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Luxury Publishing company in Burlington Ontario

Please Join Us For Our Winter 2017/18 Magazine Launch & Luxury...

Please Join Us for Our Winter 2017/18 Magazine Launch &  Luxury Networking Event 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm Thursday, December 7th, 2017 1092 Argyle Drive, Oakville, ON Silent Auction  |...

Lamborghini Uptown Toronto: Global Redesign Revealed

Lamborghini Uptown Toronto: Global Redesign Revealed October 2017 - A new era in Corporate Identity Design has begun for Lamborghini and the occasion was marked...

Community & Cuisine

In the contemporary reality of celebrity chefs, the Food Network, and “foodie” culture in general, even the most casual diner is more refined and...

St. Mildred’s Lightbourn School

St. Mildred's Lightbourn School: Inspired Girls, Empowered Women In choosing the right school for our daughters, we must weigh hefty concerns – and no longer...

MacLachlan College

MacLachlan College: Where Tradition and Vision Meet The contemporary realities of 21st century parenting can sometimes be daunting. Not only do we aspire to raise...

Linbrook School

Linbrook School: Engage, Inspire, Achieve Boys will be boys—an idiom whose definition has changed and evolved as what it means to be a man has...

Dearcroft Montessori School

Dearcroft Montessori School: Canada's Leader in Experiential Education The choice of the curator of your child’s education is not simply a matter of location, or syllabi,...

Blyth Academy

Blyth Academy: Canada's #1 Private High School (Huffington Post) A prevalent and consistent theme parents will discover during their necessary and industrious investigations of education...

Buffalo Seminary

Buffalo Seminary: Discover the Power “Why all-girls?” This is the question at the forefront of every parent’s mind when considering which private institution should be...

Appleby College

Appleby College: Fascinating Minds Our world has changed dramatically over the past quarter century. These changes not only affect the way we think, but more...