About HODC Film Productions & Entertainment INC | Lil JaXe and Faded4U Interview | Stop Bullying Toronto

HODC Film Productions & Entertainment INC is a youth led company by Face Films the new generation of the film scene in Toronto. Their company has directed over 150 music videos for a various amount of inspiring artists throughout the GTA. Over the 2 years of establishment, their YouTube channel has reached over 2.9 million views, 2000 subscribers and still growing.  HODC Film Productions & Entertainment INC. specializes in music videos, artist development, and film projects for clients who want effective results with the promotional tools provided. Services: Music Videos, Visual Media (Documentaries), Artist Development, Event Planing, Fashion.

An enterprising film marker “Face Films” of HODC Film Productions is the new generation of the film scene in Toronto. Coming out of the mean streets of Scarborough Face always knew they were talented when it came to multimedia but found their future after obtaining their first camcorder. Filming street videos and interviews for local artists and interviewing artists on the come up; Face began to enhance. Recently collaborated with Lone Wolf Entertainment very own 13 year old rapper Lil JaXe. Anthony Gayle (Faded4U) sat down and interviewed Lil JaXe. Faded4U asked about Lil JaXe’s stuttering and how he was bullied in school because of his speech difference.

 FaceFilms TV Lil JaXe Interview N Freestyle / 13-year-old Defeats Bullying, released Oct. 5, 2012

Since the day of Lil JaXe’s interview, HODC Film Productions & Entertainment INC. have been inspired to team up with Stop Bullying Toronto to create awareness about bullying. HODC Film Productions & Entertainment INC. are presently working towards making a big concert to Stop Bullying by gathering people together. They recently teamed up with Power2Gether a community that enforces unity through empowerment and togetherness.

Anthony Faded4U Official Twitter https://twitter.com/FADED_4U

Like Stop Bully Toronto on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/StopTheBullyingToronto
Follow Stop Bully Toronto on Twitter https://twitter.com/StopDaBullyinTO
Visit the official Bullying Canada Website http://www.bullyingcanada.ca/
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Like FaceFilms on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/FaceFilms/186350071396490?ref=hl
Follow FaceFilms on Twitter https://twitter.com/FaceFilmsVideos
Watch FaceFilms Youtube videos http://www.youtube.com/user/MFaceFilms
Visit the official FaceFilms Website http://www.facefilmsent.com
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Checkout Lil JaXe’s website http://liljaxe.com/ (he also enjoys painting)
Subscribe to Lil JaXe official Youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/liljzmusic
Follow Lil JaXe on Twitter https://twitter.com/LilJaxe
Checkout Lil JaXe’s Label Lone Wolf Entertainment at http://www.lonewolfartists.com/

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Power2Gether New Logo | Beyond The Rack Anti Bullying & Empowering Movement | Got Your Back Campaign

Sticks and stones may break your bones … but words can hurt more. 

In honor of Anti-Bullying Awareness week, Beyond the Rack and Canada’s newest Anti-Bullying & Empowering Movement Power2Gether have joined forces to unite youths to come together and help make cruelty in schools a thing of the past 

Power2Gether’s goal is to ensure youths are inspired to stick together and embrace their differences. In a cyber-age where it’s extremely easy for young people to attack one another, Power2Gether is determined to create a better tomorrow for all those affected by bullying. 

Join the movement and take a stand against bullying with the purchase of a bracelet or tee from our exclusive event. A portion of the proceeds will be donated in support of Power2Gether Foundation and the Amanda Todd Legacy and Memorial Fund.

We’re sure you’ve heard of the heartbreaking Amanda Todd story.  Amanda was a wonderful girl who thought her only hope was to take her own life. We’d love for young people across the nation to know it doesn’t have to come to that and that there are other people who share the same struggles.  Whether you’re a parent, a student, or a concerned citizen, you can make a difference!

Beyond the Rack and Power2Gether join forces to support anti-bullying, shop the event to contribute http://www.beyondtherack.com/blog

Click here to donate to Power2Gether and here to donate to The Amanda Todd Legacy fund

 https://vancouverfoundation.ca/Amanda/donateonline.asp.

Power2Gether teen rally in Montreal – Presented by Virgin Radio May 26th, 2012.

