58 Festivals and Events are happening on #Sunday #June 25.2017 – Have Fun!

Wildlife Rescue Exhibition

Discover compelling stories of animal rescue and restoration, the passionate people who are dedicating their lives to taking action, and the science behind their efforts – http://www.ontariosciencecentre.ca

2167: Indigenous Life in 150 Years

Indigenous filmmakers and artists imagine Indigenous life 150 years in the future in new VR projects – http://www.tiff.net/events/project-2167-vr-exhibition

50@150 Exhibition

The major exhibition features 50 Canadians who have built Canada through their ingenuity, risk-taking and will-power – http://bit.ly/2t55Nex

Another View of the Ward

Discover this lost neighborhood, once regarded as a sink of poverty, disease, crime, and vice. This harsh reputation, fueled by racism, led local politicians to raze much of the area to make way for a new City Hall and other institutional buildings. Hear the other side of the story and learn about a vibrant neighborhood and the compelling experiences of those living and working in The Ward – http://heritagetoronto.org/event/anotherview_jun25/

Blockorama

Now entering their 19th year of Blockorama, Blackness Yes! is at it again with another year, another amazing party to shut it down, and a wide range of DJs and live performers. A celebration of Black, Caribbean, and African communities, Blockorama has set the stage for one of Pride’s biggest, most well-attended, and most lively events –  http://www.pridetoronto.com/pride-month/events/blockorama/

Evergreen Brick Works Sunday Market

Sundays, your new favourite day of the week! The new Sunday Market at Evergreen Brick Works is your place to shop artisanal goods, grab a bite from the local food court, sip on organic caesars or craft brews and just enjoy relaxing in the great outdoors. Expect to find something new each week! https://www.evergreen.ca/whats-on/event/sunday-market/

Inventorium

Produced by: Ontario Science Centre

Put your creativity to the test at Inventorium, a dynamic, curiosity-driven space that encourages play, creation and collaboration – http://www.OntarioScienceCentre.ca/inventorium

LandMarks 2017/Repères2017

LandMarks 2017 is a national contemporary art project that provokes a dialogue about what we know about Canada – a collaboration between a national team of curators, artists, students, national parks and their local communities. Art will be featured in 25 national parks and historic sites throughout Canada and online at landmarks2017.ca. Specific to Toronto is the installation in Rouge Park – http://www.landmarks2017.ca

Old Chinatown Tour- Indulge in Chinese Cuisine & Culture

Explore the heart of Old Chinatown along Spadina Avenue & Dundas West on a sumptuous feast. You’ll have the opportunity to indulge in generous tastings of Dim Sum, Northern-style dumplings, hand-pulled noodles, sweet and savoury pastries, and more. Between tastings, your guide will share their expertise of Chinese customs, eclectic folklore and a brief history of the Chinese community in Toronto – http://savourtoronto.com/

ROMWalks – Whiskey, Wharf and Windmill

Walking through the Distillery district discover the commercial, industrial and residential structures built on the borders of the historic town of York that have been adapted for over the last two centuries – http://www.rom.on.ca/en/whats-on/romwalks

Toronto Argonauts Regular Season Home Games

Cheer on the Toronto Argonauts on home soil this season – vs Hamilton Tiger-Cats – https://www.argonauts.ca/

Toronto Life’s 2017 Doughnut Festival

You are invited to Toronto Life’s first-ever Doughnut festival to celebrate some of the city top doughnut makers. Prepare for the sugar rush with June doughnut rankings will be fresh and ready – http://bit.ly/2t7bWHk

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY CANADA

In celebration of the world yoga day (June 21), two famous Indian yoga gurus – yogi Baba Ramdev and rajyog meditation expert Sister Shivani of Brahma Kumaris – will lead more than 8,000 enthusiasts across the GTA in a single yoga session in Mississauga – https://www.caledonenterprise.com/events/7289141–international-yoga-day-canada/

You can find the complete list on http://bit.ly/2rMvDjk – The weather forecast – some rain, some sun, put on your shorts, your summer hat, remember to apply the sun screen lotion, grab an umbrella and most importantly enjoy your Sunday!

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Human Resources Consultant

JOB #2017-094

Employment Type: Contract – one year – 2 days per week

Job Industry: Medical

Job Location: Downtown Toronto

Our client, a Public North American Company is a leader in providing and developing medical devices. They are currently seeking a Human Resources Consultant to join their growing team. You bring with you the ability to work with the executive team as well as the development, engineering, marketing and sales team. You will perform a variety of Human Resources functions in the Canadian head office, providing Employment Relationship Services and play a key role in the recruiting process. Reporting to the CEO,

YOUR MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES ARE:

  • Act as main point of contact for all employees and management
  • Co-ordinate the hiring and recruitment process
  • Develop and maintain relationship with external recruiting resources
  • Maintain and update personnel files and records
  • Prepares and presents offers of employment
  • conducts orientation when required
  • Provides administrative support and information on corporate policies and procedures
  • Act as the liaison between all departments
  • Provides feedback to executive management as required
  • Other duties as assigned by the CEO,

YOU BRING WITH YOU:

  • 5+ years of Human Resources experience
  • Broad Human Resources skills
  • Ability to resolve issues
  • Ability to improve and implement processes
  • You are able to understand what needs to be done with minimal or no direct management
  • Strong customer relationship skills
  • Excellent communication skills

                                                                  Join the team and make a difference!

