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Archives for: January 20075
  • Colbert wins bet with Oshawa, mayor
    Tuesday January 30th 2007

    After losing a friendly hockey bet with satirical late-night pundit Stephen Colbert, the mayor of Oshawa, Ont. sheepishly conceded defeat on the show Monday night via telephone.

  • Mirren, Whitaker take acting honours, "Little Miss Sunshine" wins
    Monday January 29th 2007

    Helen Mirren of "The Queen" and Forest Whitaker of "The Last King of Scotland" won Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday as best lead players, their latest prizes on the road to the Academy Awards.

  • Government renews cash to embattled TV fund amid industry standoff
    Saturday January 27th 2007

    Heritage Minister Bev Oda has renewed $200 million over two years to the Canadian Television Fund, now rocked by a crisis of industry support that could staunch its cash flow and threaten fall productions.

  • Catch and Release
    Thursday January 25th 2007

    Writer Susannah Grant, directing here for the first time, seems to be aiming for the same kind of meaty chick flick she’s come up with before in "28 Days," "Erin Brockovich" and "In Her Shoes." Instead this fish-themed romance flops wildly all over the place _ from heavy poignant moments to slapsticky comedy, with a healthy dose of soapy melodrama in between.

    Review: 1.5 stars

    Starring: Ben Afflec

    Directed by: Susannah Grant

    Running Time: 115 minutes

  • Toronto set dresser killed on set
    Thursday January 25th 2007

    A 56-year-old set dresser was killed by a collapsing concrete wall Thursday on the set of a Samuel L. Jackson movie in Toronto.

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Archives for: January 20075
  • Colbert wins bet with Oshawa, mayor
    Tuesday January 30th 2007

    After losing a friendly hockey bet with satirical late-night pundit Stephen Colbert, the mayor of Oshawa, Ont. sheepishly conceded defeat on the show Monday night via telephone.

  • Mirren, Whitaker take acting honours, "Little Miss Sunshine" wins
    Monday January 29th 2007

    Helen Mirren of "The Queen" and Forest Whitaker of "The Last King of Scotland" won Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday as best lead players, their latest prizes on the road to the Academy Awards.

  • Government renews cash to embattled TV fund amid industry standoff
    Saturday January 27th 2007

    Heritage Minister Bev Oda has renewed $200 million over two years to the Canadian Television Fund, now rocked by a crisis of industry support that could staunch its cash flow and threaten fall productions.

  • Catch and Release
    Thursday January 25th 2007

    Writer Susannah Grant, directing here for the first time, seems to be aiming for the same kind of meaty chick flick she’s come up with before in "28 Days," "Erin Brockovich" and "In Her Shoes." Instead this fish-themed romance flops wildly all over the place _ from heavy poignant moments to slapsticky comedy, with a healthy dose of soapy melodrama in between.

    Review: 1.5 stars

    Starring: Ben Afflec

    Directed by: Susannah Grant

    Running Time: 115 minutes

  • Toronto set dresser killed on set
    Thursday January 25th 2007

    A 56-year-old set dresser was killed by a collapsing concrete wall Thursday on the set of a Samuel L. Jackson movie in Toronto.

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Archives for: January 20075
  • Colbert wins bet with Oshawa, mayor
    Tuesday January 30th 2007

    After losing a friendly hockey bet with satirical late-night pundit Stephen Colbert, the mayor of Oshawa, Ont. sheepishly conceded defeat on the show Monday night via telephone.

  • Mirren, Whitaker take acting honours, "Little Miss Sunshine" wins
    Monday January 29th 2007

    Helen Mirren of "The Queen" and Forest Whitaker of "The Last King of Scotland" won Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday as best lead players, their latest prizes on the road to the Academy Awards.

  • Government renews cash to embattled TV fund amid industry standoff
    Saturday January 27th 2007

    Heritage Minister Bev Oda has renewed $200 million over two years to the Canadian Television Fund, now rocked by a crisis of industry support that could staunch its cash flow and threaten fall productions.

  • Catch and Release
    Thursday January 25th 2007

    Writer Susannah Grant, directing here for the first time, seems to be aiming for the same kind of meaty chick flick she’s come up with before in "28 Days," "Erin Brockovich" and "In Her Shoes." Instead this fish-themed romance flops wildly all over the place _ from heavy poignant moments to slapsticky comedy, with a healthy dose of soapy melodrama in between.

    Review: 1.5 stars

    Starring: Ben Afflec

    Directed by: Susannah Grant

    Running Time: 115 minutes

  • Toronto set dresser killed on set
    Thursday January 25th 2007

    A 56-year-old set dresser was killed by a collapsing concrete wall Thursday on the set of a Samuel L. Jackson movie in Toronto.

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