Holiday Hours

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December 24th – Office Opened until Noon December 25& 26th – Office Closed December 29&30th – Office Opened 7:30am – 5:00pm December 31st – Office Opened until Noon January 1st – Office Closed January 2nd – Office Opened 7:30am – 5:00pm For emergency support request please email help@gwntc.com or call

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Update your Tax Tables

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It’s that time of the year again.  Make sure you update your tax tables for your Canadian payroll software before your next payroll. Here is how to update Quickbooks Here is how to update Sage 50 If you are using any other Accounting software please visit the manufacturers website or

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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!?

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Love it or loathe it, the snow is here to stay. I tip my toque to all the commuters that begrudgingly dug out their vehicles to brave the treacherous roads to work this morning. Here’s a shot of what it looked like from the doorstep of our GWNTC office in

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Picture of the Week: 006

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This week we’ve added a picture of lovely Porcupine! In this image we’re hovering above the government complex in Porcupine looking down the highway towards South Porcupine. Incidentally this is also my neighbourhood, villagers unite! Having so much greenery and an abundance of small lakes makes Northern Ontario such great

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Picture of the Week: 005

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This Picture of the Week was taken above the shores of Lake Superior in Chippewa Park just outside of Thunder Bay, Ontario. You get an excellent view of the beautiful scenery and hills present in the North Western Ontario area. The city of Thunder Bay is visible in the distance

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Microsoft Outlook Search: an incredibly powerful tool with the right keywords!

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Outlook, the familiar rock that has a permanent fixture on your taskbar. Love it or loathe it, e-mail is the lifeblood of most businesses in this digital age. There are a large variety of ways to access your e-mail but the most common by far in the business world is

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Picture of the Week: 004

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One of the great things about living and working in Northern Ontario is that the great outdoors is literally right next door! This Picture of the Week was taken during a camping trip from summer 2014. The image is of the Larder River (near Englehart, Ontario), taken from First Falls

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Better Wireless

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One of the most frustrating things that wireless users experience nowadays is slow connection speeds, disconnects and buffering while trying to stream music and videos online.  It seems like everything is wirelessly “connected” in today’s age and that means more interference.  Congestion in highly populated areas is becoming more and more of

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Picture of the Week: 003

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This picture is of downtown Timmins taken from the Spruce/Dale area. The reason why the horizon seems angled is because the UAV was in high winds that day and it was compensating to try to keep its position steady without drifting. And once again, here is the original unedited image

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Picture of the Week: 002

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Here’s another picture that was taken from the air. Most of the Pictures of the Week will be taken from our collection of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) images. We feel that these offer a unique perspective on things that we see everyday. Today’s image for instance is of the Government

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