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PROM: Crystallized

Toronto - What does your future hold on Saturday, March 29, 2008? The Young Patrons’ Circle (YPC) at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) sees a glittering night with more than 1,000 guests at its third annual fundraising bash PROM: Crystallized.
Toronto - The partners of Toronto’s Earth Hour - WWF-Canada, the City of Toronto, The Toronto Star and Virgin Mobile - today announced that multi-platinum Grammy and Juno Award-winner, and Canada’s own, Nelly Furtado will join Earth Hour as the first Canadian Earth Hour Ambassador. She will also perform a free concert at Nathan Phillips Square on March 29 to celebrate Earth Hour.
Toronto - Where else can kids discover dinosaur bones, watch a mediaeval tournament and decode ancient hieroglyphs all in the same place? The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), is THE destination for fun this March Break with a cornucopia of activities, performances and hands-on learning from March 8 to 16, 2008.
Toronto - March Break is just around the corner, and the City of Toronto is helping residents to get out and be active by offering a wide range of leisure activities and camps for children and families.
Toronto - Jeff Healey was a tremendous Torontonian who never once let personal adversity stand in the way of his becoming one the most distinctive guitarists of our time.
Toronto - Anousheh Ansari, the world’s first female private space explorer, landed in Toronto today at the Ontario Science Centre.

Toronto - On June 9, 2008, the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto will launch its new exhibition FACING MARS. Featuring interactive exhibits that encourage visitors to “walk on Mars”, test and launch rockets and “fly over” the Martian landscape.

Toronto - The Ontario Science Centre offers a wide variety of adventures and experiences for visitors of all ages. In addition to hundreds of amazing exhibits and IMAX® films, special programming is set to take place throughout the Science Centre during March Break.
Toronto - The discovery of a remarkably well-preserved fossil of the most primitive bat species known to date demonstrates that the animals evolved the ability to fly before they could echolocate. The new species, named Onychonycteris finneyi, was unearthed in 2003 in southwestern Wyoming.
Toronto - The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is proud to announce the opening of the Wirth Gallery of the Middle East, named in honour of Alfred Wirth, in appreciation of his generous support of Renaissance ROM and the Royal Ontario Museum. The gallery, located on Level 3 of the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, is scheduled to open February 16, 2008.
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