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Dozens of Canadian publishers project at least a 40 per cent revenue hit, survey says

Dozens of Canadian publishers project at least a 40 per cent revenue hit, survey says

The report suggests that direct-to-consumer, ebook and audiobook sales are up. And according to BookNet Canada, a print sales tracking agency, retail book sales have bounced back since the initial shock of last spring's shutdown.
Get in the holiday mood with Carrie Underwood, Dolly Parton

Get in the holiday mood with Carrie Underwood, Dolly Parton

Here’s a collection of 2020 holiday albums reviewed by The Associated Press.
Stories of Ice: New book explores science and commerce of glaciers

Stories of Ice: New book explores science and commerce of glaciers

“We're not good stewards of our water. We pollute water in so many different ways. We can't get new water."
Review: Only good thing about 2020 may be a new AC/DC album

Review: Only good thing about 2020 may be a new AC/DC album

The legendary Aussie rockers are back with “Power Up,” the latest in a long line of electricity-themed albums
AC/DC is back and fighting off the black with new album

AC/DC is back and fighting off the black with new album

All 12 tracks are co-written by Malcolm and Angus Young
Elvis has left the building

Elvis has left the building

The annual Blue Suede Music Festival has been cancelled
Tractor Museum now open

Tractor Museum now open

It should be an average summer, says exec director
CKUA spring fundraiser surpasses goal

CKUA spring fundraiser surpasses goal

Beloved Alberta radio station's re-imagined event pays off
Chopper opens up Heartwood season

Chopper opens up Heartwood season

Over 110 people see Ray Cooper at Nancy Appleby Theatre Jan. 25
Terry Barber next on CATS bill

Terry Barber next on CATS bill

The countertenor performs Jan. 24 with musical theatre inspiration