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Vital Mobility Medical Supplies in Toronto, Canada
The City of Toronto, along with the neighbourhoods of Etobicoke, North York and Scarborough offers a vibrant, multicultural lifestyle to people lucky to call it home. At Vital Mobility, we take pride in being an integral part of the Toronto community. For 14 years and running, we continue to serve individuals, families and caregivers requiring mobility devices and home health care products with responsive, warm and expert service- not to mention excellent, every day pricing. At Vital Mobility, it’s all about family.
Vital Mobility Medical Supplies
Vital Mobility Medical Supplies has been improving the lives of Toronto residents living with limited mobility and recovering from surgery or injury for 14 years. Vital Mobility was funded by Bruno Rzeznikiewiz, a Uruguayan immigrant to Canada, and his family. The mission: to build a company that would feature quick access to thousands of mobility and home health products and always put its customers first.
Sticking to our philosophy, Vital Mobility has grown into Toronto’s leading independent home health care business. We serve the City of Toronto proper including North York, Scarborough and Etobicoke with efficiency and expert customer care.
Families and caregivers looking for hospital beds, lift chairs, mobility scooters, wheelchairs, walkers and more visit Vital Mobility’s Toronto-area store and shop online to find excellent pricing. We offer mobility products both for rent and for sale. If a patient’s condition is temporary, services like Vital Mobility’s hospital bed rentals, lift chair rentals and wheelchair rentals in Toronto can help them recover and regain comfort and mobility. For visitors to Toronto particularly, both looking to tour the city and/or attend trade or consumer shows, our mobility scooters for rent and electric wheelchair rentals can make exploring any part of the city much easier.
One of the core benefits of working with the team at Vital Mobility is that we have two Toronto-area showrooms. Without needing an appointment, customers can drop by Vital Mobility’s Toronto store located at 3537 Bathurst St, North York, ON M6A 2C7 to explore a great selection of hospital beds for sale. Lift chairs, walkers, mobility scooters, wheelchairs, canes, bathroom safety products and home care products are always available in-store. There is no need to second-guess a product’s quality or dimensions when customers have a chance to experience them in person. Mobility and home health care purchases are not small decisions – Vital Mobility seeks to make it easy to shop for them.
In addition, Vital Mobility provides White Glove Delivery across the Toronto area. From the Toronto Island to North York and from Scarborough to Etobicoke, our expert delivery team will deliver and install your hospital bed, lift chair, mobility scooter, power wheelchair (also known as electric wheelchair) and more. In the event of technical difficulties, Vital Mobility’s on-staff technicians are available to troubleshoot and fix your device both by phone or on-site within 24 hours.
As one of the world’s most multi-cultural cities, Toronto and its diverse neighbourhoods charm locals and visitors alike. Toronto is located in Southern Ontario, along the shores of Lake Ontario – one of the five Great Lakes. It boasts an exciting food scene, an impressive array of museums and cultural institutions and a beautiful waterfront that can be enjoyed during cold and warm seasons. Some remarkable Toronto neighbourhoods are Downtown Toronto, Scarborough, North York, Liberty Village, The Annex, Yorkville, Etobicoke and The Beaches among others. Each neighbourhood showcases its own charm and culture. As Canada’s largest city, Toronto is a go-to destination for around 27-million travelers who visit this unique city every year.
Distillery Historic District
Take a trip back to Toronto’s earlier days with a visit to the city’s historic Distillery District. Red brickwork lines the buildings and streets of this charming shopping and dining destination. Located east of downtown Toronto, close to Lake Ontario, the area’s restored Victorian Industrial buildings house beautiful boutiques. Take in a play, enjoy an art gallery and shop until you drop at one of it’s jewelry boutiques. This pedestrian-only destination is perfect for enjoying a delicious gelato in the summer – and downright magical during its yearly Christmas Market.
The CN Tower
Towering above 553.33 m (1,815 ft) above Downtown Toronto, the CN Tower (Canada’s National Tower) is a one of the city’s must see destinations. Featuring breathtaking views as far as 160 km away, and an exciting 58-second ride to the top in one of its glass walled elevators, the CN Tower offers endless entertainment to locals and tourists alike. Its revolving 360 Restaurant serves Canadian cuisine and is a great place to spend time with friends and family. For thrill-seekers, the EdgeWalk provides an opportunity to experience the world’s highest outdoor walk on a building!
Many visitors to Toronto are surprised to learn that the city has its own castle. Sir Henry Pellatt, with the help of renown architect E.J. Lennox, began to build Casa Loma in 1911. This Edwardian castle on a hill was Pellatt’s life-long dream – and after three years, the nearly 200,000 square foot castle was completed. At the time, Casa Loma was the largest private residence in Canada. Sir Henry Pellatt and his wife lived there for just under ten years before they had abandon it due to financial troubles. Today, this architectural masterpiece offers self-guided multimedia tours and an unbeatable view of the city of Toronto.
