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A day out at the movies ain’t cheap these days, but this Saturday Canada’s Cineplex Entertainment is presenting an event that extends good will to everyone — and it’s not even...
They shot, and they scored! Over 1500 athletes — some, weathered NHL pros and others, regular Joes — laced up at Toronto's Ontario Place on October 1 for the first annual Road...
The Amy Winehouse Foundation, which will benefit various youth and children’s projects and charities throughout the world, is now active, but until it is fully up and...
Austin, Texas’ South By Southwest (SXSW) is one of the top conference brands in the world with its long-running SXSW Music, SXSW Film and SXSW Interactive, and this October it will debut ...
A month after the hoopla of the Toronto International Film Festival has subsided, another Toronto film festival begins, this one entirely focused on films with an environmental angle. ...
The specific Out of the Shadows campaign is over, but Evanescence singer-pianist Amy Lee won’t ever stop bringing to light the realities of epilepsy.  Her brother, Robby, had his first...
New Democratic Party leader Jack Layton lost his battle with cancer today, but in a final letter to Canadians dated August 20, the 61-year-old urged others diagnosed with the deadly disease to...
Artists United For Children and Youth Development (AUCAYD) in war-torn Sierra Leone has formed its own label, AUCAYD Records, and released its debut album, Give Some Little Love, available...
 Charitable creative arts training centre The Remix Project, open to youth from disadvantaged backgrounds in Toronto, has started a record label, Honest Music, and signed a deal with...
Four palettes and 1.15 million tables and sachets were deployed to Kenya yesterday (July 28), the latest salvo to fight the drought in Eastern Africa. Provided by GlobalMedic’s Rapid...

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