Legendary Canadian film producer Tom Daly, a pioneering producer and editor for the National Film Board of Canada, has died at the age of 93.
Companies such as Bell can’t offer streamed hockey games or TV shows exclusively to their own mobile and internet customers — such content must also be available to competitors “under fair and reasonable terms,” the CRTC has ruled.
A Windsor-area band called The Tea Party is getting ready to cash in on its name, after more than 20 years in the music business.
Monsieur Lazhar, the latest movie from noted Quebec filmmaker Philippe Falardeau, is Canada’s pick to compete at the upcoming Academy Awards.
On the Toronto stop of his short, eastern Canadian speaking tour, Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi emphasized the importance of arts investment in building a vibrant, attractive city.
R.E.M. has broken up, the band announced Wednesday. The group released 15 albums in its 31 years together. Fans reacted with surprise and dismay.
There’s no mistaking it in the photo: Toronto Coun. Doug Ford and celebrated Canadian author Margaret Atwood are clearly now acquaintances.
German conductor Kurt Sanderling, who fled Nazi Germany for Moscow and went on to lead the Moscow Radio Symphony and Leningrad Philharmonic, has died. He was 98.
Canadian teen heartthrob Justin Bieber has three nominations for the MTV Europe Awards, while Montreal alt-rockers Arcade Fire have two.