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Deadline: September 1, 2017 Nominate your favourite business! Online nomination form available at charlessousa.ca Please contact our office for more details.
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01: Welcome Sophie & Jon, owners of LvL UP Athletics. 02: Gabi, Anika, Alexis & Kaitlyn at Many Feathers Night Market in Clarkson. 03: Paint & Cocktail night at Walden Circle. 04: Mississauga Camera Club 'Proud to Be Canadian' Winners, Peter & Steven with juror, Richard Martin. 05: Joanne & Rob enjoying Many Feathers Night Market in Clarkson. 06: Guest Speaker Paul from Insuranceland at Port Credit BIA Networking Breakfast.
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Star of Mississauga South? What is a Star of Mississauga South?
The Star of Mississauga South Award was created to recognize small businesses that are unique to Mississauga South and make our community a more vibrant place to live. Awards will be presented on Wednesday October 11, 2017 at 7:00 pm Who can recognize a Star?
Anyone in the general public can recognize their favourite Mississauga South small business. How will the Star be selected?
The Star of Mississauga South award nominations will be reviewed by an expert panel of representatives from Ontario Business Improvement Area Association (OBIAA), City of Mississauga Economic Development and Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT).
2017 Star OF MISSISSAUGA SOUTH
Help celebrate and highlight businesses in Mississauga South that make our community shine.
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Completed nominations will be accepted no later than Friday, September 1, 2017. How can I submit a nomination?
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Dear The Wine Ladies,
We have guests visiting from London this summer and we were thinking about doing a one-day bicycle tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake. We’d love to show off a few of our wineries. Just wondering if you’ve done any of these tours and might have some thoughts to share on your experience. - Alyssa
THE WINE LADIES Q&A Dear Alyssa,
As promised, here is part 2 of the details of our one-day bicycle tour through Grape Escape Wine Tours, who was kind enough to give us a personalized guided “ride”. First stop…
INNISKILLIN WINES INC. A fabulous choice winery to visit, as one of the pioneers in the Canadian wine industry, founded in 1975 by Karl Kaiser and Donald Ziraldo, Inniskillin is largely credited with putting Canadian wines on the world wide wine map. An award that proved to be a turning point not only for Inniskillin, but also the Canadian wine industry. It was 1991 and in this competition, Inniskillin’s 1989 Vidal icewine won the Gold Medal at the ultra prestigious Grand Prix d’Honneur Awards at Vinexpo in Bordeaux France. Inniskillin also produces award winning table wines and is a must see, particularly for your out of town visitors! Our second stop… in contrast to Inniskillin Wines, Pondview Estate Winery
PONDVIEW ESTATE WINERY Although Pondview Estate Winery opened its doors in 2010… that is not to say that this family owned winery is not steeped in old world traditions, going back three generations of grape growers with family roots in Sicily. Owned by 3rd generation grape grower Lou Puglisi, who was awarded the prestigious Grape King Award in 2008, Lou and his wife/co-owner Adriana, celebrate old world traditions and make you feel at home, while enjoying their fine wines made with their own grapes, often paired with artisan cheeses. We enjoyed a selection of local cheeses, one of which was paired with Pondview’s Harmony Red.
On our final stop, we got to go to what is trending and something we do! Not only trending, but good for you and our environment!
