Algoma University

Algoma University Partners with Canada Homestay Program to Support Growing Student Need in Brampton...

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(BRAMPTON / SAULT STE. MARIE, ON- July 12th, 2021): Algoma University has recently partnered with the Canada Homestay Network (CHN) to support the needs...

Continued Support for Arts, Culture, Heritage and Sport Sector Organizations

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Since March 2020, Canadians’ access to arts, culture, heritage and sporting events has been severely limited due to closures, cancellations and postponements related to...

Toronto film fest returning to more theatres; Alanis Morissette doc, ‘Dune’ in lineup

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TORONTO — An Alanis Morissette documentary and a special IMAX event for Denis Villeneuve's "Dune" are among the offerings in the upcoming Toronto International...

Sault Ste. Marie Public Library celebrates National Indigenous Peoples Day

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The Sault Ste. Marie Public Library invites you to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day on Monday June 21, 2021 by viewing the latest in...

Storied music venue Massey Hall to reopen in November with Lightfoot, Sainte-Marie

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TORONTO — Gordon Lightfoot, Buffy Sainte-Marie and Broken Social Scene are among the artists set to perform at a renovated Massey Hall when the...
James Bartleman Award

Ontario Honours Talented Indigenous Youth, including Kaylem Daybutch from MFN

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James Bartleman Award Recognizes Indigenous Students for their Creative Writing Ontario is honouring six talented Indigenous students with the James Bartleman Indigenous Youth Creative Writing...

Jay Baruchel, Rick Mercer star in Saskadelphia-set Tragically Hip music video

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TORONTO — Tragically Hip fans Jay Baruchel and Rick Mercer are having a rough night in the band's latest music video. The famed Canadians star...

Rapist and killer Paul Bernardo set to have parole hearing June 22

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TORONTO — Convicted teen killer and serial rapist Paul Bernardo is set to have another parole hearing this month. The Parole Board of Canada says...

Margaret Atwood to release essay collection tackling ‘Burning Questions’ next spring

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TORONTO — Canadian literary legend Margaret Atwood is releasing a new collection of essays on subjects spanning geopolitical upheaval to the definition of granola. "Burning...

CBC to air The Black Academy’s upcoming awards show, starting in fall 2022

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TORONTO — An upcoming awards show honouring Black talent in Canada has found a broadcaster. Organizers say the CBC plans to air the groundbreaking event...