A reminder that Seniors eligible for the one-time tax-free payment from the Government of Canada should receive their payments beginning this week. The payment will be made to your bank account if you are enrolled for Direct Deposit. If you are not enrolled for Direct Deposit, you will receive a cheque in the mail.
If you haven’t tried Warby Parker out yet, you’re probably overpaying for your glasses and missing out on some pretty cool frames. Warby Parker was founded in 2010 by Wharton School students who noticed that most of the “designer” glasses are simply licensed to a few giant eyewear companies and sold in bulk to optical shops. They realized that if they cut out the middle man by designing their own glasses and selling them online, they could pass on huge savings to the customer.
Glasses start at only $150 including frames, lenses & free shipping to your home. If lenses are scratched within a year, they will replace them for free. They even have a fun virtual try-on app and a no questions asked free return policy. What’s even better is that Warby Parker is also firmly committed to social good, including donating personal protective equipment to healthcare workers and supplies to communities in need.
Visit their website to see all the latest styles in sunglasses and eyeglasses.
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5 Minute Crafts is a popular YouTube Channel dedicated to ingenious hacks, diy-projects and fun crafts to do at home.
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Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti with join Global News Radio at 10:00am to discuss his move to make masks mandatory.
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The Ontario government has announced an expansion of online and virtual mental health supports, including BounceBack, to help Ontarians navigating the difficult realities in the wake of COVID-19.
BounceBack is a free, guided self-help program that’s effective in helping people aged 15 and up who are experiencing mild-to-moderate anxiety or depression, or may be feeling low, stressed, worried, irritable or angry.
Participants receive telephone coaching, skill-building workbooks and online videos to help them overcome these symptoms and gain new skills to regain positive mental health. To receive telephone coaching support, clients must either be referred by their primary care provider (family doctor, nurse practitioner) or psychiatrist, or they may self-refer as long as they’re connected with a primary care provider. For those who are not quite ready for coaching, our online videos can provide helpful tips.
BounceBack is not a crisis service, psychotherapy or counselling, but a life-skills program that participants work with to develop coping techniques so they can overcome challenges now or in the future. Typically, participants take three to six months to complete the program.