Artistry To Philanthropy

Creativity and generosity are parts of Canada’s rich culture.

Cobalt: A Mining Town And The Canadian Imagination
Ends On April 21, 2024

This exhibition showcases the work of the artists who visited Cobalt, Ont., between the First and Second World Wars after most of the silver, cobalt and nickel deposits had been depleted. In its heyday, the story of Cobalt was known around the world, and the town attracted miners, scientists, scholars and, of course, artists. Artists including Isabel McLaughlin and Dr. Frederick Banting became inspired by Cobalt, a stark and beautiful example of rapid industrialization and the settler relationship with the natural world.

Ghosts Of Canoe Lake: New Work By Marcel Dzama
Ends On June 9, 2024

Winnipeg’s Marcel Dzama uses ink, watercolour — and root beer! — in his series of delicate and deeply moving drawings. Inspired by the memories of the time he spent as a child in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, his unique visual language conveys folklore fantasies and captures the wonder of a child’s imagination, which so often diminishes as we grow older.

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CIBPA Toronto Hosted The 2nd Annual Mending Broken Hearts Gala In Support Of Cardiac Care At St. Michael’s Hospital
On Valentine’s Day, Montecassino Event Space proudly hosted the supporters of cardiac care at St. Michael’s Hospital. Those who attended this celebratory and heartwarming philanthropic event included Premier Doug Ford, and the Hon. Michael Tibollo, Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions. In addition, further honours were celebrated as the 2024 CIBPA Community Leaders Award recipients Mr. Aldo Di Felice of TLN Media Group and Mr. Joseph Vitale from Italpasta, were in attendance. A special thank you to the CIBPA committee, CIBPA President Tony Cocuzzo, CIBPA Vice President Sabrina Marrelli, CIBPA Treasurer Tony Cipriani, CIBPA Education President Robert Sacco, CIBPA Education Director Marina Di Battista, Senator Toni Varone, Unity Health Toronto Board Member Elio R. Luongo, FCA, all of the members, sponsors and guests for making it an extraordinary evening.

Over $100,000.00 raised and still counting! Donate through the CIBPA Education link below for St. Michael’s Foundation

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