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  • India-Canada Co-Production Treaty Takes Effect
    Wednesday July 09th 2014

    A bilateral co-production treaty between India and Canada has come into effect. The pact allows films made using the treaty to be considered as local content in both jurisdictions. The two countries signed the long–awaited treaty in February this year. It has subsequently been ratified and entered into effect on July 1. The Indian government says it hopes that the treaty will encourage more Canadian films to use India as a location. Indian film-makers may now also apply for Canada’s generous subsidy and incentives schemes.

  • Director of indie Canadian film ‘Algonquin’ has Cobourg connections
    Monday July 07th 2014

    A love of films and their ability to tell stories in powerful ways is what initially drew Jonathan Hayes to filmmaking. While the former Cobourg resident now lives in Toronto where he runs Berkeley Films Ltd., an independent film production company which produces both dramatic and documentary films, he has fond memories of his youth while living behind the Marie Dressler House and attending Cobourg District Collegiate Institute West.

  • After 6 decades, TV Guide Canada ends editorial content
    Friday July 04th 2014

    TV Guide Canada, which once vied with Readers Digest as the most widely circulated magazine in the country, has ended for good TV news writing and reporting. Editorial staff at the publication, which went digital-only several years ago, were told Wednesday by current owner Transcontinental that the news side of iconic television listings magazine is being shut down, effective immediately. The move affects about five staff, a person familiar with the matter said.

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Archives for: July 20145
  • India-Canada Co-Production Treaty Takes Effect
    Wednesday July 09th 2014

    A bilateral co-production treaty between India and Canada has come into effect. The pact allows films made using the treaty to be considered as local content in both jurisdictions. The two countries signed the long–awaited treaty in February this year. It has subsequently been ratified and entered into effect on July 1. The Indian government says it hopes that the treaty will encourage more Canadian films to use India as a location. Indian film-makers may now also apply for Canada’s generous subsidy and incentives schemes.

  • Director of indie Canadian film ‘Algonquin’ has Cobourg connections
    Monday July 07th 2014

    A love of films and their ability to tell stories in powerful ways is what initially drew Jonathan Hayes to filmmaking. While the former Cobourg resident now lives in Toronto where he runs Berkeley Films Ltd., an independent film production company which produces both dramatic and documentary films, he has fond memories of his youth while living behind the Marie Dressler House and attending Cobourg District Collegiate Institute West.

  • After 6 decades, TV Guide Canada ends editorial content
    Friday July 04th 2014

    TV Guide Canada, which once vied with Readers Digest as the most widely circulated magazine in the country, has ended for good TV news writing and reporting. Editorial staff at the publication, which went digital-only several years ago, were told Wednesday by current owner Transcontinental that the news side of iconic television listings magazine is being shut down, effective immediately. The move affects about five staff, a person familiar with the matter said.

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Archives for: July 20145
  • India-Canada Co-Production Treaty Takes Effect
    Wednesday July 09th 2014

    A bilateral co-production treaty between India and Canada has come into effect. The pact allows films made using the treaty to be considered as local content in both jurisdictions. The two countries signed the long–awaited treaty in February this year. It has subsequently been ratified and entered into effect on July 1. The Indian government says it hopes that the treaty will encourage more Canadian films to use India as a location. Indian film-makers may now also apply for Canada’s generous subsidy and incentives schemes.

  • Director of indie Canadian film ‘Algonquin’ has Cobourg connections
    Monday July 07th 2014

    A love of films and their ability to tell stories in powerful ways is what initially drew Jonathan Hayes to filmmaking. While the former Cobourg resident now lives in Toronto where he runs Berkeley Films Ltd., an independent film production company which produces both dramatic and documentary films, he has fond memories of his youth while living behind the Marie Dressler House and attending Cobourg District Collegiate Institute West.

  • After 6 decades, TV Guide Canada ends editorial content
    Friday July 04th 2014

    TV Guide Canada, which once vied with Readers Digest as the most widely circulated magazine in the country, has ended for good TV news writing and reporting. Editorial staff at the publication, which went digital-only several years ago, were told Wednesday by current owner Transcontinental that the news side of iconic television listings magazine is being shut down, effective immediately. The move affects about five staff, a person familiar with the matter said.

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