Virgin Radio “We Got Your Back” video campaign, make yours http://montreal.virginradio.ca/GotYourBack.aspx

Join the Power2Gether community and visit the official website, make a pledge and purchase a unity bracelet http://www.power2gether.com/
Like Power2Gether on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Power2Gether/236813116373215
Follow Power2Gether on twitter https://twitter.com/#!/Power2Gether

Libanais dans les collectivités canadiennes | Lebanese Canadian Community | الجالية اللبنانية الكندية

L’immigration libanais a commencé en 1882, en raison de situations à l’intérieur du Liban et des lois restrictives sur ces immigrants canadiens étaient de 90% chrétienne. Ces immigrants étaient pour la plupart des migrants économiques qui cherchent une plus grande prospérité dans le Nouveau Monde.

Ces dernières années, ce modèle a changé, et un grand nombre de Libanais musulmans et druzes sont venus au Canada. Lois sur l’immigration ont été libéralisées après la Seconde Guerre mondiale, l’immigration et régulièrement augmenté dans les années 1950 et 1960.

Le plus grand afflux de Libanais pendant la guerre civile libanaise, et cette période a vu un certain nombre de Liban mouvement instruite plus riche et le meilleur au Canada pour fuir les violences dans leur pays d’origine. Le Canada est le seul pays occidental (hormis l’Australie) à mettre en place des programmes spéciaux pour permettre aux Libanais de plus facilement venir au Canada et mis en place un bureau à Chypre pour traiter les réfugiés libanais.

Beaucoup de Libanais parlent français et contrairement à la plupart des autres groupes d’immigrants préfèrent s’installer dans les pays francophones de Montréal anglophone de Toronto et de Vancouver. Environ la moitié de la communauté libano-canadienne est situé dans la région de Montréal, et la plupart des libano-canadiens, en particulier les organisations religieuses, sont basés dans cette ville.
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Lebanese immigration began in 1882, because of situations within Lebanon and restrictive Canadian laws these immigrants were 90% Christian. These immigrants were mostly economic migrants seeking greater prosperity in the New World.

In more recent years this pattern has changed, and large numbers of Lebanese Muslims and Druze have come to Canada. Immigration laws were liberalized after the Second World War, and immigration steadily increased in the 1950s and 1960s.

The greatest influx of Lebanese was during the Lebanese Civil War, and this period saw a number of Lebanon’s wealthiest and best educated move to Canada to flee the violence in their homeland. Canada was the only western country (besides Australia) to set up special programs to enable Lebanese to more easily come to Canada and it set up an office in Cyprus to process Lebanese refugees.

Many Lebanese speak French and unlike most other immigrant groups preferred to settle in francophone Montreal than anglophone Toronto and Vancouver. About half the Lebanese-Canadian community is located in and around Montreal, and most Lebanese-Canadian organizations, especially religious ones, are based in that city.

There are substantial Lebanese populations in Vancouver, Halifax, Windsor, Calgary, Toronto. Lebanese-Canadians are one of the largest ethnic groups in Ottawa, Edmonton and Charlottetown.
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بدأت الهجرة اللبنانية في عام 1882، وذلك بسبب الأوضاع في لبنان والقوانين الكندية تقييدا ​​هؤلاء المهاجرين كان 90٪ من المسيحيين. وكانت هؤلاء المهاجرين معظمهم من المهاجرين لأسباب اقتصادية تسعى مزيد من الازدهار في العالم الجديد.في السنوات الأخيرة قد تغير هذا النمط، وأعداد كبيرة من المسلمين والدروز اللبنانيين قد حان لكندا. تم تحرير قوانين الهجرة بعد الحرب العالمية الثانية، والهجرة زيادة مطردة في 1950s و 1960s.كان أعظم تدفق اللبنانيين خلال الحرب الأهلية اللبنانية، وشهدت هذه الفترة عددا من المتعلمين والمثقفين في لبنان خطوة أغنى وأفضل لكندا على الفرار من العنف في وطنهم. وكانت كندا البلد الغربي الوحيد (إلى جانب أستراليا) لإعداد برامج خاصة لتمكين اللبنانيين إلى أكثر بسهولة تأتي إلى كندا وانشاء مكتب في قبرص لمعالجة اللاجئين اللبنانيين.العديد من اللبنانيين يتكلمون الفرنسية و. خلافا لمعظم الجماعات المهاجرة الأخرى يفضل الإقامة في مونتريال الناطقة بالفرنسية الناطقة بالإنكليزية من تورونتو وفانكوفر تقع على بعد حوالي نصف الجالية اللبنانية الكندية في مونتريال وحول، وتستند معظم اللبنانيين الكندي المنظمات، وخاصة الدينية منها، في تلك المدينة.

هناك السكان اللبنانيين كبيرة في فانكوفر، هاليفاكس، وندسور، كالجاري، تورونتو. اللبنانية الكنديين واحدة من أكبر المجموعات العرقية في أوتاوا، ادمونتون وشارلوت تاون.

