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Remember that hideously ugly sweater that your Aunt sent you last Christmas that’s currently contaminating your chest-of-drawers? Well, you can exhume it out of mothballs and help The Children...
They’ve been called “visionary philanthropists.” After spending time at five Toronto hospitals and observing their needs, the Slaight family will donate $50 million to be split...
Three moustache-wearing friends have been riding their mountain bikes across Canada for Movember and freezing rain in the Prairies stopped them. Despite crosswinds blustering at 35km an hour, 26-year...
Jack Johnson views altruism and music as inseparable. While the Hawaii-based singer/songwriter and surf enthusiast may be best known to beer-glugging college kids for unhurried, sun-drenched acoustic...
Holocaust survivor Franka Kon and the inspiration behind the Yellow Rose Project had been waiting her whole life to attend her senior prom. That celebration finally came one evening in June 2011 in...
Hockey Hall of Famers, including Darryl Sittler, Paul Coffey and Marcel Dionne, recently joined hundreds of road hockey-playing fans, musicians and media personalities for Road Hockey to Conquer...
ONEHOPE was launched six years ago by eight Southern Californian wine industry colleagues eager to make a difference and so far has raised more than $1 million for various non-profits through a...
To the delight of multiple volunteer cat rescue and advocacy groups, the City of Toronto, once regarded as hostile on the issue of homeless cats, has declared Oct. 16 to 22 Feral Cat Awareness Week...
A towel made of plastic bottles? How on earth? Hot yoga is a sweaty, messy, laundry-intensive business. Yet most yogis pride themselves on being gentle with Mother Earth, so how to reconcile...
Sarah Harmer is tackling another goliath. The Ontario-born singer-songwriter who joined forces with the Environmental Defence and successfully prevented a quarry from being built, is now going up...

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