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'The Last Vermeer' comes to video on demand and stars Guy Pearce.
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.
‘Mortal Kombat,’ a reboot film based on the popular video game series, features plenty of martial arts action.
Mortal Kombat, legendary since the 90s, is getting a new life as it comes back to the big screen.
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.
Marvel superheros Falcon and The Winter Soldier have made the transition to the small screen on Disney+.
In a new musical, a teen in trouble with the law has a choice: go to juvenile detention or a Christian summer camp
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 and Leonard Cohen are featured in the new film 'Death of a Ladies' Man.'
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.
The guitar Leonard Cohen played during his last show in Israel in 2009 is on display as part of the newly expanded ANU - Museum of the Jewish People's multimedia exhibit.
Korean film 'Minari' is a family drama that's getting awards season hype.
Montrealer DJ and producer Kaytranada pulled in a double win at the Grammies, winning best dance recording for "10%" and best dance or electronic album for "Bubba."
A two-person Black-owned creative advertising firm wants to shed light on a lack of diversity among creative teams and campaigns, and change how companies market themselves.
The parade will have to wait until next year, said Kevin Tracey of the United Irish Societies, but that doesn't mean celebrating is off the table.