Vaughan, Ontario MPP Sorbara Seeks Seventh Term

February 28, 2011 by  

Vaughan, Ontario Liberal MPP Greg Sorbara’s focus is on ensuring a successful re-election for his 7th electoral campaign this fall and he hopes to have Vaughan, ON print companies and media behind him to promote his Liberal candidacy. This February Sorbara announced his intention to run again in the fall, his intentions are right now fixated on chairing the provincial campaign, and maintaining a strong majority for Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty. Advertizing by print companies in Vaughan, ON and the rest of the GTA are expected to [Read more]

Oxford County Public Health looks to flyers to get safety message across

February 28, 2011 by  

In Woodstock, ON, health resources are becoming increasingly community accessible. In an effort to preventing common household accidents like slips and falls, health officials at the Oxford County Public Health and Emergency Services are turning to local libraries to give out flyers and posters to highlight household safety, hoping to curb the number of accidents that seniors sustain. Public health officials report to the Woodstock Sentinel Review that up to one in three seniors experiences a fall every year, some of which result in [Read more]

Tenth Anniversary of ESSO Rebecca Run for Spinal Muscular Atrophy

February 27, 2011 by  

The Newmarket ESSO Rebecca Run for Spinal Muscular Atrophy will have poster printing done to advertise the event by a printer located in Newmarket. Newmarket will host the ESSO Rebecca Run for Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) on July 9, 2011. This year’s event marks the tenth anniversary of the run. There will be many fun activities at this year’s event, including face painting for the children and a [Read more]

Edmonton Indy roars back to life

February 27, 2011 by  

The stationery printers in Edmonton, Alberta, have a lot of time to supply print advertisements for the newly relaunched Edmonton Indy. The Edmonton Indy is scheduled to come back to life later this year after an incident that briefly saw Edmonton lose its signature racing event. [Read more]

Anti-bullying message abounds during Pink Shirt Day

February 26, 2011 by  

Printing services in Delta, B.C., could produce the promotional materials for today’s Pink Shirt Day, an event that is taking place, among other areas, in downtown Vancouver. The purpose of the event is to fight bullies and all their bullying ways, and the brainchild of today’s anti-bullying show of force is none other than the Greater Vancouver Boys and Girls Club. Today is the fourth-annual incarnation of Pink Shirt Day, and the personal mission of the boys and girls is behavior modification. In conjunction with today’s downtown event, other Pink Shirt Day-related events are also being held across communities, businesses, and schools across the province of B.C. This special interest group even has its own message, which is, “Bullying Stops Here!”

A female member of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Vancouver had a special and pointed message of idealism to impart to anyone who was interested in issues about bullies and their bullied victims. According to Carolyn Tuckwell, people ought to celebrate Pink Shirt Day by either intervening when someone is being bullied, or by simply being kind to the grocery store clerk.

Tuckwell further revealed her anti-bullying philosophy. She thinks that the world could very well change if more people would adapt the tenets of the anti-bullying message of Pink Shirt Day. She closed her comments by declaring that every day ought to be a day dedicated to anti-bullying.

Printing services in nearby Delta, B.C., can help get the word out about Pink Shirt Day. They can do this by printing promotional materials for the day and having event organizers distribute them.

Theater and performing arts school coming to St. Catharine’s

February 26, 2011 by  

Brochure printers in Fergus, Ontario, can help supply brochures and other informational pieces of advertisement regarding St. Catharine’s drive to rejuvenate its downtown area. A part of an attempt to turn around its economic fortunes, the city of St. Catharine’s is employing nearby Toronto’s Diamond and Schmitt Architects to construct a brand new theater and performing arts complex that will cost [Read more]

North American Outgames coming to Vancouver

February 25, 2011 by  

Poster and banner printing firms in New Westminster, B.C., will be on hand to produce materials for the North American Outgames, as the event will be coming to nearby Vancouver only in July of this year. The Outgames are have been held every year since 2006, making it a relatively new event in the sports world. The games got some help in funding last week when both the city of Vancouver and the park board agreed to donate $100,000 to the July event. The money for this grant is provided by one of the Vancouver Sport Hosting Grants, and this same grant has in the past contributed to payments for a host of events. Some of the past event-recipients have been KitsFest, World Police and [Read more]

Toronto Auto Show displaying advanced technology

February 25, 2011 by  

Print companies in Milton, Ontario, can work in conjunction with the Toronto Auto Show to raise public awareness about cutting edge lithium battery technology. The Toronto Auto Show, on this week and in its 38th incarnation, makes it a point to focus on emerging technologies like lithium battery technology, which is not yet highly popular with the auto-buying public. [Read more]

Calgary Stampede sees rule changes to increase safety

February 25, 2011 by  

Banner printing companies in Medicine Hat, Alberta, will being highlighting rule changes that apply to this year’s upcoming Calgary Stampede. Yesterday, organizers of the event revealed that the rule changes would be implemented with the intent of making the Stampede safer for both animals and humans.

Specifically, the changes in the rules are aimed at calf roping, steer wrestling, and chuckwagon races. The rule changes come on the heels of last year’s Stampede that saw the deaths of four horses in just one day of competition. While there are horse deaths most years of the Stampede, the incident at last year’s event played a key part in the prompting of the new changes.

Chuckwagon races involve wagons that are open-spoked and pulled by four horses each. At the same time, every wagon features four outriders, a factor that only heightened the possible chaos. The new rules, as far as the chuckwagon races are concerned, demand that only two outriders are present for each wagon, a mandate that would provide more room for both wagons as well as riders to move.

The famous Calgary Stampede has not only seen its fair share of horse fatalities over the years. The Stampede’s notorious history also includes human deaths in the form of outriders and drivers being killed after crashes in chuckwagons.

Banner printing companies in nearby Medicine Hat, Alberta, will already be gearing up to produce promotional materials for the worlds famous Stampede.

Play has its debut in Toronto

February 25, 2011 by  

Print companies in London, Ontario, will have pulled out all of the stops in producing promotional materials for TWEED: A New Canadian Musical. TWEED is the production of the IANA Theatre Company, and the upcoming downtown Toronto stop already has its artistic director excited, even though the Toronto date is approximately half a year into the future. Artistic director Tim Porter explained that he has high hopes for the upcoming Toronto show of TWEED because of how [Read more]

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