New Classic compiles a warehouse worth of retail and wholesale cookware, knives, and tableware as well as home furnishings from cabinets to chandeliers. Its expansive showroom abounds with houseware from Versace, Armani, and Swarovski to enable keeping up with the Joneses and their gold-leaf washing machine. The shop's overseas agents and buyers in Europe and Asia scout the globe to maintain a unique selection of housewares and gifts.
Helmed by trainer and exercise enthusiast Janice Nieva, Strictly Hardcore Fitness’s fleet of certified trainers utilize health science degrees to create no-nonsense exercise regimens for guests of any fitness level. The trainers lead boot camps, indoor classes, and one-on-one personal training sessions that introduce guests to effective methods for torching calories and chiselling profiles with high-energy bursts. They tailor each class to meet individual goals and abilities and can also couple the workouts with nutritional assistance designed to help guests blast through health and weight-loss plateaus made of fossilized donuts.
DivorcePlease.ca is a branch of Green City Legal Services, a Toronto based Service Office. Handling paperwork for only simple/uncontested cases for thousands of clients, Green City Legal offers a cheap alternative to paying expensive fees to law firm's for simple divorce cases.
Jeffrey D. Cowan earned his degree in law at The University of British Columbia, where he served as the senior editor of the UBC Law Review. Now the principal lawyer at Cowan Law, he draws on more than two decades of experience to assist clients with legal tasks. Drafting wills, guiding buyers through real-estate purchases, and helping businesses to obtain liquor licenses are just a few of the services in which he and his team specialize. As an added convenience, the company operates at three locations in Toronto.
Employing professional broadcast equipment, the memory restorers at Toronto Home Movies weave threadbare tapes into a sleek tapestry of digital imagery. Adept analog whisperers gently coax VHS, HI8, 8MM, Digital 8, and MiniDV ($12.50 per hour) or film ($25 for 100 ft. of 16mm film) into selflessly giving their content to the 21st century. Audio/visual virtuosos ready home videos, old movies, and public service announcement collections for transfer with a thorough cleaning and conditioning. After technicians edit out reel markers and empty frames, computers step in to scrutinize and enhance every frame for optimal colour and clarity. Customers leave with a high-quality DVD that, like every sequel ever made, is a vast improvement on the original.