Tuesday to Saturday 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Closed Sunday and Monday
Tips for snapping the perfect shot
1. Pick a theme. You could all dress in red, make goofy faces or pose in the great outdoors.
2. Avoid harsh light (and the need for a flash) by taking pictures early in the morning or late in the afternoon.
3. Get the kids smiling by telling jokes, making silly faces or asking them to share a funny story.Type your paragraph here.
The Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) is a not for profit industry organization that oversees the responsible reuse and recycling of waste electronics through a program that includes 600 collection sites and numerous affiliate sites across the province. Each Ontario resident and business is encouraged to safely recycle their end of life electronics.
Fees are one way to fund recycling programs for the products you purchase. When you purchase an item, these fees cover the cost of making sure the electronics that no longer work or are out of use don't just end up in a landfill, but are safely and responsibly managed for both the valuable components they contain, as well as the substances of concern. In the Ontario recycling program for electronics, the up-front fee you pay when you purchase a new item is called an Environment Handling Fee, or EHF. For more information or the fee schedule, please refer to www.ontarioelectronicstewardship.ca
The internet is an big part of our lives and many of us use it everyday. Being connected increases the risk of getting a virus or malware on your computer but there are steps you can take to reduce that risk. Number one is browse safely. There are few ways of getting infected unless you click on it yourself. Avoid clicking on banners and on pop ups and never download something based on a pop up. Always go to the manufactures website to download. Never open email attachments from companies/people you don't know and beware of email attachments from companies you do know. It is a common phishing technique to mimic other companies emails. If the writing is off or it just looks different, don't open it. No company that you do business with will every email you requesting passwords or private information. Avoid all file sharing sites. These are illegal sites and loaded with viruses. Always, always run an up to date antivirus program on your computer.
What information should I store about my computer?
No one starts up their computer expecting it not to work but it can happen. If it should happen, you'll benefit from having collected and stored information about your systems. Take just 10 minutes to record this information which will save you hours of frustration in the future. For your convenience, we have created a couple of forms that you can fill in and print for your records. We recommend that you store them, along with computer repair/recovery media, in a safe and secure location.
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