HIV/AIDS

Phem Phat Entertainment Group’s Ebonnie Rowe has managed to keep Toronto’s Honey Jam, the multi-genre female singing showcase at which Nelly Furtado was discovered, alive for 16 years. No...
 A youth initiative to empower girls is expanding its scope with an in-school live “television” presentation entitled 411 TV. The 411 Initiative For Change organization,...
The Hope Rising! benefit concert, dinner and roundtable discussion, May 3 at The Sony Centre for Performing Arts in Toronto, is a brand new fundraising event for The Stephen Lewis Foundation to help...
In February, 2008, Neil Young — the man who penned the protest song “Ohio” and 2006’s anti-Bush album Living with War — told a media conference in Germany,...
Lukas Rossi, who has maintained a dedicated fan base since winning the TV talent search Rock Star: Supernova in 2006, charges $500 to have dinner with him, but it’s not a sneaky way...
Starting on World AIDS Day, December 1, Canadian readers can contribute towards programs that fight HIV and AIDS in Africa, while they broaden their minds. Penguin Classics has partnered with Indigo...
Gym Class Heroes vocalist Travie McCoy, who shot a documentary and released a charity single last year for MTV Networks International’s Staying Alive Foundation, plans to continue bringing...
Bryan Adams was recently honoured with the Allan Waters Humanitarian Award at the 2010 Juno Awards in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, which he was unable to accept in person when the...
For musician/producer Darcy Ataman, founder of Canadian Artists for African Aid Inc., a.k.a. “Song For Africa,” what began as his  “little contribution to the world” is...
 Brady Thrasher wants to know what’s affected you, and then for you to buy the T-shirt. The 23-year old Windsor, Ontario entrepreneur is the founder of the Affected Campaign, a line...

Pages