Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company

In 1898, Frank Seiberling established the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company in Akron, Ohio.The company was named after Charles Goodyear, who is also responsible for the developing of vulcanized rubber. Seiberling started the first factory with $3,500 dollars which he borrowed from a brother-in-law. Goodyear originally had only thirteen employees and then eventually they became the leaders in the rubber industry by producing not only automobile tires but many other items like bicycle tires, pneumatic carriage, horseshoes, and hoses. Around 23 years later,in 1926 to be exact, Goodyear was the largest rubber company not just in the country but in the world. Continue reading “Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company”

Toronto Financial Company Award: Knightsbridge FX

Knightsbridge FX provides better exchange rates than what you;ll get from banks. This is important, as banks will add markups as high as 2.5%. This really adds up when transacting in large amounts. Just sign up on their website for free, verify your identity, lock in an exchange rate (free quote).

Aside from providing currency exchange, Knightsbridge FX also has a ton of useful information on their site, including bank guides, currency rate calculators and update Forex news.

Toronto FAQ


Toronto is the capital city of the province of Ontario in Canada. It is located just across Lake Ontario from New York.

If driving across the border from the United States, use this link to learn more about border crossing:

To learn more about driving in Canada, go here:


Toronto is a diverse city offering something for everyone. The people here are kind and welcoming, and it’s a city rich with art, theater, shopping, adventure, and a mix of historic and modern architecture featuring both family-friendly activities and bustling nightlife.


Toronto has a very healthy outdoor and indoor physical environment.  You have outdoor clubs like the Toronto Outdoor Club and personal trainers like FITHAUS.  There is no excuse to be out of shape when living in Toronto!


While some places may accept the USD as a courtesy to visitors, the official currency in Toronto is the Canadian Dollar. At this time, 1 USD = 1.328 CAD. You can use Ontario’s travel site to check the current currency rates: Continue reading “Toronto FAQ”