Cats are kept completely separate from dogs. Have your feline friend stay a spotlessly clean environment. Room service is included, brushing and combing, lots of TLC from our caring staff. Our feline guests can either lounge on the various comfy pillows, enjoy the view through ample windows, or take the opportunity to roam free in our unique spacious recreation area. A space filled with cat climbers, tunnels, toys, and scratching posts.
Our day spa offers a full grooming service for both dogs and cats. We are considered, “TheCat Experts” in cat grooming. In addition to stylish haircuts, for either dogs or cats, de-shedding treatment is also available to our Hotel guests or visitors to the Day Spa Lonesome Kitty and Diggity Dog Feline and Canine Day Spa & Hotel.
Pet Owner’s Choice Brands is a wholesale distributor and retailer of dietary supplements for cats and dogs. We are dedicated to the promotion of products that are natural.
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WEWednesdays! Women Empowering Women is elated to announce that due to harsh weather warnings this Winter 2016, we will be gifting our WEWomen a “Winter Break”. Yes, for the months of January and February 2017, we will be hosting our Mystery Speakers and Featured Businesses online only. Team WE will create Event Pages and will be showcasing both features on our website and throughout our social media. APPLY TODAY – EMAIL: email@example.com
*All physical events will start again in March 2017.
With our deepest Gratitude for all our wonderfully empowering WEWomen that attend our meetings on Wednesday evenings, we offer you a break from trudging through harsh weather mid-week. Winter is a great time to spend with family, catch up on household duties, catch up on paperwork such as preparing for Tax Time, etc. To all our Snow Birds, please enjoy safe travels south this winter and join us again in the Spring!
WEWednesdays! Women Empowering Women gifts this break to our women as our token of appreciation to YOU and sends our blessings that each and every WEWoman enjoys a safe and healthy Winter Season.
APPLICATIONS for our SPRING 2017 events are being accepted now.
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MYSTERY SPEAKERS – FEATURED BUSINESS
March 1 – Mississauga
March 8 – Toronto
March 22 – Pickering *Date change honoring March Break (March 13-17, 2017) for our children.
March 22 – Barrie
March 29 – Thornhill
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HOLIDAY PARTY and will now be INCLUDING DINNER.
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Mesclun baby greens
Dressed in balsamic and garnished with walnuts and grape cherry tomatoes
Grilled Veal Striploin
Served with grainy Dijon mustard and natural reduction
Baked Atlantic Salmon
with citrus beurre blanc
blended with spinach and fresh herb
coffee or tea AND 1 glass of house wine: red or white included, if desired.
DESSERTS/SWEETS will be provided by our Amazing pasterrie: Featured Business : Fernanda Motto
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“CELEBRATE, CO-CREATE & COLLABORATE” – DEC 2
>>> WEWomen work diligently all year long, and this night will be focused on ‘just having FUN’, celebrating our milestones of this last year with heart-felt sharing, great food, sweet treats and prizes …
The S.A.F.E Program ( Safety, Awareness, Freedom & Empowerment ) will work towards violence prevention, awareness and safety measures for abused women and youth-at-risk. Participants will be provided with personal safety support and involve various streams of service, including:
– Providing safety support for participants who require accompaniment during court appointments where they may encounter their abuser, including before, during and after court. – Providing assistance in devising a personal safety plan for residents in-house – Provide safety planning services for abuse survivors in their neighbourhood and residence, as they transition out of violent homes. This service would include: recommendations for being aware and alert of their surroundings and a thorough inspection of their new residence to allow for best guidance around safety proofing the home. – Providing self-defense workshops for abused women in shelters and violence against women prevention organizations. – Providing self-defense and positive empowerment workshops for youth-at-risk who are victims of violence or at-risk of perpetrating violence.
Dr. Roz’s Healing Place (DRHP) is a not-for-profit charitable organization that has been in operation since 1981, with a structural re-build and name change in 2004. DRHP provides emergency crisis and care to women, children and youth emerging from abusive relationships access to a safe living environment conducive to healing and wellness. This facility helps them to recover from violence and trauma through an integrative and holistic approach.
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Randi Goodman, author and publisher of an amazing book titled: Empowering Women to Succeed was LIVE last night at the 1st Annual SUMMER CRUISE hosted by WEWednesdays! Women Empowering Women. Excited to share her Success, Randi carried with her copies of her new book, for all the purchase.
If you missed Randi last night, please feel welcome to purchase your copy HERE. Anyone wishing to have your copy personally signed by Randi or any of the authors, please COMMENT BELOW after you have ordered your personal copy and arrangements can be made, especially for YOU!
Immerse yourself in the most emotionally raw, powerfully compelling stories of those on the journey of women’s empowerment. These tenacious individuals have faced life-altering challenges and changes, and it’s all captured lyrically and beautifully in the pages within Empowering Women to Succeed.
This book is a compilation of stories from 15 real women, and one real man, who have experienced life’s triumphs and hardships, and had the resolute perseverance to achieve profound personal and professional success—each with a distinct definition of what it means to succeed.
The authors navigate all-important themes that many women face: love and loss, health and family matters, spirituality and divine guidance, financial freedom, personal and professional success, and discovering balance in between.
The pages in this book are so detailed and heartfelt, you will feel as though you have embarked on the authors’ journeys yourselves. These women’s—and one man’s—stories will motivate you, inspire you and uplift you on your path of empowerment, in elevating all women, and men, to succeed.
This Book will change the way people use their past to enhance their future. Empowering Women to Succeed will provide the reader with real stories of women who were able to overcome hurdles and make decisions to use those challenges to overcome.
Everyone should have a copy of this book.
Stay tuned for the launch of this literature that will change lives.
Empowering Women to Succeed: Tough Times Don’t Last But Tough Women Do
WEWednesdays! mission is to assist women to Build Business Brands!
WEWednesdays! is an open forum for Women to Speak Out Loud.
WEWednesdays! offers a platform for all women to share Their Story!
WEWednesdays! will always promote a ‘mystery speaker guest’ and does not market by Head Liner. WE promotes Equality of Women Among Women.
All Women have a Story, one from which all other women can enjoy, grow and learn from .. don’t you agree?
WEWednesdays! is the first platform to celebrate all Women offering the format of “Open Mike Night” (or … as WE likes to say: ‘Open Michelle Night” ) enabling any and all women in our audiences to Step Up and Take the Floor when so inspired to do so …
WEWednesdays! will maintain a format of 1.5 hours of speaking at a maximum so the rest of the evening is open for celebration & networking!!!
WEWednesdays! will always include a drink and hors d’oeurves in her ticket.
WEWednesdays! accepts all applications to participate in our Surprise Speaker series, and also receives applications HERE.
WEWednesdays! welcomes all to attend our events, including the male version.
WEWednesdays! is elated to be here to assist YOU to Build Your Brand!
WEWednesdays! hosts our events by City, with each one hosting a minimum of once a month!
WEWednesdays! takes the “I” out of the workplace, creating the “WE” through promoting collaboration among all women!
Are you a Woman Leader author, businesswoman, coach, comedienne, creator, dancer, designer, doctor, entrepreneur, facilitator, feng shui guru, holistic specialist, intuitive, juggler, karate master, lover, loafer, mother, nutritionist, philanthropist, research analyst, BE the super star …???
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Performs soprano, alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones, clarinet, flute, keys, keytar, percussion, and vocals.
-Repertoire is extensive in all styles
-Began studying piano at age 4.
– At age 19 – toured with rock band “Exodus”.
-Studied saxophone, clarinet, and flute with Ed Sossin of Humber College; Frank Uhran who specialized in sound production; Pat LaBarbara, Canada’s “Father of Jazz”: Vern Dorge of “Blood Sweat and Tears”; and Steve Lederer, formerly of Woody Herman’s Big Band. Played with Lorne Loskey and Oscar Peterson. Also studied flute with Barb Ackerman of the Toronto Pops Orchestra and Virginia Markson.
-Graduated Humber College, York University (Music/History), and received a Bachelor of Education (Music/History) from the University of Toronto.
-Styles performed include Jazz, Classical, Rock, Pop, Blues, Funk, Rhythm and Blues, Soul, Gospel, BeBop, Fusion, Modal, Motown, and Swing.
-Wrote, scored, and produced two movie soundtracks: “Mirrors” and “Barred” and continues to record on other artists’ CDs in studios across Canada.
-Performed with a plethora of well-known bands and musicians on the jazz, blues, and rock circuits across Canada, as well as the corporate and wedding circuits
-Produced a pop CD of original songs “A Word Says A Thousand Pictures”
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Abetalipoproteinemia is an inherited disorder that affects the absorption of dietary fats, cholesterol, and fat-soluble vitamins. People affected by this disorder are not able to make certain lipoproteins, which are particles that carry fats and fat-like substances (such as cholesterol) in the blood. Specifically, people with abetalipoproteinemia are missing a group of lipoproteins called beta-lipoproteins.
An inability to make beta-lipoproteins causes severely reduced absorption (malabsorption) of dietary fats and fat-soluble vitamins (vitamins A, D, E, and K) from the digestive tract into the bloodstream. Sufficient levels of fats, cholesterol, and vitamins are necessary for normal growth, development, and maintenance of the body’s cells and tissues, particularly nerve cells and tissues in the eye.
The signs and symptoms of abetalipoproteinemia appear in the first few months of life. They can include failure to gain weight and grow at the expected rate (failure to thrive); diarrhea; abnormal star-shaped red blood cells (acanthocytosis); and fatty, foul-smelling stools (steatorrhea). Other features of this disorder may develop later in childhood and often impair the function of the nervous system. Disturbances in nerve function may cause affected people to eventually develop poor muscle coordination and difficulty with balance and movement (ataxia). Individuals with this condition may also develop an eye disorder called retinitis pigmentosa, in which progressive degeneration of the light-sensitive layer (retina) at the back of the eye can cause vision loss. Adults in their thirties or forties may have increasing difficulty with balance and walking. Many of the signs and symptoms of abetalipoproteinemia result from a severe vitamin deficiency, especially a deficiency of vitamin E.
How common is abetalipoproteinemia?
Abetalipoproteinemia is a rare disorder with approximately 100 cases described worldwide.
What genes are related to abetalipoproteinemia?
Mutations in the MTTP gene cause abetalipoproteinemia. The MTTP gene provides instructions for making a protein called microsomal triglyceride transfer protein, which is essential for creating beta-lipoproteins. These lipoproteins are necessary for the absorption of fats, cholesterol, and fat-soluble vitamins from the diet and the efficient transport of these substances in the bloodstream. Most of the mutations in the MTTP gene lead to the production of an abnormally short microsomal triglyceride transfer protein, which prevents the normal creation of beta-lipoproteins in the body. A lack of beta-lipoproteins causes the nutritional and neurological problems seen in people with abetalipoproteinemia. Read more about the MTTP gene.
How do people inherit abetalipoproteinemia?
This condition is inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern, which means both copies of the gene in each cell have mutations. The parents of an individual with an autosomal recessive condition each carry one copy of the mutated gene, but they typically do not show signs and symptoms of the condition.