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Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, The Weeknd, Shawn Mendes, Ryan Reynolds, more demand justice for George Floyd
Artists across North America and around the world have taken to social media — and to the streets — in protest
When COVID-19 hit, bestselling poet Rupi Kaur had writer's block — so she started teaching on Instagram
Kaur has sold millions of books and has 4 million Instagram followers, but even she struggles with self-doubt.
New children's book helps kids cope with COVID-19 pandemic
My Hero Is You is being released for free by 50 humanitarian groups, including WHO, UNICEF and the Red Cross
How mindfulness helped Jewel move from shoplifting and panic attacks to music stardom
The chart-topping singer tells her story in the new documentary The Mindfulness Movement
Legendary comedy director Paul Feig wants you to come to his cocktail party
He’s directed Bridesmaids, Freaks and Geeks, and episodes of The Office and 30 Rock. Now he’s hosting daily Instagram cocktail parties — for good causes.
'Everybody On Earth Is Feeling The Same Way As You': Douglas Coupland offers slogans for the COVID-19 age
The Vancouver artist and Generation X author says the virus reveals how profoundly interconnected we are.
Meet the Vancouver filmmaker behind the world's first COVID-19 feature film
Mostafa Keshvari got the idea for Corona before billions around the world went into lockdown
Schitt's Creek cast raises over $165K for food banks as final episode airs
Co-creator Dan Levy calls the last episode of the hit comedy 'a warm hug.'
Canadian film and TV design pro creates face shield for health-care workers
John Allen has worked on Suicide Squad, Star Trek and Total Recall. Now he's created a new COVID-19 shield that can be mass-produced.
Modern Family star Ty Burrell launches project to help bar and restaurant workers, donates $100,000
The actor also talks about ending the hit show, and how playing Phil Dunphy is “like taking a trip to the spa.”
In Memoriam: the incredible musicians, actors, authors, designers and creators we lost this year
Toni Morrison, John Mann, Luke Perry, Doris Day and Karl Lagerfeld are just a few of the big names we lost in 2019.
Banksy unveils powerful new Christmas mural in new video – watch
The famed street artist makes a potent statement about homelessness in the new Birmingham work.
Toronto busker and new dad gets surprised with big Christmas payday — watch
Mo Guzman thought he was being filmed for a documentary, but some holiday elves had a different plan for the subway musician.
Neil Young is releasing a new archival album — and he wants you to decide what's on it
The legendary rocker is allowing fans to choose his next record from a treasure trove of archival material.
Mahna Mahna at 50: fascinating facts about the unforgettable Muppets song
The Muppets made it famous, but where did the song come from? (Hint: a steamy Italian film...) Who performed it? And who is that fuzzy fella?
Can you sing like Freddie Mercury? Try the FreddieMeter
YouTube Music, Google and Queen teamed up on new AI program, which is helping raise awareness for HIV/AIDS charity.
New play tackles the allure—and danger—of our virtual lives
In Kuroko, acclaimed Vancouver playwright Tetsuro Shigematsu challenges viewers to rethink their relationships with the online world.
Fascinating animated timeline of bestselling music from past 50 years goes viral — watch
From the Beatles to Madonna and Céline Dion to Drake, the timeline gives an incredible look at pop history
'Indescribably painful': Lorde delays new album after death of beloved dog
In a heartfelt letter to fans, the 22-year-old singer says 'a light that was turned on for me has gone out.'
Hamilton: 15 fascinating facts about the biggest musical of all time
The Broadway smash hit is coming to Canada, and this week, tickets sold out almost instantly.
Tourists flock to stairs from Joker movie
But many Bronx locals aren't happy about the influx of Instagrammers and social media influencers looking to recreate the film's iconic dance scene.
'Horrifying': Alanis Morissette opens up about battle with postpartum depression
The Grammy-winning Canadian singer reveals she is experiencing pain, sleep deprivation, isolation and anxiety following the birth of her third child.
New film highlights the stunning artwork and activism of Indigenous trailblazer Robert Davidson
Haida Modern tells the remarkable story of how Davidson helped to popularize and legitimize Indigenous art.
Outrage grows over Joker movie's use of song by convicted child molester Gary Glitter
The musician is in jail serving a 16-year sentence, but could make big bucks from the use of the hit Rock and Roll (Part 2).
South Park creators issue mock apology over China censorship controversy
'Like the NBA, we welcome the Chinese censors into our homes and into our hearts,' wrote South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker.