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You probably haven't heard of him, but 15-year-old Johnny Orlando may be Canada's next big pop-music export.
The reboot of Roseanne ended the season with a flood, a feast and a prayer. It was a hopeful climax to a show that's been popular and yet also divisive.
The painting depicts a colonial structure in an Indigenous setting, but it's the name of the work that's spurred a debate about how the art world should address reconciliation.
Philip Roth, a prize-winning novelist and fearless narrator of sex, death, assimilation and fate, has died.
Prince Harry pays tribute to victims of the Manchester Arena bombing in his remarks at a garden party honouring his father, Prince Charles.
A woman has filed a lawsuit in New York against R. Kelly, claiming the singer sexually assaulted her, locked her in rooms for punishment and infected her with herpes.
A media watchdog group is calling on Netflix to pull its 13 Reasons Why series because of potentially harmful content.
A Quebec Superior Court justice has given the green light to a class action against Gilbert Rozon, the Just for Laughs founder accused by about 20 women of sexual assaulted and harassment.
Pop artist Robert Indiana, best known for his 1960s LOVE series, has died at his island home off the coast of Maine. He was 89.
Ariana Grande shared a message of hope with fans Tuesday on the anniversary of the bombing at Manchester Arena that killed 22 people.
When Ranveer Brar learned bhangra through Indian dance coaches, he connected on a deeper level with his Punjabi culture and heritage. Now he's passing on his passion for bhangra and Punjabi culture to the next generation of aspiring dancers.
As the White House considers how to crack down on illegal border crossings, a virtual-reality project in Washington, D.C., that simulates the panic and despair of a migrant's journey has become a hit. The Oscar-winning project by Alejandro Inarritu has been booked solid since March.
Banx & Ranx, a Montreal beat-making duo, couldn’t have predicted the success of their latest track, Answerphone. But their own stories offered hints.
Netflix says that it has reached a deal with Barack and Michelle Obama to produce material for the streaming service.
Kensington Palace has released three official wedding photographs taken of Prince Harry and the former Meghan Markle shortly after they were married on Saturday.
The 2018 Billboard Music Awards paid tribute to the students and teachers affected by recent deadly shootings in Texas and Florida, while the night also featured show-stopping performances by iconic singer Janet Jackson and K-pop group BTS.
The Canadian co-writer and co-producer of Book Club, a new comedy starring Jane Fonda and Diane Keaton, says the all-star cast was willing to sacrifice "creature comforts" in exchange for fully realized characters in a Hollywood film.
The royal reception of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex might have been off-limits to reporters, but Saturday Night Live imagined what it would have been like.
A tumultuous Cannes Film Festival concluded Saturday with the Palme d'Or awarded to Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda's Shoplifters, a tender portrait of a poor, impoverished family, while Harvey Weinstein accuser Asia Argento vowed justice will come to all sexual predators.