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Netflix Split: Should We Blame Canada?

It's a hassle to have to deal with two separate companies, meaning double ratings, double queues, and most begrudgingly, double bills. Why not make the grieving...

Cultural Revamp in Montreal

Montreal may be better known for snow than style, but two new openings are indicative of the city's transformation into a serious cultural contender. The most...

The King's Speech: Toronto and the Lust for Oscar

Roy Thomson Hall, home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and, for 10 days each September, the Toronto International Film Festival, may be the world's worst place...

Toronto Film Festival: 10 Films to Talk About

Ten days and hundreds of movies after it began, with a gala presentation of Score: A Hockey Musical (after all, this is Canada), the Toronto International Film...

Bay Watch: Vancouver Fairmont

"Lying on top of a building, the clouds looked no nearer than when I was lying on the street." Those words, from U.K. artist Liam Gillick, are writ large across...

The Olympics: What London Can Learn from Vancouver

The construction site just off east London's Pudding Mill Lane is a hive of activity. To a sound track of saws, whirring engines and vehicle horns, workers are...