Festival Melkite 25 août pour la | August 25, 2012 at Cathedrale Saint-Sauveur | 25 أغسطس 2012 في كاتدرائية سان سوفور

Festival Melkite 26 août pour la | August 26, 2012 at Cathedrale Saint-Sauveur | 26 أغسطس 2012 في كاتدرائية سان سوفور

Aimer les Libanais au Canada | Like Lebanese in Canada on Facebook | مثل اللبنانية في كندا في الفيسبوك https://www.facebook.com/lebaneseincanada
Suiver la Presse Libanaise | Follow Lebanese Press on Twitter | اتبع على التغريد الصحافة اللبنانية https://twitter.com/lebanesepress
Regarder Omniyat TV pour Libanais | Lebanese Omniyat TV – أمنيات on Youtube | TV اللبنانية أمنيات – أمنيات على يوتيوب http://www.youtube.com/user/OmniyatTV

We Day in Toronto September 28, 2012 at Air Canada Centre with artists: Lil JaXe, Captain Hooks, Hedley, Nelly Furtado, Jennifer Hudson, Al Gore, Martin Sheen, Shawn Desman, Spencer West, K’Naan, Jesse Giddings, much more

We Day started their tour in Toronoto, September 28, 2012 at Air Canada Centre. Hosted by Much Music Jesse Giddings, host and sponsor for this event. Shawn Desman did his usual opening We Day songs and Dance in front of 20,000+ people. Many speakers such as Justin Trudea, Martin Sheen, Honourable Sinclair and much more came together to talk to children about different social issues such as poverty, diseases, redefining the impossible, me to we.

Youth standing outside the Air Canada Centre waiting for We Day to start September 28, 2012

We Day host Jesse Giddings welcomes the crowd, September 28, 2012

Flashmob dancers lead the crowd in a rousing We Day Dance Toronto September 28, 2012

Thousands of pounds of food were collected at We Day to support local food banks at 2012 We Day, Toronto September 28, 2012

A story by a five year old who has a disease where there is a zinc deficiency in their body, the child will not be able to live his fifth birthday. Tweet I want to help and save a life @ZincSavesLives, 50 cents will go to the charity to save a child with zinc deficiency in their body! The story of third world countries striving for hunger and walking each day to find food and water such as Kenya, India, Africa.

Shawn Desman performs Nobody Does It Like You and gets the entire crowd on it’s feet. We Day September 28, 2012 in Toronto

Jacob Hoggard from Hedley performs their hit song One Life for the We Day crowd, in Toronto September 28, 2012

“While acting is what I do for a living, activism is what I do to stay alive”  -Martin Sheen- We Day September 28, 2012 in Toronto

“There is no can’t. No won’t. Only how.” Spencer West shares his story of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro this past summer as part of his Redefine Possible campaign. We Day September 28, 2012 in Toronto.

Hedley performed One Life which set the mood to We Day, to give hope to youth to do what is right in their hearts. While Nelly Furtado performed The Bigger The Better and Anbody Out There With K’Naan sending a message of reaching out despite difference in view, join forces. Lil JaXe, Toronto Lone Wolf rapper came on stage with a short speech about his stuttering disorder and how music saved his life and performed alongside hip hopper Captain Hooks. Jennifer Hudson sang her soul out and performed and up beat song to get the children dancing.

Youth pledge their ONE DROP to conserve clean water We Day September 28, 2012 in Toronto
The entire We Day crowd does the We Day Dance September 28, 2012 in Toronto at Air Canada Centre

K’NAAN and Nelly Furtado give a surprise performance at We Day, in Toronto September 28, 2012 singing Anbody Out There

“This generation without borders is going to start a revolution”  -Romeo Dallaire- We Day September 28, 2012 in Toronto

The We Day journey continues as they head over to Vancouver. Both events will be streamed live online at www.muchmusic.com/weday allowing people from all over the world to tune in. You’ll also be able to watch the MuchMusic broadcast special premiering on Sunday, November 11 at 7 p.m. ET on MuchMusic and Saturday, November 24 at 7 p.m. ET on CTV.

“We Day is all of you. The few, the dedicated, coming together to change this world!” We Day Founders, Marc and Craig Kielburger share their message of WE during their keynote address. September 28, 2012 in Toronto.

