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B.C. film sector bracing for Hollywood writers’ strike

B.C. film sector bracing for Hollywood writers’ strike

City’s selling points ready it for rebound when production demand resumes
B.C. film and television industry feeling the effects of The CW Network’s production pullback

B.C. film and television industry feeling the effects of The CW Network’s production pullback

The industry faces a reset as its biggest production player withdraws from the market
Players mystified by sudden end of SFU’s football program after 57 years

Players mystified by sudden end of SFU’s football program after 57 years

The decision comes less than two years after the opening of the $20 million SFU Stadium at Terry Fox Field
Vancouver Canadians baseball team getting new owners

Vancouver Canadians baseball team getting new owners

Soon-to-be-former owner Jake Kerr will stay on as the club's chairman
Sing Tao Media Group Canada appoints new CEO and leadership team

Sing Tao Media Group Canada appoints new CEO and leadership team

New CEO Anson Wong said the media company will focus on digital products and local news
IOC still talking with Canadian Olympic Committee about another Winter Olympics

IOC still talking with Canadian Olympic Committee about another Winter Olympics

The International Olympic Committee postponed deciding on a 2030 host for a second time in December
Canadian Soccer Association’s top executive testifies to House of Commons committee

Canadian Soccer Association’s top executive testifies to House of Commons committee

Pay dispute and proposed spending cuts prompted players to threaten a strike before the February SheBelieves Cup tournament in the U.S. 
'Burn in hell': B.C. actor, singer acted 'abusively' in claim against talent agency

'Burn in hell': B.C. actor, singer acted 'abusively' in claim against talent agency

Tribunal member found Ritchie called  Saba Mohseni’s words to agency manager “intimidating, abusive, and unnecessary.”
Manitoba aims to lift ban on ticket resales, promises better rules

Manitoba aims to lift ban on ticket resales, promises better rules

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government introduced a bill Monday that would end a long-standing but hard to enforce ban on reselling tickets to sports and entertainment events at higher prices.
Google says it will stop blocking Canadian news links next week

Google says it will stop blocking Canadian news links next week

OTTAWA — Google says it will end its block on news links next week following a five-week test that limited access to news for some Canadian users.