Friday, September 30, 2011

News - 9/30/11

Third annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
Toronto Sun
Men participated in the third annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, an event when men literally walk one mile in a woman's shoes to raise awareness about ending violence against women.. (Alex Urosevic/QMI Agency) Mike Layton, son of late Jack Layton, ...
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DAVID COOPER/TORONTO STAR
Toronto Star
The event, dubbed Walk a Mile in her shoes, has gone international. Carven The French brand's revival under Guillaume Henry will bring a smile to your face. What's afoot in Paris While Mugler featured needle-thin stilettos, flats are reigning supreme ...
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Men to walk in heels to benefit RVAP
Iowa City Press Citizen
These 26 young men -- along with at least 80 other men and women --will participate in the first local "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event at 1 pm Saturday. The walk will start in front of Old Capitol, and the participants will walk along the sidewalks up ...
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Best pictures from the past 24 hours
Globe and Mail
RCMP Constable Sebastien wears high heels in downtown Toronto while taking part in Walk a Mile in her Shoes men's march, to help end violence against women and girls. Female Amur tiger Iris licks its 7 - week - old cub during one of their.
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Globe and Mail
Morning File Toronto: Men in heels, motorists give transit a chance
Open File (blog)
The third annual "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event was a success, with several hundred men walking down Yonge street in heels to raise money and awareness for the White Ribbon campaign. Notable participants included city councillors like Gord Perks ...
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Open File (blog)
Going Out; Sept. 30
BlueRidgeNow.com
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. Men wear stilettoes in a fundraiser walk for Mainstay. Oct. 7 at 6 pm Registration and shoe pickup will be from 5 to 5:45 pm at the Purple Ribbon Thrift Store, 133 5th Ave W. Registration is free. Info: 828-693-3840. ...
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Women's Centre emerges victorious from Squamish version of Dragons' Den
Pique newsmagazine
Dressed in black and wearing red shoes, Allen said the trio regularly put on fancy red shoes to promote the Walk A Mile In Her Shoes fundraising event. Allen and her team outlined for the judges how Pearl's Seconds doubled its retail space this summer ...
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