May 2013 Blog Posts (7)

Global Exposure

Working in aviation has its advantages. First, it lends itself to travel and over the past 30 years I have had the good fortune of visting, living and working in a number of great cities across the globe. Second, although its image has been battered by environmentalists (even though modern day jet aircraft are far more fuel efficient than automobiles!) and politicians (who fail recognise its considerable social and economic value and tax the heck out of it as a result), aviation still…


Added by Lorne Alan Riley on May 26, 2013 at 3:00am — 4 Comments

The (Questionable) Benefit of Wisdom

We have all heard the phrase “respect your elders”. However, along with relics like the rotary dial phone, VHS recorders and the hand written letter, that concept may be getting a little dated. In many, if not all cultures, the notion that “old folks” are a valued resource to young adults or to society in general is becoming little more than a polite gesture. Does…


Added by Brian Ritchie on May 24, 2013 at 6:00pm — 4 Comments

Fun Things to Do in New York Tour this Summer

Always regarded one of the nation's leading destinations for work and travel, New York Tours has a plenty of things to do. Some attractions are famous world-wide, while others sort of sneak their way in. The following attractions are some things that will be worth your time to experience. While there are a number of delights in the big apple, try one, some or all of these…

Added by Larry daron on May 18, 2013 at 5:00am — No Comments

Reflections on a Canadian pastime

By now you may have noticed I enjoy fishing. What you may not know is that has not always been case. When I was a young lad, fishing wasn't the technicolour, globe-trotting pastime it is today.

Sitting in a downpour on the Kebesquashashing River for hours on end waiting for the pickerel to hit as blackflies and mosquitos gnaw away at ankles and the apparently…


Added by Lorne Alan Riley on May 15, 2013 at 2:30am — 2 Comments


Little did we know our lives would change on September 21, 2009. Our foster co-ordinator at the Boston Terrier Rescue asked if we would be able to foster this little guy. Marty was found roaming the streets of Toronto when Toronto Animal Services picked him up and soon after, he became part of our Rescue. After having four foster pups come and go, I wasn't sure if my husband…


Added by Judy Enns on May 14, 2013 at 7:10pm — 1 Comment

Top Ten List of Favourite 'Mom' Moments

My Mom is the best. That's why, on this Mother's Day, I would like to pay tribute to her with my own personal Top Ten List of Favourite 'Mom' Moments

10. Getting one or more of my favourite desserts everytime I come home (butter tarts, blueberry and/or flapper pie)

9. Our trip to Lourdes, particularly the drive through the French countryside

8. Sitting in the porch on a summer's day in Chapleau, the breeze blowing in from the back yard as we catch up over a glass (ok…


Added by Lorne Alan Riley on May 12, 2013 at 1:11am — 2 Comments

Fun with Whales

Reposting this link from MSN... if you have a minute, its an amazing video. 

Try to figure out if these guys are playing or hungry...



Added by Brian Ritchie on May 6, 2013 at 9:00pm — No Comments

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Choosing a Laboratory Cabinet for Your Laboratory

Posted by Jack Smith on August 8, 2022 at 6:10am 0 Comments

For those in charge of laboratories, selecting the right industrial furniture for a lab can be challenging. Various factors such as safety requirements, storage needs, and function dictate the type of lab furniture one would require. No two laboratories are the same. While some will be basic, others have sterilization processes or microbial protections required. The biggest question revolves around the material used in the lab cabinet as well as countertops. This is a decision that one must…


Keep Your Laboratory Organized With The Best Lab Cabinets.

Posted by Jack Smith on July 18, 2022 at 6:54am 0 Comments

Industrial laboratories mostly have several products scattered almost everywhere, making it look like a mess. This reduces the overall appearance of the place and surely makes it impossible to maintain a certain productivity rate. A laboratory of a company is the backstage in which the main things are operated. This is why it is essential to keep it well organized. A proper way of making sure your lab is organized and you find every product from time to time is by investing in a…


5 Things To Expect From A Hearing Clinic

Posted by Jack Smith on May 17, 2022 at 5:27am 0 Comments

It is completely normal for any individual to act nervous when visiting a hearing clinic or audiologist for the first time. If an individual is experiencing itching, hearing loss, ringing or any type of pain in the ear, a visit to the nearest hearing clinic is always recommended. Contrary to what people believe, professional ear cleaning is simple and pain-free.

Like anywhere else in the world, many people suffer from hearing difficulties and ear-related problems in…


5 Signs You Might Need a New Gas Fireplace Right Away

Posted by Jack Smith on May 17, 2022 at 4:56am 0 Comments

A fireplace is an integral feature of any home's heating system and needs regular upkeep. Whether you have a gas fire or an electric fire, fireplaces are a useful convenience for any house. It's also practical, and when it's operating well, it may reduce your monthly heating utility expenses. Nevertheless, a fireplace does need regular maintenance, and you will need to consider a fireplace installation or…



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