Solar Innovations, Inc. Partners with Pleotint to Provide Dynamic Glazing Options

By Solar Innovations, Inc. Solar Innovations, Inc., a custom manufacturer of residential and commercial sliding, folding, and stacking glass walls, doors, windows, and screens; conservatories; sunrooms; greenhouses; skylights; and curtain walls; partners with Pleotint to provide dynamic glazing options. [PR.com] …read more

Source:: Pr.Com – United States

      

Release of National Seniors Council report on the social isolation of seniors

By Employment and Social Development Canada The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development and Minister for Multiculturalism, the Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, and the Honourable Alice Wong, Minister of State (Seniors), announced today the release of the National Seniors Council’s (NSC’s) Report on the Social Isolation of Seniors – 2013-2014, which is now available online. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada

      

Ontario Accepting Applications for Age-Friendly Community Projects

By newsroom@ontario.ca (Seniors’ Secretariat)

Ontario is accepting applications to help communities address the needs of an aging population through the new Age-Friendly Community Planning Grant Program.

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Source:: Government of Ontario

      

Morton Grove Chamber of Commerce Looks Ahead to 2015

By Morton Grove Chamber of Commerce The Morton Grove Chamber’s Board of Directors has streamlined the organization by adopting a new set of bylaws and is planning to provide the local business community with new ways of promoting trade, industry and the public good in the new year. [PR.com] …read more

Source:: Pr.Com – United States

      

Catastrophic failure leads to warning about potential risk with cargo cranes aboard bulk carriers

By Transportation Safety Board of Canada TSB releases final marine investigation report. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada

      

DR Congo: UN special envoy condemns ‘trend of massacres’ in eastern province

The security situation in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is “worsening,” a senior United Nations official has warned, citing an escalating trend of massacres in the town of Beni – the site of continuing flare-ups of deadly violence between armed groups, including Ugandan-based rebels operating in the area. …read more

Source:: United Nations

      

Ontario Takes Action to Reduce Smoking and Obesity Rates

By newsroom@ontario.ca (Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care)

Ontario is introducing legislation today to protect youth
from the dangers of tobacco and the potential harms of electronic cigarettes,
known as e-cigarettes. Also included in
the legislation are measures to help families make healthier food choices by
giving them caloric information when eating out or purchasing take-away meals.

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Source:: Government of Ontario

      

Outaouais municipalities to receive almost $132 million for priority infrastructure projects

By Infrastructure Canada The sixty-seven municipalities of the Outaouais region will receive $131,966,000 over the next five years under the new federal-provincial Gas Tax Fund agreement and from the Government of Quebec’s contribution for priority infrastructure projects. …read more

Source:: Government of Canada