(TORONTO) May 2, 2013 -- The UPS Store Canada has teamed up with Reshift Media to create and launch a network of websites encompassing both its national headquarters and its more than 360 locations across Canada.
(TORONTO) April 3, 2013 - The UPS Store Canada has partneredwith Reshift Media to translate the tremendous reach of their nationwide physical locations into a strong, local social media presence.
As part of the initiative, The UPS Store has launched a comprehensive Facebook strategy to provide valuable information and tools for its customers and local small business owners through its national network of franchises.
TORONTO (January 17, 2013) - Phoenix Gate Studio (www.phoenixgatestudio.ca) wants to help companies kick off 2013 with the right tools, and to get them started we're announcing new website development and social media plans for organizations of all sizes.
New pricing options for 2013 start at just $500 for a feature-packed website that includes a content management system that will give your business control over your website's content, and help reach your customers, clients, or partners.
Not sure what to do with the leftover electronics from holiday gadget buying? Tips from RecycleYourElectronics.ca can help!
Whether as a present for a loved one or a personal indulgence over Boxing Week, electronics are always a popular gift during the holiday season. Sometimes all the hype about new features and tech advances can distract us from thinking about what to do with the gadgets hiding in our basements, closets and drawers.
Victoria Duffield named Cross Country Fun Hunt treasure: Canadian kids can bring singer home by nominating their local fun spot
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Victoria Duffield named Cross Country Fun Hunt treasure: Canadian kids can bring singer home by nominating their own local fun spot. 510 words with optional trim of 105 words.
By Chris Lackner
Canadian kids are being challenged to put their community on the map by winning their hometown a national reputation - and a special concert performance.
CBC/Radio-Canada is shutting down its analogue over-the-air transmitters on July 31, 2012.
Are you affected?
If you use an antenna to watch television and receive an analogue signal from CBC Television or Télévision de Radio-Canada, you will need to change how you receive our TV services.
Cable and satellite subscribers are not affected by this, nor are those who receive a digital over-the-air signal. Fewer than two percent of Canadians will be affected by the shutdown of our analogue system.
Ontario is celebrating an important environmental milestone of diverting more than 100,000 tonnes of electronic waste from landfill. Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) is building on this achievement by motivating gadget-loving individuals to act responsibly by reusing and recycling their electronics when out of use.
Canadian Virtual Hospice Launches Caregiving Video Series
on National Caregivers Day -- April 5, 2012
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA -- For Release April 3, 2012
Use of "Fake News Websites"
OTTAWA, March 19, 2012 -- During Fraud Prevention Month, the Competition Bureau is advising Canadians to be watchful of advertisements on the Internet that appear to be legitimate news websites.
Today, millions of Canadians regularly interact with their friends and families through social networks, and pay bills and conduct business over the Internet.
As Ontarians gear up to watch the Giants and Patriots battle it out this Super Bowl Sunday, many will be adding a brand new TV to their list of party essentials to pick up before the big game. But while you're looking to upgrade existing equipment to get that ultimate game day, big-screen experience, it is important to think about what to do with the equipment that is being replaced.