FROGPOND FARM ORGANIC WINERY It was a true pleasure to be greeted here at Ontario’s first organic winery, by the very hospitable and passionate owner and winemaker Jens, as well as the sheep, the bull frogs, chickens and hens, and of course the guinea fowl, all of which play an important role on this organic farm and organic winery. The animals and the various plants help create a balanced ecosystem, creating harmony in nature, which Jens believes is “the prerequisite for a truly authentic wine”. This is a charming, small winery that produces a range of wines including a Cabernet Merlot, which we enjoyed at the picnic table with our local cheese and yummy crackers! So we are in the final stretch now of our wine tour on wheels, feeling very relaxed, satisfied and well oxygenated with the clean, pure air and beautiful surroundings we have experienced over the last couple of hours. Our cups runneth over and our baskets do too, with purchases we have made along the way, truth be told Jacquie has taken care of our precious parcels with delivery back to Kurtz’s. Full circle, we are back now at Kurtz’s Orchard Farm and Marketplace… but wait, one final stop, a quick visit into the marketplace where alas… we find all is local, even the stupendous, handmade, Turkish delight! Eureka! Life just doesn’t get any better! We sincerely hope you share with your visitors a little of what we have to offer here in our Niagara-on-the-Lake wine country. We promise it will be a delightful and a delicious day! thewineladies.com • tourniagarawineries.com
AUGUST 17 MBOT’s Summer Patio Networking Party ∧ mbot.com
AUGUST 18-20 Port Credit Busker Fest ∧ portcredit.com
AUGUST 18-20 Italfest – Ferragosto in the City ∧ mississaugaitalfest.com
AUGUST 25-27 Port Credit In-Water Boat Show ∧ portcreditboatshow.ca
AUGUST 26 Lakeshore Corridor Community Team Paddle for the People
AUGUST 26 Japan Festival at Celebration Square culture.mississauga.ca
AUGUST 27 Steps Forward to End Violence Against Women interimplace.com
SEPTEMBER 8-10 South Side Shuffle ∧ southsideshuffle.ca
SEPTEMBER 10 Canada 150 Community BBQ – Celebration Square culture.mississauga.ca
SEPTEMBER 15-23 2017 J24 World Championship at PCYC ∧ 2017j24worlds.org
SEPTEMBER 16 Walk the Walk for the Compass ∧ thecompass.ca
SEPTEMBER 17 Art in the Park – Visual Arts Mississauga visualartsmississauga.ca
SEPTEMBER 23 Streetsville Library 50th Anniversary ∧ mississauga.ca
SEPTEMBER 23-24 Arts on the Credit ∧ artsonthecredit.ca
SEPTEMBER 30 The War of 1812 Re-Enactment theriverwoodconvervancy.org
OCTOBER 7 Celebration of Indigenous Peoples theriverwoodconservancy.org
22nd Annual Giant Used Book Sale Mississauga Symphony Orchestra ∧ mississaugasymphony.ca
OCTOBER 13 Diwali RazzMatazz – Celebration Square culture.mississauga.ca
OCTOBER 13-16 Annual Haunted Mississauga Heritage Tour heritagemississauga.com
OCTOBER 28 Halloween in the Village – Clarkson clarksonbia.com
SPECIAL OLYMPICS â€œOn behalf of the City of Mississauga and Members of Council, we want to recognize and congratulate the accomplished athletes and teams who competed for the gold during the celebrated and much anticipated 2017 Special Olympics Provincial Summer Games. Let me acknowledge Chief Jennifer Evans and Peel Regional Police for dedicating countless hours, energy and effort to ensuring that the games would be a complete success, and for helping bring our community together through sport.
I also want to recognize the coaches, families, friends and neighbours for going above and beyond to help inspire, mentor and train those athletes who took part during these games. The hard work, commitment, discipline and respect that goes into being a renowned athlete, are important skillsets that apply in all aspects of life. Investing in local athletes is at the heart of city-building and Council and staff are proud that so many of our city facilities were used as venues for athletes to take part in spirited competition throughout the games. We approach our efforts through the lens of supporting our local sport community. We invest in community and recreational centres. We ensure parks are built with in-demand athletic facilities. And we partner with other governments to secure funding to make these important investments. Council genuinely believes that citizens walk into our community and recreation centres; step on to our baseball diamonds, soccer fields and into our arenas; swim in our public pools; and that these experiences help budding athletes realize their dreams of competing professionally. Sport also transcends language and culture. It is a unifying force for good. This is especially true in such a diverse and welcoming community like Mississauga.
CONGRATULATIONS once again to everyone who competed in the 2017 Special Olympics Provincial Summer Games. Mississauga is proud of you and we will always cheer you on!â€?
Bonnie Crombie Bonnie Crombie Mayor of Mississauga
Photos provided by: Peeter Poldre
THE STORY OF THE BROWN & LOVE FAMILIES Story by: Timothy A. Brown
n the late 1950s Joan and Roy Brown moved to a small community in the West Toronto Township, called Lorne Park. Eventually, it became part of the City of Mississauga in 1974. In the early 1960s, Beth and Jerry Love moved to the same community a short distance away.
In 1966, two young boys were wandering through the backyard fields, because at that time there were no fences and little concern about children playing and running free. One of those little boys was Timmy Brown and the other David Love and we literally bumped into each other. We were three years old and managed to get back to each of our houses, with the other in tow, and introduce our new friend to our parents. Jerry, Timothy, Bonnie, Beth & Karen.
