Before he became host of CTV National News, Lloyd Robertson spent 22 years at the CBC, where he brought integrity, debonair charm and the occasional devilish deadpan to his broadcasts. Here’s a look back at the departing anchor’s distinguished career.
A sad off-season in the National Hockey League continued Wednesday with the death of former Toronto Maple Leafs and Calgary Flames tough guy Wade Belak, CBC News has confirmed.
Mel Gibson will pay $750,000 US to his ex-girlfriend and continue to provide housing and financial support for their young daughter to resolve a bitter legal fight that followed sexist, racist rants attributed to the actor.
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council has reversed itself, ruling that while a homosexual slur in the Dire Straits hit Money for Nothing is inappropriate but suggesting individual radio stations can decide whether to play the song.
Less than a week after Jack Layton was laid to rest with a state funeral, plans are already in the works for a collection of essays inspired by the late politician.
Fallen Canadian-born businessman Conrad Black says he was humbled cleaning toilets and forming alliances with Mafia and other fellow inmates, but he also tells Vanity Fair he’s innocent and blames Rupert Murdoch in part for his legal troubles.
George Clooney’s The Ides of March opens a star-studded Venice Film Festival on Wednesday, and fans will also see two other Hollywood actor/directors, Madonna and Al Pacino, premiering their latest directorial efforts.
Pop stars Deborah Cox and Jordan Knight will join veteran music producer Ron Fair as judges for the CBC music competition Cover Me Canada this fall.
Beyoncé’s pregnant performance at the MTV Video Music Awards has resulted in a Twitter record of 8,868 tweets per second.