Friday, December 15, 2017

The Unveiling

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Leah Lambert Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and author Michael Colgrass is no slouch – so when he gushes and glows over a book, you know it’s worth reading. The Unveiling, a new book by first time author Leah Lambert is garnering all kinds of praise from all kinds of important people. Lambert is a dear family […]

Sandy Naiman

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Sandy Naiman Sandy Naiman is a writer, a blogger, a broadcaster, a teacher, and an inspiration to those who are working towards creating a more just society. Sandy Naiman is an advocate for those living with mental illnesses, and is, herself, in recovery. She won the Courage to Come Back Award in 1998. Sandy Naiman […]

The Noronic – A Toronto Disaster

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Six decades on, the fire on board The Noronic remains the Toronto disaster with the most loss of life in history. Ronald Anderson, a hero of the day, is one of the last survivors.

The Day of the Homeless – Toronto Charity for the Homeless Man

Media Advisory for The Day of the Homeless in Toronto.

The Day of the Homeless

Media Advisory for The Day of the Homeless.

Day of the Homeless

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Ray May, an organizer of The Day of the Homeless and Good Neighbours’ Club member There are some extraordinary men who pass their days at The Good Neighbours’ Club,Some held responsible jobs or were professionals. Many had families they lost along the way. Members of the Good Neighbours’ Club come from all walks of life […]

Forever Friends, Forever Facebook

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What are the odds? I bumped into Patti Cross, a dear old high school friend on a friend’s Facebook page. I hadn’t seen her in years. Patti is now a senior lawyer in the Office of the Chief Justice in the Ontario Court of Justice. So the mutual friend we discovered we had, Deborah Moskovitch, […]

www.foodbabbler.com

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Photograph Courtesy of Jeff Fuchs Talk about out of the frying pan and into the fire! Deborah Keegan doesn’t just help Babble On cook up great PR traction, she’s also a chef. And a mighty fine one at that. Deborah has launched a new blog http://www.foodbabbler.com/ that is filled with all kinds of great cooking […]

The Birrells

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Syd and Pam Birrell cut the cake at their 25th wedding anniversary I was at a very special party last night: the 25th wedding anniversary party of Syd and Pam Birrell.¬†Syd and Pam are the devoted parents to Rebecca, Ben and James, who died in 2001 at the age of 7 of neuroblastoma, a deadly […]

Journalism Online

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As media outlets desperately search for business models that will save them from continued implosion, Journalism Online is one many are watching closely. Journalism Online is a subscription service that will allow customers access to premium content on participating publishers websites.¬†Journalism Online was announced in April and is expected to kick into high gear sometime […]

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