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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Clean and protect your car during Canada's coldest months

Winter is not a Friend to your Car

Clean and protect your car during Canada's coldest months

TORONTO, Ont. — The leaves have fallen, the holidays are behind us and we are officially on the 100th NHL season.

 It can only mean one thing: Winter is dreadfully, finally here. We all know what winter brings with it – snowfall, icy conditions and salt to help keep the roads clear and safe.  Even though the salt helps make driving safer, it is no friend to your car.

"Not only can the driving conditions in a Canadian winter be horrible, they are also just brutal on your car," says Megan Currie, Senior Marketing Manager at Armor All® brand. "The roads are a slushy mess, and all the salt used to melt the ice can be corrosive on the body of your car. What's worse, you track all that sloppy mess into the car with you, leaving an ugly, crusty residue behind."

The weather conditions in winter also make it unappealing to stand out on the driveway, hose in hand, washing your car. But that doesn't mean it should suffer months of neglect as it withstands the worst of winter. 

Megan offers the following tips for keeping your car clean through the long, cold winter:

Remove salt. There is nothing more damaging to your car inside and out than winter road salt. It is corrosive and unsightly, and causes physical damage to your body and upholstery. An industrial-strength carpet and upholstery cleaner with foaming action is perfect for cleaning the salt from the carpet and car mats in your car. It is also good for lifting ground-in stains from the other three seasons as well, including grease, oil and mud.

A clean dash. Get rid of the last of summer's dust with a thorough cleaning of your dash, console and doors. Take care of your dashboard and interior trim with a multi-use auto cleaner, and keep it clean and safe from UV damage with an interior protectant.

Spring fresh. The temperature may be dipping below zero, but you can keep you car smelling spring fresh with an air freshener. Whether you prefer a vent clip or something that hangs from your rear-view mirror, an air freshener will help keep your car smelling great.

Clear windows. You can't see out of dirty windows, and when your windows start to fog up even a little bit in the dead of winter — and they will — every streak becomes obvious. Restore the clarity to your windows with a specialized automotive glass cleaner.

Preserve your seats. Leather seats are a nice option in a car, and you will want to preserve them as much as possible. Protect the leather in your car from wayward splashes and salt with a restorer and protectant that will rejuvenate and preserve your leather interior.

Run it through a wash. When spring rolls around, you will want to ensure your car is free of rust and corrosion so that you can get back to giving it that custom shine car enthusiasts love. Give your car a regular wash in the winter, especially the undercarriage, to clean away any salt residue. For an added level of protection against winter's worst, brave the cold for just a few moments and apply a spray-on wax, which can be applied to a wet or dry vehicle. Simply spray on the carnauba wax and enjoy a mid-winter high-gloss shine that also protects the clear coat on the paint.

Tires & Rims need cleaning too.  Whether it's a coin op, or your local car wash, you can easily clean your tires and rims to help prevent salt and road grime from pitting the rims and diminishing the look and moisture in your tires.  Before you turn on the water gun, or drive through the car wash, use a touch free tire and rim cleaner like Armor All Quicksilver® Tire and Rim Cleaner and have the water do the dirty work for your.  (See it in action here).

For more information, please visit armorall.ca. Get all the latest updates by following Armor All® on Facebook , where you can join the conversation with the hashtag #ArmorAllEasy.

About the Armor All® Brand:

For more than 50 years, the Armor All® brand has helped people keep their cars and trucks looking like they just rolled off the showroom floor. We care how your vehicle looks, and have developed a full line of products to be a complete resource for every car and truck owner. Use Armor All® products for easy and effective car cleaning — not just the body but also the wheels, tires, dashboard, seats and interior trim. Our passion is to help you get excellent results so you have renewed pride in your ride with less effort.

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Fwd: January 2017 Announcement





Arts on the Credit: original, inspired excellence
 
 
Announcing some exciting new developments for Arts on the Credit, beginning this year.
 
"As Arts on the Credit continues to grow into the wonderful, organic organization it has become, we have tweaked it into something even more streamlined and effective. I am delighted to announce that we now have a vibrant volunteer committee of artists and business owners helping Elysia Prokopetz www.glass-butterfly.com and I move the organization forward as an independent arts organization; showcasing, promoting and mentoring local artists with high-end juried shows and community initiatives."
 
