Louvre officials ‘highly vigilant’ as Paris floods again

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The Louvre Museum, which has recently faced closures over pension strikes and the outbreak of the new coronavirus, is being confronted with potential floods as the Seine River rises and rain continues in Paris.

Junos will continue on as scheduled as no COVID-19 cases confirmed in Sask.

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Saskatchewan has not been affected by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, known as COVID-19, so the Junos will continue on as scheduled.

‘It’s crazy’: Meet 2 GTA girl bands competing for the same Juno award

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They’re young, talented and driven — and now they’re going to the Junos. Toronto bands GFORCE and Girl Pow-R are two of five groups nominated for children’s album of the year.

Pearl Jam postpones Toronto concert, upcoming tour over COVID-19 concerns

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Pearl Jam said it's deeply frustrated but has no choice but to postpone its upcoming tour, including a kick-off show in Toronto, due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19.

‘Out on a cloud of love’: Folk singer, songwriter Laura Smith has died

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Friends are remembering folk singer and songwriter Laura Smith as a talented performer who connected with a loyal audience, brought the best out in her collaborators and handled a terminal illness with grace.  

Artist finds muse in coronavirus quarantine

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Raymond Lau created one cartoon image per day while in quarantine, first on the cruise ship Diamond Princess, then at the Nav Centre in Cornwall, Ont.

Acting legend Max von Sydow dead at 90

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Max von Sydow, the self-described "shy boy"-turned-actor known to art house audiences through his work with Swedish director Ingmar Bergman and later to moviegoers everywhere when he played the priest in the horror classic The Exorcist, has died...

Festival cancellations could spiral after SXSW nixed due to COVID-19 fears

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From films to festivals, the entertainment world is seeing a growing list of event cancellations due to the spread of COVID-19 — and it's also affecting the spread of Canadian content.

Sold out: Country singer Brett Kissel plans Edmonton benefit for Nashville tornado victims

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The Flat Lake, Alta., singer said in an Instagram post that he'll be playing next Wednesday at The Station on Jasper Avenue.

Hachette cancels Woody Allen memoir following staff walkout

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On Friday, Woody Allen's publisher, Hachette Books Group, decided to cancel the planned release of his memoir Apropos of Nothing. The decision came after dozens employees staged a walkout in protest of the book's publication.

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