Developing Countries

How do you educate children in the world’s poorest countries? It’s a towering question and one that might be solved, at least in part, by a perhaps unlikely trifecta of star power,...
Dare To Wear Love, the swish annual Canadian fashion gala founded by Hoax Couture designers Jim Searle and Chris Tyrell, is set or May 12 at Toronto’s Ritz Carlton. The event has raised...
Rush may be loud onstage but the legendary Canadian rock band, which has sold more than 40 million albums in 40 years, is quiet off stage, especially when it comes to philanthropy.   The...
Toronto teen Aidan Aird, an enterprising student at St. Brother Andre Catholic High School and winner of the 2016's Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Award, invented a couple of tools that...
Bruce Cockburn will need to clear some space on the proverbial mantel. On Wednesday (Feb. 15), the legendary Canuck singer/songwriter and activist received the inaugural People's Voice Award from...
You could win yourself a private U2 concert experience or an afternoon drinking tea with U2 lead singer Bono and actress Julia Roberts by supporting the (RED) charity to combat HIV/AIDS. Created...
Singer-pianist Chantal Kreviazuk is offering to perform a concert in someone's home to support War Child Canada to the highest bidder. The member of the Order of Canada and multiple Juno Award...
A little known fact about the Rolling Stones’ historic free concert in Havana, Cuba, for 1.2 million people back in March is that while the band was in town they led a musician-to-musician...
Tom Cochrane's highway has also been World Vision Canada's. Honouring both the Canadian singer and songwriter's 25-year humanitarian association with Christian charity organization World...
Singer Edwin, who has rejoined his original rock band I Mother Earth to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their double-platinum album Scenery & Fish, told a sold-out hometown crowd at Toronto...

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