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On Sunday, June 19, more than a dozen cities across Canada will host the Father’s Day Walk/Run for Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC). This high-profile event is the second largest awareness-and-...
Neil and Pegi Young’s Bridge School in Hillsborough, California, was a much-needed, one-of-a-kind school for children with severe speech and physical impairments when it opened in...
Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada can’t grant trips to the moon, but some 16,000 other wishes have been fulfilled in its 25-plus-year history. Its mandate is simple — kids aged...
In the video for her song “Sunflower,” from her 2009 debut album, Famous, country singer Stacey Zegers presents a poignant anti-bullying message. A victim herself of childhood...
Many people get behind causes and charities and musicians are often asked to become spokespeople, "ambassadors" or simply perform at a fundraising event when they reach even a modicum of...
As Japan continues to pinball between almost incomprehensible disasters, the world is stepping up to help. And Canada is no exception. In addition to the federal government — which has...
It isn't often that a husband gets to fulfill a wife's dying wish as passionately and successfully as Terry Eagan has over the past decade with the introduction of Mary Eagan Healing Gardens...
Standing next to five tonnes of fully grown Asian elephant is not an everyday experience. Neither is having a half pineapple deftly snatched from your hands by a six-foot-long grey probing trunk. But...
Toronto-based filmmaker Kathleen Mullen knows a thing or two about bittersweet success. Her latest film, the gripping documentary Breathtaking, investigates the Canadian asbestos industry. Valued...
“Your face is your calling card to the world,” begins Dr. Peter A. Adamson’s new book, Fabulous Faces, which focuses on the motivations and transformations of more than 30 of...

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