Hip Hop 13 year old Lil JaXe spoke about his stuttering problem and how music saved his life and free-styled one of his songs alongside Captain Hooks. Toronto Air Canada Centre September 28, 2012

Jennifer Hudson closed off the show with a powerful performance of Night of Your Life and Hallelujah. We Day September 28, 2012 at Toronto Air Canada Centre

Liz Trinnear, Phoebe Dykstra, Karl Wolf, Lil JaXe, Captain Hooks after party. We Day September 28, 2012 at Toronto Air-Canada Centre

For more about We Day go to http://www.weday.com/
Like We Day on Facebook, 1$ for every Like https://www.facebook.com/weday
Follow We Day Founder Craig Kielburger on Twitter https://twitter.com/craigkielburger
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For more about Free The Children go to http://www.freethechildren.com/
Like Free The Children on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/freethechildren
Follow Free the Children on Twitter https://twitter.com/freethechildren
For We Day & Free The Children Worldwide events Youtube videos go to http://www.youtube.com/freethechildrenintl
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For more about Me To We go to http://www.metowe.com/
Like Me To We on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/metowe
Follow Me To We on Twitter https://twitter.com/metowe
For Me To We events Youtube videos go to http://www.youtube.com/user/metowe
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For more about One Drop go to http://www.onedrop.org/en/DiscoverOneDrop_Canada/WhoWeAre.aspx
Like One Drop on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ONEDROP
Follow One Drop on Twitter https://twitter.com/ONEDROP
For One Drop events Youtube videos go to http://www.youtube.com/user/onedropfoundation
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For more about Zinc Saves Lives go to http://www.zincsaveslives.com
Like Zinc Saves Lives on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Zinc-Saves-Lives/405582449508299?fref=ts
Follow Zinc Saves Lives on Twitter https://twitter.com/ZincSavesLives
For Zinc Saves Live events Youtube videos go to http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL672F2890D6F66534&feature=plcp

WeDay February 29 & March 1, 2011 at Saint-Denis Theater in Montreal/Journée We Day le 29 février 2012 le 1 mars 2011

February 29, 2012 and March 1, 2012 at Saint-Denis Theater, WeDay gathered many schools in Quebec. Schools came together and say “OUI” to WEDAY. WeDay is about getting together and making a change, together. Stop poverty, bullying, global warming and hunger. Shawn Desman, Nikki Yanofsky, Dan Bigras, Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr, Joannie Rochette, Radio Radio, Honourable Murray Sinclair, Martin Sheen, Jesse Giddings, Degrassi Cast, Spencer West, Marc & Craig Kielburger (the creators) and much more were present to give motivational speeches to the youth of today.

Le 29 février et 1 mars 2012, WeDay a unit des écoles au Québec pour faire la différence pour faire de ce monde un meilleur monde! Mettre fin à la pauvreté, le “bullying”, le réchauffement planétaire et jugement. Shawn Desman, Nikki Yanofsky, Dan Bigras, Reverend Jesse Jackson Sr, Joannie Rochette, Radio Radio, Honourable Murray Sinclair, Martin Sheen, Jesse Giddings, Degrassi Cast, Spencer West, Marc & Craig Kielburger ( les créateurs) et plusieurs autres étaient présent pour donner un discours de motivation au jeunes de aujourd’hui.

Shawn Desman had the crowd singing and dancing to a Night Like This and participating in singing and dancing along. Everyone was singing Hey! Hey! on a day like this with unison. Shawn Desman et la foule chantaient Night Like This ensemble unis, tous chantaient Hey Hey!

Young people come together for WeDay to make a difference. Nothing is impossible, we can change the world. Help erase poverty and bullying, every-time someone likes the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/weday 1$ is given to Free The Children.

Des jeunes se réunissent pour la journée unis pour faire la différence. Rien et impossible, nous pouvons changer le monde. Aider à effacer la pauvreté et l’intimidation, à chaque fois que quelqu’un aime la page facebook https://www.facebook.com/weday 1$ est remis à Enfants Entraide.

Marc and Craig Kielburger, spoke about never being too young to make a difference, at 12 years old they saw an ad in the papers “Battled child labour, boy, 12, murdered.” Soon enough they created “Free The Children” organization. Until now 650  schools and filtered water were given to the children. Action rhymes with inspiration and it is the empowerment to never need charity.

Marc et Craig Kielburger, ont parlé du fais que personne est trop jeune pour faire la différence, à 12 ans ils ont vu dans un article “Un Garçon, qui se battait pour Travail des enfants , a été tuer.”

