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Close to 170 event took place in Canada today (Sept. 27) as part of the massive Global Climate Strike movement, according to environmentalist organizer website Fridays For Future Canada (FFFC), which...
When you wander through The Canadian National Exhibition,  the end-of-summer Toronto fair commonly called The Ex which launched in 1879 and now attracts more than 1.5 million people, you are...
Metallica lead singer James Hetfield has donated 10 classic cars to the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, CA. Included in Hetfield's donations are a 1948 Jaguar “Black Pearl...
Youth Employment Services (YES) is partnering with Citi Foundation, the  philanthropic arm of financial institution Citibank, to help disadvantaged Canadian youth gain personal and...
Four Hamilton, Ontario-based companies have come together to create 25 custom guitars out of wood from a historic local building that will be sold to support An Instrument For Every Child, a key...
The Grammy Museum is giving $200,000 USD ($262,450 CAD) to 15 different organizations to do scientific music-related research and preserve important musical archives. The money is coming from the...
When the government is your parent, as Valerie McMurtry, president and CEO of the Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada, puts it in a nutshell, what happens to the kids that age out of the...
“How can we put more meaning into life?" Melissa Etheridge asks at one point during her interview with Samaritanmag. She’s discussing the domino effect she believes can happen...
Toronto business executive Jim Leech has enjoyed philanthropic leadership roles with such foundations as Mastercard and Toronto General & Western Hospital, but the Association of Fundraising...
With the 50th running of the Canadian Grand Prix at Montreal's Circuit Gilles Villeneuve underway, Artists for Peace and Justice held its inaugural charity event in Montreal June 8 at...

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