Stephen Sondheim showed us exactly what musicals can be: complex, grand, and unabashedly earnest
Good musicals bring you a spectacle; great musicals bring you humanity on otherworldly levels, and the outpouring of love for Sondheim is proof of their power.
When the world's biggest McDonald's was told to close in China
In 1994, the U.S. burger giant found itself having to close its largest outlet in the world on short notice.
The fight over the future of newspapers in 1978
Fights were breaking out on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean in 1978 on how to run newspapers and how much the people who produced them should get paid.
As Canada's coat of arms turns 100, is it time for an overhaul?
How electronic toys made manufacturers think about older 'kids'
Gordon Lightfoot takes stage at iconic Massey Hall after years-long renovation
The 'fast and ruthless' $46M Brink's-Mat gold robbery of 1983
That time Halifax hosted a heavy metal show (and nobody rioted)
Musicians remember Windsor radio producer known as girl with the golden ear
Canada Post unveils stamp celebrating literary luminary Margaret Atwood
Yet another Wiarton Willie is dead. Here's a look at the strange history behind the beloved groundhog
Massey Hall reopens after massive modernization that preserves iconic music venue's magic
When basil was 'very in' and caught the eye of Midday
The N.S. town that was (supposedly) 'invaded by skateboards'
When CDs made vinyl obsolete ... and how it came back
A dramatic rescue off Sable Island in 1988
London, Ont., man finds and returns WW1 Victory Medal to relatives in England
New Brunswick's 300-year-old books have some spicy stories to tell
The sub-zero November that made -10 C feel 'balmy' in Alberta
When Pierre Trudeau said Canada needed proportional representation
Margaret Atwood to be celebrated on stamp by Canada Post