Participate in a sanitary trip to help third world countries, participer au voyage sanitaire pour aider les pays pauvres

WeDay Coverage February 29, 2012 By/Couverture par EveAccess le 29 février 2012

WeDay Conference Coverage February 29, 2012 by/Couverture de EveAccess le 29 février 2012

For more information on We Day go to http://www.weday.com/
Follow We Day on Twitter https://twitter.com/WeDay2552
Like We Day on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/weday
Watch We Day Youtube videos http://www.youtube.com/user/freethechildrenintl
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For more information on Free The children go to http://www.freethechildren.com/
Follow Free The children on Twitter https://twitter.com/freethechildren
Like Free The children on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/FreeTheChildren/164851593583232
Watch Free The children Youtube videos http://www.youtube.com/user/freethechildrenintl

About We Day

We Day is a secular, non-political movement founded by the international children’s charity Free The Children. Visit them at www.weday.com.

Mission
We Day is a charity seeking to create the world’s largest community of people bettering our world. It is both an online community (like them & tell your friends) and celebrations that fill stadiums with people who earn their entry through volunteerism and philanthropy for 500 causes.

Today they invite you to think we, and act we. For every ‘like’, their sponsors will donate $1 to Free The Children. Alone we may feel powerless, but together we can create a more peaceful, compassionate, and interconnected world.

Description
Want to be inspired? Welcome to We Day! It’s a celebration that brings together Justin Beiber, Nelly Furtado, Jonas Brothers, Shaq, Magic Johnson, Al Gore, Richard Branson, Mikhail Gorbachev, Shawn Desman, Nikki Yanofsky, Martin Sheen, Reverend Jackson and more! You can buy a ticket to We Day – you earn it through volunteerism. The televised event launches the year-long We 365 program providing you with the tools to take action in your school, workplace and community. Check out www.WeDay.com.

General Information
For every ‘like’, their sponsors will donate $1 to Free The Children. Created by Free The Children to celebrate the power of young people to create positive change, We Day is a day-long event that ignites a year-long program for change, called We Schools in Action. www.weday.com.

We Day – The Movement of Our Time released January 25, 2012

For more information on We Day go to http://www.weday.com/
Follow We Day on Twitter https://twitter.com/WeDay2552
Like We Day on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/weday
Watch We Day Youtube videos http://www.youtube.com/user/freethechildrenintl
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For more information on Free The children go to http://www.freethechildren.com/
Follow Free The children on Twitter https://twitter.com/freethechildren
Like Free The children on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/FreeTheChildren/164851593583232
Watch Free The children Youtube videos http://www.youtube.com/user/freethechildrenintl

Power2Gether with Fresh Entertainment presented reFRESH2012 May 26, 2012 with Jacynthe, Victoria Duffield, Annakin Slayd, JRDN on EveAccess.

Saturday, May 26, 2012, Power2Gether and Fresh Entertainment came together to present reFRESH2012, a safe and secure teen-exclusive concert featuring back-to-back performances and a special duet by pop princess/Juno nominee JacyntheDévoile Qui Tu Es” & “Stéréo” and the latest pop sensation and MMVA nominee Victoria Duffield “Shut Up and Dance” & “Feel.” Also, present JRDN performing “U Can Have It All” & “Like Magic” and Annakin Slayd “MTL Stand Up.” Amazing performers all united to create awareness and put and end to bullying.

Through this evening, Power2Gether Community was officially launched to create a place where teens 12-17 were able to come and party, watch good artists perform to forget bullying and come together to have fun. With Virgin Radio Host Kelly Alexander to animate the crowd and promote the event on their station. Also, Joshua Perets and Power2Gether teamed up to give away power bands and sell tickets through various outlets.

“I knew I had to do something when my daughter started getting bullied in her kindergarden class.” said Power2Gether founder Dan Malka. Fresh Entertainment founder Mike Goldfarb says he is thrilled to have Power2gether on board for their next concert. “With our events we aim to bring youths together in unity to celebrate empathy, repect and to have them more socially active in causes that affect them and anti-bullying could not be more in line with that.”

Teen from ages 12-17 enjoyed a great Power2Gether show with many musical tastes and talents. Power wristbands were at the menu to bring home and give them strength. A crowd of teens were dancing and having a good time together and united.

Power2Gether with Fresh Entertainment presented reFRESH2012 May 26, 2012 with Jacynthe, Victoria Duffield, Annakin Slayd  EveAccess Shoutout.

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Join the Power2Gether community and visit the official website, make a pledge http://www.power2gether.com/
Like Power2Gether on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Power2Gether/236813116373215
Follow Power2Gether on twitter https://twitter.com/#!/Power2Gether

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