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01/19/2022 01:33 AM
André Leon Talley, former editor at large at U.S. Vogue, dead at 73
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André Leon Talley, the towering former creative director and editor at large of Vogue magazine, has died. He was 73.


01/19/2022 12:50 PM
French actor Gaspard Ulliel dead at 37 after skiing accident
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French actor Gaspard Ulliel, known for film and television roles including the Oscar-nominated Canadian film It's Only the End of the World, died Wednesday after a skiing accident in the Alps, according to his agent's office. He was 37.


01/19/2022 11:33 AM
Kiefer Sutherland on his vulnerable side, new album and relationship with Toronto
Kiefer Sutherland

The actor and musician Kiefer Sutherland spoke with Q’s Tom Power about his new album, Bloor Street, which pays homage to his hometown of Toronto.


01/19/2022 04:00 AM
How I navigated losing my voice as a trans opera singer
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Transitioning as an opera singer and losing my vocal range as a soprano was a double-edged sword, writes Asher Maclaren.


01/18/2022 03:29 PM
Carol Off stepping down as host of CBC Radio's As It Happens
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Veteran CBC journalist Carol Off is stepping down as host of As It Happens, CBC Radio's flagship evening current affairs show, after nearly 16 years of interviews marked by both doggedness and empathy.


01/18/2022 07:00 AM
Cree artist says tattoo school is alternative to traditional apprenticeship route
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A Cree tattoo artist and entrepreneur is offering aspiring artists in Alberta an opportunity to learn the industry through a post-secondary program.


01/18/2022 06:16 PM
Canadian jazz legend Eleanor Collins honoured with commemorative stamp
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"Canada's first lady of jazz" Eleanor Collins is getting her own commemorative stamp, Canada Post has announced.


01/18/2022 11:15 AM
Quebec musician Karim Ouellet, Juno award winner, dies at 37
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Quebec City musician Karim Ouellet, a Juno award winner and Félix award nominee who broke through with his heartfelt 2012 hit song L’Amour, was found dead Monday in Quebec City. He was 37.


01/18/2022 05:23 PM
Grammy Awards rescheduled to April 3 in Las Vegas
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The Grammy Awards ceremony honouring top performances in music has been rescheduled for April 3 in Las Vegas, the Recording Academy and broadcaster CBS said in a statement on Tuesday.


01/18/2022 03:17 PM
Netflix star Ramakrishnan, sportscaster Cole among CSA's special award winners
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Never Have I Ever star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan and sportscaster Bob Cole are among those set to receive honours from this year's Canadian Screen Awards.


01/15/2022 04:00 AM
TV hit Yellowjackets is a thrilling, chilling tale of female survivalism
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The Showtime series tells the story of a high school girls' soccer team that is stranded in the Ontario wilderness after a plane crash, offering a brutal look at what teen girls might do to survive under desperate circumstances.


01/18/2022 12:30 PM
7 retro pop culture references in the CBC comedy Son of a Critch
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The touchstones of a 1980s adolescence are brought to life in a CBC series based on a memoir by Newfoundland comic Mark Critch.


01/18/2022 10:46 AM
Microsoft to buy game giant Activision Blizzard for $68B US
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Microsoft is buying the gaming company Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion US, gaining access to blockbuster games like Call of Duty and Candy Crush.


01/16/2022 04:00 AM
From Ms. Marvel to The Dropout: a genre-based 2022 TV watchlist
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CBC News shares some of the best TV series coming out in 2022 — with release date and streaming platform when available — all arranged by genre.


01/17/2022 02:48 PM
Niagara Falls to be lit up in white tonight to honour Betty White's 100th birthday
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The Horseshoe and American falls will be lit up white Monday night to honour what would have been iconic actor Betty White’s 100th birthday.


01/16/2022 05:00 AM
Artists aim to make tattoos more inclusive by going back to traditional techniques
Hannah Bulman

Hand-poke tattoo artists eschew electric machines in favour of just a needle.


01/16/2022 08:00 AM
Willie Thrasher re-releases another album with Grammy-nominated producer
Willie Thrasher and Kevin Howes

Toronto music producer Kevin Howes has re-issued yet another northern gem. This time it’s Willie Thrasher’s Indian/Inuit Country, which was first out from Sunshine Records in the 1990s.


01/16/2022 04:00 AM
Sault Ste. Marie honours Wiikwemkoong woman for efforts preserving Anishnaabemowin
Barbara Nolan

For five decades Barbara Nolan has put her life into preserving Anishnaabemowin, and she was recently recognized for her efforts by the City of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 


01/16/2022 10:14 PM
Art thieves make off with sculptures from Kelowna gallery
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Kelowna RCMP are investigating after thieves stole 11 Canadian art pieces worth nearly $70,000 within three minutes early Saturday.


01/16/2022 04:00 AM
She saved 200,000 books from the landfill and hopes to find them all a home
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Myriam Gaudet gives a new lease on life to books that aren't flying off the shelves at local thrift stores, but her success in amassing a wealth of literature has posed a problem: how to store all these books until the right buyer comes along.