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Socially conscious apparel company TOMS is taking on schoolyard bullies. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of their new StandUp Youth Backpack Collection will go towards the No Bully and...
Coca-Cola Middle East has released a video to tackle societal prejudice and remove the labels put on people for the Muslim observance of Ramadan. The almost three-minute clip, which has been...
The MusiCounts TD Community Music Program is providing a quarter-of-a-million dollars to give 19 community-based music programs across Canada access to musical instruments, education and engagement...
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...
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...
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...
For the past month, Juno Award-winning synth-pop singer Lights has had her own Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt, a cookie dough base called Up We Dough, a play on the title of her gold hit single,...
Going to a movie these days can be an overwhelming experience for anyone. Theatres are loud, busy places after all; that is their nature. So imagine the struggles people with autism (and their...
Ron Kaplan, co-founder of the Monterey International booking agency — representing such top artists as Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Guy, David Lee Roth and Great Big Sea — would see many...
At first you think it’s a mistake. The exact same nasty comments are repeated, not once, but twice in the 2015 Bell Let’s Talk commercial to raise awareness about mental health issues....

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