Canadian actor Patrick J. Adams is defending his “Suits” co-star Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, as she and husband Prince Harry square off against media critics and the British Royal Family.
Created by Calgary-based production designer Trevor Smith and built to order in the wilds of Alberta, it is the primary set of the film, which is now available on VOD.
Goal to support sectors that 'will take the longest to recover, and were hit first' by COVID-19, says minister
As far as realizations go, the one that led Vivek Shraya to turn her theatrical show How to Fail as a Popstar into a book seems like a bit of a downer.
We all know that Drake is very proudly from Toronto, and his newest music video is basically a tour of all the iconic spots in his home city.
The star released the music video for his new single, "Hold On," off of his upcoming album Justice
'In my experience, Asian culture and beauty revolves around Western standards,' says Joanne Roberts
Lauralee Sheehan is a rare breed of entrepreneur in a male-dominated industry whose business mantra is to harness the power of digital design for good
The WGC Screenwriting Awards will recognize and celebrate Canadian screenwriters and their scripts at a virtual ceremony on April 26, 2021.
One of the country’s oldest cultural institutions, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, is undergoing some of its biggest changes in more than a century.
Located in Toronto, Molly Knight Casting casts union and non-union talent around the world in films, TV, commercials, digital content, and everything in-between.
Hosts Marla Mann and Kerry-Lee Finkle welcome their Guests include Anthony Natale, Stephanie Nogueras, Amanda Richer, Catherine Joell McKinnon, Dawn Jani Birley and Chris Kenopic
One day a friend sent me a 'craigslist' link where Paramount Pictures was looking for Filipino background performers for a feature film. I quickly applied and got an e-mail back the next day saying I was approved.
As part of the eBoss Canada aspiring talent series, we had the opportunity to speak with Zoe Georgaras
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The Program will support 35 new young, promising Black filmmakers in Montreal, Toronto, Halifax, Calgary, Vancouver, and Ottawa.
The awards are handed out annually to reporters, editors and producers that keep the public informed and contribute to public dialogue on important health-care issues.