A professional photographer by trade, Philip was a pioneer user of Photoshop (If you're old enough to laugh at this joke, this means you're over 40). Always an entrepreneur in the advertising industry - Philip started a boutique agency which specialized in Corporate Communications. Philip and Debbie were married in 2000 and became partners in both business and in life.
A passionate cottager, Philip and the family enjoy paddling, photography, hiking and swimming. You'll often find Philip attempting to do his MacGyver fixes around the property.
Philip's giveback to the community includes a decade of commitment to The First Interfaith Out of the Cold Homeless shelter as a volunteer on the Steering Committee.
YES our plastic jars are BPA-Free! Since changing our packaging from glass to BPA-free plastic we have had many inquiries about the plastic we use. Our jars are recyclable and BPA-free! The jar lids and the inner linings of the jars are #5 PP (Polypropylene) and the outer body of the jars are #6 PS (Polystyrene). It indicates Recycle #7 (other) on the bottom of our jars as there are different plastics (Polypropylene &Polystyrene) which make up .
Photo: carolina saavedra https://www.flickr.com/photos/127528419@N06/with/15359891887/ I was watching my teenage son get ready for a date the other day and I counted the number of men’s natural grooming products he was using. I guess things really don’t change – I would tell my 16 year old self not to overdo it with the hair gel! The difference is that the products I used were full of unpronounceable ingredients. The ingredients in the products my .
April is daffodil month in Canada. Yes, the flowers are starting to poke their way through the cold earth and the birds are chirping a little bit louder. But the daffodils I’m referring to are for the cancer awareness campaign run by the Canadian Cancer Society. I take time this month to reflect on friends and family who have been touched by the disease. I am also thankful for the health of myself and .