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Canadian screen stars want code of conduct to deal with sexual harassment
Groups representing actors, directors and others in Canada's film and television industry say a code of conduct will be one of several steps toward tackling sexual harassment in the industry.
Painting by Group of Seven co-founder fetches $3M at auction
Mountains East of Maligne Lake, a 1925 Rocky Mountains canvas by Group of Seven co-founder Lawren Harris, fetched $3 million in Toronto on Wednesday.
William Shatner takes aim at Hamilton condo developer
Actor William Shatner has taken issue with a local condo developer using his name and likeness in promotional materials without permission.
CMHR faces calls to remove Myanmar leader Suu Kyi from exhibit
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is looking at whether Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi should be removed from its exhibitions amid widespread allegations of human rights violations against Rohingya Muslims.
Iran-based hacker charged with trying to extort HBO
New allegations against Charlie Rose emerge at CBS News
David Cassidy, former Partridge Family teen actor, dead at 67
Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter faces sexual assault allegation
Dmitri Hvorostovsky, velvety voiced baritone dubbed 'the Elvis of Opera,' dead at 55
Lawren Harris, Jean-Paul Riopelle artworks up for auction
'Imagine making a movie, except a hundred times harder': Star Wars Battlefront II's Janina Gavankar
Just For Laughs co-founder Andy Nulman joins forces with new comedy festival