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Ready to celebrate #Father’s Day on #Sunday June 18, 2017?

Do you know the history of how Father’s Day came to be?

Grace Golden Clayton from West Virginia, was raised together with her other 5 siblings by her father after her mother passed away giving birth to her 6th sibling. On July 5, 1908, Grace asked her pastor, Dr. R. Thomas Webb, to hold a Sunday service to honor fathers. She also proposed to the Spokane Ministerial Association and the YMCA that they celebrate a “father’s day.” She chose the 5th of June because it was her father’s birthday. The idea received strong support, and the good ministers of Spokane asked that the day be changed to give them extra time to prepare sermons on the unexplored subject of fathers. The first Father’s Day in Spokane, Washington, was observed on June 19, 1910 (the third Sunday in June), and became an annual event there. Soon, other towns had their own celebrations.

In spite of widespread support, Father’s Day did not become a permanent national holiday for many years. The first bill was introduced in Congress in 1913, in spite of encouragement by President Woodrow Wilson, it did not pass. In 1966, Lyndon Johnson issued a proclamation designating the third Sunday in June to honor fathers.

Finally, in 1972, when President Richard Nixon was president, Father’s Day was signed a law declaring that it be celebrated annually on the third Sunday in June. It has been an official, permanent national holiday ever since.

There are 55 Festivals and events taking place in Toronto on Sunday, #June 18.2017 – The weather forecast for Sunday is some sun, some thunderstorms, some rain……some of these events will be in doors and some will be outdoors. Have your fun and enjoy Father’s Day!

Luminato

Toronto’s international multi-arts festival at venues across the city. Featuring Canadian and international works that explore, celebrate and respond to Toronto’s diverse and multicultural make-up, the 11th annual festival opens with Tributaries, a free, large-scale celebration of Indigenous culture in David Pecaut Square June 14; two Canadian-made world premieres; international dance and music; a packed daily schedule of performances in The Famous Spiegeltent – an ornate 1920s travelling pavilion from Belgium – and more – https://luminatofestival.com/

Wildlife Rescue Exhibition

Presented by: Ontario Science Centre

Discover compelling stories of animal rescue and restoration, the passionate people who are dedicating their lives to taking action, and the science behind their efforts – http://www.ontariosciencecentre.ca

Amanda’s Lemonade Stand – Joshified

Supported by: Peter Miller

Raising money for charities on Canada 150 through 365 lemonade stands, a Guiness world record at Downsview Park on June 18, 2017. Goal is $300,000. Several events. This is the 19th year and $210,000 was previously raised for charities. Amanda is 19 and Josh is 10 – http://amandaslemonade-events.com

Anishinaabeg: Art & Power

Supported by: Ontario Government

The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) presents Anishinaabeg: Art & Power, a celebration of the beauty, power, and passion of Indigenous art. On display in the Museum’s Third Floor Centre Block. The exhibition explores the history, traditions, and legends of the Anishinaabeg through several hundred years of their art – http://bit.ly/2sn2Rad

Bike Day at Evergreen Brick Works

Come ride with us!

Join us as we celebrate active transportation in the city with Bike Day at Evergreen Brick Works! Take part in bike lessons and clinics, an unbuild-a-bike kids workshop, a bike obstacle course, a refurbished bike sale and more – http://bit.ly/2sCaKdK

CFA Summer In The City Flute Festival

The Canadian Flute Association presents Summer In The City Flute Festival bringing together 11 worldclass flutists from 4 countries to Toronto. Sergio Pallottelli, Christine Beard, Brielle Frost, Vincenzo Volpe, Cesar Vivanco, Ayres Potthoff and Canadians Christopher Lee, Laurel Swinden, Samantha Chang and Louis Papachristos. Festival pianist Christopher Burton. Also with Sean Bellaviti piano, James Brown guitar and Rodrigo Alquati cello – http://bit.ly/2tzAyET

