Many years in the making, this documentary film takes an original look at the topic of bullying through the eyes of a Canadian singer/songwriter. He has recruited music and film stars to the cause, and a compelling trailer has just come out.
Montreal-based nine-piece soul-pop band Busty and the Bass is using its newfound clout to launch an on-the-ground, in-the-schools’ music education initiative.
Elwood and Jake Blues plan on lifting the winter blues with a show at Toronto's Phoenix Theatre on Feb. 28 and the best part is that the proceeds are to go to the CAMH Gifts of Light program that offers support to people who truly have a bad case of the blues.
How rich is rich enough? It's not something I've ever had to deal with and unless I win a Power Ball type lottery, I don't expect to.
Having succeeded in the music industry at HMV and BMG, the indefatigable team leader turned his attention to a cause that was close to his heart. Along the way, he helped raise a king's ransom.
A fundraising campaign for Spirit of the West singer John Mann is seeking an additional $5,000 to help pay for the musician’s medical and personal needs.
A trailblazer in the music and broadcast industries, Slaight's name has now become synonymous as an agent of change through multi-million dollar donations benefitting distressed communities at home and abroad, as well as creating opportunities for Canada's musicians.
It's the one night of the year when we all act a little nicer; we smile a little easier, we cheer a little more. For a couple of hours out of the whole year, we are the people that we always hoped we would be...
The theme on Monday night is charity, and past years have raised over $200K for Unison Fund, but this evening of giving goes both ways with tens of thousands of dollars in prizes up for grabs! Better still, guest DJ'ing at this must-attend shindig is BSS's Brendan Canning.
The Slaight Family Foundation has been honoured for its philanthropy, along with seven other individuals and organizations.
Students at Queen Alexandra School in Toronto were thrilled with the gift, awed in having an opportunity to participate in a music workshop with the band and beaming with pleasure in having the "Invincible" quartet put on an intimate performance in the school gym.