Sean Plummer

Trying to change the world does not exempt anyone from criticism. Take Greenpeace. The Canadian-born, now-global environmental organization, whose beginnings are documented in the new film How to...
Deciding which Samaritanmag-wheelhouse topics to discuss with actress Susan Sarandon was not easy. The Oscar winner, known for roles in such films as The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Thelma &...
Losing a pet can be one of the most painful experiences in a person’s life. Cuddle Clones is a business that offers custom sewn plush toy replicas of your pet — from cats and dogs to owls...
A dirty initiative from the MS Society of Canada is taking an irreverent approach to fundraising. Called Muck MS Canada, the four upcoming events will see participants go over, under and through 15...
Shot in cities around the world, including Los Angeles, Toronto, Sao Paolo, Berlin and Copenhagen, Bikes vs Cars documents the often contentious relationship between cyclists and drivers,...
Glen Canning, the father of cyberbullying victim Rehtaeh Parsons, addressed the United Nations earlier this month as part of their Violence in the Digital Age: New Approaches to Cyber-Abuse of Girls...
The 12th annual Toronto edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival opens this week, including a screening of The Salt of the Earth, the Oscar-nominated new film by Buena Vista Social Club...
Canadian actress Laura Vandervoort, who spent several years on TV shows Smallville and Instant Star, and now stars in werewolf drama Bitten, has long been involved with charity work. She has...
“Hi, honey-bunnies. Quick question: have you had the best night of your life? Ever? On Earth? Yet? Well, you could. With me. For a good cause.” That is how Avengers: Age of Ultron...
Hellyeah singer Chad Grey laughs when asked if he plans to give blood after he gets back home after his band’s 23-date North American tour ends March 8 in Atlanta, Ga. The metal group –...

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