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The widespread devastation from bushfires in Australia has reached unprecedented levels this season. Right now 2,700 firefighters and along with 3,000 army reserve and specialists have been activated...
An innuendo-stuffed homage to sausage rolls may end up being the number one song in the United Kingdom over Christmas and it's all for a good cause. LadBaby's "I Love Sausage Rolls...
Toronto klezmer punk band Lemon Bucket Orchestra, their musical offshoots and friends will be using a pair of upcoming "Lemon-Aid" shows to support worthy causes. Taking place at Toronto...
Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Matt Murray will be auctioning off a historic set of equipment to support area LGBTQ causes. The National Hockey League player is donating his custom-made set of...
While the debate is still ongoing as to whether the firing of high-profile hockey coach Mike Babcock by the Toronto Maple Leafs was a good thing, one group of people have benefitted from his...
Michigan rock band Wayland want to expand the conversation about mental health and high-profile friends in Shinedown, Three Doors Down and Candlebox are helping them get heard. The band's just...
Toronto pop singer Scott Helman will be creating a wall mural installation and releasing a song to raise awareness about the ongoing climate crisis. The "Bungalow" and "PDA"...
A new project is using the joy people feel experiencing their most favourite and moving songs and weaponizing those feelings to fund science that will fight anxiety and depression. The Awesome...
WE Day is coming to Edmonton, Alberta on Oct. 22 and bringing with it high-profile names like country musician Brett Kissel, retired athlete and actor Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and television personality...
Toronto-raised Aladdin actor Mena Massoud knows Canada prizes diversity as a strength, but insists he didn't get much help from the Canadian entertainment industry in landing the titular role in...

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