric nurses of british columbia, or the college of licensed practical nurses of british columbia.
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new applicants for crnbc registration are required to write the canadian registered nurse examination (crne).

applicants may be required to undergo a substantially equivalent competency (sec) assessment.

[color=#333333]to be fair and equitable to all applicants, each application is assessed individually. as a result, the time required for registration to be established can vary significantly from applicant to applicant.
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crnbc cannot fast track applications from individuals who have secured jobs in british columbia.

we strongly encourage that you do not move to british columbia or commit to an employment start date until your application for crnbc registration has been assessed and you are aware of the requirements you must meet to become registered.

i am planning on moving back to bc in a few years after i complete my degree and obtain some experience. it doesn’t seem as hard as everyone is making seem.


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McDonald s Canada Coupons: Find Promo Codes – Discounts for October 2016 #retail #market #research


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McDonald’s Canada Promo Codes

If no city becomes available when selecting your location, just click on Print Coupon to get your coupons.

– Anonymous, 1 year ago

What McDonald’s, no coupons for B.C. Some people have received some in the mail, so I know they are available, however NOT on the website.

– Anonymous, 1 year ago

No Alberta location

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Why bother sending this offer to me if it isn’t available in BC. What a waste of time.

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Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan + provinces are not on the list. For the province that were on the list, only Ontario have a list of cities. The rest were not working.

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