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Proper Television’s Guy O’Sullivan dies

The founder and president of the Toronto factual prodco was 49 years old.

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CMF distributes $2M across 10 digital projects

N5 Pictures’ Petrol and LaRue Entertainment’s The Amazing Gayl Pile nabbed the maximum investment through the new fund for returning web series.

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Mr. D headed to season seven

Eleven new episodes of the comedy starring Gerry Dee will premiere this fall on CBC.

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Sonar Entertainment to acquire Tricon library

The L.A.-based producer-distributor will also acquire some of the Toronto company’s production assets, pending the Ontario Superior Court of Justice’s approval.

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Corus posts $102.7M in profits in Q2

The Toronto media company missed estimates, however, as its TV revenues came in below expectations and its sales, general and administrative expenses jumped.

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Workin’ Moms renewed for season two

Catherine Reitman, creator of the half-hour comedy, made the announcement following the first season finale.

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FXX cancels Man Seeking Woman

The Toronto-shot series starring Jay Baruchel will not go to a fourth season.

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Production revenues totaled $4.8B in 2015: report

The biennial Stats Canada study points to a fast-expanding industry, with production spend increasing 14.9% since 2013.

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CBC greenlights Shaftesbury’s Frankie Drake

The female-led period detective drama, created by Murdoch Mysteries scribes Carol Hay and Michelle Ricci, goes to camera this summer in Toronto.

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Wattpad Studios looks to up content-creation focus with key hires

Former CBC program head Abby Ho joins the Toronto company as it looks to push more projects into production.

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New studio to be unveiled in Langley, B.C.

The 128,000 square-foot Martini Film Studios will open its doors for business on May 1.

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Cartoon Network picks ups Mega Man

The 3D animated series, produced by DHX Media and Dentsu Entertainment, will begin production this summer in Vancouver.