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 …More >>
“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 …More >>
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 …More >>
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 …More >>
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 …More >>
When it comes to equality, the ways in which men and women are treated differently often go unnoticed. It’s not until inequalities are brought into …More >>
A hands-on approach to helping new Canadians. send + receive creates powerful PSA campaign for Afghan Women’s Organization.
The refugee crisis has touched many corners …More >>
Innovative campaign for Drug Free Kids Canada uses a technological twist to drive home the dangers of high driving.
Horrific crashes. Mangled vehicles. Broken families …More >>
Save the snowy driveway! Save the fish stories! Save everything.
Climate Change is one of humankind’s most daunting challenges. For many years, people have seen …More >>
GREY Canada won’t allow poverty to hide this holiday season. New Salvation Army campaign reveals a side of the holidays we don’t often see.
The …More >>