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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 inaugural #NoHairSelfie campaign that raised $1.8 million for The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation in Toronto is going global, Paul Alofs, president and CEO of PMCF, tells Samaritanmag...
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...
“Thanks for keeping your mouth shut,” the young man speaks to the camera during a party scene in which he’s removing the jacket from a passed-out girl as his friend films. “...
A tribute concert featuring ex Cream drummer Ginger Baker, Joss Stone, Jethro Tull’s Ian Anderson, Roxy Music’s Phil Manzanera, Level 42’s Mark King and Living Colour’s Vernon...
It’s Friday — the weekend is here. Are you feeling happy? Well, it is International Day of Happiness, as declared by the United Nations. Yes, the United Nations, so if you got out of the...
Why are some students switching schools or, in some cases, making a daily two-hour round trip to attend Terry Fox Secondary School in Port Coquitlam, B.C.? Two words: Steve Sainas. As the music...
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...
The 13th annual Take Action Tour, headlined by Christian metalcore band Memphis May Fire, has kicked off in the U.S. and hits 19 cities through April 4. Besides raising money for the Living The Dream...
“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...

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