The Governor General’s office says an advisory panel will decide whether to strip Conrad Black and Garth Drabinsky of the prestigious award.
Regina will be hosting the 2013 Junos, the Canadian music industry awards.
A design-build team led by Ledcor was announced Wednesday as the winning bid for constructing the new Royal Alberta Museum in downtown Edmonton.
Hugh Jackman’s one-man show, which has already made a splash in Toronto and San Franscisco, is heading for Broadway.
A new exhibit in Iqaluit has drawings and photos from National Geographic contributor and Catholic priest Guy Mary-Rousselière, who captured several decades of social change in Nunavut.
Actor Matt Watts admits playing the neurotic patient Michael in the new CBC comedy Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays was sometimes an anxiety-causing experience.
CTV has scrapped the sitcoms Hiccups and Dan for Mayor, as well as the reality competition So You Think You Can Dance Canada.
School children in Fredericton are enjoying some special visitors this week as a part of the Blues in the Schools program operated by the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival.
Elton John performed to a sold-out crowd at Centre 200 in Sydney Tuesday night.