The latest developments from Canada on Sept. 26, relating to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases nationwide.
The latest developments from Canada on Sept. 25, relating to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases nationwide.
Meryam Haddad, a Green Party of Canada (GPC) candidate who got expelled from the leadership race, has successfully appealed the ruling.
The latest developments from Canada on Sept. 24, relating to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases.
The latest COVID-19 updates from Canadian officials, health experts and politicians.
rime Minister Justin Trudeau is making an address to Canadians this evening, following Gov. Gen. Julie Payette’s speech from the throne as the the COVID-19 pandemic persists.
Here’s a list of the confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Canada.
Canadians continue to hear about the importance of getting the influenza vaccine this year as the healthcare system prepares to tackle COVID-19, the flu and other respiratory viruses, but everyone should consider getting the vaccination as soon as possible.
Teacher and parents of students in the Toronto District School Board were left wondering Monday night what class on Tuesday would look like, and how they'd connect.
David Oyelowo was “spitting chips” angry before he took on the role of director, as well as actor, in the Oprah Winfrey-backed film The Water Man, part of this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) lineup.
The Toronto International Film Festival may be approaching its end but Canadian women in film are continuing to speak up about the importance of diverse, inclusive and representative filmmaking in Canada and beyond, highlighted through RBC's Women in Film series.
Good Joe Bell may have A-list stars like Mark Wahlberg and Connie Britton, but it’s the film’s young lead, Reid Miller, who steals the spotlight with a heartbreaking, intoxicating portrayal of the late Jadin Bell.
The orca may seem like a fun and playful creature, but they're actually higher up the food chain than great white sharks.
Matt DeHart can be described as a U.S. military veteran, Anonymous hacker and alleged Wikileaks courier, who has been charged with solicitation of child pornography. His story is explored in the new documentary Enemies of the State at TIFF.
Back in 2013, the documentary "The Corporation" explored the dominant presence of corporations in our lives and the associated repercussions. More than ten years later, Jennifer Abbott and Joel Bakan are back with an “unfortunate” sequel.
Kate Winslet might be one of Hollywood’s biggest stars but it was her experience as an 18-year-old at the Venice Film Festival with Peter Jackson's Heavenly Creatures that made her really key into the fact that she was a film actor.
Urban cowboys, father-son relationships and even a horse allergy are all explored by actor Idris Elba in Concrete Cowboy, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The first feature documentary on the COVID-19 pandemic, titled 76 Days, has premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, showcasing human stories as frontline medical professionals and patients battle the virus.
A community outbreak of COVID-19 is being declared by the Middlesex-London Health Unit after five Western University students tested positive for the virus.
If there’s one filmmaker from the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) to keep an eye on it’s Toronto-raised Emma Seligman, who brought her witty, compelling coming-of-age feature Shiva Baby to this year’s festival.
Following a traumatic incident at a California Airbnb, Canadian writer and director Kelly Fyffe-Marshall is now premiering her short film Black Bodies at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
Regina King’s directorial debut with One Night in Miami has hit the Toronto International Film Festival but the premiere was almost pushed back when the COVID-19 pandemic hit and the filmmaker some short three scenes.
One of the few films that’s getting a theatrical release during the COVID-19 pandemic, Broken Hearts Gallery, which touts Selena Gomez as executive producer, may be the distraction you need from the anxieties of the virus.
Making her mark at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), writer-director Nicole Riegel explores a semi-autobiographical story in Holler, starring Jessica Barden, which follows a young girl from Ohio as she navigates the complexity of escaping her hometown.