PTBOCanada is delighted to to be running StooNews columns each week here, spotlighting new businesses and startups in Peterborough and the Kawarthas. Here is this week’s edition…
Dr. Ange Wellman is a local Chiropractor who recently set up shop in the Core Chiropractic Offices at 315 King Street. Dr. Wellman uses gentle chiropractic adjustments for men, women and children utilizing state-of-the-art, scanning technology to determine how well you’re adapting to the stresses in your life, if your “gas pedal is always on”, and if you are burning yourself out physiologically. The adjustment, typically using a torque release tool, focuses on releasing tension in the spine and balancing the nervous systems. Check out the informative website at drangewellman.com.
Dr. Ange Wellman
Shaw Computer Systems recently relocated, underwent a rebrand, introduced a new website, and introduced some new services! Their new location is 236 King Street in the AON City Centre Building, and the website includes the ability to register and pay for online training, a new blog, customer portal and more. New services include a help desk service, remote login software, cloud workstation and server backup, document sharing, a password manager, monitoring and managed IT services, security, training and lots more.
Congratulations to Donna Floyd of Cottage Toys, who recently celebrated 30 years in business. Serious about fun! Check out cottagetoys.ca for info about their locations.
A cool story from GardaWorld Peterborough. One of their security guards, Mike Post, is a strong supporter of the local chapter of the Canadian Mental Health Association, and with the help of GardaWorld he managed to make a donation to the recent Ride Don’t Hide event of more than $10,000! Mike was awarded the “Champion of Mental Health Award”, and GardaWorld has announced that they will continue to support Mike and his continuing efforts.