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.
The music biz never comes up short when it comes to raising funds for charitable endeavours, and closest to the heart is the Unison Benevelolent Fund that provides support to its own in times of distress.
The stars will be out in Vancouver for the David Foster Foundation 30th Anniversary Miracle Gala & Concert, as guests including Oprah Winfrey, Goldie Hawn and more gather at the Rogers Arena on Saturday, October 21st.
The music biz road hockey warriors were part of a world record-breaking fundraiser in Toronto on Saturday that amassed $2.6M for the fight against cancer.
Following the May 22 suicide
The elegant soiree to celebrate the singer’s lavish Canadian songbook album also proved a very successful fundraiser for the music education charity.
The frontwoman of US punk rockers Against Me! is featured in conversation with one of her peers.
Legendary Australian rock band Midnight Oil has reformed for its first global tour in more than 20 years after frontman Peter Garrett left his music career for politics and a good decade in the Labor Party as a cabinet minister.
For oddities of nature — tiny cows and deadly insects, say, or extremely tall or old people — breaking a Guinness World Record is a snap.
CARAS announced this week that the legendary folk singer and activist will be the recipient of the 2017 Allan Waters Humanitarian Award at the Junos in Ottawa this spring. Here's an interview from the 2015 vault of Samaritanmag.