‘Vagabonds’, a Ghanaian short film directed by Amartei Armar, has been selected among world films to be screened at the 42nd edition of the Montreal World Film Festival in Canada (MWFF). Continue reading Ghanaian Short Film Screened at Montreal World Film Festival in Canada
Janis Thiessen explores the history of snacks in her book Snacks: A Canadian Food History.She dedicates a whole chapter to Hawkins Cheezies, exploring the production, popularity and origins of Hawkins and other Canadian snack food companies. This interview originally aired on Dec. 4, 2017. Continue reading This Book Looks at the History of Canadian Snack Food
Canada’s Largest Brazilian Cultural Event – BrazilFest will complete its 15th Annual Expression on the Sunday July 22nd 2018 at the Earlscourt Park Toronto from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM. Continue reading Toronto International BrazilFest 2018
Chen Hsi-huang is a master of a dying art. The latest effort to preserve it leans on the most modern of technology as well as a most eternal of struggles. Continue reading Documentary on the Dying Art of Glove Puppetry Opens Vancouver Taiwanese Film Festival
Banksy, the anonymous and infamous British street artist, has a new exhibit that opened in Toronto’s Junction Triangle neighbourhood, but he has nothing to do with the show. Continue reading The Art of Banksy Exhibit Opens in Toronto, But the Artist is Nowhere to be Seen
Romanian-born conductor Andrei Feher, 26, was appointed music director of Canadian Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony Orchestra. He will take over the new position in August this year. Continue reading Young Romanian-Born Conductor Named New Music Director of Canadian Orchestra
French Fashion Comes to Square One
Simons launches its brand in the GTA at Square One in Mississauga on Thursday.
Steve Martin is Guest Curator at Boston Art Exhibition Devoted to Canadian Painter Lawren Harris
Steve Martin is guest curator of an exhibition at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts devoted to Canadian modernist Lawren Harris.
Toronto Film Festival and Telefilm Canada to Tour ‘See the North’ Film Series in U.S.
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has teamed up with Telefilm Canada to present a six-movie series of Canadian films on a US tour.
B.C. is Setting the Bar Sky-High for Wood Architecture
The search for ways to build greener, more energy-efficient buildings has triggered a 21st century version of the old skyscraper race.