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Aerial Rescue Training

“Fail to Prepare, Prepare to Fail” – Reminder from Mark Cooke at London Arborist Day, 2015

As vehicles pulled into the Talbotville Optimist Park on May 6th, 2015, they were greeted by the sight of two new stumpers, a skidder, a chipper and a shiny new 70′ aerial spider lift.

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CLC Tree Services

A Social Day

Yesterday, I spent the day in Talbotville, ON learning about aerial rescues for arborists. No, I haven’t changed my career path. I have a client who is a tree services company and they offered me the opportunity to accompany their crew on a training day. 554 more words

Writing

Be the BEST Mother of the Bride

Your daughter is engaged. Congratulations – and welcome to your new role as Mother of the Bride!

Regardless of whether you want to be involved in every aspect of helping your daughter plan her big day or prefer to let her take the lead, here are a few do’s and don’ts to help you be a fantastic Mother of the Bride: 517 more words

Wedding Tips & Trends

March Break Fun in the Region

March Break – it can be such a great time to have some fun with your family! Not going away on vacation? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered with a bunch of great activities going on in the region. 1,065 more words

Southwestern Ontario

Recent work - Bank of Canada Governor

It has been a busy few months with client work, recently was asked to photograph Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz when he spoke at Western University, Ivey School of Business.

Mark Spowart

Snow Squalls

This is why living in southwestern Ontario is a little bit crazy in the winter.

The snow was blowing wildly across the road, creating drifts well into the roadside lane and blinding us from time to time. 47 more words

Life

Playoff Time for the Norwich Merchants - A Special Team





It’s hockey play-off time in Canada and it’s Friday night.  You know what that means … (or maybe you don’t if you’re not from around these parts) there will be a hockey game somewhere to watch either live or on television.   590 more words

Southwestern Ontario