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  • Sudbury film industry jobs continue to be plentiful
    Tuesday February 17th 2015

    Sudbury’s film industry is in the midst of another busy year. Six productions will be shot in the Nickel City by the spring — and that means lots of work for those who are choosing to make a career in the north. Christine Rochon was ready to say goodbye to Sudbury and head to Toronto last year. But after considering how much she could grow in the northern film industry, she decided to stay.

  • Paul Gross receives Order of Canada, reflects on career
    Monday February 16th 2015

    Paul Gross was in New York City when he was told he was to be appointed to the Order of Canada. His memory of it is a bit fuzzy and he admits he isn’t 100 per cent sure why he was in the Big Apple when he took the call. It may have been during the short Broadway run of Noel Coward’s Private Lives that he did with Kim Cattrall in 2011, or he may have simply been in meetings for other projects. But whatever he was doing, it was dominating his thoughts sufficiently enough that he completely misunderstood the purpose of the call.

  • HBO Canada Celebrates Canadian Screen Week with Original New Special
    Friday February 13th 2015

    HBO Canada marks Canadian Screen Week with WOMEN WHO ACT WITH PATRICIA ROZEMA, a new documentary that celebrates Canadian film and television talent. Written and directed by Barry Avrich (The Last Mogul), the special is hosted by celebrated Canadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema (Mansfield Park) as she sits down with four[…]

  • Sun News Network to shut down: sources
    Friday February 13th 2015

    Sun News Network is about to sign off, permanently. CBC News has learned that the cable news television channel will shut down early Friday. The network began broadcasting in April 2011, launching a right-of-centre programming schedule, but it has had a constant challenge attracting viewers. Its supporters blamed the CRTC[…]

  • CraveTV, Shomi restrict Canadian access to streamed TV shows, complaint says
    Friday February 13th 2015

    Should you have to subscribe to cable TV to stream Big Bang Theory on your tablet? Or choose a particular internet provider in order to watch Parks and Recreation? A pair of consumer groups say no. The Public Interest Advocacy Centre and the Consumers’ Association of Canada have made two complaints to Canada’s broadcast regulator, the CRTC, about Bell’s CraveTV and Rogers and Shaw’s Shomi streaming services.

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Archives for: February 20155
  • Sudbury film industry jobs continue to be plentiful
    Tuesday February 17th 2015

    Sudbury’s film industry is in the midst of another busy year. Six productions will be shot in the Nickel City by the spring — and that means lots of work for those who are choosing to make a career in the north. Christine Rochon was ready to say goodbye to Sudbury and head to Toronto last year. But after considering how much she could grow in the northern film industry, she decided to stay.

  • Paul Gross receives Order of Canada, reflects on career
    Monday February 16th 2015

    Paul Gross was in New York City when he was told he was to be appointed to the Order of Canada. His memory of it is a bit fuzzy and he admits he isn’t 100 per cent sure why he was in the Big Apple when he took the call. It may have been during the short Broadway run of Noel Coward’s Private Lives that he did with Kim Cattrall in 2011, or he may have simply been in meetings for other projects. But whatever he was doing, it was dominating his thoughts sufficiently enough that he completely misunderstood the purpose of the call.

  • HBO Canada Celebrates Canadian Screen Week with Original New Special
    Friday February 13th 2015

    HBO Canada marks Canadian Screen Week with WOMEN WHO ACT WITH PATRICIA ROZEMA, a new documentary that celebrates Canadian film and television talent. Written and directed by Barry Avrich (The Last Mogul), the special is hosted by celebrated Canadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema (Mansfield Park) as she sits down with four[…]

  • Sun News Network to shut down: sources
    Friday February 13th 2015

    Sun News Network is about to sign off, permanently. CBC News has learned that the cable news television channel will shut down early Friday. The network began broadcasting in April 2011, launching a right-of-centre programming schedule, but it has had a constant challenge attracting viewers. Its supporters blamed the CRTC[…]

  • CraveTV, Shomi restrict Canadian access to streamed TV shows, complaint says
    Friday February 13th 2015

    Should you have to subscribe to cable TV to stream Big Bang Theory on your tablet? Or choose a particular internet provider in order to watch Parks and Recreation? A pair of consumer groups say no. The Public Interest Advocacy Centre and the Consumers’ Association of Canada have made two complaints to Canada’s broadcast regulator, the CRTC, about Bell’s CraveTV and Rogers and Shaw’s Shomi streaming services.

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Archives for: February 20155
  • Sudbury film industry jobs continue to be plentiful
    Tuesday February 17th 2015

    Sudbury’s film industry is in the midst of another busy year. Six productions will be shot in the Nickel City by the spring — and that means lots of work for those who are choosing to make a career in the north. Christine Rochon was ready to say goodbye to Sudbury and head to Toronto last year. But after considering how much she could grow in the northern film industry, she decided to stay.

  • Paul Gross receives Order of Canada, reflects on career
    Monday February 16th 2015

    Paul Gross was in New York City when he was told he was to be appointed to the Order of Canada. His memory of it is a bit fuzzy and he admits he isn’t 100 per cent sure why he was in the Big Apple when he took the call. It may have been during the short Broadway run of Noel Coward’s Private Lives that he did with Kim Cattrall in 2011, or he may have simply been in meetings for other projects. But whatever he was doing, it was dominating his thoughts sufficiently enough that he completely misunderstood the purpose of the call.

  • HBO Canada Celebrates Canadian Screen Week with Original New Special
    Friday February 13th 2015

    HBO Canada marks Canadian Screen Week with WOMEN WHO ACT WITH PATRICIA ROZEMA, a new documentary that celebrates Canadian film and television talent. Written and directed by Barry Avrich (The Last Mogul), the special is hosted by celebrated Canadian filmmaker Patricia Rozema (Mansfield Park) as she sits down with four[…]

  • Sun News Network to shut down: sources
    Friday February 13th 2015

    Sun News Network is about to sign off, permanently. CBC News has learned that the cable news television channel will shut down early Friday. The network began broadcasting in April 2011, launching a right-of-centre programming schedule, but it has had a constant challenge attracting viewers. Its supporters blamed the CRTC[…]

  • CraveTV, Shomi restrict Canadian access to streamed TV shows, complaint says
    Friday February 13th 2015

    Should you have to subscribe to cable TV to stream Big Bang Theory on your tablet? Or choose a particular internet provider in order to watch Parks and Recreation? A pair of consumer groups say no. The Public Interest Advocacy Centre and the Consumers’ Association of Canada have made two complaints to Canada’s broadcast regulator, the CRTC, about Bell’s CraveTV and Rogers and Shaw’s Shomi streaming services.

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