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Quebec TV personality Julie Snyder files sexual misconduct complaint against Gilbert Rozon   Julie Snyder is the latest — and most high-profile person yet — to come forward with allegations of sexual assault or harassment against the founder of the Just for Laughs comedy festival, Gilbert Rozon. New York attorney general launches probe of Weinstein Co.   New York state's top prosecutor has launched a civil rights investigation into The Weinstein Co. following sexual assault allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Drake throws swanky Andy Warhol-themed party for 31st birthday in Toronto   Toronto rapper Drake celebrated his 31st birthday this weekend with a lavish Andy Warhol-themed party in his hometown. No joke: David Letterman honoured with Mark Twain Prize   David Letterman was celebrated at the Kennedy Center Sunday night for his record run on late-night TV, innovative comedy routines and for helping the nation start to heal by reassuring that it was OK to laugh again after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Step aside, YouTube: Inuktitube a 'one-stop-shop' for online Inuktitut videos   'The idea is to put all the Inuktitut videos in one place,' says the website's founder. It's like the Inuktitut version of YouTube. A Mortician's Tale explores the poignant — and mundane — realities of death   The Toronto-made indie game A Mortician's Tale aims to open up frank discussions about death and dying by putting you in the role of a funeral home worker preparing corpses and consoling the bereaved. 38 accuse writer-director James Toback of sexual harassment   Writer and director James Toback, who received an Oscar nomination for writing Bugsy, has been accused of sexual harassment by 38 women in a report published Sunday in The Los Angeles Times. Justin Timberlake invited back to Super Bowl halftime show   Justin Timberlake has finally been invited back to the Super Bowl halftime show, 14 years after the "wardrobe malfunction" with Janet Jackson cause a national controversy. Guitars for Vets, Great Big Sea's Sean McCann help soldiers heal through music   Guitars for Vets founder Jim Lowther and Great Big Sea's Sean McCann organize fundraising concert to get hundreds more guitars to former soldiers suffering stress-related injury. Julie Snyder cuts ties to Gilbert Rozon, Éric Salvail over sexual harassment allegations   Julie Snyder says she and her production company will no longer work with any businesses affiliated with Quebec media figures Éric Salvail or Gilbert Rozon, who are facing multiple allegations of sexual harassment. Fox renewed Bill O'Reilly contract knowing of harassment allegations   The Fox News Channel says the company knew a news analyst planned to file a sexual harassment lawsuit against Bill O'Reilly when it renewed the popular personality's contract in February. Angelina Jolie: 'Vulnerability of girls around the world' needs attention   Angelina Jolie, an executive producer for the animated feature The Breadwinner, says the film draws attention to a critical international issue: women's empowerment. UK paper sorry for airbrushing Solange Knowles's hair   Britain's Evening Standard newspaper has apologized to Solange Knowles for digitally altering an image of the singer on the cover of its magazine. Jason Aldean releases I Won't Back Down to help Vegas shooting victims   Jason Aldean's moving rendition of I Won't Back Down on Saturday Night Live will soon be raising money to help victims of the Las Vegas shooting. Anthem singer takes a knee at Brooklyn Nets opener   The national anthem singer at the Brooklyn Nets' home opener took a knee at the end of her performance. 5 ex-presidents appear together for hurricane relief concert   The five living former presidents appeared together for the first time since 2013 on Saturday at a concert to raise money for victims of devastating hurricanes in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Gord Downie's brothers open up about his childhood and legacy   In an intimate interview with the q's Tom Power, Mike and Patrick Downie share memories of their childhood with the Tragically Hip singer and their hope to carry on his work toward reconciliation. 'It's been a long time coming:' mogul's downfall sparks a 'Weinstein effect' of calling out harassment   The mounting allegations against Harvey Weinstein have ignited a powerful discussion — online and off — about how pervasive sexual harassment and assault remain in our society today. It's set off a sort of 'Weinstein effect:' with waves of accusers publicly calling out powerful figures and institutions acknowledging the allegations and quickly responding. Gord Downie's family hoping to have public memorial event   Gord Downie's family is hoping to organize a public event where fans can honour the late Tragically Hip singer. Sex, drugs and rock 'n roll: The life and times of Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner   Journalist Joe Hagan spent four years interviewing Jann Wenner, the co-founder of Rolling Stone magazine, for a biography Wenner has now disavowed.