Canada 150 Fab Forties

Supported by: MomenTO

Join us for Todmorden Mills’ second annual Fab Forties event, enhanced to mark Canada’s 150th anniversary. Time-travel to the home front of the 1940s – transformative years for Canada and the world! Come dressed in your best rendition of early 1940s fashion and participate in our juried costume contest. Enjoy live Big Band Swing music or learn how to ‘cut a rug’ with a wartime dance lesson. Tour our historic 1940s Cottage, sample wartime ration recipes, snap a selfie in front of our 1940s photo billboards, check out our vintage vendors, play some vintage board and outdoor games or pick up a treat from selected food vendors – all in the spirit of the wartime Toronto! This event is presented as part of TO Canada with Love, the City of Toronto’s year-long program of celebrations, commemorations and exhibitions honouring Canada’s 150th birthday – http://bit.ly/2sd5HQs

Do it for Dads Walk Run

The Do it for Dads Walk Run 5km is a fun, family-friendly event, hosted on Father’s Day, that raises awareness and funds for prostate cancer research, the leading cancer affecting Canadian men and the families that love them. Facepainting, tattoos, and games are available for children. Fresh fruit, snacks, drinks and lunch are available for all registrants. Strollers and dogs (on leashes) are allowed!

Your donor dollars have an impact on research that has the greatest potential to improve prostate cancer prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, ensuring a better quality of life for survivors – http://www.doitfordads.com

Family Funday: Our Heritage

Presented by: Royal Ontario Museum

Visit our new exhibition Anishinaabeg: Art & Power which takes you on a journey through the artistic evolution of one of the most populous and diverse Indigenous communities in North America. Come along for a day of discovery packed with exciting themed experiences and hands-on activities inspired by our exhibitions and collections – http://bit.ly/2sFt72i

Father’s Day Food Tour

Presented by: Tasty Tours

If your dad loves to try new and unique foods, we have the perfect gift for Father’s Day. On our Father’s Day Food Tour, we explore the history and culture of Kensington Market while discovering some of the mouth-watering flavours Toronto has to offer. Plus, chow down on a special dish created just for the tour! – http://bit.ly/2sFj8ub

Glorious Music

Presented by: Florivox of Univox Choirs Toronto

Featuring Sneak Peek Orchestra, Florivox of Univox Choirs Toronto will pay homage to our country’s anniversary celebrations with Oscar Brand’s folk number Something to Sing About arranged by our own Joshua Tamayo and the premiere of a new piece commissioned for Florivox from internationally-renowned Canadian composer Kathleen Allan. Other works include a stunning setting of Psalm 23 by Z. Randall Stroope and Morten Lauridsen’s Dirait-On, bringing music to the words of poet Rainer Maria Rilke. A major highlight will be a performance of Vivaldi’s Gloria in its entirety, a glorious pairing of choir and orchestra. Don’t miss this musical celebration led by conductor Joshua Tamayo! Refreshments will be served at intermission. (PWYC) – http://bit.ly/2rrkowF

Journey To Conquer Cancer

Presented by: The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation

A Run or Walk 1, 3 or 5km benefitting over 60 different areas of cancer research at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, one of the top five research centres in the world. Join for an inspiring day and a walking or running tour around Queen’s Park and help raise 1 million dollars! – http://runorwalk.ca/

You can find the complete list on http://bit.ly/2sd8glt – Grab your umbrellas, have your fun and enjoy Father’s Day!

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How much does this job pay?

I came across a very interesting #LinkedIn post, which caught several thousand viewers’ attention and was accompanied by many comments. The post described a situation where a #job seeker was contacted by the #employer and was invited to a job #interview. Prior to accepting the invitation the job seeker asked the employer “how much does this job pay”? Rather than receiving a response, the employer hung up the phone. The writer believes that this is not an appropriate behavior, as he would have had to give up his personal time, travel expense and so on; hence, according to the writer the employer’s behavior was not fair. Do you agree?

I have been in the #staffing and #recruiting business for over two decades, and am familiar with both sides of the fence. A #hiring process is a two way street – there is the #candidate and there is the #hiring #manager. In this case, we only got to read candidate’s side.

Putting this aside though, it all comes down to #communications. It is not what you say, it is how you say it. The writer could have said: “thank you very much for the call Mr. Employer. I realize that your time is valuable. Prior to our interview let me share with you that I am currently earning $ per annum and am looking for $ per annum, does this fit your budget? Pending on the response, the reader could have made his decision – attend the interview or turn it down.

Bottom line: #Communications is the number one component in any discussion. Always put yourself in the place of the person you are communicating with, and prior to speaking aloud, ask yourself: “how would I react when I hear these words?” In any job opportunity – NEVER get fixated on “how much does it pay”, there are so many other factors to consider; Company, opportunity, responsibilities, location, work life balance, flexibility, training and development, promotions and so much more.