Some changes to note:
  • Arts on the Credit is now the umbrella organization, and will feature four main shows, Arts on the Credit Fine Craft and Arts Show in April, Jewels on the Credit in June, Arts on the Credit Tour in October and an Arts on the Credit Holiday Event in December.   The new shows will be introduced gradually over the next three years
  • Arts on the Credit, the Show is scheduled for April 8, 9, 2017 at the beautiful Waterside Inn
  • All shows will be juried during a specific period, then curated to ensure a spectacular and even representation of our local talent. Parameters for acceptance will now include work completed in the past two years
  • The members of the committee include Marie Payne, and Elysia Prokopetz. 
  • Significant contribution has also been given to the organization by Tony Lolic of caneworks.ca , Debby de Groot of mdgassociates.com Sandra Robson of sandrarobson-artist.com and Sjon de Groot of sjondegroot.com

 

Launched in 2012, Arts on the Credit is now an independent arts organization showcasing, promoting and mentoring local artists with high-end juried shows and community initiatives. 

 

Explore more about the show coming this April at artsonthecredit.ca 

 

Wishing you all an exciting new year filled with wonderful art.







Marie Payne
artsonthecredit.ca 
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Sunday, January 1, 2017

NEW MUSIC BUPS SAGGU - BLACK MAGIC (05.01.2017)




 BLACK MAGIC 



Song: Black Magic
Vocals: Bups Saggu
Rap: Stylish Singh
Music & Lyrics: Bups Saggu 
Release Date: 5th January 2017 
Label: Zee Music Company 
Presentation: Anup Kumar

Images, Press PDF & Video Teaser Download Link: 
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B7S9N1znUwDtSUk5bFVBRkhBNFk


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Black Magic is Bups Saggu's latest single and is described as a mainstream level product that is not only predicted to top the charts but to mark a point in history by making Bups Saggu the first ever DJ, producer, musician, songwriter and singer in the Punjabi Music Industry.

The latest edition to Bups' countless hits is an urban Asian song in which a woman (whether or not she is a figment of his imagination) has cast a spell on Saggu in which he is completely at her disposal and love bound.

All that have heard Black Magic best describe the song having a real catchy melody and chorus that people will surely sing along to. Saggu has mentioned this song was produced over 3 years ago and only now he feels is the right time to showcase it as the product finally represents the vision he originally wanted to capture when penning the lyrics.

Saggu consciously chose Black Magic to be the first of his single releases of 2017 as it not only shows a different angle to his cemented Desi sound, it would be fresh to all listeners and not the norm that is common nowadays in Asian and urban music. Bups mentions he has not had the chance to release his own single since the dancefloor hit 'Bodyguard' as he has been busy with endless DJ shows mainly with the "Bups Saggu Roadshow" and collaborating on upcoming songs with other artists. Saggu adds, "In 2017, I aim to release about four of my own singles which I never got to do in 2016. Aside from Desi numbers including 'Faaltu' (ft. Zora Randhawa) and 'Garrari' (ft. Saini Surinder), I hope to showcase my versatility through my urban Asian and Bolly Pop tracks. I look forward to keeping my current Desi fan-base on their toes with some bad-boy Bhangra whiclst simultaneously making some serious noise in the world of Bollywood! Hopefully I can be an inspiration to fellow DJ's and producers to release what they feel is right and not go by the norm."

In 2016 Bups was signed by the crème del-a-crème of managers, Anup Kumar who has many artists under his belt including formerly Yo Yo Honey Singh. Kumar's vision for Saggu is not to only be the "Superstar DJ" of the Asian world that he already is, but a versatile performing artist and producer both in Punjabi and Bollywood. Anup is known to transform dreams into reality, so it would be intriguing to see where Saggu ends up a few years from now.

Black Magic music video has been filmed by Ant Horasanli of N5 Pictures and captures dark arts, voodoo and mystical elements that are stereotype to the term "Black Magic" and how this love "spell" has left Bups is a state of desperation, frustration and love sick at this girl's demise. This is definitely a video worth the watch for its out-of-the-box concept.

