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Archives for: December 20065
  • Actors’ Equity supports ACTRA
    Saturday December 23rd 2006

    Canadian Actors’ Equity Association supports the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) in its ongoing contract dispute with the Canadian Film & Television Production Association (CFTPA).

  • Bono honorary knighthood
    Saturday December 23rd 2006

    Irish rocker and humanitarian Bono will become a knight of the British empire _ but the U2 frontman won’t be called "Sir." Britain confirmed Saturday that Bono, 46, will receive his honorary knighthood from the British ambassador to Ireland, David Reddaway, in a Dublin ceremony shortly after New Year’s Day.

  • Gus Van Sant arrested
    Friday December 22nd 2006

    Filmmaker Gus Van Sant has been arrested on a drunken driving charge. Sgt. Brian Schmautz, a spokesman for the Portland Police Bureau, said Van Sant, 54, was arrested Thursday after a breath test showed a blood-alcohol level of 0.19 per cent, more than twice the state limit of 0.08 per cent

  • ACTRA days away from strike
    Thursday December 21st 2006

    The union representing 21,000 film, television and radio workers across Canada said early Thursday a major labour disruption could be a few days away. Talks between the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists, or ACTRA, and the producers’ organization broke down late Wednesday, said Stephen Waddell, the organization’s national executive director and chief negotiator.

  • Canadian Idol New Audition Rules
    Wednesday December 20th 2006

    As Eva Avila finalizes plans for her 2007 national concert tour, CTV announced today details on the search for the next Canadian Idol. As revealed on eTalk last night, Canadian Idol’s Season 5

    Audition Tour begins Saturday, January 27 in Vancouver before hitting malls in nine more cities across the country through mid-April.

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Archives for: December 20065
  • Actors’ Equity supports ACTRA
    Saturday December 23rd 2006

    Canadian Actors’ Equity Association supports the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) in its ongoing contract dispute with the Canadian Film & Television Production Association (CFTPA).

  • Bono honorary knighthood
    Saturday December 23rd 2006

    Irish rocker and humanitarian Bono will become a knight of the British empire _ but the U2 frontman won’t be called "Sir." Britain confirmed Saturday that Bono, 46, will receive his honorary knighthood from the British ambassador to Ireland, David Reddaway, in a Dublin ceremony shortly after New Year’s Day.

  • Gus Van Sant arrested
    Friday December 22nd 2006

    Filmmaker Gus Van Sant has been arrested on a drunken driving charge. Sgt. Brian Schmautz, a spokesman for the Portland Police Bureau, said Van Sant, 54, was arrested Thursday after a breath test showed a blood-alcohol level of 0.19 per cent, more than twice the state limit of 0.08 per cent

  • ACTRA days away from strike
    Thursday December 21st 2006

    The union representing 21,000 film, television and radio workers across Canada said early Thursday a major labour disruption could be a few days away. Talks between the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists, or ACTRA, and the producers’ organization broke down late Wednesday, said Stephen Waddell, the organization’s national executive director and chief negotiator.

  • Canadian Idol New Audition Rules
    Wednesday December 20th 2006

    As Eva Avila finalizes plans for her 2007 national concert tour, CTV announced today details on the search for the next Canadian Idol. As revealed on eTalk last night, Canadian Idol’s Season 5

    Audition Tour begins Saturday, January 27 in Vancouver before hitting malls in nine more cities across the country through mid-April.

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Archives for: December 20065
  • Actors’ Equity supports ACTRA
    Saturday December 23rd 2006

    Canadian Actors’ Equity Association supports the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists (ACTRA) in its ongoing contract dispute with the Canadian Film & Television Production Association (CFTPA).

  • Bono honorary knighthood
    Saturday December 23rd 2006

    Irish rocker and humanitarian Bono will become a knight of the British empire _ but the U2 frontman won’t be called "Sir." Britain confirmed Saturday that Bono, 46, will receive his honorary knighthood from the British ambassador to Ireland, David Reddaway, in a Dublin ceremony shortly after New Year’s Day.

  • Gus Van Sant arrested
    Friday December 22nd 2006

    Filmmaker Gus Van Sant has been arrested on a drunken driving charge. Sgt. Brian Schmautz, a spokesman for the Portland Police Bureau, said Van Sant, 54, was arrested Thursday after a breath test showed a blood-alcohol level of 0.19 per cent, more than twice the state limit of 0.08 per cent

  • ACTRA days away from strike
    Thursday December 21st 2006

    The union representing 21,000 film, television and radio workers across Canada said early Thursday a major labour disruption could be a few days away. Talks between the Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists, or ACTRA, and the producers’ organization broke down late Wednesday, said Stephen Waddell, the organization’s national executive director and chief negotiator.

  • Canadian Idol New Audition Rules
    Wednesday December 20th 2006

    As Eva Avila finalizes plans for her 2007 national concert tour, CTV announced today details on the search for the next Canadian Idol. As revealed on eTalk last night, Canadian Idol’s Season 5

    Audition Tour begins Saturday, January 27 in Vancouver before hitting malls in nine more cities across the country through mid-April.

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