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Conferences, Acquisition Announcements, Client and Staff Appreciation Events, Corporate Galas, Christmas and Holiday Parties, New Product Launches, Theme Parties and Team Building Events. We also do Weddings & Social Events and are now offering Event Consultation.

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July 3, 2015

Planning Your Own Event!

Successful events start out with clearly defined objectives. They also measure the results. With budgets as tight as ever, you need to be able to support your decision to host a corporate event or conference with measurable outcomes showing a return on your event budget. We recommend that you have three written objectives for your event.

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June 26, 2015

Happy Canada Day – July 01, 2015

As we prepare for Canada Day next week on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 I am reflective of how proud I am to be a Canadian. Canada is a wonderful country to live in and better yet, a great country for a young girl to dream big.

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June 19, 2015

Celebration of Life Events!

From the Baby Boomer generation to the present, more and more people are doing it their own way. We attribute the growing demand for Celebration of Life events to the baby boomer generation’s tendency to reinvent traditions. It’s no longer about just writing an obituary and holding a memorial service or funeral.

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