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Paul Reinheimer
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Attended University of Windsor
Lives in Montréal, Quebec
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  • WonderProxy
    Founder, 2009 - present
  • eDonkey
    Community Development
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    Principal Trainer
  • Social and Scientific Systems
    Software Developer
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    Development Lead
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Montréal, Quebec
Oakville, Ontario
  • University of Windsor
    Bachelor of Computer Science, 2000 - 2005
  • University of Windsor
    Bachelor of Commerce, 2000 - 2005
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Paul Michael Reinheimer
Easy process. Book a canoe, show up on time, get a ride to the drop off location, then canoe back. Really easy. We did Kaufman's Flats, which was a solid 5 hours with two adults paddling. I wish I'd started with something shorter :). We saw: herons, river otters, king fishers, red-winged black birds, and a bunch more.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Fantastic flowers for our wedding. We talked to a few florists in the area trying to make our decision, we went to Hills last, because we signed up while we were there. She took the time to match some flowers she had in stock for us, showing us what it would look like (rather than asking us to imagine the combination of a few photos from pintrest). Gave us great suggestions on what would be in season months ahead of time, and steered us clear of dyed flowers that could bleed onto a dress. All that, and it fit in our budget. The flowers arrived when scheduled on our wedding day, and looked beautiful. Thanks!
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
I started with AF Accounting with my personal taxes years ago, when I started a business (WonderProxy) they were the natural choice. I think they've been handling my personal & business accounting for at least 5 years now. I've left the province, but still deal with them for all my taxes.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Fantastic food, nice staff, nice warm atmosphere even on a blustery winter day.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
10 reviews
We use their pickup & drop off service, we love it. Clothes come back clean with minor repairs taken care of. Them taking care of pickup & drop off makes things super easy. They do pickup once a week in our neighborhood, and drop off a day or two later.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I'm rating the Tea Room. After seeing some very polarizing reviews before attending, I knew I'd want to write my own review after my visit. The tea was very nice, as were the mini-sandwiches, scones, and petit fours. The service didn't stand up to the price point we're dealing with. The server came to each table in turn, recited a script, then moved on. The script included very firm rules on only getting to select one type of tea. After our tea arrived, and had been drank, hot water arrived on her schedule, each table in turn. Attempting to flag her down to get more hot water earlier was for naught. At the end more trouble getting her to come back to run our credit card. As a minor note: the tea came infused in the pot, with a strainer you would pour through into your cup. I would have preferred a strainer in the pot I could use to remove all the leaves at once. Some teas become quite astringent if left too long. The atmosphere was nice, the hats were fun (my mother and grandmother took one for the tea), and the snacks were tasty. The service was quite weak for the price point.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Fantastic educational experience. We've been four times this year, having seen both the Maya and Water moving exhibits, we still end up finding new places to explore with each trip. As the building is actually several buildings attached, there's lots of different sections to discover that you might miss on your first quick pass. We loved the Flowers exhibit on our most recent trip.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago