The sequel to the popular Incredibles (2004) focuses on family life and Elastigirl’s quest to get rights for superheroes.
Get ready to enjoy a weekend of camping, circus, burlesque, music, and much more in the Eastern Townships.
Want to add a short mystery to your reading list? Consider “The Curious Case of the Copper Corpse” by Alan Bradley.
Obomsawin’s film on Dr. Cindy Blackstock’s fight to provide equal services to children on reserves is subtle and powerful.
New film at planetarium not only won awards, but also promises to educate.
OSM under Dina Gilbert performs Raphael Mostel’s pieces on beloved literary character, Babar the Elephant.
We sent out two photographers to capture the parade. Here’s what they saw.
One-woman production at the Mainline about breaking generational patterns evokes the ambiance and mood of the Canadian north.
Don’t be a wicked witch. Let your inner child out to play and find out just how much magic Disney on Ice has no matter what your age is.
Genevieve Borne’s photos address the issue of child trafficking and child labour around the world.
This charming play about difficult decisions faced by immigrant children is a celebration of culture and self-acceptance.
Review of annual ballet by a Nutcracker newbie.
Disney-Marvel dreamteam creates lovable David and Goliath story.
Mylène Chevreul talks to Abenaki film director and activist Alanis Obomsawin’s documentary on the fight for equal education for First Nations.