Black Magic is released on Zee Music Company on the 5th January 2017 midnight on iTunes and all other digital platforms.

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Friday, December 30, 2016

Happening in Mississauga: BOLLYWOOD BOOM 2017, NYE in Blue Mountain, YEAR END PARTY and many more


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Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Shab-e She'r (Poetry Night) January 31, 2017

Shab-e She'r (Poetry Night) XLVII


The most diverse poetry reading and open mic in Toronto
At Shab-e She'r (Poetry Night) we don't just wait for diversity to happen: we actively invite it.

Please spread the word through social media and other means. Let our event become as diverse as we are.


Featured poets: Faduma Mohamed & Daniel Scott Tysdal
Host: Bänoo Zan

Time: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Place:
St. Stephen-In-The-Fields Church, 103 Bellevue Ave, Toronto, ON, M5T 2N8

Doors open               6:15 p.m.
Open-mic sign-up     6:30 p.m.
Show                         7 p.m.

Admission: $5

 

Faduma Mohamed spoken word poet, storyteller, artist manager at RISE Edutainment, autism activist, #OughtTheBox campaign

 

Daniel Scott Tysdal award winning author, 3 books of poetry, TEDx speaker, Associate Professor, U of T Scarborough

 

@BanooZan

@ShabeSherTO


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Bänoo Zan

Founder of Shab-e She'r (Poetry Night)
the most diverse poetry and open mic series in Toronto
@BanooZan
@ShebeSherTO

I'd Like to Order Some Extra Calories...

I'd Like to Order Some Extra Calories...

Make no bones about it: Eating out generally equates with poorer eating habits compared to eating at home, despite "advances" in the past few years in terms of healthier menu options. Case in point: a recent study that suggests people who eat at fast-food or sit-down (full-service) restaurants consume approximately 200 additional calories each day they do so.

The study, published in Public Health Nutrition asked more than 12,000 adults ages 20-64 about their eating habits on two separate days as part of the latest National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. People who ate fast food consumed 194 extra calories a day compared to people who did not eat out; while people who ate at full-service restaurants consumed an additional 205 calories daily. Eating out also led to higher intake of saturated fat and particularly sodium compared to not eating out.

 
While fast food is certainly a convenience, and the sit-down restaurant is a time-honored tradition for many families, extra calories and other negative nutritional consequences may be the result. The bottom line: Treat eating out as just that – an occasional treat – and ensure the majority of your meals are prepared at home using fresh, whole foods.Talk to your doctor for more information.

For more information on health and safety please visit www.toyourhealth.com and the Ontario Chiropractic Association web site at www.chiropractic.on.ca or call 1877-327-2273. Dr. George I. Traitses of Infinite Health practices traditional chiropractic, advanced nutrition and anti aging therapy and has been serving the Toronto and Markham communities since 1981. You can reach him at 416-499-5656 or www.infinite-health.com

or the longer version

Doctors of chiropractic are specialists, who provide drug free, hands on treatment that targets the source of pain. Studies show that chiropractic treatment is increasingly recognized as one of the safest and most effective health care solutions. Chiropractic care can be used successfully to treat injuries resulting from automobile accidents and sports injuries. For more prevention and wellness, or to find a doctor of chiropractic near you, go to the Patient Information section of the Ontario Chiropractic Association Website at www.chiropractic.on.ca or call 1-877-327-2273. More health information can be found at www.toyourhealth.com.
Dr. George I. Traitses of Infinite Health practices traditional chiropractic, advanced nutrition and anti aging therapy and has been serving the Toronto and Markham communities since 1981. You can reach him at 416-499-5656 or www.infinite-health.com


Dr. George I. Traitses
webmaster@infinite-health.com
Infinite Health / Secretropin Canada
Office: 416 499 5656  Fax: 905 201 6811
2914 Sheppard Ave. Suite 206 Scarborough, Ont. L3P 4E1
90 Fincham Ave., Markham, Ont, L3P 4E1

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