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Survey finds doctors worry supplies of flu vaccine, PPE will lag demand

Survey finds doctors worry supplies of flu vaccine, PPE will lag demand

TORONTO — The Canadian Medical Association says doctors still face hurdles getting personal protective equipment and fear they won't be able to adequately respond to increased demands for the flu shot.
Barry Jenkins to direct 'Lion King' sequel

Barry Jenkins to direct 'Lion King' sequel

NEW YORK — The Walt Disney Co. will make a sequel to the 2019 live-action “The Lion King,” with Barry Jenkins, the director of the Oscar-winning “Moonlight” and the James Baldwin adaptation “If Beale Street Could Talk,” set to direct.
Judge says new royal book can be used in Meghan privacy case

Judge says new royal book can be used in Meghan privacy case

LONDON — The publisher of Britain’s Mail on Sunday newspaper can use the contents of a recent behind-the scenes book about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in its legal defence for an invasion of privacy lawsuit brought by the duchess, a judge ruled Tu
Reggaeton redemption: Balvin, Bunny top Latin Grammy nods

Reggaeton redemption: Balvin, Bunny top Latin Grammy nods

NEW YORK — At last year’s Latin Grammy Awards, popular reggaeton and Latin trap musicians such as J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna were dismissed in the show’s top categories. This year, they dominate.
Billboard Awards: Alicia Keys, Bad Bunny, Malone to perform

Billboard Awards: Alicia Keys, Bad Bunny, Malone to perform

NEW YORK — Alicia Keys, Bad Bunny, Luke Combs and leading nominee Post Malone will perform at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards.
Review: Live album shows why Lambert is perfect for Queen

Review: Live album shows why Lambert is perfect for Queen

Queen and Adam Lambert, “Live Around the World” (Hollywood) Adam Lambert is not Freddie Mercury. Nor, to his credit, does he try to be.
Canadian Olympian Katerine Savard shines in Cannes-selected 'Nadia, Butterfly'

Canadian Olympian Katerine Savard shines in Cannes-selected 'Nadia, Butterfly'

Unlike many sports movies, "Nadia, Butterfly" is not about wins, losses or a comeback story. The usual cliches that often plague the genre aren't found in the Cannes-selected film from Pascal Plante.
Nuit Blanche Toronto goes virtual and expands to multiple days with online streams

Nuit Blanche Toronto goes virtual and expands to multiple days with online streams

TORONTO — Nuit Blanche Toronto has revealed plans for a virtual event that will be spread out over 10 days. Organizers have shifted the free, one-night art celebration into five online streams, running this Saturday evening until Oct.
Experts worry social restrictions might be tough to swallow after months of freedom

Experts worry social restrictions might be tough to swallow after months of freedom

As COVID-19 case counts continue to rise across Canada, some of the country's top doctors are urging people to pop their social bubbles in favour of a more cautious approach.
Book Review: 'Ties That Tether' pits love against family

Book Review: 'Ties That Tether' pits love against family

Jane Igharo’s “Ties that Tether” (Penguin Random House) Jane Igharo’s “Ties That Tether” tells the story of Azere, a Nigerian immigrant living in Canada who at 12, made a promise to her dying father that she would only marry a Nigerian man.