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For nearly half a century, Japanese-born avant-garde artist Yoko Ono has been a figurehead and ambassador for social change. She continues to be a vocal supporter of women’s and gay rights, as...
In the music industry, he is the rapper/producer formerly known as Solitair and now goes by Silver, but outside music he’s known by his birthname Sheldon Pitt, the executive director of ...
Canadian Samaritans have the chance to be recognized by the federal government and win some money to donate to their favourite non-profit. Conservative leader Stephen Harper, Canada's 22nd...
Neil Young hasn't attended the Juno Awards in 29 years, but the Canadian music legend will be on hand to accept the 2011 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award at the 40th anniversary show, March 27, at...
The outside walls of the circus tent are painted with many images and words, none more appropriate to describe this man as “The Amazing Spencer J. Harrison in his titillating incomparable...
Once again, legendary singer-songwriter Andy Kim has rounded up an impressive line-up of talent to join him at his annual charity concert in Toronto. This year's Andy Kim Christmas Show, at the...
Terri Clark, Michelle Wright, Dean Brody, Ridley Bent and Emerson Drive join another two dozen Canadian country artists on the charity single/video “Standing Strong and True (For Tomorrow),...
Scissor Sisters multi-instrumentalist Babydaddy has been supporting The Gender and Sexuality Advocacy and Education Program at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., long...
It’s so simple it sounds almost trite, and yet it’s true: something as everyday as a bicycle can, in the right circumstances, actually change a life. That’s the take-away from a new...
Back in May, country-pop singer Taylor Swift donated a half a million dollars to the victims of the Tennessee flood. On her last birthday, December 13, she gave $250,000 dollars to various...

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