Category:Social Causes

PSA  //  02.27.19
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White Ribbon Canada Launches “Boys Don’t Cry,” a Public Service Announcement by Oscar-nominated Director Hubert Davis

– In conjunction with Anti-Bullying Day, PSA takes a …

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Engineering  //  12.04.18
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New Coalition Set to Tackle a Major Engineering Challenge: The Profession’s Lack of Women

Student petitions led to the formation of new group working to …

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Social Causes  //  11.19.18
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Right to Play Takes a Stand on Child Oppression in ‘We Rise’

New campaign shines a spotlight on the daily atrocities endured by millions of …

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Social Causes  //  11.05.18
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The Down Syndrome Community Applies To Be The First Humans On The Endangered Species List Effort is part of larger push to secure imperative funding and …

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Social Causes  //  10.24.18
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Second Harvest has turned bread into beer.

The food rescue organization creates “Been a Slice” to raise awareness and funds.

Toronto-based creative agency Bob’s Your …

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Cannabis  //  09.18.18
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New apparel line seeks a PARDON for convicted Canadians

Proceeds go towards Cannabis Amnesty, which is looking to provide assistance to 500,000 Canadians who received …

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Pop-Culture  //  11.27.17
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“Consequence Strains,” three new cannabis strains that expose the consequences of driving high.

The cannabis information resource Leafly.com lists 779 known marijuana strains, yet whimsical …

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Photography  //  11.15.17
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A portrait that gives back.

For a few years now, photographer Dan Bannister has been hosting Portraits for Good at his Toronto studio. For a …

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Experiential  //  11.06.17
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Casey House Launches First-Ever HIV+ Eatery in Toronto to Bring Awareness of Stigma

Casey House, Canada’s first and only stand-alone hospital for people living with …

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Canadian Down Syndrome Society  //  11.03.17
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FCB Canada has launched “Anything But Sorry” for the Canadian Down Syndrome Society. The new campaign is the follow-up to “Down Syndrome Answers” which was …

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