Montreal’s new Quartier des Spectacles has been under construction for four years and still is facing opposition.
Canadian teen series Degrassi and the documentary Reel Injun are among the latest winners of Peabody Awards, the annual U.S. honours for the best in electronic media.
Canadian pop star Michael Bublé has married Argentine TV actress Luisana Lopilato in a civil ceremony.
The recent controversy over Madonna’s involvement with education in Malawi is an example of why celebrities should stay away from development work, says Canadian philanthropist Stephen Lewis.
Record company EMI has lost its appeal over the 2010 ruling that the catchy Men at Work song Down Under includes a melody lifted from a children’s song.
CNN founder Ted Turner, World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee and Kenyan engineer Evan Wadongo are the inaugural recipients of the Mikhail Gorbachev Awards.
With his years as governor behind him, Arnold Schwarzenegger will soon return to his acting career with a new animated TV series.
The P.E.I. government is being lobbied to reverse a decision to close down its program of support for Island publishers.
Because too much is never enough! Johnny Knoxville and the boys are at it again with Jackass 3.5, a compilation of dozens of episodes featuring all-new footage from the idiots you’ve come to fear and love. Loaded with never-before-seen stunts, pranks a…