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Champlain students connect online with Toronto artist

Last week, visual arts students at École secondaire catholique Champlain (Chelmsford) participated in a virtual painting workshop with artist Julie Glaude. This former CSC...
Mikaela Agawa

Batchewana First Nation Member Competing In Miss World Canada Competition

A Batchewana First Nation member is counting on your support as she competes in the Miss World Canada 2020 pageant. Mikaela Agawa has been in...

Destination Northern Ontario congratulates winners and finalists of Ontario Tourism Awards

Sault Ste. Marie, ON – On Wednesday, October 28th, as many as 800 tourism professionals and operators took part in the Ontario Tourism Summit’s...
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No winning ticket for Friday night’s $42 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $42 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next...

Filmmakers relying on virtual world to build buzz at Toronto film festival

TORONTO — For many filmmakers, a festival is often a crucial first step in the birth of a project or career. It's where they feel the first...

Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter on releasing ‘Bill & Ted’ in ‘extraordinary times’

TORONTO — If only Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter had a phone booth time machine like their "Bill & Ted" characters. Perhaps then the stars...

National Ballet of Canada cancels ‘The Nutcracker’ for the first time since 1955

TORONTO — The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the National Ballet of Canada to cancel its performances set for November and December, including its annual production of...

Background performers worry they’re being replaced by mannequins on film and TV sets

TORONTO — Paula Spurr is used to being herded together with co-workers on the job. As a background performer in film and TV, the Burnaby,...

Cineplex to begin phased reopening of Ontario theatres on Friday

TORONTO — Cineplex says it's ready to start reopening select Ontario movie theatres on Friday. The Canadian cinema operator will begin with 25 locations across the province as...

Canada’s arts and recreation businesses face greatest risk of closure: CFIB

TORONTO — Canada's struggling independent businesses in the arts, entertainment and recreational sectors are at the highest risk of permanently closing due to COVID-19, according...