The radio and music industry lost a good one last night. Bobby Gale, the legend, a friend of thousands and a personal friend for 45 years was killed in an accident on Friday night on the way back from a concert in Montreal. He was devoted to music right to the end.
His accolades include the Governor General's Award for Poetry, the Canadian Authors Association Award and three National Magazine Awards.
Frank MacKay, a beloved Nova Scotia musician and frontman of the legendary 1960s dance band The Lincolns, has died.
Priestley, who played Brandon Walsh in the 90210 show, has described his late friend as a "light that was extinguished too soon".
She was brave, badass and a game-changer in the modelling world and on social media.
Featured in Vancouver-shot Riverdale, actor was hospitalized last week after stroke
Faire was the executive producer for a number of successful shows on CTV and The Comedy Network, including “So You Think You Can Dance Canada” and “Comedy Inc.”
Record label confirms passing of artist whose classic work was just nominated for a Grammy
Canadian filmmaker and industry pioneer Toni Myers, who was known for visually arresting Imax films about the Earth and surrounding planets, has died.
Superstar fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has died, aged 85, in Paris following a short illness.