“TO THIS DAY, 50 YEARS LATER, I AM STILL DEAR “FRIENDS WITH DAVID LOVE." David's father, Jerry, worked for the City of Mississauga when it was a very small organization. He commented on that fact recently when we were fortunate to meet with the Mayor of Mississauga, Bonnie Crombie, and our Ward 2 Councillor, Karen Ras. We were at a fund raiser to donate to the Jerry Love Children's Fund. 12
Jerry Love worked tirelessly with the City of Mississauga to build its Recreation and Parks Department. Upon his retirement, he had formed a charity to aid children and the outgoing mayor at the time, Hazel McCallion, decided to name the charity after Jerry himself and the Jerry Love Children's Fund was formed. In his retirement, Jerry continues to work tirelessly to expand the program. This charity supports the need for lower-income families to be able to send their children to day camps in the City of Mississauga. Those who qualify are part of the city’s program under the care of qualified instructors. One hundred per cent of the private donations are allocated to subsidize the cost of children of attending these day camps.
ne of the reasons I am passionate about this charity, which my company has supported for many years, is that all the proceeds go to the intended destination. With some charities, this is not the case.
â€œI AM CONFIDENT THAT THIS PROGRAM IS FULLY FUNDED TO THE BENEFIT OF THE CHILDREN AND PROVIDES A WELL NEEDED SUMMER BREAK FOR THEIR PARENTS." To this day, The Browns and the Loves remain friends, meet and communicate regularly. My friendship with David, that started so many years ago, will last for the rest of our lives.
Timothy, Jerry & Roy at the ROI Offices in 2014.
Presently, David and I are planning to ask Jerry if he will allow us to ensure that the legacy of the Jerry Love Children's Fund continues in perpetuity - long beyond anybody's ability to continue to serve. I encourage all private citizens, small businesses or corporations to support this wonderful charity that supports the families of Mississauga. There are children who need the opportunity to play and bump into each other and form life-long, meaningful friendships.
The second anniversary of #MFWK2017 began with a Press Conference on July 14th at Company Resto Bar to meet some of the incredible designers. #MFWK2017 Runway Gala was held in the Port Credit Memorial Arena on Saturday, July 22nd with over a dozen amazing designers showcasing their creativity. Before the show there was a flurry of activity as more than fifty models were getting their hair styled and makeup applied by some very talented hair stylists and makeup artists. Events were happening all week with the grand finale The Runway Gala at the Port Credit Memorial Arena.
01: Denise with Designer Henry Calderon. 02: During the fashion show. 03: Designers - Manar, Eric & Eugenie. 04: Thank you to organizer, Kulsoon. 05: Jessica, Chanise & Abigayl. 06: Makeup Arists, Maili. 07: Some of the Fashion Designers.
SUMMER SERIES CONCERT
Every Sunday during the summer, starting at 6:30pm, there is a FREE Concert at the gazebo in Port Credit Memorial Park. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy the evening filled with live music. Mississauga Big Band Jazz Ensemble graced the stage on Sunday, July 23rd. They are a group of dedicated musicians, celebrating the many styles of big band jazz. 01: A large crowd enjoying the Jazz. 02: Sandro & Chantelle with Oliver & Tristan. 03: Geraldine with friends.
BOOK REVIEW his life but it lands elsewhere. The cursed mantilla destroys the life of whoever owns it, as it journeys around the world, falling into unsuspecting hands.
SET TO MUSIC SPEAKS THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE
In the title story “Set to Music”, Anne, about to become a renowned pianist, has a secret that will ultimately destroy her career. This secret destroys her love affair with her
BY PETA-GAYE NASH
maestro, a man who devotes himself to Anne and her talent and is confused by her abrupt
With today’s fast paced lifestyles, reading a good short story collection feels
departure with no explanation.
immensely satisfying. An entire life can be devoured in one story and one sitting. Fran Edelstein’s short story collection “Set to Music” has some of those kinds of
Edelstein’s gift is her ability to compose a
stories that are hard to put down and contains whole lives that keep the reader
good love story and leave us yearning for more but the collection is not equally yoked.
aching for more.
