Sitting in a downtown Toronto hotel's health club, dressed in a casual blue top, jeans and flip flops, Christopher Heard looks every bit as comfortable in this surroundings as he would in his own house. This should come as no surprise, as he has recently spent 2 years living in The Royal York hotel as a "Writer in Residence" while completing his latest book The Suite Life - The Magic and Mystery of Hotel Living.
The Glee-ks will inherit the Earth, and in a new competition on Global Television, offices across Canada are getting their chance to prove what they can do on stage, all in the name of charity.
In the supernatural drama Haven, actress Emily Rose stars as FBI agent Audrey Parker, a woman with a strange past who finds herself taking on unnatural forces in the town of Haven, Maine.
On a warm day earlier this month, I toured through the dusty crossroads of a medical facility in Kandahar, Afghanistan, and I didn't even have to leave the streets of Toronto.
Director Mike Elliott hits the beach for Blue Crush 2, a sequel that follows the original surfing film nearly a decade later, taking a new direction on the topic of champion-level female surfers with an angle that aims a lot closer to home.
In the spring of 2004, 21-year-old Lara Roxx left her hometown of Montreal and headed to L.A to try to make tons of cash in the adult entertainment industry. Within two months of working in this industry she contracted the most virulent form of HIV while performing sex in front of the camera. Inside Lara Roxx, a documentary premiering at this year's Hot Docs film festival in Toronto, is about the adult movie industry and its impact on a young life.
The buzz has been tremendous, and tomorrow is the big day when Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton get married at Westminster Abbey.
What happens when three guys live together, work together, and party as much as possible the whole time? That's the premise behind the stoner comedy Workaholics from the comedy troupe Mail Order Comedy and Scrubs executive producer Kevin Etten.
If bravery is judged by a person's sheer willingness to go up against any obstacle and fall flat on their face, then the contestants of Wipeout Canada must be some of the bravest people in the country. Either that, or they simply haven't watched Wipeout before.