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The Andy Kim Christmas concert has become an annual thing in Toronto, selling out, attracting an assortment of Canadian talent to the stage and most importantly raising money for various charities....
Consuming can support sustaining. That’s the goal of More Than Just a Brew, an evening to sample specialty coffee, tea and baked goods in support of Evergreen’s outdoor education efforts...
If weekly housecleaning and morning cartoons aren’t quite reason enough to spring out of bed early on Saturday morning, then a slate of free movies and deeply discounted snacks courtesy...
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...
When A&W Canada staged its annual nationwide fundraiser Cruisin’ To End MS last month, Canadians were reminded that this country has the highest incidence of multiple sclerosis in the...
The 39th Toronto International Film Festival kicks off tonight at the TIFF Bell Lightbox with the 3rd Annual TIFF Gala and a marquee speaker, Academy Award-winning actor Al Pacino.  The intimate...
A new film festival in Connecticut launching in 2015 will be the first to come out of the gate with an official charity association and make philanthropy an actual part of its mandate. The Greenwich...
Sometimes altruism emerges from surprising places. Take the case of OfficeMax Grand & Toy, the marquee office supply company known for school and office essentials like printer cartridges, paper...
Katy Perry posted a message about the use of her song “Unconditionally” in a new music video for UNICEF that brought together HIV positive and HIV negative young people “and asked...
Rapper and entrepreneur Madchild, one-third of the multi-platinum-selling Canadian hip hop group Swollen Members and founder of the indie label Battleaxe, talks openly about blowing half-million...

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