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How the Grammys' scattershot efforts at inclusion managed to alienate audiences and artists
The raft of musicians who were snubbed by the 2021 Grammy Award nominations on Tuesday highlight the Recording Academy's scattershot efforts at inclusion, say industry observers, pointing out that ironically, those snubs might have been inadvertently caused by the academy's attempts to do the opposite.
Cirque du Soleil emerges from bankruptcy protection with sale to creditors
Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group says the sale of the company is complete and it has emerged from bankruptcy protection.
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How an assignment at Ryerson inspired Edward Burtynsky's industrial landscapes
Edward Burtynsky has made a career out of photographing sprawling industrial scenes around the world from drones or propeller planes. He says it was a school assignment at Ryerson that first inspired him — and now he's gifted 142 of his early photographs to his alma mater.
Beyoncé leads 2021 Grammy nominations, The Weeknd is shut out
Ken Jennings taking over as interim Jeopardy! host
Trevor Noah to host 2021 Grammy Awards
Taylor Swift wins top prize, The Weeknd dominates at AMAs
Joaquin Phoenix joined animal rights activists outside Burlington slaughterhouse
'Masked bride' reveals identity, holds domestic violence-themed art exhibit in Saskatoon
Cineplex agrees to shrink theatrical window to 17 days for Universal movies
BTS says new album BE is a 'letter of hope'
Why Season 4 of The Crown is facing criticism for its 'overly caricatured' history
Wonder Woman 1984 to debut Dec. 25 in Canadian theatres, but not on streaming platforms
Scottish writer Douglas Stuart wins Booker Prize for Shuggie Bain
Proposed changes to Broadcasting Act have Indigenous producers cautiously optimistic
Verizon Media to sell news website HuffPost to BuzzFeed
How Canadian designer Aurora James is persuading retailers to support Black-owned businesses
Wrongful death lawsuit filed over Naya Rivera's drowning