A day after the world learned of Gord Downie's death, his brother Mike Downie says their collaboration on an ambitious project aimed at reconciliation has motivated him to keep pushing for improved conditions within Canada's Indigenous…
'Totally superhuman' is the way Don Speidel remembered former Tragically Hip front man Gord Downie, who he met and gifted an eagle feather during the singer’s naming ceremony with the Assembly of First Nations in December 2016.
A popular Quebec media personality who is facing an array of sexual misconduct allegations was suspended from his professional activities Wednesday as employers and clients distanced themselves from him.
Musicians, politicians, organizations and everyday Canadians have released statements praising, honouring and mourning Gord Downie, who died at age 53 after a three-decade career in music with The Tragically Hip.
As Canadians celebrate the late Gord Downie's life and accomplishments, here are CBC Sports' video montages from recent Olympic Games that were set to some of The Tragically Hip's most memorable songs.
Harvey Weinstein has resigned from the board of The Weinstein Company, it said on Tuesday, as he faces allegations that he sexually harassed or assaulted a number of women over three decades in the film business.
World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. signed its first female performer from the Arab world on Sunday, smashing cultural taboos as the U.S.-based pageant seeks to piledrive its way into lucrative foreign markets.
Thousands of women are responding to actress Alyssa Milano's call to share #metoo on social media to raise awareness of sexual harassment and assault following the recent revelation of decades of allegations of sexual misconduct by movie…
Sue Brouse, Director of Human Resources for ACTRA, says the culture of fear about reporting harassment in the film industry needs to change. However, she admits it's possible that those who come forward may be out of a job.
Canadians know the story well — The Hockey Sweater, by Roch Carrier, has been a staple of Great White North culture since it was first published as an oral essay on CBC Radio in 1979. Now, it's a musical.