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  • PASSINGS: Dr. Henry Morgentaler

    Dr. Henry Morgentaler, 90, an abortion rights activist who helped overturn Canada's abortion law 25 years ago, died Wednesday at his Toronto home, according to Carolyn Egan, director and founding member of the Ontario Coalition of Abortion Clinics....
  • 'Hannibal' on TV: In decorating, he's a man of good taste

    'Hannibal' on TV: In decorating, he's a man of good taste
    "Hannibal," the recently renewed NBC drama about psychiatrist-serial killer-cannibal Hannibal Lecter, may be as fiendishly gory as TV gets, but the interior decorating is undeniably elegant. Series creator Bryan Fuller, a partner in L.A. design store...
  • Jake Eberts dies at 71; film producer for 'Gandhi,' 'Chariots of Fire,' 'Driving Miss Daisy'

    Jake Eberts dies at 71; film producer for 'Gandhi,' 'Chariots of Fire,' 'Driving Miss Daisy'
    Jake Eberts, the Canadian independent producer and founder of Britain's Goldcrest Films, which revived the British cinema industry in the 1980s with a string of Oscar-winning movies, including "Gandhi" and "Chariots of Fire," died Thursday in Montreal. He...
  • reFramed: In conversation with Rita Leistner

     
    Rita Leistner is a politically and socially engaged lens-based artist whose concerned photography uses conceptual approaches to create photographs with a special relationship to current events and the human condition. Her work has been exhibited widely...
  • Quebec separatist party riding wave of voter dissatisfaction

     
    Global Focus: When the separatist Parti Quebecois burst on the political scene 40 years ago, financial institutions and global corporate headquarters fled Montreal for neighboring Ontario in fear of the economic disaster predicted if Quebec were to secede...
  • Gunman at Quebec political victory rally likely acted alone

     
    The suspect in a fatal shooting at a midnight victory rally in Montreal for a Quebec separatist party likely acted alone, police said Wednesaday....
  • Canada breaks relations with Iran over Syria, support for terror

     
    The Canadian government announced that it has closed its embassy in Tehran and ordered Iranian diplomats to leave Canada, formally severing diplomatic ties and accusing the Islamic Republic of sponsoring terrorism....
  • Mystery surrounds woman's body found in hotel water tank

     
    There were few details Wednesday on how the body of a missing Canadian tourist ended up at the bottom of a water tank on the roof of a downtown hotel. For days, residents of the Cecil Hotel thought something was......
  • “Game of Thrones” traveling exhibition to tour international venues

     
    With Season 3 of HBO's hit fantasy drama Game of Thrones just around the corner (premiering in America March 31), fans of the incredible world originally created in the novels of George R. R. Martin can enjoy an immersive experience in the Kingdom of...
  • Local Q&A: Panoramic & True

    Local Q&A: Panoramic & True
    Panoramic & True's sophomore album "Wonderlust" aspires to the orchestral indie-pop of similarly minded acts like Canadian collective Broken Social Scene. There's vibrancy and immediacy to P&T's music that was inspired at least in part by the throwback...
  • Russell Peters To Be 1st Comedian To Perform At Barclays Center

    Russell Peters To Be 1st Comedian To Perform At Barclays Center
    His observational humor about race, class and culture - made him a global comedy star with more than 75 million Youtube views and selling out performances at MSG. Russell Peter's next feat is being the first comedian to perform at Brooklyn's Barclays...
  • Police: Dismembered Remains in Toronto from Woman, 41

    Police: Dismembered Remains in Toronto from Woman, 41
    TORONTO -- The body parts found in two Toronto area waterways in the past week belong to Guang Hua Liu, a 41-year-old woman from Toronto, police said Tuesday. Liu was last seen on Friday, August 10, Peel Regional Police Inspector George Koekkoek said,...