New Sponsors Expedia, Kraft Dinner, and First Choice Haircutters Join Season 8 with First-Time Integrations
A class action lawsuit has been filed against a second Toronto-based reality TV production company, seeking damages stemming from alleged employment standards violations.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama will participate a moderated conversation event in Victoria on Tuesday March 31st, 2020 at 7:00pm at Save On Foods Memorial Centre.
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec to hold 20% of entertainment group
Canadian R&B singer the Weeknd is going big for his latest tour to promote the upcoming album "After Hours."
When one feels pain, the other does. They can read each other’s minds. They do everything together. These are just some of the misconceptions about identical twins that Tegan and Sara Quin want to change.
The Toronto-based fashion designer whose vibrant clothing has been worn by the likes of Katy Perry, Alessia Cara, and Joe Joans has decided to close up shop after four years on Queen West.
Hamilton fashion designer Charles Lu spent most of the past decade building his career abroad.
DIY spaces crucial to foster next generation of live musicians, city councillor says
Sophia Spencer's book tells how scientists from around the world helped rekindle her passion for insects
Today we turn the spotlight on actor Chase Tang
Today we turn the spotlight on Angelica Lisk-Hann - one of Canada's top female stunt performers and the first black female stunt coordinator in Canada
As part of the eBoss Canada aspiring talent series, we had the opportunity to speak with Zoe Georgaras
Originally from Cochrane, Alberta, Talia has recently moved to Vancouver and has been making waves in the local music industry! Talia is currently participating in StoryHive 2018 Music Edition for a chance to win a chance to make her very first music video!
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Aspiring news photographers looking to sharpen their skills and gain national exposure are encouraged to apply for the Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award, a unique opportunity to spend six weeks with The Canadian Press in Toronto.
The Second City Directing Program is a focused study of directing improv and revue comedy.