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BC Lions, City of Kamloops in talks as training camp contract comes to an end

BC Lions, City of Kamloops in talks as training camp contract comes to an end

Current contract expires in May, economic impact a key factor
Black Press closes sale of company; emerges from creditor protection

Black Press closes sale of company; emerges from creditor protection

SURREY, B.C. — Black Press Ltd., the owner of dozens of community newspapers across Western Canada, says it has emerged from creditor protection following the restructuring and sale of the company. The Surrey, B.C.
New film commissioner brings ‘vast experience’ to the role

New film commissioner brings ‘vast experience’ to the role

Peter Hayman has 25 years of experience in the film, television and music industries, which will serve him well as he navigates a rapidly-changing world of media and entertainment.
'A bad practice': Liberal MP blocks B.C. journalist on social media

'A bad practice': Liberal MP blocks B.C. journalist on social media

Liberal member of Parliament Parm Bains has blocked a journalist on X; it's a 'bad practice,' says one legal expert.
Toronto the latest 2026 World Cup host to disclose its FIFA contracts

Toronto the latest 2026 World Cup host to disclose its FIFA contracts

Canadian Taxpayers Federation: "Any kind of redaction with these documents, with agreements to spend taxpayer money, that’s a problem."
Secrecy surrounds Vancouver 2026 World Cup security plans

Secrecy surrounds Vancouver 2026 World Cup security plans

From 2010 to 2026: Has Vancouver learned its lessons in time for World Cup security?
New film champions work of Vancouver celebrity chronicler Malcolm Parry

New film champions work of Vancouver celebrity chronicler Malcolm Parry

‘The Society Page’ has its broadcast premier on the Knowledge Network March 17, documenting the career of the charismatic photographer, columnist and magazine founder
'It's a challenging moment': Vancouver Fringe Festival reduces programming, launches fundraising campaign

'It's a challenging moment': Vancouver Fringe Festival reduces programming, launches fundraising campaign

"I don't know what the 2025 festival would look like without the fundraising"
Canada's independent cinema chains are 'in crisis,' need more funding: study

Canada's independent cinema chains are 'in crisis,' need more funding: study

TORONTO — A new study from Canada's independent cinema owners says their industry is "in crisis" and many theatres need increased public funding to stay afloat.
B.C. filmmaker goes vertical for mobile audiences

B.C. filmmaker goes vertical for mobile audiences

Richmond-based studio is exploring commercial content opportunities in the era of short-form video