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'A really bad idea': Border Services looking at rebooting controversial reality TV show
The Canada Border Services Agency is looking at getting back into the reality TV show game, just two years after the federal privacy commissioner said the agency's show broke the law.
Rapper 2 Milly on why he's suing makers of video game Fortnite over dance moves
Rapper 2 Milly's lawsuit against the makers of the wildly popular video game Fortnite is raising questions about whether unique dance moves can be copyrighted.
Ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist Buckingham says his lawsuit is settled
Guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and his former Fleetwood Mac bandmates have settled a lawsuit he filed after he was axed from a tour, the musician said in a television interview that aired on Saturday.
Yo-Yo Ma performs free concert at Place des Arts Metro
No, the free concert was not in one of the venue's symphony halls — it was in the Metro station.
After Kevin Hart's departure, finding new Oscars host won't be easy
Retelling a classic in 2018: The debate over To Kill a Mockingbird
Kendrick Lamar, Black Panther soundtrack leads Grammy nods as women make a comeback
Is it time to reboot North of 60? Creator, series star say it's a possibility
Drake, Shawn Mendes, Daniel Caesar part of Canadian wave set to hit the Grammys
Kevin Hart steps down as Oscars host over homophobic tweets
The biggest snubs and surprises from the Golden Globe nominations
Buzzcocks co-founder Pete Shelley dead at 63
Amazon dropped as sponsor of Quebec literary prize after all 5 finalists speak out
Golden Globes: Vice, Black Panther, Assassination of Gianni Versace nominated
Rapper sues makers of video game Fortnite over dance moves