A player from the Montreal Canadiens explains his tattoos.
The Atlantic Hockey Report (AHR) is proud to report on "all things" hockey in Atlantic Canada. AHR looks at all levels of hockey and strives to bring you the stories that others don't. Join host Steve Power as he brings you hockey news, stories, player profiles, highlights and much more from the four Atlantic provinces.
From a team of Canadian female rising stars comes a brand new series following the story of two queer pop musicians as they navigate the ups and downs of celebrity in the digital age.
Forget downtown Toronto. If you want great ethnic food, go where the city’s chefs go: The burbs.
Inside AUS takes a look at what makes Atlantic University Sport the ultimate student-athlete experience. Join host, Scott Squires as he interviews coaches and athletes and see highlights from previous games!
A monthly series showcasing an up close and personal sit down with Toronto FC players. Maria Papadakis is joined by the players at various hot spots in Toronto, as chosen by the athlete. The casual conversation-style brings out the personality of each player as they chat about topics both on and off the pitch. The players divulge their earliest memories of soccer up to and including being a part of an historic season with a championship team, as well as their love for the city and what life is like as a soccer player in Toronto. The series also includes full episodes of the documentary show All for One.
The East Coast Music Awards: Festival and Conference is a five-day, non-stop musical celebration showcasing and recognizing the best of East Coast artists and music. The ultimate goal of this internationally recognized event is to position and promote it as the premiere music event for the public and the music industry in Canada and the conference of choice for artists and industry professionals.
Watch the 2018 East Coast Music Awards Gala hosted by Jonathan Torrens on Fibe TV, Channel 1, Thursday, May 5 at 8:00 PM AT.