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When the members of Huntington Beach, California reggae rock band Dirty Heads were recording their fourth album, 2014's Sound of Change, last year, they had an epiphany. In the album'...
Jim Lowther, the founder and president of volunteer-run organization Vets Canada (formerly registered as Veterans' Emergency Transition Services Canada) which has 140,000 members,...
It’s now officially summer.  And that means just about everyone — but especially those in northern climes, like Canada — is spending every possible moment outdoors, maximizing...
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 &...
If there are more people than normal on the streets or in your workplace wearing plaid this Friday, June 19, it's not because Canada has suddenly been invaded by (more) lumberjacks, it's...
On Friday, June 5, food fans across Canada and the U.S. will celebrate a date that should actually be a civic holiday in the minds of many, National Doughnut Day. More than just the...
Buffy Sainte-Marie was 23 when she released her first album, It’s My Way, in 1964, and 51-years later the title track serves as the leadoff to her new album, Power in the Blood. “I’...
Toronto Argonauts Chad Owens has gone public with a crowdfunding campaign to help a young fan who is going through stage 4 metastatic neuroblastoma, a form of cancer that affects the nerves and bones...
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...
Magic! frontman Nasri Atweh knew his charity of choice would involve music, kids and the school system. He just didn’t know what it would be, he told Samaritanmag last May. His older...

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