CBC plans a new TV talent show, called Cover Me Canada, in which emerging bands will reinterpret music by iconic Canadian artists.
Having dominated morning television and anchored the evening news, broadcaster Katie Couric is now set to tackle daytime.
U.S. writer Harry Bernstein, whose acclaimed memoir of an English childhood haunted by anti-Semitism – The Invisible Wall – was published when he was 96, has died. He was 101.
Internationally renowned and prodigious Canadian artist Michael Snow has won the Gershon Iskowitz Prize.
Ottawa, the city that loves to complain, will now get a chance to have the gripes of its citizenry set to music.
The red and black leather jacket worn by Michael Jackson in the Thriller video is expected sell for $200,000 when it comes up for auction later this month.
Robert Morgan, a well-known Cape Breton historian and writer, died at home Saturday at the age of 72.
Theatre titan Des McAnuff will helm the Stratford Shakespeare Festival for two more years.
Anne of Green Gables: The Musical launches its first major redesign since it hit the stage in 1965.