Tuesday , January 19 2021


Canadian culture in the news

COVID-19: Italian resilience sung in Quebec

After having enjoyed worldwide success, the song “Rinascerò, rinascerai”, composed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy, was recently translated into French and broadcast in Quebec for a good cause. Singer Daniela Fiorentino, originally from Naples in Italy and from Montreal by adoption, is behind the translation and …

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Actor Jean-Pierre Bacri swept away by cancer

French actor and screenwriter Jean-Pierre Bacri died on Monday of cancer at the age of 69, his agent Anne Alvares-Correa told AFP. Screenwriter of Smoking / No Smoking, A family resemblance, We know the song and The taste of others“, which won him the César for best screenplay, alongside Agnès …

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American music producer Phil Spector dies at 81

Legendary American music producer Phil Spector died in prison Saturday, where he was serving his sentence for the 2003 murder of actress Lana Clarkson, the California Prison Department said in a statement Sunday. The 81-year-old producer known for his innovative methods, at the helm behind hits like the Beatles’ album …

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Julien Lacroix’s apologies are not unanimous

Julien Lacroix’s apologies, made Tuesday on his social networks after six months of silence, are not unanimous. If some are ready to forgive him, others do not want to see him again in the public sphere anytime soon. • Read also: Rosalie Vaillancourt expresses doubts about Julien Lacroix’s apology • …

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“I miss my job” – Patrick Groulx

In September, Patrick Groulx surprised us by launching the third album of Bas Blancs, “Besoin de rien”. It was the culmination of one of the many projects he worked on last summer. He also set up a new concept: “Conversation with Patrick Groulx”. But the comedian is bored of the …

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