CBC Radio has tried to reinvent itself but now must appease listeners who feel betrayed by a man they had come to regard as a public champion of all things feminist.
Born with cerebral palsy, bullied much of his life, NIc Dyson says he “writes songs to create something positive out of the extreme negatives that I have to experience in my life.”
Elvis impersonator, Dave Greene, sang a few songs at the beginning of the play over the weekend.
Gordon Lightfoot treated Winnipeg to two sets at MTS Centre on Saturday night, where 4,500 people enjoyed the iconic performer in the intimate setting of a concert bowl.
‘Dancing Tragedies and Dreams’ connects Western and Arabic worlds; amplifies the cry of Palestinians for peace, human rights and social justice.
Hula-hooping, juggling, unicycling, dancing and practicing tricks – every Sunday they run away to the circus.
Big, loud, dumb and fun – a gory spectacle at the Park Theatre has audiences getting splattered with fake blood, and loving it.
Local Comic Con enthusiast creates elaborate costumes from random materials ordinarily used in home renovations.
Writer and broadcaster Sara Arenson interviews David Suzuki on the health of the environment in Canada and around the world.
A group exhibition of Aboriginal building design responds to the recent surge of Indigenous architecture in Canada.