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Earlier this month our hosting company experienced a catastrophic failure after installing security updates at their data centre which resulted in our content team...

Spring Awakens with the Chamber Singers of Algoma.

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With the music of Handel and Bach as inspiration, the Chamber Singers of Algoma are performing at Precious Blood Cathedral on Sunday afternoon, April...

No phones, no note-taking allowed at Louis C.K.’s upcoming shows in Toronto

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TORONTO — Embattled comic Louis C.K. is coming to Toronto for a string of standup dates, and he's imposing some pretty strict conditions on the...

Author Paula Dunning sharing workshop on Writing a Memoir

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Find the universal themes in your stories. Author Paula Dunning will take participants through the literary process of sharing your own life stories. Support yourself...

Canadian Screen Awards to reveal winners tonight through Thursday

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TORONTO — The Canadian Screen Awards will reveal this year's winners in a series of virtual presentations this week. The first three presentations will be live-streamed tonight...

By-Hands Festival This Weekend

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The By Hand Festival is an opportunity for crafters to showcase their talent.  Many local favourites will be back again this year as well...

Denys Arcand on the theme that ties ‘The Fall of the American Empire’ to...

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TORONTO — Quebec filmmaker Denys Arcand believes that centuries from now, people will remember our current political moment as the end of an era. In this way, the...

Canadian shorts ‘at the forefront of the medium,’ says TIFF filmmaker

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TORONTO — At the Toronto International Film Festival, sometimes the biggest gems are the shortest. Though feature-length projects tend to eat up much of the...

Bryan Adams among performers set for CBC New Year’s Eve broadcast

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TORONTO — Bryan Adams will be among the performers on the CBC's cross-country "Canada's New Year's Eve — Countdown To 2020" broadcast. The public broadcaster...

Many Canadian film and TV productions held up by lack of COVID-19 insurance

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TORONTO — Reduced crowd scenes. Fewer people on set. COVID-19 testing. Handwashing stations. Those are some of the health and safety protocols Canadian film and TV...