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A Chicago area family that needed some babysitting help received assistance from a very unlikely source — members of the Chicago Blackhawks hockey team. In a video posted on the team's...
With the Toronto Blue Jays in the Major League Baseball (MLB) playoffs for the first time in over two decades Jays fever is through the (Skydome) roof not just in the 416, but all across Canada....
Canadians craving a Dairy Queen Blizzard might want to mark Thursday, Aug. 13 in their calendars as that's the chain's Miracle Treat Day to help support the Children's Miracle...
Toronto singer-songwriter Hayden who released his latest album, Us Alone, in early 2013, finally has had time to put on his dream concert — a benefit for Beverley Street School designed for...
Retired roller girl Tanya Anthony didn’t walk by the young man in the wheelchair asking for money outside Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens to help his service dog; she stopped to talk to him...
Skateboarding and skateboarders attract all sorts of labels, many pejorative: subversive, dangerous, antisocial, annoying, daredevil-ish, thrilling, and just for kids. Jay Mandarino is determined to...
Singer-songwriter Justin Hines should get a medal for bravery; he’s rappelled down a skyscraper for charity. But he just received a medal equally as cool. He was named to The Order of Ontario,...
Young and the Restless star Kate Linder, who plays Esther Valentine on the top-rated soap opera known as Y&R, returns to Toronto Dec. 8 for the second annual High Tea to raise money for the...
A mix of Canadian Walk of Fame inductees surprised some selfless Canadians for a new six-part television series, currently airing on Global. In Walk The Walk, musicians Nelly Furtado, Tom...
Two summers ago, Michelle Amerie took a deep breath and began rappelling down all 32 storeys of the Rio Can building in downtown Toronto to benefit Easter Seals. The kicker: She did it in a...

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