Although Canada has been stepping it up in terms of getting more recognition in esports, its infrastructure to facilitate it is not as advanced as
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Canadian-American screenwriter, Denis McGrath passed away today at the age of 48.
Cineplex Entertainment. The company is one of Canada’s biggest entertainment providers, easily a household name anywhere in the country. Based in Toronto, the company has
We take an express tour of Anime North 2016, Canada’s largest anime convention.
Today, Quebec is now home to the largest independent games developer cooperative with over 75 independent studios within the French province. La Guilde des développeurs
The frigid Canadian investigative tale, Kona will be receiving Mac and Linux support starting today.
Videogame giant Ubisoft is seeking the help of Canadian investors to try and fight off a takeover bid by Vivendi.
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Oh Canada, we are a nation of stereotypes. The American media mocks every aspect of our culture, from the patterns of our speech to our
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