Cannes: Red carpet for “Matthias et Maxime”

Xavier Dolan and the cast of his film “Matthias et Maxime” step out onto the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival. The Canadian director is back in Cannes three years after winning the Grand Prix for “Juste la fin du monde”, the competition’s second most prestigious prize. IMAGES

Trudeau: We stayed strong in getting tariff lifted

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada stayed strong in asking for a full lift of the Trump administration’s tariffs on steel and aluminum. (May 17)

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US Coast Guard rescued dozens of whale watchers

The U.S. Coast Guard says dozens of passengers have been rescued from a Canadian whale-watching boat from British Columbia off the coast of Washington state. The boat’s captain had grounded it after it started taking on water. (May 10)

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Whaling

Videographic on whales and whaling. Canadian scientists have listed as threatened three types of whale that swim its waters, including two of the world’s largest species.VIDEOGRAPHIC

Canada’s Trudeau welcomes Japan’s Abe in Ottowa

With mere months to go until Japan hosts the G20 summit in Osaka late June, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomes his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in Ottowa. IMAGES

Bensley – ‘Kilauea’

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‘Kilauea’

Acclaimed Canadian musician Bensley returns with the explosive single ‘Kilauea’ released on 19 April, ahead of his eagerly awaited sophomore album ‘Muskoka’ out on RAM Records in July – the follow up to his ground-breaking album ‘Next Generation’.

‘Kilauea’ is the perfect taster for what listeners can expect from Bensley’s second album, ‘Muskoka’, ahead of its release on RAM Records and cements his status as one of the most exciting, innovative producers around.

Named after Hawaii’s most active volcano, ‘Kilauea’ cleverly evokes images of exotic island scenery using ukulele and lap steel guitar samples alongside the sound of island birds and crashing surf. An atmospheric cut that builds to a powerful crescendo, ‘Kilauea’ is a dancefloor shaker that takes the listener on an immersive journey.

The twelve-track album ‘Muskoka’ was primarily composed whilst Bensley was at his family’s lakeside cottage in Muskoka, Canada. Here is where he has spent every summer of his life. As Bensley says: “Muskoka has hugely shaped the person I am today. The breath-taking wildlife, forests and lakes provide an endless source of inspiration and make Muskoka not only my favourite place to write music, but my favourite place to be.”

Bensley’s forthcoming album ‘Muskoka’ will be released on RAM Records on vinyl and digitally in summer 2019.

Bensley’s 2015 debut album ‘Next Generation’ won him widespread acclaim, including from leading selectors Zane Lowe, MistaJam, Friction, Zeds Dead and DJ Fresh. This debut was followed by celebrated singles such as ‘Outsider’, ‘Tiptoe’ and ‘Slither’, and official remixes for the likes of Flux Pavilion, Azari & III, and Camo & Krooked

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Avalanches

Videographic illustrating how avalanches occur. Three world-renowned professional mountaineers — two Austrians and an American — were missing and presumed dead after an avalanche on a western Canadian summit.VIDEOGRAPHICS

Niqab & kippah no more: Quebec bill banning religious symbols for public workers sparks controversy

Authorities in the Canadian province of Quebec are preparing to ban government employees from wearing religious symbols such as the Islamic headscarf the hijab and the Jewish kippah.

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‘Fake feminist’? Trudeau bashed for ‘silencing’ strong women amid corruption scandal

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau used the term ‘feminist’ as a “weapon” to win elections, so it is no surprise that his own record on women is under scrutiny during the ongoing political corruption scandal, RT was told.

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