Pill Hill and Beyond: Pharmaceutical and Biotech Companies in Mississauga, Ontario, Other Provinces and Canada

Have you wondered where all the companies in pharmaceutical and biotech industries are in Canada, and what is happening in the industry? Here you go.  Just for you a compendium of industry directories in Canada, the most commonly used job boards for opportunities, professional associations and professional development, and additional resources.  Whether you are thinking of career in the industry, have recently graduated from related … Continue reading Pill Hill and Beyond: Pharmaceutical and Biotech Companies in Mississauga, Ontario, Other Provinces and Canada

Learning about the Brain

The Ontario Brain Institute’s Calendar of Events is Full in March, Including Brain Awareness Week Thanks to the Ontario Brain Institute, we can learn what sports and science say about concussions, attend a conference about basic neural mechanisms informed by structural and functional neuroimaging, personalized treatments for depression and much more!  Check the Events Calendar to see what may be of interest to you. Most events are … Continue reading Learning about the Brain

Eventbrite Toronto

So Much to Enjoy, Learn and Take Part in Events Throughout Toronto Learn about, discuss and network with people interested in business, sports and fitness, health,  family and education, arts, hobbies, science and technology, food and drink, spirituality, travel and outdoors, charity and causes, community, film and media, fashion, holiday, home and lifestyle, government; and auto, boat and air.  Search the listing by event type,category, … Continue reading Eventbrite Toronto

Toronto Tool Library

Don’t buy it, borrow it! Inventory of tools available varies by location.  More than 5,000 tools on loan from gardening to high tech tools like 3D printers.  Youngmakers kid friendly program offered after school and during school breaks. When: click to find the hours for the each of the locations listed below. Events calendar lists how to workshops, including some that are PWYC (pay what you … Continue reading Toronto Tool Library

Get to Know Toronto on Jane’s Walks

Join Jane’s Walks in honor the legacy of Jane Jacobs, in Toronto neighborhoods from April to the end July. Get together to know the beauty and texture of where we are and imagine what we want this home of ours to be in this citizen led walks. Themes include architecture, animals, activism, art, citizenry, commerce, community, design, film, food, gardening, gender, health, heritage, international issues, literature, military, … Continue reading Get to Know Toronto on Jane’s Walks

Free Museum Passes

Get Your Free Sunlife Financial Museum and Arts Passes (MAP) from Selected Toronto Public Library Locations Yes you (two adults plus up to 4 children) can get a free family pass for the museums, historic sites and the Science Centre.  Art Gallery of Ontario City of Toronto Historic Sites.  Passes available to the following sites only. Colborne Lodge in High Park Fort York National Historic … Continue reading Free Museum Passes

Quality TV Reception for One Time $25 Cost

Purchase a Low Cost HDTV Antenna for High Quality TV Reception Right now I can reliably access quality reception to the following 22 channels with my HDTV antenna that I paid $20 for.  You can buy them at most places that sell televisions. This photo is the antenna I am using with the quality for reception I get on my TV. The antennas come with … Continue reading Quality TV Reception for One Time $25 Cost

Toronto Public Library

With a staggering 100 branches and extensive electronic resources, the Toronto Public Library has something to offer everyone seeking to learn, relax and have a mental workout: from Lego to 3D printing to writing club to finding jobs to navigating through life in Canada for newcomers. Programs, classes and exhibitions for children, families, individuals, senior and newcomers help make this city inclusive and welcoming.  Materials are available in more … Continue reading Toronto Public Library