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Emergency response teams from around the globe are in Nepal, assisting in search and rescue efforts and attending to the injured after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook the area of Kathmandu just...
Do you know the name Gaylord Nelson? He passed away in 1981 but what a legacy he left. It’s Earth Day, the 45th anniversary in fact. So how did this global environmental movement with more than...
Taylor Swift revealed publicly today that her mother has cancer. “I'd like to keep the details of her condition and treatment plans private, but she wanted you to know,” the...
A dirty initiative from the MS Society of Canada is taking an irreverent approach to fundraising. Called Muck MS Canada, the four upcoming events will see participants go over, under and through 15...
McMaster University students grumpy with exams or lack of sleep or assignment stress always get a smile from the dancing/singing Tim Horton’s employee Terri Marshall, at the Student Centre...
Imagine a world where everyone puts relationships first, it reads on the landing page of Relationships First. This is a new organization or movement singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette is putting her...
When #cutforzayn started trending on Twitter, following the departure of One Direction’s Zayn Malik from the teen-adored British pop group last week, the UK mental health charity Mind issued a...
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...

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