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BY ALLIE MURRAY Powerful Indigenous artwork has caught the eyes of museum attendees at the Royal Ontario Museum. Anishinaabeg: Art and Power is an art exhibition of pieces by the Anishinaabeg peoples, a group made […]
COVERAGE BY MATTHEW BURDITT We will be covering Sheridan’s Open Mic Night at Trafalgar Campus where students will be showing off talents on stage. The event begins at 8 p.m. and is free.
BY ANDREW SEMKOW Christ has risen . . . in Sudbury? That’s the premise of CraveTv’s newest show What Would Sal Do? The series revolves around Sal, a 30-year-old slacker living in his mom’s basement, […]
This past weekend was the 16th annual Toronto Comic-Con. It was held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in downtown Toronto. The event hosted over 400 booths and more than 25,000 visitors. Check out the video […]
BY LAURA ERNE The new live-action Beauty and the Beast film hit theatres this weekend, breaking many records with its $350 million global box office score. This all-new take on the Disney classic stars Harry […]
BY CHRISTY JANSSENS Richard Wagamese is gone. The Ojibway author, from Kamloops B.C, was known for his writing, which focused largely on Indigenous characters and themes. I found out while absently scrolling through Twitter. I […]
BY CHRISTY JANSSENS There aren’t enough women in film. The number of women entering the Canadian media field in general is pretty dismal. This is a problem. The Sheridan Women in Film and Television […]