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Justine Blanchet releases debut single with help from friends

A lot can be accomplished when you put together talented and committed young people. 16-year old Justine Blanchet from Quebec, Canada just released her debut single “Sing Like No One’s

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Christopher Goscha among finalists for Cundill History Prize

Montreal historian Christopher Goscha’s account of Vietnam’s divided past is one of 10 books on the long list for a prestigious history writing prize. Goscha’s book “Vietnam: A New History”

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Francois Girard’s ‘Hochelaga’ is Canada’s pick for best foreign-language film

Actors, from left, Samian, Naiade Aoun, and Wahiakeron Gilbert, as well as producer Roger Frappier, and Telefilm Canada’s executive director Carolle Brabant, pose for photos after the film “Hochelaga, Land

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Montreal transit authority won’t display ballet company’s bloody promotional ad

Montreal’s transit authority has nixed an advertisement promoting Les Grands Ballets Canadiens latest show, saying it incites violence. The promotional image for “Stabat Mater” is seen in this undated handout.

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Hadfield’s Canada: A 3-Hour Flyover of Science, Exploration, and Life

“Oh, you mean the astronaut who covered Bowie in space?” It’s hard to imagine that, of all the incredible things to have spiced his life so far, a music video

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‘Blade Runner 2049’ to open Montreal Festival du nouveau cinema

 Actor Ryan Gosling, left, and Director Denis Villeneuve pose to the media during a photocall to promote the film “Blade Runner 2049” in Barcelona, Spain, on June 19, 2017. Quebec

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John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s ‘bed-in for peace’ hotel suite redesigned

The bed is seen during the unveiling of a new design of the hotel suite made famous by John Lennon and Yoko Ono during their 1969 bed-in for peace, Thursday,

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Southern Quebec visited by ‘unprecedented’ number of painted lady butterflies

MONTREAL — The millions of black-and-orange butterflies that have carpeted flower beds across the Montreal area in recent days are waiting for winds to carry them south to warmer weather,

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The Life in Québec Show S1 E1 George Lazenby aka James Bond

George Lazenby, who famously played James Bond in the 1969 movie On Her Majesty’s Secret Service was in Quebec City as part of the Quebec City Film Festival to promote

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Leonard Cohen tribute concert to take place on Nov. 6

Montreal artist Kevin Ledo works on his nine-story high-portrait of the late Leonard Cohen, in Montreal on Thursday, June 15, 2017. A memorial tribute concert for Leonard Cohen will be

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REVIEW: Les Trois Ténors – A play adapted from (A Comedy of Tenors) by Ken Ludwig

Review by Job Patstone Translation and adaptation by: Benoît Brière, Luc Guèrin, et Martin Drainville LifeinQuebec was invited to the premiere of Les Trois Ténors at the ‘Salle Albert-Rousseau’ theater

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Urban Cider: First-ever cider released by McAuslan Brewery enters market

Montreal, Wednesday, September 13, 2017 – It was a first and a matter of great pride yesterday for McAuslan Brewery to launch its McAdam Urban Cider, made exclusively from Quebec-grown

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Athletes on their toes to help open new studios for Les Grands Ballets Canadiens

MONTREAL — Some well-known sports personalities were kept on their toes Tuesday to help open new studios for Les Grands Ballets Canadiens. Patrice Bernier of soccer’s Montreal Impact joined a

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News and entertainment website Canoe.ca says data for one million users hacked

MONTREAL — News and entertainment website Canoe.ca says some of its databases containing the personal information of about one million users from 1996 to 2008 has been hacked. The company