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By Neetu Thind [SlideDeck2 id=5574 iframe=1] A bright-pink tour bus is offering a ride that can save lives. The Pink Tour Bus is giving a new spin to breast cancer awareness by taking the information...

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By Meagan Malloch In cities across Canada, thousands of organizations are doing important, life-saving work for women’s health, and will benefit again from the Tree of Life campaign. Running currently to Oct. 26, 2012, the...

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By Alex Lambert A report released on Monday states that affordable homeownership holds myriad benefits for homeowners, families, and entire neighborhoods. The study, released by Habitat for Humanity Toronto is meant to coincide with the...

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Christian music fest rocks Ottawa

October 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Keaton Robbins Rock the River, the Christian rock festival, hit Ottawa over the past weekend. The non-denominational festival was put on by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association of Canada, and admission was free of...

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Human library books have story to tell

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By Heather VanAndel People are familiar with taking books out from the library, but globally, loaning out ‘human books’ has become very popular. Annual human library events allow residents of Toronto to interact and communicate...

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The Humber Hawks outstanding season is a surprise everyone should have seen coming. By Elton Hobson Amidst all the Humber Hawks teams making headlines early in the season, you might be forgiven for sleeping on...

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by Jeanette Liu Women aren’t the only ones lining up to purchase makeup behind the cosmetic checkout line anymore. According to a recent Euromonitor International report, men from South Korea have taken on the practice...

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Thousands gather to raise awareness for breast cancer research By Kristin Andrews & Katherine Ward Over 170,000 people took part in the annual CIBC Run for the Cure. The 21st annual event took place Sunday...

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Statistics Canada details economic data

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  By Mamta Lulla Statistics Canada published revisions to its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) numbers Monday, as part of the effort to create a more detailed breakdown of productivity that will be applied to important...

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  By Alex Fuller October is Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month, and statistics indicate the number of cases of child abuse is on the rise in Ontario. The number of referrals to Children’s Aid...

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