One of the stories, ‘The Road Ahead’ feels more self help than fiction, written in Self published by iUniverse in 2009, “Set to Music” has seven stories that take
the spirit of the Alchemist, but I didn’t think it enhanced the collection.
the reader to London, Rome, Montreal, Toronto and Mexico City to name a few, with characters who love passionately and with abandon but ultimately succumb
Edelstein started writing in high school and after a few kindly written rejections,
to the realities of life. In “Lilacs”, Jordana, married with children, attempts to
was told by a teacher that one is not a writer until a wall is papered with rejections.
write a story about her childhood love, a boy with whom she lost contact with in
Fran waited until after raising a family of three children to focus seriously on
World War II. Unbeknownst to Jordana, her lost love is trying to find her in the
her writing but she never gave it up entirely. In the pre-computer age, she says
time before computers and the Internet. Finally, he traces her to Toronto where
her kids always found pieces of paper around the house with ideas on it. “Once
they meet by chance encounter on Queen’s Quay. The reader’s heart is wrenched
a writer, always a writer,” she laughs. She found success writing feature stories
along with Jordana’s. Does she reveal her identity and run away with her true
for the Toronto Star and several antique magazines. At 42, Fran began to take
love or does she find closure simply knowing he’s alive but remaining dutiful and
creative writing courses and now years later, a grandmother of eight, Fran is
loyal to her husband and children?
about to self-publish the sequel to the title story “Set to Music”, living proof that it’s never too late to live your dream.
“The Mantilla” is prose beautifully written. The passionate flamenco dancer Carmelita is scorned by her lover and she curses the lace mantilla he gifts her.
"SET TO MUSIC" CAN BE FOUND
Her fiery dance summons the devil and she throws it at her lover hoping to curse
in the Toronto Library System or ordered from Chapters
By Peeter Poldre, Photographer Always learning and striving to CAPTURE the next great photo!
BE READY. BE STEADY.
Smartphone/Point and Shoot/Digital SLR. No matter what device you use to take photos, what looks fine on the device may leave you disappointed when you want to make that special image into an enlargement, a poster or a screen-saver.
IF YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO PREPARE, BE READY TO THINK ABOUT: • Should the camera be held horizontally (landscape) or vertically (portrait)?
OUT-OF-FOCUS PHOTOS ARE OFTEN AVOIDABLE WITH BE STEADY TECHNIQUES: • Hold the camera with both hands. • Hold the camera as close to your body as possible, typically with your elbows against your chest. • Press down smoothly and do not jab at the shutter release button. • Consider using a tree, a pole or a wall to further steady yourself and the camera. • Action photos will often be out-of-focus unless you adjust your camera for a faster shutter speed. Your camera may have a "sports" setting that can be used to greatly increase your chance of capturing sharp action photos. If the camera allows for this adjustment, a speed of 1/500 second should be used as a minimum. • Action adjustments aren’t just for professional athletes. Even children playing, running or dancing will likely be in better focus. • A faster shutter speed will also help those with shaky hands.
• Will there be enough lighting, or will flash be needed? • Where can I safely stand to get the best picture?
EACH MONTH, THIS COLUMN WILL AIM TO PROVIDE UNDERSTANDABLE, PRACTICAL, LARGELY NONTECHNICAL ADVICE TO HELP YOU MAKE BETTER PHOTOS. 16
DELICIOUS DISH RECIPE
n my opinion, this is the best way to serve corn... period! I buy the crema and Cotija cheese at my local Mexican grocery store, Perola Supermarket in Kensington Market, but in a pinch you can substitute these ingredients. Serves: 5-10
INGREDIENTS • 5 corn on the cob, husked and cleaned. Cut into 2-3 pieces, or leave whole
DIRECTIONS STEP 0 1 If you are leaving the corn whole, I like to skewer the end of each piece
• 1 lime, cut in half
of corn with a bamboo or metal skewer, making sure it does not go all
• 1/2 cup Mexican crema or crème fraiche
the way through and there is a long end to grab onto. It makes it easier
• 150g of Cotija cheese or feta, finely crumbled*
to hold when it is hot. You can also leave un-skewered.
