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Cold Lake being turned into Soviet-era Russia for upcoming film

Cold Lake being turned into Soviet-era Russia for upcoming film

A local filmmaker is looking to film an upcoming movie in the Cold Lake area, which will transform the city into Soviet-era Russia
Shawna Randolph and Sean Burke launch online talk show

Shawna Randolph and Sean Burke launch online talk show

The two St. Albert colleagues and long-time friends are uniting their talents to premiere a new online talk show. Aptly named Talk Time with Sean & Shawna, it premieres Jan. 22, 2021 on St. Albert Today. 
'Heartland' star on leaving the show: 'It was time to move in a new direction'

'Heartland' star on leaving the show: 'It was time to move in a new direction'

SPOILER ALERT: THE FOLLOWING STORY CONTAINS PLOT DETAILS.
Going to the movies in 2021?

Going to the movies in 2021?

That's the big question, with the answer only being possible when the theatres open back up again. Still, there are a good number that are slated for release that are worthy of mention.
Olds and district music students awarded scholarships

Olds and district music students awarded scholarships

25 awards given for highest examination marks
Christmas magic from rural women volunteers

Christmas magic from rural women volunteers

Inspired by Spruce View Ladies Club, Laurie Hodges Humble publishes The Last Christmas Pageant
Review: Tom Hanks is doggedly heroic in 'News of the World'

Review: Tom Hanks is doggedly heroic in 'News of the World'

Director and co-screenwriter Paul Greengrass reunites for the first time with Hanks since their 2013 outing “Captain Phillips.”
He's the money

He's the money

Cop Shop just wrapped production, though it's still up in the air when it will hit theatres.
BBC to launch new subscription streaming service BBC Select in Canada next year

BBC to launch new subscription streaming service BBC Select in Canada next year

BBC Select is touting programs that will arrive on North America's shores for the first time.
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.