Pop Goes The News — Toronto’s Michelle DuBarry is being recognized by Guinness World Records as the World’s Oldest Drag Queen.
News that DuBarry will hold the record came via email in mid-November and was announced Tuesday night at Statlers, a Church Street bar where she regularly performs.
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Pop Goes The News — The Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson is heading to Canada early next year to make a movie with Ben Kingsley.
The two actors are scheduled to be in Toronto beginning in February to shoot scenes for Backstabbing For Beginners, a political thriller by Danish director Per Fly.
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Pop Goes The News — A Toronto area web design company is under fire for saying it would prefer to hire a female for a current position — because it involves reception work.
According to a job posting on Linkedin, Vestra Inet was looking for a Content Writer/SEO specialist “to join our dynamic team” at their office near Steeles and Keele.
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Pop Goes The News — Production of The Maze Runner: The Death Cure will begin early next year in Vancouver.
The movie is based on the third book in the dystopian trilogy by James Dashner and follows 2014’s The Maze Runner and this year’s The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.
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