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Typhoon Haiyan, the horrifically strong tropical cyclone that slammed the Philippines Nov. 8, leaving an estimated 10,000 dead and tens of thousands more displaced, is poised to emerge as one of the...
Toronto-based singer-songwriter Mary Stewart is hoping tomorrow’s (Nov. 1) Reason For Hope 2013 fundraising concert in memory of her mother will bring in another $5000 for the organization....
There’s still time to step up and help Metric singer Emily Haines raise money for Canadian charity MusiCounts through her partnership with Kiehl’s. For every product sold online at kiehls...
A mix of Canadian Walk of Fame inductees surprised some selfless Canadians for a new six-part television series, currently airing on Global. In Walk The Walk, musicians Nelly Furtado, Tom...
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...
Beau’s All Natural Brewing Company will split $75,000 raised from its recent signature Oktoberfest charity event between The Canadian Canoe Foundation, United Way Ottawa, Kiva, Just Food,...
Emerging West Coast singer-songwriter Lydia Hol wants your iPod and MP3 players for music therapy. She is asking concert-goers and fans to donate the gently used items to Music Heals’ cool...
A decade ago, six Torontonians roamed the streets dressed as zombies, complete with bloody makeup, sunken eyes and tattered clothing. It was the world’s first public Zombie Walk. Vancouver, San...
Two summers ago, Michelle Amerie took a deep breath and began rappelling down all 32 storeys of the Rio Can building in downtown Toronto to benefit Easter Seals. The kicker: She did it in a...
Gord Bamford’s forthcoming album is called Country Junkie, but the acclaimed country singer-songwriter is a charitable junkie as well. He may project the image of a honky-tonking good ol...

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