$175K Raised To Build Toronto’s First Shelt...

Do remember that organization that put up that controversial and maybe slightly misleading billboard about spousal abuse towards men? Well, if not, that organization is the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE), and they are well on their way to funding the building of a facility to give aid to men who are victims of spousal... More


The Red Pill

TORONTO, ON — (November, 2016) – When a feminist filmmaker starts documenting the polarizing world of the men’s rights movement, she begins to question her own beliefs. The Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE), a national educational charity, will sponsor screenings of the documentary “The Red Pill” through its branches in five major Canadian cities: Vancouver... More

goodnight sunrise


GOODNIGHT, SUNRISE (TORONTO) TO HOST “CARNIVAL OF ROCK” ON MAY 28 Toronto indie-rockers Goodnight, Sunrise are hosting the first ever “Carnival of Rock” featuring live music and a carnival theme on Saturday May 28th at The Silver Dollar Room. “We’ve pulled together some of Toronto’s best live bands for a crazy night of music wrapped in the veneer... More


The Summer: Swept Away

With a summer hiatus, Swept Media is back and ready for action, bringing you some great local literature, photography, and some interesting stories of Canadian arts and culture. We hope you get swept up in our work, and keep us posted with what you want to see from us, day in and day out.... More


National Men’s Issues Charity CAFE Inaugura...

Advocacy for public policies improving health and welfare of boys and men begins in the capital! OTTAWA, ONTARIO — (June 1, 2015) The Canadian Association for Equality, which opened the first Men’s Centre in Toronto and recently hosted a bold “violence against men” billboard campaign, will inaugurate a new branch in the nation’s capital this Wednesday,... More

Molly Bloom

Are You Ravenous For Theatre?

Molly Bloom A dramatic presentation of the final chapter of James Joyce’s Ulysses TORONTO, Ontario… Ravenous Theatre and Fourth Gorgon Theatre are proud to present a dramatic staging of the infamous final episode in the Irish masterpiece Ulysses, entitled Molly Bloom. The show will be performed at The Central Bar, 603 Markham St. On June... More


Mohamed Attiah press conference May 26 to exp...

Barely a week after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Egyptian-born Canadian citizen Mohamed Attiah was questioned by the RCMP, deemed a security risk and fired from his engineering job at Atomic Energy of Canada. Attiah’s only crime was being a muslim whose name sounded like one of the terrorists. The incident received immediate international condemnation. This... More


Man Begins Hunger Strike at Queen’s Park Un...

TORONTO, ONTARIO — Dan Perrins, who completed a 120 km walk from Hamilton to Toronto on Friday, has started a hunger strike in front of the Queen’s Park legislature, until the Ontario government promises to open the first shelter for male victims of abuse, trauma and domestic violence. Ontario currently has zero shelters dedicated to... More