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About 8000 volunteers helped to dismantle the 888,246 one-of-a-kind ceramic poppies that decorated the moat of England’s Tower of London and now the millions of British pounds raised from...
Green Lotus is staging its second anniversary Donate & Party event for marketing experts, small business owners and entrepreneurs and 100 percent of the proceeds go to YWCA Toronto’s Adopt-...
Bryan Adams will be honoured again for his charity work and social activism. At next year’s Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Awards in Toronto, the musician will receive the Allan...
Art Starts has been bringing professional artists and under-resourced neighbourhoods together in community-building arts programs across Toronto for 22 years, and it will host a fundraising “...
Hilary Weston, who served as Ontario’s 26th lieutenant governor, was among those recognized by Business for the Arts for their philanthropy and volunteerism. The individuals,...
Consuming can support sustaining. That’s the goal of More Than Just a Brew, an evening to sample specialty coffee, tea and baked goods in support of Evergreen’s outdoor education efforts...
Pink drinks, pink nails, pink cupcakes, pink eye shadow, pink-filled gift bags, all available in a pink house. Not just any house. For those familiar with Toronto’s Yorkville district, it...
Bands and solo artists of all genres in Canada and the UK are now eligible to enter American online music talent competition Bands4Good Challenge for a chance to win studio sessions, vocal coaching,...
When long-dormant bands reform, they are typically motivated by cash or nostalgia, not altruism. But when righteous reggae combo Fujahtive ascends the stage at Toronto’s Tattoo Queen West...
If weekly housecleaning and morning cartoons aren’t quite reason enough to spring out of bed early on Saturday morning, then a slate of free movies and deeply discounted snacks courtesy...

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