The popular ABBA musical Mamma Mia is taking on a new frontier, with a Chinese version to premiere in Shanghai on Monday.
Denise Donlon has exited the top post at CBC Radio, and the public broadcaster is replacing her with current programming director Chris Boyce.
Hundreds of people gathered Friday on the Poundmaker Cree Nation northwest of Saskatoon for the funeral of actor Gordon Tootoosis who died Tuesday due to complications from pneumonia.
Cuban guitarist and arranger Manuel Galban, a member of the celebrated Buena Vista Social Club musicians and Grammy winner, has died at the age of 80.
The federal broadcast regulator has postponed hearings to renew broadcast licences for CBC/Radio-Canada until next year.
Chinese writer Liao Yiwu has gone into exile in Germany, saying Chinese authorities have forbidden him from publishing.
The organizers of Halifax’s Summer of Murray film series say it just won’t be complete unless Bill Murray himself shows up.
Years after hospital employees were accused of snooping into the medical records of celebrity patients, UCLA Health System agreed to pay an $865,000 US settlement for potential violations of federal privacy laws.
Hollywood studios, recording labels, artists and internet service providers have created a program to alert internet subscribers when their accounts are used to access movies, songs and other content that entertainment companies consider unauthorized.