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How far would you go for a virtual stranger? Palestinian visitor Khaled Khatib is willing to walk 500 kilometres in the blistering cold to help Toronto’s Anthony Socci find a matching kidney...
For 19 years The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR) has promoted its Have A Heart program at 2500 schools across Canada. Students sell heart-o-grams to help raise money and awareness for...
The humble penny's days as useable currency may be over by decree of Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, but thanks to the efforts of intrepid Canadian schoolchildren, the one-cent coin is...
Dell Canada has donated its first mobile tech unit to St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club in Toronto to make new technology accessible to clubs that don’t have permanent computer labs in...
Billy Talent, Kardinal Offishall, Sarah Harmer, Lights and Kay are among the Canadian musicians who reflected on their own childhood for a series of online video clips, as part of War Child Canada...
Over the past nine years, The Build-A-Bear Workshop Huggable Heroes program has found some impressive kids. The 400-store chain, which sells make-your-own stuffed animals, holds an annual search for...
Canadian philanthropists Emmanuelle Gattuso and husband Allan Slaight, along with the Slaight family, have pledged $50 million over the next 10 years to The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, the...
For most people, January is a time of resolutions though few survive past the end of the month. But there is one thing folks can do that will have an enduring and positive impact throughout the...
While the National Hockey League lockout continues, members of the Toronto Maple Leafs camp, including president and general manager Brian Burke and head coach Randy Carlyle, were at their stomping...
Forget a blow-up Santa or snowman on your lawn. How about a massive, colourful reindeer? The unique art installation of oversized acrylic reindeer in Los Angeles has raised more than $15,200 so...

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