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Cheesy 70s TV show ‘Fantasy Island’ comes to the big screen but this adaptation tends towards the scary.
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
With her art exhibit at UQAM, Heidi Barkun explores the success and failure of In-Vitro Fertilization
Construction began on a new artists’ residence named after former Quebec Premier Jacques Parizeau on Sunday.
Downhill pairs Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell in a dark comedy that brings the comedic heavyweights together for the first time.
All eyes will be on Hollywood for the Oscars on Sunday night but Montreal has become an increasingly important part of the big budget film world, especially when it comes to special effects.
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
Comedian Aba Atlas joins CTV Montreal’s Paul Karwatsky to discuss the importance of celebrating Black History Month in Montreal
The McGill Office for Science and Society's Jonathan Jarry discusses Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s multi-billion dollar health and wellness empire
Organizers of Igloofest are warning people after more than a dozen reports of thefts of phones and other items.
Quebecers are also less leery of organically modified foods and less likely to pay extra for organic foods, the study found.
A play at the Segal Centre about 6 city-slickers who try to be quiet for days.
The Montreal comedy festival has unveiled the first big names who will star at its 2020 edition this summer.
Teenagers gather to try to make the world a better place.
The annual Vision Celebration Gala fundraiser for the Black Theatre Workshop honoured professor and writer Nigel Thomas and others.
'To All the Boys, P.S. I Still Love You' is a sequel to the romantic Netflix hit.
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