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Norman Brown has been giving toys to children in hospitals since 1993. Yannick Nezet-Seguin and the Metropolitan Orchestra are on tour.
The Just for Laughs co-founder is consulting for the Montreal Laughs Festival/Festival du rire de Montreal
One of the architects of Just For Laughs is joining a new comedy festival as a consultant.
Grevin unveiled a likeness of Justin Trudeau, and months after a fire Cote St. Luc BBQ has reopened.
A devastating fire shuttered Cote-St-Luc BBQ for months, but the restaurant is finally ready to reopen.
In a tailored blue suit with his hands clasped gingerly in front of him, the eyes of Trudeau's wax effigy look slightly to the left of the room.
Anthony Gonzales plays Miguel, a boy trapped in the Mexican afterlife
Michael Mackenzie has adapted Vic and Flo saw a Bear for the Centaur. Scott Helman and Jonathan Roy at Brossard's Corona.
Tom Wilson, of Lee Harvey Osmond and Junkhouse fame, on his new book 'Beautiful Scars.'
Jorge Camarotti has captured images of Mile End residents in a new book of photography.
Set in the American south, Mudbound is a drama based on Hillary Jordan's bestselling novel.
Malcolm Young, a founding member and chief songwriter for hard rock legends AC/DC, has died. He was 64-years-old.
Video games, superheroes and sports anthems – here’s what’s on for the weekend.
Mary J. Blige and Carey Mulligan co-star in this drama about racism in the Mississippi Delta during World War II.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is standing firm on his promise not to impose a tax on Netflix and Liberal MPs from Quebec, where the province is prepared to do it alone, say they'll live with his decision -- at least for now.
The Museum of Fine Arts and Ubisoft have teamed up to create ‘What about History,’ a treasure hunt app for high schoolers
The time-spanning videogame relies on historical research
CTV Montreal hosts discuss Blake Shelton being named People's sexiest man
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts teamed with Ubisoft to tour the museum online
'Hub Montreal' is a showcase of Montreal's most hi-tech entertainment companies.
The Rabbi will be showing Keep Quiet, about an anti-Semitic politician who learns his grandmother is Jewish.
Paul Larocque, the former mayor of Bois des Filion, has been named acting general manager of the newly-created festival for the next two and a half months.
A modern art exhibit at the MAC is inspired by Leonard Cohen; POP Montreal holds five concerts to pay tribute to Cohen.
In Daddy's Home 2, Dusty and Brad are finally getting along, but what happens when their fathers show up for the holidays?
Treasured Quebecois classic The Hockey Sweater translates surprisingly well. It's on at the Segal.
Get into the spirit of the holiday season with a zany sequel called Daddy's Home 2, starring Mark Walhberg and Will Ferrell.
The country singer didn't sing as he performed at an award show.
A new Leonard Cohen exhibit at the MAC is called A Crack in Everything, and is an immersive, multimedia installation.
One month after MNAs voted in favour of taxing Netflix and all video streaming services, Quebec's Finance Minister is taking steps to enact the policy.