Margaret Atwood's 1985 novel, The Handmaid's Tale, finally has Canadian distribution and will be coming to the small screen this weekend. It's a dystopian tale set in the future where women are kept as "handmaids" solely for their reproductive duties, including Elizabeth Moss who stars in the lead role. The Handmaid's Tale, April 30, Bravo, 9 p.m. (special two-hour premiere)
The podcast, Making Oprah, is a three-part series that's a collaborative effort between Oprah and her staffers where they dish on the behind-the-scenes making of the successful talk show.
Dust off your edition—or pick up a new copy—of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale. Read the award-winning author's seminal piece of work in time for the series premiere.
Canadian indie singer-songwriter, Feist, is out today with her fifth solo album, "Pleasure." The folk-pop singer’s return has a more contemplative spin with sounds ranging from French pop to rock ‘n’ roll sound, and each song is executed with that unmistakeable voice.
Join the peaceful march happening in various communities across the country to support the People's Climate March in Washington, DC. The goal is to highlight concerns surrounding environmental issues.