The BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT GROUP is yet another consulting type firm designed to make money and at the same time insert the ideas of L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology into mainstream society. Owned by long time clams Larry Bonifacio and his wife Marlene Bonifacio. Toronto critics know of Larry Bonifacio when he started up the now closed Toronto Danforth Mission. http://businessimprovementgroup.ca/about They offer consulting services and workshops. One such workshop is the Personal Efficiency Workshop and one called Success Through Communication. http://businessimprovementgroup.ca/personal-efficiency-workshop.html I http://businessimprovementgroup.ca/how-to-achieve-goals-and-success-seminar.html http://www.truthaboutscientology.com/stats/by-name/i/imie-belanger.html Another one is called the Emotional Tone Scale Workshop. http://businessimprovementgroup.ca/emotional-tone-scale-workshop.html Personal Efficiency Course Graduates Tone Scale Grads There are more photos at the website. Check it out. It is a simple uncluttered site so looking through it won't be a chore, I assure you. I am not from Toronto so I can't be sure but it looks like they are located in some district that has a lot of ethnic groups. The Church of Scientology of Toronto has a history of insinuating itself into the various ethnic and immigrant communities; communities that seem largely ignorant of what members of this forum already know about Scientology. You could even say that non-immigrants to Canada know more about Scientology than immigrants. This is not a slight, immigrants have got a lot more to worry and think about. In the light of this, what Larry and Marlene Bonifacio are doing makes perfect sense and the photos here and on the site seem to confirm it. I knew both Larry and Marlene a long time ago. Larry is a very intelligent man; always has been smart and very foxy but both of them are very hard working and energetic people. I wouldn't underestimate either of them. On top of that, they are fully committed Scientologists who were also past staff members in Alberta. Alberta being the place where both Yvette Shank, Al Buttnor, Muriel Dufresne, and Pat Felske worked out of.