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Nineteen-year-old Albertan country singer Tenille has been “playing it forward” for a number of years now, knowing there are many kids that don’t have it as good as she may. Her...
Noted Canadian singer-songwriter Tom Cochrane has been a lot of places and seen a lot of things, but one of his most poignant experiences occurred when he spent two-and-a-half weeks traveling through...
Rock 'n’ roll band by night; eco-warriors by day. These dual roles are being played across North America by Victoria, BC reggae-infused rockers Mindil Beach Markets, whose members became...
“I feel about nervous about this. I think it’s going to be intense. So we’ll see. It’ll be awesome. It’s going to be amazing,” British singer-songwriter Kate...
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...
Most would agree the problems facing Africa are many and complex. They are also interdependent which means solving one crisis invariably impacts another, hopefully in a positive way. The trick is...
Canadian non-profit and registered charitable organizations with pre-existing music programs and those that want to introduce a music program to complement their current programming are eligible for...
British singer-songwriter Kate Nash is in Ghana right now. She was feeling a million emotions about the trip when she spoke with Samaritanmag in Toronto to promote her upcoming album, Girl Talk, (out...
For 19 years The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) has promoted its Have A Heart program at 2500 schools across Canada. Students sell heart-o-grams to help raise money and awareness for...
Dell Canada has donated its first mobile tech unit to St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club in Toronto to make new technology accessible to clubs that don’t have permanent computer labs in...

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