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  • 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[…]

  • Television cord cutting hits record level in 2016 for Canada’s big providers: report
    Tuesday March 21st 2017

    A record numbers of customers cancelled their television subscriptions to Canada’s publicly traded TV providers last year, according to data from an Ottawa-based research firm. Approximately 202,000 TV subscribers cut their cable and satellite packages from seven of the largest providers in 2016, Boon Dog Professional Services reported this week.[…]

  • Netflix Unveils 2017 Recommended Smart TVs With ‘Instant On’ Features
    Tuesday March 21st 2017

    Netflix’s streaming service is available on hundreds of devices. But the company is again highlighting an elite group of connected-TV partners that have integrated features going above and beyond — to make watching Netflix faster, simpler and more convenient. The initial wave of 2017 Netflix-recommended TVs comes from three partners:[…]

  • Canadian Film Fest opens for patriotic moviegoers
    Monday March 20th 2017

    What with the Canada’s Top Ten series in January, last weekend’s Canadian Screen Awards, the ongoing slate of Canada on Screen events for the nation’s sesquicentennial, Bruce McDonald’s latest out this weekend and National Canadian Film Day coming up in April, moviegoers really have no excuse if they’re maintaining their[…]

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  • 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[…]

  • Television cord cutting hits record level in 2016 for Canada’s big providers: report
    Tuesday March 21st 2017

    A record numbers of customers cancelled their television subscriptions to Canada’s publicly traded TV providers last year, according to data from an Ottawa-based research firm. Approximately 202,000 TV subscribers cut their cable and satellite packages from seven of the largest providers in 2016, Boon Dog Professional Services reported this week.[…]

  • Netflix Unveils 2017 Recommended Smart TVs With ‘Instant On’ Features
    Tuesday March 21st 2017

    Netflix’s streaming service is available on hundreds of devices. But the company is again highlighting an elite group of connected-TV partners that have integrated features going above and beyond — to make watching Netflix faster, simpler and more convenient. The initial wave of 2017 Netflix-recommended TVs comes from three partners:[…]

  • Canadian Film Fest opens for patriotic moviegoers
    Monday March 20th 2017

    What with the Canada’s Top Ten series in January, last weekend’s Canadian Screen Awards, the ongoing slate of Canada on Screen events for the nation’s sesquicentennial, Bruce McDonald’s latest out this weekend and National Canadian Film Day coming up in April, moviegoers really have no excuse if they’re maintaining their[…]

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  • 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[…]

  • Television cord cutting hits record level in 2016 for Canada’s big providers: report
    Tuesday March 21st 2017

    A record numbers of customers cancelled their television subscriptions to Canada’s publicly traded TV providers last year, according to data from an Ottawa-based research firm. Approximately 202,000 TV subscribers cut their cable and satellite packages from seven of the largest providers in 2016, Boon Dog Professional Services reported this week.[…]

  • Netflix Unveils 2017 Recommended Smart TVs With ‘Instant On’ Features
    Tuesday March 21st 2017

    Netflix’s streaming service is available on hundreds of devices. But the company is again highlighting an elite group of connected-TV partners that have integrated features going above and beyond — to make watching Netflix faster, simpler and more convenient. The initial wave of 2017 Netflix-recommended TVs comes from three partners:[…]

  • Canadian Film Fest opens for patriotic moviegoers
    Monday March 20th 2017

    What with the Canada’s Top Ten series in January, last weekend’s Canadian Screen Awards, the ongoing slate of Canada on Screen events for the nation’s sesquicentennial, Bruce McDonald’s latest out this weekend and National Canadian Film Day coming up in April, moviegoers really have no excuse if they’re maintaining their[…]

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