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We are rolling out the red carpet starting March 31st as we welcome new clients being moved from a number of mall based hearing centres( Sears Hearing Centre) in Ontario, BC and Alberta.As a result of a mutually agreed partnership end, we have already started the process of contacting these… Read more...
The difficulties Haiti has experienced are well documented. From the earthquake of 2010, electoral violence and extreme poverty it seems like most of the news we get out of Haiti is negative.A Caribbean nation of 11 million people, Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world and for people… Read more...
Trillium Hearing is now Connect Hearing
Connect Hearing will be helping more people in Ontario hear better than ever before.VICTORIA, B.C. (November 4th, 2015) — With the acquisition of 9 Trillium Hearing Centre clinics in the Greater Toronto Area, Connect Hearing is in a position to provide enhanced access to hearing healthcare for… Read more...
Connect Hearing staff in Sault Ste Marie
For the women who work at the Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Connect Hearing Clinic, work isn't just fun – it's meaningful.We were able to catch up with office manager Donna Coudert, Laurie Smith CCR, audiologist Heather Jessome, audiologist Virginia Muirhead and hearing instrument dispenser… Read more...
Audiologist Jessica Chen
For audiologist Jessica Chen, there are many things to love about her job at the Connect Hearing Canada clinic in Tsawwassen, British Columbia.One of those things, without question, is getting to know different people in the community and helping them improve their hearing.For Chen, it's… Read more...
Comox Connect Hearing staff
Susan Grant and Amy MacLean like to think of themselves as the Comox “Connection” for hearing health care.Seeing that Grant has 13 years of experience in the field and MacLean has 10, it's not hard to see why that is. Both women enjoy working in the Comox clinic in British Columbia and thrive… Read more...
For hearing-heatlh specialist Ahmed Khanani, there is never a dull moment working at the new Connect Hearing Canada clinic located in downtown Ottawa.One reason for that is he gets to make a difference in the lives of people by educating them about their hearing health and hearing aids.“I… Read more...
The 4Ears Campaign is back and as far as the staff at Connect Hearing Canada are concerned, it couldn't come quickly enough.With the arrival of the holiday season, Connect Hearing Canada is again working with the Hear the World Foundation to help eliminate hearing loss under the banner of the… Read more...
For Connect Hearing Canada Customer Service Department Manager Ken Foley, seeing people overcome hearing loss is one of the best parts of his job.“My most rewarding interaction? Probably talking to clients who say they haven't heard their grandchildren for a long time or haven't been able to… Read more...
For 63-year-old grandmother Dianna Seymour, her joy at being able to hear again is summed up with one sweet word: music.“Music! I can hear all the fine details. All the instruments,” said Seymour. “Wow! It’s just awesome to hear those sounds.”Originally from Vancouver, Seymour… Read more...
Oakville Hearing Consultant Vincenzo Albanese has a message for youngsters – protect your hearing while you're young, or suffer the consequences.One of the newest additions to the Connect Hearing Canada family, Albanese – who has been a hearing-health specialist for two years - has been at… Read more...
When Renee Livernoche lost her hearing at a young age, her world was turned upside down.For years she dealt with hearing loss and the frustration of knowing that she couldn’t afford hearing aids. But when the 35-year-old Victoria native met a representative of Connect Hearing at an Eves of… Read more...
For Scott Bonnell, it's always been about helping people.But of all the people the Registered Audiologist has helped in his career, it's Canada's veterans who bring him the most joy. Bonnell is based out of Connect Hearing's Kentville, Nova Scotia (100 – 70 Exhibition Street -Valley… Read more...
Hearing Instrument Specialist Madison Barr of Connect Hearing has always had a good ear and she puts it to use every day in her job, and in her private life.She has been working at Connect Hearing Carleton Place (147 Bridge Street, Carleton Place, ON – 613-253-8800) as a Hearing Instrument… Read more...
One of the Connect Hearing clinics that is diligently promoting hearing health and hearing safety is in Edmonton. Located at 11910 111 Ave. NW #107, this Alberta clinic is where Hearing Instrument Practitioner Susan Metzger works every day to serve and inform Edmontonians.Metzger came to Connect… Read More
What makes a workplace great?Greatplacetowork.ca believes that every company can be a great workplace, and their mandate is to make that dream a reality.For Connect Hearing Canada, we have been able to share in that dream on two occasions.In 2011, Connect Hearing was ranked 49th in the Best… Read More...
