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The Montreal International Black Film Festival (MIBFF) is the biggest of its kind in Canada and organizers have just unveiled the programming for its 15th year, which starts Sept. 24.
The Humane Society International will transport 79 dogs rescued from the 15th South Korean dog meat farm shut down since 2015, and transport them to Montreal for critical care and adoption.
Blackface is nothing new in Canada, and McGill University professor Charmaine Nelson does not feel the prime minister is alone in having pictures of him with his skin altered for a costume.
A yoga instructor began posting on social media about her surprising, troubling moments of discrimination with studio owners and staff.
McGill Historian Charmaine Nelson feels there are many more photo albums in Canada featuring white people in black or brownface.
Montreal Canadiens greats will talk about the relationship between player and doctor Oct. 2 at Taverne Moderne at Hockey 911, a fundraising event in support of the Montreal General Hospital Foundation.
An event called 'Hockey 911' celebrates the bond between athletes and doctors. NHL hall of famer Bob Gainey and Dr. Tarek Razek on the event
Tech analyst Elias Makos explain the controversy surrounding Amazon amid allegations they changed the search function to increase profits.
Former Montreal Alouettes linebacker Marc-Olivier Brouillette is spokesperson for the Montreal Vegan Festival and says there are many myths about a plant-based diet.
Political scientist Donald Cuccioletta on what seminal war film Apocalypse Now can teach us about the post 9/11 world.
One of Broadway’s most historically important plays is making history all over again in a Montreal theatre.
Comedian Joey Elias talks about hosting An Evening of Hilarity, a benefit show for On Our Own.
Political analyst Thomas Mulcair weighs in on the federal election campaign and what might be in store for Quebec.
Political analyst David Heurtel on where Quebec will stand in the election campaign and what trends to watch for.
Digital analyst Elias Makos says when combating fake news in an age of electoral interference, we must ask if the information is causing us to hate rather than examine.
With the writ set to drop Wednesday, former NDP leader Thomas Mulcair feels there is work to do for all parties.
The MNA responsible for relations with English-speaking Quebecers Christopher Skeete is leading a tour of the province specifically to interact with Anglos and gauge what matters to them.
The new meatless burgers on the market are being called food chemistry at its finest being, and are great for the environment even if they're not that healthy.
Moments before Bianca Andreescu's historic US Open finals, Tennis Canada VP Eugene Lapierre breaks down her rise, skill and influence.
McGill University's Daniel Beland on whether Jagmeet Singh or Andrew Scheer can lead their parties to victory in Quebec.