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Duo back to work with Dore

While working on The Jon Dore Television Show, Dave Derewlany says he and his directing partner Adam Brodie were excited to learn that the series has…

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Dinosaurs stomp through Sinking Ship

Mix Daniel Cook with Don Henderson of Alberta’s Royal Tyrrell Museum and you get Dan Henderson – the name of the lead character in Dino Dan, the new CG/live-action kids series from Toronto’s Sinking Ship Entertainment.

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CTV votes for Mayor sitcom

Dan for Mayor, a half-hour scripted comedy starring Corner Gas’ Fred Ewanuick, is ‘about a small – but not too small – town and a bartender who suddenly finds himself running for mayor,’ says creator and exec producer Kevin White.

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Dinosaurs stomping through Sinking Ship

Toronto prodco begins production on Dino Dan, a new CG/live-action kids series set to air in Canada, the U.S. and Australia in 2010

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Erica ‘built to compete’

In the works for about two years, CBC’s comedic drama Being Erica started out with a young girl who could go back in time, via her grandma’s paintings, to the 1920s, and morphed into a story about a woman who relives key moments from her own life through time-travelling sessions with a therapist.

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Latest Buzz goes live

Tween hit brings in a crowd and Emmy winner Brian Richards

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CTV votes for Mayor sitcom

Another day, another Corner Gas cast member lands a new job, as Fred Ewanuick and creator Kevin White ready pilot about politically minded bartender

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Being Erica ‘built to compete’

Temple Street bosses say time-traveling therapy series is designed to hold up against U.S. shows, drawing co-viewing men and women to CBC

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Juno winner fronts VisionTV drama

VisionTV is looking to bring in a new, younger audience with Mahalia, the first one-hour drama for the multi-faith, multicultural channel, now shooting in Nova Scotia.

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Revelations in Dinosaur Mummy doc

It took 77 million years and $1.3 million, so director Michael Jorgensen wanted to do something different with Discovery’s Secrets of the Dinosaur Mummy

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The Tournament reborn in Britain

U.K. producer says she was an easy sell on the format rights to the short-lived CBC mockumentary series

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Juno winner fronts VisionTV drama

Gangs and gospel music mix in Mahalia, a new drama from Halifax Films aimed at bringing younger viewers to VisionTV