• A shake of Tajin seasoning, Mexican seasoning powder • 1/2 lime, cut into small pieces
STEP 0 2 Bring a large pot of water to boil, put the corn pieces in it (with the skewers), cover the pot and remove from the heat, let poach for 5 minutes or leave
* Crumble the cheese when it is very cold (it is easier to crumble using a fork). ** You can also grill the corn for a delicious smoky flavor.
in the water to keep warm.**
STEP 0 3 Drain the corn, remove from the water onto a paper towel and blot the water off the corn with the paper towel.
STEP 0 4
Rub the lime halves all over the dry corn.
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the crumbled cheese on each piece, sprinkle a little Tajin seasoning and serve with a wedge of lime.
STEP 0 6 Serve hot!
On July 4th, Lakeview Library celebrated its 50th Anniversary with a celebration and block party that included cake cutting, pizza and family-friendly activities for all ages. The Militia had set up camp, there was a big dance party and lots of demonstrations. It was a perfect night. 01
01: Happy 50th Lakeview Library. 02: Cameron getting a balloon. 03: Getting a dragon. 04: Bonnie, Liam, Lisa & Rik with Brady. 05: Kuldeep, Jeevan & Puja. 06: Sara & Amedeo enjoying some pizza. 07: Councillor Jim Tovey with the Militia. 08: Felix honking the horn of a police car.
MAC N' CHEESE FESTIVAL If you're ever looking for more urban food festivals in the city, this one is for you-the annual Toronto Mac N' Cheese Festival has made its way to Mississauga this summer. The festival took place in Port Credit and ran from July 2830. The 3-day event was organized by Philip Suos, who was also the festival director behind recently formed Junk Food Festival. "A lot of people are excited about the opportunity to taste the dishes and it gets chefs thinking [about what kind of dishes to prepare]," said Suos.
This festival also helped to raise money for charity, The Compass, and provided a platform for local restaurants to promote themselves. It was a great success.
Story and Photos: Jake Baker & Hong Yi Jiao, co-op students
01: Philip & Hong Yi. 02: Sydney & AJ. 03: People from Yelp enjoying the food. 04: Shanaya Patel singing. 05: Aaliyah, Maxine & Trevor.
Four members of the Mississauga Community were inducted into the Mississauga Music Walk of Fame on Sunday, July 23rd at Port Credit Memorial Park. It was a perfect day to listen and meet Latin jazz star Fito Blanko, Bell Media President of Content and Broadcasting, Randy Lennox, Canada’s Sweetheart of Swing, Alex Pangman and two-time Juno award winner, singer Liberty Silver as they were honoured for their contributions to the music industry.
MUSIC WALK OF FAME 02
01: Unveiling the Star of Randy Lennox. 02: Fito Blanko with his son. 03: Fito Blanko, Liberty Silver & Alex Pangman. 04: Emcees - Randy & Radha. 05: Liberty Silver with her good friends. 06: Alex Pangman with Patti Jannetta-Baker.
The 15th Annual Mississauga Amacon Rotary Rib Festival was held from July 13th-16th, at the Mississauga Celebration Square. It had 13 rib vendors and a wide variety of other tasty food options, to satisfy sweet and savory cravings. Nothing goes better on a summer's day than a cold beverage. From smoothies and old fashioned sodas to lemonade and cold beer/wine. They had it all! 01: Enjoying RibFest. 02: Jacklyn & Christine. 03: Doug & Dimitria. 04: Barry, Jacob, Mary, Dee, Bill & Denise.
Story and Photos: Jake Baker & Hong Yi Jiao, co-op students
the 19th annual port credit blues and bbq festival
memorial park • port credit • mississauga • ontario • canada
Join us in celebrating Canada and Ontario’s 150th Anniversary. 4 stages featuring the best of Canadian Blues THE STAMPEDERS • BLACKIE AND THE RODEO KINGS THE LEGENDARY DOWNCHILD BLUES BAND
DAWN TYLER WATSON • SUZIE MCNEIL • JACK DE KEYZER • STEVE STRONGMAN Steve hill • harrison kennedy • harpdog brown • paul reddick & many more Ontario 150 free zone • artisan market • beer and wine gardens • food court rabba fine foods FREE street shuffle
S U N DAYS
Dust Off the Bottle
FREE Corkage on your supplied Wine/Champagne with an Entrée
M O N DAYS
FREE Dessert when you order an Appetizer and Entrée
T U E S DAYS
65 Tasting Tuesdays 7 Course Tasting Menu
W E D N E S DAYS
Wine Wednesdays $1 per Ounce of House Poured Wine
T HU R S DAYS
10 Thursday with a Twist Bar Rail Cocktails
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218 Lakeshore Road E, Oakville • noblebistro.com *Prices do not include HST or Gratuity. **Summer Specials end August 31st, 2017.
