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Are the Oscars still relevant? Are they doing a better job to reflect diversity? Bill Brownstein of the Montreal Gazette weighs in.
Frustration with social integration was the topic of a play at Ecole Secondaire St. Luc
Oscar winning filmmaker Gore Verbinski has a new movie out—a chilling thriller called A Cure for Wellness.
Syrian refugees are using art to show Canadians what their new home means to them.
Unique pieces from Bell's historical collections, chosen from among 30,000 items stored in a secret location, are part of a new exhibit at Pointe à Caillere museum.
Michael Farkas, president of the Black History Month Round Table talks about the growing racial divide in the US and the need for tolerance.
The city has issued invitations to Montrealers everywhere to come home for the 375th celebrations, and William Shatner has answered the call
Some of the weird, wild and wonderful outfits on the red carpet at the Grammys
The story of the British home child has come to Montreal in the play 'Ne m'oublie pas.' Carolyn Perkes and Gilles Duceppe discuss.
Fabre, Cadillac, Atwater – we know the names of the metro stations, but a new art exhibit aims to show the people behind the names.
The American heavy metal pioneers will play on Quebec City’s Plains of Abraham on July 14 and then five days later in Montreal.
Adapted from the best-selling novel Colour Bar by Susan Williams, A United Kingdom is about an interracial couple that made headlines.
A choir made up of 500 kids from both French and English schools. Noises Off at the Segal Centre and Bakersfield Mist at the Centaur.
The new Lego movie, a moonlit bike ride and a Valentine feel are all on tap for the weekend.
There's a benefit concert at the Rialto to raise money for the families of the mosque shooting victims.
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, this weekend is a great time to visit the Chocolate Festival at Marche Bonsecours.
The MSO has a pop music series and this year it includes Half Moon Run and Bruno Pelletier.
A Montreal company's pioneering camera will be honoured at the Oscars of the scientific and technical worlds this weekend.
Half Moon Run will join the Montreal Symphony Orchestra
Three decades later, Blue Rodeo is still going strong and performs at Place des Arts. Their new album pay tribute to their loyal fans.
One man used a photo opportunity with Celine Dion to propose to his girlfriend
Montreal en lumiere is designed to lure young people downtown during the coldest month with two weeks of entertainment.
The 18th edition features free shows designed to get you to celebrate
Lada Gaga is following up her Super Bowl performance with a world tour.
Kosher Love is a documentary about arranged marriages in Jewish orthodox communities. Slam Obsidian is a spoken-word hip hop history lesson
The Space Between Us explores an inter-planetary relationship between a two teenagers.
The weekend brings some gospel, some soul and some Icelandia-ambient-chill music to Montrealers.
The Gala Dynastie will celebrate the accomplishments of black Quebecers.
Angelo Cadet introduced Gala Dynastie’s guests for Black History month
Akilah Newton and her brother Omari are behind Slam Obsidian, a presentation that they created to focus specifically on people who had an impact in Canada.