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Lino Panino business profile

Lino Panino business profile
Lino has a passion for food. His mom’s food, specifically. So when he decided to start his own restaurant offering authentic Italian cuisine, he got his mom, Sandra, involved. Together, they ensure that every dish is served with only the freshest ingredients possible, with recipes that have been passed down through generations of the Mazzuca family.

A Newmarket native, Lino’s dream was to have a profession that he cared about deeply, involved his family, and allowed him to make lasting connections with the community. Located at 17 Alexander Road, near Southlake Regional Health Centre and Huron Heights Secondary School, Lino Panino has been ten years in the making. Over that time, he has done his research, renovations and a few taste tests along the way, to make his dream a reality.

Now, the family restaurant has become his pride and joy, and his definition of family extends to the people that come through the door.

So, make a special trip to try the veal parmesan, already a local favourite, or have them cater your next corporate meeting or event. To see the menu, visit their website at www.linopanino.ca or give Lino a call at 905 853 5466.;

Sports Performance Centres

Sports Performance Centres
Are you working on your physical fitness, but have a sports injury or a habit that needs tweaking? Sports Performance Centres is a sports and rehabilitation shop, co-owned by Doctors Scott Howitt and Andreo Spina. SPC has a multidisciplinary team of specialists helping patients move better. We spoke to Dr. Howitt, and asked him the traditional 7 Questions on 7....

7 Questions on 7

1. How long have you owned Sports Performance Centres, and how did you start out?
Andreo and I are business partners, and both of us are practicing Chiropractic Sports Specialists in addition to being directors here at SPC. The business started 13 years ago back in our first location over at Centre and Dufferin. As sports and rehab specialists, we wanted to help people get to where they want to be in their physical activities, and athletically in their sports. We work with a variety of active  people in team and individual sports, from professionals to weekend warriors.

2. What do you like most about being a business owner?
It gives us the opportunity to lead a team of health care professionals and take responsibility for ensuring our collective success.

3. What is your favourite, most satisfying thing about your particular type of business?
The best thing about being a sports doctor is that we genuinely like helping people move better – and it’s incredibly satisfying helping people achieve their athletic goals.

4. What’s the best thing about your clients?
The best thing about our clients and patients is how appreciative they are; the heartfelt thanks you get is inspiring, and once they experience better movement, less pain, or start to achieve what they’re aiming for, they also start sending in friends and family.

5. How has your business changed over time?
We started out more with clients with acute injuries. Now we’re working more and more on performance care at different points in their athletic development and journey. That being said, we are not limited to any particular sport and look at all patients from the perspective of what physical activities they want to perform better.

6. What’s your best piece of advice you have for your clients?
Don’t stop moving! Keeping up a variety of movement, and not getting stuck in any one position for too long is crucial to living long and more importantly living well!

7. Why did you choose to locate here in Vaughan – and what do you like most about it?
We wanted more space, and the thing we like about being here is how central is it and how easy it is for our clients and patients to get here. Of course, the 407 access really makes it possible. We have clients from Burlington, Barrie, Ajax, Toronto, Vaughan – it’s helpful that it’s close and central.

Sports Performance Centres is located at 2180 Highway 7 West. Visit their website at sportsperformancecentres.com.;

Tru Pet

Tru Pet
Tru Pet is a specialty pet retailer that strives to enrich the lives of pets and their owners through a wide array of products and services such as natural foods and supplements, on site grooming, and cutting edge pet apparel. Owner Michael Taggart has over 10 years of experience in the industry and can help you find the right products for your pet. Tru Pet also works with animal rescue groups to help find new homes for furry friends such as cats and guinea pigs. Want to be a pet owner but not sure where to start? Tru Pet sells a wide variety of animals, including birds, fish, and reptiles. The Tru Pet team will help match you to a new best friend that fits your lifestyle.

Location: 10520 Yonge St.
Website: www.trupet.ca
Phone: 905.508.1112
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The Point of Light

The Point of Light

The Point of Light is a place to nourish the soul and make deeper connections within oneself, and the greater community. The store has many wonderful products to support a harmonious natural lifestyle. Beautiful crystals, gem jewelry, home decor, incense, essential oils, books, music and so much more. They offer many therapeutic holistic services from certified natural health practitioners. The store’s event calendar is peppered with meetings and workshops for likeminded people to share knowledge, heal the body, mind and spirit, and enjoy each other’s company in a supportive environment that stimulates the senses.

Whatever stage of your journey the welcoming and knowledgeable staff are always more than willing to answer your questions, order special requests, and do the research to find what you are looking for!

For more on events, services and new products, visit thepointoflight.ca

16635 Yonge Street, Unit 9, Newmarket
Phone: 289-802-3190
Email: connect@thepointoflight.ca
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