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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrived in Sydney on Monday for a 16-day tour of Australia and the South Pacific, just hours before Kensington Palace announced that the royal couple are expecting a child in the spring.
A Canadian group that pushed for change in the country's screen industry amid the #MeToo movement is taking matters into its own hands after seeing a lack of action.
Photographer Alia Youssef is using her art to challenge the way many Canadians picture Muslim women.
Ottawa duo Twin Flames picked up two trophies at the Native American Music Association Awards in Niagara Falls, N.Y., Friday.
A cello, nearly destroyed in Iraq after blocking bullets from hitting a professional musician, was brought back to life here in Calgary by a generous luthier.
Canadian Opera Company's new production, Hadrian, focuses on a gay love story and features nudity and sexuality. But for its creator, Rufus Wainwright, it's not about shocking audiences, but representing gay men on opera stages.
Damien Chazelle's new movie First Man, released Friday, tells the tale of the man behind the first moon landing. It's a story that resonates with astronauts today: their personal challenges going hand-in-hand with those of their jobs.
Organizers at the Stratford Perth Museum say that Steps to Stardom, a collection of mementos from the pop singer's hugely successful music career, will be extended until October 2019 before it undergoes another review.
Authorities say a crew member working on a movie about Mister Rogers has died after he suffered an apparent medical emergency and fell two stories off a balcony in western Pennsylvania.
One of the doctors behind a Montreal initiative says a visit to the museum can benefit people with conditions from mental illness and eating disorders to diabetes and high blood pressure, as well as those in palliative care.
Zaib Shaikh, who has worked on both sides of the camera in the Canadian entertainment industry, is heading to Los Angeles to serve as Canada's top diplomat in the heart of the American cultural industry.
Maryse Condé has won the New Prize in Literature, a one-time award created by the Swedish arts community to fill the void left by the Nobel Prize for Literature, which is on hiatus after a scandal-ridden year.
In his last year, while living with his own tragic story of terminal cancer, singer Gord Downie was consumed by another. He was transfixed by Chanie Wenjack, a 12-year-old Anishinaabe residential school student who died of hunger and exhaustion while trying to walk 600 km home to his family.
Young adult books like The Hate U Give are prime source material for Hollywood because the genre, even when tackling complex or controversial subject matter, is dedicated to being accessible to a wide audience.
Todd and Nicole Cameron from Nanaimo, B.C., seem like a normal couple expecting a baby — but something very strange happened during their maternity shoot.
The opulent dress is the centrepiece of Vancouver Art Gallery's newest exhibit, which features 40 avant-garde designs from Guo Pei, China's foremost couturière.
The creator of the highly publicized and famously failed Fyre Festival music bash has been sent to prison in the U.S. for six years.