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  • Sundance Now comes to Canada, enters the Netflix, Amazon race
    Tuesday March 28th 2017

    As if you didn’t already have a plethora of television and streaming networks to choose from, AMC Network’s Sundance Now, a U.S.-based streaming service that features documentary, art-house and independent selections, is now available in Canada. This makes the American network’s first international move since launching in 2014, bringing it[…]

  • Creative Corner offers career fair for film industry hopefuls in northern B.C.
    Monday March 27th 2017

    Film Industry hopefuls in northern B.C. have new opportunities on the horizon as Northern FanCon brings in a new feature called Creative Corner. The Creative Corner will be set up as a career fair for those interested in getting involved in the province’s creative sector, including workshops and Q&A sessions[…]

  • Hard Powder moves film shoot from Alberta to B.C. after controversy over First Nations issues
    Saturday March 25th 2017

    Alberta’s film industry loss is British Columbia’s gain—but not without controversy. Parks Canada is not allowing revenge thriller Hard Powder to shoot scenes in Rocky Mountain national parks in Alberta. The film stars Liam Neeson as a snowplow driver at a Colorado ski resort who seeks to avenge the murder[…]

  • Subway sues CBC for $210 million over chicken claim
    Wednesday March 22nd 2017

    Subway is taking claims that its chicken breast is only half chicken to court. The Milford, Conn.-based sandwich chain said it is suing the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation over a February report claiming that tests showed its chicken breast was made up of 50-percent soy products. Subway confirmed the lawsuit in[…]

  • Alberta film industry needs better funding model, says union president
    Wednesday March 22nd 2017

    Some members of Alberta’s film and television industry say the province needs to reform its funding model. They’re upset the province plans to give $34 million to the Alberta Media Fund this year — marking a $3 million drop from last year. The fund provides production grants as incentives for[…]

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Archives for: March 20175
  • Sundance Now comes to Canada, enters the Netflix, Amazon race
    Tuesday March 28th 2017

    As if you didn’t already have a plethora of television and streaming networks to choose from, AMC Network’s Sundance Now, a U.S.-based streaming service that features documentary, art-house and independent selections, is now available in Canada. This makes the American network’s first international move since launching in 2014, bringing it[…]

  • Creative Corner offers career fair for film industry hopefuls in northern B.C.
    Monday March 27th 2017

    Film Industry hopefuls in northern B.C. have new opportunities on the horizon as Northern FanCon brings in a new feature called Creative Corner. The Creative Corner will be set up as a career fair for those interested in getting involved in the province’s creative sector, including workshops and Q&A sessions[…]

  • Hard Powder moves film shoot from Alberta to B.C. after controversy over First Nations issues
    Saturday March 25th 2017

    Alberta’s film industry loss is British Columbia’s gain—but not without controversy. Parks Canada is not allowing revenge thriller Hard Powder to shoot scenes in Rocky Mountain national parks in Alberta. The film stars Liam Neeson as a snowplow driver at a Colorado ski resort who seeks to avenge the murder[…]

  • Subway sues CBC for $210 million over chicken claim
    Wednesday March 22nd 2017

    Subway is taking claims that its chicken breast is only half chicken to court. The Milford, Conn.-based sandwich chain said it is suing the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation over a February report claiming that tests showed its chicken breast was made up of 50-percent soy products. Subway confirmed the lawsuit in[…]

  • Alberta film industry needs better funding model, says union president
    Wednesday March 22nd 2017

    Some members of Alberta’s film and television industry say the province needs to reform its funding model. They’re upset the province plans to give $34 million to the Alberta Media Fund this year — marking a $3 million drop from last year. The fund provides production grants as incentives for[…]

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Archives for: March 20175
  • Sundance Now comes to Canada, enters the Netflix, Amazon race
    Tuesday March 28th 2017

    As if you didn’t already have a plethora of television and streaming networks to choose from, AMC Network’s Sundance Now, a U.S.-based streaming service that features documentary, art-house and independent selections, is now available in Canada. This makes the American network’s first international move since launching in 2014, bringing it[…]

  • Creative Corner offers career fair for film industry hopefuls in northern B.C.
    Monday March 27th 2017

    Film Industry hopefuls in northern B.C. have new opportunities on the horizon as Northern FanCon brings in a new feature called Creative Corner. The Creative Corner will be set up as a career fair for those interested in getting involved in the province’s creative sector, including workshops and Q&A sessions[…]

  • Hard Powder moves film shoot from Alberta to B.C. after controversy over First Nations issues
    Saturday March 25th 2017

    Alberta’s film industry loss is British Columbia’s gain—but not without controversy. Parks Canada is not allowing revenge thriller Hard Powder to shoot scenes in Rocky Mountain national parks in Alberta. The film stars Liam Neeson as a snowplow driver at a Colorado ski resort who seeks to avenge the murder[…]

  • Subway sues CBC for $210 million over chicken claim
    Wednesday March 22nd 2017

    Subway is taking claims that its chicken breast is only half chicken to court. The Milford, Conn.-based sandwich chain said it is suing the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation over a February report claiming that tests showed its chicken breast was made up of 50-percent soy products. Subway confirmed the lawsuit in[…]

  • Alberta film industry needs better funding model, says union president
    Wednesday March 22nd 2017

    Some members of Alberta’s film and television industry say the province needs to reform its funding model. They’re upset the province plans to give $34 million to the Alberta Media Fund this year — marking a $3 million drop from last year. The fund provides production grants as incentives for[…]

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