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We are pleased to announce the growth of the FirstOnSite leadership team in Ontario. Kim Dickson has been promoted to acting Branch Manager for Mississauga and Scarborough, Matt Brooks has been promoted to acting Branch Manager in North Bay, Melissa Lundy has been promoted to Branch Manager in London and David Goetz has returned to the organization, taking on the role of Branch Manager in Kitchener/Guelph.
We are pleased to announce our title sponsorship of the Tradeswomen Spotlight at the 2018 Trades Expo, which takes place from October 25 to 26 in Surrey, British Columbia. While at the Expo, we will be inviting jobseekers to learn about the industry and how to become a member of our growing team.
We are pleased to announce the launch of a GoFundMe campaign to help Spirit of Newfoundland, one of Newfoundland’s most renowned musical theatre and performance companies, restore their historic home, the Masonic Temple, during the industry conference in St. John’s.
While Hurricane Florence has been in the news, Atlantic Canada also had to deal with tropical depression Gordon. Major storm systems are becoming more prevalent, and can bring damaging winds, large amounts of rain and floodwaters. They can severely damage property and knock out the electrical grid. What will commercial clients do if Internet and cellular phone networks also go down?
Canada’s hurricane season spans June to November. With three storms hitting hurricane status already in 2018, with warm ocean temperatures, it’s predicted September will be the most conducive to hurricane formation.
Here are 10 ways you can minimize a hurricane’s impact on your property, whether you’re a commercial property owner, property manager or homeowner. When preparing for a hurricane, it’s essential to consider all the dangerous weather conditions a hurricane can bring.