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Fans from across Canada packed into two editions of Oprah Winfrey's Lifeclass in Toronto, proving her enduring appeal. But the media mogul is still struggling with her specialty network OWN, Deana Sumanac reports
Justin Bieber's Latest Album Believe Acoustic Shows a Different Side of the Canadian Pop Star and Could Land Him a New Record. Deana Sumanac Reports.
As Toronto marks exactly three years to the Pan Am Games in 2015, two public art projects are kicking off the cultural offerings. Deana Sumanac reports.
The Art Gallery of Ontario has Picasso, the National Gallery had Caravaggio – both attempts to draw audiences in the face of funding cuts and a weak economy. Deana Sumanac reports on the role of blockbuster art shows
Deana Sumanac talks to some of the 87 young women who are auditioning today for a chance to advance in CBC's Over the Rainbow reality competition
Deana Sumanac Reports on Canada’s New Supercouple Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger.
Miss Universe Canada contestant Jenna Talackova is the latest of a growing number of transgender people to hit the news recently, Deana Sumanac reports
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Canadians are avid readers who bought or borrowed more than 2.7 million books last week, according to figures released by a campaign uniting librarians, educators, literacy advocates, publishers and booksellers, the CBC's Deana Sumanac reports
Vito Luprano, the Montrealer who managed Céline Dion in the 1980s, has new star under his wing, Kristina Maria, a Lebanese-Canadian pop singer from Ottawa who is gearing up for her first album.
The 1980s song Money for Nothing by Britain's Dire Straits has been deemed unacceptable for play on Canadian radio, the CBC's Deana Sumanac reports
Winners of the official Queen tribute band were revealed today, and half the group will be Canadian. Deana Sumanac tracks down the musical champions now getting ready to rock you
Award winning Canadian author Michael Ondaatje is helping to transform his latest novel Divisadero from the page to the stage. Deana Sumanac goes behind the scenes.
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As Canada commemorates 200 years since the War of 1812, the long-ignored stories of First Nations involvement in that war are coming to the fore. Deana Sumanac reports.
As Canada marks 200 years since the War of 1812, there are efforts under way to draw attention to First Nations involvement in the war, which is too often ignored, Deana Sumanac reports.
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