Video Interview: ILY talks Signing with Sony Music Canada & More

Image credit: Sony Music CanadaSwedish singer-songwriter ILY recently joined Popternative for a video interview where they touched on many different topics. The Stockholm-native talked about signing with Sony Music Canada, the music scene in Sweden, and more. She also credits her love for 80s music and Scandinavian pop as her […]

CEBL Announces Montreal Expansion in 2022

Image credit: cebleague/@InstagramCanada currently has the most NBA players than any other country besides the United States. However, when it comes to international competitions such as the FIBA World Cup, or the Olympic qualifiers, Canada still struggles to leave their imprint on a global stage. The one thing that European […]

Podcast: Paul Sun-Hyung Lee from ‘Kim’s Convenience’ discusses Canadian TV and Film, and more

  Canadian Screen Award winner Paul Sun-Hyung Lee joins the show to talk Canadian TV and film, what his character from Kim’s Convenience thinks about social media, and more. Download and listen to the episode on the-go-here. Keep up with Kim’s Convenience on Twitter and Facebook. This episode and more can be found […]

New web series from the people that brought you My Roommate’s An Escort

A new web series is on its way. Trish Rainone and Katie Uhlman, who created and starred in last year’s hit web series My Roommate’s an Escort, create and star in their latest project Canadian Actors.  They’re at it again. This time with ‘Canadian Actors.’ Trailer releasing tomorrow! (& Plans for more Escort […]

Podcast: Mikaël Kingsbury talks about preparing for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.

Canadian freestyle skier Mikaël Kingsbury makes his Popternative return to chat about going for gold at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. Download and listen to the episode  on-the-go here. Be sure to follow Mikaël on Twitter and Instagram to keep up with all his events. Subscribe to Popternative on iTunes and YouTube. We are also on Spotify.

Netflix and Canada make a $500-million deal

Earlier this week, it was announced that Netflix will be spending at least $500 million over the course of 5 years in an effort to create original Canadian content. Content will be in both official languages of Canada; English and French. This approach is essentially an alternative to charging sales taxes to […]