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  1. Bryan Adams to MPs: Give artists more control over their work - Bryan Adams at Heritage Committee

    Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams wants the federal government to amend the Copyright Act to give artists more ability to regain control of their scripts and songs after they've been sold to a company.

  2. Julie Chen quits The Talk after husband Les Moonves resigns as CBS CEO - CBS Moonves Chen

    Julie Chen has left the cast of the CBS daytime show The Talk a week after her husband, CBS Corp. boss Leslie Moonves, was ousted from the company due to sexual misconduct charges.

  3. 'Deep listening': How Jeremy Dutcher crafted his fascinating Polaris Prize-winning album - Jeremy Dutcher

    Jeremy Dutcher was inspired to write his Polaris Music Prize-winning album 'Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa' after listening to century-old archival recordings of Wolastoq songs in a language now spoken by fewer than 100 people.

  4. St. John's actor Cassidy Little thrilled to land role on 'monumental' Coronation Street - Cassidy Little

    Little will appear in six episodes beginning this fall.

  5. Emmy Awards: 5 takeaways from TV's big night - 775225690CC00001_70th_Emmy_

    The Emmy Awards battled the dwindling audiences for award shows with a few genuinely happy moments, a jaw-dropping onstage proposal and Saturday Night Live ... from Los Angeles.

  6. Game of Thrones, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel triumph at Emmys - 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards - Press Room

    Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel became the first streaming series to win top Emmy comedy honours and HBO's Game of Thrones recaptured the best drama series award Monday at a ceremony that largely slighted its most ethnically diverse field of nominees ever.

  7. 'I'm getting ripped off': A look inside Ticketmaster's price-hiking bag of tricks - AWARDS-BET/

    Buying a ticket for Saturday's Bruno Mars concert in Toronto was probably never going to be cheap, but what many of the star's 17,000 fans who scored a seat might not realize is it wasn't just scalpers driving up prices.

  8. This marriage proposal at last night's Emmys is the sweetest thing you'll see all week - Glen Weiss

    'You wonder why I don't like to call you my girlfriend?' said Glen Weiss. 'Because I want to call you my wife.'

  9. Stars shine at 70th Primetime Emmy Awards - 775225690CC00130_70th_Emmy_

    Here's a look at some of the striking faces and fashions from the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards.

  10. Jeremy Dutcher wins Polaris prize for Wolastoq-language album - Polaris Music Prize 20180917

    Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa was selected by an 11-member jury as the Canadian album of the year based on its artistic merit.

  11. Meghan Markle backs Grenfell fire charity cookbook - Germany Royal Wedding Frenzy

    The Duchess of Sussex is giving her backing to a cookbook from a community kitchen set up in the aftermath of London's deadly Grenfell Tower fire.

  12. Esi Edugyan, Patrick deWitt, Tanya Tagaq among 12 authors longlisted for 2018 Scotiabank Giller Prize - Edugyan, deWitt, Tagaq

    A dozen works of fiction are on the longlist for the $100,000 prize, the biggest annual award in Canadian literature.

  13. Tom Arnold's scuffle with Apprentice producer leads to social media exchange - Tom Arnold Scuffle

    A scuffle between Tom Arnold and a producer of The Apprentice led to an exchange on social media.

  14. 'Real news, delivered by real kids': CBC launches Kids News - Saara Chaudry

    The public broadcaster on Monday launched CBC Kids News, a digital-first platform delivering news for kids, by kids.

  15. Soon-Yi Previn defends Woody Allen in rare interview, saying public shaming is 'so unjust' - People-Soon Yi Previn

    Soon-Yi Previn, the wife of Woody Allen and the estranged adopted daughter of Mia Farrow, defended her husband against what she contends is unfair treatment in the #MeToo era and attacked her adoptive mother in her first public comments in decades.

  16. Green Book, starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen, wins TIFF People's Choice prize - Green Book

    Peter Farrelly's Green Book pulled off a major win on the final day of the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, in a year TIFF took up the theme of championing underrepresented voices.

  17. Emmy nominees show diversity on screen — When will writers' rooms catch up? - Composite

    While the entertainment industry is moving to improve diversity on the screen, TV writers' rooms paint a different picture.

  18. X-Files actor, Canadian Peter Donat, dead at 90 - Peter Donat

    Peter Donat, a Canadian actor who played Agent Fox Mulder's father in The X-Files and had roles in TV shows, films and onstage, has died at age 90.

  19. 'I wanted to be a gangster': Quincy Jones on battling Michael Jackson, befriending Sinatra and more - Quincy Jones

    From bebop to hip hop, Quincy Jones has made an indelible imprint on the sound of generations. And based on the plans he shares with CBC in this interview, the 85-year-old is not slowing down.

  20. Making music: Young Cree cellist performs with travelling Quebec opera - Kelly Cooper

    Chaakapesh: the Trickster's Quest is touring six Inuit, Cree and Innu communities in Northern Quebec.

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