Featured Service: Commercial Hardware

(October 10, 2015) When it comes to your businesses door hardware needs, The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA), recommend two classifications of door hardware: Grade 1 and Grade 2.

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Did you change the locks on your new home when you first moved in?  - This is a basic security solution that many people overlook, often to their loss. Share your thoughts in our Forum.

OPP focusing on seatbelt enforcement this holiday weekend


Primrose, ON (OPP – Dufferin Detachment) The Dufferin Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police are participating in Operation Impact this Thanksgiving Holiday weekend. They will be focusing on enforcement of speeding, aggressive drivers impaired and distracted driving.

Earning your trust

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Orangeville, ON (JamesDoan) A certain relationship exists between people in the business of security. Whether in the manufacturing sector or the service sector, persons in the security business are friendly, interesting and never boring to talk to.

Guidelines to help you paint a model figure


Orangeville, ON (James Doan) It has been a long time since I built a model car, airplane or military vehicle. For over thirty years, my interest has been exclusively working with miniature figures. And I don’t get upset if you call them toy soldiers!

Perfecting pet health


Orangeville, ON (James Doan) Balance is an important part of leading a healthy fulfilled life and it’s just as important for our pets. To help make nutritious choices on behalf of our pets, here are some tips from celebrity dog trainer Harrison Forbes.

Locks are not just for honest people


Orangeville, ON (Harold Doan and Sons Ltd.) How many times have you heard someone say: “Locks are for honest people.” And, it’s amazing how many people fall prey to the idea that if the bad guys want in badly enough, there’s nothing that you can do about it. That’s where you can call upon us to clarify your choices.

Mono Community Policing Column (October 2015)


Town of Mono, ON (Don Butt) The subject for this month is the new changes to the Highway Traffic Act. Most of these are increases in the fines for various offenses. The new legislation is Bill 31 or the Making Ontario Roads Safer Act.

Closing up the cottage


Primrose, ON (OPP – Dufferin Detachment) It’s autumn and the time has arrived for all property owners to start considering the closure and winterizing of their cottages.

Cottages and summer homes are most vulnerable to thieves from the week following Thanksgiving to the weeks prior to Victoria Day, especially if the owners are not using them for fall, winter or spring getaways.

Effective offline marketing strategies


Orangeville, ON (James Doan) The essence of business is to sell products or services. A product or a service is conceptualized because there is a market for it. This can either be existing or potential market. With competition real tough these days, companies are in the lookout for effective offline marketing strategies. For marketing to be effective, different strategies for each marketing component should be implemented.