WTF Festival celebrating Pride Month

The WTF Festival is feeling proud. To celebrate Pride Month, organizers are pleased to announce that comedian and LGBTQ+ activist Martha Chaves will be...

St. Joseph Island Will Rock This July

Go North Music Festival announces the return of their annual festival and the official line-up. Set for Saturday, July 13, 2019, this year's festival, held on beautiful St. Joseph...

The Mavericks to play Sault Ste Marie

Tickets for the October 24th show go on sale Friday In 2019, multi-platinum, Grammy-winning, rock’n’roll-country- phenomenon The Mavericks celebrate 30 years of entertaining millions of...
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Telecom panel must consider disappearing international borders, says chairwoman

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The chairwoman of a government-appointed panel looking at Canada's telecommunications and broadcasting laws says it must take into account that international...
Canada's Circus Spectacular

Gallery: Saultites Wowed By Canada’s Circus Spectacular

Clowns, dancers and other performers wowed Saultites at the GFL Memorial Gardens Saturday evening. Canada's Circus Spectacular - a 90-minute show - stopped in the...
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No winning ticket for Friday night’s $50 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket for the $50 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. There were also two Maxmillion prizes of $1 million...

‘Family Feud Canada,’ doc produced by Samuel L. Jackson among new CBC series

TORONTO — A Canadian version of "Family Feud," a revival of "Battle of the Blades" with Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, and a documentary...

Denys Arcand on the theme that ties ‘The Fall of the American Empire’ to...

TORONTO — Quebec filmmaker Denys Arcand believes that centuries from now, people will remember our current political moment as the end of an era. In this way, the...

CBC’s Anna Maria Tremonti steps down as ‘The Current’ host to become podcaster

TORONTO — Award-winning broadcaster Anna Maria Tremonti is stepping down from her role as host of CBC Radio One's "The Current" to dive into the...

Ontario eliminates Indigenous Culture Fund, cuts millions for the arts

TORONTO — Ontario has eliminated a fund supporting Indigenous culture as the government cuts tens of millions of dollars in arts funding — a decision...

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