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55+ Magazine

www.fifty-five-plus.com

Launched in 1988, Fifty-Five Plus is one of Ontario's largest circulation magazines catering to mature adults. The facts you want - and need - to know about everything from health and nutrition to fitness, travel and finance are offered in an attractive, easy-to-read format. You'll find news about the latest non-fiction releases and products, along with regular articles on housing, relationships and hobbies.

Every issue offers a variety of timely, inspiring stories, plus innovative special features and advertising targeted to this growing segment of the population.

Well respected and established, Fifty-Five Plus covers the topics that matter to you.

In the community, Fifty-Five Plus plays an important role in promoting a positive, active lifestyle. The magazine sponsors a wide variety of activities and events, ranging from the annual Mayor's Canada Day Breakfast to the City of Ottawa's Big Band Dances to name but a few.

On the internet, Fifty-Five Plus is committed to offering you valuable information, plus the opportunity to explore and enjoy other interesting, useful websites.


Canadian Association of Family Business

www.cafecanada.ca/ottawa

The Canadian Association of Family Enterprise (CAFE) is a not-for-profit national organization established in 1983, dedicated to promoting the well-being and understanding of families in business. There are CAFE Chapters within most major business regions, stretching from the coast of Vancouver Island to the coast of Nova Scotia.

CAFE offers an outsider's perspective and an insider's understanding of family business. CAFE's objective is to educate, inform and encourage its members in areas of unique interest to family business, through a stimulating program of activities that provide the best sources of information and professional advice available.

Interested in learning more about the dynamics of family business and how the Canadian economy is affected? Do you operate or have shares in or work in a family business? Are you a President or CEO of a family business and tend to act in isolation without adequate support? Have questions but don't know where to turn? CAFE can help.


Ottawa Chamber Of Commerce

http://www.ottawachamber.ca/

This site is designed to be the #1 directory and guide on the internet to find accurate local information about Ottawa. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, relocating, or doing research for employment, this site will help you find information you need. Chambers of Commerce, Convention and Visitors Associations and State Chambers are traditional sources of local and regional information.


Roslyn Franken

www.roslynfranken.com

The A List: 9 Guiding Principles for Healthy Eating and Positive Living

The A List book is a 221 page, no-nonsense guide to help you EAT better, FEEL better and LIVE better for a life of greater health and satisfaction.

Along with loads of practical tools and information, author Roslyn Franken shares personal insights from her own struggles with food, weight, health and self-image plus real life examples from her health and weight loss counseling clients.

With self-reflective questions in a workbook style, Roslyn helps you understand yourself better so you can make better health, food and lifestyle choices for healthy long term results.


Invest Ottawa

www.investottawa.ca

Invest Ottawa delivers economic development programs and initiatives that increase entrepreneurial momentum, wealth and jobs in the City of Ottawa and its surrounding region.

Its goal is to make Ottawa the best place in Canada to start and grow a knowledge-based business.

Invest Ottawa services include startup incubation and mentorship, acceleration for existing companies, global business attraction and local business retention, targeted sector development, commercialization, and marketing Ottawa's diversified economy and high quality of life.