It's rare that you want to watch the commercials. Normally you want to change channels, go get a snack or fast forward through them — except during the Super Bowl. This was the first year Canadians could watch the commercials as they were aired.
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The goal of Super Bowl commercials has always been to stand out from the pack. But for 2017, companies are going even further with envelope-pushing live stunts and ambitious campaigns that extend beyond TV across social media and online.
As Lady Gaga prepares to take America's biggest stage at the National Football League (NFL) Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday, much of country is speculating whether the outspoken singer will grab the opportunity to speak out on women's rights, immigration or U.S. President Donald Trump.
We're not surprised when children of famous athletes take up sport, but what motivates the offspring of a jock to pick up a guitar rather than a hockey stick?
A Just For Laughs comedy gala that served as P.K. Subban's goodbye to Montreal will be broadcast as a one-hour TV special in the new year.
A prominent member of the famous TV dads club, Alan Thicke held a special place in the hearts of Canadians. Notwithstanding his entertainment world success, the actor, writer, composer and host never lost the pride in his homeland, his offbeat Canadian wit, his love of our national winter sport or his realistic perspective about show business.
Alan Thicke, the Canadian-born actor best known for playing the dad on the '80s sitcom Growing Pains, has died. He was 69.
Like many die-hard Cubs fans, Bill Murray has finally been rewarded for his allegiance to Chicago's lovable losers with the team's first World Series title since 1908.
Karen Michel was just a hurting Cubs fan without a ticket until comic actor Bill Murray invited her to join him for Tuesday's Game 6 of the World Series in Cleveland.
Looks like Justin Bieber needed some ice time to clear his head after losing his cool during the U.K. leg of his Purpose tour.