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How Lights, IsKwé and other women are making change in the Canadian music industry
As the music industry grapples with issues of inclusion and gender parity, here's a look at how a few women are working to change Canada's music scene.
Remai Modern defends artist whose Indigenous heritage has been questioned
Controversial artist Jimmie Durham has an exhibition opening at the Remai Modern this weekend. The world-renowned artist self-identifies as a Cherokee, but his heritage has been questioned.
Anton Yelchin's family settles lawsuit over death of Star Trek actor
The parents of Anton Yelchin have reached a settlement with the makers of the Jeep Grand Cherokee, the SUV that crushed and killed the Star Trek actor in his driveway in 2016.
Fire breaks out on Edward Norton movie set in Harlem, 1 firefighter dies
A New York City firefighter died after he became separated from his unit as they battled a fierce, smoky blaze that broke out in the basement of a former Harlem jazz club being used as an Edward Norton film set.
'My luck hasn't been very good lately:' Céline Dion cancels more shows over health issues
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This YA author's novel was lambasted for using racist stereotypes — so she rewrote it
NFB launches Indigenous Cinema website with more than 200 films to stream
Just For Laughs sold to Howie Mandel and American company
Appeals court sides with Marvin Gaye's family in Blurred Lines legal battle
Biting into tradition: Elementary school students learn Cree art of birch bark biting
'This level of honour just blows my mind:' Run-DMC, Gloria Estefan songs join U.S. recording registry
Black Panther actress imparts inspirational message to Calgary youth
Virtue, Moir tell Ellen DeGeneres they're 'definitely' not a couple
Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan takes $400M stake in Assassin's Creed producer Ubisoft
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The Crown producers apologize after Claire Foy, Matt Smith pay disparity uproar