Tennis Canada, Squash Canada and Alpine Ontario Among Newest Members of ScreenScape Sponsored Network Adoption Program

Tennis Canada, Squash Canada and Alpine Ontario Among Newest Members of ScreenScape Sponsored Network Adoption Program










Charlottetown, PE (PRWEB) March 24, 2011

ScreenScape Networks Inc. today announced the further expansion of it’s Sponsored Network Adoption Program. Under the program, qualified not-for-profit associations receive discounted Group Licenses from ScreenScape and may be eligible for free marketing support.

ScreenScape is a fast-growing community-based digital signage platform and key enabler of location-based media. The software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform helps business to speak more effectively to their on-site customers, to coordinate messaging at physical sites in their organization, and also through the ScreenScape Community to take their marketing message to audiences inside other venues.

Nancy Esson, President of Alpine Ontario, spoke to their reasons for joining the program. “Unifying our 44 member ski clubs was a key reason to apply for the program. ScreenScape gives us the ability to arrange messaging at all sites, while allowing each site the independence to promote their own events,” said Esson. “Our sponsors also benefit from having all of our sites networked. We can give them visibility that just wasn’t possible in the past.”

“ScreenScape not only helps to spread awareness of our upcoming events, such as Rogers Cup presented by National Bank, it also helps us promote tennis development across the country,” said Adam Bloom, Director of Marketing and Promotions, Tennis Canada. “Being able to consolidate messaging with our provincial associations at a moment’s notice speaks to the effectiveness of owning a ScreenScape group.”

“We believe that clubs and associations will benefit tremendously with ScreenScape as it provides a unique way to market, promote and connect with people across the country,” noted Danny Da Costa, Executive Director of Squash Canada. “This cost effective and simple to use program will provide clubs and associations a unique way to market the sport of Squash in Canada.”

Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) and Ontario Curling Association(OCA) are also new to ScreenScape’s Sponsored Network Adoption Program. Peter Malcomson, Marketing Manager for OTA stated, “We are always looking for better ways to connect with our members and ScreenScape has become a powerful communication vehicle for us. We invite tennis clubs to take a good look at what ScreenScape can do for their own club, and through Groups like OTA, for the tennis community at large.”

Kevin Dwyer, President and CEO welcomed the new associations and spoke on behalf of ScreenScape. “ScreenScape has removed the barriers that keep these organizations from taking advantage of place-based media. By joining the ScreenScape Community they will now be able to distribute rich visual content quickly and easily to audiences inside their member sites,” says Dwyer. “At the same time, by offering our support to these groups, we’re able to drive rapid adoption of the ScreenScape platform. Associations, in general, tend to be great candidates for a ScreenScape Group. Our community-based approach is the key to keeping costs down and helping organizations form their own content sharing network consisting of many individual members of ScreenScape.”

More information about ScreenScape’s Sponsored Network Adoption Program can be found online: http://screenscape.net/sponsored-network.

About Tennis Canada

Founded in 1890, Tennis Canada is a non-profit, national sport association responsible for leading the growth, promotion and showcasing of tennis in Canada. Tennis Canada owns and operates two of the premier events on the ATP and WTA Tours; Rogers Cup presented by National Bank men’s and women’s events that rotate annually between Rexall Centre in Toronto and Uniprix Stadium in Montreal. In addition, Tennis Canada owns and operates seven professional ITF sanctioned events and financially supports seven other professional tournaments in Canada. Tennis Canada operates national training centres at the Centre of Excellence in Toronto and at Uniprix Stadium in Montreal. Tennis Canada is a proud member of the International Tennis Federation, the Canadian Olympic Committee, the Canadian Paralympic Committee and the International Wheelchair Tennis Association, and serves to administer, sponsor and select the teams for Davis Cup, Fed Cup, the Olympic and Paralympic Games and all wheelchair, junior and senior national teams. Tennis Canada invests its surplus into tennis development. For more information on Tennis Canada please visit our Web site at: http://www.LoveMeansNothing.ca.

About Squash Canada

Founded in 1913, Squash Canada is a non-profit, national sport association responsible for the development of athletes, coaches and officials and sets the standards for Canadian Squash. Squash Canada is a proud member of the Pan-American and World Squash Federations and participates in the Pan-American Championships, Commonwealth and Pan-Am Games as well as World Championships at the junior and senior level. Each year Squash Canada hosts 9 national championships across the country and works with its Provincial and Territorial partners to promote the growth and development of Squash across the country. Squash Canada is based in Ottawa, ON Canada.

About Alpine Ontario

As the recognized Provincial Sport Organization and promoter of alpine ski racing in Ontario, Alpine Ontario Alpin represents 44 member ski clubs, approximately 30,000 active racers, coaches, officials and volunteers in four divisions: Alpine Ontario South Division, National Capital Division, Lake Superior Division Alpine and Northern Ontario Division. AOA coordinates several successful programs across the province and continues to foster the development of ski racing programs from the grass roots to the elite level.

