Friday, 29 July 2016

Skinvisible Launches DermSafe in Canada

Skinvisible Launches DermSafe in Canada and Donates Product to the
 Canadian Olympic
Foundation to Support Team Canada at the Olympic Games in Rio 

Protection is on its Way for Canadian Athletes 

Las Vegas, NV- July, 2016 - Skinvisible Inc., (OTCQB: SKVI), through its
subsidiary Kintari Canada Inc., is proud to announce it is has
 made a donation of
DermSafe®, its non-alcohol hand sanitizer lotion, to the 
Canadian Olympic Foundation
offering protection for Canada's athletes during the upcoming 
Olympic Games in Rio.
This coincides with Kintari's launch of DermSafe in Canada.

DermSafe will be distributed to all Canadian athletes and coaches 
in Rio. Ken Dool,
High Performance Director of Sail Canada expressed the importance
 of the product:

"DermSafe gives both the Canadian Sailing Team athletes and coaches
 confidence that
we can safely approach both training and competition days with the
 knowledge that we
are protected against environmental concerns arising from water
 quality. The product
has proven to be exceptional under the rigours of training in Rio: 
 to date both
athletes and coaches have felt confident and protected, while
 having no side effects
for either product use or the constant exposure to Rio's water quality. 
Sail Canada
thanks KINTARI, the producers of DermSafe for supporting our 
efforts in preparing to
take on the world at the forth coming competitions in Rio." 

DermSafe is uniquely different than other hand sanitizers. 
 It acts as a
long-lasting protective barrier binding to the skin while 
actively combating the
spread of germs between people and hard surfaces, or in this 
case infected water. 
It is a non-alcohol lotion made with 4% chlorhexidine gluconate 
(CHG), an ingredient
which has demonstrated long-term persistence in its ability to 
kill both
gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria and viruses.  DermSafe
 has been
successfully tested against a host of infectious germs including
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and 
Escherichia coli (E. coli).

"We were shocked to read that athletes were using alcohol hand 
sanitizer over their
bodies after they came out of the water in Guanabara Bay to kill
 any germs that may
be on their skin. Kintari wanted to help so we pledged a donation 
of DermSafe for
all Canadian athletes, coaches and support staff." said Terry Howlett,
 President of
Kintari.  "Kintari is proud to be involved and hopes that this 
contribution will
help Canadian athletes in their quest for gold!"

Kintari thanks the Canadian Olympic Foundation's airline partner
 Air Canada for
their support in shipping the product to Rio.  For more information
 and how to
purchase DermSafe PC contact Kintari at 
( )
or call toll free 1-844-KINTARI. 

DermSafe will also be available online in August at ( ) select CANADA.

About Skinvisible Pharmaceuticals, IncSkinvisible Pharmaceuticals 
is a
research-and-development company that licenses its proprietary 
formulations made
with Invisicare, its patented polymer delivery system that offers
management and unique enhancements for topically delivered products.
holds active ingredients on the skin for extended periods of time 
resisting both
wash off and perspiration along with controlling the release of
 actives and reducing
skin irritation. Skinvisible's value also lies in its ability to
generate new IP on topical products formulated with Invisicare. ( )  , ( ), ( )

Monday, 25 July 2016

#CampNotCancer Campaign Launched

Great Blue Resorts and Pickle Barrel Restaurants raising funds to send kids to Camp Oochigeas

TORONTO, ON (July 20, 2016) — Great Blue Resorts and Pickle Barrel Restaurants have partnered to create a summer-long, online campaign, #CampNotCancer, to raise funds for, and to increase awareness about,  Camp Oochigeas, the camp for kids with and affected by childhood cancer.

Guests are invited to complete the activities page on the back of Pickle Barrel’s children’s menu and then snap a photo holding the menu and post it online with the hashtag, #CampNotCancer, which will enter them in a contest to win one of three Great Blue Resorts (GBR) three-night getaways.

There are more ways to give and to win: Please visit to learn more about Camp Ooch and make an online donation. Gifts of $5 or more will be automatically entered to win a seven-night getaway at any GBR location, plus a family feast at a Pickle Barrel Restaurant. A $5 donation will also earn 10 per cent off the cost of any reservation; 15 per cent off for donations of $100 or more.

