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  • Ontario-based Room writer Emma Donoghue tackling new film projects
    Monday March 21st 2016

    The film world hasn’t seen the last of Room writer Emma Donoghue – not by a long shot. The Ontario-based author, who got an Oscar nomination and a slew of other honours for adapting her hit novel Room for the big screen, has already drafted a screenplay from her 2014[…]

  • The Book of Negroes wins 11 Canadian Screen Awards
    Monday March 21st 2016

    The Book of Negroes took home eleven trophies at the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards, including best limited series and best direction in a dramatic program or limited series for Clement Virgo. The six-part miniseries based on the novel by Canadian author Lawrence Hill, follows Aminata Diallo’s (Aunjanue Ellis) extraordinary life.[…]

  • CRTC set to give CCTS expanded mandate to cover TV provider complaints
    Monday March 21st 2016

    Canada’s broadcast and telecom regulator is set to give another watchdog the authority to handle complaints about Canada’s TV service providers. Industry observers say the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) will include television services in a new, expanded mandate for the country’s telecom complaints watchdog to be announced Thursday.[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival and Telefilm Canada to Tour ‘See the North’ Film Series in U.S.
    Friday March 18th 2016

    The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has teamed up with Telefilm Canada to present a six-movie series of Canadian films, “See the North,” on a U.S. tour. Intended to represent the country’s best talent, the series’ curated selection of films, which include “Into the Forest” (starring Ellen Page and Evan[…]

  • Dan St. Amour to Retire From Whites After Nearly 23 Years of Consecutive Loyal Service
    Thursday March 17th 2016

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites), has announced that Dan St. Amour will be retiring after nearly 23 years of consecutive loyal service to the company. “On behalf of everyone here at Whites, I want to express my appreciation for[…]

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Archives for: March 20165
  • Ontario-based Room writer Emma Donoghue tackling new film projects
    Monday March 21st 2016

    The film world hasn’t seen the last of Room writer Emma Donoghue – not by a long shot. The Ontario-based author, who got an Oscar nomination and a slew of other honours for adapting her hit novel Room for the big screen, has already drafted a screenplay from her 2014[…]

  • The Book of Negroes wins 11 Canadian Screen Awards
    Monday March 21st 2016

    The Book of Negroes took home eleven trophies at the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards, including best limited series and best direction in a dramatic program or limited series for Clement Virgo. The six-part miniseries based on the novel by Canadian author Lawrence Hill, follows Aminata Diallo’s (Aunjanue Ellis) extraordinary life.[…]

  • CRTC set to give CCTS expanded mandate to cover TV provider complaints
    Monday March 21st 2016

    Canada’s broadcast and telecom regulator is set to give another watchdog the authority to handle complaints about Canada’s TV service providers. Industry observers say the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) will include television services in a new, expanded mandate for the country’s telecom complaints watchdog to be announced Thursday.[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival and Telefilm Canada to Tour ‘See the North’ Film Series in U.S.
    Friday March 18th 2016

    The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has teamed up with Telefilm Canada to present a six-movie series of Canadian films, “See the North,” on a U.S. tour. Intended to represent the country’s best talent, the series’ curated selection of films, which include “Into the Forest” (starring Ellen Page and Evan[…]

  • Dan St. Amour to Retire From Whites After Nearly 23 Years of Consecutive Loyal Service
    Thursday March 17th 2016

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites), has announced that Dan St. Amour will be retiring after nearly 23 years of consecutive loyal service to the company. “On behalf of everyone here at Whites, I want to express my appreciation for[…]

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Archives for: March 20165
  • Ontario-based Room writer Emma Donoghue tackling new film projects
    Monday March 21st 2016

    The film world hasn’t seen the last of Room writer Emma Donoghue – not by a long shot. The Ontario-based author, who got an Oscar nomination and a slew of other honours for adapting her hit novel Room for the big screen, has already drafted a screenplay from her 2014[…]

  • The Book of Negroes wins 11 Canadian Screen Awards
    Monday March 21st 2016

    The Book of Negroes took home eleven trophies at the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards, including best limited series and best direction in a dramatic program or limited series for Clement Virgo. The six-part miniseries based on the novel by Canadian author Lawrence Hill, follows Aminata Diallo’s (Aunjanue Ellis) extraordinary life.[…]

  • CRTC set to give CCTS expanded mandate to cover TV provider complaints
    Monday March 21st 2016

    Canada’s broadcast and telecom regulator is set to give another watchdog the authority to handle complaints about Canada’s TV service providers. Industry observers say the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) will include television services in a new, expanded mandate for the country’s telecom complaints watchdog to be announced Thursday.[…]

  • Toronto Film Festival and Telefilm Canada to Tour ‘See the North’ Film Series in U.S.
    Friday March 18th 2016

    The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has teamed up with Telefilm Canada to present a six-movie series of Canadian films, “See the North,” on a U.S. tour. Intended to represent the country’s best talent, the series’ curated selection of films, which include “Into the Forest” (starring Ellen Page and Evan[…]

  • Dan St. Amour to Retire From Whites After Nearly 23 Years of Consecutive Loyal Service
    Thursday March 17th 2016

    Paul Bronfman, Chairman/CEO of Comweb Corp. and leading equipment provider, William F. White International Inc. (Whites), has announced that Dan St. Amour will be retiring after nearly 23 years of consecutive loyal service to the company. “On behalf of everyone here at Whites, I want to express my appreciation for[…]

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