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Montreal-area theatres are finding creative ways to get back to show business with performances indoors, outdoors and online.
Comedian Joey Elias is calling on the country to sing 'Courage' Thursday in an act of unity.
Ahead of St-Patrick's Day, Scott Macleod has an artistic look back at the Irish in Quebec with a short film 'The Irishman – Child of the Gae
Photographer Victor Lamich has travelled the world and presents his large-scale prints on aluminum at Studio Nikita.
The Pointe-à-Callière museum is playing host to Doris and her alpaca pals, and they're quickly becoming social media darlings.
Using the underground pedestrian network, Montrealers can do an 'art walk' no matter what the weather is.
Quebec production company Couronne Nord got a yes from Netflix and now the world we see a first Quebec drama headed to the online giant.
A medical drama about a Syrian doctor now in Canada premieres. We took a tour of the Montreal set.
Young people know how to use technology. Digital spring events teach them to use it to get a job out of it.
To celebrate the milestone, a theatre tour starring the mystery-solving dog is coming to Montreal.
Scottish Spring offers music, history and dance at Place des Arts, celebrating the mixing of cultures of Scotland and Quebec.
The Rainbow Six Siege invitational drew thousands of fans. Stars competed for millions of dollars in a theatre built like a sports venue.
Quebecer Jonathan Emile’s album ‘Space in between’ offers warm beats to warm the soul and stave off winter.
The theatrical stage show that pays tribute to Queen is at Place des Arts this week
Christine Long has a look at ‘Aura,’ a new sound and light show at the Notre-Dame Basilica that is a quiet retreat from city sounds
A play at the Segal Centre about 6 city-slickers who try to be quiet for days.
Teenagers gather to try to make the world a better place.
Christine long has a preview of 'Halka,' a circus troop from Morocco that is visiting Montreal for their first time
Omari and Akilah Newton explain the history of black communities in Canada
Alessia Cara will host the 2020 Juno Awards, at which several Montrealers will be in the running for Canada’s top music prizes
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