The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has been hit by another round of government budget cuts. Federal Finance Minister Don Mazankowski presented a budget to the House of Commons in Ottawa Monday that…
Rock and jazz keyboard star Herbie Hancock will kick off the 14th edition of the Montreal Intl. Jazz Festival July 1, with organizers planning more than 300 concerts over 11 days.
Several major Canadian networks are poised to face off for a battle over hockey rights on TV, and it could well turn into quite a shoot-out over the course of the next year.
A national alliance of the major forces in Canadian TV has promised to come up with a voluntary code to control the level of violence shown on TV here.
The Just For Laughs comedy empire -- which includes the city's annual comedy festival of the same name -- unveiled its brand-new Intl. Museum of Humour Monday night, and, though the museum is set to…
The Just for Laughs comedy empire, which includes the city's annual comedy festival of the same name, unveiled its new Intl. Museum of Humour Monday night, and, though the museum is set to open its…
The big winner at this year's Prix Gemeaux--the annual French-language TV awards -- was a miniseries about a Quebec snowmobile inventor. "Bombardier," a bio of local entrepreneur Joseph-Armand…
Film and TV funder Telefilm Canada has been hit hard by sweeping budget cuts announced last week by federal finance minister Don Mazankowski. Agency faces up to a $ 15.6 million cut from its $ 134.55…
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