Updates and coverage about arts, culture and events from or about people from Atlantic Canada
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Jenn Grant shares her top Halifax cultural spots

Folk-pop singer-songwriter about to tour again in support of her latest album, Paradise.

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Inside the mind of Canadian radio’s most important executive

A one-on-one conversation with Susan Marjetti, CBC's executive director of Radio and Audio

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Catching up with Halifax entrepreneur Barb Stegemann

The 7 Virtues CEO reflects on her Dragons' Den pitch, post-show success and why Kevin O'Leary's rejection was a huge mistake

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Halifax Black Film Festival to debut with Maya Angelou doc

The inaugural Halifax Black Film Festival will launch with a gala screening of the feature-length documentary Maya Angelou and Still I Rise on Mar. 4. Halifax is the third black film festival opened by the Fabienne Colas Foundation in Canada. In 2005, the foundation created the Montreal International Black Film Festival, which became Canada’s largest black […]

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CBC funding restored in new Liberal budget, $675 million over five years

After years of cutbacks, the CBC is getting a financial boost to "modernize and revitalize CBC/Radio Canada in the digital era."

Brian Byrne on life after I Mother Earth

Brian Byrne is out to forge a solo career. We caught up with him to talk about music and life on the road

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Inside the Mind of Rick Mercer

We speak to the comedian and Canadian icon, in the midst of the second season of his CBC TV news satire show, 'Monday Report'

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22 minutes with Mary Walsh

The Canadian comedienne is busy enjoying her year off ‘This Hour Has 22 Minutes’ by exploring her passion for her CBC TV series ‘Open Book’

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Keeping up with Cathy Jones

The comedienne talks about the new season of 'This Hour Has 22 Minutes' and why she thinks the funniest Canadians are raised in Newfoundland