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Entertainment News Roundup: ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel ‘House of the Dragon’ takes off in Hollywood; Netflix sues creators of alleged ‘Bridgerton’ knockoff and more

Following is a summary of current entertainment news briefs. Italian rockers Maneskin to launch first US, Canada tour Italian rockers Maneskin, winners of the 2021 Eurovision song contest, will tour North America for the first time starting in October. The musicians ‘hit singles include “Beggin’”,… Read More »Entertainment News Roundup: ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel ‘House of the Dragon’ takes off in Hollywood; Netflix sues creators of alleged ‘Bridgerton’ knockoff and more

Teenage Head’s Gord Lewis remembered for ‘ferocious’ guitar skills as band forges on

TORONTO – Gord Lewis played a “ferocious” guitar in Hamilton punk rock act Teenage Head and his bandmates intend to honor him with a series of upcoming concerts. Teenage Head’s members say they’ve made the “difficult decision” to fulfill three gigs booked before the 65-year-old… Read More »Teenage Head’s Gord Lewis remembered for ‘ferocious’ guitar skills as band forges on

Paddling to exorcism: Abuse allegations spark new regulations at Saskatchewan schools

REGINA – Saskatchewan is stepping in to supervise three independent schools after a proposed class-action lawsuit was filed against former teachers, pastors and church elders for alleged abuse of students. Education Minister Dustin Duncan said Thursday he will appoint supervisors to oversee three schools linked… Read More »Paddling to exorcism: Abuse allegations spark new regulations at Saskatchewan schools

Draft speech on residential schools edited out blaming Ottawa for abuse: documents

Ottawa was careful to avoid admitting abuses Indigenous children suffered at residential schools happened “at the hands of the federal government” in remarks prepared for a Liberal cabinet minister after the discovery of unmarked graves last year, documents show. The Canadian Press obtained documents through… Read More »Draft speech on residential schools edited out blaming Ottawa for abuse: documents