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Festival season kicks off in earnest as the Montreal International Jazz Festival begins.
Festival season kicks off in earnest as this year's Montreal International Jazz Festival begins on Wednesday.
Nearly 120 objects that belonged to the Montreal baseball greats like Jackie Robinson and Gary Carter are on display at city hall.
A $5 million investment and five years of research has resulted in B-Fly, a facility in Brossard where you can visit with 1,000 butterflies.
Ian Howarth talks about the days when DJs and rock music were on the airwaves in his new book 'Rock'N Radio.'
On the 20th anniversary of the release of the first Harry Potter book, Montrealers reflect on what the young wizard has meant to them.
When Howie Mandel played a Boston doctor on the 1980s medical drama "St. Elsewhere" it wasn't the medical jargon he struggled with -- it was his Canadian accent.
The movie debuted to lukewarm box-office reception, but Mark Wahlberg still has hopes for the Transformers franchise.
CTV weather presenter Lori Graham boldly rode La Ronde's latest thrill, Titan.
Montreal Community Cares honours people making a difference.
Julie Perrone of La Ronde explains what's on at the amusement park this summer
Across Canada, celebrations were held to honour National Aboriginal Day.
The bassist from the Red Hot Chili Peppers explains his musical evolution. Aboriginal Day is marked in downtown Montreal.
Red Hot Chili Pepper's Flea talks touring and his love of music in this one-on-one interview.
As the Red Hot Chili Peppers rock the Bell Centre tonight, they’ll be lit by an installation that was developed in Montreal.
Some of Montreal's biggest festivals are set to launch 'Sessions,' a series of free summer events.
The third film in the Pixar animated franchise topped the box office this weekend.
Three PHD students are winning awards for their advances in 3D printing technology.
Chief executive Eric Boyko said Friday that it is having trouble attracting talent because of provincial tax credits that have helped companies like Ubisoft and Warner Bros. to settle in Quebec over the past 20 years.
Leonard Cohen is one of the subjects being immortalized in a mural
Montreal's contemporary art museum will be hosting an exhibit later this year devoted to the life and work of Leonard Cohen.
CTV is showing off new shows and returning favourites for the fall TV season
Serena Ryder will play Canada Day in Ottawa, and les Francofolies is underway
Pierre Lapointe is bringing multimedia into the Symphonic Hall for Francofolies Music Festival.
Andy Grammer is playing the Israeli Cancer Research Foundation
For 40 years the Israeli Cancer Research Fund has been hosting fundraisers in the fight against cancer.
This period piece starring Rachel Weisz examines obsessive relationships in 19th century England.
The thousand-dollar-a-ticket fundraiser is for Sacre Coeur hospital and Breast Cancer Quebec foundation
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is revving up for a rock n’ roll summer. ‘Revolution’ features memorabilia from the 1960s.