Sun Media has pulled its newspapers out of the Ontario Press Council, complaining about the “politically correct mentality” of the province’s print-media watchdog.
Nova Scotia writer Alexander MacLeod is one of six finalists for the 2011 Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award.
The CRTC said Wednesday that FM radio stations
in Canada reported higher revenues and profits for the broadcast
year ended Aug. 31, 2010, while there was little change in the
results for AM stations.
Chinese artist and government critic Ai Weiwei has accepted an offer to join the Berlin University of the Arts as a visiting lecturer, the German university has announced.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper portrays a clueless cop in an upcoming episode of the Victorian-era detective series Murdoch Mysteries.
The Juno Awards, the annual celebration of Canadian music, will return to Ottawa in 2012, the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences announced Wednesday.
Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will return to acting in the Lionsgate film The Last Stand, his spokesman announced Tuesday.
CBC’s Kady O’Malley reports live on Day 3 of the CRTC hearing that will determine how independent internet service providers should be billed by companies such as Bell for access to their networks.
Creem, the iconic, sardonic rock ‘n’ roll magazine that ceased regular print publication more than 20 years ago, is planning a comeback.