Rattray Marsh. 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms. Walking distance to the lake. Mix of modern and traditional decor.
5+1 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 4500 sqf above grade with ﬁnished basement, Mineola home w/ high quality ﬁnishes.
5+1 beds, 4 baths. Custom built. W/O to patio. Hardwood ﬂoors. Family room w/ ﬁreplace. Finished walk-up basement.
4+2 beds, 5 baths. Scavolini designed kitchen with walkout to private deck. Heated pool, hot tub and ﬁre pit.
4+1 beds, 4 baths. Private lot. Hardwood throughout. Heated ﬂoors in bsmt. Gourmet kitchen. Finished basement.
3+2 beds, 4 baths. Updated brick home. Hardwood. W/O to large balcony. Finished basement apt w/ sep entrance.
2+1 beds, 2 baths. Lorne Park location. Sold as is/where is. Plans to be made available for new 4,000sqft build.
mcdadi.ca/1336q Lorne Park. 3+2 bed, 3 bath bungalow. Finished basement w/rec room and 2 beds and 3pc bath.
mcdadi.ca/924m 4 beds, 3 baths. Clarkson. Surrounded by mature trees. Large eat-in kitchen. Fireplaces in living & family rooms.
mcdadi.ca/57c 4+1 bed, 6 baths. Port Credit. Custom built. Hardwood. Heated tiled floor. Salt water pool.
3 beds, 3 baths. Treed lot with large pool. Updated kitchen with island. Finished basement with wine cellar.
mcdadi.ca/801m Rattray Marsh neighbourhood. Potential to build your own dream home! Mature lot beside a stream.
mcdadi.ca/1850h Prestigious Mississauga rd area. 4+1 beds, 5 baths. Gourmet kitchen. Finished basement w/ wet bar and wine cellar.
4 beds, 5 baths. Backs the Credit River/Ravine. Gourmet kitchen. Completely rebuilt. All baths feature heated ﬂoors.
Lorne Park. 4 bedrooms, 5 baths. Designer kitchen. Hardwood throughout. Finished W/O basement. In-ground pool.
mcdadi.ca/1387i 5 bed, 6 baths. 7,438 sqft. 98X200 irregular premium shaped lot. Approx 3,500 sqft of unspoiled basement.
mcdadi.ca/1173m 5+1beds, 8 baths. Backs Credit River w/ riparian rights. Maple hardwood floors. Stunning kitchen.
mcdadi.ca/194L 3 beds, 4 baths. Rooftop garden w/ hot tub. Finished basement. Hardwood. Ground ﬂoor is zoned for business.
mcdadi.ca/1561t 4+1 bed, 4 baths. Custom built. Rich hardwood. Gourmet kitchen w/ w/o to multi-level deck. Finished basement.
mcdadi.ca/964s Completely renovated. 3+2 bedrooms. Separate entrance to in-law suite. Hardwood, Quartz counters, heated ﬂoors.
Sales Representatives: Abraham Azraq, Ahmad Shehab-Eldin, Alvin Tung, Ben Sadeg, Bill McFarland, Ciro Napolitano, Craig Yaffe, Fadi Abou-Chalha, Helen O’Brecht, Isaiah Bayley-Hay, John Athanasiou, Julie Jones, Kayla Ie, Leanne Binsell, Lisa Lee, Maggie Ribeiro, Marcello Marchese, Mark Powell, Marwa Nadr, Maryam Kermani, Marzena Ciecielag, Mase Rasti, Michelle Delemos, Mike Azraq, Mona Azraq, Norm Wilkie, Obie Khwaja, RJ Shahi, Roman Damavandi, Sam McDadi, Sara Azraq, Sean Johnny, Shannon Bowen, Sue-Maya Hawass, Tom Gusić, Tracy Nguyen, Zaheer Shaw, Zareer Divecha. Brokers: Ashkan Khaleghi, Harry Nanda, Jim Yurchuk, Leonard Howell, Sabrina Nagar.
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