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F E A T U R E S
★ C l o c k ★
- Elegantly minimalist
- 12 or 24 hour format
- Date display
- Current weather display based on your location
- Temperature display as CELSIUS/FAHRENHEIT
- Keep screen display ON/OFF
- Disable screen lock ON/OFF
★ A l a r m ★
- Select your song as alarm
- Select your ringtone as an alarm
- Select your video as an alarm
- Big Stop Alarm buttons
- Multiple alarms supported
- Snooze ON/OFF
- Snooze time customizable
- Alarm works even if screen is locked or Android is in silent mode
- Repeat alarm by days of week
- Custom name your alarms
- Set alarm as ACTIVE / INACTIVE
★ I n s p i r e ★
- Inspirational quote on launch
- Inspirational audio quote after alarm is stopped to get you stoked for the day
- Inspirational audio quote ON/OFF
★ T i p s ★
- Double-tap clock to dim the screen, single tap to un-dim
- Touch screen to snooze
- Touch alarm icon on alarms list to quickly activate or turn off an alarm
- Alarm List and Settings are available via the menu / action button
If you encounter any issues, have new feature suggestions, or new inspirational quote ideas - please send an email to email@example.com. If you want to have your voice appear in a future version of the app, send us your inspirational quote in an .mp3 file (clean quotes only please!).
- List of City operated parks, sports fields and community centres, including where to find baseball diamonds, splash pads, skating rinks, etc.
- Information about Markham’s award-winning waste diversion program, including waste schedules and sorting information
- Information on world-class shows and exhibits coming to Flato Markham Theatre, Markham Museum and the Varley Art Gallery
- Current version of our quarterly community magazine, Markham Life, including community program listings and registration information
- Integration with our YouTube, Facebook and Twitter channels
If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The latest news from St. Laurent—new store openings, new services. Be the first to know.
Keep in touch while you’re at the mall. Share via Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and more.
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A complete list of stores. An easy sort feature will help you plan your visit.
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How can we help? Strollers, wheelchairs, directions, and more.
Movie listings so you can plan your day—and night.
No need to rush—find out when we’re open and when we’re not.
Check your St. Laurent gift card balance via the app—one size fits all!
Hot gift trends and where to find them.
Keep track of the things you love, great ideas, and the deals you don’t want to miss—and store them away for later.
The most up-to-date job listings for the mall.
- Dynamic countdown clock to Election Day on October 21
- Find out if you are an eligible elector, where and how you can vote on election day or during the advance vote
- Thinking of running as a Candidate? Get informed on running for office, finances, and other important information.
- View candidate information by Ward for Mayor, Councillors, Public School Board Trustees and Catholic School Board Trustees
- Detailed information is also available for: voting day, voting FAQ, advance vote, ID requirements,
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- Dynamic search function to help you find what you are looking for
- Keep a favourites list of information that is important to you!
- Stay connected with the election while on the go with the latest news, election results and social media updates
PTSD, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse are all types of operational stress injuries (OSI). Canadian veterans and RCMP need to know that OSI Clinics across Canada specialize in treating these conditions that come from combat, grief, high stress situations or operational fatigue. We are here to help you and your family.
Recognizing that you need help, and getting the help you need, takes real courage.
Check out the details to start feeling better soon.
An operational stress injury (OSI) is any persistent psychological difficulty resulting from operational duties performed during military or RCMP service. It includes a range of health problems such as anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, substance use and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as well as other conditions that may be less severe, but still interfere with daily functioning.
Many experiences can cause operational stress. Although active combat is certainly one of them, there are many other events that are part of the risk of serving in the military or RCMP that can cause such injuries. Taking part in search-and-rescue operations, being involved in a training accident, handling injured bodies, witnessing civilian atrocities or being involved in civilian disaster aid can all cause moderate to severe stress reactions. When these experiences interfere with a person's life, the result is an operational stress injury.
An OSI can affect others in the person's life, leading to marital and family problems. OSIs can also produce physical symptoms such as stomach upset, headaches, and sleep problems, and they can make chronic pain problems worse.
Canada has a network of specialized clinics designed to successfully treat operational stress injuries of veterans and RCMP. The clinics are committed to four key areas - assessment, treatment, networking and research in its efforts to understand and successfully treat clients and their families who have operational stress injuries.
Each clinic has a dedicated professional team that includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, mental health nurses, and other specialized clinicians. They use their knowledge of the military and police cultures to develop personalized treatment plans in collaboration with each client. The spouse and close family members can also be involved in the treatment process.
Through this specialized treatment, clients address difficulties, develop treatment objectives, find resources, and improve their quality of life. While continuing to live in their community, clients attend periodic appointments at the OSI clinic except for the residential and inpatient stabilization treatment programs.
In addition to clinical assessment, clients are offered a variety of treatment options including individual therapies, group sessions, psycho-education sessions and access to other resources. Clients may be referred to an addiction treatment centre for specialized counselling services if alcohol dependency, substance abuse, or gambling difficulties require more intensive treatment.
Clients must be referred to one of the OSI Clinics by Veteran Affairs Canada, Canadian Forces or RCMP.
Regular and Reserve Members of Canadian Forces: Speak with your Medical Officer or Social Worker on the Base to discuss your concern.
Current members of the RCMP: Speak with your Health Services Officer or RCMP Psychologist.
Retired Canadian Forces or retired RCMP: Speak with Veterans Affairs Canada National Client Contact Centre at: English: 1-866-522-2122 French: 1-866-522-2022
To talk to a Peer Support Coordinator, call the Operational Stress Injury Social Support (OSISS) Program at 1-800-883-6094
- Dog Parks, Emergency Veterinarian and Low Cost Clinics with Apple Map Integration
- Impounded animals
- Spay/Neuter information, assistance and locations
- Dog Training Classes
2012 MISA Security Conference
October 21-23 2012
The MISA Ontario Security Conference will be an informative and interesting forum to discuss the issues and latest security trends. Meet with colleagues and subject experts as they talk about the strategies that will help prepare your organization for the opportunities and challenges that lay ahead.
The City of Barrie is pleased to be the host municipality for the 2012 MISA Ontario Security Conference, being held from October 21-23, 2012 at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Conference Centre in Barrie, Ontario.
The theme for the 2012 Security Conference, "Security in a Mobile Workforce" will appeal to all municipalities planning for and dealing with increased security challenges related to the mobile workforce. To learn about this upcoming conference, please explore the links on the right.
This app features conference schedule, agenda, speaker information, delegate information and the latest announcements.
“You can prevent violence before it starts“
The R.I.S.E. app (part of the Safer Campuses project) is an app created to give you ideas about how you can prevent and respond to sexual assault and intimate partner violence within campus and community settings.
Here’s how it works:
• Intervene: You’re out and about on campus. You identify and witness an incident of sexual violence but you’re unsure of what to do! Depending on where you are you can click on different campus settings that will upload a database of possible situations and tips for interventions & support!
• Support: In just one click you have access to an extensive resource database and GPS locations of support and safety services near you!
• Community: What are your priorities? The community button allows users to share their voice and inputs on issues and questions that matter to them!
• It also includes tools, educational information, and resources for supporting your friends and loved ones who are dealing with incidents of gender-based violence.
• R.I.S.E. is free and it’s bilingual (Francais et Anglais)
Of course, this app doesn’t have all of the answers and doesn’t include all of the complexities of sexual violence and gender-based violence on campuses. However, this app can help you understand how other people have responded to this issue on our campuses, where they have found support and how we can all move forward together.
R.I.S.E. is a project of OCTEVAW (Ottawa Coalition to End Violence Against Women) a community organization based in Ottawa, Ontario (Canada). The R.I.S.E. app has been designed in partnership with the Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre (ORCC). And thanks to Cinnamon Toast New Media for the awesome design work on this app!
This project is unique in that it has seen all four campuses in Ottawa join together to create partnerships and vision for the forward momentum of this project and ending violence against women on campuses. We would like to thank the University of Ottawa, Algonquin College, Carleton University, and La Cité Collégiale.
We would also like to thank and acknowledge all of our campus partners, community partners, research respondents, volunteers, steering committees, and members for their continued involvement and passion of this project and the issue of ending violence against women. Funding for the Preventing Violence Against Women on Campuses Project and the Rise Project has been provided by Status of Women Canada.
· Who Can Vote? Find out if you are an eligible voter.
· Where Do I Vote? Find out where you can vote on election day or during the advance vote. Enter your address to find out where you can vote.
· ID Requirements – Detailed information provided on Voter ID requirements.
· Legislation – View applicable election legislation.
· Voting FAQ – Detailed information on commonly asked questions.
· Advance Voting – Find out about advance voting opportunities and locations.
· Candidate Listing -- View candidate information for Mayor, Councillors and School Board Trustees.
· For Candidates - Thinking of running as a Candidate? Get informed on running for office, finances, and other important information.
· Maps of Winnipeg – View Winnipeg and School Board maps.
· Work the Election – Learn about opportunities to assist in election work
· Contact – Have a question? Contact the Election Office.
· Official Results – View results on election night.
· Stay connected with the election while on the go with the latest news, election results and social media updates.