Governor General David Johnston has honoured three of the nation’s biggest celebrities with performing arts awards.
Among the 99 appointees are Daniel Lanois, Alan Doyle and retired Montreal studio owner Andre Perry who famously produced John & Yoko's "Give Peace A Chance."
A legend and a gentleman, Ed recalls an affinity with one particular composer who had many covers, including an instrumental adaptation recorded by Oscar Peterson.
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Today we bring our readers a spectacular hit list of Canadian songs, albums, and artists who have made chart history over the years.
The popular Toronto music journalist has partnered with RadioMogul to launch a new radio interview program. It premiered yesterday, with first guest Burton Cummings.
A jamboree of festivals in Toronto last week was clouded over by rain showers that may have dampened attendances.
The work of the five new graduates of the prestigious Canadian Film Centre program was showcased in fine style in Toronto on Monday night.
The hacking, hooking and slicing of 240 entertainment industry professionals on the Lionhead golf course last week benefited a great cause, as the tourney raised a cool $100K for Unison.
After a climactic re-capture following busting out of a Toronto zoo, capybaras Bonnie & Clyde became amorous and the result is a power trio of capybears.
Rough Trade made it because we loved them.
The two formidable and successful music execs have paired for the relaunch of the Acronym imprint. Prairie singer-songwriter Megan Nash's "Bad Poetry" is the first release.