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He killed a man and was forgiven; he loved a man and was vilified. The opera ‘Champion’ premiers in Canada next week at Place des Arts and is based on the true story of boxer Emile Griffith.
The documentary 'INcluded' shows how Physio-Verdun hired three adults with special needs to work in their clinics.
Justin Trudeau isn't the only one making a cameo on Corner Gas Animated. In Season 2, Chris Hadfield and Michael J. Fox will also appear.
Centaur Theatre goes wild in January with the Wildside Festival – a great selection of independent, unleashed performance pieces.
What to do this cold weekend? There are many options
Comedian Ryan Belleville is at the Comedy Nest this weekend to help us laugh away the winter blues.
Irish film festival Cine Gael is in its 27th year and features Black 47; Canadian premiere of boxing opera Champion
Based on a true story, the Centaur Theatre play 'True Crime' questions fake news.
The Queen and her court will be chosen for the upcoming St. Patrick's Day Parade – selection begins this week.
The 'hands-on' exposition, called Shadows without Borders, goes until January 6 – reflecting personal stories behind today’s news headlines.
Rock band The Damn Truth's new video 'Devilish Folk' is an homage to Montreal’s squeegee kids living on the streets of Montreal.
Cirque de Soleil is bringing the show Corteo, which was first performed in 2005, to the Bell Centre.
Roslyn elementary school in Westmount has invited parents and staff to join the children's choir.
Enter the Duat, a VR experience that takes you to Ancient Egypt can be viewed at Galeries Rive Nord in Repentigny.
Andy Kim’s holiday concert at Corona Theatre, Coeur de Pirate performs, and giant dominoes at Place des Festivals!
You can see fireworks at the Old Port or play with dominoes at Place des Festivals
The Student Council had a special plan to help out those in need
They've been making cards for patients at Montreal Children's Hospital and collecting donations for the Mile End mission
The St. Laurent school is helping the Mile End Mission.
Our Spirit of Giving Campaign continues at Merton School in Cote Saint-Luc.
The high school students are demonstrating the Spirit of Giving
Students at Michaelangelo International School are knitting as the CTV Spirit of Giving Campaign begins.
Humble, yet hilarious – the Jean-Louis sisters are unlikely comedy stars: each with two university degrees and a sold-out show.
What does it take to build the world’s largest latke? Potatoes, lots of them – 180 in all – and 50 onions, give or take. The essential ingredient, though, is tons of goodwill.
Montreal’s ugly Christmas tree made plenty of people laugh a few years ago – but now the joke is on us. A new, ticklish ugly Christmas is the one laughing.
The Souk @ Sat offers local artisans a chance to sell their wares in a bohemian environment at the Society for Arts and Technology.
The CP Holiday Train has begun its journey across Canada, supporting food banks and raising spirits along the way.
The LGBTQ film festival IMAGE+NATION opens in Montreal Thursday.
The gay, lesbian, bi, trans event takes place ever November in Montreal.