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Essential Róisín Murphy: The Top 10 Best Tracks
Highlighting the left-field, dance-pop chanteuse's top 10 tracks
On this day in Canadian pop culture: Oct. 30
1869 The first issue of Canadian Illustrated News, the first periodical to reproduce a photograph, is published in Montreal. 1971…
On this day in Canadian pop culture: Oct. 29
1929 The Toronto Stock Exchange suffers huge losses as the New York stock market almost entirely collapses. “Black Tuesday” begins…
Drake turns 30, drops news of upcoming music project in December
It’s a birthday celebration for both Drake and his fans. The Toronto-born hip hop superstar announced on his Apple Music…
British artist reimagines 'Harry Potter' book covers with minimalist variations
A look at Olly Moss' brilliant art
5 revealing moments from the Nintendo Switch trailer that everyone else missed
Ever since Nintendo revealed a three-minute teaser trailer for its upcoming Switch console, it has become one of the most…
On this day in Canadian pop culture: Oct. 24
Toronto Blue Jays win the World Series. They are the first team outside of the U.S. to win.
94 ways to redress the legacy of residential schools
The full list of recommendations and calls to action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to advance the process of Canadian reconciliation
On this day in Canadian pop culture: Oct. 14
1926 British author A.A. Milne publishes Winnie-the-Pooh. The honey-loving title character is inspired by a real-life bear named Winnipeg, which…
On this day in Canadian pop culture: Oct. 13
1984 The “Challenger” lands at Cape Canaveral, Florida and during the eight-day mission, Marc Garneau becomes the first Canadian to…
On this day in Canadian pop culture: October 12
Progressive Conservative Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announces a $55.6 billion deficit in 2009, the largest in Canadian history.
On this day in Canadian pop culture: October 11
1952 Montreal’s CBFT carries the first televised hockey game in Canada: Montreal Canadiens vs Detroit Red Wings. 1968 The founding…
On this day in Canadian pop culture: September 10
In 1919, the “Treaty of Saint Germain” was signed, ending the First World War. In 1939, Canada declared war on…
On this day in Canadian pop culture: September 9
1945 Toronto-born baseball player Dick Fowler of the Philadelphia Athletics pitches a no-hitter, becoming the only Canadian to ever do…
New Pokémon bears striking resemblance to Donald Trump
The latest trailer for Nintendo’s upcoming Pokémon Sun and Moon video games Nintendo is causing unexpected political chatter: is a…
The Best of Popjournalism
How taking a DNA genetic test could affect your life and health insurance coverage
Law & PoliticsAug 14, 2016
Meet Jann Arden, best-selling author
Books & PublishingNov 24, 2004
22 minutes with Mary Walsh
Books & PublishingNov 25, 2004
The freebie trade
Media & AdvertisingNov 16, 1999
Law & disorder: Inside CBC TV's This is Wonderland
Law & PoliticsMay 30, 2005
On the record with Wendy Mesley
Media & AdvertisingJan 24, 2004
Susan Aglukark returns with a new album, attitude
CelebritiesMay 8, 2004
The Return of Wild Strawberries
MusicSep 10, 2005