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Victoria brothers win opportunity to play on multimillion-dollar violins

A pair of Victoria brothers will play on multimillion-dollar violins for the next three years, after winning a Canada Council contest.

Shakespeare on the big screen

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, which proudly has a foot in the past, is taking a bold step into the future.

NHL lockout rough on CBC

The CBC is bracing for another financial hit if the NHL lockout drags on. At its annual meeting, the public broadcaster outlined its fiscal situation after a rocky six months.

Vancouver film fest has West Coast vibe

Festival reflects city's attitude, says the organizer: 'Outward-looking, multicultural, well-educated and possessing social conscience'

Dion to honour slain technician

Celine Dion and Arcade Fire will headline a benefit concert in support of the young daughter of a man killed during Quebec's electionnight shooting.
Bieber's mom reveals tough past

Bieber's mom reveals tough past

In her new book, Pattie Mallette writes about her troubled younger years and her turn to God

Katy Perry big on Billboard

Pop star Katy Perry was named Billboard's Woman of the Year on Tuesday. She has sold 48 million tracks in the U.S. alone according to Billboard, including the hits Firework, California Gurls, E.T. and Hot N Cold.

Thriller Homeland shuts out Mad Men

Sunday night's Emmys telecast on ABC attracted a bigger audience than a year earlier as viewers watched new psychological thriller Homeland secure major wins and shut out acclaimed drama Mad Men.

Band frontman heads to rehab

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong is headed to treatment for substance abuse. Sunday's announcement by the band's rep comes after the 40-year-old frontman had a meltdown onstage at a concert in Las Vegas on Friday.

Police tale wins box-office race

The police story End of Watch has won a close race at the weekend box office. The Los Angeles cop tale starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena debuted with $13.2 million to finish as the weekend's No.