The Captive opens in Canada to a $600K week across 132 theatres; The F Word tops $1M at number two in week three.
Amazing Race Canada is number one for the first week of September with 2.86 million viewers.
Corus took a largely anti-regulatory stance on Wednesday, arguing the broadcast system is working fine as-is. (Corus CEO and president John Cassaday pictured.)
Stuart Garvie, CCO at GroupM Canada (pictured), focused on the negative impact of removing simultaneous substitution from the Canadian market.
The Amazing Race Canada is the top TV show yet again this week, with the Emmy Awards broadcast coming in at #2.
Quebecor CEO Pierre Dion (pictured) argued for a less-regulated Canadian broadcast system that can more nimbly compete with new foreign players.
The F Word is the top Canadian film at the box office for the second week in a row, with 1987 coming in at #2.
Guardians of the Galaxy continues to top the box office, with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles taking the #2 spot.
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