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Captain Canuck sets fall debut for season two

The web series based on the classic character will return with its all-star voice cast in time for Halloween.

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Indie List 2014: Who spent what – and why

Are all your entertainment eggs in one basket? Playback‘s annual feature looks at how top-performing Canadian prodcos are hedging against risk.

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IPF invests nearly $2M across 14 web series

Projects in the final funding stage include Whiskaye Films’ White Ninja (pictured) and Vahana Films’ Dhaliwal ’15.

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Bell Fund distributes $3.8M across 29 projects

Digital media companions for Gaming Show (In My Parents’ Garage) (pictured) and The Adventures of Napkin Man were among those selected for financing in this latest round.

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Mosaic goes multi-platform for It’s Not My Fault

Production has begun on the feature, starring Alan Thicke and Quinton Aaron, which will bow as a web series before its theatrical run. (Mosaic’s Jesse Lipscombe pictured.)

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Nissan bites into branded Shark Week content

The automotive brand has returned as the lead sponsor of Discovery Canada’s most popular programming week of the year with a branded web series.

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HuffPost Live channel cleared by CRTC

The proposed channel would expand the HuffPo brand into the linear TV space.

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B.C. court dismisses Google appeal

A B.C. court case has upheld an injunction blocking Google from including search results of a company allegedly selling counterfeit products, a decision that may have implications for the screen industry.

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Highway Entertainment adds prodcos to first-look roster

Former CanWest Global exec Adam Ivers on the two new deals with Canadian production companies and the strategy behind them.

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Fandor licenses CFC shorts

A catalogue of Canadian Film Centre short films will be available to Fandor subscribers from July 1. (Filmmaker Jordan Canning pictured.)