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Famed folk musician Ray Johnson spent 12 years patiently building a huge replica of the Titanic

How Walter S. Allward's Monument at Vimy marked a turning point in the nation's art history

London, Ont., band honoured half-a-century after breaking racial barriers in music world


Manon De Pauw's experiments in abstraction create her own visual language right before your eyes

Peaky Blinders, Harry Potter actor Helen McCrory dead at 52

Gallery Tour

Get an inside look at 3 works from INUA at Qaumajuq, the world's largest collection of Inuit art

Grey's Anatomy actor Giacomo Gianniotti on the show's fandom, his character arc and directorial debut


When the pandemic sashays away, what is the future of drag — and how are our kings and queens doing?

A better binge: One Day at a Time is the comforting, cringe-free show you can slip into worry-free


Bears make frequent appearances in Luke Ramsey's artwork ... and on his front lawn

Manitoba author's picture book about motherhood, Indigenous tradition makes New York Times bestsellers list

Warm Blanket

In unclear times, How To with John Wilson showed me how to see the world with sharper eyes

Doctor's paintings make lasting impression on bereaved families

Warm Blanket

How French import Call My Agent made me forget about COVID monotony and became my happy place

Kardinal Offishall's Quest for Fire: Firestarter, Vol. 1 wins Canada Listens 2021


Dance sensation Gurdeep Pandher is ringing in Sikh Heritage Month with some Bhangra




How poetry has helped an ICU doctor cope with the pandemic

The pandemic deserves a special 'plate' in hell