Thousands of Free Films Onsite and Online For Your Entertainment from Tuesdays to Sundays Every Week!

If you live in Montreal, Quebec or Toronto, Ontario, you can watch all 10,000 films at Montreal CineRobotheque, or over 5,500 films at Toronto Mediatheque, respectively, for FREE thanks to The National Film Board of Canada. Also, if you are travelling or living anywhere else in the world and you have access to the internet, about 1,000 English films and 750 French films are available for you to watch for FREE online everyday at

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Calling all nature enthusiasts, bird watchers, conservation land lovers, and ecological tourists:  mark your calendars for the second annual Rouge Valley Eco Exploration Event in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on June 5th, 2010. Here are some of the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre’s exciting highlights of the event including great contests:

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Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA)

If you identify yourself as a youth of South Asian descent, age between 16-25, and are interested in developing leadership skills,  Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA) invites you to attend the Youth Leadership Retreat coming up on Saturday, 29 May 2010 at Cedarbrook Community Centre, 91 Eastpark Blvd, Toronto, ON  M1H 1C6. This retreat will be jointly hosted by Council of Agencies Serving South Asians (CASSA) and the City of Toronto, Access and Diversity Unit of Parks, Forestry & Recreation Division.

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The Canadian Press Video: World Poutine Eating Championship

A great Canadian event happened on Saturday, May 22nd, in Toronto, Ontario. The first annual  World Poutine Eating Championship was a  fantastic show of gusto from all sorts of participants ranging from amateur eaters to professional eaters.

And the winner is  Pat (Deep Dish) Bertoletti! Congratulations to Pat Bertoletti! As the World Poutine Eating Champion, Pat Bertoletti won $750 and bragging rights.

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Fifth Alert

5. Excess salt content in commercially prepared toddler meals can be detrimental to a child’s health. Thanks to both the Canadian Stroke Network and Canada’s Advanced Foods and Materials Network, these five prepared toddler meals are identified and reported to contain high levels of sodium:

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