Toronto

When Harry Potter wants objects to levitate, he waves his magic wand while intoning “wingardium leviosa!” But as any yoga practitioner can tell you, freeing the mind also induces...
The World Wildlife Fund will be launching the inaugural Pandamonium event at Toronto’s Andrew Richard Designs on June 23, and promises an evening of dramatic contrasts in “a celebration...
Of the hundreds of films screening at this year’s Hot Docs documentary film festival – happening in Toronto April 28 to May 8 – few will be as emotionally charged or potentially...
Shot in cities around the world, including Los Angeles, Toronto, Sao Paolo, Berlin and Copenhagen, Bikes vs Cars documents the often contentious relationship between cyclists and drivers,...
To the delight of multiple volunteer cat rescue and advocacy groups, the City of Toronto, once regarded as hostile on the issue of homeless cats, has declared Oct. 16 to 22 Feral Cat Awareness Week...
Liz Marshall knows the topic of animal rights is a tough subject. She knows most people would rather look away. That’s why she calls them “the ghosts”: animals used by humans for...
Kevin DeAbreu and his wife Kathy have managed to acquire 13 signed guitars by the likes of Rush, Blue Rodeo, Finger Eleven and Anne Murray since starting Music Heals The Soul last August in...
FreeHand, an art auction benefitting War Child, features 50 works from established and emerging contemporary artists, along with another six created by children from War Child’s...
Fundraisers don’t come more worthwhile than one planned next month for four-year-old Tristen Silva. Just days before Christmas 2012, Tristen was diagnosed acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)...
If you’re a parent who is strapped by a limited income but still wishes you could spoil your children with various toys, an alternative solution might be closer than you think. Most family...

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