CBC - Arts With Oscars in sight, Amazon, Netflix look to Sundance to secure streaming rights 2017-01-21T23:13:50.000000Z After revolutionizing television with bold, award-winning original content, streaming networks are on the cusp of their first potential Oscar wins, and are back at the Sundance film festival looking for more awards-worthy fare. String theory + a capella = 3 million YouTube views: A Montrealer's formula for online fame 2017-01-21T21:36:18.000000Z Tim Blais, better known as A Capella Science, has defied all stereotypes of what it means to be a physicist. Jackie Evancho, Mormon Tabernacle Choir perform at inauguration, but A-listers gather at unofficial events 2017-01-20T20:17:13.000000Z Teen singer Jackie Evancho delivered a soft-voiced rendition of the U.S. national anthem at Donald Trump's swearing-in ceremony on Friday, but the inauguration performances have exposed the obvious divisions in the country following Trump's election, with star-power turning up for unofficial, altern... Al Gore stays mum on Trump meeting, says 'it's not the last' 2017-01-20T18:53:35.000000Z Speaking to a packed auditorium at the Sundance Film Festival following the premiere of his new climate change documentary An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, former U.S. vice president Al Gore said that while he wouldn't divulge specifics about his December conversation with Donald Trump, it wa... E-book publishers and Apple reach new deal with Competition Bureau over pricing 2017-01-20T18:50:44.000000Z Three major book publishers have signed an agreement with Canadian competition authorities that will permit retailers to sell those publishers' e-books at a discount — something they couldn't do before. Found photo likely Frédéric Chopin, says Polish cultural group 2017-01-20T17:58:50.000000Z Poland's culture institute in France says it believes a previously unknown photograph of Polish composer and pianist Frédéric Chopin has probably been found by private researchers. If so, it would be only the second confirmed photographic image of him. A Dog's Purpose Hollywood premiere, Canadian preview screenings cancelled 2017-01-20T16:38:58.000000Z The Hollywood premiere of A Dog's Purpose has been cancelled amid growing concern and calls to boycott the shot-in-Canada film, following the release of a video — purportedly from the movie set — showing a distressed German shepherd being forced into turbulent water. Actor Miguel Ferrer dead at 61, cousin George Clooney pays tribute 2017-01-20T04:18:18.000000Z Miguel Ferrer, who brought stern authority to his featured role on CBS' hit NCIS: Los Angeles and, years earlier, to NBC crime drama Crossing Jordan, has died. Arcade Fire deliver new song 'I Give You Power' on eve of U.S. inauguration 2017-01-20T01:53:15.000000Z Arcade Fire is back with a new song that appears directly aimed at Donald Trump on the eve of his inauguration. 3 Doors Down shows at Canadian casinos criticized after Trump inauguration gig 2017-01-20T01:22:15.000000Z Rock band 3 Doors Down will follow up their performance in Washington, D.C., by playing casinos in Moncton and Halifax. And some Canadians aren't happy about it.