History Canada’s new series documents a real-life, present day search for stolen Nazi works of art.
What makes the song so powerful and why has it affected so many people around the world?
A paleo-entomologist couldn’t use the grasshopper to more precisely date the painting. It had died before landing on the canvas.
Canadian TV Ratings: The top 30 television programs from October 23 to 29, 2017
A Toronto pop-up restaurant is out to bust the myth that you can contract HIV from prepared food.
The Global National Weekend anchor reveals her favourite restaurants, wines, and what kind of art she collects at home.
Games are proving to be one of the best ways to understand how people behave and how human psychology interacts with AI behaviour.
With the death of Hugh Hefner, the architect of the Playboy empire, comes tributes of his life. One wonders about his origin story, why he loved wear pajamas.
The Winnipeg-born journalist talks candidly about sexism, news bloopers, and the fine line between family and work
Research shows science programs mostly preach to the converted. How can these shows reach new audiences?
Don’t listen to the headlines linking binge watching to depression and loneliness. It can be a positive experience, says Elizabeth Cohen
Chris Brown is moving from Vancouver to Moscow, where he will cover the region in the public broadcaster’s new news bureau