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Recent News

  • Office closed

    April 13, 2018
    The office will be closed on Friday April 13th as we will be away gaining more knowledge and staying updated to continue providing exceptional service to our clients.

    We will re-open on Monday April 16th.



  • WINTER SALE!!!

    January 25, 2018
    Tired of the cold, and winter? Brighten up your day with this incredible deal! It's perfect for your next trip or just to update your look for 2018. We have a wide selection of quality sunglasses for men and women and offer excellent optics. Your eyes will thank you! We promise.

    mfec winter promo 2018




  • New Year.... New Hours!

    January 05, 2018
    We are happy to announce that we are now open 5 days a week to better serve you.
    Call us at 705-722-8548 or book online for your convenience.


    Direct billing available to most insurance providers
    Annual exams for children 19 and under and adults 65 and older are OHIP insured

    Updated hours Jan 2018

  • Use it or Lose It 2017

    November 27, 2017
    It's almost the end of the year. Make the most of your vision care benefits before they expire.
    Book your appointment today (by phone or online) to schedule your eye exam OR purchase that new pair of glasses, top up your contact lens supply or protect your eyes with a pair of quality prescription sunglasses.

    We will also be open on Friday December 29th to service any last minute needs. 

    We look forward to seeing you soon!
  • Partial Solar Eclipse - August 21, 2017

    August 16, 2017
    Next week Monday we'll have the opportunity to see a solar eclipse. For our part of the country we will get to see a partial eclipse where approximately 70% of the sun will be covered by the moon as it passes. Reminder: DO NOT directly look at the eclipse. If you do plan on observing this event please take precautions like wearing ISO 12312-2 eclipse glasses that meet the safety standard. Viewing any amount of direct sunlight can seriously damage (burn) your retina leading to blind spots and permanent vision loss. Check out this video on how to safely enjoy an eclipse!

    http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/space/watch-eclipse-safely.html