March is Pharmacist Awareness Month. According to the Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists (CSHP), this is the time pharmacists promote their role to other healthcare professionals and patients within hospitals and related healthcare settings.We would like to take this opportunity to thank… Read more...
You can make a difference — and inspire others — by sharing your personal stories of courage with us.We want to hear about your experiences dealing with hearing loss. The best stories are going to be picked and featured in a web series — and possibly a spot on TV!You can also win one… Read more...
We are honoured that the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) has recognized Connect Hearing Canada for “outstanding product quality and for adding value to the CAA membership.”Connect Hearing and Trafalgar received Partner of the Year Awards from the business lines of Rewards and… Read more...
During the holidays, children around the world are enjoying themselves with friends and family. This time of year nobody likes to be reminded of the importance of a child’s healthy well-being but according to the World Health Organization Children’s hearing health continues to be a… Read more...
We know sounds can hurt. But can they heal?We have referenced countless articles on  the dangers of loud noise and hearing loss. Construction sites, machinery, airport, concert halls are just some of the areas that pose the highest risk to hearing.This is one reason why we are always… Read more...
Check out our latest national television spot starting today. Take advantage of our three week free hearing aid trial and book your complimentary appointment this fall! Read more...
The Toronto Blue Jays may be in last place, but they're one of the hottest teams in baseball and just may live up to the preseason hype, after all. The Blue Jays, Canada's only Major League Baseball team, entered the 2013 season as World Series favourites. Only recently have they shown… Read more...
Among the most recognizable sounds of summer in Canada are the noises of activity that come from the water. Whether it's splashing in a lake or the soft sounds of a canoe paddling through a stream, we find great enjoyment being out in the water for recreation.When the weather heats up,… Read more...
Along with reducing the amount of concussions children will incur, Hockey Canada's recent removal of bodychecking for children under 13 will also benefit their hearing health. That's the opinion of MJ DeSousa, our Director of Professional Practice.Bodychecking can result in a… Read more...
All over the country, Connect Hearing is taking part in community events in order to raise awareness of hearing loss in Canada. From free hearing screenings at your local pharmacy to hearing health seminars at the community centre, we believe in giving back to the communities we do business… Read more...
We are proud to announce that we are one of the community sponsors for the 2013 Victoria Drum Fest happening on Sunday May 5 at the Marriott Hotel in Victoria, BC.Featuring great artists like Larnell Lewis, Mitch Dorge, Mike Michalkow and Murray Creed, this event is shaping up to be amazing… Read more...
We are excited to announce that we opened the doors at our newest Vancouver clinic last week! We’re not shy showing off this new clinic considering the convenient location, new modern building, big bright windows and tall ceilings. The new space also boasts a spacious waiting room and a… Learn More
Joining our existing network of 14 hearing clinics in the lower mainland is Connect Hearing’s newest Vancouver location, set to open early March, 2013 on West Broadway at Spruce. How better to celebrate our new vibrant Broadway neighbourhood, than a top 10 list of Vancouver’s most… Learn more...
Welcome to the final part in our three part series counting down the most amazing sounds in Canada. We've covered natural wonders to wildlife and even our national sport. But as they say, we have saved the best for last as we count down our top three amazing Canadian sounds.No. 3 Most… Learn more...
This week we are counting down the top 10 Amazing Sounds in Canada. These are the sounds you would never want to do without and the ones you seek out for thrills when travelling around the nation.In part two of our three part series, the countdown continues from number 7 through 4.No. 7… Learn more...
What sounds would you most miss if your hearing was compromised?Most of us will say it's the voices of family members and friends, and while that's true, we would also not want to go without the sounds that define us as a community and a country.In our effort to make 2013 the year… Learn more...
While much dangerous wartime noise is obvious  ̶  blasts, sound pressure associated with hand guns, rifles, artillery, rockets and jet engines   ̶  industrial “steady state” noise, combat training, military vehicles and communications systems all had the… Learn more...
It's that time of year again. Students, teachers and volunteers are all heading back to school. Whether you have kids, teenagers or even parents returning to the classroom, we felt this was a great time to raise awareness of the possible risks to your hearing health. Here is our top 5… More about hearing aids
Take a look at this Shaw TV segment, recently shot at our Royal Oak clinic in Victoria, British Columbia featuring Hearing Instrument Practitioner Alison Graham.I think this is a great segment in that is really reflects the passion of our consultants and how they really want to help people with… Learn more...

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