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Foo Fighters fan Johanne Bowe is fully vaccinated -- but won't be able to see her favourite band in New York City, because she received the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Originally promised in 2019, Quebec and the City of Montreal announced Monday $30 million to support artists and their workshops.
Veteran CHOM 97.7 radio host Terry DiMonte is being inducted into the Canadian Broadcast Industry Hall of Fame.
Quebec’s overnight summer camps are still waiting to hear if they'll be able to reopen this summer -- and families are waiting too.
Veteran CHOM 97.7 radio host Terry DiMonte is stepping away from the mic after 43 years.
Historian Jamie Jelinski, after learning a piece of a murder victim's skin has been kept by Quebec for almost 100 years and was displayed in a museum, wants to know more -- but he hasn't been able to get any answers, or to see it himself.
Writer, scenographer and pamphleteer Claude Jasmin, who wrote the TV series 'La Petite Patrie' in the mid-1970s, died on Wednesday night at the age of 91.
Last year, the team over at CHOM 97.7 sang about standing their ground. Now, the gang is choosing to look at the very bright side.
Organizers of Montreal's Osheaga festival are cancelling the event for a second consecutive year.
The iconic building that was once home to the Loews Theatre in downtown Montreal will be turned into condos, a move that has upset some.
After a nearly 400-day hiatus caused by COVID-19, Cirque du Soleil will relaunch four of its major shows in the coming months.
The McCord Stewart Museum has appointed AFNQL Regional Chief Ghislain Picard as chair of its board of trustees, the first time an Indigenous person has been named to the post.
Quebec entertainment mogul Gilbert Rozon is facing a $1.6-million civil lawsuit over an alleged sexual assault dating back to 1994.
Singer Michel Louvain died Wednesday evening at Verdun Hospital in Montreal. He was 83 years old. The Quebec music icon died peacefully in his sleep, his agency Productions Martin Leclerc announced.
At Beaconsfield High School, the show must go on. Students at the high school in Montreal's West Island will perform the annual school play, only this year, it’s online.
For the first time in six months, the Montreal Symphony Orchestra will be onstage in front of an audience this week.
Art, music, video sequences and even collectables can be bought and sold as non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, and they are gaining in popularity.
There are a few cooks who are known just by their first names. Here is Canada, it is Ricardo. His latest book, 'Sheet Pan Everything: Deliciously Simple One-Pan Recipes.' is out now.
One of Montreal's most famous sons has certainly lived long and prospered.
Montreal's Irish community got their green on and celebrated St. Patrick's Day for the second time during the COVID-19 pandemic, following health rules and helping out the homeless.