Writers' Union of Canada survey says its members' incomes down by 27% from just 3 years ago
In her grade school days, she had a pet praying mantis and was once a semi-pro puppeteer
With 16 awards, Bell Media was the clear leader at the 10th anniversary of the Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPA) on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in Toronto, winning more awards than any other outlet.
Author Sarah McCoy is a lifelong Montgomery super-fan: even her dog is named Gilbert, after Anne’s beloved Gilbert Blythe.
Jeff Lemire is having a big week.
The award-winning comic book series Black Hammer and its various spin-offs, created by Lemire and artist Dean Ormston, has been picked up for a TV and movie deal by Legendary Entertainment.
The fellowship is given to writers who have "demonstrated exceptional creative ability and outstanding promise."
Last night, Toronto Life hosted a star-studded event to celebrate its annual list of the city’s most influential people.
GOVERNMENT FUNDS LIBRARY NETWORK SERVICE EXPANSION TO MAKE MORE PUBLISHED WORKS AVAILABLE IN FORMATS...
The project will make more published works accessible to people who read using alternative formats, such as braille, e-books, or audiobooks.
The word "giant" just isn't big enough to encapsulate what Stan Lee meant to the world of comics, says Canadian comics creator Todd McFarlane.