Adrian Sutherland

Features

In 1969 some 400 hundred students at Sir George Williams University in Montreal, Quebec staged an occupation of the school's computer lab on the ninth floor. The reason: six students of...
CHICAGO — To say that Farm Aid, the annual music festival fundraiser for family farms and farmers, “celebrated” its 30th anniversary this month at Northerly Island would be a bit of...
Joe Keithley's long time motto has been "talk-action=zero" and it's clear the politically-inclined 59-year-old leader of first generation punk band D.O.A. has no intention of...
Sun Life Financial has been around more than 150 years and is one of the biggest insurance companies in the world. It’s not the most exciting topic, and even if you have insurance, it’s...
When Arrow actor Stephen Amell and WWE superstar Neville defeated Stardust and King Barrett at the pro wrestling promotion's marquee Summerslam event on Aug. 23, it wasn't just a win...
Trying to change the world does not exempt anyone from criticism. Take Greenpeace. The Canadian-born, now-global environmental organization, whose beginnings are documented in the new film How to...
As the hot summer days continue to blaze away, there's been one uncomfortable situation that continues to pop up in news stories — family pets being left in sweltering cars while...
When the members of Huntington Beach, California reggae rock band Dirty Heads were recording their fourth album, 2014's Sound of Change, last year, they had an epiphany. In the album'...
Avril Lavigne isn’t letting Lyme Disease stop her from doing a world of good for others.  The philanthropic singer is still recovering from the debilitating illness that is caused by the...
Jim Lowther, the founder and president of volunteer-run organization Vets Canada (formerly registered as Veterans' Emergency Transition Services Canada) which has 140,000 members,...

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