Canadians are booking up these travel destinations for the Victoria Day long weekend (observed May 23, 2022), according to Expedia. What to do and see on Victoria Day in Niagara Falls, Montreal, Whistler, Banff and the Laurentians.
Steve-O may be approaching the end of his 40s but the "Jackass" star shows us the craziest, more stocking stunts of his career in The Bucket List Tour, coming to Canada in August and September.
Following the deadly shooting in Buffalo, New York, which left 10 dead and three injured, people, including Canadians, have commented on the hate crime.
If you’re questioning whether we need an HBO series version of The Time Traveler’s Wife, after the book and 2009 movie, Theo James and Rose Leslie are still able to suck you into the story (on Crave in Canada May 15 at 9:00 p.m. ET, with episodes released weekly.)
The Cinderella story was brought to Canada for the filming of the new Disney+ movie "Sneakerella," starring Chosen Jacobs, Lexi Underwood, professional basketball player John Salley, and Ontario talent Devyn Nekoda.
From Michael Connelly’s “The Lincoln Lawyer” books and the 2011 movie with Matthew McConaughey and Marisa Tomei, the story has now gotten the Netflix treatment with Manuel Garcia-Rulfo and Neve Campbell.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh issued a statement after being harassed at an Ontario election campaign event in Peterborough, Ont.
After a 27 year hiatus from The Kids in the Hall series, the iconic Canadian comedy troupe, Kevin McDonald, Bruce McCulloch, Scott Thompson, Mark McKinney and Dave Foley are back with a new eight-episode series on Amazon's Prime Video May 13.
"Game of Thrones" star John Bradley says being in the rom-com "Marry Me" with Jennifer Lopez was a "reset" for him, and is preparing for "unnecessary" comparisons between prequel "House of the Dragon" to the original HBO show.
Beloved HBO Max comedy series Hacks is back for Season 2, with Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder taking their stand up show on the road, and it certainly does not disappoint (on Crave in Canada, May 12).
We may have missed out on Joel McHale bringing back his Spider Man 2 role but fans of Community will be happy to hear that hope is not totally lost for the cast of the hit show to reunite in some sort of reboot.
Ontario NDP candidates in Toronto are calling on Doug Ford's cabinet minister, Stephen Lecce, to withdraw from the election following reports of him participating in a "slave auction" when he was a student at Western University.
The hashtag #BoycottTimHortons was trending in Canada over the weekend, sparked by an online petition that claims the coffee chain’s camps require campers to be vaccinated in order to attend. Many also took to the hashtag to come to the defence of the company’s decisions or highlight some of its alleged malpractices.
A Richmond Hill man is facing charges after RCMP identified and seized 10,000 counterfeit toonies.
Canadian filmmaker and Olympian Phyllis Ellis is calling out the racism, sexism and the human rights violation of international sport governing organizations requiring “identified” female athletes to medically alter their bodies if they have naturally high androgen levels, in her documentary Category: Woman, which was part of the Hot Docs 2022 festival.
Sam Raimi’s "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness," starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Rachel McAdams and Xochitl Gomez, has been described as “mind-bending" and Marvel’s first horror story, but it may leave you asking for more of those enticing descriptors.
Chinese scientist Dr. He Jiankui (JK) produced the world’s first genome-edited babies in resistant to the AIDS virus, dubbed “designer babies” born in 2018. Now the documentary Make People Better, part of the Hot Docs 2022 festival, gives us an inside look at what happened.
Toronto’s Kevin Jacobs has been crowned the winner of Big Brother Canada Season 10 winning $100,000 cash and a $10,000 wardrobe from Winners, after coming into the house declaring his commitment to a sneaky strategy.
Eric C. Conn, dubbed “Mr. Social Security” with celebrity status like “Mick Jagger” in eastern Kentucky, is the focus of the AppleTV+ documentary series The Big Conn, following his $550 million government fraud, the largest in U.S. history.
In the 1980s, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton led the iconic movie 9 to 5, but 40 years later, in the wake of the recent Roe v. Wade discussions, it’s clear the lessons from the film still hold true, arguably even more important now, shown in the new documentary Still Working 9 to 5, part of the Hot Docs 2022 festival.
Amazon has released its first Canadian true crime series, Prime Video’s The Unsolved Murder of Beverly Lynn Smith, which investigates the death of a 22-year-old woman from the Oshawa, Ont., area who was killed in her home in 1974, with her 10-month-old daughter in the house.
Innovative documentary storytelling is on full display in Chase Joynt’s film Framing Agnes, part of the Hot Docs 2022 festival, revealing interviews conducted with a number of transgender individuals, part of Harold Garfinkel’s research study in the 1950s.
With the new show Star Trek: Strange New Worlds entering the famed sci-fi universe, it opens the door for new characters and actors, like Christina Chong who plays La'an Noonien-Singh, to enter this space alongside veterans like Rebecca Romijn, Ethan Peck and Anson Mount.
The numbers are quickly dwindling in the Big Brother Canada house with Haleena Gill being the latest eviction in Season 10, leaving just Betty Yirsaw, Josh Nash and Kevin Jacobs in the house.
Colin Firth and Toni Collette are stepping into the suspicious real-life case around the death of Kathleen Peterson, alongside Sophie Turner, Patrick Schwarzenegger and Michael Stuhlbarg in HBO Max’s The Staircase (now streaming on Crave in Canada).