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Vice President, Finance – Two days / week

JOB #2017-093

Employment Type: Contract – Six weeks – two days per week

Job Industry: Digital Advertising

Job Location: Toronto

Our client, a project based digital marketing company is seeking an experienced Vice President of Finance to lead and manage the finance team for the next six week while they are conducting a search for a full time CFO. You bring with you the ability to lead and guide the finance department. Reporting to the President,

YOUR MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES ARE:

  • Oversee and manage the daily and month-end reporting package
  • Oversee cash flow
  • Oversee and manage receivable and payables
  • Oversee the July 31.2017 year-end statements
  • Other duties as assigned by the President

YOU BRING WITH YOU:

  • CPA, CGA, CMA, or CA designation
  • 15+ years of solid finance experience
  • Ability to lead and manage the finance team
  • Excellent attention to details
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong ability to meet all reporting dead lines

                       Join the team and make a difference!

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Manager, Financial Reporting

JOB #2017-092

Employment Type: Contract

Job Industry: Pharmaceutical

Job Location: Markham

Our client, a fast growing Canadian Pharmaceutical Public company is seeking a hands on experienced Manager of Financial Reporting to join the growing finance team. You are a “reporting gig”, hands on, independent, analytical, flexible, detailed-oriented, results driven that enjoys a fast paced environment. You bring with you the ability to meet tight deadlines and work under pressure. The main objectives of this role is to provide meaningful information to key internal and external stakeholders. Reporting to the CFO,

YOUR MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES ARE:

  • Preparation of quarterly external financial statements and MD&A
  • Preparation of required legal and regulatory financial statements and other information
  • Monthly Financial Reporting
  • Oversight and monitoring over the company’s CEO/CFO certification program
  • Support external audit requirements
  • Financial Analysis
  • Develop accounting policies and internal controls where required
  • Special project
  • Other duties as assigned by the CFO

YOU BRING WITH YOU:

  • CGA, or CMA, CA, or CPA designation
  • Minimum 8 years of accounting, controls and audit experience
  • Experience with CEO/CFO Certification process
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Excellent analytical skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to interact with all levels including senior management in a professional and collaborative manner
  • Ability to manage and motivate teams, work under pressure, and manage tight deadlines
  • Strong organizational skills, reliable, autonomous and ability to handle multiple projects
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Highly sufficient with Excel
  • Strong time management and organization skills

                                                   Join the team and make a difference!

 

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Independent? Team Work?

Controllers On Call (ConC) has and continues to have the privilege of meeting and interviewing many candidates as well as speaking with a multitude of hiring managers. It is because of ConC’s successful history that many of the encountered hiring managers have shared all that is important for them when making the final hiring decision. In order to ensure our candidate screening process is flawless we have compiled a comprehensive professional and personal questionnaire – based largely on the secrets of what hiring managers are looking for. One of these questions pertains to the candidate’s preferred working style: Independent? Team work? Combination? According the hiring managers the winning answer is: team work!

We have all heard “No man is an island” a saying which comes from a sermon by the seventeenth-century English author John Donne. It speaks to the importance of understanding that working together allows for greater success than working alone.

I have sorted through some of history’s most successful individuals outlining the importance of working as one – here is a very small sample:

  • “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller (June 27, 1880 – June 1, 1968) was an American author, political activist, and lecturer)
  • “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” – Henry Ford  (July 30, 1863 – April 7, 1947) was an American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and the sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production
  •  “Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” – Andrew Carnegie (November 25, 1835 – August 11, 1919) was a Scottish-American industrialist
  •  “The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” – Phil Jackson – (September 17, 1945 – ) is an American professional basketball executive, former coach and former player
  • “The best teamwork comes from men who are working independently toward one goal in unison.” – James Cash Penney (September 16, 1875 – February 12, 1971) was an American businessman and entrepreneur who founded the J. C. Penney stores
  • “Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life.” – Amy Poehler (September 16, 1971 – ) is an American actress, comedian, director, producer, and writer
  •  “You need to be aware of what others are doing, applaud their efforts, acknowledge their successes, and encourage them in their pursuits. When we all help one another, everybody wins.” – Jim Stovall (August 3, 1958 – ) is an American writer best known for his bestselling novel The Ultimate Gift
  • “Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.” – Ryunosuke Satoro – (March 8, 1965 – ) a Japanese scriptwriter, novelist and manga author
  • “None of us, including me, ever do great things. But we can all do small things, with great love, and together we can do something wonderful.” – Mother Teresa – (August 26, 1910 – September 5, 1997) was a Roman Catholic nun who devoted her life to serving the poor and
  • “We must all hang together or we shall hang separately” – Benjamin Franklin – (January 17, 1706 – April 17, 1790)  best known as one of the Founding Fathers who drafted the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States

Bottom Line:  Every team needs a team leader that recognizes that a team does not succeed without team work. When working together with one outcome in mind a team will achieve incredible results, as has been demonstrated over and over again in every successful industry – the best example is sports. Athletic fields that require team work will not win unless every player is a part of the team and all are playing together. When properly managed the team will maximize it strengths and talents by bringing out the best in each individual team member.

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