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ACCT names Golden Screen film winner, TV finalists

Snowtime! (pictured) is the winner of the Golden Screen Award for Feature Film, while the winners of the two TV-focused Golden Screen Awards will be revealed on March 13.

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The top-rated Canadian TV of 2015

The top three Canadian series from CBC, Bell Media, Shaw Media, Rogers Media and Corus in 2015. (Important correction for Between ratings.)

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Rookie Blue signs off after six seasons

The ICF Films and eOne cop drama is coming to an end after 74 episodes.

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Rookie Blue season finale dips against spring high

The pre-long-weekend sixth-season finale didn’t reach the lofty heights of its spring debut, but stayed above a million on overnights.

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Deals: DHX, eOne, Peace Point Rights, Club Illico

Deals of the week include Peace Point Rights’ sale of over 100 hours of scripted, culinary and documentary properties into various territories. (Anna Olson pictured.)

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Rookie Blue heads to the U.K.

The first two seasons of the police drama have been acquired by British broadcaster Channel 5.

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Rookie Blue shifts from Thursday

The procedural from ICF Films and eOne is currently pulling in an average weekly audience of 1.5 million on Global.

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L.A.’s Golden Maple Awards announces nominees

The awards recognize Canadian talent in TV series broadcast in the U.S. between July 1, 2014 and July 1, 2015.

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Toronto production reached record $1.23B in 2014: report

The key driver was domestic TV series on-location shooting, while Toronto also saw a big jump in commercial production. (Toronto-shot Rookie Blue pictured.)

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John Morayniss renews long-term deal at eOne Television

The Los Angeles-based exec will lead the indie studio’s TV arm through 2018.

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Jason Priestley to receive ACTRA Award of Excellence

The actor-turned-director will receive the tribute in Los Angeles on Jan. 31.

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IFC Midnight takes U.S. rights for Backcountry

Adam MacDonald’s debut feature, which stars Missy Peregrym, debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival.