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Shawn Mendes donates $100k to Mexican earthquake relief
Shawn Mendes has launched an online fundraiser to help those affected by the Mexican earthquake just days after he escaped safely from the quake ahead of a planned show in Mexico City, an incident he called "pretty scary."
'Underneath is turmoil:' Sarah Gadon on the challenges of Alias Grace video
Churchill's saying about a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma? He could have been talking about Grace Marks, the woman at the centre of Alias Grace.
'Nobody wants to talk about death:' Patients' stories inspire play about palliative care
The PEACE Project weaves together the experiences of palliative care patients and their families in a theatre production, with every line a direct quote from a patient or caregiver. "It is not just about death," Dr. Brenda Sabo says. "It's about quality of life."
'I have difficulty with the hero thing:' Jeff Bauman on Boston Marathon bombing film Stronger video
How does it feel to have Jake Gyllenhaal play you in a major Hollywood movie? 'It was surreal,' says Jeff Bauman, the real-life inspiration for Stronger, a biographical drama about his recovery after losing his legs in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
Showtime lands TV rights for Bill Clinton-James Patterson thriller
Showtime has won a bidding war to develop former U.S. president Bill Clinton and powerhouse author James Patterson's upcoming thriller, The President is Missing, into a television series.
Video Jimmy Kimmel fires up health care debate, shows comedy's new role
Jimmy Kimmel's withering attacks this week have transformed the debate over the latest Republican health care bill and, in the process, illustrated how thoroughly late-night talk shows have changed and become homes for potent points of view.
Studio downplays concerns about long hours after Riverdale star's car crash
K.J. Apa, 20, who plays Archie on the CW show Riverdale, was involved in a car crash last Thursday after working a 14-hour day on set.
STM nixes bloody ballet ad, says poster 'could incite violence'
Montreal's transit authority is refusing to let Les Grands Ballets Canadiens put up an advertisement in the city's Metro system for its upcoming show, saying the ad's image could incite violence.
Bullet-riddled Bieber portrait stolen during TIFF returned to museum, charges laid
Toronto artist Viktor Mitic says he was contacted by the thief who stole his bullet-riddled portrait of Justin Bieber from a Toronto gallery, supposedly on a drunken dare.
Black Mirror book tie-in taps Canadians Cory Doctorow and Sylvain Neuvel
Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker, who picked up two Emmy Awards for his mind-bending TV anthology series last weekend, has announced that Canadians Cory Doctorow and Sylvain Neuvel, along with British writer Claire North, will author the first volume of Black Mirror fiction, due out in February 2018.