Heathwood Homes is a new home builder in the Great Toronto area known for integrity and innovation. Heathwood Homes is dedicated above all to customer satisfaction and has built a reputation brick by brick over the past two decades, enjoying a level of success derived directly from the skills of their people. From their experienced construction personnel to their hands-on management team, everyone in the company pursues the highest standards of quality in its many forms. All are consummate professionals, with a pride of workmanship that is reflected in both the design and construction of every new Heathwood Home.
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Herity is a diversified, fully-integrated real estate company, specializing in residential construction and land development. Since its creation in 1977, the Group has been responsible for over 10,000 residential units in the Greater Toronto Area and developed three million square feet of commercial and retail space.
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The City of Toronto Council endorses the concept of Toronto becoming a "Cardiac Safe City", actively encouraging public involvement in the provision of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and wherever possible the use of Public Access Defibrillators (PAD). Toronto EMS with its partner Sunnybrook and Women’s College Hospital have developed a program for the City of Toronto, as well as working with organizations like The Mikey Network in our effort to create a Cardiac Safe City.
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The largest municipal Emergency Medical Service (EMS) in Canada, Toronto EMS is the sole licensee providing ambulance services within the city of Toronto, and provides 24-hour pre-hospital emergency and non-emergency care and transportation to and between hospitals for individuals experiencing injury or illness.
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The Healing Mind has gathered a remarkable consortium of the world’s leading experts in mind/body medicine and healing. Under the direction of Dr. Marty Rossman, the organization not only provides information and research but also specific guidance and instruction in how to use the power of one’s mind/body connection for self-healing and relief from stress, high blood pressure, back and neck pain, headaches, anxiety, irritable bowel syndrome and a host of other common chronic conditions.
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Two Men And A Truck holds franchise opportunities across Canada for a moving company that built its reputation on highly personalized service and an appreciation for the value, monetary and sentimental, of people’s belongings. The company offers consumers an impressive array of moving services that includes packing and unpacking, loading and unloading, as well as supplies, crating and storage.
Two Men and a Truck has committed an annual donation from every move they make to The Mikey Network.
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Humans have the amazing capacity to make something good come out of tragedy. In 2006, a tradition was born in Canada that was inspired by the police-escorted charity motorcycle ride held in the U.S. after September 11th. Last fall, the first-ever “Canada’s 911 Ride,” raised money to create scholarship funds for the families of fallen police officers, firefighters, EMS personnel, victims of violent crimes, AND to support The Mikey Network.
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Toronto Academy of Dentistry (TAD) members will be able to purchase a high quality Automated External Defibrillator (Philips HeartStart OnSite Defibrillator) and an accessory package from Heaven Can Wait (HCW) at considerable savings from similarly promoted units. What is more, a portion of each sale will be donated to The Mikey Network. The funds raised will be used to place AED’s in public places, along with a plaque acknowledging the contribution of the dentists of Toronto.
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When it comes to AEDs, Don Cherry knows what’s up. He talked about The Mikey Network and the importance of having AEDs in all hockey arenas, on his Grapeline show. Check it out...
This past week the parents of Corporal Trevor O’Keefe have donated a MIKEY defibrillator in his memory to the Burnt Cove-Bauline-St. Micheal’s Community Centre. Corporal Trevor O’Keefe was recognized for his community-focused volunteer work. Members of the Witless Bay Volunteer Fire Department, representatives from the Burnt Cove-Bauline-St. Michael’s Community Centre and residents of the Southern Shore...
With much of the country already experiencing plenty of snowfalls this winter, we thought that it would be a good time to talk about how the cold weather can increase the risk of a heart attack or a sudden cardiac arrest. More importantly how you can protect your heart and reduce that risk. Although shoveling...