TORONTO—Children's entertainers Sharon and Bram wrapped their farewell tour over the summer, but that doesn't necessarily mean they're slowing down entirely.
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TORONTO—Drake is putting himself ahead of The Beatles after recently shattering another of the Fab Four's chart records.
The Toronto rapper posted a photograph on his Instagram yesterday that appears to show a new tattoo on his forearm—an illustration of the British band crossing Abbey Road while Drake stands at the front of the line, waving at them.
LONDON, Ont.—Corey Hart didn't call it a comeback but at the Juno Awards last night, the 1980s hit-maker proved his lengthy break from performing hasn't stalled his stage presence.
The “Sunglasses at Night” singer-songwriter delivered an emotional speech thanking his family and fans as he was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame on the broadcast.
PETERBOROUGH, Ont.—Chanie Wenjack's sister said the presence of Gord Downie was upon Peterborough on Friday as she marked the opening of a school for indigenous studies at Trent University named after her brother.
“Even though Chanie is not here, our brothers Mike and Patrick are here,” Pearl Achneepineskum said as she drew attention to Downie's siblings across the room.
Nova Scotia soprano Barbara Hannigan toasted her first Grammy Award with a glass of wine in Hamburg, Germany.
While it's an ocean away from music's biggest night in New York, Hannigan said that didn't stop her from cracking open a bottle to celebrate her win for classical solo vocal album.
TORONTO—Gord Downie, the poetic lead singer of the Tragically Hip whose determined fight with brain cancer inspired a nation, has died.
He was 53.
Downie died Tuesday night “with his beloved children and family close by,” the band said in a statement on its website yesterday morning.
TORONTO—Peter Mansbridge doesn't want to make a fuss about leaving the anchor's chair at CBC's “The National.”
Nearly a year after telling viewers he planned to retire from the public broadcaster's flagship program, the 68-year-old newsman who defined an era at CBC News plans to sign-off for the final time with little fanfare.
KINGSTON, Ont.—Like a shooting star streaking across the Canadian sky, Gord Downie gave the country one exuberant burst of energy before bowing out.
TORONTO—The rise of so-called precarious employment in Canada—mainly work in the services and retail sectors—has brought with it some questionable employer practices that have employees stressed out and labour activists fuming.
TORONTO — Strapping your wallet, house keys and a database of passwords onto your wrist would make life a lot easier, and one Canadian company has created a way to link all of that information with an extra level of security tied to your heartbeat.