Canadian Entertainment

The National might replace Peter Mansbridge with multiple hosts

May 25, 2017

As Peter Mansbridge prepares to bid farewell to The National, the CBC’s flagship news program is looking to possibly enlist multiple hosts for the anchor desk. “We want it to be a show around active journalists,” Jennifer McGuire, general manager and editor-in-chief of CBC News, said in an interview. “We want the hosts of...
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Conservative leadership race down to its final days

May 25, 2017

Conservative party faithful from across the country will gather in Etobicoke this weekend to replace the only leader the modern party has ever known, and to take stock in the strength of their movement. And by most measures, that movement is doing just fine. The Conservative party out-fundraised the Liberals by almost a two-to-one...
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Facebook’s attempt to moderate content doesn’t address its main problem: Teitel

May 23, 2017

It’s tough being the world’s largest, most influential disseminator of information. One minute you’re accused of gratuitous censorship and the next, you’re in trouble for not being nearly censorious enough. I’m talking about Facebook, of course, the social network that came under fire last year for temporarily removing a famous photograph from its site...
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Tom Cruise confirms ‘Top Gun 2’ is ‘definitely happening’

May 23, 2017

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA—The Danger Zone may have gotten old and dusty, but Tom Cruise says he’s about to fly back in. The 54-year-old actor says the long-discussed sequel to Top Gun is a sure thing and should start shooting soon. Cruise made the announcement Wednesday in response to questions from anchors on the Australian morning...
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Accelerated snow melt caused by unseasonable warmth raises flood fears in B.C.

May 22, 2017

KELOWNA, B.C.—Rising temperatures are once again stoking flooding fears in the British Columbia’s Okanagan region, as lakes, creeks and rivers rise to record levels. Environment Canada has issued an alert for several areas throughout the Interior, including Nicola, the Okanagan Valley, Similkameen and South Thompson, saying unseasonably warm weather is accelerating snow melt. The...
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