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As the Quebec film and television industry approaches a real resumption of filming, the government is infusing the industry with a $51 million temporary assistance program to help.
La Ronde will soon be reopening in accordance with public health rules, after some other Six Flags parks reopened in the U.S.
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has severed ties with its director general and chief curator, citing a deteriorating workplace environment.
Terry Mosher, better known as Aislin, remembers the great cartoonist Duncan Macpherson in his book 'Professional Heckler'
Inspired by award-winning journalism, Target Number One is a gritty crime drama to catch on the big screens.
A Quebec artist is furious after she says she found her original work being pawned off by online retailers who are selling bogus copies shipped from China.
Douglas Hood grew up in Montreal in the 1950s and created a montage of the city using photographs as he can't visit due to COVID-19.
Kahnawake filmmaker Tracey Deer was 12 years old during the Oka Crisis, and is making a film about her experiences.
The Montreal Symphony Orchestra is popping up all over Montreal. Making the best of a difficult situation, the MSO will perform 60 outdoor surprise pop-up shows.
Mandy and Rebecca Wolfe, the sisters behind Mandy's Salads restaurant chain, have published a book of recipes for lettuce and life.
Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga gives those looking for a laugh a chance to chuckle in tune.
The Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) community of Kahnawake is working to ensure that not even the COVID-19 pandemic will halt the community’s efforts to teach its language.
La Grande Bibliotheque reopened Thursday for the first day in months, and its superfans couldn’t be happier, even if they can’t sit inside anymore.
Montreal's beloved small music venues say they can't reopen before a vaccine. One industry expert says 'nine out of 10' could close.
Just for Laughs president Bruce Hills looks back at comedy legend Carl Reiner who died Tuesday at the age of 98.
This year's edition of the Montreal International Jazz Festival may have given music fans a glimpse into how they'll be attending performances for the next little while after cancelling what would have been the 41st edition of the festival in April.
Hudson's theatre will grow even bigger and serve more groups with a new federal grant.
Montreal-based hip hop artist Narcy discusses his latest album, the climate in which it was created and his view on the remarkable happenings in the world right now.
Videogame maker Ubisoft announced Friday they are launching several internal investigations about sexual harassment and other inappropriate behaviours inside its facilities around the world.
There were no cheering crowds, no spectators waving flags, and Fleur de Lys face paint during the big Fete Nationale broadcast on Tuesday evening.