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Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte says he wants to buy back the internationally celebrated circus company he created more than 35 years ago.
Cartoon mainstay Scooby-Doo returns in his first full-length animated movie.
A touring school bus has been playing folk shows at seniors' residences for the past week and will continue to bring cheer for the next month to those isolated during the COVID-19 crisis.
According to an open letter sent on Wednesday, the self-employed workers are acrobats, directors, scenographers, choreographers, technical or artistic directors as well as numerous technicians.
Published by McClelland & Stewart, "Magnetic Equator" maps the shifting migrations across North and South America with visually innovative poems that traverse the page.
The '360 Edition' of Montreal Pride will take place from August 10 to 16.
Stunning documentaries about elephants and dolphins are now available on Disney+.
The Quebec government is in talks with potential investors who are eyeing Cirque du Soleil, Pierre Fitzgibbon confirmed on Friday.
‘The Half of It,’ written and directed by Alice Wu, comes to Netflix.
'Tammy's Always Dying' is a family drama now available on video on demand.
Professor Amelie Quesnel-Vallee says race and income should be taken into consideration when looking at physical distancing measures.
‘Trolls: World Tour’ stars Justin Timberlake and is the first major studio movie to be released straight to video on demand.
A collection of 40 young string musicians from every province and territory in Canada put together a video ensemble to give those in isolation or despair a moment of joy.
Singer-songwriter Florence K.’s at-home performance this weekend benefits the Jewish General Hospital. She's got a new song about isolation.
The 12th edition of the Montreal Comiccon will be in July of 2021 after the event's organizers decided to follow Quebec's request and postpone its 2020 event due to the COVID-19 crisis.
With television and film production at a standstill, actors, writers and producers are using their talents on Quibi.
Canadian singers Celine Dion, Shawn Mendes, and Michael Buble are among the artists slated to appear in tonight's "One World: Together At Home" global TV and streaming special.
The team at CHOM 97.7 put together a rallying cry for Montrealers and they did it using the words and music of Tom Petty.
Author Saleema Nawaz's new book "Songs for the End of the World" is about a coronavirus plague with shocking similarities to the modern pandemic. The author started work on it in 2013.
‘Tigertail,’ the autobiographical story of a man’s journey to America, is available on Netflix.