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Aunty B teaches hard lessons through musical theatre

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April 18, 2014 Khalilah Brooks, creator of the exuberant character Aunty B, specializes in musical theatre and storytelling for children ages one to 12, focusing on bullying, confidence and building self-esteem.

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Subway flash mob causing joyous outbreaks

April 6, 2014 Last week I was on the Toronto Transit Commission subway heading south when I heard music and singing a little further down the train. Going to investigate where this commotion was coming from I saw a crowd gathered around three young men playing instruments, singing, and instigating a good time on a normally subdued ride. That was how I was introduced to #trainreaction.

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Passionate foodie freshens campus dining

March 31, 2014 Food activist Joshna Maharaj is helping change the way Ryerson University students eat, for the better.

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Hope comes in the magic of photographic art for seriously ill children

March 24, 2014 Photographer Shawn Van Daele takes drawings done by children born or living with serious health conditions and turns them into magical photo artwork—starring the child—and then into a storybook series filled with hope.

Rose leading a workshop

Peel YMCA Peace Medallion 2013 recipient

March 16, 2014 Mississauga native Rose Streete has a vision of how she can improve not only her community but also the city as she vows to put an end to youth violence and increase community harmony.

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Maria Wong gives back to stay connected with Nicaragua

March 7, 2014 Maria Wong's Nicaraguan heritage inspired her to work with charities Casa Canadiense and Pueblito. Her work has forged new connections with her homeland and has given her the opportunity to give back to the community she left.

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Adam Hummel and microvolunteering with a click of a mouse

January 20, 2014 While many of us were using the internet to do last-minute shopping over the holidays, local lawyer, philanthropist and author Adam Hummel was involved in launching a challenge for Canadians to give back.

Michelle Bozzetto

Engaging young adults in the performing arts

January 10, 2014 Emerging playwright Michelle Bozzetto celebrates her love for theatre and encourages young people’s involvement in the arts through her new theatre company.

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