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Family Day zooms three shows into your home

Family Day zooms three shows into your home

Northern Alberta International Children's Festival looks for support
Deep Freeze Festival lights up winter

Deep Freeze Festival lights up winter

It's a leaner but still uplifting festival. This year's Deep Freeze started Friday and will run for 10 days.
The Weeknd springs into action with the After Hours World Tour

The Weeknd springs into action with the After Hours World Tour

Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, known professional as The Weeknd, plans 104-date tour
Pro Coro Canada celebrates 40th anniversary with music and memories

Pro Coro Canada celebrates 40th anniversary with music and memories

Pro Coro Canada has etched itself into the Canadian fabric as one of the country’s major professional choirs.
"It was nail-biting but we did it": Canadian shows didn't let COVID derail production

"It was nail-biting but we did it": Canadian shows didn't let COVID derail production

TORONTO — The pandemic has its prints all over Canada's winter TV season.
A salute to Iris Turcott

A salute to Iris Turcott

Celebrating an influential life well-lived
MacEwan University Big Band rolls out free livestream concert

MacEwan University Big Band rolls out free livestream concert

Sammy Nestico, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald and Duke Ellington are a few highlights
Havelin livestreams home concert for fans

Havelin livestreams home concert for fans

Hear new music from an up and coming singer-songwriter
Cold Lake being turned into Soviet-era Russia for upcoming film

Cold Lake being turned into Soviet-era Russia for upcoming film

A local filmmaker is looking to film an upcoming movie in the Cold Lake area, which will transform the city into Soviet-era Russia
Arden Theatre cancels four shows

Arden Theatre cancels four shows

Refunds available through theatre box office