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What should we do with those K-Cups? What do we do with “unrecyclable” items? Long-standing office supply chain Grand & Toy, operating since 1882 and now an ecommerce site also driven...
For oddities of nature — tiny cows and deadly insects, say, or extremely tall or old people — breaking a Guinness World Record is a snap. But some records, like the one Kevin Ker...
Today (Jan. 16) is Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States, honouring one of the great leaders in America's civil rights movement. Held each year on what would've been King's...
When Shelley Saywell’s 2015 documentary, Lowdown Tracks, earned rave reviews and awards at its initial screenings, there was an unexpected consequence — the release of the soundtrack...
Toronto indie folk act The Wooden Sky will be helping refugees this week when they perform three shows as part of their 7th annual holiday revue. Formed in 2007, The Wooden Sky are a classic...
Actor, singer and philanthropist Tom Jackson, known for his roles in such popular TV fare as North Of 60, Street Legal, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Chicago Hope, was living in a crawl...
The W. Garfield Weston Foundation has donated $5 million to the farmer-driven, environmentally-friendly ALUS Canada and transformed the organization into a Weston Family Initiative. The...
For Commonwealth countries, November 11, better known as Remembrance Day, is a period of deep reflection. The annual memorial day first began in 1919 to recall the end of hostilities of World War I...
Fire Song, by Canadian writer and director Adam Garnet Jones, is an LGBT drama never told before on screen and it is one that goes above and beyond the focus of sexuality. Released today (Nov. 8) on...
If they know what’s good for them, dogs had better watch their backs.  There’s a new pet therapy animal in the mix that’s every bit as cute and cuddly as those ubiquitous...

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