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(Gord-Downie-Sculpture)

A Gord Downie tribute sculpture has been unveiled at Halifax City Hall, in a room that aims to foster conversations about Indigenous reconciliation.

The sculpture of the late Tragically Hip frontman was created by artist Al Hattie using recycled metals that emulate a microphone stand and Downie's signature hat, complete with feathers.

On a wall behind the sculpture titled "The Last Show'' is the shadowy profile of Downie.

The piece is situated in city hall's Legacy Space, the first municipal building in Canada with a room dedicated to reconciliation.

The concept of legacy rooms is the brainchild of Assembly of First Nations regional Chief Morley Googoo, who worked with Downie to make it a reality before his 2017 death. (The Canadian Press)

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(R-Kelly)

A judge says cameras will be allowed in the courtroom during R. Kelly's sexual abuse trial and pretrial hearings.

The Cook County judge says cameras will be allowed going forward, including at the next hearing on March 22nd.

He says photos and video of accusers won't be allowed without their consent, and that two have already said they won't be giving it.

The Grammy-winning R and B singer didn't attend the hearing, but his lawyer did.

Kelly is charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse. (The Associated Press)

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(Golden-Globes)

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association says it has chosen a date for next year's Golden Globe Awards.

The association says the 77th annual awards will be held January 5th.

The ceremony will kick off a condensed awards season with the Oscars moving up their ceremony to February 9th, 2020.

In January, the Globes were watched by 18.6 million viewers.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association says its members represent 56 countries. (The Associated Press)<

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Netflix is cancelling "One Day at a Time'' after three seasons. …

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