About Ontario Tennis Association

The Ontario Tennis Association (OTA) is the provincial sport governing body for tennis in Ontario. It is a non-profit organization, incorporated under the Corporation Act. It is the largest provincial tennis association in Canada, boasting 220 clubs and 55,000 adult and child tennis players. The two basic aims of the OTA are to encourage participation in the sport of tennis in Ontario and to provide a structure of services which will assist players to reach a level of competence consistent with their personal goals and abilities.

About Ontario Curling Association

The Ontario Curling Association is an association of curling clubs covering the southern part of Ontario. Services and programs, including a variety of competitions are supplied to the clubs and their members. Over 200 curling clubs from the Quebec border on the east, to Windsor & Sarnia in the west and Parry Sound in the north belong to the Association. This translates to over 800 sheets of ice and approximately 55,000 club members being registered by the clubs.

About ScreenScape Networks

ScreenScape is the first community-based digital signage network. Businesses of all sizes and in a range of industries use ScreenScape for digital signage, media distribution, and advertising. ScreenScape is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform, enabling members to turn any Internet-connected computer or screen into a dynamic digital display. Utilizing ScreenScape, companies can easily access, create, share and update content, while keeping the total cost of ownership low. Members of ScreenScape form a collaborative community, which acts as a shared resource for content creation, exchange, cross-promotion and advertising revenue.

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Ontario Hypnosis Centre Stages Largest Relaxation Day Ever on World Hypnosis Day, January 4 2006

Ontario Hypnosis Centre Stages Largest Relaxation Day Ever on World Hypnosis Day, January 4 2006










(PRWEB) October 16, 2005

On January 4 2006, Ontario Hypnosis Centre in Toronto, Canada will stage the largest relaxation day ever in order to draw attention to the growing field of hypnotism. On that day, hypnotherapists from across Ontario will meet at The Sutton Place Hotel to stage a relaxation session for 350 people, including politicians, entertainers, and media to educate and demonstrate the extraordinary power we all have within us. Hosting the event is Dr. Georgina Cannon of the Ontario Hypnosis Centre. Anyone who wants to de-stress and make a Guinness Book of Records attempt at the world’s largest stress reduction session is welcome.

TThis first time- ever -event takes place at the prestigious Sutton Place Hotel in their Royal Sutton Ballroom from 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. The timing is specifically designed so that participants may start their relaxing evening at the hotel’s Accents Restaurant & Bar, where special arrangements have been made for a reasonably priced prix-fixed dinner designed for the historic event. Special room rate arrangements have also been made to accommodate the out of town participants for this event.

To register call 416.489.0333 or 1-866-497 7469

Once a corporate leader and strategic planner for blue chip corporations, Dr. Georgina Cannon, left her $ 300,000.00 a year corporate career 10 years ago to start of all things, a hypnotism clinic and school. Cannon sold most of her worldly assets, including her home and BMW to start up a business in the centre of Toronto’s Cumberland Ave. Today she is known as one of North America’s most recognized spokespersons for the field of hypnotism, speaking and teaching dentists, doctors and assorted businessmen and women, the applications of hypnosis and hypnotherapy. Cannon’s pragmatic approach to hypnotherapy has brought her some of the most prestigious awards in her field, including the Order of the Braid

Georgina Cannon is one of four key world organisers of this event, and as such is focussing her attention onto Canada where teams of hypnosis clinics will be holding open houses, running demonstrations, dispelling myths, and in general encouraging Canadians to discover the power of their mind.

For more on the event or to interview Dr. Cannon for an article contact: Darlene Montgomery at 416-696-1684.

About Hypnotism:

Hypnotism is a safe and effective intervention for a variety of motivational, self improvement and goal setting situations. It is natural and free of side effects, when performed by a certified competent practitioner the results are long lasting and often permanent.

Guidelines of Practice:

The National Guild of Hypnotists has ethical guidelines which all members must adhere to. The National Guild of Hypnotists holds to the ideal that hypnotism should be practiced in a free and open manner in line with all national and state requirements. NGH Hypnotists are not practicing medical or mental health arts (unless additional credentials are held by the member) Hypnotists do not diagnose disease, but can help in an adjunct to conventional medical or mental health interventions. We have our own unique non diagnostic language which we use with clients in order to help them to achieve the change they desire.

About Dr. Georgina Cannon:

Ontario Hypnosis Director, Georgina Cannon, is a Doctor of Metaphysical Counselling, NLP Master, Timeline practitioner, Past Life Regression Therapist and accredited Instructor for the National Guild of Hypnotists, the Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association and the International Board of Regression Therapies.

