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Lingering cold forces Céline Dion to cancel more Las Vegas concerts
Canadian singer Céline Dion has cancelled two more concerts in Las Vegas, making it seven shows she has cancelled this month due to illness.
The Eagles settle lawsuit against Canadian-owned Hotel California
The Eagles have settled a lawsuit to stop a Mexico hotel from using the name Hotel California, arguably referencing the country-rock band's most famous song, after the hotel's owners withdrew their application to trademark the name in the United States.
Why thousands are lining up online for a selfie with AGO's blockbuster Infinity Mirrors
Thousands of people are queuing online to get a ticket for AGO’s exhibit of ’Infinity Mirrors’ by 88-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. But critics say the AGO may be missing an opportunity to introduce a flood of gallery newcomers to Canadian artists whose work isn’t the stuff of selfies and line-ups.
Nancy Richler, author of The Imposter Bride, dead at 60
Award-winning novelist Nancy Richler has died in Vancouver at the age of 60 following a long battle with cancer.
Comey From Away? Former FBI director calls musical 'inspiring story of kindness'
Dylan Farrow describes alleged assault by Woody Allen
Barenaked Together: Steven Page to join Barenaked Ladies for Music Hall of Fame induction
Is it news? Aziz Ansari story triggers media ethics debate
Police probe 3rd Kevin Spacey sex assault allegation, U.K. media report