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‘Canada’s Coolest Film Festival’ Wraps

Whistler Film Festival comes of age with 18th edition featuring more high-profile premieres, filmmakers, artists and industry executives in attendance than ever before.


Across The Board Band Wins Award For Best Rock Song And Receives Nomination For 40th Annual Covenant Awards

The Canadian rock band is a 2018 Radio Music Awards winner and Canadian Gospel Music Association Covenant Award Nominee.


Global Music Awards Outstanding Achievement for ‘Heroines in Harmony’ Album

'Heroines in Harmony', a 69 minute tour de force of musical compositions paying homage to Canadian women that have inspired Margaret Maria throughout her life receives the honour of a Global Music Award for Outstanding Achievement - Silver Medal.


Mike Field Releases New Jazz-Pop Album, True Stories - Out Now

Canadian jazz artist, Mike Field, releases new album named True Stories, featuring eight original jazz-pop tracks and one cover. Available at http://www.mikefieldjazz.com/truestories iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal and all regular digital distribution channels.


FLOWMOTION ENTERTAINMENT HEATS UP CHARITABLE EFFORTS WITH THE LAUNCH OF “COOK IT!”

Company's newest game will further its capacity to help those in need.


Award-Winning Canadian Roots Rocker Cory M. Coons Premieres New Single And Video

The Ottawa-based singer-songwriter's latest release is from his Ron Nevison-produced album "The Long Road Home."


2019 Peterborough Musicfest Diner's Card Launch

Peterborough Musicfest is excited to announce the return of the very popular Musicfest Diner’s Cards.



Small Town Designer gets Big Break at Golden Globe Awards

Heather Chapplain is a former model and mother of three. The textile artist combined her quilting hobby and visual art background into a wearable-art fashion line. Chapplain is keen to share the confidence and wisdom she's found in design and fashion with the goal of empowering men and women through their own authentic style. 


La Rouge: a Bohemian tale

La Rouge is a queer retelling of the epic tale of the Moulin Rouge. Featuring live vocals with an original score, burlesque, acrobatics and aerial performance. A collaboration between Sanguine Sirens Burlesque and Seven Starving Artists, written and directed by award winning playwrights Megan and Laura Couch.


Vera Causa Opera and the Contemporary School of Dance to Perform Puccini’s The Fairies in Waterloo

Vera Causa Opera and the Contemporary School of Dance to Perform Puccini's The Fairies in Waterloo.


Ponctuation shares a music video before performing at Coup de coeur Francophone this week

Premiering on Les Inrocks, Ponctuation unveiled a music video for their song Fleur, off their third album Mon herbier du monde entier, released last February.


The 4th Syria Film Festival kicks off this Friday

The Syria Film Festival returns to the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Jackman Hall this November 9th.


Kickstarter Announcement: The Visitor - The Board Game

Chaotic Rogue Entertainment announces The Visitor: The Board Game Kickstarter

Brand new game from designer Joshua Barbeau combines dice allocation and gross humour for a wildly chaotic game.


Whistler Film Festival Names Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship Finalists and Faculty

The 18th annual Whistler Film Festival (WFF) is pleased to announce the seven finalists and faculty confirmed for the Indigenous Filmmaker Fellowship, a four-day creative and business immersion program focused on strengthening and advancing scripted projects.

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