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Art From The Heart charms Oakville residents

Art From The Heart charms Oakville residents

Talented artists with intellectual disabilities had the opportunity to showcase their artwork for the first time in Oakville, Ontario February 1st. Art From the Heart is an annual exhibition in Toronto that gives differently-abled artists a forum to display their work.  This year, the event has a gallery space in Oakville at the Joshua Creek Heritage […]

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Meet Jamie Brewer, New York Fashion Week’s first model with Down’s Syndrome

Actress Jamie Brewer, known for her work on American Horror Story, can now add model and runway model pioneer to her resume. At this year’s New York Fashion Week, Brewer will break boundaries as the first woman with Down’s syndrome to take to the catwalk. Earlier today she tweeted an image of herself getting ready […]

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Canadian Music Week announces festival lineup

The 2015 Canadian Music Week (CMW) festival is slated to be the biggest ever, with headliners like Faith No More, John Mellencamp and Jesus and Mary Chain. The festival, which is in its 33rd year, takes place from May 1  to the 10 in 60 Toronto venues. Approximately a thousand artists are scheduled to perform. […]

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Critics take aim at American Sniper

Clint Eastwood has done it again with his box office hit American Sniper. On its opening weekend, the Oscar nominee for Best Picture made a whopping $105 million. Despite its popularity at the box office, the film is stirring up a controversy over whether it glorifies killers. The film is a biographical drama about U.S. […]

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Big Hero 6: Another big win for Sheridan College.

Sheridan’s Pride Big Hero 6 captured an Oscar nomination for best animated feature on Jan. 15, once again putting Sheridan College in the international spotlight. Animators Mitchell Counsell and Chris Williams, co-directors of the blockbuster Big Hero 6 are, you guessed it, graduates of the number one animation college in the world- Sheridan. Here are […]

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Your favourite rap songs like you’ve never heard them before

If you enjoyed Oscar-winning Anne Hathaway’s ground-breaking performance in Les Miserables, you’ll love her recent appearance on late-night television with Jimmy Fallon. The two performed three broadway-rap mashups and the results were wonderful. Press play below to enjoy Hathaway and Fallon deliver cabaret inspired versions of the classics “Gin and Juice” by Snoop Dog, “In Da […]

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Sneak peek for next week at the 2014 JUNO awards

It’s that time of year again — the JUNO awards are coming up.  On Mar. 30 big names in Canadian music will gather at Winnipeg’s MTS Centre for the annual award ceremony. This year the awards will be co-hosted by Classified, Johnny Reid and Serena Ryder. Nominees for the awards were released early in February […]

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Promotional videos give a humorous glimpse of ACM Awards

Country stars Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan team will up for their second time hosting the Academy of Country Music Awards Apr. 6. The dynamic duo recently released their promos, giving a glimpse of just how hilarious they will be. In one promo, The Voice judge Blake Shelton steals the spotlight and ‘Drink a Beer’ […]

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