Oscars 2016: CTVNews.ca will showcase the night's biggest moments

Don't want to miss one juicy detail from Hollywood's most glamourous night? You don't have to look further than CTVNews.ca.

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As the biggest names in film gather on Sunday, Feb. 28 for the 88th Academy Awards, CTVNews.ca will be rolling out complete Oscar's coverage throughout the night.

Our live blog will feature highlights from host Chris Rock's highly anticipating opening monologue, up-to-the-second updates of the night's big winners and snippets from their speeches.

The CTV News Instagram account will showcase yjr hottest looks from the red carpet as Hollywood's biggest stars make their way to Los Angeles’ famed Dolby Theatre.

Remember @AngiesRightLeg from Oscar night 2012, or Ellen DeGeneres's star-studded 2014 Oscars selfie that broke Twitter?

It wouldn't be the Oscars if something didn't go viral.

CTV News' Twitter and Facebook accounts willalso be sure to highlight any landmark social media moments that emerge on Sunday night. Don't worry about missing any memorable moment, as the CTVNews.ca team will be tracking the trends through the night.

For a quick round-up of the night's highlights, check out the CTV News Snapchat account. Search for CTV News on the app or scan our Snapcode.

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Coverage from the Oscar's red carpet outside Los Angeles famed Dolby Theatre will be broadcast live on CTV beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET followed by the award show at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Be sure to watch all the best moments from the show, red carpet and clips you didn’t see on TV at ctv.ca/Oscars.



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