By Ahmad Hathout TORONTO – The executive committee of the City of Toronto has recommended for consideration this week that city council nix two recommendations related to the city’s role... Continue Reading
MONTREAL — Bell Media’s Canal Vie announced today a new renovation-decoration magazine show, Ma première maison (My First House), which follows Quebec singer and actress Mélissa Bédard (above, right) and... Continue Reading
TORONTO — The Canadian Media Producers Association (CMPA) today announced the appointment of Alain Strati (above) as senior vice-president of industry, policy and general counsel. In this role, Strati will... Continue Reading
CHATHAM – A TekSavvy request to have CRTC chair Ian Scott investigated for alleged wrongdoing has been referred to the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner (CIEC) by the Office... Continue Reading
MONTREAL – Bell announced today its first quarter 2022 financial results, which highlight the company’s pandemic recovery and an increase in net earnings of over 30% to $934 million, compared... Continue Reading
OTTAWA — The federal government announced yesterday it is providing more than $5.3 million in funding through its Universal Broadband Fund’s (UBF) rapid response stream for eight projects to bring... Continue Reading
MONTREAL — Bell Let’s Talk today announced $500,000 in new grants from the Bell Let’s Talk Diversity Fund to support six organizations working to improve access to mental health care... Continue Reading
MONTREAL — Bell Media announced today a new original documentary series exploring the unique journey of trans people going through the surgical process of gender affirmation, Un nouveau jour (A... Continue Reading
By Peter Menzies
THIRTY-SIX YEARS AGO last week, the Calgary Flames scored one of their most famous triumphs – a 3-2 Game 7 playoff victory over the defending Stanley Cup champion Edmonton Oilers.
Back then I was sports editor of the Calgary Sun and that playoff run to the finals (Calgary lost to Montreal in 5) dominated my days. But by night I was secretly just as excited that by June I’d be in Mexico covering Canada’s debut at World Cup ’86.
In Canada, being a proper football fan has been a pretty lonely, often mocked, existence. Sports departments considered soccer merely…
OTTAWA – Bell and Telus fired back at Rogers over the telecom’s claim the cross-band spectrum caps proposed by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) for the upcoming 3800... Continue Reading