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Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Ottawa musicians score big in Juno nominations
By Megan Lalonde

Centretown residents will be hearing some familiar names at the upcoming Juno Awards. This year’s nominees, announced in early February, include a variety of Ottawa musicians.

Artists need strategy in battling clock
By Kelly Fleck

Most people don’t think of an art show as 12 artists given 20 minutes to paint, while 250 people cheer and watch over their shoulders.

All-black troupe opens up new avenues in comedy
By Maya Hamovitch

The Underground Comedy Railroad, Canada’s first all-black comedy tour, is aptly named. Just as the secret network of the 1800s offered a path to freedom for enslaved Africans, so too does this troupe open new avenues into an area of entertainment typically dominated by white males.

Viewpoint: CRTC has to face up to the changing face of broadcasting
By Kierra Jones

If the recently released results of the CRTC’s ongoing public consultation are anything to judge by, Canadians like to complain.


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