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Developed by Canadians for our unique broadcast landscape, BroadView Sales is an intelligent solution designed for Canadian broadcasters’ sales and reporting needs

Toronto, ON – February, 2022 – BroadView Software, the industry-leading broadcast software tech firm focused on media management solutions is proud to announce that Blue Ant Media has adopted the full BroadView Suite of software tools, becoming the first Canadian broadcaster to implement BroadView Sales, a full featured sales tool, developed for Canadian Broadcasters, specifically for the Canadian market.

BroadView Sales is a first-in-class, web-based tool that addresses broadcasters’ growing need for a simplified, efficient and intelligent sales management toolset that supports the regulatory framework set out by the CRTC for Canadian broadcasters. Its web-based software allows for a work from anywhere approach, whether entering or editing a proposal at a local coffee shop, or posting, publishing and working on the order back at the office.

The Oakville Festivals of Film & Art (OFFA​ Online) launches its first Women’s Film Series, celebrating HER-stories every Friday in March 2021, in celebration of  International Women’s Day and #ChooseToChallenge

OFFA, the Oakville Festivals of Film and Art, is celebrating International Women’s Day all month long with the launch of the International Women’s Day (IWD) Film Series. Film buffs across the country get a front-row seat to the premieres of four movies that have been curated for this event. 

Cinephiles and film fans can purchase a discounted all-access pass or gift a night of ‘mixers, music and a movie” to a friend, family, colleague, or even a Community Hero, with partial proceeds from the sale of a full access pass being donated to the United Way Halton/Hamilton: Women United. The 2021 event supports this year’s IWD theme, #ChooseToChallenge, showcasing talented women from Canada and around the world and supporting equity and inclusion for all. 

Still Mind blog will help Canadians to quiet stress and anxiety with tools to help navigate through tough times

Registered Psychologist, and Director of the Vancouver Anxiety Clinic, Dr. Christine Korol, is now a regular contributor for Psychology Today, offering her unique perspective with tools for quieting stress and anxiety in everyday life. Already a seasoned blogger, Dr. Korol will be publishing monthly posts to her blog called ​Still Mind​ via Psychology Today’s online platform.

“I’m thrilled to announce that I am going to be a regular contributor to Psychology Today, a resource that has been at the forefront of bringing solid, scientific knowledge to the public in an age where it usually takes years to bring psychological research from the lab into practice,” says Dr. Korol. “I’ve read and shared their articles for many years and I’m thrilled to have this opportunity to offer my voice, increasing awareness of psychology and how it can help humanity.”


With a drastic decline in church attendance across the country, an estimated 9,000 churches and other religious spaces will permanently close in the next decade. But for 150-year-old St. James Anglican Church in Ingersoll, Ontario – a magnificent stone building now rebranded as The Oxford – Toronto Property Developer Apostolos Sigalas has made sure it will be respectfully repurposed instead of demolished for redevelopment.

Proof that wheat and rye are eliminated in the distilling process leaves those who are gluten-intolerant or with Celiac disease the freedom to enjoy this all-inclusive vodka brand

​BUDMO! Zirkova Vodka is proud to announce it has been officially certified by the LCBO as a gluten-free vodka even though it is made the traditional way, from wheat and rye. ​After extensive testing, gluten was not detected in the vodka, with results demonstrating the lowest possible output of less than 5PPM compared to the standard 20PPM for most gluten-free certifications.

Anaida Deti, CEO and a Registered Dental Hygienist of DentalX is excited to be taking part in a spooktaculary safe Halloween event for local ghosts and goblins

Leave it to the “Masters of Infection Control” to come up with a fun, creative and most-importantly COVID-Friendly Halloween Event sure to not only excite ​little monsters, but also help them treat – not trick – their teeth, and their health.

On Saturday October 31st the dental team at DentalX will be brewing up some Halloween spells with their socially distanced, candy-free, trick-or-treat drive thru event, from 10am-5pm at 170 Rimrock Rd Unit D-2, North York

Owner and CEO of DentalX, and registered dental hygienist, Anaida Deti, offers her tips on how your little ones can still have a spook-tacular Halloween during a scary pandemic

As the fun-filled day slowly creeps up, your little ghosts and goblins are likely eager to hit the candy jackpot, although going door-to-door the traditional way may be a little trickier for them this year with a hair-raising pandemic on the loose.

More than 350 participants came together this past weekend to support CNIB Lake Joe in an unprecedented event.

​dock​ing good time was had by all on August 15 as more than 350 ​participants, including dock hosts, guests, sponsors, donors, and volunteers came together to support CNIB Lake Joe ​at the 4th annual Lake Joe FUNdraiser event, CNIB Muskoka: Dock-to-Dock: Party with a Purpose.

This year’s CNIB Muskoka event was decidedly different as organizers planned for a reimagined gathering, one that allowed donors and friends to come together in a new way while maintaining social distancing – either virtually or in-person – by hosting their own ​docktail​ parties.

Canada’s largest Dock-to-Dock: Party with a Purpose FUNdraiser in support of CNIB Lake Joe takes place Saturday, August 15th, 2020 from 3:00pm-6:00pm

Want to become a ‘Dockstar’ for a good cause? Starting Monday, August 10th, anyone can! The Lake Joe Vision Team and Fundraising Committee is excited to officially kick off the countdown to the 4th annual Lake Joe summer event with the launch of text-to-donate in support of CNIB Lake Joe.

By texting ​DOCK to 45678 ​(carrier charges may apply) an automatic donation of $10 will be applied (an automated tax receipt will be texted as a reply) to raise funds for CNIB Lake Joe “​Wish List​” items and next season’s camp bursaries. Canada’s largest Dock-to-Dock: Party with a Purpose FUNdraiser event takes place Saturday, August 15th, 2020 from 3:00pm-6:00pm

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The Lake Joe Vision Team and Fundraising Committee invite all Canadians to join Canada’s largest Synchronized, Socially-Distanced, Muskoka Dock Party on August 15th, 2020 from 3-6pm.

Gather your closest friends, make your favourite Dockt​ail, and get ready for a docking good time as we ‘gather’ together to help raise some funds at this year’s socially-distanced, and virtual, CNIB Lake Joe ​Dock-To-Dock: Party With A Purpose FUNdraiser​.​

Having to forgo a large scale event due to COVID-19 concerns, Muskoka’s ​Party of the Year​ will look a little different; instead of 700+ attendees gathering onsite at the CNIB Lake Joe camp, donors and guests are being invited to host their own micro-Dock Party for what will likely go down in the books as Muskoka’s largest synchronized, socially-distanced, Dock Party.

Read the full MEDIA ADVISORY here

Watch our promo video here!