She is recognized by many in the media as “The Source” for expert opinion in the field of hypnotherapy and issues around complementary wellness treatments, and she regularly meets with medical and wellness professionals to enhance their knowledge and awareness of hypnosis and the dynamic healing potential of soul, or past life journeys.

She is also on the Advisory Board of the National Guild of Hypnotists. Georgina specializes in enabling clients to achieve major life changes, healing personal and emotional issues, and she facilitates Past Life Research and Regression sessions. Dr. Cannon received the NGH worldwide “Hypnotism Media Award” for being regarded as The Information Source for Media.

She was also inducted into “The Order of Braid”, in recognition of outstanding achievement, dedication and service to the profession of Hypnosis. Dr. Georgina Cannon has been featured in many national print and broadcast news articles and television programs, including a three-part, one-hour series on CBC Television, broadcast in the fall of 2004.

For more on Georgina Cannon visit, http://www.ont-hypnosis-centre.com

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Live Blues in Ontario

Live Blues in Ontario










(PRWEB) December 23, 2004

The Ontario blues music review has reviews for all of the Blues Venues in Ontario.

If you have recently visited a blues music venue in Ontario, please add your review at http://www.blues-fest.com/blues-music/Ontario-Blues.htm

Ontario Blues Venues: @2066 Lounge Bar in Toronto; Alleycatz in Toronto; Barriesticky Fingers Bar & Grill in Barrie; Bayou Jazz & Blues Club in Ottawa; Black Swan in Toronto; Blue Goose Tavern in Etobicoke; Boomer’s Basement Roadhouse in Kitchener; Bourbon Street Lounge in Kitchener; Cameron House in Toronto; Canada South Blues Society in Windsor; Canadianblues.ca in Midtown Postal Outlet St. Catharines; Champs Bar & Grill in London; Chicago’s Diner in Toronto; Double Olive in St. Catharines; Fitzy’s Crabshack in Barrie; Fox Glen Golf Club in McGregor; Gate 403 in Toronto; George & Dragon in Georgetown; Goose & Firkin in North York; Grossman’s in Toronto; Grossman’s Tavern in Toronto; Harbourfront Centre in Toronto; Healey’s in Toronto; Holiday Inn in Peterborough; Honest Lawyer The in London; Hughs Room in Toronto; Hugh’s Room in Toronto; Ironhouse Saloon in Kingston; Kiwi Kick in Toronto; La Brasserie in Toronto; Lion Tavern in Port Dalhousie; Mermaids Lounge in Hamilton; Molly Blooms in Collingwood; Mr. Slate in Scarborough; N’Awlins in Toronto; Odyssey Tap & Grill in St. Catharines; Old Chicago’s in London; Old Roxy Theatre in Mount Forest; Ottawa Blues Society in Ottawa; P.K. Creek Bar And Grill in Mississauga; Peter’s Place in Innisfil; Pitchers in St. Catharines; Q Bar in Toronto; RD’s BBQ and Blues in Toronto; Reader’s Cafe in Dunnville; Red Dog Tavern in Peterborough; Reservoir Lounge in Toronto; Silver Dollar Room in Toronto; Stonehenge Blues Lounge in London; Suz Blues House in London; The Dior Lounge in Toronto; The Gladstone Bar in Toronto; The Goose & Firkin in Toronto; The Harp Pub in Mississauga; The Long Weekend in Newmarket,; The Molson Amphitheatre in Toronto; The Otter And Firkin in Oshawa; The Rainbow Bistro in Ottawa; The Rex in Toronto; The Rockit in Toronto ; The Silver Dollar Room in Toronto; The St. Catharines Blues Society in St. Catharines; The Thirsty Monk in Oshawa; The Wortley Roadhouse in London; Thunder Bay Blues Society in Thunder Bay; Tiff’s Restaurant Bar in E. Barrie; Timothy’s Pub in Etobicoke; Toronto Blues Society in Toronto; Tucson’s Roadhouse in Ottawa; Your Neighborhood Pizza Company in Niagara Falls; PE Big Momma’s in Charlottetown; Jock’s Bistro in Cardigan.

Having reviews allows patrons to choose which Club or Blues music may be right for their specific taste in music, or Vacation style. The site also allows visitors to contribute reviews of Blues Venues, Clubs, and Festivals they may have visited. Reviews are moderated and include a numerical rating from 1 to 10. The blues music review staff also reviews the Blues Venues.

If you have recently visited a blues music venue in Ontario, please add your review. When you are planning a trip to Ontario Blues Venues, please visit the Ontario Blues music Review at http://www.blues-fest.com/blues-music/Ontario-Blues.htm to help plan your trip and listening.

