Music is coming to your home, and it’s all thanks to a new initiative between the National Arts Centre and Facebook Canada. Canadian musician Jim Cuddy kicks off the special #CanadaPerforms live concert series starting today, March 19, at 2:00 PM.
If you need a few reasons why Apple’s 10.2″ iPad is a great idea, you’re in luck, because I’ve got five of them. The 7th generation iPad is a third of the price of most laptops, and it has a lot of features for home, entertainment, and business.
Ontario Parks offer some of the best outdoor experiences in the province, and I can’t get enough of them, especially in the summer. My wife and I have stayed at most of the parks in southern Ontario, and one favourite is Bon Echo Provincial Park.
March Break is around the corner, and that means it’s almost time for spring adventures. To get you ready for your next hike, bike trip, or whatever the season brings your way, we’ve teamed up with CLIF Bar for a special giveaway.
Tribal is APTN’s fiery new crime drama, and it’s one of the most interesting shows on TV this season.
Do you want to build a snowman? For Trent Correy, the Animation Supervisor at Walt Disney Animation Studios working on Frozen 2, that was actually his job, and the Canadian artist and animator has helped build that snowman since the original film.
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen 2 arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD tomorrow, and we want to give you and your family a chance to bring home the magic.
The iPhone 11 is pretty easy to review: it’s the best overall phone today. Against all the competitors, and even other iPhones, the iPhone 11 stands out with some of the best all-around features. Even Android users may be surprised how easy it is to jump ship, and the camera alone is worth it if you’re a photographer.
Vir Das is one of my favourite comedians working today. He’s hilarious, charming, smart, sharply patriotic, and his shows offer a glimpse into modern-day India.
Donnell Rawlings is iconic and hilarious. The comedian and actor made a name for himself on Chappelle’s Show before working on The Wire, and later on Guy Code.