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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...
Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. Around the world, 27 million people are in bondage, sold into servitude for sexual slavery and forced labour. Even more horrifying is that the...
Country music singer Brett Kissel, who tonight (Oct. 6) will receive the Allan Slaight Honour at Canada’s Walk of Fame in Toronto, recognizing young, inspirational Canadian musicians, is...
Between 2007 and 2016, the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada were locked in lengthy, sometimes Herculean struggle across the courts of...
In his directorial debut, Coming Out, Alden Peters tackles an issue that seems to be losing some of its relevance these days with the younger millennial generation — officially coming out...
Arab Spring was a time of hope throughout the Middle East in 2011 and the country of Syria was no exception. People took to the streets to protest the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad...
West Coast hip hop artist Cityreal has a whole lot of experience he wants to pass on.  After several years on the road, supporting such acts as Ghostface Killah, Ice Cube, K'naan, Tech N9ne...

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