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Websites: http://www.blues-fest.com/blues/Blues-Websites.asp


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Breast Cancer Survivors Learn Healthy Stress Response at Ontario Wellness Spa

Breast Cancer Survivors Learn Healthy Stress Response at Ontario Wellness Spa











Port Hope, ON (PRWEB) September 25, 2006

To celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month, The Hillcrest Valenova, an overnight wellness spa in Port Hope, Ontario, launches wellness retreats 3 nights in length that help breast cancer survivors and their supporters choose healthy responses to the stress of critical illness. During the retreat, guests participate in a customized workshop and individual stress management session delivered by Robin Dines, Stress and Wellness Consultant certified by The Canadian Institute of Stress.

“By helping women understand their unique ‘stresstype’, or way of responding to stressful situations, they can take action to build a healthier response to everyday stresses. The physical benefits are immediate — deeper breathing, increased mental focus and a more confident, optimistic outlook on life, even during the most critical of illnesses,” comments Dines.

The Strength Through Wellness spa retreat is built upon twenty years of clinical research on the Body Age which is conducted across the globe. The Body Age studies, founded on the principles of Dr. Hans Seyle and carried out by Dr. Richard Earle of The Canadian Institute of Stress, showed that of 3000 participants, body age was reduced by 11 years on average. In addition, participants increased their “Vitality Quotient”, which indicates the extent to which one enjoys optimal health and participates in a full life.

Sonja Shepherd, of Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre in Oshawa, Ontario remarked after a visit to the Spa, “The nurturing atmosphere at The Hillcrest Valenova allows women in all stages of cancer recovery to seek wellness on new levels. Cancer friendly treatments such as massage, reiki, and aromatherapy promote relaxation and help heal the body and soul, while the tranquil surroundings of the elegant overnight spa allow the spirit to be refreshed.”

The Hillcrest Valenova wellness spa employs mature, experienced staff, each of whom has a friend or family member touched by breast cancer. Spa Manager Simone Beitler explains, “We have the utmost regard for our guests’ dignity and privacy. The one-to-one ratio of staff-to-guest allows us to truly be ‘daymakers.’ This could be as simple as taking a reflexology treatment to a guest’s suite so they can be tucked into bed immediately following. We look for whatever might heighten the well-being of the person in that moment.”

The Valenova Wellness Spa is North America’s first and only Dr. Hauschka Destination Spa. Using this biodynamic product line imported from Germany, the Valenova spa menu is customized for breast cancer survivors.

The new Strength Through Wellness retreats at The Hillcrest Valenova Wellness Spa help breast cancer survivors to deal positively with the stress of a critical illness. Retreats run Tuesday-Thursday weekly, and include workshop, private consultation, all meals, spa treatments and overnight spa accommodations. Breast cancer survivors save by mentioning the Pink Ribbon Club.

About The Hillcrest — A Valenova Inn & Spa

Situated on 15 serene acres with panoramic views of Lake Ontario, this CAA/AAA 4-Diamond wellness spa is truly a private retreat. Guests are offered a variety of invigorating and healing spa treatments. The organic, biodynamic skin care products of Dr. Hauschka are used throughout the spa, offering guests an experience not available at any other destination spa in North America.

Guests of The Hillcrest are treated to organic meals, fine dining, mid-day tea, fitness facilities, outdoor seasonal saline pool, indoor/outdoor hot tubs, full-service spa, outdoor spa gazebos, forest walking trails and more. Web site: http://www.thehillcrest.ca

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Maximizing Members’ Value, CAA North & East Ontario Launches Blog

Maximizing Members’ Value, CAA North & East Ontario Launches Blog











Ontario, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2008 –

Keeping their members informed is a top priority at CAA North and East Ontario, and launching a blog (http://www.caaneo.ca/about/blog/) was the next logical step in the development of their services. Offering travel service, savings, automotive expertise, insurance and helping with advocacy issues, CAA has been serving Canadian motorists for the past 100 years. The addition of the blog will act as a supplement to their website and offer tips and advice to their members and web site visitors, as well as travel tools and educational information.

“We’re a service-oriented organization,” says Martin Campbell, Manager, Web Commerce. “It’s important to us to be continually innovative and to complement our core services like roadside assistance and battery assists with new technology.”

CAA is known for assisting people with their car mishaps, but they also offer their members a lot of different savings and travel ideas. The addition of the blog to the website means that while customers are browsing the membership options, savings and travel section, they’ll have the opportunity to explore topics that are of interest in a more in-depth fashion.

“Our website is already a great resource for our clients,” says Campbell. “It only made sense to the evolution of the site to add the blog and it means that we’ll have a forum to foster better communication with our consumers. Hopefully, it will also be viewed as a source of information as well.”

CAA has been around since 1903 and is a federation of nine auto clubs serving over five million members across Canada. CAA North and East Ontario is one such club attending to members ranging from Sudbury to Ottawa. Check out their website at http://caaneo.ca.

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