Vol 2, #38, September 21, 2010
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TD Waterhouse brings the trading
markets of the world online

Introducing Canada's first major bank-backed online global trading service

TD Waterhouse Discount Brokerage has introduced Global Trading, the first platform of its kind in Canada. Global Trading provides direct online access to exchanges in 10 countries, allowing investors...bulletRead More

With Global Trading, the trading floors
of the world are just a click away
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Clearlycontacts.ca says SM inspired new product
Introduces new lenses due to online feedback
ClearlyContacts.ca, largest online retailer in Canada , has just introduced a new line of Transitions progressive lenses for customers who want to have a... bulletRead More

Holocaust survivor shares her story on Twitter
97-year-old survivor embracing social media
The Holocaust is as relevant today as it was over 65 years ago: that is the message of the 97-year-old Holocaust survivor whose memoir is being shared...bulletRead More
Web-Ciné 360 expands into English market
Extends online marketing strategies
Telefilm extends Web-Ciné 360 to the English-language market for the implementation of online marketing strategies for Canadian films.
Telefilm Canada is has announced that Web-Ciné 360, a pilot initiative that aims to encourage the incorporation of online marketing and use of social media tool in distribution business practices for Canadian films well ahead of their release, will hence...
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LCBO hosts virtual wine tastings via webcast
Events part of goLOCAL Ontario wine promotion
LCBO invites customers to discover the wines that Ontario excels at producing during three virtual wine tastings to be webcast on September 22, 29 and October 6 at 7:00 p.m. at www.lcbogolocal.com. Wine enthusiasts and novices alike are encouraged to log on as LCBO wine experts Laura Ruffolo and Michael Fagan, taste and compare notes on four different cool-climate wines each week, alongside an intimate...bulletRead More

Bay Street law firm launches social media campaign
Aims to attract
Gen Y law students
Toronto law firm Thomson, Rogers is reaching the next generation of lawyers in a way they can relate to – with social networking initiatives like YouTube videos, and through Twitter. The first two videos in a four-part series targeting law students and potential clients have been posted online just as Canadian law students are heading back to school.
“Video is part of the evolving web world for law firm marketing, and...bulletRead More

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