For more information, please visit

About Camp OOCH

Founded in 1983, Camp Oochigeas (Ooch) has been providing magical camp experiences for children with and affected by childhood cancer. Camp Ooch is much more than a summer camp. Ooch is the only overnight camp in Ontario to offer onsite IV chemotherapy treatment and blood transfusions. Camp Ooch also offers year-round programs for children with and affected by childhood cancer in Muskoka, at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), various other paediatric hospitals, regional healthcare centres, and Ooch Downtown in the heart of Toronto. Through these programs, Camp Oochigeas provides fun and meaningful experiences to approximately 1,200 children with and affected by childhood cancer each year, at no cost to their families. Free to families, Camp Ooch is made possible by the generous support of donors and volunteers.
Visit for more information or join the online community on Facebook at Twitter @CampOoch and Instagram @campoochigeas

About Great Blue Resorts:
Great Blue Resorts fills the void that exists in the Ontario Cottage and Vacation Home market place by providing family friendly resorts in great locations. With 7 locations in Kawartha, Prince Edward County, Muskoka, Perth, and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Great Blue Resorts offers quality products and services all for a reasonable price to both cottage owners and resort guests. 


For more information, please contact:

63 Church Street, Suite 203 | St. Catharines, ON, Canada | L2R 3C4 Direct905.346.1230  Cell: 905.650.4027  F: 905.682.7481E:

Thursday, 7 July 2016

Montgomery’s Inn Art Exhibition Series

Current and Upcoming Shows:
Summer 2016
  • Community Room: Intrinsic Toronto by  (June 30 to August 3): Paintings by national award-winning Toronto artist Andrew Bonnycastle. This exhibit focuses on how the old and historic buildings of Toronto are an intrinsic part of our city and how our present communities have formed around them. This is an exhibition where art and history go hand in hand to explore the relationship between present day Torontonians and the remaining structural remnants of Toronto’s past. Opening reception: Thursday, June 30, 7 to 9 p.m. Andrew will also be on hand on July 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. to discuss his works during Tea Time at the Inn.
  • Briarly Room: In Celebration of Pride Month: Worn With Pride exhibit (June 30 to July 24): Worn With Pride showcases artifacts from the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, including t-shirts, posters and pins from across Canada. Opening reception: Thursday, June 30 with a one-night community pop-up museum. Wear a t-shirt or bring a flag that has meaning to you, and help us bring back memories, inspire stories and spur conversations. Guided tours July 10 and 17.
  • Briarly Room: Hooked Rugs – Not to be Stepped On, the work of Carole St Amand (July 28 to August 24): An exhibit that shows a centuries-old craft adapted to create modern and vibrant works of art, no longer for covering floors, but to be displayed on walls like any fine painting. Carole St-Amand designs and makes each piece by hand, using a hook as a paintbrush, wool as her paint and linen as the canvas. Imagination… the only limitation.
The galleries are open during regular office hours. For viewing information, call 416-394-8113.
Admission: Free

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Market Days at Montgomery’s Inn

Market Days at Montgomery’s Inn

Every Wednesday, 2 to 6 p.m.
We’re outdoors untillate October! Get your fresh-baked bread, Nith Valley Organics produce, Monforte Cheese, Green Gate meat and sausages, Samsara produce, Spade and Spoon preserves, More Than Pies sweets, Bees’ Universe honey and eggs and other treats while you soak up the sun. Have a tour of the museum on us; it’s free on Wednesdays during market hours.

Visit our Market page for news and a complete list of vendors.

Monday, 4 July 2016

everydayliving®: GoodLife Fitness encourages Teens coast-to-coast

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GoodLife Fitness encourages Teens coast-to-coast to get active with free membership

Now in its sixth year the Teen Fitness Program is helping over 70,000 teens get fit

 This summer marks the sixth annual free Teen Fitness program hosted 
by GoodLife Fitness. The program, running from July 4 - September 4, offers youth
 ages 12-17 complimentary access to GoodLife Fitness clubs coast-to-coast.

“Our purpose is to provide all Canadians with the opportunity to live a fit and healthy