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Business Leadership Award Saturday at Equality Forum’s 2013 International Equality Dinner, part of an annual lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights summit held May 2-5 in...
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To some, Bigfoot is just a myth, the product of overactive imaginations and a plaything of hoaxers for decades. Lori Wade has never been troubled by the doubts of others. "I just always believed,"...
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'When I Walk,' 'Dragon Girls' Top Hot Docs Winners
Award WHEN I WALK (D: Jason DaSilva; P: Jason DaSilva, Alice Cook; USA, Canada) Sponsored by the
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Jane’s Walk uncovers Kitchener’s buried history
KITCHENER — Forgotten stories behind the many names of historic buildings and streets in the city are buried at Mount Hope Cemetery. Looking at names like Gaukel, Rumpel and Lang carved into...
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... date. Items run on a space-available basis. ONGOING A program for family caregivers of a loved one with dementia offers stress management techniques, relaxation and coping strategies,...
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Back in '75, first female reporter let into NHL d...
As sport reporter for the New York Times in the 1970s, Robin Herman became the first women in a professional team's men's locker room. She credits Don Cherry as the first coach to allow her in as a...
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Where Film Goes to Be Reinvented
To access the Web site, viewers need to “surrender a part of their night” by making an appointment sometime between the hours of 9 P.M. and 5 A.M.—a conceptual framework that creates a forced empathy...
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Malcolm Gladwell, in his book, The Outliers, attacks America’s myth of the self-made man. Gladwell’s meticulous research has shown that enormously successful people like Bill Gates, The Beatles, and...
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Remembering workers and their families affected b...
Today is the International Day of Mourning, a day when we commemorate those workers and their families who have been affected by workplace tragedy—and strive to work together to ensure we all go home...
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