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Dr. Jason Morris Vision Source London
Dr Jason Morris

Our mission is to deliver you a complete, informative and distinct eye care experience that you will be inspired to share. Away from corporate influences and their churn, we believe in time and an unhurried environment. We are UNcorporate Optometry.

Studio Eye Care London is a private Optometric practice offering urgent eye care services, eye exams, glasses and contact lenses.

The practice was established in 1975. In 2009, Dr Jason Morris merged the part-time London practice in with his long established, multi-doc practice in St. Thomas. Dr Morris has since left the St. Thomas practice to focus on Vision Source London. Recently expanded, the location across from White Oaks Mall is now a beautiful, relaxed 2500 sq. ft. eye care facility.

The staff at Studio Eye Care London and Dr. Morris is committed to providing a very personal level of care and communication. With years of experience in eye care, we will work hard to simplify the complexities of eye health and eye care with patients.

Dr. Morris has special interest in occupational vision needs, concussive injury to the visual system and glaucoma management.

Doctor of Optometry - University of Waterloo 1994
Honors Bachelor of Science – University of Waterloo 1994
Registered Ontario College of Optometrists
Member Ontario Association of Optometrists
Member Canadian Association of Optometrists skiing easter egg

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Bruised, red, tender, swollen eyelids? - A very common complaint.  You should try a Bruder heat mask for relief.  Unclog those lid oil glands!

The Bruder Moisture Mask is a very effective, holistic approach to dry eye and unclogging eyelid glands.  Heating your eye lids enables/activates your own body to better produce the oils essential to create a great tear film.  The mask is far better than face cloths because it delivers sustained moist heat.   A face cloth will only stay warm for approximately 40 seconds and you need a minimum of 5 minutes to have a positive effect on lipid flow/production.  5 to 10 minutes of the Bruder mask followed by lid massage works wonders for dry eye sufferers.  

Dr. Morris uses the mask as cross-over product for dry eye sufferers + eyelid pain issues + those suffering from digital eye strain.

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Dr Morris loves to ski and loves to share favorite ski places. Whistler is great but there is so much choice for Western Canada skiing in the Rocky Mountains! Here is his hidden list of great skiing in Alberta and BC. (Eastern Canada coming soon!)

Sunshine Village Skiing
Sunshine Village - 2017

Western Canada Skiing

Whistler Blackcomb -

Largest in Canada – Peak to peak gondola

Favorite Runs – Blackcomb Glacier - anything around Kaleidoscope

Amazing Village, Après Ski and nightlife

Skied here dozens of time – snow unpredictable

Fly to Vancouver BC – easy access depending on traffic, ~2+hrs from Vancouver

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Sun Peaks -

Second Largest in Canada – Patrolled back country skiing/riding @ Mt Tod

Favorite Runs – Hat Trick & The Sticks

Good Village but limited night life

Skied here once (Dec/Jan) – upper elevations great snow, lower village poor coverage

Fly to Kamloops BC

Big White -

Known for great snow – ice climbing and many activities

Favorite Runs – Paradise & Paradise Glades

Good Village but limited night life

Skied here twice (Dec/Feb) – Great snow

Fly to Kelowna BC

Silver Star -

Known for great snow – tubing and many activities one price

Favorite Runs – Bon Diablo

Limited Village – would not stay here – 2 sides to mountain with long T bar traverse (the one’s boarders hate)

Skied here twice (Dec/Feb) – Great snow

Supposed to have a new Gondola soon to help lift lines

Fly to Kelowna BC, near Vernon BC

Fernie -

Not much Village – town of Fernie is cute – (hot tub time machine filmed here)

Favorite Runs – Anything into Currie bowl

Limited Village – huge range of terrain

Skied here twice (Jan/March) – Too warm in mid-March

Fly to Calgary – long drive

Kimberly -

One of few resorts with night skiing

Favorite Runs – Black forest Area

Skied here twice (Jan/March) – Too warm in mid-March

Fly to Calgary – long drive

Lake Louise -

Lots of great glades

Favorite Runs – Summit Platter down through Charlies choice & glades

Skied here many times – Part of (highly recommend)

Fly to Calgary – Drive – Stay in Banff or Lake Louise

Sunshine Village-

Wide open bowls – You park then take a gondola into village – you can ski in Alberta and BC as straddles border

Favorite Runs – Anything to the left of Mt Standish lift or Schoolmarm or the glades behind the lodge

Because of high elevation - you can ski here generally later in the season than anywhere else (PICTURE above is May 2017)

Skied here many times – Part of (highly recommend)

Fly to Calgary – Drive – Stay in Banff or Lake Louise

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Have tried a few times but poor snow or ice makes me want to drive a bit further for more consistent snow at Sunshine or Lake Louise.

Part of multi mountain pass - Great deal!

Fly to Calgary – Drive – Stay in Banff or Lake Louise


Great terrain – Great Steeps, great kid's program

Favorite Runs – Millennium , View of 1000 Peaks (smaller pic below)

Limited Village - Sleepy

Fly to Calgary – Drive – stay if you want to relax!

Check out Arrowhead micro brewery on the way in

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Kicking Horse

Known for Powder – massive bowls

Great terrain – Great Steeps – Advanced mountain (lower beginner’s area not good)

Favorite Runs – Sluiceway, Sliver Lining > Cloud Nine

Limited Village but town of Golden BC nice

Fly to Calgary – Drive – beautiful drive through the mountains – some very nice condos at base


I have not been – someday!

Red Mountain


I love this place - You NEED to get yourself here

Favorite Runs – Beer Belly, Cory's Run

Fly to Spokane Washington – ~ 250km drive North Across Border  or about 3 1/2 hours from Kelowna

Marmot Basin

I have not been – wish list

~400km from either Edmonton or Calgary – Jasper AB

Power Mountain Cat Skiing (Just South of Whistler)

Great guides and feels very safe backcountry - Many short runs at high elevation

Rent FAT powder skis min 100mm underfoot

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Have fun!!!

Jason Morris

Dr Morris' Vision Blog

21 August 2019

  • New RxMe! Service at Studio Eye Care
    Aug 12, 2019  |  Have you been tempted to by frames online from Amazon, GroupOn or eBay but thought "Where do get prescription lenses for these?    Are they going to do this for me?"     At Studio Eye Care, we have a wonderful curated selection of frames but completely understand that we do not have frames for every face and taste.   There are millions of styles and colours available today through countless online frame resellers...  If you have a great pair of frames but would like new prescription lenses… We can help!   See information and costs of RxMe! lenses HERE  Dr. j

  • National Nutrition Month and Eyes
    Feb 2019 | It's National Nutrition Month.  The Canadian Association of Optomtreists has a great post on nutrtion and your eyes.    Have a read >
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  • Sparks, Flashes and Rosemary
    Feb 2019 | Thanks to an 88 year old patient today for making my day!  He reported seeing spots in his vision when laying down to bed.  The eye care folks will appreciate the question but when I asked "Do you get any flashes or sparks of light?"... His answer - without hesitation - was "No... but there was this girl named Rosemary that gave me flashes and sparks!"  :)   Dr.j

  • Formaldhyde in Eyelash Glue
    Jan 2019 | I have posted on this before but I am seeing several women a month with eye/eyelid irritation after lash extensions.  Symptoms are excessive tearing, itchiness, redness and/or lid puffiness.   Be careful... the likely culprit (of the many chemicals in the glue) is formalin.   Most eyelash extension glues contain formaldehyde, a known carcinogen and an allergen to approx 20% of the population.   Try and verify that your eyelash folks use formaldehyde-free products.   Dr. J