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Sally Rooney's novel Normal People now a TV series that you should savour, not binge
Normal People was a hit novel by celebrated Irish author Sally Rooney. Now her story of two millennials navigating their love is a TV series coming to CBC Gem. TV critic Jen Chaney says it's a show to take in slowly rather than binge watch.
Reopening of Manitoba's film industry could draw productions from across North America
Manitoba is poised to become a movie hotspot this summer as one of the first jurisdictions in Canada to reopen its film industry shuttered by COVID-19.
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Photographer known for staging group nude images in public turns to video chats
For the first time in 25 years, an American photographer known for inspiring massive groups of people to pose nude in public spaces is capturing his subjects apart, in their homes, and sometimes wearing a single article of clothing: a mask.
Bill Clinton, James Patterson reteam for new political thriller
Stratford Festival chair asks for $8 million in federal recovery funding
Winners unveiled for Arthur Ellis Awards for Canadian crime writing
Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli to plead guilty in college admissions scandal
Baroness von Sketch Show to end after season 5 this fall
Artist Kent Monkman's painting of partially nude Trudeau with laughing women creates uproar online
'I have never won anything before,' says shocked winner of Picasso raffle
Little Richard laid to rest at Alabama alma mater
Stars including Julia Roberts hand over social media accounts to health experts
Wu-Tang Clan sells T-shirt, hand sanitizer for Ottawa charities
Country music star Paul Brandt to head human trafficking committee in Alberta
How Montreal shaped Bones author Kathy Reichs' approach to crime fiction
UN agency warns pandemic could force closure of 1 in 8 museums worldwide
Alanis Morissette to appear on Fraggle Rock: Rock On!
An antidote to coronavirus blues? Winning a Picasso for your wall