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Filming survival series in B.C. was an 'extreme sport,' producers say

Two Canadian writers and producers say they're excited to have the opportunity to shoot a television series in Canada without passing the landscape off as somewhere else.

Some passport seekers forced to camp outside service centres amid backlogs

As many Canadians look to venture abroad after more than two years of pandemic-restricted travel, some passport seekers say they've been forced to camp outside service centres or reschedule trips because of the bureaucratic bottleneck.

Journalists in Canada face 'alarming' levels of stress, trauma and harassment, report suggests

Members of Canada's news industry are suffering "alarming'' levels of work-related stress and trauma, a new report suggests, and researchers are calling for better supports to help journalists cope with covering COVID-19 and other crises.

Tragically Hip releasing live album from Hollywood's Roxy Theatre

A May 3, 1991, live performance in Hollywood by the Tragically Hip will be released as a stand-alone album on digital streaming platforms, vinyl and CD on June 24, after being remastered for the Hip's 30th anniversary Road Apples box set last year.

Staff at this Ontario hospital say going from heroes to anti-vaccine mandate targets is a heavy weight

In the small industrial city of Sarnia in southwestern Ontario, Nicole Corry and her colleagues at Bluewater Health hospital are straining every nerve to see their community through the COVID-19 crisis, including those who target them with pandemic grievances.

Stage and screen actor David Fox remembered as champion of Canadian theatre

Stage and screen actor David Fox, revered for his commitment to bringing Canadian stories to life in the theatre, has died.

Giller shortlisted authors share their writing habits ahead of Monday's gala

Some authors get to work right after their morning coffee; others write late at night by the glow of their smartphones. Some struggle to stave off distractions; others embrace them as part of the creative process.

Ontario, Alberta, Sask. to cover 'life-changing' cystic fibrosis drug

Three provinces say they'll start covering the cost of a new drug that experts describe as a "life-changing" treatment for cystic fibrosis.

'A hotbed for culture': New film to debut at TIFF captures Scarborough community

Author and screenwriter Catherine Hernandez is excited to introduce audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival to a different side of the city.

This Toronto doctor now has a Barbie made in her image to honour her work as a health-care hero

Dr. Chika Stacy Oriuwa remembers dressing up her Barbies as doctors, poets and performers when she was a young girl, but none of the dolls looked quite like the woman she aspired to be. Now she has a Barbie made in her image to show for it.