Canadian moguls skier Brayden Kuroda dies suddenly at 19

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Canadian freestyle moguls team member Brayden Kuroda has died suddenly, Freestyle Canada said on Tuesday. He was 19.

This photo taken in the London Underground wins top wildlife photography prize

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London's Natural History Museum has awarded its most prestigious prize to a photo of mice tussling in the London Underground.

Nick Suzuki locked in as a cornerstone for Montreal Canadiens’ future

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In his first season in Montreal he has steadily improved, emerging as an indispensable part of the team’s plans to build a winner going forward. 

More artists postpone or cancel China dates over coronavirus, with insurance coverage in doubt

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The growing outbreak of coronavirus has led to the cancellation of multiple events scheduled in China, including those in the arts and entertainment industries.

Ballet based on Atwood’s MaddAddam trilogy headed to National Ballet of Canada

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The world premiere of a new full-length ballet based on author Margaret Atwood's MaddAddam trilogy of dystopian novels is among works headed to the National Ballet of Canada.

Independent cinemas accuse Cineplex of shutting them out of market for top films

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Independent movie theatres across the country say Cineplex Entertainment, which owns about 75 per cent of the screens in Canada, is shutting them out of the market for top films like Oscar winners Parasite and Little Women.

Lynn Cohen, who played Magda in Sex and the City, dead at 86

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Lynn Cohen, an actress best known for playing the plainspoken housekeeper and nanny Magda on Sex and the City, has died. She was 86.

Romantic resurgence: Why the film genre is making a comeback

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Romantic films have been seeing a renaissance lately, with two major releases have Canadian talent involved.

True Grit novelist Charles Portis dies at 86 

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Novelist Charles Portis, a favourite among critics and writers for such shaggy dog stories as Norwood and Gringos and a bounty for Hollywood whose droll, bloody western True Grit was a bestseller twice adapted into Oscar nominated films, died Monday...

Founder Guy Laliberté​​​​​​​ sells remaining Cirque du Soleil shares

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Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté​​​​​​​ is selling the last of his shares in the entertainment behemoth nearly 36 years after launching the Quebec-based circus troupe.