Creative BC has received $1.2 million in new funding from the federal government aimed at boosting international awareness of the province’s creative industries and attracting foreign investment.
The former host of CBC News Montreal will start heading up CBC News Vancouver broadcasts.
The Vancouver-based singer-songwriter is a huge star in Asia, but in Canada and the U.S., she's still relatively unknown.
The B.C.-raised actor best known for her role on Sex and the City returns to TV as Davina Jackson, a woman in her 50s suffering a mid-life crisis.
There’s a lot of A.I., Blade Runner, The Omen, Fringe, and even 2001 woven into the new CBS series.
Friends spokesperson Ian Morrison has urged CBC president and CEO Hubert Lacroix to resign in protest.
He was known for his intelligence, graciousness, and his trademark spectacles while delivering the news.
Penny Dreadful is a sight to behold. It’s also a bit of a hot mess.
How do you make climate science dramatic enough to captivate a Showtime audience?
It's also another reminder that Cable TV is the new movies.