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TV and movie star Neil Patrick Harris is in town to host the four final Just For Laughs galas.
As Just for Laughs is winding down, here's a round-up of some of the great laughs we've seen so far this year.
Marc-Andre Caron is demonstrating how to make stop-action movies, while other children's activities are scheduled at the Pointe Claire Library
Patrick Watson takes the stage in Quebec City, plus Shakespeare in the Park season begins.
As the annual Osheaga festival looms, local photographers display shots of years past, plus the Rolling Stones in Quebec City and a pop-up theatre.
The Rolling Stones are set to rock 80,000 fans during their Wednesday night set at Quebec City's Festival D'Ete.
Soul singer and songwriter Joss Stone is in Montreal and sat down for a chat, as she heads in a new direction.
If you want to get away this weekend, consider the Lanaudiere or Tremblant festival. Staying in town? Consider checking out the Minions movie.
As the Just for Laughs festival opens, comics from The Ethnic Show like Ronny Cheng, Ahmed Ahmed and Gina Yashere reveal what gets laughs.
The first edition of CTV and Virgin Radio’s ‘Movies in the Park’ features the film Madagascar at Pine Beach in Dorval.
Fans get to meet the people behind their favourite characters as they dress up for Commiccon in Montreal.
Colourful costumes and cult figures grab attention at Montreal's ComicCon while at The Jazzfest Dawn Tyler Watson takes to the Blues Stage.
Characters from fantasy, sci-fi, and blockbusters are in Montreal this weekend.
R&B legend Booker T, world music favourite Jesse Cook and Tex-Mex troop The Mavericks were the highlights of the Jazz Festival on Thursday.
A Montrealer mentored by legend Booker T, Huey Lewis and The News have still got it and world artists Jesse Cook returns to Montreal.
It was the band’s first Montreal show since 1996
Mayor Denis Coderre showed up to meet rocker Huey Lewis and the News ahead of their Jazz Fest show tonight.
A big homecoming for Montreal's Barr Brothers as they take the main stage at the Jazz Festival.
Montreal's Barr Brothers get a hometown show like no other when they take the main stage at the Jazz Festival.
Gypsophilia's dark klezmer had the crowd moving, while Alex Pangman still sings - with donated lungs.