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Budding Toronto rapper Twy Korchinski Beals — who happens to be the brother of Regis Korchinski-Paquet, the young woman who died during an encounter with police last year — has shared dramatic footage of a recent interaction with authorities in which they drew their guns on him first thing.
Newly-freed funnyman Bill Cosby is weighing up offers to make his onstage comeback with a comedy tour.
The 148-year-old franchise has reported annual losses of $12M within the league’s status quo.
Artists share how the crisis has upended their lives and livelihoods
Corus Entertainment Inc. reported a profit of $40.7 million in its latest quarter as its revenue rose 15 percent compared with a year ago at the start of the pandemic.
Arnold Pinnock’s dream project didn’t come together easily. Instead, in the years the Canadian actor fought to pitch and produce a series rooted in the history and culture of Black people in this country, there seemed to be little interest.
The Imagine Dragons immersive theatre experience will transform Casa Loma, Toronto’s iconic mansion, into a fairy-tale castle complete with dragons, fairies, and fair maidens.
Country singer Brett Kissel and alternative rockers Our Lady Peace are among the Canadian acts set to headline a five-weekend Ontario summer concert series that includes strict COVID-19 safety guidelines.
A mature-period canvas by Emily Carr fetched more than $3 million at a Toronto auction, making it one of the most valuable works by the B.C. artist to come to market.