Before sparking up, here's what you need to know about what's legal in Canada's cannabis world starting October 17th 2018.
It wasn’t all that long ago when vinyl made its comeback. Yet, looking at the Canadian landscape, small and large record shops have popped up all over the country.
This year, Blackberry is back at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and they’re showcasing their slick, cutting-edge software for driverless vehicles. QNX promises all the high-end security measures the company is known for with the functionality and experiences desired by the modern consumer. Blackberry is showcasing three high-end vehicles at CES: the 2017 Range Rover Super Charged, the 2018 Astin Martin DB11 and the Audi Q5. All three will be outfitted with the latest in...
In honour of Neil Young's visit to Omemee, Ontario, this week's Geek Picks focus around Young's songs that feature Ontario.
Mike Downie is helping to carry on Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack's Legacy as the Downie Wenjack Fund moves along in its goals to aid the reconciliation process between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians.
On Saturday evening, Bruce Cockburn, Beau Dommage, Stephane Venne and Neil Young were all inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame after a five-year hiatus. With stunning musical performances and a truly wide array of musicians, the evening was definitely one to remember. Read on for the 411 on this year's induction ceremony.
Dave Grohl reveals that Justin Timberlake is the big popstar featured on Concrete and Gold.
Whether there's something in the water or there's a reason behind it, there's no question about it. Kingston is birthing some of the best Canadian musicians out there.
Fans are left eagerly awaiting more details and more music from Jack White after an announcement that he is working on a third solo album.
Dave Grohl has revealed that Paul McCartney will be behind the drum kit on the next Foos album. Not only that, but there's a pop star feature he hasn't yet revealed.
Unlike previous decades, protest music of the 1960s was fearless and outspoken. Artists didn't hide in cloaks of metaphors. They boldly spoke about civil unrest at home and abroad despite the consequences.
This past week, Nielsen Canada released their comprehensive study of Canadian music consumption habits over the first half of the year. It’s no surprise that audio streaming reigns supreme with no signs of slowing down anytime soon.