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Bernie Ashe â€¹ OSEG
www.oseg.ca, 3 Nov 2014 [cached]
www.globetechnology.com, 25 May 2001 [cached]
Even though Bronwen Heins is the busy president of an Ottawa real-estate firm , when her three-year-old daughter is stacking blocks , playing with dolls , throwing her food or napping angelically while at daycare , her mother doesn't have to miss a thing.
That's because digital video-recording technology combined with the Internet lets her
keep a real-time eye on her
preschooler Mehana's antics.Whenever Ms. Heins feels like tuning in , she
can fire up the computer on her
desk and watch live streaming video of her
daughter's daycare day.
Mehana attends the Kanata Research Park Family Centre , a non-profit daycare in the heart of Ottawa's high-tech neighbourhood , which is working to make live video available to all parents over the Internet by July.
A handful of parents , including Ms. Heins
, has been testing the technology since February.When the system is fully operational this summer , parents will be able to log on to the Net from any computer , head to the daycare's Web site and type in a password to open up windows displaying their toddlers finger-painting or having lunch.
The cameras are on 24 hours a day and , from strategic positions in the corners above each program room , capture wide-angle views of what is happening.
The footage is digitized , compressed and streamed to a video server.Through a broadband connection , the live footage is transmitted instantaneously from the server to the Web site , where parents can view what's being captured by the cameras in real time.
excited because of what the technology lets her
do.It's not about checking up on the teachers.It's about interacting with [ my ] child.The best part is that it keeps me closer to my child , says Ms. Heins
, who runs Kanata Research Park Corp.
, the landlord and property manager of the high-tech research park.
Board of Trustees
www.rohcg.on.ca, 18 Dec 2005 [cached]
Bronwen Heins Ms. Heins is the President of Kanata Research Park Corporation, the owner and developer of one of the largest high technology campuses in Ontario.She also founded Kanata Research Park Construction, a corporation that constructs all facilities in the Park, and the Kanata Research Park Family Centre, a not-for-profit childcare centre.
Boomtown - Ottawa Citizen Online
www.ottawacitizen.com, 2 Oct 2000 [cached]
Bronwen Heins , the 40-year-old lawyer who looks after Matthews' growing real-estate empire , was legal counsel for Newbridge in its earliest years.
...Bronwen Heins , president , Kanata Research Park CorpA razor-sharp lawyer , Heins signed_up with KRPC as general counsel in 1996 , just as the real-estate operation was snapping up hundreds of acres of land near Newbridge headquarters
BRONWEN HEINS - VICE ...
www.tdplace.ca, 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
BRONWEN HEINS - VICE PRESIDENT
Bronwen Heins was appointed Vice President of OSEG in October 2010 to manage and coordinate the implementation of the Lansdowne Transformation Plan, including the development of design, contractual engagement of general contractors, completion of documentation for legal closure and all construction activities for OSEG.
also manages the partnership between OSEG
and the City of Ottawa for design and construction matters and co-ordination, with the developers, of the residential and office components.
brings over 25-years of commercial real estate development experience to her
She previously worked as a real estate consultant to the Federal Government, was Vice President Commercial Development for The Regional Group of Companies, was President of Kanata Research Park Corporation, which developed the acclaimed Kanata Research Office Park, The Marshes Golf Course and Brookstreet Hotel, and Ms. Heins also served as General Counsel for The Glenview Corporation.
has a proven track record in real estate development and asset management from acquisition through planning, design, construction, leasing and management of commercial, recreational and residential projects.
She also served as a Member of the Board of Directors of the Royal Ottawa Hospital and Royal Ottawa Health Care Foundation, 2003-2005.