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Talent on Tap – Kitra Cahana is Perfecting the Art of Longing

Has humanity changed? When I was younger, it mattered if someone in our neighbourhood got sick, was hospitalized or just disappeared. They were a staple in the community, you said hello in passing and asked

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Talent on Tap – Maziyar Khatam Explores How a Bump Can Change Everything

Ever been walking past someone in the mall, grocery store or on the sidewalk and they bump into you? It happens… and there’s an etiquette for these situations. You both stop, turn around and apologize,

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Talent on Tap – Scotty Berg is Lighting Up the Airways…

Born to sing and singing to live might begin to describe 15 yr. old Country music sensation, Scotty Berg. He started singing at the age of 4 with mom and dad taking notice – our

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Talent on Tap – Matt Shewchuk Delivers the Goods on Backroad Truckers

Without risk, there is no reward. Backroad Truckers takes that to an entirely other level. If you need a tow, you’re stranded on a logging road, you need a delivery to an isolated location, you’re

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The Rhapsody, by David Hoffert and Leo Spellman

History is only as accurate as the information provided. Historians will gather information from photos, newspapers, documents, artifacts… diaries? Leo Spellman (born Leon Szpilman) is a Holocaust survivor and he kept a diary. It was

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Talent on Tap – Eric Bizzarri Explains the 9th Annual Future of Film Showcase

The Future of Film Showcase (FOFS) returned to Toronto once again this year on June 17-25. For the first time, the festival will introduce a full-length feature film, Quickening – directed by Haya Waseem. It

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