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National Volunteer Week

If you are a baby of one of the 4,000 families who will deliver this year at the Sunnybrook Hospital Women & Babies Program, you may well be overnighting in “our” room. The birthing suite above was recently unveiled in the hospital’s new “M” wing. In recognition of our effort to raise and donate funds

 
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Looking forward to today’s 6th annual Wellington Financial Charity Golf Classic

The day has arrived, and close to 100 golfers will be joining us later today for the 6th annual Wellington Financial Charity Golf Classic. Since its inception since 2008, we’ve raised over $170,000 for a variety of charities. The event is being held at noon at Eagles Nest Golf Course, which is always a challenging

 
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Getting ready for our 2013 Charity Golf Classic

We’ve got less than a month to go before the 6th annual Wellington Financial Charity Golf Classic. Since its inception since 2008, we’ve raised over $170,000. The event is being held on Monday, June 17, 2013 at Eagles Nest Golf Course. Donations will be directed to Sunnybrook Foundation, The Jean Tweed Centre and Ronald McDonald

 
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TUGG deserves a plug

For those of our readers from the innovation community, you’ll be interested in hearing about a Boston-based organization we’re involved with called Technology Underwriting Greater Good (www.TUGG.org). Our firm sponsored their charity wine party a few months ago, and I’ve been meaning to bring the organization to your attention. Yesterday’s terrible attack at the Boston

 
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2013 Toronto Garrison Ball

I got a few questions about the 2013 Toronto Garrison Ball after the Globe and Mail ran coverage of it in the paper this morning, so I thought I’d fill you in on what it all was about. The tradition started in Vancouver post-WWII, and has continued in Toronto for decades. The Garrison Ball allows

 
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