Visitors to Montreal still have time to see Une brèche en toute chose ("A Crack in Everything"), a multimedia art exhibit that pays tribute to the late Leonard Cohen.
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Globe-trotting opera sensation Measha Brueggergosman takes stock of the meaning of Canada at home and abroad.
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Three decades ago this December, Moonstruck was released in theatres. Here, five reasons to revisit the Oscar-winning classic.
"Snap out of it!"
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Buckingham Palace has released a striking new portrait of the Duke of Edinburgh, which is set to go on display in the UK and Denmark next year.
For those...Read More»
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We've unearthed some fascinating facts you probably didn't know about the former teen heartthrob.
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From famed big screen tough guy to the patriarch of a Hollywood family to centenarian, the road to 101 wasn't always easy for Kirk Douglas.
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On the anniversary of John Lennon's death (Dec. 8, 1980), we recount some fascinating facts about the legendary Beatle.
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In honour of the 102nd anniversary of the release of "In Flanders Fields", we revisit Leonard Cohen's Legion Magazine video.
The famous war poem,...Read More»