Presentation of the movie FOOD, INC. from Robert Kenner by Jane Jones and continuation of the discussion about nutrition and health with Michael Wolters. Canadian Austrian Clinic of Health Care and Education 19.10.2010

Meeting with Mike Konoval - Mayor of Carling Township. Acknowledgment for the support of the township and discussion about further intentions of the clinic. Canadian Austrian Clinic of Health Care and Education 28.9.2010

Kim Potter instructed a group from Munich/Germany in kayking. Dillon 14./15.9.2010

Kim Potter guided a group of Canadians canoeing in Killarney Provincial Park 3.-7.9.2010

Lecture of Dr. Michael Wolters, McKellar: “Nutrition, Healthcare, Homeopathy and Traditional Chinese Medicine”
Saturday September 4, 2010 at 12:30 Carling Recreation Hall (Highway 559) 

Lecture of Dr. Roman Rybiczka, Vienna/Austria: “Cataract, Glaucoma and Age-Related Macular Degeneration” - An overview of the three most common diseases in ophthalmology, their symptoms, development and treatments
Saturday July 31, 2010 at 12:30 pm. Carling Recreation Hall (Highway 559) 

Lecture of Potter Kim, Tierney Sheila, Turner David (Canadian-Austrian Clinic for Healthcare and Education Inc.), "Paedagogy, Sports and Therapy at Canadian Schools and Universities". Department of Education, University of Vienna, April 26, 2010

July/August 2013 Visit of Students.Text of the Confirmation which they received:                                                                                                                        

6 Austrian students of Gerber-Reinelt from the University of Vienna and one Spanish student from University of Madrid attended a scientific and practical educational program at the Canadian Austrian Clinic for Health Care and Education in Nobel, Ontario, Canada from July 15 to August 6.
The program included seminars about the history, geography and geology of the area. The seminars were supplemented with observations of native animals, birds, reptiles, vegetation and weather systems. Tours of the area in Killbear Provincial Park, wilderness canoeing and kayaking were conducted by Ms. Kim Potter and Mr. Dave Turner qualified outdoor instructors. Multinational social life was experienced through visits to local families, for dining, happy hours and musical events. Trips to different towns and markets to purchase local produce were taken.
Various venues, cultural centers and museums were visited such as the Canadian National Institute for the Blind Camp -CNIB- , Camp Tapawingo for girls in Parry Sound, a First Nations POW WOW in Parry Sound. The Canadore College in Parry Sound was visited where Peter Istvan and Jocelyn Shipman gave a tour and talked about their activities and seminars.
A visit to Queen‘s University in Kingston was organized by Sheila Tierney, where Dean Ann Tierney escorted the students around the campus and invited them to lunch in the faculty lounge. Presently a grad student exchange program exists between Queens‘ and the University of Vienna and now plans are underway for a possible exchange program for undergraduate students.
Scientific seminars were conducted by Prof. Gisela Gerber and Mag. Regina Studener. Another seminar was held by Senior Manager of the institution „Hands/Mains“ Michelle Dermenjian about the family help network for Parry Sound and areas where help is offered to families, children, juveniles and adults wherever assistance is needed.
Dave Turner Director of the Clinic
Sheila Tierney
Director Coord. of Comm./ Social Programs
Kim Potter-Turner
Director of the Sports Programs Gisela Gerber
Director Coord. of programs

Lecture of Christine Einzmann, Vienna/Austria: „Kindergarten Family Work Life“
Tuesday July 15, 2014 at 3 pm. Canadian Austrian Clinic for Health Care and Education Inc., Nobel, Ontario

Lecture of Thomas Reinelt M.A., Vienna/Austria: „Laureus Snow Tiger“
August 13, 2014 at 3 pm. Canadian Austrian Clinic for Healthcare and Education Inc., Nobel, Ontario

7 Austrian students of Gerber-Reinelt from the University of Vienna attended a scientific and practical educational program at the Canadian Austrian Clinic for Health Care and Education in Nobel, Ontario, Canada from August 3 to August 24