Accessible Events and Festivals in Toronto – Winter 2023
- Cavalcade of Lights: From November 25, 2023, to January 7, 2024, the Cavalcade of Lights will return to Nathan Phillips Square, marking the festive period with its luminous presence since 1967. Easily reachable by the TTC Queen streetcar or the subway lines at Yonge and University, this event is a highlight of the city's winter festivities. The square will be aglow with the sparkle of over half a million LED lights, vibrant ice skating activities, and the city’s official Christmas tree — typically an 18-meter tall spruce.
- Glow Christmas: Mark your calendars for November 30 to December 31, 2022, as Toronto lights up with the festive spirit at Glow Christmas. This premier indoor festival brings the joy and magic of the season to life at Glow Toronto. Surrounded by a million sparkling lights, indulge in seasonal treats, sip on festive drinks, and find unique gifts. Explore the world with the ‘Around the World’ light experience and support local talent at the Merry Makers' Market. Enjoy live entertainment and create memorable moments with Santa and Mrs. Claus—all in the heart of Toronto.
- The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair: From November 3 to 12, 2023, Toronto’s Exhibition Place proudly hosts the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, the largest of its kind in the world. Known to locals as "The Royal," this event has evolved from a simple livestock show in 1922 into an expansive celebration of agriculture and equestrian arts. Visitors can explore a myriad of exhibits featuring thousands of animals, sample gourmet foods from top Canadian chefs, savor craft beers and ciders, and browse the works of visual artists. With activities like beekeeping demonstrations, wool auctions, cow milking, and artisan jam tastings, The Royal offers a family-friendly atmosphere that educates and entertains, embodying the spirit of Canadian agricultural heritage.
Accessible Events and Festivals in Toronto – Summer 2023
Toronto Jazz Festival: The Toronto Jazz Festival is scheduled to be held from June 23rd to July 2nd, 2023. This internationally renowned festival brings together jazz artists from around the world for an incredible celebration of the genre. With performances at various venues throughout the city, visitors can enjoy a diverse range of jazz styles, from classic to contemporary. The festival also offers workshops, panel discussions, and free outdoor concerts, creating a vibrant and inclusive atmosphere that showcases Toronto's thriving jazz scene.
Canada Day Celebrations: On July 1st, Toronto comes alive with patriotic fervor to celebrate Canada's birthday. The city hosts a range of festivities, including parades, live music concerts, firework displays, and cultural performances. From the iconic celebrations at Nathan Phillips Square to neighborhood events across the city, there are countless ways to join in the national pride and commemorate Canada's rich history and multicultural heritage.
Toronto Fringe Festival: The Toronto Fringe Festival takes place from July 5th to July 16th and showcases the vibrant and innovative performing arts scene in the city. This renowned event features independent theater, dance, comedy, and multidisciplinary performances at various venues. The festival provides a platform for emerging artists to showcase their talent and offers audiences a chance to discover unique and thought-provoking productions. With a diverse lineup of shows, the Toronto Fringe Festival is a must-attend event for theater enthusiasts and those seeking engaging and boundary-pushing performances.
Caribana Festival: Taking place from July 29th to August 7th, Caribana is one of the largest cultural festivals in North America, celebrating Caribbean culture and heritage. This vibrant event showcases a grand parade, live music, dancing, vibrant costumes, and delicious Caribbean cuisine. Visitors can immerse themselves in the energetic atmosphere and experience the rich traditions of the Caribbean community in Toronto. It will feature the iconic Caribana Parade, live music, dance performances, and delicious Caribbean cuisine.
Taste of Toronto: Food lovers rejoice in July as the Taste of Toronto festival arrives. This culinary event brings together renowned chefs, top restaurants, and local artisans to showcase the city's diverse culinary scene. Visitors can sample a variety of dishes, attend cooking demonstrations, and participate in interactive workshops. From international flavors to local delicacies, Taste of Toronto offers a gastronomic journey that highlights the city's thriving food culture.
Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF): TIFF is scheduled to take place from September 7th to September 17th, 2023. It is one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world. Filmmakers, industry professionals, and movie enthusiasts from around the globe gather in Toronto to experience the latest in cinema. TIFF showcases a wide range of films, from major Hollywood productions to independent gems. With red carpet premieres, Q&A sessions with filmmakers, and an electric atmosphere, this event offers a unique opportunity to be at the forefront of the film industry and witness outstanding cinematic creations.