Facebook users will be able to hear the music their friends are listening to and watch the TV shows their friends are watching through new partnerships with companies such as Netflix and Spotify.
Arcade Fire performs a free show at the Place des Spectacles on Thursday night.
A contract for a 1965 Beatles concert that demonstrated the Fab Four’s stand against segregation has sold for $23,000 US.
Prominent Canadian cartoonist and illustrator Seth is the latest recipient of the $10,000 Harbourfront Festival Prize.
Internet service providers that slow down games or other applications in violation of a CRTC policy may face a third-party audit or even a public hearing, the telecommunications regulator says.
Jorn Weisbrodt, a New York-based arts administrator who is also romantic partner to singer Rufus Wainwright, has been hired as the new artistic director of Toronto’s Luminato Festival.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says in a new unauthorized memoir that he did not sexually assault two women who have accused him of rape, and claims he was warned the U.S government was trying to entrap him.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has a book deal for a memoir with the title Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story.
Canadian choreographer Peter Quanz is going to be feted at the Bolshoi next month, with three of his works performed by the Buryatian National Ballet.