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    Paul Fitzgerald

    Paul Fitzgerald is a science and technology journalist based in Toronto, ON, and he also is the founder and owner of Salt & Pepper Media Inc., a widely known public relations firm that secures media coverage for new tech start-ups. He is also a freelance writer with the Toronto Sun and the Toronto Tribune, and he hosts the Tech Spotlight Feature on YourTV News and Halton Outlook Today (HOT) News. Fitzgerald's firm has clients in Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Montreal, New York City, San Diego, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Las Vegas.

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  • Get your game on with Kaddi

    Get your game on with Kaddi0

    Compact holster holds your ball-marker, tees, divot repair tool and glove! If you are eagerly waiting for the next golf season, or are lucky enough to play it year-round in the warmer temps, then you need to know about a new product that will help improve your love for the game and give you an

  • What does the future  of guarding look like in Canada?

    What does the future of guarding look like in Canada?0

    The security guard industry is being transformed in so many ways and there’s lots of interesting change still ahead, reports Gary Del Bianco, who is the Senior Vice-President of Corporate Development for Regal Security Inc. Del Bianco recently took part in a roundtable discussion hosted by Canadian Security Magazine (CSM), where he had the opportunity to address

  • Regal Security Inc. featured on Halton Outlook Today News0

    Halton Outlook Today (HOT) News has just featured Regal Security Inc. The in-depth news story highlights the firm’s Everyday Superhero™ guards and the innovative security solutions they offer clients in Toronto, across the GTA and Halton!

  • Float above the water on new electric hydrofoil surfboard

    Float above the water on new electric hydrofoil surfboard0

    Surf’s up – literally! Water-loving adrenaline junkies should take note of the all-new Fliteboard electric surfboard. Developed by world record-setting kiteboarder David Trewern, the battery-operated hydrofoil board propels riders at up to 28 mph and runs for up to 90 minutes. What supposedly makes the Fliteboard work better than competitors is the location of its all-aluminum unibody hydrofoil fuselage.