Filming of a new Netflix musical drama will take over a section of Brampton in a few days’ time.
Since Niagara Region wineries are considered to be some of the most beautiful and scenic properties in all of the province, it was only a matter of time before one went, well, Hollywood.
Three independent cinemas in the Hamilton and Halton areas will get a hand-up as they navigate re-opening.
As fans of Kim's Convenience are likely aware, season five, which was added to Netflix Canada on Wednesday (June 2), was the last season of the show.
As both a life-long Hamilton resident and shameless, card-carrying member of Bachelor Nation, it’s my duty to notify the public that our city’s brightest star is back on reality television.
With access to more than 100 movies, organizers believe film lovers will find this year’s Oakville Festival of Film and Arts the “most impressive” yet.
Hollywood star Jason Momoa has set up camp in Brampton to film the next season of his television show See.<
The head of Cineplex Inc. is calling on federal and provincial leaders to draft up a better plan to support Canada's hobbled movie exhibitors.
With the Province having extended the lockdown to early June--hopefully for the last time--there's good news for those struggling to fill their free time, more content is coming to Netflix.
A one-time Brampton resident has won the top prize on one of Canada's top-rated reality TV shows.